Gas Utilities - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Gas Utilities industry in each of the Top 5 Emerging markets (Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa). The report includes easily comparable data on market value, volume, segmentation and market share, plus full five year market forecasts. It examines future problems, innovations and potential growth areas within the market.
Scope of the Report
* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry's prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa, alongside individual chapters on each country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry
The top 5 emerging countries contributed $89.3 billion to the global gas utilities industry in 2011, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.2% between 2007 and 2011. The top 5 emerging countries are expected to reach a value of $171.9 billion in 2016, with a CAGR of 14% over the 2011-16 period.
Within the gas utilities industry, South Africa is the leading country among the top 5 emerging nations, with market revenues of $35.3 billion in 2011.
South Africa is expected to lead the gas utilities industry in the top five emerging nations, with a value of $64.4 billion in 2016, followed by China and Brazil with expected values of $46.6 and $36.3 billion, respectively.
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The gas utilities market covers all natural gas consumption, net of distribution or transmission losses, by end-users in the following categories: industrial (including use as a feedstock and autogeneration), commercial and public-sector organization, residential consumer, electric power generation (including combined heat and power but excluding autogeneration and heat plant), and other (including transport, agriculture, centralized heat plant, and other usage). Values are calculated from segment volumes and the average annual price of gas charged to end-users in each segment net of any applicable taxes. In some countries, synthetic gas (also called syngas, coal gas, city gas, etc) or biogas (generated from waste materials) may be used in a similar manner to natural gas, and has therefore been included in the market volume. To take into account the different energy content of such gases, all calculations were carried out in energy units, and then converted to bcf using the conversion factor for natural gas. Market shares were calculated as the total volume of gas sold to external end-users in all segments, divided by the total market volume. To avoid the risk of double-counting, gas volumes that were distributed to end-users on behalf of another retailer under third-party network access agreements are not included. Wholesale, trading, and storage volumes are excluded (except for Russia where both wholesale and retail volumes are included). For companies which operate in both gas and power sectors, any self-supply to their own gas-fired generation plant is excluded. All currency conversions are at constant average annual 2011 exchange rates.