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Gas-to-Power Data Insights Report 2010-24


11 Dec 2020

African Energy’s Gas-to-Power Data Insights Report 2010-2024 provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the current status and trajectory of Africa’s rapidly expanding GTP generation sector.

Based on constantly updated proprietary data and in-house analytics, supported by graphs, tables and maps, the report offers an essential grounding for any investor, lender or developer charting a strategy in this dynamic market.

The analytical PDF comes with an excel containing underlying aggregate data from African Energy Live Data, our proprietary database of more than 6,500 power projects. This means the report not only provides incisive read-outs to support strategic decision-making, but also allows users to set their own parameters, and to develop and test conclusions within their own analytical frameworks.

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Key features
  • Data and analysis supporting the view that GTP and liquid/natural gas dual fuel installed capacity (MW) will increase by approximately 75% from now until 2030 reaching a total of 193GW
  • 47 pages of analysis, graphs and data
  • 38 detailed charts and infographics
  • Customisable excel of background data with 288 tables
  • Case studies on seven dominant gas consuming economies each with an African Energy map worth £80
    • Egypt
    • Libya
    • Kenya
    • Nigeria
    • Senegal
    • Mozambique
    • South Africa
  • Comprehensive information on installed GTP capacity – compared with other fuel types by country, region and pan-African – from 2010 to 2024. 
Contents

PDF report contents:

  • Introduction
  • Economic view of Africa
  • Africa: gas-to-power installed capacity, 2010-24
  • Africa: gas installed capacity, 2010-24 (by region)
  • North Africa: gas-to-power Installed capacity, 2010-24
  • Egypt looks to domestic markets as gas export hit by coronavirus
  • Libya hopes LNG import plan will solve power crisis
  • East Africa: gas-to-power Installed capacity, 2010-24
  • Kenya looks to gas conversions to balance grid
  • West Africa: gas-to-power installed capacity, 2010-24
  • Nigeria: Buhari pushes gas agenda
  • Senegal’s gas to power strategy aimed at increasing capacity to 2.5GW by 2030
  • Southern Africa: gas-to-power installed capacity, 2010-24
  • Mozambique’s gas boom faces security and economic pressures
  • South Africa: 3GW of gas-to-power to be procured
  • Central Africa: gas-to-power installed capacity, 2010-24
  • On-grid gas-to-power capacity in Africa, 2019 - 24 (map showing installed capacity (MW)
  • Gas-to-power capacity growth in Africa, 2010-24 (compared with other fuel types, by region and country)
  • Tough economic conditions make LNG imports and FSRUs an attractive option
  • Planned liquid fuel to gas conversions
  • Long term gas-to-power installed capacity (MW) projection, 2019-30
  • Upstream Mozambique developments
  • Senegal: Greater Tortue gas delayed to 2023


Data Excel contents
1 Capacity by status
2 Total installed capacity by Fuel (MW), 2010-2024
3 Net capacity additions by Fuel (MW), 2010-2024
4 Total installed capacity by Fuel (%), 2010-2024
5 Total installed capacity by country (MW), 2010 - 2024
6 Total installed capacity by country (%)

Technology
7 Installed gas-to-power capacity by technology (MW)
8 Installed gas-to-power capacity by technology (%)
9 New gas-to-power capacity additions per year by technology (MW)
10 New gas-to-power projects each year by technology (Number of projects)
11 Total gas-to-power operating per year by technology (Number of projects)
12 Average time between PPA signing and financial close (days), by technology
13 Average time between construction start and commissioning (days), by technology

Ownership
14 Installed gas-to-power capacity by ownership type (MW)
15 Installed gas-to-power capacity by ownership type (%)
16 New gas-to-power capacity additions, per year by ownership (MW)
17 Total gas-to-power operating per year by ownership (Number of projects)
18 New gas-to-power projects each year by ownership (Number of projects)
19 Average time between PPA signing and financial close (days), by ownership
20 Average time between construction start and commissioning (days), by ownership

Capacity range
21 Installed gas-to-power capacity by capacity range (MW)
22 Installed gas-to-power capacity by capacity size (%)
23 New gas-to-power capacity additions, per year by capacity size (MW)
24 Total gas-to-power operating per year, by capacity size (Number of projects)
25 New gas-to-power projects each year by capacity range (Number of projects)
26 Average time between PPA signing and financial close (days), by capacity range
27 Average time between construction start and commissioning (days), by capacity range    
   

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Reasons to buy:

  • Use our report to gain an understanding of how trends in GTP and dual fuel installation may impact on your operations and investments.
  • Gain insights into gas’s dominant role in Africa’s energy transition.
  • Access and analyse our data through an interactive Excel-based dashboard.
  • Inform your strategic decision-making on independent power generation forecasts based on the actual project development pipeline rather than estimates.
  • Compare historic trends, current position and planned developments of GTP and dual fuel generation by country, or region or see how the sector has developed across Africa.
  • Understand from the data how the markets which have seen the most rapid expansion of GTP capacity in recent years will now see slower growth while others are set for a very steep growth trajectory.
  • See a clear picture of how GTP is and will be positioned in the wider energy mix.

African Energy Gas-to-Power Data Insights 2010-24

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Format: PDF and Excel

Pages: 47

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