By John Lee. The Chinese company Sinopec (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation) has signed a deal to develop the Mansuriyah gas field in Diyala. The field, near the Iranian border, is expected to produce 300 million standard cubic feet (Mmscf) per day of gas, which will be used for electricity generation and "various industrial projects". […]
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By John Lee. The Iranian Fars News Agency has reported that construction of Iran-Iraq gas pipeline, which runs to the Al-Mansoureh power plant in Iraq, is now complete. A source told the news agency that supply of Iranian gas along the 48-inches-diameter pipeline should have started already but has been delayed due to the unrest […]
Patrick Kron, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and the Iraqi Vice Minister of Electricity, His Excellency Salam Kazzaz, signed on 11 December, in the presence of His Excellency Karim Aftan El Jumaily, Minister of Electricity, a contract worth approximately €400 million to build the 728 MW Al Mansuriya gas-fired power plant in the […]
AFP reports that the Iraqi cabinet has approved a $540 million contract for French firm Alstom to build a 182.4 megawatt gas power plant in central Iraq. Ggovernment spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said in a statement that the plant, which should be up and running 18 months after the signature of the contract, is to be […]
French engineering group Alstom has been awarded a contract to build an electrical power plant worth $550 million in Iraq, reports Reuters. The award of the Mansuriyah plant contract was announced as part of a visit to Iraq by French Trade Minister Pierre Lellouche. "The Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister confirmed ... the award of the […]
Iraq signed a $365 million agreement to install a pipeline network to import natural gas from Iran for power stations in the country, according to reports from Bloomberg and Iran Independent News Service. The pipelines will eventually supply 25 million cubic meters of Iranian natural gas a day to the Sadr, al-Quds and South Baghdad […]
Bloomberg reports that Iraq has signed an initial agreement to import 25 million cubic meters of natural gas a day from Iran in order to supply its power stations. The agreement provides for the installation of pipelines within 18 months to transport gas from Iran to the Sadr and al-Quds power stations in Baghdad, Mosaab […]
Iraq's Oil Ministry expects to sign the initial contracts for the Mansuriyah and Akkas gas fields on 14th November, and for the Siba gas field the following day, Abdul-Mahdy al-Ameedi, head of the ministry's licensing and contracting office said on Thursday. "And after the signing we will send the initial contracts to the cabinet for […]
Iraq has awarded three of its established gas fields to foreign consortia in the third stage of an energy sell-off, as the country races to supply gas to local power plants and to export markets. The three fields, in the south, centre and far west of Iraq were sold at or slightly below the price […]
Iraq plans to offer three gas fields with combined in-place resources of 25 trillion cubic feet of gas to international bidders “in the coming months”, according to Iraqi Oil Minister Hussain Shahristani.
"The product of these fields will initially be used to supply electricity stations and for other domestic needs, with the rest to be exported. The ministry hopes that Iraq will reach the level of other gas producers in the region."
Turkey state Owned Oil Company said that the company intends to offer bids in order to develop Akas, Al Mansouriah and Siba for natural gas in Iraq.