BMI View: We have maintained our moribund forecast for growth in electricity generation and capacity
this quarter, amid a bleak economic outlook, ongoing disruptions to gas supplies from the Niger Delta and
naira weakness. Our view is Nigeria is set to undergo a painf ..."
BMI View: The ongoing economic malaise has compounded our already negative outlook for the Nigerian
power sector. We expect a combination of sabotage to gas pipelines, a scarcity of access to foreign
exchange and a lack of liquidity in the distribution segment to weig ..."
Nigeria LNG capacity is scheduled to increase from 21.9 mtpa in 2015 to 61.5 mtpa in 2020, driven by investments in new LNG capacity. Currently, companies in the industry continue to face tough challenges of shaping their strategies to rapidly changing global dynamics.
BMI View: An economic crisis, unorthodox monetary policy and concerns about a devaluation of the naira
will deter foreign investment in Nigeria's power sector. This will stall government efforts to plug the power
generation deficit with private capital, with investors ..."
BMI View: We expect private investors in Nigeria's power sector to defer much-needed investment in new
generation capacity due to uncertainty over the ongoing electricity sector liberalisation process and a
deepening economic malaise. Both sector-specific and economic ..."
This report elaborates Nigeria's power market structure and provides historical and forecast numbers for generation, capacity and consumption up to 2025. Detailed analysis of the Nigerian power market's regulatory structure, import and export trends, competitive landscape and ..."
BMI View: The next 18 months will be an important litmus test of President Muhammadu Buhari and his
power sector reform credentials. After a slow start, signs that he is committed to ongoing reform of the gas
and power sectors are necessary if he is to attract private ..."
BMI View: President Muhammadu Buhari's efforts to sustain reform momentum in Nigeria's power sector
will require him to tackle major structural issues and attract private investment into power provision.
Overcoming gas supply bottlenecks and securing investment in TCN ..."
BMI View: A victory for the PDP in Nigeria's 2015 presidential election would give incumbent Goodluck
Jonathan's power sector reform efforts a shot in the arm. A win would enable Jonathan to proceed with his
plans to liberalise the sector and plug a yawning capacity deficit. It ..."
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