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Russian Federation Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2014 - Market Trends, Regulations and Competitive Landscape

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Russian Federation Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2014 - Market Trends, Regulations and Competitive Landscape

 

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Russian Federation Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2014 - Market Trends, Regulations and Competitive Landscape

 

Summary

 

This report elaborates Russia's power market structure and provides historical and forecast numbers for generation, capacity and consumption up to 2030. Detailed analysis of Russian power market's regulatory structure, import and export trends, competitive landscape and power projects at various stages of the supply chain is provided. The report also gives a snapshot of the power sector in Russian on broad parameters of macroeconomics, supply security, generation infrastructure, transmission infrastructure, degree of competition, regulatory scenario and future potential.

 

Scope

 

- Snapshot of the country's power sector across parameters - macro economics, supply security, generation infrastructure, transmission infrastructure, degree of competition, regulatory scenario and future potential of the power sector.

- Statistics for installed capacity, power generation and consumption from 2000 to 2013, forecast for the next 17 years to 2030.

- Break-up by technology, including thermal, hydro, renewable and nuclear

- Data on leading current and upcoming projects.

- Information on grid interconnectivity, transmission and distribution infrastructure and power exports and imports.

- Policy and regulatory framework governing the market.

- Detailed analysis of top market participant, including market share analysis and SWOT analysis.

 

Reasons to buy

 

- Identify opportunities and plan strategies by having a strong understanding of the investment opportunities in the country's power sector

- Identification of key factors driving investment opportunities in the country's power sector

- Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data

- Develop strategies based on the latest regulatory events

- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential

- Identify key partners and business development avenues

- Identify key strengths and weaknesses of important market participants

- Respond to your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 4

1.1 List of Tables 7

1.2 List of Figures 9

2 Introduction 10

2.1 GlobalData Report Guidance 11

3 Russian Federation, Power Market, Snapshot 12

3.1 Russian Federation, Power Market, Macro-economic Factors 12

3.2 Russian Federation, Power Market, Supply Security 16

3.3 Russian Federation, Power Market, Generation Infrastructure 16

3.4 Russian Federation, Power Market, Transmission Infrastructure 17

3.5 Russian Federation, Power Market, Opportunities 17

3.6 Russian Federation, Power Market, Challenges 18

4 Russian Federation, Power Market, Market Analysis 19

4.1 Russian Federation, Power Market, Supply Structure 19

4.2 Russian Federation, Power Market, Key Market Players 19

4.3 Russian Federation, Power Market, Financial Deals 20

4.3.1 Deal Volume and Value Analysis, 2004-2013 20

4.3.2 Deals by Type, 2013 22

4.3.3 Deals, Split by Technology, 2013 23

4.4 Russian Federation, Power Market, Demand Structure 23

4.4.1 Electricity Consumption by Sector, 2013 26

5 Russian Federation, Power Market, Regulatory Scenario 27

5.1 Russian Federation, Power Market, Power Sector Restructuring 27

5.2 Russian Federation, Power Market, Renewable policy 28

5.3 Russian Federation, Power Market, Energy Efficiency 28

5.4 Russian Federation, Power Market, Foreign Investment Scenario 29

6 Russian Federation, Power Market, Capacity and Generation Overview 30

6.1 Russian Federation, Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2013 30

6.2 Russian Federation, Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity and Annual Power Generation, 2000-2030 31

6.2.1 Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity and Annual Thermal Power Generation, 2000-2030 34

6.2.2 Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity and Annual Hydropower Generation, 2000-2030 39

6.2.3 Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity and Annual Nuclear Power Generation, 2000-2030 43

