Under Construction
Country Sector Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Title Commitment in UA Status Signature Date
Multinational Power Sovereign Multinational - Nigeria-Niger-Benin-Burkina Faso Power Interconnection Project 36,500,000 Implementation
Djibouti Power Sovereign Djibouti – Geothermal Exploration Project in the Lake Assal Region 10,740,000 Implementation
Multinational Power Sovereign Multinational - Projet d’interconnexion électrique Cameroun- Tchad (composante Tchad) 27,500,000 Implementation
Madagascar Power Sovereign Madagascar - Etude de faisabilité du projet de renforcement et d'interconnexion des réseaux de transport d'énergie électrique 1,000,000 Implementation
Multinational Power Sovereign Multinational - 225KV Guinea-Mali Electricity Interconnection Project 30,000,000 Implementation
Multinational Power Sovereign Multinational - 225KV Guinea-Mali Electricity Interconnection Project 30,000,000 Implementation
Mali Power Sovereign Mali - Mini Hydropower Plants and Related Distribution Networks Development Project (PDM-Hydro) 20,000,000 Implementation

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16 May 2022

Global Energy Perspective 2022 (A report by Mckinsey &Company)

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Energy Perspective 2022

The Global Energy Perspective is developed by Energy Insights in collaboration with McKinsey Sustainability
and the Global Energy and Materials and Advanced Industries practices. The Global Energy Perspective 2022
offers a detailed demand outlook across 55 sectors, 70+ energy products, and 146 countries for five key scenarios. The report offers five main insights into the energy sector as follows.

1. The conflict in Ukraine, as well as other factors, have triggered significant peaks in energy prices as uncertainties around supply security and affordability are paramount. This comes at a time where markets are already tight following the COVID-19 rebound.

2. the energy mix is projected to shift toward power.By 2050, electricity and enabling hydrogen and synfuels could account for 50% of the energy mix.

3. Peak oil demand is projected to occur between 2024 and 2027 driven largely by EV uptake—a development that is already underway.

4. Even if all countries with net-zero commitments deliver on their aspirations, global warming is projected to reach 1.7°C by 2100.

5. Total investments across energy sectors are projected to grow by more than 4% per annum and are projected to be increasingly skewed towards non-fossil and decarbonization technologies, while returns remain uncertain.