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Kiosque360. Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development Announces Building Sites 2019: launching an international tender for the project "Gas to power", the pipeline project progress in Nigeria and Morocco … Point.
Aziz Rebbah reveals great projects waiting for him in 2019. In a great interview he published Eco Life in his kiosks issue on Friday, the Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development presents various warm issues that will guide throughout the new year 2019 and beyond.
So, regarding the future privatization of Tahaddart's power plant, whose capital is partly owned by the ONEE, the minister points out that this initiative is part of and consistent with the goals set by the public authorities in the region. the energy sector, in particular to research the pathways needed for a better assessment of energy assets.
Aziz Rebbah also talked about the project "Gas to power". "In order to take into account technological and economic development, the ONEE 2022-2030 equipment program will be revised, including a national combination. Therefore, the" Gin on Power "project has some adjustments to take into account several parameters, including the increase of renewable sources energy and energy efficiency that will mitigate the consumption of electricity, "said the minister,
Eco Life also notes that several project components have been reviewed in the light of probable development of domestic gas production.
When will an international tender for the "Gas for Power" project be launched? This issue of Aziz Rebbah provides for the appointment of technical, legal and commercial consultants and that all the ingredients for launching the tender have already been fulfilled. "That's how we will communicate in a timely manner," he says.
As for the project gas code, the minister ensures that all criticism from different stakeholders during the discovery of the draft code will be taken into account in order to create a balanced gas code. Aziz Rebbah also mentions the gas pipeline project in Nigeria and Morocco and says studies are under way and that the Joint Commission is working hard. "The countries of West Africa are still very interested in this future infrastructure," the minister added.
Aziz Rebbah also ensures that the National Regulatory Authority of the Power Sector (ANRE) will be operational very quickly, to the extent that the government has already set an operational budget, leased space and set its workforce.