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中東・北アフリカ地域の電力部門投資

MENA Power Investment Report Ed1 2018

発行 StatPlan Energy Limited 商品コード 675874
出版日 ページ情報 英文 89 Pages
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中東・北アフリカ地域の電力部門投資 MENA Power Investment Report Ed1 2018
出版日: 2018年08月14日 ページ情報: 英文 89 Pages
概要

GCC諸国における電力インフラへの投資レベルは非常に高く、他の中東・北アフリカ諸国もそれに追随するものです。石油・非石油部門を合わせた投資規模はGCC諸国でGDPの2.5%、中東・北アフリカ地域全体で2.4%と、世界平均の1.0%を大きく上回っています。

当レポートでは、中東・北アフリカ地域における電力部門への投資動向を調査し、GCC諸国および中東・北アフリカ地域全体の電力部門へのCAPEX、CAPEXにおける購入機器・導入コストなどの詳細内訳、世界の主要国との比較、地域間の電力系統連系、主要国の市場背景・電力部門のプロファイルなどをまとめています。

第1章 概要

第2章 中東・北アフリカ地域における電力部門への投資

  • 世界との比較

第3章 中東・北アフリカ地域のエネルギー動向

第4章 中東・北アフリカ地域の電力系統連系

  • マグレブ諸国間電力系統連系
  • 8カ国 (EIJLLPST) 電力系統連系
  • GCC諸国間電力系統連系

第5章 中東・北アフリカ地域の電力部門の構造

  • 伝統的な独占状態
  • 電力部門改革
  • 再生可能エネルギーの取り組み
  • 再生可能エネルギーオークション
  • 料金助成
  • 歳入欠陥
  • 消費の歪み
  • 電力部門の国家による支配

第6章 GCC諸国

  • GCCのパラレルエコノミー
  • GCC諸国における電力部門への投資
  • 人口
  • GCCにおける民間投資開発
  • バンキング
  • 管理資産
  • DIFC (Dubai International Financial Centre)
  • ADGM (Abu Dhabi Global Market)
  • 炭化水素からの多様化
  • 他の鉱物
  • 食料
  • 不動産
  • バーレーン
  • クウェート
  • オマーン
  • カタール
  • サウジアラビア
  • UAE:地域別
    • 発電
    • 脱塩
    • 再生可能エネルギー
    • スマートシティ
    • 石油部門への投資
    • 非石油部門への投資
    • 送電
    • ENG (Emirates National Grid)
    • 配電・供給
    • 卸売市場
    • 法規制
    • 電力系統連系、など

第7章 中東・非GCC諸国

  • イラン
  • イラク
  • イスラエル
  • ヨルダン
  • レバノン
  • シリア
  • イエメン
    • 発電
    • 再生可能エネルギー
    • 送電・配電・供給
    • 卸売市場
    • 法規制
    • 電力系統連系、など

第8章 トルコ

  • 発電
  • 再生可能エネルギー
  • 石油部門への投資
  • 送電
  • 配電・供給
  • 卸売市場
  • 法規制
  • 電力系統連系

第9章 北アフリカ

  • アルジェリア
  • エジプト
  • リビア
  • モロッコ
  • チュニジア
    • 発電
    • 再生可能エネルギー
    • 石油部門への投資
    • 送電
    • 配電・供給
    • 卸売市場
    • 法規制
    • 電力系統連系、など
目次

MENA invests in power assets at 2½ times world average % of GDP

In GCC two decoupled markets for power equipment:

  • Public Utility Sector, hostage to oil prices
  • Industry and Construction, driven by private investment

The purpose of this report is to illustrate and quantify the high level of investment

The purpose of this report is to illustrate and quantify the high level of investment in the public and private electricity sectors in the MENA countries.

The GCC countries have the most intense level of investment in electricity infrastructure, pub-lic and private of any group of countries in the world and other MENA countries follow not far behind. In the oil and non-oil sectors combined, investment is running at 2.5% of GDP, and 2.4% for the wider MENA. Only China approaches this at 1.9%, while the USA and EU lag far behind with 0.6% and 0.7% respectively. The world average is 1.0%.

MENA holds half the world's oil reserves and 47% of the gas reserves, but has only 5% of the world's population. As the economies of the region diversify, there has been massive expendi-ture in the private sector on industry and construction and the GCC economies have continued to progress with their own momentum, like micro climates.

Demand for power is growing fast in MENA. Electrical capacity is growing fast in the industrial and construction sectors, as well as the public utilities, financed by the private sector and of-ten masked by official statistics.

Replacements in the utility transmission sector to modernise and up-grade the networks drive demand well above levels dictated by design life or condition-based assessment.

Power sector capex as % of GDP, comparisons for GCC, MENA, USA, EU, China, World.

GDP growth in oil sector and non-oil sector in GCC countries.

Capital expenditure, equipment cost and installed cost of all power investments in MENA, forecast 2017 to 2022.

MENA purchases of total power equipment at selling price by country, forecast 2017 to 2022.

Power and distribution equipment purchases by category of equipment in MENA, forecast 2017 to 2022.

  • Generation - mechanical generating equipment, solar, wind power
  • Generation, Transmission & Distribution - transformers, switchgear, insulators & bushings
  • Transmission & Distribution - cable, towers, poles, meters & smart grid,

Countries profiled:

  • GCC - Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
  • Rest of Middle East - Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen
  • Turkey
  • North Africa - Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia.

