Siemens in discussions over 750 MW power plant

Senior executives from Siemens are due in Iraq on Thursday to discuss investment in some key power infrastructure.

Up for discussion will include potential development of substations, new power plants, and distribution and service contracts. One of the most advanced projects to be discussed is a planned 750 MW power plant.
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According to Meed the German engineering company will discuss deals for service contracts and contracts to build power plants, including the 750 MW facility that is likely to see construction start later this year.

Speaking to MEED in an interview, Jeffrey Dunlap, Siemens’ senior executive vice-president for Middle East power and gas, said the team would be meeting Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

à‚ “There are several projects that are being talked about right now in south Iraq,” he said. “Some of them are well into the phase of negotiations ࢀ¦ and some of these are actually [going to] kick-off this year.”

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