Russian energy reforms include enhanced electrical capacity


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As the Russian energy market moves toward liberalisation, companies such as SUEK, OKG-6 and Fortum have begun to invest in the modernisation of the country’s power generation sector, a project with the goal of increased capacity and a price tag of $350bn over the next 18 years. Private and state controlled companies will be in the market for investors, contractors, engineering firms, producers of construction equipment and materials and a range of goods and services needed to support this intense market overhaul.

Power sector construction in Russia 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 is a new report offered by PMR Publishing. Filled with information on the projects and companies poised to lead this important market reform, it serves as a guide to opportunity for businesses seeking to find a profitable place for their goods and/or services in this rapidly expanding marketplace.

“The Russian energy market has recently undergone a profound reform which has changed the entire competitive landscape. This has been marked by the emergence of a number of private actors on the previously monopolised market. Based on capacity supply agreements signed since late 2010 as well as other obligations, all players, both private and state-controlled, are obliged to carry out investments of unprecedented value in order to meet future demand for electricity and heat. The entire modernisation programme of the power generation sector has a price tag of $350bn through 2030 and envisages the commissioning of almost 160 GW of new generating capacity, including 100 GW at thermal power stations and 40 GW at nuclear plants.”

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The report offers a general overview of energy production across Russia, including the segments of hydro, nuclear and thermal generation and the value and sources of investments in each segment. It details electrical network investment and offers size (in MW) and value (RUB bn) for upcoming projects, by segment and as a total for the market sector. In addition, it presents SWOT analysis and corporate profiles that include investment plans, including the type and cost of their new projects and the regions where they are targeted to appear.

This document also provides valuable analysis of new legal regulations and their effect on market development and transformation, as well as of other factors that will impact the future of power sector construction in Russia.

While preparing Power sector construction in Russia 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014, PMR’s expert analysts have thoroughly researched all salient aspects of the market, consulted their most reliable sources and created a market guide that answers the questions of readers on all major issues with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic market sector.

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