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中東、北非的電力產業 (季度更新)

Middle East And North Africa Power Report Q4 2017

出版商 BMI Research 商品編碼 359419
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 42 Pages
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中東、北非的電力產業 (季度更新) Middle East And North Africa Power Report Q4 2017
出版日期: 2017年09月20日 內容資訊: 英文 42 Pages

本報告提供中東、北非的電力產業調查分析,以今後10年預測為焦點,提供產業分析,各地區的預測分析,產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI) 、產業趨勢等系統性資訊。


  • BMI分析


  • 中東、非洲:地區概要

產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI)


  • 阿拉伯聯合大公國
  • 伊朗
  • 沙烏地阿拉伯


Product Code: 2398-0869

BMI View: Gas will remain the dominant fuel in the MENA power mix over our forecast period and we expect the fuel to account for 72% of the total power generation mix in 2026. Despite efforts in some select markets to build out renewables capacity, several countries in the region depend on gas as the primary baseload fuel - while markets like Saudi Arabia are ramping up gas usage to diversify away from oil-fired generation.

The completion of gas power projects over the next two years - in the form of three 4.8GW facilities - will cement the importance of gas-fired power generation in the Egyptian electricity mix. The increasing availability of domestic feedstock through the commissioning of the Zohr gas field in stages between 2017 and 2019 will be instrumental in supporting power generation from domestically sourced feedstock, and we expect increasing gas production to weaken the government's resolve to diversify the power mix.

Table of Contents

BMI Industry View

  • Table: Headline Power Forecasts (MENA (Region) 2016-2021)

Regional Forecast Analysis

  • Regional Overview

Industry Risk Reward Index

  • MENA Industry Risk/Reward Index

Industry Trends

  • United Arab Emirates - Dubai To Spearhead Smart Distributed Solar Push
  • Kuwait - Gas Investment To Lessen Import Dependence
  • United Arab Emirates - Barakah To Come Online By 2020 Despite Delays
  • Egypt - Gas To Remain Main Focus Of Power Expansion Plan
  • Morocco - Coal To Remain Backbone Of Power Mix


  • Table: Glossary Of Terms


  • Methodology And Sources
  • Industry Forecast Methodology
  • Sources
  • Power Risk/Reward Index Methodology
    • Table: Indicators - Explanation and Sources
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