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The foundation stone for a power station Balrmelh gas to produce 250 megawatts at a cost of 426 billion dinars put

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The foundation stone for a power station Balrmelh gas to produce 250 megawatts at a cost of 426 billion dinars put





2015/11/15 18:53 Number of Views: 56




Long-Presse / Basra
, Oil Besrion officials announced on Sunday, the foundation stone for the station generator gas in the Rumaila field, to produce 250 megawatts of power mode, and argued that the cost of 426 billion dinars, and will complete two years later for the processing of excavation and production in the field as well as on the national grid.
The director of the body to run the Rumaila, on behalf of Mohammed, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The foundation stone placed today, for the establishment of a new gas power station in North Rumaila, processed from the field production, design capacity of 250 megawatts and cost about 426 billion dinars "noting that" the "Sync Chinese company responsible for implementing the plant in two years to take advantage of hydrocarbon field inventories."
He said Mohammed, that "the plant operates five generating units, gas, turbine, manufactured by the US General Electric Company in one of its factories in Italy," noting that "the station will be equipped with excavation and production of electricity in the body to run the Rumaila, as well as the national network, to secure needed Nearly 23 thousand homes of electric power. "
The Rumaila is the largest Iraqi field crude oil producer and the source of the financial returns to Iraq has production rates have risen during the past five years to reach about one million and 350 thousand barrels per day, and includes a field about 30 different facility and employs more than seven thousand employees, most of them Iraqis.

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