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Iraq in Talks to Increase Iranian Gas Imports

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Iraq is in talks with Iran to increase natural gas imports to supply new natural gas -fired plants according to Tasnim news reports over the weekend.

  • According to Ahmad al-Ebadi, an Iraqi ministry spokesman, the volume of gas imports from Iran is currently at 43 million cubic meters, while Iraq requires 55-60 million cubic meters of the energy source.
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Iraq is in talks with Iran to increase natural gas imports to supply new natural gas -fired plants according to Tasnim news reports over the weekend.

  • According to Ahmad al-Ebadi, an Iraqi ministry spokesman, the volume of gas imports from Iran is currently at 43 million cubic meters, while Iraq requires 55-60 million cubic meters of the energy source.