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Industry Trend Analysis - Strong Power Potential Despite Small RRI Deterioration - MAR 2018

Americas March 2018 / Argentina / Industry

Argentina lost four positions in our global Power Risk/Reward Index this quarter and one position in the regional RRI, so it now ranks 55th globally and seventh in the Latin American region. This is due to bigger relative improvements in other countries' scores and to modeling factors rather than to Argentina's investment and growth outlook becoming less positive. Argentina's score continues to be hindered by limited access to financing for project development and a track record of implementation delays, but its power market will offer some of the biggest opportunities in Latin America thanks to its abundant resources, attractive regulatory framework and growing energy needs.


Industry Trend Analysis - Quick View: Energy Strategy Aligns With Shifting Power Mix - FEB 2018

Asia Pacific January 2018 / South Korea / Industry

South Korea's Energy Ministry has finalised its 15-year energy strategy, which outlines targets for the country's power mix by 2030.


Industry Trend Analysis - Wind Sector Slowdown In Play - MAR 2018

Europe March 2018 / Poland / Industry

We expect slow wind sector expansion to be the new norm in Poland, as stringent government regulations and the limited capacity on offer in auctions will end the growth momentum registered prior to 2017.


Industry Trend Analysis - Gas To Dominate Power Sector - MAR 2018

Middle East & Africa March 2018 / Iraq / Industry

Iraq's power mix will remain centred around natural gas-fired generation over the next 10 years, as a sizeable pipeline of gas power plants currently planned and under construction is gradually commissioned and access to feedstock improves. We forecast gas to make up nearly 85% of the power generation mix by 2027.