2012 Updated Overview of Mozambique's Electricity Industry

The Coal and Gas Rush in Mozambique Will Increase the Electricity Demand in the Country

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The Mozambican electricity demand is set to grow rapidly. This is due to large natural gas finds and the exportation of coal in 2012. Mozambique's GDP is expected to grow at close to 8.0 percent till 2017. Transmission and distribution infrastructure is the greatest restraint in the electricity industry and a new 'Transmission Backbone' is needed that connects the Cahora Bassa dam in the north with the Mozambican capital, Maputo, in the south. This project is currently in the pipeline and is expected to be completed near the end of the decade.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveMozambican Electricity Industry OverviewIndustry Overview—ScopeIndustry Overview—Key Questions that this Study Will AnswerIndustry Overview—Political and Economic Context Industry Overview—Political and Economic Context (continued)Industry Overview—Political and Economic Context (continued)Industry Overview—Political and Economic Context (continued) Industry Overview—Political and Economic Context (continued) Industry Overview—Key FactsIndustry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key Facts (continued)Industry Overview—Key StakeholdersIndustry Overview—Key Stakeholders (continued)Industry Overview—Key Stakeholders (continued)Industry Overview—Regulatory StructureIndustry Overview—Regulatory Structure (continued)Industry Overview—Electricity TariffsIndustry Overview—Electricity Tariffs (continued)Industry Overview—Renewable EnergyIndustry Overview—Renewable Energy (continued)Industry Overview—Renewable Energy (continued)Industry Overview—Feedstock AnalysisIndustry Overview—Feedstock Analysis (continued)Industry Overview—Rural ElectrificationIndustry Overview—Rural Electrification (continued)External Challenges: Drivers and RestraintsDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Power InfrastructurePower Infrastructure—GenerationPower Infrastructure—Generation (continued)Power Infrastructure—Generation (continued)Power Infrastructure—Generation (continued)Power Infrastructure—TransmissionPower Infrastructure—Transmission (continued)Power Infrastructure—Transmission (continued)Power Infrastructure—DistributionPower Infrastructure—Pipeline of Generation ProjectsPower Infrastructure—Pipeline of Generation Projects (continued)Power Infrastructure—Pipeline of Generation Projects (continued)Power Infrastructure—Pipeline of Generation Projects (continued)Power Infrastructure—Pipeline of Generation Projects (continued)Power Infrastructure—Pipeline of Transmission and Distribution ProjectsPower Infrastructure—Pipeline of Transmission and Distribution Projects (continued)Power Infrastructure—Pipeline of Transmission and Distribution Projects (continued)Forecasts and TrendsMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecasts and Trends—Demand Supply ComparisonForecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand Supply Comparison (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Demand and Supply ForecastForecasts and Trends—Demand and Supply Forecast (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Industry RevenueForecasts and Trends—Key Investment OpportunitiesForecasts and Trends—Key Investment Opportunities (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Key Investment Opportunities (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Key Investment Opportunities (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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