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Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade


Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade

Report summary

Wood Mackenzie forecasts that gas supply to the domestic market will grow by 50% over the next five years, peaking at 1,742 mmcfd in 2020.  But this growth is being stunted by the slow pace of generation capacity additions and persistent interruptions to fuel supply caused by bunkering and vandalism.  Until security of supply is properly addressed, Nigeria's expanding generation capacity will be heavily under-utilised.

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  • Executive summary
  • Privatisation is well under way
  • Upstream supply is growing but at a slower rate
    • Wood Mackenzie forecast of upstream supply to the domestic market: 2011 v 2014
    • Selection of major infrastructure capacity additions for the domestic market until 2020
  • Huge supply risks cannot be ignored
    • Major gas and power outages in 2013
    • Schematic diagram of western grid including the Escravos-Lagos Pipeline System*
    • *numbers indicate installed capacity
  • Inadequate fiscal terms could leave gas stranded
  • Gas price increases are being held back
    • Schedule of gas prices for producers with a DSO
    • DSO set by Government to meet its power sector supply aspiration by 2020
  • The domgas quid pro quo
    • IOC-operated generation capacity

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Privatisation is well under way
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Image 1
  • Upstream supply is growing but at a slower rate
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Image 2
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Table 1
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Image 3
  • Huge supply risks cannot be ignored
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Image 4
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Image 5
  • Inadequate fiscal terms could leave gas stranded
  • Gas price increases are being held back
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Table 2
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Table 3
  • The domgas quid pro quo
    • Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade: Table 4
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