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Egypt country presentation cairo november-29-2012

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  • 1. November 29th, 2012 Egypt Presentationby: Mohamed Salah Elsobki (Jr.) – CairoUniversity Doria Abbas (CAPMAS)
  • 2. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1 : relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2 : relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3 : relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 3. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1: relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2: relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3: relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 4. Strengths and Weaknesses of datacollection process (1out of 4)Accessibility to data resources Reports from Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). Periodical reports and studies from different entities representing the supply and demand of energy in Egypt.  The Oil/Gas sector and the Electricity sector  The New and Renewable Energy Authority  The Industrial Development Authority  The Egyptian Electric Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Agency
  • 5. PERIODIC INDUSTRIAL SURVEY 12 Monthly surveysMonthly surveys Monthly surveys Monthly surveys Monthly surveys Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly survey survey survey survey 4 Quarterly surveys One Annual Survey
  • 6. Strengths and Weaknesses of datacollection process (2 out of 4) Relevancy and Strengths  A clear collection scheme with clear data sheets  Metered data energy supply and end use for electricity and gas use for end users  Aggregated data for oil end users
  • 7. Strengths and Weaknesses of datacollection process (3 out of 4) Accuracy and consistency / Weaknesses  Follow international standards and recommendations.  Not all the data is collected (financial fields rather than energy fields  Correlation between energy use and production level.
  • 8. Strengths and Weaknesses of datacollection process (4 out of 4) Recommendations to improve data collection  Mandatory energy surveys audits  A robust data verification process  Unification/ standard definitions
  • 9. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1 : relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator : relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator : relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 10. MACRO LEVEL INDICATORS economical activities are growing
  • 11. MACRO LEVEL INDICATORS economical activities are growing & ---- ?
  • 12. MACRO LEVEL INDICATORS Moving to more efficient economy
  • 13. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1 : relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2 : relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3 : relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 14. INDUSTRY INDICATORS Moving towards less energy intensive industries
  • 15. INDUSTRY INDICATORS Moving towards less energy intensive industries and more efficient use of fuel
  • 16. INDUSTRY INDICATORS Moving towards less energy intensive industries
  • 17. INDUSTRY INDICATORS Moving towards less subsidies to industries
  • 18. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1: relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2: relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3: relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 19. RESIDENTIAL INDICATORS Increasing use of electricity ------- ??
  • 20. RESIDENTIAL INDICATORS Increasing use of electricity ------- ??
  • 21. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1: relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2: relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3: relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 22. Use of indicators in National or regional EE and RE policy monitoring and evaluationThe used indicators help in: Setting, monitoring and evaluate National energy strategies and goals An implementation of an obligatory scheme for energy use data collection ; from both the: supply side & the end use side Serve as the base for regional benchmarking Select the common EE indicators from the different countries with a popper weighting factor Interpretation of observed trends Serve as the base for developing reliable, sustainable and significant indicators
  • 23. PRESENTATION CONTENTStrengths and Weaknesses of data collectionprocessFirst selected Indicator 1: relevancy, use and interpretationSecond selected Indicator 2: relevancy, use and interpretationThird selected Indicator 3: relevancy, use and interpretationUse of indicators in National or regional EEand RE policy monitoring and evaluationConclusion: consolidation of assets andfuture steps
  • 24. consolidation of assets and future stepsLeague of Arab States (LAS) accepting to adoptthe purposed indicators as the ones used. Thatinvolve energy suppliers and end usersFirst stage implementation through RCREEEcountries, to ensure: The enhancement/development of existing institutional data organizational for the consistent and sustainable data collection processes. Setting the benchmarks and the related scheduled. Developing and adopting a performance contact scheme whenever possible
  • 25. Expected ResultsSpecific Energy Use Creeping R egional /I nternatio nal Benc hmarks time
  • 26. Thanks for your attentionMohamed Salah Elsobki (Jr.) – Cairo UniversityDoria Abbas (CAPMAS)