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Iraq lost 5,000 megawatts of electricity due to a shortage supply of gas from Iran

According to reports, the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity has stated that Iraq experienced a significant electricity loss of 5,000 megawatts due to a reduction in gas supplies from Iran. The shortage of gas supply from Iran has directly impacted Iraq’s electricity generation capacity, leading to power outages and disruptions across the country. The reduction in gas supplies has created challenges for the Iraqi government in meeting the increasing electricity demands of its population.

The Ministry of Electricity is actively seeking alternative solutions to address the energy deficit, including exploring options for diversifying energy sources and increasing domestic production. The situation highlights the reliance of Iraq on external sources for gas supply and the vulnerability it poses to the country’s energy sector. The government is working towards finding sustainable solutions to ensure a stable and reliable electricity supply for its citizens.

Efforts are being made to mitigate the impact of the gas shortage and restore normal electricity supply in Iraq. International cooperation and collaboration in the energy sector are being explored to address the issue effectively. The government is also focusing on long-term strategies to enhance the country’s energy infrastructure and reduce dependence on external sources for electricity generation.