Strategic Overview of the Electricity Market in Iraq

  • ID: 4009631
  • Report
  • Region: Iraq
  • 44 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Strong Opportunities for Suppliers, albeit with Higher Risks, as Iraq Focusses on Improving the Power Infrastructure
The Iraqi government has adopted a mix of measures aimed at establishing political stability, national and homeland security, and economic reforms. These are gaining credibility and impact, with support from unilateral and multilateral agencies. The electricity sector, having witnessed a significant decline in terms of investments in the past, is expected to receive a much-needed impetus from these stabilisation efforts.

Strong opportunities will arise for suppliers, albeit with higher risks, as Iraq focusses on improving the power infrastructure. The study seeks to provide an insight into the future developments in Iraq's electricity sector, with a focus on power generation.
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Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
Scope of the Study
  • Scope of the Study and Key Questions the Study will Answer
Introduction
  • Iraq: Country Overview
  • Iraq: Economic Scenario
  • Iraq: Economic Scenario-An Analysis of the Contribution of Oil to Economic Growth
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector Overview
  • Iraq: Overview of Electricity Tariffs
  • Iraq: Electricity Tariffs-Insight into Subsidies
  • Iraq: Power Demand Projections
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Changes Expected during 2017-2030
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Market Drivers
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Drivers Explained
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Market Restraints
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Restraints Explained
Conclusions
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-Conclusions
The Last Word
  • Iraq: Electricity Sector-The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer
Appendix-Insight into Various Agreements Signed by Iraq to Promote Investments
  • Multilateral Agreements for Investment Promotion and Protection, Investment Dispute Settlement, and Judicial Cooperation
  • Signed Bilateral Agreements for Investment Promotion and Protection
  • Bilateral Agreements for Investment Promotion and Protection Projects
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