Baghdad And Kurds Choose Different Power Paths
Both Iraq’s central government and the autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) are looking to gas-fired Combined Cycle (CC) projects at existing plants to spearhead the next stage of their power generation expansion.
The KRG is further advanced in its plans and has made a strategic choice to embrace the private sector. Baghdad, however, appears to be still wrestling to find an appropriate...
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