She is a member of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy Susan Al-Saad said: "today's meeting yielded its intention to pay a number of laws to the House of representatives to read and discuss the reality of electricity under the Ministry promises that have not experienced on the ground."
In a statement Monday: "the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy today include several axes, the most read national oil company Bill second reading", adding: "the Commission is currently in the process of work of the final report in this regard, formatted for readers in the House".
She added: "the Committee discussed a draft law of the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission and the need to host the atomic energy experts to identify the applicability of this Act on the ground, and the views of experts and take advantage of their comments if they have reviews to include in this law".
Al Saad stated: "that the Committee had discussed at its meeting today the second amendment law of private investment in the oil filter, and decided to pay the Bill for first reading in the House of representatives due to the importance of this amendment, especially after that show us that the first amendment to this law is not an ambitious investor, and this explains the non arrival of any investment company to invest in filter oil two years after the first amendment."
Noting that "the second amendment law of private investment in crude oil filter designed to attract investors and encourage investment in this vital sector, particularly that Iraq currently imports huge quantities of fuel up to billions of dollars without moving the wheel in this important aspect, Iraqi refineries currently has established since the 1970s and has not been createdAnyAnother refinery ever since, due to the increasing demand for fuel and a shortage of power plants with plants under construction will require fuel in larger quantities in the next phase, in view of the need to fuel the industrial sector and the huge demand for benzene, a second amendment to develop solutions to address this file radically. "
Al-Saad indicated that: "discussed electricity and file declarations (SPRE) by the Ministry that there will be an integrated power system at the end of 2013, while we have not seen this thing on the ground, our Committee was determined to display the report in the House of representatives includes diagnose for electricity in the provinces, the report will include support for investment in electricity and give greater powers to the provinces to provide this file and meet the need of its citizens of electrical energy".
He said: "Although electricity file is the main concern of Iraqi citizens, but that the Iraqi Government was unfortunately dealing seriously with the idea of committing to invest in this area, the Ministry aspires to be 11,000 megawatts by the end of 2013, and we know that the real need for Iraq will exceed more than 20,000 megawatts, due to the large consumption of electricity in summer very hot with the obvious population growth requires an increase in the production of electricity, and here we see that There is no logical solution to the problem of electricity unless we invest in this sector. "
Al-Saad said: "our decisions today came after a series of extensive meetings and discussions resulted in reaching such decisions, with a number of other decisions to be issued over the next few days."
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