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Global High Voltage Transmission Projects Report

  • ID: 2681382
  • Report
  • January 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 1028 Pages
  • Global Transmission
The report covers 91 countries and 1030 projects with three distinct sections.

Part 1 of the report presents the market opportunity for the global high voltage electricity transmission projects for the period up to 2020. It examines the regulatory, financing and technology developments and trends in the global transmission sector. It also analyses the key growth drivers and challenges; and assesses the future outlook for these projects.

Part 2 of the report provides up-to-date profiles of high voltage transmission line projects (of voltage levels 220 kV and above) either planned or under construction in 91 countries; and expected to be completed by 2020. These countries are organised into six regions: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Each region is further divided into two parts. Part 1 of each region provides profiles of regional or cross-border interconnection projects. Part 2 of each region has profiles of projects planned or under construction within a country. The report covers two countries in North America; 13 countries in Latin America; 33 countries in Europe; 23 countries in Asia; 6 countries in the Middle East; and 14 countries in Africa.

Each project profile provides information on the route of the line; rated voltage (kV); technology (AC or HVDC); length (km); estimated cost; developers; description; contractors; current status; and scheduled timeline. The contact information of the developers of the projects is also provided in the regional as well as country-level profiles.

Part 3 (Appendix) of the report provides a list of all regional/cross-border and country-level projects covered in Part 2 in a tabular format. It also includes a note on the research methodology and sources.

The report is indispensible for any organisation interested in the global high voltage transmission industry-utilities, system operators, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, EPC contractors, service and technology providers, investors/lenders, research organisations, industry consultants, regulatory agencies, development institutions, etc.
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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

PART 1: ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION PROJECTS
1.1 Overview
1.2 Recent developments and trends
1.2.1 Key regulatory and policy developments
1.2.2 Financing options
1.2.3 Technology trends
1.3 Market opportunity
1.3.1 Key growth drivers
1.3.2 Expected growth in transmission networks
1.4 Key issues and challenges
1.5 Outlook

PART 2: COUNTRY PROFILES

2.1 North America
2.1.1 Cross-border transmission projects in North America
2.1.2 Canada
2.1.3 United States of America
2.2 Latin America
2.2.1 Cross-border transmission projects in Latin America
2.2.2 Argentina
2.2.3 Bolivia
2.2.4 Brazil
2.2.5 Chile
2.2.6 Colombia
2.2.7 Ecuador
2.2.8 Guatemala
2.2.9 Mexico
2.2.10 Panama
2.2.11 Paraguay
2.2.12 Peru
2.2.13 Uruguay
2.2.14 Venezuela
2.3 Asia
2.3.1 Cross-border transmission projects in Asia
2.3.2 Afghanistan
2.3.3 Australia
2.3.4 Bangladesh
2.3.5 Cambodia
2.3.6 China
2.3.7 India
2.3.8 Indonesia
2.3.9 Kazakhstan
2.3.10 Kyrgyzstan
2.3.11 Lao People's Democratic Republic (Laos)
2.3.12 Malaysia
2.3.13 Myanmar
2.3.14 Nepal
2.3.15 New Zealand
2.3.16 Pakistan
2.3.17 Philippines
2.3.18 South Korea
2.3.19 Sri Lanka
2.3.20 Tajikistan
2.3.21 Thailand
2.3.22 Turkmenistan
2.3.23 Uzbekistan
2.3.24 Vietnam
2.4 Europe
2.4.1 Cross-border transmission projects in Europe
2.4.2 Austria
2.4.3 Belgium
2.4.4 Bulgaria
2.4.5 Croatia
2.4.6 Czech Republic
2.4.7 Denmark
2.4.8 Estonia
2.4.9 Finland
2.4.10 France
2.4.11 Germany
2.4.12 Greece
2.4.13 Iceland
2.4.14 Republic of Ireland
2.4.15 Italy
2.4.16 Latvia
2.4.17 Lithuania
2.4.18 Luxembourg
2.4.19 Montenegro
2.4.20 Netherlands
2.4.21 Norway
2.4.22 Poland
2.4.23 Portugal
2.4.24 Romania
2.4.25 Russia
2.4.26 Serbia
2.4.27 Slovakia
2.4.28 Slovenia
2.4.29 Spain
2.4.30 Sweden
2.4.31 Switzerland
2.4.32 Turkey
2.4.33 Ukraine
2.4.34 United Kingdom
2.5 Middle East
2.5.1 Cross-border transmission projects in Middle East
2.5.2 Iran
2.5.3 Jordan
2.5.4 Oman
2.5.5 Qatar
2.5.6 Saudi Arabia
2.5.7 United Arab Emirates
2.6 Africa
2.6.1 Cross-border transmission projects in Africa
2.6.2 Algeria
2.6.3 Egypt
2.6.4 Ethiopia
2.6.5 Ghana
2.6.6 Kenya
2.6.7 Morocco
2.6.8 Mozambique
2.6.9 Namibia
2.6.10 Nigeria
2.6.11 South Africa
2.6.12 Tanzania
2.6.13 Tunisia
2.6.14 Uganda
2.6.15 Zambia

