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07 Dec 2012  |  Africa
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...
06 Aug 2012  |  Africa
Development of Power and Transport Infrastructure Key to Unlocking Nigeria's Potential
This study is part of a larger research service, which tracks infrastructure across the African continent. It provides a top level overview of infrastructure development in Nigeria. More specifically, the study provides an insight into the state of current infrastructure and an analysis of key current and future infrastructure developments taking p...
19 Jul 2012  |  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...
28 Jun 2012  |  Africa
An Insight into Africa's Most Active Redundant Power Markets
The Sub-Saharan African uninterruptable power supply (UPS) market is still in the early stages of development in most African countries. From 2012 on, the market is expected to grow significantly, and this will be driven primarily by developments in the ICT sector and the unavailability of quality electricity supply. This research service, which fo...
19 Jun 2012  |  Africa
On the Cusp of Development
Numerous developments are expected to take place within the Ghanaian electricity market within the next five years. A large infrastructure development is planned in order to help the country meet its electricity generation requirements. Years of underinvestment in capacity and balance sheet constraints have combined to create a significant opportun...
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22 May 2012  |  Africa
A Strategic Analysis of South Africa's Transport Infrastructure
This study is part of a research service, which tracks infrastructure across the African continent. This report, in particular, dives into the transport infrastructure sector in South Africa and analyses the current state of road, rail, port and airport infrastructure. It then goes on to explore the infrastructure development projects in the pipeli...
17 May 2012  |  Africa
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...
09 May 2012  |  Africa
Significant Renewable Energy Potential Exists
This research service explains, in detail, how Algeria has benefited from its oil and gas resources by building a competitive gas electricity generation industry. The Algerian government is now looking at ways to support further industry growth by investing in renewable energy projects. More than 15GW of projects are expected to arise during the fo...
20 Apr 2012  |  Africa
Answers to Investor Questions
This research service provides a high level overview of various energy generating technology types in South Africa, including nuclear, solar, hydro, wind, diesel and gas gensets, co-generation, open cycle gas turbines and closed cycle gas turbines. An introduction to each technology type is provided, along with general capital and operational expen...
17 Apr 2012  |  Africa
A Burgeoning Opportunity
The five countries which comprise this study on the East African Renewables Market: Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda, all have low rates of electrification as well as low levels of power generation. Each of these five countries does, however, have an abundance of natural resources that are suitable for renewable energy power generation....
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