Country Overview (Energy & Utilities)

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Country Overview (Energy & Utilities)

Major Energy & Utilities Producing Nations
 
According to the The International Energy Agency, in its World Energy Outlook report states that China is the leading producer of energy followed by US currently. But of late the US is overtaking Russia as the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas, a startling shift that is reshaping markets and eroding the clout of traditional energy-rich nations. US energy output has been surging in recent years, a comeback fueled by shale-rock formations of oil and natural gas that was unimaginable a decade ago. And it is astonishing how effective accelerating domestic LNG exports would be in reducing Europe’s dependence on Russian gas, and how soon it could realistically happen as Europeans’ ability to quickly shift from Russia to US gas in a future crisis would be severely limited by infrastructure constraints even if the US expanded its LNG export infrastructure, so unless European companies build a large number of LNG terminals and pipelines and then idle them something that profit-seeking companies rarely do on purpose—there will be limited capacity to absorb a sudden influx of US LNG in a crisis. The amount of crude from two of the hottest plays in the US, the Bakken oil field in North Dakota and the Eagle Ford shale formation in South Texas, continues to rise rapidly, while Russian output has increased modestly over the past three years. The Russian government predicts oil output will remain flat through 2016, while natural gas ticks up 3%. The shift has raised concerns in Moscow that U.S. crude supplies will crowd out Russia's oil exports.
 
Major Companies in Energy & Utilities
 
North America
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Chevron Corporation
San Ramon, California, USA
Pacific Gas & Electric
San Fransico, USA
Detroit Edison
Detroit, USA
 
South America
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Petrosix
Sao Mateus do Sul, Brazil
Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras S.A.
Brasilia, Brazil
Tractebel Energia
Florionopolis, Brazil
 
Europe
 
Company Name
Headquarter
Anglo American plc
London, United Kingdom
Statkraft
Oslo, Norway
Gas Natural Fenosa
Barcelona, Spain
 
Middle East
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Iranian Offshore Petroleum Co
Tehran, Iran
Bahrain Petroleum Co. Ltd.
Beirut, Bahrain
Gulf Kuwait Co
Doha, Kuwait
 
Africa
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Matimba Power Station
Limpopo, South Africa
Hendrina Power Station
Mpumalanga, South Africa
Eskom
Sunninghill, South Africa
 
Asia-Pacific
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Reliance Industries
Mumbai, India
JAPEX
Tokyo, Japan
PetroChina
Beijing, China
 
 
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Ghana Power Report Q3 2015

Ghana Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Nordics Renewables Report Q3 2015

Nordics Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Australia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Australia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
Australia is set to become a major player in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market by the end of the decade. However, we see waning investment sentiment, which will slow growth momentum. The country will also have to contend with a growing reliance on refined fuels imports as domestic production will not be sufficient to meet rising domestic demand.
 

The main trends and developments we highlight for Australia's oil and gas sector are: 

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India Power Report Q3 2015

India Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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United Kingdom Renewables Report Q3 2015

United Kingdom Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
The Conservative Party majority government will infuse policy certainty into the British renewables agenda, improving market predictability and strengthening investor confidence. We believe that onshore wind will suffer from subsidy cuts and political opposition, while the growth of solar power will slow down as a result of it having to compete on an equal basis after its inclusion to the contracts for difference (CfD) scheme. On the other hand, we continue to highlight offshore wind and distributed energy solutions (DES) as renewable energy growth areas.
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Belgium Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Belgium Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
Belgium's oil and gas sector offers little upside for growth due to a lack of indigenous reserves. A small amount of unconventional exploration may be possible, though limited, targeting Belgium's coalbed methane. Planned investments by ExxonMobil in the Antwerp refinery suggest Belgium remains an attractive downstream destination despite the low overall performance of Europe's refining sector.
 

The main trends and developments in Belgium's oil and gas sector are: 

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Namibia Power Report Q3 2015

Namibia Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Czech Republic Water Report 2015

Czech Republic Water Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
In recent years, the Czech Republic has seen many improvements and developments in its water sector, especially with regard to efficiency and wastewater treatment. As the population begins to grow more rapidly, these improvements will show their worth. As consumption and extraction increase, the efficient and modern infrastructure will ensure minimal losses and excellent wastewater treatment.
 
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China Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

China Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Philippines Power Report Q3 2015

Philippines Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
We expect to see robust growth in the power sector in the Philippines, with total generation expected to expand by an average by 4.9% during our 10-year forecast period to 2024. With recovery from the 2013 typhoon gathering pace, reasonable domestic economic growth and a range of new projects being announced, overall the future is looking positive for the Philippine power market.
 
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Poland Water Report 2015

Poland Water Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
We believe that the current trend towards higher tariffs and privatisation of the sanitation and water sectors - in conjunction with the current lack of market competition - has the potential to make Poland one of the more attractive water markets in the region. However, at present, a limited project pipeline, risk of non compliance with EU directives and current state dominance pose significant deterrents to potential investors.
 
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Colombia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Colombia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
Colombia's energy sector has approached an inflection point. While the past decade has witnessed strong production growth due to improvements in the business and security environment, we caution that the country will experience downward pressure on oil production over the longer term. The tendency toward smaller finds, as well as recent increases in pipeline attacks have begun to show signs of decreased investor interest in Colombia's resources, as witnessed in the 2014 licensing rounds.
 
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Romania Power Report Q3 2015

Romania Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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India Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

India Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
Continued regulatory reform is unlocking marginal and stranded resources, offering upside to India's mid-term production outlook. However, pricing remains insufficient to stimulate investment in the country's most prospective offshore and unconventional acreage, undermining a more sustainable growth in output. The outlook on the downstream sector is broadly bullish, supported by ongoing fuel price liberalisation, lower-cost crude feedstock and an expanding market domestically.
 
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South Korea Power Report Q3 2015

South Korea Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
The outlook for South Korea's renewables industry remains muted, despite the recent announcement of the government's clean energy investment plan. The country's challenging regulatory environment for renewables and the availability of cheaper sources of power, notably nuclear and coal, will undermine investment into the sector.
 
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Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Turkey Power Report Q3 2015

Turkey Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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South Africa Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

South Africa Oil and Gas Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Zambia Power Report Q3 2015

Zambia Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
The outlook for Zambia's power sector is generally positive. After decades of underinvestment by the Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO) the government has responded to the demands of the mining and manufacturing sectors to galvanize the development of new generating capacity. A number of coal-fired and hydropower stations are under development and close to completion, sufficient to cover Zambia's needs and allow for significant volumes of exports.
 
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Angola Power Report Q3 2015

Angola Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
The government is investing heavily in rehabilitating the country's antiquated power sector, with a focus on distribution systems and generating capacity, especially hydropower and oil. Demand for electricity will grow rapidly due to rapid economic and population growth. However, risks remain, such as corruption and a lack of transparency in tendering, while the lack of a robust regulatory framework will limit the opportunity to exploit new forms of energy.
 
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