Scoping gas demand in the Balkans

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12 February 2014

Scoping gas demand in the Balkans

Report summary

With demand in Europe lagging, gas suppliers are eyeing Balkans as a potential new demand growth market. The region needs to overcome a number of significant challenges, such as lack of infrastructure and investment, but Wood Mackenzie believes that gas demand in the Balkans could increase by 14 bcm by 2030.  Close ties with the European Union will act as an incentive to choose gas over coal for district heating and power production, which will boost the gas consumption. 

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
    • Industrial demand
    • District heating
    • Indigenous production
    • Infrastructure
    • Financing
    • Subsidies
    • Regional co-operation
    • The impact of the European Union on gas demand
  • Conclusion

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1: GDP and gas demand growth (2000-2030)
  • Scoping gas demand in the Balkans: Image 2
  • Scoping gas demand in the Balkans: Image 3
  • Chart 3: Regional power mix (2010-2030)
  • Overview of gasification in the Balkans
  • Central and South Eastern European gas transmission map

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