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Market Competitive Intensity (MCI): Algeria

  • Publication Date:April 2008
  • Publisher:Datamonitor
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:25

Market Competitive Intensity (MCI): Algeria

Introduction

Datamonitor's MCI Index offers a robust framework for measuring the development of utility Market Competitive Intensity. The MCI assessment draws on nine underlying metrics grouped into three broad clusters: Market framework; Supplier Push; Customer Pull.

Scope

Insight into the current levels of competitiveness in the gas and power markets of the EU 27 and 6 related markets. Analysis of the commercial opportunities and threats in the selected markets both currently and in 2010. A benchmarking of the factors driving competition and market entry in the gas and power sectors of the selected markets.

Highlights

Datamonitor's MCI Index offers a robust framework for measuring the development of utility Market Competitive Intensity. "MCI scores are calculated using two different methods. The first the simple weighted average (additive) measure shows overall competitive intensity. The second the multipliative method is more complex. It prevents markets with an overly wide spread of underlying raw scores from exerting undue influence over or skewing the final result.

" MCI scores are calculated using two different methods. The first the simple weighted average (additive) measure shows overall competitive intensity. The second the multipliative method is more complex. It prevents markets with an overly wide spread of underlying raw scores from exerting undue influence over or skewing the final result.

Reasons to Purchase

Assess the competitive environments of gas and power markets both now and in the future. Gain insight into value chain factors driving market competitiveness and how each individual part of the chain will evolve as competition develops. Screen future market entry plans against the MCI scores to highlight key areas of potential risk and opportunity. .

  • Datamonitor View
  • Catalyst
  • Summary
  • Analysis
    • Introduction: Datamonitor's Mci Index Offers A Robust Framework for Measuring The Development of Energy Market Competitive Intensity
    • The Mci Index Shows How Attractive A Particular Market Is to New Entrants in Terms of The Competitive Environment
    • The Mci Assessment Draws on Nine Underlying Metrics Grouped into Three Broad Clusters: Market Framework; Supplier Push; Customer Pull
    • The Mci Index Measures Competitive Intensity in The Eu 27 and 6 Related Markets
    • The Mci Index Assesses Markets as They Stood in Early 2008 and Forecasts Conditions Likely to Be Prevailing Three Years after Full Market Opening
    • Each of The Nine Pillars Has An Assessment Scale to Allow for The Comparison of Diverse Markets (See Appendix for More Details)
    • Two Differing Overall Mci Scores Are Calculated to Ensure Full Clarity of Results
    • A Simple Weighted Average (Additive) Measure Shows Overall Competitive Intensity
    • A Weighted Multiple (Multiplicative) Measure Shows Overall Competitive Intensity
    • The Mci Framework Has A Number of Applications for Your Organization
    • Context: Algeria's Gas and Power Markets Are Heavily Government Dominated, Significantly Curtailing Options for New Entrants
    • Algeria Has A One Company Dominated Power Market Which Serves to Limit Its Total Score
    • like The Power Market, Algeria's Gas Sector Is Curtailed by Monopolistic Control
    • Power Mci: Algeria Has A One Company Driven Market and Hence The Overall Scenario Is Not Very Viable for New Competitors
    • The Market Framework Scores Are Expected to Improve during The Forecast Period as We Expect The Reform Process to Reach A More Developed Stage by 2010
    • Effectiveness of Regulator [2008: 3/10 2010: 5/10]
    • Ease of Third Party Access [2008: 2/10 2010: 5/10]
    • Effectiveness of Balancing and Data Transfer [2008: 2/10 2010: 4/10]
    • Algeria's Supplier Push Metrics Will Remain Low Whilst Sonelgaz Maintains Control
    • Wholesale Market Fragmentation [2008: 1.5/10 2010: 3.5/10]
    • Retail Market Fragmentation [2008: 0/10 2010: 2/10]
    • Traded Market Maturity [2008: 0/10 2010: 0/10]
    • Customer Pull Metrics Largely Remain at The Lower Range of The Scale
    • Access to Market Information and Assistance [2008: 1/10 2010: 2/10]
    • Consumer Representation [2008: 2/10 2010: 2/10]
    • Propensity to Switch [2008: 0/10 2010: 0/10]
    • Gas Mci: like The Power Market, Algeria's Gas Sector Is Curtailed by Monopolistic Control
    • Algeria's Gas Market Framework Metrics Score Better than Those Currently Prevailing in The Power Market
    • Effectiveness of Regulator [2008: 4/10 2010: 6/10]
    • Ease of Third Party Access [2008: 4.5/10 2010: 6/10]
    • Effectiveness of Balancing and Data Transfer [2008: 3/10 2010: 5/10]
    • Algeria's Gas Supplier Push Metrics Are Curtailed by The Role of Sonatrach
    • Wholesale Market Fragmentation [2008: 3/10 2010: 5/10]
    • Retail Market Fragmentation [2008: 1/10 2010: 1/10]
    • Traded Market Maturity [2008: 0/10 2010: 0/10]
    • Weak Customer Pull Metrics Reflect The Concentrated Nature of Algeria's Gas Market
    • Access to Market Information and Assistance [2008: 3/10 2010: 4/10]
    • Consumer Representation [2008: 2/10 2010: 3/10]
    • Propensity to Switch [2008: 0/10 2010: 0/10]
    • Outlook: Commercial Opportunities Exist, Though Overcoming The Threat Posed by Existing Players Is A Significant Challenge
    • Monopolies in Both The Power and Gas Sector Leads to Low Mci Scores
    • Power Scores
    • Gas Scores
    • The Dominance and Formidable Challenge Represented by Likes of Sonelgaz and Sonatrach Create Few Opportunities in The Algerian Energy Sector Away from The Upstream
    • New Market Entrant Opportunities, Power
    • New Market Entrant Threats, Power
    • Sonatrach's Dominance Is The Biggest Threat for Any New Gas Market Entrant
    • New Market Entrant Opportunities, Gas
    • New Market Entrant Threats, Gas
    • Mci Scores
  • Appendix
    • Definitions
    • Ask The Analyst
  • List of Tables
    • Table 1: Market Competitive Intensity, Algeria 2008-10
    • Table 2: Mci Additive, Europe 2008-2010
    • Table 3: Mci Multiplicative, Europe 2008-2010
  • List of Figures
    • Figure 1: Mci Assessment Scale
    • Figure 2: Mci Assessment Framework
    • Figure 3: Mci Market Coverage
    • Figure 4: Mci Scales
    • Figure 5: Mci Applications
    • Figure 6: European Power Market Competitive Intensity, 2008-10
    • Figure 7: European Gas Market Competitive Intensity, 2008-10
    • Figure 8: Power Market Competitive Intensity, Algeria
    • Figure 9: Gas Market Competitive Intensity, Algeria
    • Figure 10: Market Competitive Intensity, Algeria
    • Figure 11: Scale for Mci Assessment, Effectiveness of Regulator
    • Figure 12: Scale for Mci Assessment, Ease of Third Party Access
    • Figure 13: Scale for Mci Assessment, Effectiveness of Balancing and Data Transfer
    • Figure 14: Scale for Mci Assessment, Wholesale Market Fragmentation
    • Figure 15: Scale for Mci Assessment, Retail Market Fragmentation
    • Figure 16: Scale for Mci Assessment, Traded Market Maturity
    • Figure 17: Scale for Mci Assessment, Access to Market Information and Assistance
    • Figure 18: Scale for Mci Assessment, Consumer Representation
    • Figure 19: Scale for Mci Assessment, Propensity to Switch
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