PART 3: APPENDIX

3.1 List of projects by region and by country
3.1.1 List of projects in North America
3.1.2 List of projects in Latin America
3.1.3 List of projects in Asia
3.1.4 List of projects in Europe
3.1.5 List of projects in Middle East
3.1.6 List of projects in Africa
3.2 Break-up of transmission line lengths by region and by voltage
3.3 List of tables and figures
3.4 Sources and methodology

List of Tables and Figures

Table 1.2.3.1: China's UHV DC and UHV AC projects in operation at the end of 2012
Table 1.3.2.1.1: Expected addition in line length by region (km) for the period 2013-15
Table 1.3.2.2.1: Expected addition in regional line lengths by technology (%) for 2013-15
Table 1.3.2.2.2: Expected addition in AC and DC line lengths by region (%) for 2013-15
Table 1.3.2.2.3: Expected addition in AC line length by region and by voltage (km) for 2013-15
Table 1.3.2.2.4: Expected addition in DC line length by region and by voltage (km) for 2013-15
Table 1.3.2.2.5: Expected addition in line length by region and by technology (km) for 2013-15
Figure 1.3.2.1.1: Expected addition in line length by region (%) for 2013-15
Figure 1.3.2.2.1: Expected addition in AC line length by voltage (%) for 2013-15
Figure 1.3.2.2.2: Expected addition in DC line length by voltage (%) for 2013-15
Table 2.1.2.8.1: Other key planned projects in Canada
Table 2.1.3.5.1: Other key projects planned or under construction in the US
Table 2.2.3.9.1: Other key projects planned by ENDE in Bolivia
Table 2.2.4.16.1: Other key projects under construction or planned in Brazil
Table 2.2.5.22.1: Other key proposed projects in Chile
Table 2.2.9.15.1: Other key transmission line projects planned by CFE in Mexico
Table 2.2.11.6.1: Other key projects proposed by ANDE in Paraguay
Table 2.3.1.18.1: China's proposed cross-border projects
Table 2.3.2.7.1: Other transmission line projects proposed to be developed in Afghanistan
Table 2.3.3.14.1: Other key 275 kV projects planned in Australia
Table 2.3.5.9.1: Other key 230 kV projects planned in Cambodia
Table 2.3.6.4.1: China's other key planned UHV DC projects
Table 2.3.6.5.1: China's other key AC projects approved since December 2011
Table 2.3.8.3.1: Other key planned 275 kV double-circuit transmission lines in Sumatra, Indonesia
Table 2.3.8.3.2: Other key planned 500 kV alternating current (AC) double-circuit transmission lines in Indonesia's Java-Bali grid
Table 2.3.9.7.1: Other key transmission projects planned in Kazakhstan
Table 2.3.13.3.1: Other key 220 kV projects proposed to be completed by 2016 in Myanmar
Table 2.3.14.3.1: Other key 220 kV projects proposed or under implementation in Nepal
Table 2.3.16.20.1: Other key planned transmission projects Pakistan
Table 2.3.17.10.1: Other key 230 kV planned projects in the Philippines
Table 2.3.18.4.1: Other key planned 345 kV transmission line projects in South Korea
Table 2.3.24.4.1: Other key planned transmission lines under Vietnam's Master Plan for Development of Power (MPDP) VII
Table 2.4.12.10.1: Other key projects submitted to the EC to be included in the PCI list
Table 2.4.25.11.1 Other key transmission line projects in Russia
Table 2.5.2.5.1: Other key 400 kV planned or under construction projects in Iran
Table 2.5.2.6.1: Key 230 kV planned or under construction projects in Iran
Table 2.5.6.8.1: Other key 380 kV projects planned in Saudi Arabia
Table 2.6.2.5.1: Other key projects proposed by Sonelgaz in Algeria
Table 2.6.4.8.1: Other key projects proposed by EEPCo in Ethiopia
Table 2.6.11.29.1: Other key projects planned by Eskom in South Africa
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