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Qatari companies showed interest in participating in the sixth round of bidding for a $27 billion energy deal between the Iraqi government and TotalEnergies. The agreement intends to boost Iraq's energy production capability through projects in oil, gas, and renewables. The projects include the Artawi oilfield, seawater support for oil extraction, the Gas Growth Integrated Project, and a one-gigawatt solar power plant. The agreement was reached in 2021, but disagreements prevented progress and the TotalEnergies' projects are projected to be finished between 2028 and 2029.

Qatari firms show interest in taking part in Iraq’s deal with TotalEnergies

Qatari companies showed interest in participating in the sixth round of bidding for a $27 billion energy deal between the Iraqi government and TotalEnergies. The agreement intends to boost Iraq’s energy production capability through projects in oil, gas, and renewables. The projects include the Artawi oilfield, seawater support for oil extraction, the Gas Growth Integrated Project, and a one-gigawatt solar power plant. The agreement was reached in 2021, but disagreements prevented progress and the TotalEnergies’ projects are projected to be finished between 2028 and 2029.

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