Turkish power sector - framing the boundaries of gas demand

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27 November 2013

Turkish power sector - framing the boundaries of gas demand

Report summary

Averaging 9% per annum, Turkish gas demand growth over the last decade has been unprecedented, outpacing all of its European peers. Despite being heavily import dependent Turkey aims to become a regional gas hub, facilitated by its role as a key transit route for gas into Europe, helped by a diverse range of supply options. This insight primarily discusses two scenarios and three key risks to Turkish gas demand focusing on the power sector as it is the biggest demand driver in volume terms....

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Wood Mackenzie's base case (BC)
  • Supply security scenario (SS)
  • Capacity cancellations scenario (CC)
    • Non-power gas demand
    • Gas supply
    • Carbon price
  • Conclusions

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1: Electricity output by fuel (2010-2030)
  • Chart 2: Gas demand and production (2010-2030)
  • Chart 3: Renewables and nuclear capacity (2010-2030)
  • Chart 4: Coal and gas generation (2010-2030)
  • Chart 5: Gas demand outlook (2010-2030)
  • Overview of Wood Mackenzie's scenarios (2030)

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