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Electric power industry generating capacities of Russia 2010

Reports-ID: 199049959
Herausgeber: RBC.research
Seitenumfang: 49
Sprachversion: Englisch
Veröffentlichung: 2010-06-27
Region: Russland
Lieferformat: pdf
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Preis: 1.000,00 €

Kurzbeschreibung

This review is a full-scale study of the state of generating capacities in the electric power industry after reorganization of RAO “UES of Russia”. The first chapter of the study analyses the current situation of the Russian electric power industry in Russia, in particular, analyses the results of electric power industry restructuring, examines the key problems of the industry in detail. Special attention is paid to the state of the electricity and capacity market. Data on electricity export and import are given.

The review examines the principal trends of electricity production and consumption in Russia, presents data on volumes and structure.

A separate section deals with the impact of the crisis on electric power industry of CIS countries, including proposals how to solve the problems facing the electric power industry. The study analyses characteristics of generating capacities, gives info on key performance indicators, such as installed capacities of power plants, installed capacity utilization factor, electric power generation, specific fuel consumption, etc.

The report includes data on commissioning/renovation of generating capacities, their state and development prospects. Info on investment programs of generating companies is given. Prospects in the area of governmental regulation and support of the industry are considered.

Special attention is paid to the state of generating capacities in nuclear and hydraulic power industries, including examination of their development investment program and its funding sources.

 

The review also contains info on energy efficiency of generating companies. Prospects of energy efficiency improvement in Russia are examined.

The review contains a forecast of development of generating capacities in the electric power industry of Russia.

 

The research data are based on 2008 and 2009 figures, in certain instances data for the first 4 months of 2010 are given.

The research was made in April-June of 2010.

The report is on 49 pages.

The report contains 24 tables and 26 graphs and diagrams.

 

The report is written in English.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

THE COMPLETE CONTENTS LIST
ANNOTATION  2
THE COMPLETE CONTENTS LIST 3
THE LIST OF DIAGRAMS 4
THE LIST OF TABLES  5
Analysis of the current situation in the electric power industry of Russia 6
Results of the Russian electric power industry restructuring 6
Electricity and capacity market situation 8
Free market and tariff regulation of the industry 9
Principal trends of electricity production and consumption in Russia 11
Volumes and structure of electricity consumption 12
Volumes and structure of electricity production 15
Export-import of electricit  18
Crisis impact on electric power industry of member states of the CIS 18
Ukraine 18
Kazakhstan  19
Kyrgys Republic and Republic of Tadjikistan 21
Analysis of generating capacities condition in Russia 22
Condition of generating capacities after the reform 22
Generating companies  22
Thermal WGCs 22
Territorial generation companies (TGCs) 22
Regional energy companies 23
Generating capacities  24
Installed capacity structure 25
Construction of new generating capacities 26
Generating equipment wear 28
Renovation of production capacities 28
Analysis of installed capacity utilization  29
Fuel utilization at thermal power plants30 30
Fuelling of power plants 30
Efficiency of fuel utilization at thermal power plants 31
Prices for fuel resources for electric power industry 31
Coal generation development prospects in Russia  32
Hydrogeneration  33
Condition of generating capacities at HPPs  33
Hydraulic power industry development prospect  34
Nuclear generation 34
Condition of generating capacities at NPPs  34
Nuclear industry development prospects  35
Investment program of GC «Rosatom»  35
Construction and renovation of generating capacities at NPPs 35
Investment activity  36
Investment program 37
Investment program of OJSC «Gazprom» 37
Investment program of «Mosenergo» 37
Investment program of «IES Holding»  37
Investment program of «RusHydro»  38
Investment program of «Bashkirenergo» 38
Investment program of «Far-Eastern generation company» (FEGC) 38
Investment program of OJSC «Yakutskenergo» 38
Government regulation  39
Energy efficiency of generating companies  39
Energy production efficiency  40
Consumption efficiency 41
Forecast of development of generating capacities in the russian electric power industry 42
   
   

Tabellenliste

Table 1. WGC/TGC strategic investors 6
Table 2. Electricity market deregulation rates* 11
Table 3. Data on unified energy systems (UES) for 2008 12
Table 4. Electricity production structure by types of power plants in 2008, bln kWh 16
Table 5. Data on unified energy systems (UES) for 2009 16
Table 6. Electricity balance of Russia in April of 2010 17
Table 7. Export-import of electricity in 2008, bln kWh  18
Table 8. Electricity production and consumption in these countries in Q4 2008 made up (mln kWh) 21
Table 9. Installed capacity of power plants as of 01.01.09  25
Table 10. Startups of generating equipment in 2008 26
Table 11. Commissions of capacities, GW 27
Table 12. Key commissions of 2009  27
Table 13. Key commissions of 2010  27
Table 14. Equipment of Russian HPPs 28
Table 15. Equipment of Russian NPPs 28
Table 16. Equipment of Russian TPPs 28
Table 17. Decommissioned old equipment, GW  29
Table 18. Changes of installed capacity in 2008, MW 29
Table 19. Installed capacity utilization factors for TESs and CPPs, 2007-2008 30
Table 20. Supply, consumption and reserves of principal types of fuel in 2008 and 2007 at TPPs 30
Table 21. Consumed fuel structure, % 30
Table 22. Electricity consumption forecast 42
Table 23. Dynamics of capacities of operational power plants till 2020  43
Table 24. Forecast of capacity balance of total composition of offered commissions 44
Table 25. Forecast of capacity balance with balanced composition of commissions
(«Market expectation» option)  45
Table 26. Demand for investments, 2009-2020, bln RUB  47
   
   

Diagrammliste

Fig. 1. Growth dynamics of actual electricity consumption in Russia in 2009, bln kWh 13
Fig. 2. Growth dynamics of actual electricity consumption in 2009 in the European part of Russia and the
Urals, bln kWh 14
Fig. 3. Growth dynamics of actual electricity consumption in 2009 in the Siberian service area, bln kWh 14
Fig. 4. Growth dynamics of actual electricity consumption in 2009 in Vostok (East) service area, bln kWh 15
Fig. 5. Electricity production in Russia in 2008, bln kWh  15
Fig. 6. Dynamics of electricity production and consumption by UESs of Russia, 2008, bln kWh  16
Fig. 7. Installed electric capacity of WGCs, MW 24
Fig. 8. Installed electric capacity of TGCs, MW 25
Fig. 9. Installed capacity of power plants as of 01.01.09, % 26
Fig. 10. Dynamics of installed capacity utilization factors for 2007-2008  29
Fig. 11. Specific fuel consumption per electricity output, 2007-2008, g/kWh 31
Fig. 12. Specific fuel consumption per heat power output, 2007-2008, kg/GCal  31
Fig. 13. Actual annual growth of gas and coal cost 32
Fig. 14. Russian electricity consumption forecast, bln kWh 42
Fig. 15. Forecast of demand for installed power plant capacity, GW  43
Fig. 16. Offers of generating companies on commissioning of capacities, GW  43
Fig. 17. Amount of commissioned generating equipment by UESs, GW 44
Fig. 18. Balanced volume of commissioned generating capacities, GW  45
Fig. 19. Total fuel demand, mln TFOE 46
Fig. 20. Specific fuel consumption per electricity output, g/kWh  46
Fig. 21. Shared distribution of fuel demand, % 47
Fig. 22. Shared distribution of demand for investments for the period from 2009 to 2020, %  48
Fig. 23. Forecast of average selling electricity prices, kop./kWh 48
Fig. 24. Rate of electricity price increases,%  49