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Power sector construction in Russia 2014.Development forecasts for 2014-2019

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俄羅斯的發電市場上建築:發展預測 Power sector construction in Russia 2014.Development forecasts for 2014-2019
出版日期: 2014年04月30日 內容資訊: 英文 148 Pages


第1章 調查手法

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 電力市場概要

  • 電力市場結構
  • 實際成果、資料
  • 促進能源市場上電力建築開發的主要趨勢
  • 電力市場所面臨的開發課題

第4章 電力市場上的建築概要

  • 電力市場上的建築近幾年的發展、展望
  • 競爭情形
  • 能源市場上建設市場的需求展望
  • 障礙、課題

第5章 電力網概要

  • 電力電網市場近幾年的發展、展望
  • 促進電力電網市場上電力建築開發的主要趨勢

第6章 烏克蘭的通訊市場

  • 舊發電設備的封閉預定
  • 計劃預定

第7章 核能計劃

第8章 水力計劃

第9章 再生能源計劃

第10章 主要能源市場投資企業簡介

  • Rosenergoatom
  • RusHydro
  • Gazprom Energoholding
  • Inter RAO UES
  • E.ON Russia
  • IES-Holding
  • Fortum
  • Siberian Generating Company
  • Quadra Power Generation
  • Enel OGK-5
  • TGC-2
  • Russian Grids Company

第11章 能源市場上主要建設業者簡介

  • E4 Group
  • Technopromexport
  • Quartz Group
  • Energoproject
  • Sevzapenergomontazh
  • TEK Mosenergo
  • Construction Group VIS

第12章 圖

第13章 表格

第14章 關於PMR



This document describes the Russian energy market in detail in terms of size, scope, value and increased activity due to new projects aimed at meeting the country's growing demand for energy (predicted as 50% by 2030).

It provides complete studies of the investments and companies involved in expanding power generation capacity in Russia, specifically the conventional, hydropower and nuclear segments of the market.

The report explores the opportunities for growth and the obstacles to power generation construction as well as the financing options available for new construction and renovation projects.

Benefit from comprehensive coverage of the changing energy market

High tech power generation solutions are changing the prospects for new construction and renovation. Learn about planned projects and more in this report, including:

  • Size, value and plans for expansion of Russia's large and diverse energy market
  • Comparison of current capacity for power generation to projected requirements by 2030
  • Investment leaders active in this sector and their most significant ventures
  • Investments in infrastructure upgrade and renovation
  • Specific investment details for the conventional, nuclear and hydro power segments of the market
  • In-depth examination of power construction project financing options
  • Obstacles to successful ventures in energy construction in Russia
  • Activities of top contractors and investors - along with informative company profiles.

This publication offers both in depth and at a glance features, including

  • Complete coverage of power sector construction projects from planning through completion
  • Russian energy market overview containing leading investor profiles
  • Recaps of recently completed power sector construction projects
  • SWOT analysis of this growing segment of the Russian construction market
  • Values of specific projects
  • Investment totals for projects in the thermal, hydroelectric and nuclear power generation segments
  • Predictions regarding the influence of trends and upcoming events on the power sector construction market in Russia.

Selected companies analysed in this report

E.ON, E4 Group, EMAlliance, Enel, Energoproekt, Energopromsbyt, Eurosibenergo, Fortum, Gazprom Energoholding, IES-Holding, Inter RAO, Lukoil, Mitsubishi, Quadra, Quartz, Power Machines, Rosenergoatom, RusHydro, Sevzapenergomontazh, Siberian Generating Company, Siemens, Sintez, TEK Mosenergo, Tekhnopromexport, VIS.

Key questions answered in this report include

  • What is the total value (RUB bn) of upcoming projects in each of the three key market segments - thermal, nuclear and hydroelectric?
  • What is the volume (in MW) of new construction in the planning stages?
  • What are the legalities of investment in power sector projects in Russia?
  • Which will be the primary fuels used in new power sector construction projects?
  • Where will new power construction projects be located? Which portions of the country will benefit most from these new facilities?

