Thursday, 10 October 2013

South Africa Power Report Q4 2013

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South Africa Power Report Q4 2013
Oct 9th 2013, 00:00

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BMI View: South Africa's public utility Eskom is struggling to strike a balance between the country's electricity needs, the price it is permitted to charge for power, the cost of its main source of energy (coal) and current levels of consumption. While the utility received government approval for a construction of a new power station - simply called Coal 3 at this stage - delays to the Medupi and Kusile coal-fired stations mean that there's an electricity crisis looming. The utility admits that there will be a 'potential gap in supply' in 2014. In an energy market dominated by coal-fired generators, at first glance it seems that South Africa has few means of broadening its electricity mix, but there is growing interest in the country's gas resources, with plans to develop an offshore gas field. A ...

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