Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/14/2013 -- RnRMarketResearch.com adds “Sudan and South Sudan Power Report Q2 2013” new market research report to its store. Sudan’s power sector is benefiting from large-scale investment in new infrastructure. China has emerged as one of the biggest players, having already played a major role in developing Sudan’shydroelectric power facilities. There is also growing interest from foreign investors with regards to the potential development of thermal and solar power. A diversified approach to power infrastructure development could help Sudan extend the availability of energy to rural and peripheral regions. Since gaining political independence in January 2011, one of South Sudan’s key concerns has been developing its own power generation, transmission and distribution capabilities. Given China’s interest in South Sudan’s oil resources, BMI expects China to become a major player in the development of South Sudan’s energy sector.
The key trends and developments in the country’s power sector are:
# According to the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ethiopia and Sudan are negotiating an agreement on how to balance the revenues earned from Ethiopia’s sale of electric power to Sudan with the equivalent expenditure of oil imported from Sudan to Ethiopia.
# Despite our prediction that Sudan will steadily expand its power output over our 10-year forecast period to 2021, we expect all of this increased power generation to be used to support rising domestic demand.
We do not expect Sudan to export significant quantities of power and do not have a forecast for exports.
However, we do predict that a gradual decline in the percentage of transmission and distribution losses
from an estimated 16.36% in 2012 will help balance the market.
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