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Region: Africa
Category: Heavy Industry

Africa Heavy Industry

(5013 reports matching your criteria)
  • Algeria Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... the project pipeline will see growth in gas production through the near term.Over the longer term, steadily increasing domestic oil and gas demand will cut into export volumes, pressuring the country's role asa major exporter. Read More

  • Cameroon Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... Etinde project will see gas exports rise further over the second half of our 10-year forecast period to2028. More exploration, however, will need to take place in order to further boost the country's long-term prospects. Read More

  • South Africa Mining Q4 2019

    ... forecast period,with wind and solar projects accounting for the majority of renewables output. The introduction of a carbon tax points to furthergrowth potential for renewables projects, especially with the need to replace ageing coal-fired capacity. Read More

  • South Africa Renewables Q4 2019

    ... to growth from softer domestic demand and lowinterest rates, while market saturation will limit growth in the life insurance segment, pushing companies to seek opportunitiesabroad. Regulators are pushing the development of new fintech start-ups and ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... A global revival of interest in deep-water plays holdssome promise for exploration in the region. However, the medium-term oil production forecast is clouded by a severely dwindlingproject pipeline and heavy decline rates at maturing assets ... Read More

  • Egypt Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2019

    ... in the coming quarters. Both imports and domesticfreight volumes will increase due to a rebound in household expenditure after several years of government austerity policies.Meanwhile, the export sector will be supported by burgeoning LNG production. Read More

  • Ethiopia Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... disappointing results up until now, we believe investor interest willremain weak over the coming years.The oil demand outlook is bullish, driven up by a positive economic growth story and risingvehicle ownership. However, this in itself ... Read More

  • Libya Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... activities, deters investment and leads to frequent supply disruptions. While we expect a gradualgrowth in hydrocarbons production and exports across our forecast period to 2028, the situation remains highly volatile, with risksfirmly to the downside. Read More

  • South Africa Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2019

    ... underlying economic activity. A wave of xenophobic attacks against foreigntruck drivers will continue to disrupt road freight in the coming months. Capacity investments will help the rail sector to outperformin terms of freight volume growth. Read More

  • Egypt Autos Q4 2019

    ... of vehicle purchases in H119, will result in slower growth. The commercialvehicle segment will grow at a higher rate as lofty infrastructure spending and rapid urbanisation lift demand for public transport,underpinning demand for the segment. Read More

  • Morocco Renewables Q4 2019

    ... in the market. We forecast a total of 4GW ofrenewablescapacity to be added between the end of 2018 and 2028, with new opportunities set to emerge across onshore wind,PV and CSPsolar as the Moroccan government ... Read More

  • Namibia Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2019

    ... This will be partially dragged by asluggish recovery in the wider economy from a recession in 2018. The completion of a new container terminal at the Walvis Bay portin Namibia will boost the shipping sector. Read More

  • Nigeria Autos Q4 2019

    ... vehicle sales will be aided by rising wages as more Nigerians can affordvehicles. On the commercial side, fiscal constraints and a tough operating environment will limit the growth potential of thatsegment in the short-to-medium term. Read More

  • South Africa Autos Q4 2019

    ... assets, such as vehicles, and rather extend theirintended holding period for vehicles. Furthermore, the addition of the carbon tax to the price of fuel will further strain the ability andwillingness of consumers to commit to ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Mining Q4 2019

    ... country will rise in prominence as a producer of platinum, gold and diamonds.However, we note that political and economic risks, coupled with increased government intervention, threaten to disrupt theindustry's development over the next few years. Read More

  • South Africa Thermal Power Analysis: Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019

    ... that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the thermal power market in India. The report analyzes the power market scenario in India(includes thermal, nuclear, large hydro, pumped storage and renewable energy sources) and provides future ... Read More

  • South Africa Wind Power Analysis: Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019

    ... that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the wind power market in South Africa. The research details renewable power market outlook in the country (includes wind, small hydro, biopower and solar PV) and provides forecasts ... Read More

  • South Africa Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Analysis: Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019

    ... analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the solar PV market in South Africa. The research details renewable power market outlook in the country (includes wind, small hydro, biopower and solar PV) and ... Read More

  • Tunisia Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... production is unlikely to risesignificantly over the coming years. There is increased risk of political and social tensions ahead of parliamentary and presidentialelections late 2019, which could disrupt production should unrest occur. Social unrest is ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... largest markets Nigeria and South Africa. We now expect averagegrowth of 5.5% y-o-y in the SSA region in 2019, which would be the lowest regional growth figure since 2010, but this nonethelessrepresents the fastest growth ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Power Q4 2019

    ... large-scale projects weighs on its ability to sustain near-termgrowth rates. The country will remain reliant mostly on gas-fired power, while plans to boost solar power capacity poses an upsiderisk to our medium-long term non-hydropower renewables ... Read More

  • Egypt Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... in placeover the coming years. The most prominent downside risk to our positive growth outlook is a severe macroeconomic shock orpolitical unrest that would serve to dent international investor confidence in the Egyptian infrastructure sector. Read More

  • Tanzania Mining Q4 2019

    ... hope of a resolution to the dispute the latter has had with theTanzanian company for over two years, thus posing upside risks to the country's gold production outlook, while higher gold pricescould spurt new projects. Read More

  • Gabon Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... oil sector. Significant new investment will be needed, to reversethe long-term trend of decline upstream. Downstream, there is little scope for improvement in the refining sector, within ourforecast period. The global fuels market remains well-supplied, ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Power Q4 2019

    ... the quality of power supply to boost economic growth and socialdevelopment. The high risk of power disruptions brought on by drought-induced hydropower cutbacks and power grid failures willraise operational costs and impede business operations for ... Read More

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