Did you know

  • OGKs own state district power plants (SDPPs) that are conventional thermal power plants with a typical installed capacity of 1000-2000 MW.
  • Co-generation plants, with a typical installed capacity of 100-500 MW, producing both electricity and heat are grouped into territorial generating companies.
  • The three largest conventional thermal power plants in Russia are: Surgutskaya SDPP-2 (5.6 GW) owned by E.ON Russia, Reftinskaya SDPP (3.8 GW, Enel OGK-5) and Kostromskaya SDPP (3.6 GW, Inter RAO).
  • Russia has an installed nuclear capacity of about 25,200 MW distributed across 33 nuclear reactors at ten nuclear power plants.
  • The share of renewable energy that comprises geothermal and wind power plants accounts for less than 1% of the total installed capacity.
  • The oldest generating facilities are currently being utilised by hydropower plants, where only 26% of generating capacity was commissioned less than 30 years ago.
  • As of 2013, the network losses were estimated at 10% of total power grid output in Russia.
  • The energy intensity of the country's GDP is two and a half times higher than the world average, and up to three and a half times higher than that of developed countries.

Professionals that depend on this comprehensive document include

  • New and established contractors working in Russia's power construction sector
  • Specialised equipment manufacturers with products in this sector
  • Electrical power production companies
  • Research, analysis and consulting services providers
  • Trade, commerce and power industry organisations
  • Financial services providers with interests in Russia's power construction sector.

This report is most commonly used when

  • Entering the Russian market for power sector construction
  • Developing a new corporate strategy
  • Searching for appropriate investment opportunities
  • Locating partners for potential mergers and/or acquisitions
  • Evaluating current and future demand for power construction equipment, materials and services
  • Monitoring the status of current and upcoming projects
  • Preparing analyses and data summaries of this market for review by executives and shareholders.

Extract from this report

  • The Plan and Programme for the development of Russia's Unified Energy System for the period 2013-2019 (The Plan) forecasts that a total of up to 52 GW of new generating capacity couldhave been completed by the end of 2019.
  • In 2013, a total of 71 power lines with voltage of at least 220 kV were reconstructed and completed, including fourteen 500 kV power lines, one 330 kV line and 56,220 kV lines.
  • The total installed capacity of new power facilities scheduled under CPAs between 2007 and 2017 accounts for 26.7 GW, of which 12.1 GW were activated by the end of 2013.

Market commentary by expert

The Russian power sector is plagued by several problems, notably: high degree of deterioration of generating and distribution assets, high transmission losses, high energy intensity. Most generating capacity is outdated. Two-thirds of the unified energy system's installed capacity is in use for more than 30 years, including nearly 18% was activated at least 50 years ago. Electricity transmission and distribution network, which includes grids and substations, is not in a better shape as well. About 60% of this network has reached the end of its engineered lifespan.

Currently the Ministry of Energy is implementing the Power Sector Modernisation Programme for the period 2013-2019; the initiative calls for the modernisation of outdated facilities, the construction of new generating capacities, and the implementation of energy saving measures based on advanced technologies. The programme outlines plans for a total investment of RUB 3.3tr (€67bn) by 2019. Of this, RUB 1.75tr (€35bn) is to be used on the development of the generating and RUB 1.59tr (€32bn) on high-voltage (above 220 kV) power grid.

Vitalie Iambla, Construction market Analyst

Table of Contents

1. Methodology

2. Executive summary

3. Power sector overview

  • 1. Structure of the power sector
  • 2. Facts and figures
  • 3. Key trends in the energy sector driving power construction development
  • 4. Development challenges facing the power sector 3
    • 1. Lack of coordinated capacity planning and development
    • 2. Privatisation
    • 3. Need for long-term mechanisms to ensure adequate investment in new generating capacity and energy infrastructure
    • 4. Limited connectivity between energy systems within the grid
    • 5. Lack of incentives to push for renewable energy capacity development

4. Power sector construction overview

  • 1. Recent development and outlook for the power sector construction
  • 2. Competitive landscape
  • 3. Demand outlook for energy sector construction market
  • 4. Barriers and challenges 45
    • 1. Perceived optimism in projections for energy consumption growth
    • 2. Limited capabilities of Russian energy generation machinery and equipment suppliers
    • 3. Procedural complexity, ambiguity and non-transparency
    • 4. Insufficient skilled technical resources

5. Power network overview

  • 1. Recent developments and outlook for electricity grid sector
  • 2. Key trends in the power grid sector driving power construction development
    • 1. Ageing grid infrastructure
    • 2. Low efficiency due to power losses
    • 3. Russian government's continued political will to develop the energy network
    • 4. Interstate energy transmission and connectivity

