28 years experience in Turkey and Central Asia Over 1,400 projects Over 50% repeat business Research carried out in 12 countries and all economically significant sectors Serving investors, international institutions and the public sector Trusted for independence, quality and discretion
IBS is a leading supplier of high-quality commercial information to international businesses carrying out direct investment in Turkey. It is also active in the countries of the Black Sea, Caucasus and Central Asia.
IBS specialises in assisting market entrants appraise and quantify the opportunities in the fast-growing markets in its region. Its key experience is in Turkey, where it carries out market consultancy and competitor analysis. It has been particularly active supporting companies bidding in the privatisation auctions held by the Turkish Government. 40% of its income comes from energy consultancy, with IBS specialising on natural gas and power market issues.
The IBS Hourly Power Dispatch Model is an equilibrium dispatch model which establishes the balancing and settlement market price in the market for each hour of each day to 2035, based on economic merit, but taking also into account contractual constraints. The model was developed in co-operation with IHS CERA.
This document (available in both Turkish and English) sets out developments in the international and Turkish energy sector in 2009 and expectations of 2010.
It is designed to promote an informed debate in the key matters of energy policy facing decision makers in Turkey and the world in the years ahead. For a free copy, please e-mail Cigdem.Meral@ibsresearch.com
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