Profiles of each country under these heading:

  • Power infrastructure - generation, renewables, transmission, distribution & supply, voltage analysis of transmission and distribution, smart cities, wholesale markets, regulation, inter-connections.

This report is available in published form or it can be customised for individual requirements.

This report provides product sales in broad categories. StatPlan databases can deliver more de-tailed product analysis on request.

Table of Contents

1. OVERVIEW

2. POWER INVESTMENT IN MENA

  • Electricity investment in MENA compared with the world

3. MENA ENERGY TRENDS

4. MENA INTERCONNECTIONS

  • The Maghreb regional energy interconnection
  • The Eight Countries [EIJLLPST] regional energy interconnection
  • Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) regional energy interconnection

5. MENA ELECTRICITY SECTOR STRUCTURES: BASIC FEATURES OF THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR

  • A tradition of monopolies
  • Power sector reform
  • Renewables activity
  • Renewables auctions
  • Tariff subsidies
  • Revenue deficits
  • Distortion of consumption
  • State dominance of the power sector

6. GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL, GCC

  • Bahrain - Kingdom
  • Kuwait - Emirate
  • Oman - Sultanate
  • Qatar - Emirate
  • Saudi Arabia - Kingdom (KSA)
  • UAE - United Arab Emirates
  • The Parallel Economies of the GCC
  • Power sector investment in the GCC countries
  • Population
  • Private sector development in the GCC
  • Banking
  • Assets under Management
  • Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
  • Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM)
  • Diversification from hydrocarbons
  • Other minerals
  • Water
  • Food
  • Real estate
  • BAHRAIN
    • Electricity sector
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • KUWAIT
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • OMAN
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • QATAR
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Smart cities
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • SAUDI ARABIA
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Smart cities
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
    • UAE generation
    • Dubai generation
    • Abu Dhabi generation
    • Northern Emirates generation
    • Desalination
    • Renewables
    • Abu Dhabi renewables
    • Dubai renewables
    • Sharjah renewables
    • Northern emirates renewables
    • Smart cities
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Abu Dhabi investment in the power sector
    • Dubai investment in the power sector
    • Northern emirates investment in the power sector
    • Investment in the non-oil sector
    • Transmission
    • Emirates National Grid, ENG
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Abu Dhabi regulation
    • Dubai regulation
    • Northern emirates regulation
    • Sharjah regulation
    • Ras Al Khaymah regulation
    • Interconnections

7. MIDDLE EAST, NON-GCC

  • IRAN
    • Generation
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • IRAQ
    • Generation
    • Renewable energy
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Investment
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • ISRAEL
    • Generation
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • JORDAN
    • Generation
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
  • LEBANON
    • Generation
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • SYRIA
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • YEMEN
    • Generation
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation

8. TURKEY

  • Generation
  • Renewables
  • Investment in the power sector
  • Transmission
  • Distribution & Supply
  • Wholesale Markets
  • Regulation
  • Interconnections

9. NORTH AFRICA

  • ALGERIA
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • EGYPT
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Finance
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • LIBYA
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Transmission, Distribution & Supply
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • MOROCCO
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections
  • TUNISIA
    • Generation
    • Renewables
    • Investment in the power sector
    • Transmission
    • Distribution & Supply
    • Wholesale Markets
    • Regulation
    • Interconnections

Figures

  • Figure 1: Comparison of electricity sector investment, MENA, GCC and the World
  • Figure 2: Capital expenditure, equipment cost and installed cost of all power investments in MENA, 2017 to 2022
  • Figure 3: MENA oil and gas reserves
  • Figure 4: Electricity interconnections in MENA
  • Figure 5: Shares of oil and non-oil GDP
  • Figure 6: Dubai in 1990 and 2013, Sheik Zaid Road
  • Figure 7: The development of the GCC
  • Figure 8: Share of Bahrain's non-oil GDP by industry
  • Figure 9: Tehran regional electric company
  • Figure 10: Jordan interconnections
  • Figure 11: Yemen transmission and distribution
  • Figure 12: Areas of excess and short supply in Libya due to isolation of systems

Tables

  • Table 1: MENA purchases of power equipment at selling price by country, 2017 to 2022
  • Table 2: Capex, and all power and distribution equipment purchases at sales price and installed cost in MENA
  • Table 3: Generation and transmission equipment purchases in MENA
  • Table 4: Distribution equipment purchases in MENA
  • Table 5: Annual transformer sales in MENA in MVA by country
  • Table 6: Annual power transformer sales in MENA in MVA by country
  • Table 7: Annual distribution transformer sales in MENA in MVA by country
  • Table 8: Oil and Non-oil CGP growth in real terms in the GCC, 2013 to 2018
  • Table 9: Bahrain transmission and distribution
  • Table 10: Kuwait transmission and distribution
  • Table 11: Oman transmission and distribution
  • Table 12: Qatar transmission and distribution
  • Table 13: Saudi Arabia transmission and distribution
  • Table 14: UAE transmission and distribution
  • Table 15: Iran transmission and distribution
  • Table 16: Iraq transmission and distribution
  • Table 17: Israel transmission and distribution
  • Table 18: Jordan transmission and distribution
  • Table 19: Lebanon transmission and distribution
  • Table 20: Syria transmission and distribution
  • Table 21: Turkey transmission and distribution
  • Table 22: Algeria transmission and distribution
  • Table 23: Egypt transmission and distribution
  • Table 24: Libya transmission and distribution
  • Table 25: Morocco transmission and distribution
  • Table 26: Tunisia transmission and distribution
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