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Pakistan Power Report Q4 2011 - Product Image

Pakistan Power Report Q4 2011

  • ID: 1941035
  • October 2011
  • Region: Pakistan
  • 52 Pages
  • Business Monitor International

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Pakistan has a potentially varied and rich menu of power options from which to choose. There is vast untapped hydro and renewables capacity available, but it remains to be seen if the investment commitment is available. In the meantime, gas-fired generation should grow steadily, backed up by coal-fuelled power and a modest nuclear reactor programme.

China in June 2010 stated that it is likely to move forward with plans to provide and finance the construction of two new nuclear reactors in Pakistan. The move prompted international concerns, owing to Pakistan's non-adherence to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

China is keen to strengthen relations through power investments, both in the form of hydro schemes and the supply of reactor technology and equipment. If Pakistan can find sufficient backing for hydro and renewables projects, it may be able to avoid much of the nuclear-related controversy.

During 2011-2015, Pakistan's overall power generation is expected to increase by an annual average of 4.19%, reaching 117.1TWh. Driving this growth is an annual 7.7% gain in hydroelectric use and a 4.0% rise in gas-fired generation, offsetting a 0.2% READ MORE >

Executive Summary

SWOT Analysis
Pakistan Power SWOT

Global Industry Overview
OECD Markets To Underperform, Coal and Nuclear Under Scrutiny

Regional Industry Overview
In For A Sharp Expansion Of Generation And Consumption
Nuclear Power In Asia

Industry Forecast Scenario
Country Snapshot (Macro)
Country Snapshot: Economic And Demographic Data
Country Snapshot: Power Sector
Pakistan Forecast Scenario
Electricity Generation And Power Generating Capacity
Table: Pakistan Total Generation Data
Table: Pakistan Total Generation Data
Table: Pakistan Electricity Generation Capacity Data
Table: Pakistan Electricity Generation Capacity Data
Electricity Consumption
Table: Pakistan Total Consumption Data
Table: Pakistan Total Consumption Data
Transmission And Distribution, Imports And Exports
Table: Pakistan Electric Power Transmission And Distribution Losses Data
Table: Pakistan Electric Power Transmission And Distribution Losses Data
Table: Pakistan Trade Data
Table: Pakistan Trade Data

Key Policies/Market Structure
Regulation And Competition
Sustainable Energy Policies
Key Projects Database
Table: Major Projects Energy And Utilities

Business Environment
Regional Risk/Reward Ratings
Asia Power Risk/Reward Ratings
Power Risk/Reward Ratings
Pakistan Power Rating
Rewards
Risks

Competitive Landscape
Water And Power Development Authority (WAPDA)
Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC)

Glossary of Terms
Table: Glossary Of Terms

Methodology And Sources
Industry Forecasts
Power Industry – Data Methodology
Generation And Consumption Data
Electricity Generation Capacity Data
Power Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology
Table: Power Risk/Reward Indicators
Sources

- Water And Power Development Authority
- Karachi Electric Supply Corporation

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