Hydro Power Market Outlook in Norway to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants, and Key Companies

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Hydro Power Market Outlook in Norway to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants, and Key Companies
Hydro Power Market Outlook in Norway to 2020 – Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants, and Key Companies

Summary

GlobalData’s renewable energy offering, “Hydro Power Market Outlook in Norway to 2020 – Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants and Key Companies” gives a view of Norway’s hydro energy market and provides forecasts to 2020. This report includes information on hydro installed capacity and generation. It provides information on key trends, profiles of major industry participants, information on major hydro power plants and analysis of important deals. This, along with detailed information on the regulatory framework and key policies governing the industry, provides a comprehensive understanding of the market for hydro power in the country.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope
  • Brief introduction to the overall power and renewable energy market, highlighting the fuel types – thermal, hydro, wind, nuclear, solar PV, solar thermal and biomass.
  • Data provided historically from 2001 to 2009, forecast to 2020.
  • Data on installed capacity and power generation.
  • List of major current and upcoming Hydro Power Plants.
  • Key Hydro Companies
  • Policy and regulatory framework governing the market.
  • Deals in the hydro power market for the past year. Deals analyzed on the basis of M&A, Partnership, Asset Financing, Debt Offering, Equity Offering and PE/VC.

Reasons to buy
  • Identify key growth and investment opportunities in the country's hydro power market
  • Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry’s growth potential
  • Understand and respond to your competitors’ business structure, strategy and prospects
  • Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data, deal analysis and recent developments
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events
  • Identify key deals providing understanding of the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1 Global Hydro Market – Growth Momentum to Accelerate
2.2 Norway Power Market – Thermal Power Share to Increase in Overall Power Generation Mix
2.3 Norway Renewable Market – Share of Hydro Power to Decline in Renewable Power Mix
2.4 Norway Hydro Power Market – Installed Capacity to Continue Growth Momentum
2.5 Norway Hydro Power Deals Market – Sector is on Rapid Development Momentum

3 GLOBAL POWER MARKET SCENARIO: 2001-2020

4 GLOBAL RENEWABLE MARKET SCENARIO: 2001-2020

4.1 Global Carbon Emission, Overview

5 GLOBAL HYDRO POWER MARKET: 2001 TO 2020

5.1 Ovderview
5.2 Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
5.3 Global Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020

6 NORWAY POWER MARKET SCENARIO, 2001-2020

6.1 Overview
6.2 Norway Power Market, Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2001-2020
6.3 Norway Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, 2001-2020

7 NORWAY RENEWABLE POWER MARKET TRENDS 2001 TO 2020

7.1 Norway Renewable Power Market including Hydro, Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
7.2 Norway Renewable Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020

8 NORWAY HYDRO MARKET: 2001-2020

8.1 Norway Hydro Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
8.2 Norway Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
8.3 Norway Hydro Power Market, Top Active Power Plants, 2009

9 NORWAY, MAJOR POLICIES AND MARKET INSTRUMENTS SUPPORTING RENEWABLES

9.1 Norway Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives
  9.1.1 Renewable Directive
  9.1.2 New Regulation on the Original Warranty for the Production of Electrical Energy, 2007
  9.1.3 Enova SF Fund
  9.1.4 The Basic Fund
  9.1.5 Energi21 – R&D Strategy for the Energy Sector
  9.1.6 White Paper on National Climate Policy, 2007
  9.1.7 Norway-Sweden Green Certificate Scheme
  9.1.8 Clean Energy for the Future (RENERGI) Program
  9.1.9 Enova Support Program for Housing, Building and Construction
  9.1.10 Contribution of households Grants
  9.1.11 Legislation on Offshore Renewable Energy Production
  9.1.12 The EU 7th Framework Program for Research
  9.1.13 Norway, Development of Hydrogen for Transport Sector

