Thirst for Growth: Outlook for Gas and Power in the Middle East and North Africa
A major new study taking an integrated approach toward gas and power in the Middle East and North Africa to provide a robust framework for understanding the demand, supply, energy policy and investment outlook through 2030.
Political change in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has been capturing worldwide attention. A complex and unpredictable process is continuing to unfold across the region, and this evolving situation will have an impact on global energy, the global economy and international politics.
IHS CERA believes that the most valuable and actionable insights will emerge from looking beyond the day-to-day political dynamics and headlines and focusing instead on the powerful demographic, economic, energy and capital-market drivers that lie beneath the surface. These drivers, which in most cases have not been fundamentally changed by recent political developments, point toward a long-term boom in gas and power sector investment and in infrastructure more generally.
Thirst for Growth: Outlook for Gas and Power in the Middle East and North Africa multiclient study supports the strategic planning efforts of businesses operating in this region by providing the IHS CERA rigorously grounded judgments on the character of this regional investment boom, key areas of opportunity and risk, and the implications for gas and electricity supply, demand, pricing and industry structure to 2030.
Who can benefit from this study? How? Strategic planners for utility (gas and power), pipeline, E&P companies, petroleum, refining, desalination By providing strategic insight on the character of the current investment boom and the key areas of opportunity and risk, IHS CERA experts will assess the future of gas, power and desalination needs in the region and draw out key implications for the regional energy business. Senior managers and economists for governments and regulatory agencies Using an integrated modeling approach, the study will leverage macroeconomic analysis and forecasting and the IHS CERA Capital Costs, Global Gas Demand and Infrastructure expertise. Supply procurers for engineering and construction companies, manufacturing and equipment service Our outlooks will include a detailed quantitative assessment of gas and power supply and demand (including desalination) as well as major energy and environmental policy trends. Marketers and financial analysts for investors and banks This study will assess the investment opportunity in terms of power capacity, infrastructure and opportunities available for private investment, by country.
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