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  • 1. Joan López ESADE Business School Candidate Almaty. Kazakhstan. August 2010 BRICKs
  • 2. 1.  Introduction. 2.  Overview of energy supply. 3.  Main inversion projects. 4.  International presence. 5.  MBA career opportunities.
  • 3. Introduction. Overview of energy supply. Main inversion projects. International presence. MBA career opportunities.
  • 4. Info. Overview. Demographical Info (2009) Unit Population millions 15,4 Land area sq Km 2.720 Economi Overview (2009) Largest of the former Soviet republics. Growth rate 2002-07 was 8%. Indutry sector with a hugh presence. Extraction and processing of natural resources. Sources: CIA World Factbook, U.S. Energy Information Administration, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
  • 5. Sources: Own sources
  • 6. Sources: Own sources
  • 7. Introduction. Overview of energy supply. Main inversion projects. International presence. MBA career opportunities.
  • 8. • K is one of the main coal producers in Central Asia and East Asia. • K is the main energy exporter to Russia, China and Central Asia industrial regions. Energy Industry. Overview
  • 9. Energy industry. Disposition. Electricity disposition (2009) bKWh Electricity production 78,4 Electricity consumption 77,9 International trade (2009) bKWh Exports 0,5 Imports 1,94 Sources: CIA World Factbook, U.S. Energy Information Administration, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Balance: -$1,2b
  • 10. • K’s total installed power generating capacity is 18.7 GW. • Poor maintenance and obsolete equipment. • More than 70% of K energy requirements is supported with domestic coal. Energy Industry. Overview
  • 11. • McKinsey forecasts electricity domestic market could absorb 3b kWh today and 8b in 2017. • Reduction of 70m tons of CO2 in ten years. • BASF has a long-term contract to ensure the quality of Kazakhstan bio-fuel, solar and wind farms validation. Energy Industry. Overview
  • 12. Introduction. Overview of energy supply. Main inversion projects. International presence. MBA career opportunities.
  • 13. Main Inversion Projects I.  Wind Power. II.  Solar Power. III.  Hydropower. IV.  Bio-Fuel.
  • 14. Wind Power. Areas Sources: Own sources
  • 15. • K Wind Power potential >1,8 trillion kWh per year. • >50% of the area of K is rated at 4 – 5m/s at 30 meters. • >20% of the area of K is rated at >6m/s in at 80 meters. • Chinese investments to generate and export electricity to China, specifically to Xing Jiang. Wind Power
  • 16. • UNDP planned 20 prospective sites for construction of large wind farms. • Increase capacity up to 300 MW by 2015 (at an estimated cost of $375 million), with increases up to 2 GW by 2024 through domestic and foreign investment. • 5 MW wind power plant has already been launched like plant test. Wind Power. Initiatives
  • 17. Solar Power. Areas Sources: Own sources
  • 18. • Most potential market and potential for the vast territory of Central Asia. • Number of sunny hours is 2.200 - 3.000 per year. • Energy solar radiation is 1.300 – 1.800 kW/sqm/ year. Solar Power Sources: Own sources
  • 19. • Development Bank of K finances the construction of a polycrystalline silicon plant in Astana ($390m investment). • Replacing imports of electricity, especially in the southern region. • Extend access to electricity to the country’s remote and nomadic populations. Solar Power. Initiatives.
  • 20. Hydro Power.Areas. Sources: Own sources
  • 21. • Accounts 12% of K’s total generating capacity. • Average annual amount hydropower generation amounts to 7,78b kWh. • By January 2012, at least 50 percent of the electricity generated in K would be sold at electricity exchange. Hydro Power Sources: Baker McKinsei 2008
  • 22. • Investment of local authorities in small hydro ($750m in 10 years). • Interest of Chinese Government in big hydro ($15Km in 15 years). • Private EU investors of small hydro provided with international short-term credits. • Tax holidays in realization of investment projects Program. Hydro Power. Initiatives.
  • 23. Bio – Fuel. Areas. Sources: Own sources
  • 24. • Currently, K’s bio fuel sector is in its infancy. • K is the largest producer of wheat in Central Asia. • K has a potential to produce 300K tons bio diesel per year and export more than half of it becomming the second largest exporter to the EU. Bio-Fuel Sources: Own sources
  • 25. • Were built 3 plants in 2009 and are under construction 4 more plants increasing to over 50K tons per year • Exporting 100% to China and Russia. • The national program for transition development calls for increase investment up to 25% by 2024. Bio-Fuel. Initiatives. Sources: Own sources
  • 26. Introduction. Overview of energy supply. Main inversion projects. International presence. MBA career opportunities.
  • 27. By Multinational Companies
  • 28. By Countries
  • 29. Introduction. Overview of energy supply. Main inversion projects. International presence. MBA career opportunities.
  • 30. 1) Industry. •  Business Manager. •  Project Manager. 2) Finance and consulting. •  Strategic Planning. •  Strategic Foresight. •  International Relations. •  Strategic Finance Transformation Office. MBA Career Opportunities
  • 31. Thank you • More information and projects. Email: joanlopezgonzalez@yahoo.es Linkedin Group: Networking Bridge China Spain.