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**MoE Priorities for the Next 5 Years**

Presentation No 2 - Dtd (2nd June 2009)

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**Iraqi Electricity Sector:**

The electricity sector in Iraq requires large investments to fulfill the increasing demand on electrical power. The below table shows the expected peak demand for electricity from 2009 to 2015. The below table shows the situation of the electricity network for the first five months in 2007 and 2008. Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Peak Demand MW 12500 13800 15200 16700 18400 20300 22300 Months 2007 2008 Production MW Demand Shortage Jan. 3366 7865 4499 3746 8586 4840 Feb. 3733 7784 4051 4115 8399 4284 Mar 3637 6631 2994 4252 6887 2635 Apr. 3909 6693 2784 4460 7318 2858 May 3699 7786 4087 4200 8025 4009 Average 3668 7351 3683 4154 7843 3725

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The required investment is estimated to be $16 Billion US Dollars from the period 2007 – 2010 according to the National Development Strategy issued by the Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation and these estimates include government and private investments. MoE have plans to increase the production capacity and improve the performance of their transmission and distribution to cover the full demand gradually till 2012 by: First: Rehabilitation of the existing power plants to produce electric power to their existing access design capacity. This will have a low cost effectiveness as well as short time for implementation. Second: Establishment of new production plants (Thermal & Gas) according to the central plan to cover the entire requirement of electricity power till 2012.

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**REHABLITATION OF GAS STATIONS FOR 2009 & 2010**

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**GAS TURBINE REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2009)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks YEAR 2009 1 Al-Dura ( 4x 37.5 ) 100 MW Rehabilitate Units ( 4) 2 Al-Hilla ( 5x25 ) 20 MW Rehabilitate Unit 5 Type FT8 3 Al- NAJAF ( 3x63 ) 40 MW Rehabilitate unit No (1) 4 DIBIS ( 3x37.5 ) 15 MW Rehabilitate Units (3 ) 5 MULLA ABDULLAH old(12x20 ) 30 MW Rehabilitate Units (1 and 2) 6 BAIJI ( 4x159 ) Rehabilitate 2 units 7 BAIJI MOBILE ( 7x 23 45 MW Rehabilitate 3 units Type TM2500 8 BAZERGAN ( 1x43 ) Rehabilitate unit (1) 9 MOUSIL ( 12x20 ) Rehabilitate Units (1) 10 Al-QUDS ( 4x43 ) Total Expected Capacity to be added 460 MW

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**GAS TURBINE REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2010)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 Al- NAJAF ( 3x63 ) 10 MW Rehabilitate Units (2) 2 MULLA ABDULLAH old(12x20 ) 45 MW Rehabilitate Unit (5) 3 SHOAIBA MOBILE (2x13) 5 MW Rehabilitate one unit 4 TAJI MOBILE(3x20) Rehabilitate 3 units Type TM2500 5 BAIJI MOBILE ( 7x 23) Total Expected Capacity to be added 150 MW

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**REHABLITATION THERMAL POWER STATIONS 2009 - 2014**

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2009)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 SOUTH BAGHDAD (2x x45 ) 50 MW Rehabilitate unit No : 3 Execution %70 2 Rehabilitate units 1&2 contract signed with Ag Inrgos Total Expected Capacity to be added 100 MW

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2010)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 AL-DURA( 4x160) 120 MW Rehabilitate units 3 & 4 2 AL-HARTHA( 4x200 ) 400 MW Rehabilitate units 2 & 3 W.B 3 BAIJI ( 6x 220 ) 200 MW Rehabilitate units 5 4 AL-MUSSAIB (4x300) 100 MW Rehabilitate unit 3 : Japanese Loan Total Expected Capacity to be added 820 MW

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2011)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 AL-MUSSAIB (4x300) 100 MW Rehabilitate Unit (1) 2 BAIJI ( 6x 220 Rehabilitate 3 Units 3 AL-HARTHA( 4x200 ) 400 MW Rehabilitate Units 2 & 3 W.B Total Expected Capacity to be added 600 MW

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2012)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 BAIJI ( 6x 220 ) 100 MW Rehabilitate Unit (1) 2 AL-HARTHA( 4x200 ) 50 MW 3 AL- NASSIRIYAH ( 4 x210 ) Total Expected Capacity to be added 200 MW

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2013)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 AL-MUSSAIB (4x300) 100 MW Rehabilitate unit No : 2 2 AL- NASSIRIYAH ( 4 x210 ) 50 MW 3 AL-HARTHA( 4x200 ) Rehabilitate unit No : 4 Total Expected Capacity to be added 200 MW

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**THERMAL UNITS REHABILITATION PROGRAM (2014)**

No Station Expected Capacity to be added Remarks 1 AL-MUSSAIB (4x300) 100 MW Rehabilitate unit No : 4 2 AL- NASSIRIYAH ( 4 x210 ) 50 MW Rehabilitate unit No: 3 3 BAIJI ( 6x 220 ) Rehabilitate unit No: 2 Total Expected Capacity to be added 200 MW

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**NEW THERMAL POWER STATIONS FOR**

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**NEW THERMAL POWER STATTION PLAN (2009 2014) EXPECTED OPERATION DATE**

No Station DESIGNE OUTPUT MW EXPECTED OPERATION DATE 1 AL-KHAYRAT 4x300 = 1200 MW 2 AL-Youssifya 3X210 = 630 MW 2012 3 Al-Shemal Station 4x350 = 1,400 MW 4 Salah Al-Deen 4x300 = 1,200 MW 5 Al-Anbar 4 x 300 = 1,200 MW 6 HARTHA EXTENSION 2x300 = 600 MW 2013 7 NAJIBIYAH EXTENSION 1x150 = 150 MW 8 South Baghdad Expansion 1 x 150 = 150 MW 9 Al-Nasiriya Expansion 2 x 350 = 700 MW Total Expected Capacity to be added 7730 MW

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NEW GAS STATIONS

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**NEW GAS TURBINE PROJECTS 2009 – 2014**

The MoE’s plan includes the establishment of Gas Turbine projects units as follows : 1) 60 Units 125 MW each (GE). 2) 4 units 40 MW each (GE). 3) 6 units 260 MW each (SIEMENS). 4) 10 units 160 MW each (SIEMENS).

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**NEW GAS POWER STATTION PLAN (2009 - 2014)**

No Station Designed Capacity in MW EXPECTED OPERATION DATE 1 SHAT AL-BASRAH 6x125 = 750 MW 2 AL-NASSIRIYAH 4x125 = 500 MW 2011 3 AL- KHAYRAT 4 AL- ANBAR 2012 5 NAYNAWA 6 AL-NAJAF 7 AL - QUDS 2X125 = 250 MW 8 WASSIT 9 AL- MANSOURIA 10 DURA SITE 3 6X125 = 750 MW 11 AL- DEWANIAYAH 4X125 = 500 MW 12 OMARAA 13 AL-SADIR CITY 2X160 =320 MW 14 BAIJI 6X160 = 960 MW 15 DIBIS 2X160 = 320 MW 16 KARKUK TAZA 1X260 = 260 MW 17 RUMAILA NORTH 5X260 = 1300 MW 18 KARBALA’A 19 HILLA ABU GARAQ 20 TAJI 4X40 =160 MW Total Expected Capacity to be added MW No. 18, 19 & 20 are under prequalification

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