BMI View: Investment on workovers, new gas developments and LNG imports will be crucial to meeting
gas demand over the next five years, while the Zohr discovery could solve Egypt's gas challenges in the long
term. New investment to modernising the refining sector will ..."
BMI View: Gabon's oil sector remains vulnerable to the decline in global oil prices, with reports of delays
to a key upstream project on the back of uncertain economic conditions. Continued upstream investment is
indicative of the market's untapped potential, but abov ..."
BMI View: Kenya's power sector is one of the fastest growing in the region, bolstered by large amounts of
foreign and domestic infrastructure investment. A large range of projects are in the pipeline, spanning
geothermal, hydropower, coal and non-hydropower renewables ..."
BMI View: Morocco will be one of the most attractive markets for renewable energy investment in the
MENA region over the next decade, due primarily to its supportive regulatory environment. This is
evidenced by a growing project pipeline and the strong investor intere ..."
BMI View: South Africa continues to be a global renewable energy hotspot, owing to the presence of
effective regulatory mechanisms to attract investment (REIPPP). The high rate of capacity growth
registered by the market over the last two years and the strong investor ..."
BMI View: The hostile economic and political environment in both Sudan and South Sudan continues to
deter many potential investors, hampering the vital development of power infrastructure in both countries.
There is, however, considerable long term growth potential bo ..."
BMI View: Extensive and ongoing reforms are making Tanzania a more viable and attractive investment
prospect for energy infrastructure developers and the country offers enormous future growth potential due
to its extensive natural gas reserves and renewables capacity. ..."
BMI View: The development of large scale hydroelectric plants will bring substantial new electricity
generation and capacity to Uganda's power sector, supporting the gradual expansion of the currently
limited transmission grid and the expected future growth in consump ..."
BMI View: The government is investing heavily in rehabilitating the country's antiquated power sector,
with a focus on distribution systems and generating capacity, especially hydropower and oil. Demand for
electricity will grow rapidly due to rapid economic and popul ..."
BMI View: The outlook for Botswana's power sector is somewhat tepid. Between 2015-2024, overall power
generation will grow incrementally from 0.4TWh in 2015 to 0.8TWh in 2024. Consumption will rise
steadily, underpinned by the development of industry and household con ..."