China Utilities Industry Report - H2, 2011

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China Utilities Industry Report - H2, 2011

China’s utilities industry has been experiencing rapid growth in recent years, although a deceleration occurred in 2009 due to the global economic downturn. The report covers the three utility groups in China, namely the electricity, gas, and water utilities industries. China accounts for more than half of the region’s power consumption, with prospected growth averaging 7.6% per annum till 2030. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects China’s installed electric generating capacity to grow by an annual average rate of 3.6% to reach 1,686 gigawatts (GW) by 2030.

Current market trends and issues in the Chinese utilities industry include the severe water shortage and pollution problems, building of wastewater treatment facilities, development of renewable energy, and rising demand for natural gas in the country. The EIA projects that China will lead the way in adding hydroelectric and renewable electric generating capacity, such as solar and wind power.

The leading players in the Chinese utilities industry include: PetroChina Company Limited, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), Datang International Power Generation Company Limited, and China Power Investment Corporation. A comparative matrix of the financial highlights of the companies and a SWOT analysis of the companies are included in the report.


Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 China Economic Overview
1.2 Asia Pacific Utilities Industry Overview
1.3 China Utilities Industry Overview
1.4 Electricity Utilities
1.4.1 Hydropower
1.4.2 Nuclear Power
1.4.3 Coal Power
1.4.4 Electricity Consumption
1.5 Water Utilities
1.5.1 Water Resources
1.5.2 Water Consumption
1.6 Gas Utilities
1.6.1 Gas Reserves
1.6.2 Production and Consumption

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Water Shortage in China
2.2 Wastewater Treatment in China
2.3 Renewable Energy
2.4 Rising Demand for Natural Gas

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 Leading Players
3.1.1 PetroChina Company Limited (PetroChina)
3.1.2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)
3.1.3 Datang International Power Generation Company Limited (Datang Power)
3.1.4 China Power Investment Corporation (CPI)
3.2 Comparative Matrix
3.3 SWOT Analysis

4. Tables & Charts

Table 1: China Major Economic Indicators (2006–2010)
Table 2: Hydropower Production by Location (kWh Billion) (2004–Sep 2011)
Table 3: Major Nuclear Power Plants under Construction
Table 4: Water Consumption per Capita by Location (Liters) (2004–2010)
Table 5: World Natural Gas Proven Reserves (2010 vs. 2009)
Table 6: China Natural Gas Production by Location (Million Cubic Meters) (2004–2010)
Table 7: China Natural Gas Consumption by Industry (Million Cubic Meters) (2004–2009)
Table 8: PetroChina’s Operations Summary (2009–Sep 2011)
Table 9: Sinopec’s Production and Operations Summary (2009–Sep 2011)
Table 10: Sinopec’s Operating Results by Segment (2009–Jun 2011)
Table 11: Financial Highlights of the Leading Players

Chart 1: China Annual GDP Growth Rate (2001–Sep 2011)
Chart 2: China Monthly Inflation Rate (2010–2011)
Chart 3: Asia-Pacific Utilities Industry Segmentation
Chart 4: China Electricity Production by Source (2001¬–Sep 2011)
Chart 5: Hydro Electric Production (2001–Sep 2011)
Chart 6: China’s Coal Production and Consumption in 2010 (% of Total)
Chart 7: China Electricity Consumption by Industry (2006–Sep 2011)
Chart 8: Top 10 Nations by Electricity Consumption in 2010
Chart 9: Water Supply by Residential and Productive Use (2001–2010)
Chart 10: Water Consumption per Capita (2001–2010)
Chart 11: World Gas Production in 2010
Chart 12: China Gas Production and Consumption (2001–2010)
Chart 13: PetroChina's Segment Turnover in Jan–Sep 2011
Chart 14: Datang Power's Operating Results (2006–Jun 2011)
Chart 15: Datang Power's Total Installed Capacity (2006–Jun 2011)
Chart 16: CPI's Power Mix in 2011
Chart 17: CPI's Total Production in 2010 and 2011

Number of pages: 36
Release Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012