Qatar Power

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Qatar is one of the few countries in the Gulf, where power generation has grown considerably in the last decade. To keep pace with the rising demand, .....

Summary

Qatar is one of the few countries in the Gulf, where power generation has grown considerably in the last decade. To keep pace with the rising demand, Qatar doubled its total installed power capacity in a span of two years (2009-11). Qatar Power is expected to have sufficient capacity to meet peak demand till 2017. Though Little has been heard about the renewable and alternate source of energy in Qatar. Various viability tests and studies were conducted to test implementation of large scale solar and wind power projects in Qatar, none of which were fruitful. 
In this report, we provide an outline of the Qatar Power sector, the current operational set-up and the historical data indicating trends in generation, transmission, distribution and consumption. The report also discusses the laws and regulations governing the Qatar Power sector and the investments that are being made to meet the growing demand for power.

TOC

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Global Scenario
  3. Qatar – Power Sector
    • Power Consumption
    • Power Generation & Sources of Power
    • Power Distribution & Transmission Utilities
    • Energy Trading
    • Growth Drivers
  4. Structural Setup
    • Qatar Electricity & Water Company (QEWC)
    • Qatar Aluminium (Qatalum)
    • Qatar National Food Security Programme (QNFSP)
    • Qatar Foundation (QF)
    • GreenGulf
    • Major Projects
  5. Law & Regulation
    • Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa)
    • Gulf Co-operation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA)
    • Tariffs & Rates
    • Trading Regulation & Codes
  6. Project Financing
  7. Key Learning, Threats & Challenges
  8. Appendix
    • Future Technological Advancements
  9. Statistics & References

Tables & Charts

Tables:
2.1 CAGR of Power Generation – Region Wise
3.1 Qatar – Statistics
3.2 GDP Growth, Inflation, Population & GDP Contributions
3.3 Qatar Electricity Consumption and Demand – Supply Forecasts
3.4 Forecast of the Power Generation by Fuel Type in Qatar in TWh
3.5 Power Transmission & Distribution Utilities in Qatar
4.1 Power Generation Capacity under QEWC
4.2 Qatar Power Generation Projects in Various Phases
4.3 Qatar Power Transmission & Distribution Projects in Execution/Study Phase
5.1 Tariff Rates in Qatar
6.1 Past & Future IPPs/IWPPs in Qatar

Charts:
1.1 Qatar Power Sector in a Snapshot
2.1 Composition of World Power Generation in 2000 (Values in Billion kWh)
2.2 Non Hydroelectric Renewables in 2000 (Values in Billion KWH)
2.3 Composition of World Power Generation in 2011  (Values in Billion kWh)
2.4 Non Hydroelectric Renewables in 2011 (Values in Billion KWH)
2.5 Total Power Generation Geography Wise
2.6 World Power Capacity (Values in Million kW) (2011)
2.7 Analysis of World Averages in Per Capita Consumption of Power
3.1 GDP - Hydro Carbon v/s Non Hydro Carbon
3.2 GDP Growth v/s Inflation
3.3 Power Consumption in Qatar v/s other GCC
3.4 Per Capita Power Consumption of Qatar v/s other GCC Economies
3.5 Peak Demand vs Supply Characteristics in Qatar
3.6 Electricity Consumption by User (GWh)
3.7 Power Generation by Fuel Type
3.8 Transmission & Distribution Loss – Comparison
4.1 Electricity Generation by Power Plants in 2011
4.2 Electrical Network - Qatar
5.1 GCCIA Project Map
5.2 GCCIA Power Grid Electrical Map
6.1 Total Fixed Investments in Qatar
6.2 Qatar Government Expenditure
7.1 Average Daily Sunlight hours
7.2 Reserve Margins in GCC

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