The Prime Minister, Mr. Mu'taz Moussa Abdullah, inspected on Thursday, September 20, 2018, the work of the village power plant 3 as part of the preparations for its entry into operation next summer as the second largest station in the country and represents a real addition to thermal generation and contributes to the stability of electricity supply Minister of Water and Water, Eng. Khader Mohammed, Minister of Oil, Gas and Minerals, Eng. Azhari Idris Abdul Qader and Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan. Minister of State in the Council of Ministers, Mr. Hatim Hassan Bakhit, Minister of State in the Ministry of Information and Communications and Information Technology, Mr. Mamoun Hassan Ibrahim, Minister of State in the Ministry of Oil, Gas and Minerals.
His Excellency and the delegation accompanying him agreed on the size of the project of Qari station 3, which includes three basic units with a production capacity of 935 MW. He confirmed the arrangements made for the operation of the first unit at the end of the current year, operation of the second unit in January and the third unit in March. Next year .
The Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation inspected the performance of the Jaili refinery and assured the oil production position in the country and the ongoing arrangements to ensure the supply of fuel on a permanent and stable basis.
The Prime Minister affirmed the State's determination to confront the challenges facing the oil sector in accordance with collective work and a vision of scientific excellence. He also announced his continued efforts with the Ministry of Oil, Gas and Minerals to ensure fuel for the winter season and the harvest of the summer season, which promises high productivity and fuel for different service sectors.
The Prime Minister revealed that a meeting will be held during the coming period on the minerals sector in order to manage it in order to establish a comprehensive renaissance in the mineral-led export and announced an inspection visit to strategic wheat stocks during the beginning of next week to ascertain the position of wheat and flour, which represents one of the important aspects of stability.