Public private partnerships investment in energy (current US$)

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Public Private Partnerships in energy (current US$) refers to commitments to infrastructure projects in energy (electricity and natural gas transmission and distribution) that have reached financial closure and directly or indirectly serve the public. Movable assets and small projects such as windmills are excluded. The types of projects included are management and lease contracts, operations and management contracts with major capital expenditure, and greenfield projects (in which a private entity or a public-private joint venture builds and operates a new facility). It excludes divestitures and merchant projects. Investment commitments are the sum of investments in facilities and investments in government assets. Investments in facilities are the resources the project company commits to invest during the contract period either in new facilities or in expansion and modernization of existing facilities. Investments in government assets are the resources the project company spends on acquiring government assets such as state-owned enterprises, rights to provide services in a specific area, or the use of specific radio spectrums. Data are in current U.S. dollars.
Source: The World Bank: World Development Indicators    # of Reporting Countries: 69
Frequency: Annual    Earliest: 2010-12     Latest: 2016-12

2010-12 2011-12 2012-12 2013-12 2014-12 2015-12 2016-12
1) Albania
28M
4.16M
58.6M
19.4M
2) Algeria
30.3M
3) Argentina
59.21M
237M
593M
828M
4) Bangladesh
137.13M
324.51M
1.53B
40.3M
516.5M
300M
170M
5) Bosnia Herzegovina
661.9M
6) Botswana
104M
7) Brazil
11.07B
15.28B
29.3B
8.68B
9.52B
5.69B
14.6B
8) Bulgaria
166.84M
569.69M
550.68M
165M
9) Cambodia
1.86B
10) Cameroon
342M
11) Cape Verde
80M
12) China
472.97M
2.8B
3.26B
3.8B
1.55B
3.09B
3.23B
13) Colombia
98.72M
684M
45M
384.6M
14) Costa Rica
273M
415.6M
165M
143M
46M
15) Dominican Republic
30M
365.7M
190M
204.5M
16) Ecuador
185.7M
111.4M
17) Egypt
314.7M
276M
106M
18) El Salvador
156.74M
19) Ethiopia
120M
20) Gabon
234M
134M
21) Georgia
313M
417M
22) Ghana
360M
440M
440M
900M
752M
23) Guatemala
758M
24M
450M
523M
302.5M
127.5M
24) Honduras
250M
144.5M
316.8M
562.3M
430M
349.3M
25) India
29.61B
21.01B
8.9B
2.95B
2.82B
2.09B
1.69B
26) Indonesia
2.3B
366M
1.9B
1.93B
1.69B
191M
8.07B
27) Iraq
250M
250M
500M
28) Ivory Coast
5.5M
5.5M
50M
350M
269M
29) Jamaica
132M
209.6M
30) Jordan
350M
1.1B
191M
428M
952.1M
31) Kenya
169.7M
360M
527M
764M
32) Laos
3.86B
455.6M
5.89B
2.02B
33) Lebanon
180M
34) Low & middle income
68.27B
65.54B
83.5B
46.66B
38.86B
37.29B
42.12B
35) Lower middle income
43.59B
29.02B
27.85B
11.19B
14.52B
13.53B
16.58B
36) Malaysia
34M
24M
2.31B
1.28B
2.68B
37) Mauritius
69.5M
38) Mexico
799.7M
1.21B
2.13B
2.12B
4.51B
2.55B
3.59B
39) Middle income
68.2B
65.1B
82.48B
46.56B
38.04B
37.13B
42B
40) Mongolia
120M
128M
41) Montenegro
154.6M
42) Morocco
342.75M
1.88B
1.44B
2.62B
1.9B
43) Mozambique
98.67M
200M
44) Myanmar
170M
45) Nepal
39.1M
107.3M
970.7M
147.9M
26.07M
46) Nicaragua
425M
143M
130M
76M
47) Nigeria
880M
48) Pakistan
538.3M
1.4B
263.1M
883.34M
1.69B
49) Panama
300.3M
680.5M
195M
513.3M
1.05B
50) Peru
1.01B
800.4M
2.08B
2.66B
1.64B
1.73B
323.9M
51) Philippines
2.09B
936.46M
949.3M
1.13B
4.9B
2.48B
52) Romania
1.24B
1.88B
10M
659.5M
53) Russia
5.19B
4.8B
43M
262M
207.01M
54) Rwanda
16M
142M
12M
24.1M
55) Senegal
22M
337M
114.15M
29.25M
56) Serbia
11.4M
558.6M
57) Sierra Leone
30M
58) South Africa
6M
5.72B
3.94B
3.93B
779.4M
59) South Asia
30.47B
22.1B
13.16B
3.26B
3.48B
3.27B
3.57B
60) Sri Lanka
684.4M
116.96M
354.9M
61) Tanzania
134.1M
62) Tonga
6.4M
63) Turkey
4.21B
5.4B
3.36B
9.1B
143M
1.58B
376.1M
64) Uganda
30M
34M
45.4M
64.04M
65) Ukraine
760.6M
940.2M
66) Upper middle income
24.61B
36.07B
54.63B
35.38B
23.51B
23.6B
25.42B
67) Vietnam
871.85M
2.77B
317.5M
1.79B
200M
68) Zambia
239M
1.61B
830M
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