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Brazil Power Report Q2 2015

Brazil Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
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Cambodia and Laos Power Report Q2 2015

Cambodia and Laos Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
The major players in Asian power supply are clamouring to invest in Cambodia, with the result that huge capacity expansion can be expected from around 2015, as hydro-, gas- and coal-based schemes are introduced. This should leave the country with plentiful spare generation. Neighbouring Vietnam, which will finance a number of power projects, plans to make good use of Cambodia's potential export capability, as does Thailand if a major coal-fired scheme comes to fruition.
 
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Chile Power Report Q2 2015

Chile Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Chile will remain one of the most attractive power markets in Latin America over the next 10 years due to its strong electricity consumption growth, driven by the country's expanding manufacturing sector and energy intensive mining industry. A stable business environment and liberalised electricity sector will continue to support investment in new power capacity, strengthening our upbeat forecast for growth in electricity generation.
 
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Nordics Power Report Q2 2015

Nordics Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
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Pakistan Power Report Q2 2015

Pakistan Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
The adoption of net metering in Pakistan will not only drive the expansion of the country's domestic solar industry, but also help to alleviate the domestic power shortfall. Solar is set to play an increasingly important role in the country's power mix over the coming decade as it presents a viable alternative to conventional fuels.
 
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Turkey Power Report Q2 2015

Turkey Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
This quarter we have extended our forecast to 2024. This notwithstanding, we maintain our view that Turkey's position in the region as a key power market over the coming decade will get increasingly more important, accounting for nearly one-fifth of the CEE's total capacity by 2024. We expect power demand in Turkey to be robust over the coming decade, given the high levels of investment being channelled into its power sector, the country's capacity expansion plans and its improving economic outlook.
 
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United Kingdom Power Report Q2 2015

United Kingdom Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
An unpredictable shift to a multi-party political system following the 2015 general election will cloud UK energy policy and risks undermining investment in much-needed new power capacity. The successful completion of the UK's first capacity auction creates some upside to our forecasts over the long term, but fears of a capacity crunch will persist until this comes into effect in 2018/2019.
 
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Norway Power Report Q2 2015

Norway Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
Norway is a very mature market, and BMI therefore does not expect to see much growth in consumption, generation or new capacity over our forecast period to 2024. Hydropower and wind generation, especially offshore, are set to grow the most, as Norway replaces its aging hydropower capacity.
 
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Russia Power Report Q2 2015

Russia Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
There is little to like about the Russian utilities market and weak electricity demand, a severe economic contraction and tightening credit conditions will weigh on domestic and foreign power companies over 2015. Ratings downgrades and aggressive monetary tightening will heighten financing costs for domestic players, while foreign companies will repatriate profits rather than invest capital.
 
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Thailand Power Report Q2 2015

Thailand Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
We forecast electricity generation in Thailand to grow by 2.8% in 2015, relatively similar to growth in 2014. Meanwhile, we have moderated our long-term electricity generation forecasts for the country. This is because Thailand continues to experience challenges in procuring gas supplies and is clearly moving towards increasing its reliance on electricity imports.
 
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Malaysia Power Report Q2 2015

Malaysia Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
The Malaysian power sector is set to grow at a slower rate in 2015 than in preceding years as we expect no thermal projects to be completed in that year. However, we expect sector growth to accelerate after 2015 as most of the major thermal projects being developed in Malaysia for completion after 2015 are on schedule. We forecast electricity generation in Malaysia to grow by 3.6% in 2015.
 
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Venezuela Power Report Q2 2015

Venezuela Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
Venezuela's power market will continue to suffer from severe infrastructure inefficiencies and unreliable electricity supply over our 10-year forecast period, as lower oil export revenues - due to falling oil prices - will constrain public investment into the power sector. Given the high dependence of the market on public spending, a cut in the 2015 budget for Venezuela's power ministry supports our view and increases the risk of power shortages for the country's downstream oil sector.
 
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Kenya Power Report Q1 2015

Kenya Power Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
Kenya's power sector is set to change dramatically over the forecast period to 2023, with hydropower to lose its dominant share of the power mix. The country is investing heavily in geothermal, wind and solar, and a number of coal-fired and gas-fired facilities are due to come online this decade. As a result, power generation will more than double, to 19.1TWh in 2023.
 
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Mexico Power Report Q2 2015

Mexico Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
We maintain our bright outlook for Mexico's power sector, premised on the liberalisation of the Mexican power and hydrocarbon markets and the country's positive macroeconomic trajectory. We forecast total power generation to rise by 3.4% in 2015 and we expect it to expand by an annual average of 3.5% until 2024, driven by growing private investment in the generation and transmission segments as a result of the power sector's reform implementation.
 
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Mozambique Power Report Q1 2015

Mozambique Power Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
Mozambique is one of the most attractive markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. The economy is growing rapidly, and the government has liberalised the country's investment laws, providing an enabling environment for exploiting Mozambique's abundant energy the resources. However, barriers to investment remain, including high levels of corruption and low-level political instability.
 
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Peru Power Report Q2 2015

Peru Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
We maintain our bright outlook for Peru's power sector and we expect total power generation to grow by an average annual rate of 4.96% between 2015 and 2024. The energy-intensive mining sector, a sound business environment and an expanding consumer base will continue to drive economic growth in Peru - and by extension fast power consumption growth.
 
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Zambia Power Report Q1 2015

Zambia Power Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 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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Argentina Power Report Q2 2015

Argentina Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Argentina's power generation grew by 5.3% in 2014, as the Atucha II nuclear plant went online after years of delays - a crucial step in the government's ambitious nuclear expansion plan. Nevertheless, the country continues to suffer from poor power infrastructure and insufficient installed capacity, as highlighted by an agreement to start importing Bolivian power by the end of 2015.
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Poland Power Report Q2 2015

Poland Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Coal will retain its central role in Poland's electricity generation mix - with the government focused on ensuring electricity prices remain low and bolstering energy security in the face of Russian aggression in Europe. In the run up to the 2015 general election, we expect the Polish government will seek to intervene directly in the power market to drive investment into new capacity, achieve its strategic aims and boost its poll ratings.
 
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Qatar Power Report Q1 2015

Qatar Power Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
The Qatari power sector is set for strong growth over the coming decade as the government continues to spend heavily on new infrastructure projects, while domestic energy consumption continues to grow. There is no sign of a let-up in government spending on the horizon, particularly as the emirate gears up for the FIFA World Cup in 2022. With the economy in good shape, and demand for power likely to continue rising over the next few years, the electricity sector is in good stead.
 
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