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Kiosque360. The Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development presents the construction of 2019: launching an international tender for the "Gas to power" project, the progress of the Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline project … Punkt.
Aziz Rebbah presents great projects that are waiting for him in 2019. In a large interview published by Eco Life In its issue in kiosks on Friday, the Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development presents various hot issues that he will lead in the new year 2019, and even later.
Therefore, regarding the future privatization of the Tahaddart power plant, whose capital is partly owned by ONEE, the minister emphasizes that this initiative is part of and is consistent with the objectives set by public authorities in the region. the energy sector, in particular to explore the pathways necessary for a better valuation of energy assets.
Aziz Rebbah also talked for a long time about the megaproject "Gas to power". "To take account of technological and economic developments, the ONEE 2022-2030 equipment program, including the national set, will be reviewed. Therefore, the" Gas for Power "project planning has some adjustments that include several parameters, including increasing the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency programs that will reduce the consumption of electricity – says the minister,
Eco Life also notes that several project elements have been reviewed in the light of the likely development of domestic gas production.
When will the international tender for the "Gas to Power" project begin? Aziz Rebbah provides this question with the appointment of technical, legal and commercial advisers and the fulfillment of all the conditions necessary for the announcement of the tender. "We will communicate it in a timely manner," he says.
With regard to the gas code project, the minister ensures that all critical remarks made by various stakeholders during the disclosure of the draft code will be taken into account in order to create a sustainable code for gas. Aziz Rebbah also mentions the Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline project and says research is under way and the commission is working hard. "West African countries are still very interested in this future infrastructure," added the minister.
Aziz Rebbah also ensures that the national regulatory authority of the electricity sector (ANRE) will soon be ready for action if the government has already determined its operational budget, rented the premises and set up a workforce.