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South East Asia market snapshot - Feb 2016

South East Asia market snapshot - Feb 2016

Report summary

We have seen the completion of construction of the biggest solar power plant in Southeast Asia. The USD 210 million 132 MW facility, located in the Philippines, is scheduled to start operations in March 2016. Despite growing renewable power in the Philippines, we expect the percentage of renewables capacity in the overall capacity mix to be almost flat at 30% through the forecast.

There was further M&A activity in the Malaysian power sector with Mitsui selling 50% of its shares in the upcoming 2 GW coal-fired Jimah East power plant to Chugoku Electric.

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  • More renewable power in the Philippines
    • Figure 1.
    • Philippines capacity by plant type and reserve margin
  • Weaking LNG demand outlook in Thailand
  • Changing dynamics in Indonesian LNG
    • Indonesia secures additional LNG volumes from the international market
    • Updates on Indonesia's small-scale LNG projects
  • Further M&A activity in Malaysian power
  • Other highlights in February

In this report there are 2 tables or charts, including:

  • More renewable power in the Philippines
    • South East Asia market snapshot - Feb 2016: Image 1
  • Weaking LNG demand outlook in Thailand
  • Changing dynamics in Indonesian LNG
    • Figure 2. Indonesian LNG supply and demand
  • Further M&A activity in Malaysian power
  • Other highlights in February
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