10 NORWAY HYDRO MARKET, DEALS MARKET TRENDS, 2009

10.1 Norway Hydro Market, Deals Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009
10.2 Norway Hydro Market, Major Deals, 2008-2010
  10.2.1 DONG Energy To Sell Its 33.3% Stake In Nordkraft To Troms Kraft
  10.2.2 DONG Energy To Sell Its 23.7% Stake In Salten Kraftsamband To Troms Kraft
  10.2.3 Bergenshalvoens kommunale And TronderEnergi To Acquire 33.5% Stake In SN Power Africa From Norfund
  10.2.4 Alpiq Acquires 13.04% Stake In Conceptor Renewable Energy
  10.2.5 Statkraft Acquires Additional 10% Stake In SN Power
  10.2.6 Norsk Hydro Sells Hydro Production Partner And Hydro Production Services To Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services
  10.2.7 Statkraft Norfund Power Invest Forms Joint Venture With Norfund
  10.2.8 Statnett Completes Offering Of $240 M Of 2.625% Notes Due 2012
  10.2.9 Statnett Completes Offering Of $45.2 M Of 4.5% Notes Due 2014
  10.2.10 Statnett Completes Offering Of Floating Rate Notes Due 2012 For $72.08 M
  10.2.11 Statnett Completes Offering Of $104.2 M Of 3% Notes Due 2011
  10.2.12 Hafslund Completes First Tranche Private Placement Of $29.99 M
  10.2.13 Fred. Olsen Completes Debt Offering Of $479 M
  10.2.14 Hafslund Raises $139.52 M Bonds In First Tranche
  10.2.15 Statnett Completes Offering Of $55.3 M Of 5.55% Notes Due 2020
  10.2.16 Statkraft To Invest $68 M For Up-gradation Of Nedre Rossaga Hydro Power Project In Norway
  10.2.17 Statkraft To Invest $118 M For Eiriksdal And Makkoren Hydro Power Plants In Norway
  10.2.18 Norsk Vannkraftproduksjon Acquires Two Hydro Power Plants For $740 M From Elkem
  10.2.19 Statkraft Completes Project Financing Of $166 M for Rehabilitiation Of Hydro Power Plants, Norway

11 COMPANY SNAPSHOT: AGDER ENERGI AS

11.1 Company Overview
11.2 Major Products and Services
11.3 Competitors
11.4 Locations And Subsidiaries
  11.4.1 Head Office
  11.4.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

12 COMPANY SNAPSHOT: E-CO ENERGI AS

12.1 Company Overview
12.2 Business Description
  12.2.1 Business Overview
12.3 Major Products and Services
12.4 SWOT Analysis
  12.4.1 Overview
12.5 E-CO Energi AS Strengths
  12.5.1 Market Leadership
  12.5.2 Efficient Resources Management
  12.5.3 Efficient Business Activities
12.6 E-CO Energi AS Weaknesses
  12.6.1 Poor Operational Efficiency
  12.6.2 Limitations of Governement Owned Organizations
12.7 E-CO Energi AS Opportunities
  12.7.1 New Projects
  12.7.2 Increasing Focus on Renewable Energy
  12.7.3 Increasing Demand for Electricity
12.8 E-CO Energi AS Threats
  12.8.1 Highly Competitive Environment
  12.8.2 Volatility in Electricity Prices
  12.8.3 Compliance with Environmental Regulations
12.9 Competitors
12.10 Locations And Subsidiaries
  12.10.1 Head Office
  12.10.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

