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市場調查報告書

東非的能源市場

East Africa Energy

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 340888
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 95 Pages
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東非的能源市場 East Africa Energy
出版日期: 2015年05月25日 內容資訊: 英文 95 Pages
簡介

坦尚尼亞、肯亞、衣索比亞、盧安達4個國家,是在東非地區尤其達成迅速經濟發展的國家,能源相關的投資也開始集中。各國以中所得國目標進行經濟開發之中,城市人口的增加和烴資源的發現,現代形態的能源 (電力、天然氣等) 的需求擴大等要素,促進各國的社會、經濟轉換。石油、天然氣、水力、風力、地熱,在東非主要的初級能源上,今後10∼15年預計擴大到總合4∼5萬MW份的設備容量。在金融、技術等領域,預期民營企業加入,還有透過域內各國間的電力網的互相連接,產生實際活用域內潛在能源資源的機會。另一方面,貧乏的能源基礎設施和人力資源不足,不合適的資金來源等,成為今後的市場成長的瓶頸。

本報告提供東非各國 (坦尚尼亞、肯亞、衣索比亞、盧安達) 的能源產業相關分析、各國的經濟結構和能源政策、各能源來源的市場結構與趨勢、今後發展預測、市場機會調查、考察。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

  • 本報告的問題認知
  • 分析範圍
  • 東非地區的經濟展望
  • 東非地區的能源市場概要
  • 推動市場要素
  • 阻礙市場要素

第3章 坦尚尼亞

  • 國家概要
  • GDP及經濟形勢
  • 能源政策概要
  • 能源政策、規定
  • 電力產業現狀
  • 石油產業現狀 (原油、天然氣)
  • 天然氣運輸基礎設施
  • 石油探勘許可證的發行情形
  • 煤炭產業現狀
  • 地熱發電現況
  • 風力、太陽能光電發電現況
  • 生質能源/水力發電現況
  • 能源開發的市場機會

第4章 肯亞

第5章 衣索比亞

第6章 盧安達

第7章 結論

  • 東非地區的能源產業的未來展望
  • 東非地區的潛在發電量
  • 東非區域內的能源貿易

第8章 結論

第9章 附錄

第10章 關於Frost&Sullivan

目錄
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The East African Renaissance and the Resultant Energy Opportunities

Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Rwanda are key economies in the fast-growing East African region, which is emerging as a hotbed for energy-related investments. The expanding urban population, hydrocarbon discoveries, and the growinag demand for modern energy forms, such as electricity and natural gas, will drive a socio-economic transformation wherein countries will look to achieve a middle income economy status over the next decade. Oil, natural gas, coal, hydropower, wind, and geothermal will be the major sources of primary energy for these countries. Over the next 10-15 years, the aforementioned 4 countries are expected to add anywhere between 40,000 MW and 50,000 MW to their installed generation capacity, while hydrocarbon trade will benefit the economies of Tanzania, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Private sector participation through finance and technology, as well as regional energy interconnections, are critical to realising the true potential of the existing energy reserves. Poor infrastructure facilities, the lack of competent local human capital, and inadequate financing sources are significant bottlenecks to energy development in the region.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What is the economic scenario and what is the sector-wise GDP contribution in the respective target countries?
  • What are the policies that drive energy sector development in the target economies?
  • What is the landscape for primary energy consumption in the countries covered in this study?
  • What is the current status of energy resources, such as coal, oil and gas, electricity, and renewable energy, in the target economies?
  • What potential opportunities lie untapped for investment in the energy sector in the target countries?
  • What factors are critical to energy sector development in the countries covered in this research service?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1. Key Findings
  • 2. Key Findings (continued)

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 1. Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • 2. East Africa Energy-Scope of the Study
  • 3. East Africa Energy-Economic Outlook
  • 4. East Africa Energy-Regional Overview
  • 5. East Africa Energy-Drivers
  • 6. Drivers Explained
  • 7. Drivers Explained (continued)
  • 8. Drivers Explained (continued)
  • 9. Drivers Explained (continued)
  • 10. East Africa Energy-Restraints
  • 11. Restraints Explained
  • 12. Restraints Explained (continued)
  • 13. Restraints Explained (continued)
  • 14. Restraints Explained (continued)

