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17 May 2012  |  Africa

Municipal Waste to Energy

The necessary public sector move to a sustainable future

This Research Service analyses the current (2011) South African municipal solid waste to energy landscape. Major metropolitan municipalities (eThekwini Municipality, City of Johannesburg, City of Tshwane, City of Cape Town and Mangaung Municipality) were interviewed. Views were obtained regarding the status quo, relevant drivers and restraints, str...

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19 Jul 2012  |  Africa

The Emerging Cogeneration Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

Where is Cogeneration being Utilised?

This study highlights a few key areas where cogeneration is being successfully utilised in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is a small market but one that is proving to be valuable for those industries that are able to make use of heat and electricity and those that have large amounts of waste product that can be used as feedstock. This however also highli...

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27 Jul 2012  |  Africa

Strategic Implications of Shale Gas Development in South African Power Generation Sector

Benefits and Dangers of the Fracking Saga in the Karoo

This research service provides a strategic analysis of the implications of shale gas development in South Africa. The research service explores the market drivers, restraints, and challenges from a cost benefit perspective pertaining to both the environment and the economy. Key focus is based on implications of shale gas in South Africa's power gen...

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07 Aug 2012  |  Africa

Investment Opportunities for Independent Power Producers in West Africa-Update

Gap between Supply and Demand Drives this Market

West Africa is an energy-rich region with abundant oil, gas, and hydro resources. The lack of energy infrastructure, gas supply issues, and non-cost-reflective tariffs restrict reliable electricity supply which is very important for the growing economies. Complications in the West African gas pipeline (WAGP) and rampant gas flaring has led to great...

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06 Sep 2012  |  Africa

Strategic Overview of the Egyptian Electricity Industry

Massive Investments in Gas and Wind Power Infrastructure to Sustain Strong Electricity Demand Growth

Electricity demand in Egypt has been growing steadily over the years underpinned by sustained population growth, continuing urbanisation, and improving socio-economic developments. Yet the pace at which new power supply came on stream has been lagging behind (peak) demand growth. Some relief occurred from 2010 onwards thanks to newly-built power ge...

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12 Nov 2012  |  Africa

African Electricity Pricing Analysis

Balancing Cost-reflective Tariffs and Government Intervention for Affordable Electricity Provision

The aim of this study is to track changes in electricity pricing in the selected African countries and quantify the expected changes over time. The selected countries are South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Mozambique, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria and Egypt. The study provides a database with elec...

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04 Dec 2012  |  Africa

State of the South African Electricity Industry 2011

Substantial Generation Capacity Growth and Diversification Planned to Meet Rising Demand

The research service investigates the development of the South African electricity market through the course of 2011. The study analyses changes in policy that are set to regulate the development of the market as a whole. Furthermore, future growth in generation technologies is analysed, and the potential relative impact the future generation mix d...

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07 Dec 2012  |  Africa

The East African Oil and Gas Market

New Discoveries Spark Intensified Investment in Exploration Initiatives

Recent oil and gas discoveries in East Africa have promoted significant interest for investors in the region, driving growth in exploration initiatives. After exploration success in Uganda, the overall region has seen an influx of international players, including Total, Anadarko, Tullow, and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), in the m...

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24 Dec 2012  |  Latin America

Strategic Implications of Shale Gas Development in Argentina

Shale Gas Becomes A Potential Game Changer for Argentina

The Argentinean natural gas market, once a net exporter, has in the last decade become a net importer as supplies of natural gas have dwindled. The recent ability to extract shale gas by means of hydraulic fracturing technology has led to game-changing opportunities for the Argentinean natural gas market. Should shale gas be extracted in an environ...

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31 Jan 2013  |  Africa

2012 Updated Overview of Mozambique's Electricity Industry

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

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 t...

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