13 COMPANY SNAPSHOT: HAFSLUND ASA

13.1 Company Overview
13.2 Business Description
  13.2.1 Business Overview
  13.2.2 District Heating
  13.2.3 Heat and Power
  13.2.4 Markets
  13.2.5 Network
  13.2.6 Financials
  13.2.7 Venture
13.3 Major Products and Services
13.4 SWOT Analysis
  13.4.1 Overview
13.5 Hafslund ASA Strengths
  13.5.1 Diversified Business Portfolio
  13.5.2 Robust Customer Base
  13.5.3 Integrated Business Model
  13.5.4 Leading Market Position
  13.5.5 Strong Growth Prospects
13.6 Hafslund ASA Weaknesses
  13.6.1 Lack of Geographical Diversification
  13.6.2 Declining Market Share in Sector
  13.6.3 Limited Liquidity Position
  13.6.4 Weak Financial Performance
13.7 Hafslund ASA Opportunities
  13.7.1 Increasing Concern for Climate Change
  13.7.2 Secured Supply of Power
  13.7.3 Strategic Focus on Renewable Energy
  13.7.4 New Facilities
13.8 Hafslund ASA Threats
  13.8.1 Regulatory Risk
  13.8.2 Intense Competition
  13.8.3 Decrease in Water Levels
13.9 Competitors
13.10 Locations And Subsidiaries
  13.10.1 Head Office
  13.10.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

14 COMPANY SNAPSHOT: NORSK HYDRO ASA

14.1 Company Overview
14.2 Business Description
  14.2.1 Business Overview
  14.2.2 Aluminium Metal
  14.2.3 Aluminium Products
  14.2.4 Energy
14.3 Major Products and Services
14.4 SWOT Analysis
14.5 Overview
14.6 Norsk Hydro ASA Strengths
  14.6.1 Strong Foothold in the Market
  14.6.2 Presence across Solar Value Chain
  14.6.3 Strong Liquidity Position
  14.6.4 Strong Growth Prospects
  14.6.5 Diversified Operations
14.7 Norsk Hydro ASA Weaknesses
  14.7.1 Poor Operational Performance
  14.7.2 Decreasing Returns
  14.7.3 Declining Market Share in Sector
  14.7.4 Low Return on Equity
  14.7.5 Power Outage
14.8 Norsk Hydro ASA Opportunities
  14.8.1 Expansion of Aluminium Business
  14.8.2 Rising Focus on Renewable Energy
  14.8.3 Growth in Photovoltaic Cell Market
  14.8.4 Business Deals
  14.8.5 Strategic Combination
  14.8.6 New Plants
14.9 Norsk Hydro ASA Threats
  14.9.1 Stringent Environmental Regulations
  14.9.2 Aluminium Industry Consolidation
  14.9.3 Substitutes
14.10 Competitors
14.11 Locations And Subsidiaries
  14.11.1 Head Office
  14.11.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

15 COMPANY SNAPSHOT: STATKRAFT AS

15.1 Company Overview
15.2 Business Description
  15.2.1 Business Overview
  15.2.2 Customers
  15.2.3 Key Strategies
  15.2.4 Emerging Markets
  15.2.5 Generation and Markets
  15.2.6 Industrial Ownership
  15.2.7 Other
  15.2.8 Skagerak Energi
  15.2.9 Wind Power
15.3 Major Products and Services
15.4 SWOT Analysis
  15.4.1 Overview
15.5 Statkraft AS Strengths
  15.5.1 New Projects
  15.5.2 Strong Assets Base
  15.5.3 Increased Investment Activities
15.6 Statkraft AS Weaknesses
  15.6.1 Operational Risk
  15.6.2 Government Controlled
  15.6.3 Weak Financial Performance
15.7 Statkraft AS Opportunities
  15.7.1 Supply Agreement with Boliden Odda until 2030
  15.7.2 Increased Focus on Wind Power in Norway and Sweden
  15.7.3 Environment Friendly Energy
  15.7.4 Deregulation
  15.7.5 New Research Programmes
15.8 Statkraft AS Threats
  15.8.1 Pricing
  15.8.2 Intense Competition
  15.8.3 Extreme Weather
15.9 Competitors
15.10 Locations And Subsidiaries
  15.10.1 Head Office
  15.10.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

