In a statement carried by the Iraqi News Agency, the ministry said that Iran reduced its daily gas supply from 30 million cubic meter to 20 million, in addition to reducing the southern area daily supply from 17 million to 5 million, which resulted in the loss of 2,600 megawatts from the electrical national grid.
The electricity ministry is working with the oil ministry to compensate for the loss of supply, the ministry added in the statement.
In 2020, Iran exported around 2 GW of electricity, but that volume has dropped this year to 150 MW due to domestic needs, Rajabi-Mashhadi added.
Iranian intermittent supply of gas and electricity has led to widespread shortages in Iraq this summer, when the temperature has soared to 50 degrees Celsius, especially in the south.
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