BMI View: Belgium's oil and gas sector offers little upside for growth due to a lack of indigenous reserves.
A small amount of unconventional exploration may be possible, though limited, targeting Belgium's coalbed
methane. Planned investments by ExxonMobil in the Ant ..."
BMI View: Renewable electricity generation will take a bigger share of the German energy mix over our
forecast period as Germany pursues its ambitious Energiewende - a policy that will result in major
structural changes to the traditional electricity utility business ..."
BMI View: Our expectations for the renewable energy sector in Italy remain subdued, with limited growth
expected throughout the forecast period to 2024. A weak domestic economy continues to hamper
government infrastructure investment, while private developers will lik ..."
BMI View: We maintain our view that nuclear power will be key to driving Romania's energy sector given
the prospect of massive Chinese and Canadian investment in the second half of the decade. Gas will also
play an important role, with our O&G analysts forecasting Rom ..."
? BMI View: The Conservative Party majority government will infuse policy certainty into the British
renewables agenda, improving market predictability and strengthening investor confidence. We believe
that onshore wind will suffer from subsidy cuts and political oppo ..."
BMI View: The Bulgarian business environment remains challenging, suffering from high levels of
corruption and inefficiency. Lower oil prices are reducing the incentive to invest in domestic production as
import costs fall. While progress has been made on improving th ..."
BMI View: This quarter our view on the Czech power market remains largely unvaried, while concerns
over the country's energy security and carbon emissions profile move to the forefront.
The future of nuclear and renewables in the country looks increasingly uncertain a ..."
BMI View: Italy's oil and gas sector will continue suffering from the gradual depletion of its hydrocarbon
reserves as well as the rapid downsizing of the country's ailing refining sector. While an active exploration
scene and a gradually improving regulatory environm ..."
Declining output from gas and hydropower plants and lacklustre demand growth will see Slovakian power
generation decline in 2015. Over the next decade, however, generation will increase by nearly 30%, mainly
as a result of an expansion of nuclear power. This will mean ..."
BMI View: The immediate outlook for electricity generation is poor with the country in an official state of
energy emergency. Fighting in the east of Ukraine has halted coal production in many mines and has
blocked transport lines to power stations. On the upside, BMI ..."