Syria was formerly occupied by France until its independence in 1946. It is a land rich in history and is populated by diverse ethnic and religious groups. Its capital of Damascus is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
Agriculture and oil remain Syria’s main economic contributors. However, decreasing oil reserves have spurred the country to look into other sectors, such as tourism and natural gas. Facilities are now being built to accommodate these industries.
Areas or industries that may require energy solutions:
- Agriculture Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Natural Gas Industry
- Oil Industry
- Construction Industry
- Utility Power Industry
Syria’s foray into other sectors to compensate for the decreasing oil reserves will require new infrastructure to be built. Power will be in demand as grids will go on full blast to support operations. Altaaqa Global is ready to deploy temporary power plants, part of an energy solution package, to supply Syria with electricity and customer support as needed.