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Israel Power Report Q1 2016

Israel Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Feb 3 2016

BMI View: During the period 2016 until 2024, BMI forecasts Israel's total power output will increase from
68.55TWh to 96.91TWh, equivalent to a year-on-year (y-o-y) average growth rate of 4.44%. Increasingly,
natural gas will play a more dominant role in the country's power makeup, as the government seeks to
capitalise on the enormous Tamar and Leviathan gas finds made off its coasts during 2009 and 2010
respectively.
For many commentators, the gas discoveries represent both a blessing and a curse for Israel. Yes, readily

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Netherlands Power Report Q2 2016

Netherlands Power Report Q2 2016

Date Published: Feb 3 2016

BMI View: The Netherlands has a relatively mature power sector, that will experience slow power
generation growth over the next five years as new capacity is offset by older power plants being phased out.
The majority of growth will come from renewable power, especially wind farms, as the government tries to
reduce emissions.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
■ Very little generation growth is expected in the Netherlands, as the addition of new power plants is offset

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Venezuela Power Report Q2 2016

Venezuela Power Report Q2 2016

Date Published: Feb 3 2016

BMI View: Venezuela's power sector continues to struggle under high demand with extensive outages
caused by ageing infrastructure and a lack of sufficient capacity. With oil revenues falling, extensive
subsidies and a generally uninspiring economic environment, we do not expect to see any significant
investment, either public of private, in power infrastructure in the short- to medium-term. As such our
forecasts for growth in generation and capacity remain broadly unchanged this quarter. Over the longer

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South Africa Power Report Q1 2016

South Africa Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: Our negative outlook for South Africa's power sector continues to remain in place this quarter.
Inefficient existing generation capacity, a lack of investment, delays to project commissioning and the
precarious financial situation of Eskom show little sign of abating over the short- to- medium-term. On a
more positive note, we highlight that South Africa's power plant and transmission grid infrastructure will
continue to offer investment opportunities over our forecast period and beyond, thanks to a buoyant

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South Korea Power Report Q1 2016

South Korea Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: 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.
We forecast overall power generation to grow at an average of 3.6% a year between 2015 and 2024,
reaching 761.4 terawatt hours (TWh) by the end of the period. While coal- and gas-fired generation will

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Spain Power Report Q1 2016

Spain Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: Spain has a mature power market which benefits from an extensive transmission and
distribution network, including multiple interconnections with neighbouring states, and a diversified energy
mix. The regulatory environment has been clarified in recent years, creating a more secure operating
environment though we note ongoing government austerity measures have reduced the attractiveness of
investment in new capacity. Non-hydropower renewables, which already account for around a quarter of

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Switzerland Power Report Q1 2016

Switzerland Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: Switzerland has an extensive national power grid, focused primarily upon hydropower and
nuclear power generation. The country has committed to phasing out nuclear power, which currently
accounts for around 16% of installed capacity and over 38% of generation, by 2034 which could jeopardise
domestic energy security leaving Switzerland more reliant upon regional energy imports. As such, we
expect to see more development in the non-hydropower renewables sector over our ten year forecast period,

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Austria Power Report Q1 2016

Austria Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: The focus of the Austrian power sector is increasingly on the development of renewable energy,
supported by ambitious government targets and generous subsidies and feed-in-tariffs. Thermal energy will
see more limited investment, in part due to falling regional energy prices which is dampening investor
interest, although we do expect to see some growth in natural gas generation which will offset the
contraction in coal and oil over the forecast period and provide a balancing load service as renewables
output grows.

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Iran Power Report Q1 2016

Iran Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

The signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between the Iranian government and the PG+1,
comprised of the five permanent members of the Security Council and Germany, an agreement aimed at
bringing an end to sanctions on Iran through agreement on the country's nuclear programme, has
precipitated considerable activity among foreign investors looking to take advantage of the country's
considerable market for electricity, both in terms of domestic supply and export.

