Mozambique Power Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Mozambique Power Report

Mozambique Power Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Mozambique Power Report
Published Oct 08, 2016
54 pages — Published Oct 08, 2016
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Abstract:

Ncondezi Energy and Shanghai Electric Power (SEP) have signed a shareholders agreement regarding the --- megawatt (MW) Ncondezi coal-fired power plant. We are awaiting more concrete updates on the plant and awaiting construction before factoring it into our forecasts. The Benga coal-fired power plant is still being planned by the Indian consortium International Coal Ventures (ICVL). The group has reportedly asked Indian state-owned companies National Thermal Power Corporation and Coal India to return to the venture, as they had previously left due to differing coal requirements from the steel companies in the venture. We will include it in our forecasts if evidence of progress is shown. ...The project is aimed at strengthening the supply of stable electricity to the province.

...We forecast thermal power generation in Mozambique will reach -.--TWh in ----, indicating subdued growth from the levels of -.--TWh in ----. There are not currently any thermal power plants included in our forecasts, due to lack of evidence on progress and further delays expected. ...Mozambique is showing signs of healthy growth prospects in natural gas production, and at the end of ----, there were six successful bids for natural gas fields. This makes Mozambique an outperformer for this segment in the Southern African region, as Namibia is struggling with investments in gas fields due to the fall in gas prices. The investments will result in increased supply for the Mozambique s planned gas-fired ...This makes Mozambique an outperformer for this segment in the Southern African region, as Namibia is struggling with investments in gas fields due to the fall in gas prices. The investments will result in increased supply for the Mozambique s planned gas-fired

...We have adapted our coal-fired generation forecasts as we are no longer including the Ncondezi coal-fired power plant. This is due to Ncondezi and SEP having to reapply for environmental approval after changing the planned generation technology for the plant. ...

  
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