6.2.4 Cumulative Installed Renewable Power Capacity and Annual Renewable Power Generation, 2000-2030 48

7 Russian Federation, Power Market, Transmission and Distribution Overview 52

7.1 Russian Federation, Power Sector, Power Supply Overview 52

7.2 Russian Federation, Power Market, Transmission Overview 52

7.3 Russian Federation, Power Market, Transmission Expansion 54

7.4 Russian Federation, Power Market, Distribution Overview 56

7.5 Russian Federation, Power Market, Grid Interconnection 58

7.5.1 Electricity Import and Export, 2000-2013 58

7.6 Russian Federation, Power Market, Electricity Trading 60

8 Russian Federation, Power Market, Competitive Landscape: Snapshot of Leading Power Generation Companies 62

8.1 Key Company in the Russian Federation Power Market - INTER RAO UES 62

8.1.1 Company Overview 62

8.1.2 Business Description 62

8.1.3 SWOT Overview 66

8.2 Key Company in the Russian Power Market - RusHydro 72

8.2.1 Company Overview 72

8.2.2 Business Description 72

8.2.3 SWOT Overview 74

8.3 Key Company in the Russian Power Market - EuroSibEnergo PLC 81

8.3.1 Company Overview 81

8.3.2 Business Description 81

8.3.3 SWOT Overview 83

8.4 Key Company in the Russian Power Market - OGK-2 89

8.4.1 Company Overview 89

8.4.2 Business Description 89

8.4.3 SWOT Overview 91

9 Appendix 98

9.1 Market Definitions 98

9.1.1 Power 98

9.1.2 Installed Capacity 98

9.1.3 Electricity Generation 98

9.1.4 Electricity Consumption 98

9.1.5 Thermal Power Plant 98

9.1.6 Hydropower Plant 98

9.1.7 Nuclear Power 98

9.1.8 Renewable Energy Resources 99

9.2 Abbreviations 100

9.3 Bibliography 101

9.4 Research Methodology 102

9.4.1 Coverage 102

9.4.2 Secondary Research 103

9.5 Disclaimer 104

 

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Power Market, Russian Federation, Gross Domestic Product ($bn), Population (Million), and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000-2019 15

Table 2: Power Market, Russian Federation, Market Share of Power Generation Companies (%), 2013 20

Table 3: Power Market, Russian Federation, Deal Value ($bn) and Number of Deals, 2004-2013 22

Table 4: Power Market, Russian Federation, Deals by Type (%), 2013 23

Table 5: Power Market, Russian Federation, Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000-2030 25

Table 6: Power Market, Russian Federation, Power Consumption by Sector (%), 2013 26

Table 7: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Capacity Breakdown by Fuel Type (%), 2013 31

Table 8: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 33

Table 9: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Active Thermal Power Plants, 2013 35

Table 10: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Upcoming Thermal Power Plants, 2014-2020 36

Table 11: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Thermal Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 38

Table 12: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Active Hydropower Plants, 2013 40

Table 13: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Upcoming Hydropower Plants, 2014-2020 40

Table 14: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity (GW) and Annual Hydropower Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 42

Table 15: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Active Nuclear Reactor Units, 2013 44

Table 16: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Upcoming Nuclear Reactor Units, 2014-2020 45

Table 17: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Nuclear Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 47

Table 18: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Active Renewable Power Plants, 2013 49

Table 19: Power Market, Russian Federation, Leading Upcoming Renewable Power Plants, 2014-2020 49

Table 20: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Renewable Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Renewable Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 51

Table 21: Power Market, Russian Federation, Growth in Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 54

Table 22: Power Market, Russian Federation, Planned Transmission Lines (Ckm) and Capacity Additions (MVA), 2013-2017 55

Table 23: Power Market, Russian Federation, Expenditure Under the Investment Program, 2013-2017 55

Table 24: Power Market, Russian Federation, Key Transmission Investment Projects, 2013-2018 56

Table 25: Power Market, Russian Federation, Growth in Distribution Line Network (Ckm), 2000-2020 57

Table 26: Power Market, Russian Federation, Annual Power Imports and Exports (TWh), 2000-2013 60

Table 27: Power Market, Russian Federation, INTER RAO UES, SWOT Profile 66

Table 28: Power Market, Russian Federation, RusHydro, SWOT Profile 74

Table 29: Power Market, Russian Federation, EuroSibEnergo PLC, SWOT Profile 84

Table 30: Power Market, Russian Federation, OGK-2, SWOT Profile 91

Table 31: Abbreviations 100

 

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Power Market, Russian Federation, Gross Domestic Product ($bn) and Population (million), 2000-2019 13

Figure 2: Power Market, Russian Federation, Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000-2019 14

Figure 3: Power Market, Russian Federation, Market Share of Power Generation Companies (%), 2013 20

Figure 4: Power Market, Russian Federation, Deal Value ($bn) and Number of Deals, 2004-2013 21

Figure 5: Power Market, Russian Federation, Deals by Type (%), 2013 22

Figure 6: Power Market, Russian Federation, Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000-2030 24

Figure 7: Power Market, Russian Federation, Power Consumption by Sector (%), 2013 26

Figure 8: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (%), 2013 30

Figure 9: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 32

Figure 10: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Thermal Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 37

Figure 11: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity (GW) and Annual Hydropower Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 41

Figure 12: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Nuclear Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 46

Figure 13: Power Market, Russian Federation, Cumulative Installed Renewable Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Renewable Power Generation (TWh), 2000-2030 50

Figure 14: Power Market, Russian Federation, Annual Power Imports and Exports (TWh), 2000-2013 59

 

 

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