6. Conventional power projects

  • 1. Planned shut down of outdated power units
  • 2. Planned projects

7. Nuclear power projects

  • 1. Planned shut downs of outdated power units
  • 2. Planned projects

8. Hydropower projects

  • 1. Planned shutdowns of out-dated power units
  • 2. Planned projects

9. Renewable energy projects

  • 1. Planned renewable energy sources construction projects in Russia, 2014-2020

10. Major energy market investors profiles

  • 1. Rosenergoatom
  • 2. RusHydro
  • 3. Gazprom Energoholding
  • 4. Inter RAO UES
  • 5. E.ON Russia
  • 6. IES-Holding
  • 7. Fortum
  • 8. Siberian Generating Company
  • 9. Quadra Power Generation
  • 10. Enel OGK-5
  • 11. TGC-2
  • 12. FGC UES
  • 13. Russian Grids Company

11. Profiles of major contractors on the energy market

  • 1. E4 Group
  • 2. Technopromexport
  • 3. Quartz Group
  • 4. Energoproject
  • 5. Sevzapenergomontazh
  • 6. TEK Mosenergo
  • 7. Construction Group VIS

12. List of graphs

13. List of tables

14. About PMR

List of graphs

  • 1. Russian power sector structure 14
  • 2. Structure of installed power generating capacity by generation plants in Russia (%),
  • 3. January 2014 19
  • 4. Generation fuel mix in Russia (%), 2013 20
  • 5. Number of breakdowns in the energy generating sector in Russia, 2010-2011 21
  • 6. Reasons of breakdowns in power generating sector in Russia (%), 2011 22
  • 7. Age of generating facilities in Russia (%), 2013 22
  • 8. Age of the transmission and distribution infrastructure in Russia (%), 2012 23
  • 9. Estimated and predicted aging of transmission power lines in Russia (%), 2008-2017 23
  • 10. Electricity consumption in Russia (billion kWh) and change (%, y-o-y), 2006-2013 24
  • 11. Demand for electricity in Russia ('000 kWh), 2010-2030 25
  • 12. Power consumption in Russia, by sector (%), 2011 25
  • 13. Demand for generation capacity in the areas of centralised energy supply in Russia, by development scenario (GW), 2011-2030 26
  • 14. Energy intensity of GDP at constant purchasing power parities, by country, koe in 2005 constant prices ($) 27
  • 15. Comparison of electricity prices in Rusia and other nine countries, by type of consumer (RUB/kWh), October 2013 27
  • 16. New capacity planned for commissioning in Russia under CPAs (GW), 2014-2017 29
  • 17. Levelised cost of electricity in Russia ($/Mwh), 2020 at 2010 prices 36
  • 18. New power generation capacity commissioned in Russia within the Unified Energy System (MW), 2000-2013 37
  • 19. New power generation capacity activated in Russia by type of agreement (MW), 2007-2013 37
  • 20. New power generation capacity commissioned in Russia within the Unified Energy System (MW), 2010-2013
  • 21. Investment in development of Russia?s power sector (RUB bn), 2000-2013
  • 22. Investment in development of Russia?s power sector, by segment (RUB bn), 2007-2013
  • 23. Generating capacity to be completed in Russia within the Development of Russia?s Unified Energy System, by probability of implementation (MW), 2013-2019
  • 24. Generating capacity to be completed in Russia, by type of plant (MW), 2013-2019
  • 25. Installed power generating capacity (GW), consumption (million kWh) and maximum load of installed capacity (GW) in Russia, 1990-2020
  • 26. Generating capacity highly probable to be completed in Russia, by company (%), 2013-2019
  • 27. Market share by the number of awarded contracts by FSK UES for the construction of power supply network facilities in Russia (%), 2011-2012
  • 28. Age profile of power transmission lines in Russia (%), as of 1 January 2012
  • 29. Duration of outages per consumer (minutes) in Russia, comparing to France and Italy, 2010
  • 30. Number of outages per consumer in Russia, comparing to France and Italy, 2010
  • 31. Losses of power grids in Russia (% of grid output), 2005-2013
  • 32. Planned decommissioning of thermal power plants in Russia (million kW), 2010-2030
  • 33. Breakdown of proposed TPP generation capacity, by fuel type (%), 2011-2030
  • 34. Breakdown of proposed capacity, by type of power plants (million kW), 2011-2030
  • 35. Power generating capacity to be commissioned in TPPs in Russia (MW), 2013-2019
  • 36. NPP generating capacity preserved through extended life service (MW), 2009-2015
  • 37. Generating capacity to be commissioned at HPPs in Russia (MW), 2013-2019
  • 38. Installed capacity of renewable energy projects accepted to participate on the competitive bidding of the wholesale market capacity in Russia, by type of project (GW), cumulative result, 2013-2020
  • 39. Gazprom Energoholding investment programme structure (RUB bn), 2007-2016
  • 40. Inter RAO UES Group mid-term investment programme structure (RUB bn), 2013-2017
  • 41. Enel investment programme (RUB bn), 2013-2017
  • 42. Structure of Enel investment programme (%), 2013-2017
  • 43. FGC UES investment programme (RUB bn), 2014-2019
  • 44. FGC UES investment programme, by type of project (RUB bn, %), 2014-2019
  • 45. Planned development of new FGC UES power transmission lines (km) and transformer capacity (MVA) in Russia, 2014-2019