3. TANZANIA

  • 1. Tanzania-Country Overview
  • 2. Tanzania-GDP and Economy
  • 3. Tanzania-Overview of the Energy Sector
  • 4. Tanzania-Energy Policy and Regulation
  • 5. Tanzania-Energy Policy and Regulation (continued)
  • 6. Tanzania-Status of the Electricity Industry
  • 7. Tanzania-Status of the Petroleum Industry (Oil and Natural Gas)
  • 8. Tanzania-Natural Gas Transmission Infrastructure
  • 9. Tanzania-Status of Petroleum Exploration Licensing
  • 10. Tanzania-Status of the Coal Industry
  • 11. Tanzania-Status of Geothermal Energy
  • 12. Tanzania-Status of Wind and Solar Energy
  • 13. Tanzania-Status of Biomass Energy and Hydropower
  • 14. Tanzania-Opportunities for Energy Development

4. KENYA

  • 1. Kenya-Country Overview
  • 2. KenyaGDP and Economy
  • 3. Kenya-Overview of the Energy Sector
  • 4. Kenya-Energy Policy and Regulation
  • 5. Kenya-Energy Policy and Regulation (continued)
  • 6. Kenya-Status of the Electricity Industry
  • 7. Kenya-Status of the Petroleum Industry (Oil and Natural Gas)
  • 8. Kenya-Status of Petroleum Exploration Licensing
  • 9. Kenya-Status of the Coal Industry
  • 10. Kenya-Status of the Coal Industry (Mining Blocks)
  • 11. Kenya-Status of Geothermal Energy
  • 12. Kenya-Status of Wind and Solar Energy
  • 13. Kenya-Status of Biomass Energy and Hydropower
  • 14. Kenya-Opportunities for Energy Development

5. ETHIOPIA

  • 1. Ethiopia-Country Overview
  • 2. EthiopiaGDP and Economy
  • 3. Ethiopia-Overview of the Energy Sector
  • 4. Ethiopia-Energy Policy and Regulation
  • 5. Ethiopia-Status of the Electricity Industry
  • 6. Ethiopia-Status of the Petroleum Industry (Oil and Natural Gas)
  • 7. Ethiopia-Status of Petroleum Exploration Licensing
  • 8. Ethiopia-Status of the Coal Industry
  • 9. EthiopiaStatus of Geothermal Energy
  • 10. Ethiopia-Status of Wind Energy
  • 11. Ethiopia-Status of Solar Energy
  • 12. Ethiopia-Status of Hydropower
  • 13. Ethiopia-Opportunities for Energy Development

6. RWANDA

  • 1. Rwanda-Country Overview
  • 2. Rwanda-GDP and Economy
  • 3. RwandaOverview of the Energy Sector
  • 4. Rwanda-Energy Policy and Regulation
  • 5. Rwanda-Energy Policy and Regulation (continued)
  • 6. Rwanda-Status of the Electricity Industry
  • 7. Rwanda-Status of the Petroleum Industry (Oil and Natural Gas)
  • 8. Rwanda-Status of Geothermal Energy
  • 9. RwandaStatus of Biomass and Solar Energy
  • 10. Rwanda-Status of Hydropower and Peat Reserves
  • 11. Rwanda-Opportunities for Energy Development

7. CONCLUSION

  • 1. East Africa Energy-The Regional Perspective
  • 2. East Africa Energy-Power Generation Potential
  • 3. East Africa Energy-Regional Trade
  • 4. East Africa Energy-Regional Trade (continued)

8. THE LAST WORD

  • 1. The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer

9. APPENDIX

  • 1. Abbreviations
  • 2. Data Sources

10. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

  • 1. The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • 2. Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
  • 3. Global Perspective
  • 4. Industry Convergence
  • 5. 360° Research Perspective
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