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Siemens to Boost Power Output at Al-Sadder

In line with Iraq’s goal to improve the efficiency and availability of the country’s power plants, Siemens will provide inspection and upgrade services for two power generation units at Al-Sadder Power Plant. Located in Baghdad, the 600-megawatts (MW) facility is one of the country’s major power plants that currently supplies approximately 600,000 homes with power. […]

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Siemens to Upgrade Shatt Al Basra Power Plant

Germany’s Siemens will upgrade one of the country’s largest gas-fired power plants. Under a new contract, Siemens will add 650 megawatts (MW) to Shatt Al Basra Gas Power Plant, which currently has a power generation capacity of 1,250 MW and consists of non-Siemens turbines operating in simple-cycle mode. Siemens will supply five of its highly-efficient […]

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Siemens to add 700 MW to Rumaila Power Plant

Germany’s Siemens has won a contract to add 700 megawatts (MW) to the Rumaila Gas Power Plant, which currently has a power generation capacity of 1500 MW. Siemens will supply its highly-efficient SST-5000 steam turbines, ensuring the additional power supply comes at no extra fuel requirement while increasing the overall power plant efficiency to more […]

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Opportunity for UAE Business: Key Iraqi Ministers come to Conference

Rebuilding Iraq is central to the agenda of the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) autumn conference at The Address, Dubai Marina on 12th November. The opportunity for businesses in the region to engage in Iraq is reflected by the attendance of a number of high profile Iraqi Ministers: from Electricity, Transport, Oil, Construction and Housing, […]

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Siemens wins Service Agreement to operate Power Plant

Germany’s Siemens has expanded an existing service agreement with KAR Group in Iraq to provide comprehensive operations and maintenance (O&M) for two newly added SSC5-2000E power plant units at the Khormala plant in the Kurdistan region. The 930-megawatt (MW) natural gas-fired power plant meets nearly 30 percent of the power demand targeted by the Kurdistan […]

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IBBC Welcomes Five New Members

The end of 2016 saw several new members join the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC), each of which are underpinned by strong reputations for innovation, reliability and a commitment to investing in Iraq. GE, Khudairi Group, Pell Frischmann, Petronas and Siemens join 51 other world- and region-leading companies that form IBBC’s Council of Members. “IBBC […]

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IBBC Celebrates Successful Inaugural Conference in Dubai

More than 180 expert speakers and delegates from the UK, Iraq, UAE and abroad gathered in Dubai at The Address Dubai Marina on Sunday 18 December for the Iraq Britain Business Council’s (IBBC) Autumn Conference. Usually held in London, the well-attended conference marked the first time the IBBC has held an event in the UAE, […]

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Siemens appoints New Team in Iraq

Siemens has appointed Musab Alkateeb (53) as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company’s operations in Iraq, effective January 1, 2017. Alkateeb will take over from Nael Ghali, and has more than 15 years’ experience working across various sectors in Iraq including oil and gas, finance, business development, IT and trade. Thomas Schmidt (37) takes […]

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Siemens wins Electricity Order

By John Lee. The Ministry of Electricity has reportedly signed a contract with the German company Siemens for the provision of that includes processing equipment, civil works and the rehabilitation of four 132 kV substations in Baghdad. Shafaaq News reports that the contract includes processing equipment and the execution of civil works for the four […]

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Court Rejects ‘Oil-for-Food’ Lawsuit

By John Lee. The US Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by Iraq to revive a lawsuit against companies for allegedly conspiring with Saddam Hussein’s government to subvert the United Nations oil-for-food program. According to the Reuters report, more than 80 companies and other entities were named as defendants in the 2008 lawsuit over the […]

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Korean Firm wins $146m Contract at Bismaya

By John Lee. South Korea’s LSIS said on Tuesday that it has signed a deal to supply electrical equipment for the Bismayah New-City Project (BNCP) (pictured). The deal, worth about 160 billion won ($146 million, 170 billion Iraqi dinars), will see the company supply equipment for gas insulated switchgear at 32 substations over the next […]

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