Outlook for the Global Energy & Renewable Resources Industry

  • ID: 3766843
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 52 pages
  • Falke Information
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • American Electric
  • BP
  • China Yangtze Power
  • CNOOC
  • Dominion Resources
  • EDF
  • MORE
The global energy sector increased the production of primary energy from 5.5 Btoe in 1970 to almost 13.8 Btoe in 2015. The installed capacity for electricity generation reached 6.2 billion KW in the year 2015 and Asia Pacific gained relevance, currently representing 46% of that capacity. Coal, oil and other fossil fuels still represent a sizeable share of the matrix, with renewable sources representing only 19.2% of consumption. The industry is highly regulated and concentrated in certain countries such as South Korea, where the leading utility group holds 92% of supply. The environmental impact of energy production remains a concern but experts are positive regarding the main emissions and performance indicators, which are expected to improve. Investments in renewable energy have increased to US$ 380 billion in 2015, with predominance of wind and solar power, which increased at an average annual growth rate of 20% and 49% respectively since 2006.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • American Electric
  • BP
  • China Yangtze Power
  • CNOOC
  • Dominion Resources
  • EDF
  • MORE
1. Overview of the global energy sector
- Brief overview of the electric power industry in the world
- Evolution of the global primary energy production (1970-2015)
- Evolution of energy consumption and global electricity matrix (1970-2015)
- Breakdown of final energy consumption per destination in selected regions (1975 vs. 2015)
- Energy spot price evolution for oil and natural gas in the world [base 100 = Jan 1997]
- Evolution of electricity prices per type of consumer (2006-2016)
- Global energy production and consumption breakdown (1825-2150)
- Global energy foreign trade per fuel type (1970-2015)

2. Overview of the electricity segment in the world
- Installed electricity capacity evolution and across regions (2000-2015)
- Evolution of electricity generation per fuel type in the world (2000-2015)
- Breakdown of global electricity supply and demand in 2015
- Electricity generation portfolio per geographic region in 2015
- Energy consumption evolution and breakdown per region and customer (2000-2015)
- Capacity and construction cost for generation plant per type of fuel
- Capacity and construction cost for generation plant per type of fuel
- Electric power consumption per capita in selected regions (2000 vs. 2015)
- Top 10 electric distributors in the world in GWh and share in their corresponding country in 2015

3. Main energy players in the world
- World's largest electric distributors in market value and revenue in 2015
- Sales portfolio of the 16 largest electric distributors in the world in 2015
- Bubble chart EBIT vs. ROE for top 18 electric distributors in 2015
- Capital structure and profitability for the top 18 electric distributors in 2015
- World’s largest oil & gas companies in market value and revenue in 2015
- Estimated sales portfolio for the top 16 oil & gas companies in the world in 2015
- Bubble chart EBIT vs. ROE for top 20 oil & gas players in 2015
- Capital structure and profitability for the top 20 oil & gas companies in 2015

4. Renewable energy & environmental impact
- World’s evolution from fossil fuels into biofuels
- Breakdown per fuel of total global energy consumption in 2015
- Growth and share of individual fuel types in the global electricity matrix (1980 vs. 2015)
- Regional shares of global renewables supply in 2015
- Breakdown per fuel of energy consumption in OECD and non-OECD countries in 2015
- Map of the renewables share in energy production across the world in 2015
- Map of the renewables share in electricity generation across the world in 2015
- Sustainability indicators in the steel industry: environmental performance (2004-2015)
- Energy-related CO2 emissions in selected regions in 2014
- Energy & climate related indicators forecast in the INDC scenario: emissions & intensity (2013-2030)
- Energy & climate related indicators forecast in the INDC scenario: investment & intensity (2013-2030)
- Global perspective for renewable sources and alternative fuels (2014 vs. 2024)
- Estimated ethanol production in volume per country (2009-2015)
- Global opportunities for the ethanol segment (2014 vs. 2024)

5. Global trends for the energy and electricity industries
- Renewable energy installed capacity per type of fuel and region (1980-2015)
- Investment in renewable energy generation capacity in the world (2004-2015)
- World power generation capacity mix and capacity additions (2015-2030)
- Wind power capacity evolution and global concentration in generation in 2015
- Solar power capacity evolution and global concentration in generation in 2015
- Overview of the current scenario and main expectations for the energy sector
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- American Electric
- Anadarko Petroleum
- BP
- CLP
- CNOOC
- Canadiam Natural Resources
- Chevron
- China Petroleum & Chemical
- China Yangtze Power
- ConocoPhillips
- Dominion Resources
- Duke Energy
- EDF
- ENEL
- EOG Resources
- Edison International
- Eni SpA
- Exelon
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