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MAN Energy Solutions Cements Iraqi Deals

MAN Energy Solutions has successfully commissioned six MAN 18V32/40 engines in a cement factory in Samawa, Iraq, and delivered five more engines of the same type to a freshwater-treatment plant in Basra. “The country’s infrastructure has suffered greatly from armed conflict in the past and the re-electrification of Iraq is pivotal for further growth and […]

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Negotiations Ongoing for Samawah Clinker Plant

By John Lee. Pakista-based Lucky Cement has said it is currently in negotiation with its suppliers to finalize plant and machinery at its greenfield clinker production facility in Samawah. In its Annual Financial Report, the company said it plans to achieve financial close and commercial production is third quarter of calendar year 2018 and last […]

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Lucky Cement to Invest $109m in Samawah

By John Lee. Pakistan’s Lucky Cement has announced a plan to build a greenfield clinker production facility in Samawah. The plant will have a capacity of 1.2 million tons per annum, and will be set up as a joint venture project with the company’s existing local partner. The company already has a cement grinding unit […]

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MAN supplies Engines to Iraq

Germany’s MAN Diesel & Turbo has delivered six MAN 18V32/40 engines, including gensets and mechanical equipment, to its customer CGGC-UN Power Co Ltd. (China Gezhouba Group Cooperation) in Samawah, Iraq. CGGC is taking on the role of EPC contractor (engineering, procurement, construction) in the building of a 50 MW captive power plant for a cement […]

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Iraq Invites Investment in new Refineries, Storage Tanks

By John Lee. Iraq’s new oil minister, Jabbar al-Luaibi, has invited international oil companies to invest in four new oil refineries across the country: Kirkuk: 150,000 bpd; Kut: 100,000 bpd; Samawa: 70,000 bpd; and, Basra: 100-150,000 bpd. Contracts will be considered on both BOT (Build–Operate–Transfer) and BOO (Build–Own–Operate) bases. The Minister made the announcement during […]

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Japan Lends Funding for Water Treatment

By Simon Kent. Japan will extend a loan worth “billions” of Yen to construct a water treatment facility in Samawah, southern Iraq. According to the Japan Today, the southern city of 300,000 people currently lacks adequate treatment facilities. Between 2003-04 a contingent of Japanese troops were stationed in the city, and the new loan represents […]

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Attacking the Oil Sector

Radical Islamists may be attacking the Iraqi energy sector in an attempt to push up the already high price of oil. The past week saw attacks on three oil tankers and a refinery in the central provinces. Militants attacked Iraq’s largest refinery, located in Bayji in Salah ad-Din province on 26 February. Gunmen entered the […]

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Weekly Security Update for 16th February 2011

Overview Levels of violence have been rising in Iraq over the past four weeks. The increase has been gradual, but consistent and last week saw more than 40 attacks reported countrywide for the first time since mid-December. Recent days have seen a particularly concerning rise in militant activity and social tensions in the northern city […]

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