cement production and consumption in ethiopia


Ethiopia - Cement industry news from Global Cement

Ethiopia: Electricity rationing has been restricting the production of cement companies since it started in April 2019. Under a program implemented by Ethiopian Electric and the Ministry of Water and Energy cement producers are only allowed to operate for 15 days per month according to the Reporter newspaper.

cement production and consumption in ethiopia

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The production process of cement clinker is energy-intensive and requires a large amount of fuel. Table 1 shows the increase in fuel consumption experienced by Mugher Cement plant over time. Table 1. Furnace Oil Consumption by Mugher Cement Plant 1999-2000 Taddele 2008 Year Fuel Consumed litres Fuel Birr

Ethiopian cement focus

Ethiopia is well set up geologically for cement production and has large limestone reserves. Poor infrastructure has previously prevented this from being exploited more efficiently. Ethiopia has historically had low cement consumption as low as 35kg/capita/yr in recent years.

Cement Market Set for a Concrete Future in Ethiopia

In 2007 two engineers Mesfin Abi and Gizaw Teklemariam and their workmate Eskindir Desta sat around a table pondering how to respond to the escalating cement consumption in Ethiopia. At the time the national cement output was a meagre two million tonnes per year while consumption was rocketing day after day by an unprecedented amount.

cement production and consumption in ethiopia recent trends

The installed Cement production capacity in Ethiopia has increased at 9%/year between 2008 and 2010 and by 86%/year between 2010 and 2012 . Based on a survey made for this study Ethiopia& 39;s cement production in 2010 consumed around 7 PJ of primary energy and the overall CO 2 emission is estimated at 1.4 Mt CO 2.

South Africa’s cement producers lay foundations for African

In Ethiopia there is sizeable investment in hydropower and new apartment developments outside of Addis Ababa. “I think this year Addis Ababa placed $1.5bn for road infrastructure in the financial year that started in July. That is a good opportunity for cement consumption” explains Ramafoko. Home disadvantage

Ethiopia’s challenging cement market: consumption stimulation

Ethiopia’s cement production utilisation rate is estimated at 50% compared to the global average of 60-70%. Stimulation measures. Ethiopia has proposed a number of measures to stimulate cement consumption such as the introduction of a rural housing construction code that stipulates the use of a minimum amount of cement.

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