Custom Search

ScreenHunter 190

New Water Treatment Plant opened in Sinjar


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

The newly built Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System in al-Qayrawan, Sinjar, has officially been opened with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ninewa Governorate.

The newly built water treatment system will provide uninterrupted access to clean drinking water to over 9,500 people living in central al-Qayrawan, Sinjar. The purpose-built facility can treat over 100 litres of water per person daily.

Before this, people living in al-Qayrawan did not have regular access to clean water. They would purchase water in tankers from private companies. The expense and uncertainty of transporting water by road resulted in increased prices and a lack of quality control. In addition, during the ISIL conflict, water supply from the tankers was regularly interrupted, leaving people without clean drinking water.

The Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment system is self-sustainable and built to purify and desalinate groundwater. The project included building three water treatment stations strategically distributed across central al-Qayrawan to reach all households. Each station has a well, reverse osmosis plant, dispensing tanks and spigots to produce over 20,000 litres of water every hour.

The project was implemented through USAID and UNDP's Funding Facility for Stabilization programme. Since 2015, USAID has contributed over US $400 million to the Facility, including over $10 million in Sinjar, making it the Facility's leading partner. To date, USAID has supported around 900 rehabilitation projects through the Facility, including ensuring services such as water, education, electricity and health are restored.

"The reopening of this water treatment system is an important milestone in the journey to rebuild Sinjar and recover from years of instability. Finding local and sustainable solutions such as this system is key to creating a safe and dignified environment for families choosing to return to Sinjar," says UNDP Resident Representative in Iraq, Zena Ali Ahmad.

"We would not be here today without the support of one of our founding partners, USAID. Together with USAID, we have made tremendous contributions to stabilization in Iraq. I would also like to recognize the strong partnership UNDP has with the federal government and local authorities, which enables us to implement such projects and ensure their sustainability," she adds.

UNDP is the leading implementer of stabilization activities in Iraq. To date, UNDP has completed over 3,300 stabilization projects across the liberated areas of Anbar, Diyala, Kirkuk, Ninewa, and Salah al-Din. The programme has assisted 4.95 million internally displaced people to return home.

(Source: UNDP)

Posted in Construction & Engineering In Iraq, Iraq Public Works News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
0 Comments

ScreenHunter 166

GE to support Bazyan Power Plant in Sulaymaniyah


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

By John Lee.

GE Gas Power has signed an agreement with Taurus Arm, owner of the 500 megawatts (MW) Bazyan Power Plant, to provide parts, repairs, and services for two 9F.04 gas turbines at the facility for a period of 16 years.

The turbines were supplied by GE to Taurus Arm in 2021 under a fast-track project, where they were delivered to the site within months of notice to proceed. GE Digital will also provide its Asset Performance Management (APM) software to increase the reliability and availability of the units, decrease costs, and reduce operational risks.

Saiwan Salih, Board Member of Taurus Arm said:

"The Bazyan project is a critical facility that is located in the province of Sulaymaniyah and delivers much-needed electricity to the Kurdistan region, the Northern areas of Iraq including Mosul, Kirkuk, and Salahaldin, as well as other parts of Iraq.

"We are delighted to build upon the existing strong collaboration between Taurus Arm and GE to enable more secure performance of the plant, helping us to better serve the needs of the community."

Joseph Anis, President & CEO of GE Gas Power Europe, Middle East, and Africa, said:

"Gas-fueled power generation continues to play an important role in meeting the growing energy needs of the Iraqi people and supporting the transition to a lower carbon future.

"Reliable operations at strategic facilities such as the Bazyan Power Plant are essential to sustain economic development efforts across the country.

"We are delighted to work with Taurus Arm on this essential project, thank them for their continued trust in us, and remain committed to delivering proven, industry-leading solutions to Iraq."

According to the press release, Taurus Arm has multiple offices around Iraq with over 1,500 people, combining financial, technical, and operational know-how in the oil and gas sectors.