16 APPENDIX

16.1 Abbreviations
16.2 GlobalData’s Methodology
16.3 Coverage
16.4 Secondary Research
16.5 Primary Research
16.6 Expert Panel Validation
16.7 Contact Us
16.8 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity by Technologies (MW), 2001 – 2020
Table 2: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity by Technologies (MW), 2001 – 2020
Table 3: Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Table 4: Global Hydro Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Table 5: Norway Power Market, Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020
Table 6: Norway Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2001-2020
Table 7: Norway Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Table 8: Norway Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Table 9: Norway Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Table 10: Norway Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Table 11: Norway Hydro Power Market, Top Active Hydro Power Plants, 2009
Table 12: Norway Hydro Market, Deal Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009
Table 13: DONG Energy To Sell Its 33.3% Stake In Nordkraft To Troms Kraft
Table 14: DONG Energy To Sell Its 23.7% Stake In Salten Kraftsamband To Troms Kraft
Table 15: Bergenshalvoens kommunale And TronderEnergi To Acquire 33.5% Stake In SN Power AfriCA From Norfund
Table 16: Alpiq Acquires 13.04% Stake In Conceptor Renewable Energy
Table 17: Statkraft Acquires Additional 10% Stake In SN Power
Table 18: Norsk Hydro Sells Hydro Production Partner And Hydro Production Services To Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services
Table 19: Statkraft Norfund Power Invest Forms Joint Venture With Norfund
Table 20: Statnett Completes Offering Of $240 M Of 2.625% Notes Due 2012
Table 21: Statnett Completes Offering Of $45.2 M Of 4.5% Notes Due 2014
Table 22: Statnett Completes Offering Of Floating Rate Notes Due 2012 For $72.08 M
Table 23: Statnett Completes Offering Of $104.2 M Of 3% Notes Due 2011
Table 24: Hafslund Completes First Tranche Private Placement Of $29.99 M
Table 25: Fred. Olsen Completes Debt Offering Of $479 M
Table 26: Hafslund Raises $139.52 M Bonds In First Tranche
Table 27: Statnett Completes Offering Of $55.3 M Of 5.55% Notes Due 2020
Table 28: Statkraft To Invest $68 M For Up-gradation Of Nedre Rossaga Hydro Power Project In Norway
Table 29: Statkraft To Invest $118 M For Eiriksdal And Makkoren Hydro Power Plants In Norway
Table 30: Norsk Vannkraftproduksjon Acquires Two Hydro Power Plants For $740 M From Elkem
Table 31: Statkraft Completes Project Financing Of $166 M For Rehabilitiation Of Hydro Power Plants, Norway
Table 32: Agder Energi AS Major Products and Services
Table 33: Agder Energi AS, Other Locations
Table 34: Agder Energi AS, Subsidiaries
Table 35: E-CO Energi AS Major Products and Services
Table 36: E-CO Energi AS, SWOT Analysis
Table 37: E-CO Energi AS, Subsidiaries
Table 38: Hafslund ASA Major Products and Services
Table 39: Hafslund ASA, SWOT Analysis
Table 40: Hafslund ASA, Other Locations
Table 41: Hafslund ASA, Subsidiaries
Table 42: Norsk Hydro ASA Major Products and Services
Table 43: Norsk Hydro ASA, SWOT Analysis
Table 44: Norsk Hydro ASA, Other Locations
Table 45: Norsk Hydro ASA, Subsidiaries
Table 46: Statkraft AS Major Products and Services
Table 47: Statkraft AS, SWOT Analysis
Table 48: Statkraft AS, Other Locations
Table 49: Statkraft AS, Subsidiaries
Table 50: Abbreviations 127

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Global Hydro Power Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Figure 2: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity by Technologies (MW), 2001 - 2020
Figure 3: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity Split by Technologies (MW), 2009
Figure 4: Global Renewable Power Market Installed Capacity (MW), 2001 – 2020
Figure 5: Global Renewable Power Market Installed Capacity Spilt by Technology (MW), 2009
Figure 6: Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Figure 7: Global Hydro Market. Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Figure 8: Norway Power Market, Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020
Figure 9: Norway Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2001-2020
Figure 10: Norway Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Figure 11: Norway Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Figure 12: Norway Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020
Figure 13: Norway Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020
Figure 14: Norway Hydro Market, Deal Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009 50

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Agder Energi AS
E-CO Energi AS
Hafslund ASA
Norsk Hydro ASA
Statkraft AS

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