BMI View: This quarter our forecasts remain virtually unchanged. China's power continues to be affected
negatively by the ongoing economic slowdown in the country and the government's continued efforts to
tackle coal consumption. The government's centralised coal redu ..."
BMI View: Israel is overwhelmingly dependent on the thermal sector, a situation which is unlikely to alter
significantly during our forecast period, with its contribution to overall generation set to abate from 98.5%
in 2016 to 92.8% in 2025, while rising in absolute ..."
BMI View: Kuwait will register limited power generation capacity growth over the next decade, with the
exception of the Al-Zour gas power facility, as a poor track-record in executing big-ticket infrastructure
projects coupled with a limited project pipeline will weig ..."
BMI View: Low oil prices will constrain the Saudi government's spending, hampering efforts to diversify
the power sector away from heavy reliance on oil-fired power generation over our 10-year forecast period.
Attempts to increase non-hydropower renewable capacity wil ..."
BMI View: This quarter, we have slightly revised our forecasts to take into account the progress made in
the nuclear segment. Gas-fired generation has been revised down after 2017 because the new four nuclear
reactors will become a key component of the country's power ..."
BMI View: An ageing electricity grid network and lack of new capacity coming online means Kyrgyzstan's
power sector will remain vulnerable to cuts and losses over our 10-year forecast period. Hydropower will
remain the dominant source of power generation owing to co ..."
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BMI View: Gas will remain the dominant source of energy for electricity generation in Bangladesh for
much of the foreseeable future. However, if Bangladesh is to stop the acute gas shortages from crimping
economic growth, the country will have to cut its over-reliance ..."
BMI View: The major players in Asian power supply are clamouring to invest in Cambodia, with the result
that huge capacity expansion has been expected from 2015, as hydro-, gas- and coal-based schemes have
been introduced. This should leave the country with plentiful ..."
BMI View: This quarter our core assumptions for the sector remain virtually unchanged. We continue to
expect growth in Kazakhstan's power sector over BMI's 10-year forecast period to 2025, in terms of
generation and consumption. Although coal will continue to maintain ..."