(Source: GE)

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
0 Comments

trash, rubbish, plastic bottles (Pixabay)

Iraq's Economic Capital "engulfed in Trash"


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

From Rudaw. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Iraqi economic capital engulfed in trash, suffers from dilapidated electricity

Home to Iraq's richest oil wells, Basra should have wealth and development to rival the Emirates.

Instead, the southern province is one of Iraq's most impoverished - its residents deprived of even the most basic services and infrastructure.

Click here to read the full article.

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News, Iraq Oil & Gas News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
0 Comments

Iraqi and United States flags (pixabay)

UNHCR welcomes US contribution to Critical Assistance in Iraq


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

UNHCR welcomes the generous contribution from the United States of America to support and strengthen critical assistance in Iraq

As the largest supporter of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, in Iraq, the United States of America (USA) recently contributed USD 27.8 million to help Syrian and other refugees and Iraq families displaced by Da'esh/ISIS (internally displaced persons/IDPs).

This generous contribution demonstrates the US's continuous commitment to help UNHCR address the most urgent humanitarian needs.

Five years after the defeat of ISIS and 11 years after the beginning of the Syria crisis, displaced populations and their host remain in need of support. Still in 2022, 1.2 million Iraqis have not been able to go back to their communities. Meanwhile, Iraq generously also hosts close to 300,000 refugees, most of whom are from Syria and live in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI).

The US's generous support allows UNHCR to promote the integration of refugees and displaced Iraqis, including those who have now returned to their home, into local communities and public services.

To do this, UNHCR is working, along with local partners and authorities on long-term support interventions such as the rehabilitation of schools, health care centres and water and electricity networks. These interventions aim to build the capacity of public institutions to deliver quality and accessible services to their own population and refugees.

UNHCR also seeks to promote community interactions and social cohesion through the creation of public spaces and community centres where mental health, especially for women and children survivors of violence, and legal services help them rebuild their lives, not least by acquiring identity documents.

In this respect, it is estimated that a quarter of IDPs lack civil documentation, as they lost them while fleeing violence and could not renew them in places controlled by ISIS. As a result, those lacking civil documentation face challenges accessing essential public services, as they cannot enrol their children in schools or access healthcare. They are also deprived of social safety nets and at risk of being arrested at checkpoints.

H.E. Alina L. Romanowski said:

"The United States remains committed to helping Iraq's most vulnerable populations. This contribution will help Iraqis displaced by ISIS reintegrate into their communities while also providing valuable support for education, health care, and other critical needs to Syrian refugees in Iraq."

UNHCR's Representative in Iraq, Jean Nicolas Beuze stated that,

"while the current situation in Iraq gradually stabilises and presents opportunities for prosperity, we need to continue working with the authorities in Baghdad and KRI to strengthen communities' resilience and self-reliance. The generous, flexible contribution of the US allows UNHCR to prioritize those most in need and to improve key public services in Iraq."

UNHCR is grateful for the generous and long-standing support of the United States of America to UNHCR. Since 2013, the US, through the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration of the State Department, has provided USD 484 million to the refugee response.

This support means that UNHCR can continue to offer protection and pursue durable solutions for internally displaced people and refugees in Iraq.

(Source: UN)

Posted in Security
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on UNHCR welcomes US contribution to Critical Assistance in Iraq

ScreenHunter 60

Qatar signs Grid Interconnection agreeent with Iraq


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) cooperates with the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) to develop the Gulf electricity interconnection system and connect it to the southern Iraq network.

QFFD signed an agreement with the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority to develop the Gulf electricity interconnection system and to connect it to the southern Iraq network.

This agreement aims to contribute to cover part of the demand for electricity and fulfilling its need, as well as improving the performance and stability of the electricity network in the southern region of the Iraq Republic.

By constructing a new transformer substation with a capacity of about 400 KV in the Wafra area in Kuwait and connecting it to the Gulf electricity interconnection system to the Iraqi electricity network thorough Al-Faw electricity transformer station in southern Iraq.

