Assessment of Independent Power Projects in the Middle East and North Africa

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This research service studies the investment patterns in the Independent Power Products. The study covers 66 major deals in Independent Power Products.  The investment patterns are analyzed by time, deal value, and deal volume; geographic preferences, and type of deals.  We have also studied how to determining and evaluating sources of equity, establish incentives for facilitating private interest, addressing obstacles to securing financing, offering low-risk, profitable opportunities, and Implementing strategies for mitigating risk  The conclusion to this study consists of financial analysis and SWOT analysis of Independent Power Products.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Geographic and Research Scope

2. Investment Trends in Independent Power Projects
Investment Trends
Investment Trend by Period
Investment Trend by Years
Investment Trend by Volume and Value
Investment Trends by Project Status
Investment Trends by Project Type

3. Attracting Investments in Independent Power Producers in Middle East
Attracting Investments in Independent Power Producers in Middle East
Drivers and Restraints
Determining and Evaluating Sources of Equity
Incentives for Facilitating Private Interest
Addressing Obstacles to Securing Financing
Offering Low-Risk Profitable Opportunities
Implementing Strategies for Mitigating Risk

4. Financials Assessment of Independent Power Producers in Middle East North Africa
Financial Analysis
Margin Analysis
Investor Returns
Short Term Liquidity Ratios
Solvency Ratios
Valuation Ratios

5. Key Conclusions and Recommendations
Key Conclusions and Recommendations
Final Thoughts
Appendix
Disclaimer and Certification

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