List of tables

  • 1. Territorial generating companies in Russia, 2013
  • 2. Wholesale generating companies in Russia, 2013
  • 3. Nuclear power plants in operation in Russia, March 2014
  • 4. Hydropower stations with installed capacity of more than 1,000 MW in Russia, 2013
  • 5. Target levels for the technical advancement of Russia's power sector, 2010-2030
  • 6. New capacity (over 25 MW) completed in Russia (MW), 2013
  • 7. Generating capacity to be commissioned in Russia (MW), 2013-2019
  • 8. Investment in energy generating capacity in Russia (RUB bn), 2013-2019
  • 9. Generating capacity additional schedule under CPA for individual companies, 2012-2017
  • 10. Grid infrastructure and facilities commissioned in Russia (MVA, km), 2010-2013
  • 11. Key power lines with voltage of 500 kV built and reconstructed in Russia, 2013
  • 12. Overhead lines and transformer equipment with voltage of at least 220 kV planned for Russia (km, MVA), 2013-2019
  • 13. Investment in power grid infrastructure in Russia (RUB m), 2013-2019
  • 14. Wear level and age profile of power transmission lines in Russia (%), as of January 2012
  • 15. Wear level of transformers of 110 kV and above used in FSK UES substations (% of total amount), as of 1 January 2012
  • 16. Large power grid infrastructure development projects in Russia, 2014-2019
  • 17. Thermal power plants installed capacity with a high probability to be decommissioned in Russia (MW), 2013-2019
  • 18. TPPs facilities that do not comply with minimum technical requirements to participate in the wholesale capacity market (MW), 2013-2016
  • 19. Proposed commissioning of thermal power plants in the area of centralised energy supply in Russia (million kW), 2011-2030
  • 20. Major thermal power capacity upgrade and construction projects in Russia, 2014-2020
  • 21. Planned shutdowns of outdated nuclear power units in Russia, 2013-2019
  • 22. Recommended commissioning of nuclear power generating capacity in Russia (GW), 2011-2030
  • 23. Major planned nuclear power construction projects in Russia, 2014-2020
  • 24. Installed capacity of hydro power plants in Russia, by development scenario (GW), 2012-2035
  • 25. Major planned hydro power capacity upgrade and construction projects in Russia, 2014-2020
  • 26. Recommended renewable energy new generation volumes in Russia (MW), 2014-2020
  • 27. Recently announced RES projects in Russia
  • 28. Nuclear power plants operated by Rosenergoatom, by number of reactors and installed capacity, 2013
  • 29. Nuclear power generating units under construction in Russia, April 2014
  • 30. RusHydro's investment programme (RUB m), 2014-2018
  • 31. Gazprom Energoholding investment projects, 2014-2017
  • 32. Structure of Inter RAO UES, Q1 2014
  • 33. Inter RAO UES Group investment projects, 2013-2015
  • 34. Inter RAO UES Group mid-term investment programme (RUB m), 2013-2017
  • 35. E.ON Russia investment projects, 2007-2015
  • 36. IES-Holding investment projects, 2014-2016
  • 37. Fortum Russia investment projects, 2011-2015
  • 38. SGC investment projects, 2009-2014
  • 39. Quadra Power Generation branches in Russian regions, 2013
  • 40. Quadra investment projects, 2009-2015
  • 41. TGC-2 investment projects, 2010-2014
  • 42. Consolidated investment programme of Russian Grids Company (RUB m), 2014-2017
  • 43. Subsidiaries of E4 Group, 2013
  • 44. Major ongoing and completed projects of E4 Group, 2013
  • 45. Technopromexport - major projects, 2013
  • 46. Major projects of Quartz Group, 2013
  • 47. Major projects of Energoprojekt, 2013
  • 48. Major projects of Sevzapenergomontazh, 2014
  • 49. Major projects of Construction Group VIS, 2013
  • 50. Power sector construction in Russia 2014
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