On this occasion, His Excellency Mr. Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Kuwari, Director General of Qatar Fund for Development, said:

"Together, in partnership with he Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority, we seek to extend electricity to our brothers in southern Iraq. As electricity support will play a fundamental and pivotal role in strengthening the vital basic sectors and supporting them to complete Its work, such as the health sector, which will in turn provide health services to a large number of patients, in addition to strengthening the educational sector such as schools and universities. This initiative will have a pivotal role in the economic contribution and infrastructure development."

His Excellency the CEO of the Gulf Electricity Interconnection Authority, Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ibrahim, that the electrical connection has achieved economic savings for the GCC countries of nearly 3 billion dollars since the full operation of the project, while avoiding any major interruptions in the Gulf networks since the start of operation in 2009, which has a significant impact on the continuity of electricity and its great impact on society and The economic and industrial sector in the GCC countries.

The project is being implemented by the GCC Electricity Interconnection Authority, which owns and manages the Gulf electrical interconnection network, and it is one of the most important infrastructure link projects approved by the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Among the benefits achieved by the project are reducing the required reserve in each country, mutual coverage in case of emergency, benefiting from the surplus, and reducing the cost of producing electric power among the GCC countries. Network connectivity operation.

The authority considers that the signing of the interconnection agreement with the electricity network in southern Iraq, which coincided recently with the Jeddah Summit for Security and Development on July 15, 2022, is one of the most important strategic projects in the GCC countries, which will start implementation work during the month of August, hoping to operate the connection with the summer of 2024.

It is worth noting that the Gulf Electricity Interconnection Project achieved its most important strategic objectives of enhancing energy security and raising the level of reliability and safety for the Gulf electrical systems, and its success in avoiding the GCC electricity networks for any partial or total interruption by 100% by providing instant support by transferring the required energy through the network The electrical connection directly, as more than (2,500) support cases have been supported since its operation.

(Source: Qatar Fund for Development)

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on Qatar signs Grid Interconnection agreeent with Iraq

electricity pylons, twilight-532720_1280 (Pixabay)

Deep Data: GCC Electricity and Iraq's Reliance on Iran


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

From Amwaj Media. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Deep Data: GCC Electricity and Iraq's Reliance on Iran

In connection with the recent Arab summit in Jeddah, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are forging ahead with efforts to connect their electricity grids.

The plan revolves around a new power line between the two neighbors with a capacity of 1 gigawatt (GW). Separately, Iraq and the Gulf Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) are advancing a scheme to power southern Iraq.

While Iraq has long been under pressure from the US and some Arab states to reduce reliance on energy imports from Iran, informed sources in Baghdad characterize the shifts underway as a win-win for all sides-pointing to burgeoning domestic demand in Iran, and the possibilities offered by a new regional electricity market.

The full report can be viewed here (registration required).

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News, Iraq Oil & Gas News, Politics
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on Deep Data: GCC Electricity and Iraq's Reliance on Iran

electricity pylons 1 (Pixabay)

Iraq Diversifies, Expands Sources of Energy and Electricity


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

By Al Monitor staff. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Iraq diversifies, expands sources of energy and electricity

Iraq is looking to Arab partners to help expand energy production and imports to meet summer demand.

Click here to read the full article.

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News, Iraq Oil & Gas News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on Iraq Diversifies, Expands Sources of Energy and Electricity

ScreenHunter 8479

TotalEnergies Re-affirms Commitment to Iraq Energy Projects


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

By John Lee.

France's TotalEnergies has re-affirmed its commitment to energy projects in Iraq.

Following a meeting in Paris with Iraq's Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, the Chairman and CEO of TotalEnergies, Patrick Pouyanne, said that Iraq is one of the most promising countries in attracting global investment for energy projects.

He added that TotalEnergies is ,"committed to partnering with the Iraqi government for its keenness to deal with us transparently, and to achieve the principles of mutual trust in a way that serves the common interests."

