The Zubaidiya Gas Fired Power Plant is 500MW gas fired power project. It is planned in Wasit, Iraq. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently at the dormant stage. It will be developed in a single phase. Buy the profile here.

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Description

The project is being developed and currently owned by Ministry of Electricity, Iraq. The company has a stake of 100%.

It is a Thermal power plant.

Contractors involved

Siemens Energy is expected to render engineering procurement construction services for the gas fired power project.

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About Ministry of Electricity, Iraq

Ministry of Electricity of Iraq (MEI) is a government-owned electric commission. It is the principal organization that administers the power sector in the country. The ministry is responsible for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in Iraq. MEI classifies its operations into DG of production, DG of transmission, DG of distribution and DG of projects. The ministry is also responsible for operation maintenance and control; training and development; and importing electricity from neighboring countries such as Syria, Turkey and Iran. It imports electricity from these countries to meet Iraq's excess electricity demand. Ministry of Electricity of Iraq is headquartered in Baghdad, Iraq.

This content was updated on 22 April 2024

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