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Economic Feasibility of Power Plants

Economic Feasibility Projects in the area of Energy Economics include detailed market analyses of the energy market - supply sources, demand sources, and deploying various technologies, including renewable energies (e.g., waste-to-energy and wind energy). 

These feasibility studies are dependent on a variety of factors, apart from the supply and demand noted above, including the electricity price regime, regulation, available technology, governmental goals, and other factors as welland one of the more important ones is the electricity prices forecast. 

Economikr’s comparative advantage is its experience in providing analysis on behalf of new private-sector entrants the entry of private players into the energy market, a field predominantly occupied by large natural monopolies. It has surveyed various developments in regulation in several markets, and has analyzed market changes in a constantly changing world, both in terms of supply of energy products, private financing, governmental guarantees, and other financial factors.

Economic Feasibility Study – Power Plant in Mishor Rotem, Israel

In this project, economic feasibility was evaluated for several types of sales models (sales to end-consumers, operation as a separate entity under the Israel Electric Corporation, or a combination of both). The study included a long-range electricity price forecast, risk analyses and other determining factors, based on the usage of two types of fuel for electricity production – natural gas and fuel oil. This project was performed for OPC (Ofer Power Company) under the auspices of Economic Models.

Economic Feasibility Study of Possible Energy Configurations for the Israeli Chemical Corporation (ICL)

This study was created for the Israel Chemical Corporation, one of the world’s leading exporters of phosphates, potash and specialized fertilizers, and performed under the auspices of Economic Models. The study included developing cash flows based on different types of plants and various financial alternatives, including PFI. 

Evaluating Israel Oil Refineries (ORL) Production and Sales Model

ORL is Israel’s leading importer of various types of oil that lead to the development of oil-based products, including gasoline, diesel, aviation fuel, bitumen, fuel oil, and fuel additives. As ORL is a government-regulated entity, this project specifically required evaluating current government regulatory requirements. This study including the usage of regression to predict future prices of various types of crude oil based on trends and market shocks. 

Economic Feasibility Study of an IPP Plant, Israel

This project, performed under subcontract to Economic Models Ltd for Noble Energy, included an economic feasibility study for a power plant based on natural gas, towards the development of a new independent power plant in the country, based on the existing regulation of the Israeli Public Utility Authority. 

Estimating Economic Potential of LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) in Israel

This project was carried out for Israel Oil Refineries, the country leading importer of various types of oil that are the basis of several oil-based products, including gasoline, diesel, aviation fuel, bitumen, fuel oil, and fuel additives. This particular survey covered included estimating the economic profitability of importing LNG to Israel to produce electricity.


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