Last year, Iraq and TotalEnergies agreed a series of high-value investments in Iraq, including:

  • The construction of a new gas gathering network and treatment units to supply the local power stations, with TotalEnergies also bringing its expertise to optimize the oil and gas production of the Ratawi field, by building and operating new capacities.
  • The construction of a large-scale seawater treatment unit to increase water injection capacities in southern Iraq fields without increasing water withdrawals as the country is currently facing a water-stress situation. This water injection is required to maintain pressure in several fields and as such will help optimizing the production of the natural resources in the Basra region.
  • The construction and operation of a photovoltaic power plant with a capacity of 1 GWp to supply electricity to the grid in the Basra region.

(Source: Ministry of Oil)

Posted in Iraq Oil & Gas News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on TotalEnergies Re-affirms Commitment to Iraq Energy Projects

Baghdad traffic 5 (Govt of Iraq)

IECG encourages Iraqi Govt to revive Economic Reform Agenda


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

By John Lee.

The United Kingdom and Japan have been chosen to co-chair the Iraq Economic Contact Group (IECG), which met earlier this week.

British Ambassador, Mark Bryson-Richardson, commented:

"Economic reform and diversification are key to Iraq's prosperity.

"Delighted the UK is now co-chair of the Iraq Economic Contact Group, along with Japan.

"Its job is to encourage and support reform, investment and green transition in Iraq and help develop a thriving private sector."

Statement of the Iraq Economic Contact Group of the G7, European Union and World Bank:

"G7 countries, the European Union, World Bank, and the IMF met yesterday to launch the JP-UK co-chairship of the Iraq Economic Contact Group (IECG). Economic diversification and resilience remain critical to Iraq's future prosperity - doing so will provide basic services for all, economic opportunities, including for women and youth, inclusive growth and greater stability for the Iraqi society. The IECG continue to stand ready to support the Iraqi Government in delivering this important agenda for the Iraqi people. 

"The IECG encourages the Government of Iraq to revive its economic reform agenda, using increased oil revenues to invest in Iraq's long-term future -specifically, improved infrastructure, water and electricity provision, human development, and a green transition. Climate considerations should be integrated into its investments and development plans to improve food, water and energy security. 

"Creating a thriving private sector is critical; reforms should focus on improving competitiveness, both domestically and internationally and improving transparency and tackling corruption. A strong and independent financial sector and a regulatory and tax environment that encourages entrepreneurship must underpin Iraq's economy; this will allow Iraq's dynamic and young workforce to flourish and create the businesses of the future, as well as invite foreign investment. 

"A strong and targeted social safety net will ensure that most vulnerable groups receive adequate support; the IECG would encourage the Government of Iraq to take reforms on this forward. 

"In this context, IECG members will continue developing their support to inclusive economic reform, private sector development, and effective social programmes to the people facing immediate needs, and will strengthen the partnership with the Government of Iraq on its economic and social priorities."

"The Iraq Economic Contact Group (IECG) was launched by the G7, European Union, and the World Bank in 2020 to support the government in implementing much-needed economic reforms. 

"The group pledged to continue supporting economic reforms, social programs, and the agricultural sector in order to protect the most vulnerable groups in Iraqi society. It added that the reforms would assist the people by "strengthening food security in Iraq and increasing employment opportunities."

(Source: British Embassy)

Posted in Iraq Industry & Trade News, Politics
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on IECG encourages Iraqi Govt to revive Economic Reform Agenda

ScreenHunter 8428

Croatian firm wins $69m Power Plant Contract in Iraq


Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 71

By John Lee.

Croatia's Koncar Group has signed an agreement worth EUR 65 million ($69 million) with Iraq's Ministry of Electricity for the revitalization of Haditha hydroelectric power station.

Under the agreement, the company will carry out what it describes as  "a partial revitalization of generation units, replace part of the MV and HV equipment, the entire plant management systems, the excitation system and the electric protection system, and will upgrade mechanical subsystems and hydromechanical equipment."

The plant has capacity of 6x128 MVA.

(Source: Koncar)

Posted in Construction & Engineering In Iraq, Iraq Industry & Trade News
Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79

Warning: Use of undefined constant woothemes - assumed 'woothemes' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /srv/users/ibn/apps/ibn/public/wp-content/themes/canvas/page-70218.php on line 79
Comments Off on Croatian firm wins $69m Power Plant Contract in Iraq