Global Industry Overview

October 2011
United States Power Report;2011, Issue 4, p10
Industry Profile
The article presents the global overview of the power market. It is expected that non-Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries will dominate in electric power supply and growth. It forecasts that oil will continue to lose its market share if prices will continue to increase. It is also predicted that nuclear renaissance will be threatened.


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