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Qatar Power Report Q1 2016

Qatar Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: Qatar's power sector is growing rapidly as new generation and capacity is brought online in
order to keep up with ever-rising demand, driven by extensive public investment in new infrastructure
projects and rapid population growth. The country benefits from enormous natural gas reserves which, as
well as being a key export, provides the fuel for almost the entirety of the domestic energy mix. While we do
expect to see some limited renewable energy capacity enter the mix from 2016 onwards, natural-gas will

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Slovakia Power Report Q1 2016

Slovakia Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 27 2016

BMI View: The short-term outlook for Slovakia's power sector is relatively weak, with declining output
from thermal and coal generation leading to an overall contraction in total generation in 2015. The
expansion of nuclear power does mean, however, that from 2016 onwards we expect to see substantial
increases in total generation in Slovakia, with nuclear generation expected to increase by nearly a quarter
in 2016 alone. The power infrastructure project pipeline remains dominated by nuclear power at present,

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United States Subsea Thermal Insulation Material Industry 2016 Market Research Report

United States Subsea Thermal Insulation Material Industry 2016 Market Research Report

Date Published: Jan 25 2016

The United States Subsea Thermal Insulation Material Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Subsea Thermal Insulation Material industry.

The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Subsea Thermal Insulation Material market analysis is provided for the United States markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.

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Global Electrically Conductive Adhesive Consumption 2016 Market Research Report

Global Electrically Conductive Adhesive Consumption 2016 Market Research Report

Date Published: Jan 25 2016

The Global Electrically Conductive Adhesive Consumption 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Electrically Conductive Adhesive market.

First, the report provides a basic overview of the Electrically Conductive Adhesive industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. And development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures.

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Global Electrolytic Capacitor Paper Consumption 2016 Market Research Report

Global Electrolytic Capacitor Paper Consumption 2016 Market Research Report

Date Published: Jan 25 2016

The Global Electrolytic Capacitor Paper Consumption 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Electrolytic Capacitor Paper market.

First, the report provides a basic overview of the Electrolytic Capacitor Paper industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. And development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures.

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Philippines Power Report Q1 2016

Philippines Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: We expect 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.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
Notwithstanding the adverse effects that linger from Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines in late

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Russia Power Report Q1 2016

Russia Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: A weak economic outlook, a weakened rouble and tight credit conditions in Russia will continue
to halt utility investments in new domestic power capacity. In addition, a sustained period of contraction in
the manufacturing sector will curb growth in electricity consumption. Diversifying energy export markets
away from the West will see opportunites opening up towards China and Saudi Arabia, among others.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends

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United Arab Emirates Power Report Q1 2016

United Arab Emirates Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: Our forecast for the UAE power sector remains bullish over the next decade, driven by the UAE
government's efforts to expand its power capacity. As corroborated by recent developments, we continue to
expect the UAE to focus on expanding its nascent nuclear and solar industries, which will result in these
two sectors making a much greater contribution to the country's electricity capacity and generation mix
over our forecast period. While solar and nuclear gain traction, the role of natural gas in the power mix

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Canada Power Report Q1 2016

Canada Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: The election of Justin Trudeau as Canada's prime minister and the introduction of a strategy to
curb carbon emissions in Alberta will strengthen Canada's shift away from coal-fired power and towards
renewables and natural gas-fired power generation over the coming decade. Hydropower will remain the
dominant technology in Canada's power mix through 2024, due to a vast pipeline of large-scale projects
planned and under construction.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends

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Czech Republic Power Report Q1 2016

Czech Republic Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: This quarter our view on the Czech power market remains largely unchanged, while concerns
over the country's energy security and carbon emissions profile move to the forefront. The future of nuclear
and renewables in the country looks increasingly uncertain as the development of sources experienced
setbacks and questions about Czech energy security and its emissions profile are becoming more
pronounced. With ageing domestic capacity scheduled to come offline over the coming two decades and EU

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Germany Power Report Q1 2016

Germany Power Report Q1 2016

Date Published: Jan 20 2016

BMI View: Germany will not diverge from its renewable-focused energy policy trajectory - meaning
thermal capacity will continue to be squeezed out of the market due to low wholesale electricity prices and
unattractive margins. We expect more financial pain for utilities like E.ON and RWE, while uncertainty
over who will shoulder the vast cost of decommissioning existing nuclear capacity will ensure the energy
transition remains highly politicised.
■ Germany will continue to register rapid growth in renewable-based electricity generation and we reiterate

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