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Water and Electricity in the United Arab Emirates - Sectorial Analysis Report

  • ID: 54395
  • Report
  • December 2003
  • Region: United Arab Emirates
  • 132 Pages
  • Ventures Middle East
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An overview of the water and elctricity sectors in the United Arab Emirates.

This report aims at assessing the prospects for water and electricity sectors by providing detailed quantitative and qualitative analysis of the historical developments of each sector, supply and demand analysis, supply and demand factors, future projects and prospects.

Contains full details for all under-construction power and water projects in the United Arab Emirates in year 2003.
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INTRODUCTION
Preface
Methodology

PART 1 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AT A GLANCE
1.1 The Country
1.2 The Population
1.3 The Economic Environment
1.4 Contribution of Power & Water Sectors to GDP
1.5 The Government System
1.6 Business Environment
1.7 Industrial Development

PART 2 WATER SECTOR ANALYSIS

2.1 Overview
2.2 Supply Analysis
2.2.1 Source of Water Supply
2.2.2 Development of Water Production in the UAE
2.2.3 A Breakdown of Water Production by Emirate in the Year 2002
2.2.4 Ground and Desalination Water Production
2.2.5 A Breakdown of Ground and Desalination Water Production by Emirate
2.2.6 Desalination Plants in UAE
2.2.7 Capacity Utilization for Water Desalination
2.2.8 A Breakdown of Capacity Utilization for Water Desalination by Emirate
2.2.9 Future of Water Supply

2.3 Demand Analysis
2.3.1 Development of Water Consumption
2.3.2 Average Water Consumption per Capita
2.3.3 Water Consumption Usage by Sector
2.3.4 Development in the Number of Water Consumers
2.3.5 Projected Water Demand
2.3.6 Forecast of Water Demand in UAE for the Next Five Years

2.4 Water Supply and Demand Gap Analysis

PART 3 ELECTRICITY SECTOR ANALYSIS

3.1 Overview

3.2 Supply Analysis
3.2.1 Electricity Production in GCC Countries
3.2.2 Development of Electricity Generated in the UAE
3.2.3 Electricity Generated by Emirates
3.2.1 Electricity Installed Capacity in UAE
3.2.2 Existing Power Stations in UAE
3.2.3 Domestic Electricity Tariffs in UAE
3.2.4 Future of Electricity Supply

3.3 Demand Analysis
3.3.1 Electricity Consumption in GCC Countries
3.3.2 Development of Electricity Consumption
3.3.3 Average Electricity Consumption per Capita
3.3.4 Electricity Demand Usage
3.3.5 Projected Electricity Demand
3.3.6 Forecast of Electricity Demand for the Next Five Years

3.2 Electricity Supply and Demand Gap Analysis

PART 4 POWER & WATER RELATED AUTHORITIES IN UAE

4.1 Governmental Authorities
4.1.1 Ministry of Electricity and Water
4.1.2 Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA)
4.1.3 Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)
4.1.4 Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority (SEWA)
4.1.5 Federal Authority for Electricity & Water (FEWA)

4.2 Other Authorities

PART 5 WATER AND ELECTRICITY RELATED PROJECTS

5.1 Project Values for Water and Electricity in the year 2003
5.1.1 Water and Electricity Projects by Type of Project
5.1.2 Water and Electricity Projects by Emirate

5.2 Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP) in UAE

5.3 Water and Electricity Projects under Construction

PART 6 POWER GENERATIONS AND DESALINATION EQUIPMENTS

PART 7 MARKET ENTRY AND DEVELOPMENT

7.1 Tender Process and Procedures
7.2 Purchasing Procedures
7.3 Taxes
7.4 Trade Shows in the UAE

APPENDICES

o Power And Desalination Plant Projects
o Power Network Upgrading Projects
o Water Pipelines Projects
o Water Drainage and Irrigation
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