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Report on IntelliNews – Croatia Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Croatia Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Croatia segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
Countries in central and south-eastern Europe are continuing to pursue their strategy to boost the share of energy from renewable sources in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far, geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the sectors that have priority for each individual state.

Croatia, which will become an EU member state in July 2013, has vowed to boost the share of renewable energy to 35% by 2020 in line with EU targets. Investments in the sector are expected to soar to EUR 3bn over the period as the country is focusing mainly on the development of hydropower, wind and biomass energy projects.

The main obstacle for RES investors in Croatia is the large number of permits that their projects need to obtain before going on stream. More than 520 renewable and co-generation energy projects are carried out in the country at present. The deployment of wind power enjoys a considerable interest with companies from Denmark, Spain and Germany revealing intentions to build some 200 wind parks in the country in the next few years.
Although Croatia’s seaside regions, especially in the south, hide promising solar energy potential, complex administrative procedures hamper the development of the sector.

Some 40% of Croatia’s power output comes from 25 big hydropower stations. The government is willing to expand the potential of small hydropower plants too, and has estimated there is a potential for building new small plants of combined 180MW capacity.

Croatia also estimated it could utilize the construction of some 40 biomass power plants, especially in the eastern and central areas, that would produce electricity and heat. Several investors already announced plans to build such plants in the country’s north.

Table of Contents
Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

CROATIA
Croatia sets RES target of 35% by 2020
Croatia’s end-2010 installed renewable energy capacity reaches 120MW
Government provides financial stimuli for alternative producers
Croatia generates 2.1% of electricity from RES
Most green heating energy generated from biomass
Croatia adds 20MW of wind power capacity in H1 2011
Croatia’s solar power sector needs easier procedures
EBRD supports development of Croatia’s hydropower sector
Croatia has capacity for development of 40 biomass power plants

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Croatia LNG Markets to 2020- Analysis and Forecasts of Terminal wise Capacity

The new comprehensive report on Croatia LNG industry from LNGReports provides complete analysis, data and forecasts of the industry from 2000 to 2020. Annual information on LNG trade, capacity, exports/imports, infrastructure and market structure from 2000 to 2020 is provided. All major trends, investment opportunities, industry drivers along with challenges are analyzed.

Availability of natural gas in the future and its impact on LNG projects is analyzed in detail through forecasts of gas production and demand. Information on all Sale- Purchase Agreements signed by companies along with forecasts of contracted and spare capacities to 2020 are detailed. http://www.bharatbook.com/oil-and-gas-market-research-reports/croatia-lng-markets-to-2020-analysis-and-forecasts-of-terminal-wise-capacity-and-associated-contracts-lng-trade-movements-and-prices.html

For the first time, you will find the long term sale- purchase contracts (MSPAs), trade movements, prices along with an illustrative map in one single report. In addition, the report provides the construction details, capital investments and feasibility of planned projects. Industry Analysis

The industry is compared to its peer markets through new and innovative tools like benchmarking and positioning matrix. The possible growth of LNG in the peer countries along with investment environment is discussed.

On the competitive landscape, Croatia market structure is clearly described with supporting data on market shares and net weighted capacity of each company between 2000 and 2020.

Scope
• Outlook of global LNG and natural gas industries to 2020
• Forecasts of Croatia natural gas production and consumption along with major fields, operators and reserves
• Historic and Forecasted Liquefaction capacity, storage capacity, contracted and non-contracted capacities to 2020
• An illustrative map of all the existing and planned LNG terminals
• SWOT Analysis of the market
• Key Trends and Issues in Croatia LNG market
• Benchmark with five peer markets on four indexes (supply, capacity, economic and operational)
• Market Structure, Companies- their capacities and market shares, 2000 to 2020
• Construction details including FEED/ EPC contract, constructor details, construction period and operating technology
• All active and announced Sales and Purchase agreements (SPA) along with purchaser, quantity and duration details
• Trade movements and pricing information by country are provided for a period of seven years from 2002 to 2010
• Terminal start year, installed capacity, processing trains, storage capacity and storage tanks.
• Operator and shareholders along with their equity stake for all terminals
• Capex of all terminals, feasibility of planned terminals
• Source field, connecting pipelines, jetty and other infrastructure, LNG carriers
• Company profiles of three LNG majors
• Latest mergers, acquisitions, contract announcements, trade agreements, terminal expansions and all related news

Reasons To Purchase
• Make strategic decisions using our in-depth analysis and historical and forecasted data on terminals, countries and companies
• Identify potential opportunities for gas procurement, capacity reservations and asset investments
• Evaluate pros and cons of investing in the country’s LNG market as compared to its peer markets
• Enhance your strategy formulation through our positioning matrix and identifying the growth stage of the market
• Identify potential investment opportunities present across the LNG value chain in the entire world
• Evaluate planned projects using our feasibility analysis of planned projects and capital investment
• Gain access to data on LNG pricing and trade movements in different parts of the world and export or import LNG from stable and cheapest sources
• Stay ahead of competition by understanding their business strategies and planned investments
• Make merger and acquisition decisions using market share information and latest news section

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