By John Lee.
Turkish construction giant Enka has reportedly struck a deal with the Iraqi government to build two natural gas combined cycle plants in Baghdad and Sulaymaniyah.
The two projects combined are expected to provide 3,000 megawatts to the Iraqi grid.
According to the report from Daily Sabah, the deal, covering the construction of the plants, has an estimated value of around $4.5 billion [5.2 trillion Iraqi dinars].
Enka currently has four other construction projects in northern Iraq.
(Source: Daily Sabah)
[Picture: Enka project at West Qurna-2]