Iraq Gas Plans Could End Iranian Imports by 2026

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Iraq could stop importing natural gas from Iran in the next three years at the earliest after domestic gas projects appear to be turning a corner. Covid-19, political turmoil and rocket attacks have all played their part in delaying three crucial natural gas projects in the country, which currently spends some $4 billion per year on Iranian gas imports and flares more associated gas than any other country except Russia.

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