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Aggreko signs Contract with North Refineries Company

UK-based Aggreko (Middle East) and Iraq’s North Refineries Company have signed a contract for rental of temporary power generators to supply 15MW of power to Baiji Refinery as a first stage.

For Aggreko, the world’s largest supplier of temporary power, which also supplies South Refineries Company with 25MW,

This contract will help broaden the partnership between Aggreko, the world’s largest supplier of temporary power, and the Ministry of Oil and its affiliate companies, and is a demonstration of the collaboration between both entities.

Aggreko also supplies South Refineries Company with 25MW of power.

(Source: Eurogulf)

Iraq our “Fastest Growing New Business”

By John Lee.

Temporary power firm Aggreko has said that Iraq is its fastest growing new business.

In its Half-Yearly Report, the Scottish-based company said:

Our fastest growing new business is Iraq, where we are supporting the development of the oil and gas sector in Southern Iraq and Kurdistan.

“We are clearly cognisant of the security situation not just in Iraq but also in other countries such as Libya, across both our Local and Power Project businesses and continue to monitor developments closely.

(Source: Aggreko)