Pakistan Power Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Pakistan Power Report

Pakistan Power Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Pakistan Power Report
Published Sep 24, 2016
57 pages — Published Sep 24, 2016
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Abstract:

Corporation, to build ---km of pipeline from the western Pakistani port of Gwadar to Nawabshah in the southern province of Sindh, where it will connect to Pakistan s existing gas-distribution pipeline network. The cost of the Pakistani side of the pipeline is expected to be USD-bn, of which China will finance -- , with the remainder being funded by Pakistan. ...The cost of the Pakistani side of the pipeline is expected to be USD-bn, of which China will finance -- , with the remainder being funded by Pakistan. Estimated to take two years to build, the pipeline will provide Pakistan with sufficient gas to cover its current energy shortfall, estimated to be approximately -.-GW. While these developments augur well for Pakistan s energy landscape, it remains to be seen if these plans will come to fruition. We have therefore not factored them into our projections.

...There will continue to be substantial power losses from the country s distribution and transmission systems, leading to power shortages, in spite of a theoretical surplus in generating capacity. Electricity generation capacity continues to lag behind demand, and weak fiscal balances constrain the speed at which the country combats its power shortage problems. ...Electricity generation capacity continues to lag behind demand, and weak fiscal balances constrain the speed at which the country combats its power shortage problems. Lack of strong co-ordination between provincial and central governments continue to hamper the implementation of any long-term solution for the ongoing power shortage that the country faces. Bribery and corruption hampers the government and corporations efforts to curb electricity theft, reducing the profitability of the utilities. ...Lack of strong co-ordination between provincial and central governments continue to hamper the implementation of any long-term solution for the ongoing power shortage that the country faces. Bribery and corruption hampers the government and corporations efforts to curb electricity theft, reducing the profitability of the utilities.

...Tariffs for solar power were announced in January ----, and this should provide private sector participants with greater transparency and predictability for planning. ...Tariffs for solar power were announced in January ----, and this should provide private sector participants with greater transparency and predictability for planning. The government s National Energy Policy ------- looks to privatise government assets, while attracting more private investors. ...

  
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