for Prosperity and Peace in the Middle East" in the presence of the Ministers of Oil and Electricity and a number of Ambassadors (USA, UK, Turkey, Spain and the Netherlands) and Secretary General of the Organization. OPEC and a number of CEOs of the major companies that control the oil, gas and electricity sector in the world. Dr. Mohammed Jawad Zain Al-Abidin said he participated with Dr. Hussein Kamal Anwar Mohammed Hawad in the forum, which discussed several axes and reports on the future of oil. And the possibility of developing gas capacity of others invested so far in Iraq, and to discuss the future of electricity and ways to increase production by improving the electrical grid system and connect them to neighboring countries, as well as the possibility of exploiting renewable energies such as solar and wind energy as the energies of clean and environmentally friendly.He added that the forum aims to strengthen cooperation between Iraq and neighboring countries in the field of energy, and to address the obstacles affecting oil production and how to exploit solar energy and wind energy and alternatives that could meet the need, as well as discuss the investment of gas energy and export potential.
Kirkuk University participates in an international forum on economic cooperation in the Middle East
Two lecturers at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Kirkuk participated in the International Forum held at the Energy Institute of Iraq under the slogan "Economic Cooperation