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A Russia-China power partnership

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24 July 2013

A Russia-China power partnership

Report summary

As part of the recent Sino-Russian energy cooperation, electricity exports from Russia’s Far East to China are expected to drastically increase with government targets suggesting up to 70 TWh by 2030. These new exports will be sourced from hydro and coal-fired capacity with major implications for Russia. Russia must construct new generation capacity, secure required fuel supplies to run these power plants, ensure investment for these projects and balance export commitments with...

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • Infrastructure
      • Transmission lines
      • Power plants
    • Fuel supply
    • Investment
    • Domestic demand
  • Conclusions

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Government targets vs. Wood Mackenzie outlook
  • Map of RusHydro power plants in the Russian Far East
  • Russian marketable coal production (2010-2030, by basin)
  • Map of coal supply and thermal generation
  • Eastern Energy Company development programme

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