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Sustainable infrastructure for the New Iraq

As a global partner with more than 80 years of local presence in the country, we continually contribute to Iraq’s transformation.

Together, Iraq and Siemens built electrical infrastructure in the 1930s, bridges over the Tigris River in the 1950s, and power plants in the 1970s and 1980s. Today, Siemens technology distributes 50 percent of the electricity consumed in the country.

 

We at Siemens are proud of what we've been able to accomplish in Iraq for Iraq.

A Roadmap for the electrification
of the New Iraq

OUR VISION:
The transformation of Iraq has the potential to be one of the greatest achievements in the modern Arab world. 40 million Iraqis living in vibrant cities, powered by reliable and efficient energy; a robust industrial sector and sustainable economic development, driven by world-class, home-grown talent.

Khormala
Khormala
Kirkuk
Kirkuk
Al-Rasshed
Al-Rasshed
Al-Sadder
Al-Sadder
Mussaib
Mussaib
Maisan
Maisan
Rumaila
Rumaila

Khormala, Iraq

Scope

  • 6x SSGT5-2000E gas turbines
  • 1x SST5-4000 I-L steam turbines
  • 6x SGen5-100A generators
  • 2x SSC5-2000E
  • Auxiliary & Ancillary systems

Special Features

  • Project includes complete plant services and management
  • 30% of the power demand targeted by (KRG)
  • Digital services to improve asset visibility, reliability and availability
  • Improve operational flexibility, availability, and performance of gas turbines for the next 15 years.

Project

930 MW gas power plant

Achievement

Enable electricity supply to three million Iraqis

Location

Kurdistan region, Iraq

Al Sadder, Iraq

Scope

  • 2x SGT5-2000E gas turbines
  • 600 MW facility
  • Advanced 3-dimensional turbine blades and vanes (Si3D) upgrade

Special Features

  • Siemens' digital services to maximize power plant's perfomance
  • Assets will generate more power and supply electricity to an additional 100,000 homes
  • Project supports Iraq's goal of meeting electricity demand

Power Generation

600 MW combined cycle power plant

Achievement

Enable electricity supply to 600,000 homes in Iraq

Location

Baghdad, Centrail Iraq

Maisan, Iraq

Scope

  • 2x STG5-4000F gas turbines
  • 1x SST5-4000 I-L steam turbines
  • 3x SGen5-2000H generators
  • SSPA-T3000 control system
  • Main transformers, fuel gas system
  • Long-term service agreement over 17 years
  • Operation and maintenance support
    for 8 years.
  • Remote Diagnostics Services

Special Features

  • Siemens equipment includes F-class gas turbines, steam turbine, generators, main transformers and project supervision
  • Power Diagnostics Services to optimize performance including employeee training and know-how transfer

Project

840 MW combined cycle power plant, able to power more than three million Iraqis

Achievement

Enable electricity supply to three million Iraqis

Location

Maysan, Southeastern Iraq

Rumaila, Iraq

Scope

  • 1x SST5-5000 steam turbine
  • 2x SGEN5-2000H generators
  • SPPA-T3000 turbine control
  • Auxiliaries, TFA

Special Features

  • Additional generation capacity of 700 MW without additional fuel utilization
  • Eco friendly and economic power generation
  • Plant efficiency to increase more than 50 percent

Project

  • 1500 MW combined cycle power plant
  • 700 MW added capacity

Achievement

Enable electricity supply to one million Iraqis

Location

Basra Province, Iraq

Current engagements in Iraq

Within and outside "the roadmap", concluded projects since beginning 2018 and projects in execution.
  • Installation of 13 of 132 kilovolt substations and supply of 35 power transformer

  • Construction of a 500 megawatt gas-fired power plant

  • Upgrade of 40 gas turbines with upstream cooling systems

  • Al-Tawheed Clinic rehabilitation

Reconstruction of Baiji facilities to power homes in liberated areas

Siemens and Orascom Construction signed an agreement with Iraq’s Ministry of Electricity to rebuild Baiji 1 and Baiji 2 power plants in northern Iraq. The plants will have a combined generation capacity of 1.6 gigawatts when completed and are a major step in Siemens roadmap for rebuilding Iraq's power sector that has already added more than 700 megawatts to Iraq’s grid.

Coming soon

DohukDohukNinevehNinevehAl-AnbarAl-AnbarAl-NajafAl-NajafAl-MuthannaAl-MuthannaAl-BasrahAl-BasrahWasitWasitDiyalaDiyalaAl-SulaimaniyahAl-SulaimaniyahArbilArbilKirkukKirkukSalah al-DinSalah al-DinKarbalaKarbalaBabilBabilAl-QadusuyahAl-QadusuyahThi QarThi Qar

Iraq Roadmap aims on rebuilding the New Iraq together

Al-Tawheed Clinic

New healthcare capabilities in northern Iraq

Siemens is donating all medical and power equipment required for the rehabilitation of the Al-Tawheed Center, a health clinic located in Baiji. The German non-governmental organization Stiftung der Deutschen Lions is helping implement the project, which will enhance the clinic’s capacity to 10,000 patients a year.

 

Siemens healthcare equipment supplied includes a digital x-ray, a dental treatment center, and state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, including a hematology blood analyzer. Power equipment includes a power transformer and other technical equipment required to ensure uninterrupted power supply.

Roadmap Milestones

Want to join our team?

We are committed to developing the next generation of talents by investing in education, training, job creation and boosting economic diversification. We’re hiring a range of roles across engineering, project management, customer services and central functions - EHS, Finance, HR - Are you interested in building the future?

 

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