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摩洛哥的計劃市場

Morocco Projects Market Report 2014

出版商 MEED Insight 商品編碼 300590
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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摩洛哥的計劃市場 Morocco Projects Market Report 2014
出版日期: 2014年03月31日 內容資訊: 英文
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摩洛哥成為日益重要的計劃市場。在GCC各國的計劃市場面臨飽和的風險中,國民接受充分的教育,經濟成長,有穩定政治環境的摩洛哥,在承包經營者和顧問、供應商等之間,日益認知為有前途的市場。幾乎沒有石油、天然氣資源的摩洛哥,其經濟著重於其他幾個產業部門而多樣化。高速鐵路、再生能源、肥料的產業部門,位居這個地區的領導者的地位,還有礦業和旅遊業日益成為大型投資和關注的對象。現在,該國進行著總計超過200億美元的複數大型計劃,還有總計500億美元以上的複數計劃在計畫中或競標過程中。與GCC各國不同,這些計劃很多由民間主導。

本報告提供摩洛哥計劃市場的市場機會之各產品部門調查分析、各分門中主要的客戶承包經營者、市場規模的轉變與預測、主要課題、政府及民間的策略、政治經濟的概要到現在為止的過程、本次預測等彙整資料,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 經濟

  • 概要
  • 政府的計劃
  • 預算
  • 展望

第3章 政治

  • 政治體制
  • 修憲
  • 選舉
  • 政府
  • 政治穩定性、政治安全保障
  • 西撒哈拉

第4章 產業的實施

第5章 石油、天然氣

  • 概要
  • 授權制度
  • 石油上游部門
  • 天然氣
  • 上游部門
  • LNG
  • 煉製
  • 計劃市場

第6章 礦業

第7章 電力

  • 需求
  • 生產
  • 電力交易
  • 原料
  • 制度的架構
  • 輸配電
  • 地方電氣化
  • 計劃
  • 核能

第8章 再生能源

  • 政策環境
    • 法規政策
    • 金錢的獎勵
    • 融資選擇
  • 太陽能計劃
    • 太陽能計劃
    • 目前計劃
    • 今後的計劃
  • 風力
    • 風力計劃
    • 今後的計劃

第9章 上下水道

  • 概要
  • 法律規章
  • 策略
    • 計劃
  • 水供給
    • 計劃
  • 供水
    • 計劃
  • 淡水化
    • 計劃
  • 水庫
    • 計劃
  • 污水
    • 國家污水計劃
    • 地方污水計劃
    • 計劃

第10章 建築

第11章 運輸

  • 鐵路
    • main line
    • TGV Maroc 高速線
    • 計劃的融資
    • 其他計劃
    • 地下鐵道/輕軌
  • 航空
  • 灣港

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目錄

comprehensive overview of the fast-emerging Morocco projects market

Morocco is an increasingly important projects market. As the GCC projects market runs the risk of saturation, Morocco, blessed with well-educated population, growing economy and stable political environment is increasingly being viewed as a viable alternative market for contractors, consultants and suppliers alike.

Without meaningful oil and gas reserves, Morocco has diversified its economy to focus on other key sectors. In terms of high-speed rail, renewable energy and fertiliser it is a regional leader while other sectors such as mining and tourism are attracting growing amounts of investment and interest.

The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, Morocco Projects Market 2014 report, outlines the major project opportunities in the kingdom sector by sector. The first on Morocco, this report looks at the key clients and contractors, the historic, current and future sizes of each sector, the major challenges, key government and private strategy on each sector, and also provides a political and economic overview.

Today there are more than $20bn worth of major projects under execution in the kingdom with another $50bn-plus in the planning or tendering stage. Unlike in the GCC, much of the projects drive is being made by the private sector rather than the public sector.

As projects become increasingly large and ambitious, the need for foreign expertise is growing. Contractors across the region and beyond are attracted to Morocco by the increasing and size and diversity of the projects on offer.

Along with providing individual project details, the research report offers you individual sector strategies, current and future project work and challenges and opportunities facing project development in the kingdom.

Key benefits and features:

Through this comprehensive report you will be able to:

  • Learn about the $70bn-plus Morocco projects opportunity
  • Understand the current and upcoming individual project opportunities
  • Quantify investment in each sector
  • Access rankings of the top clients and contractors
  • Assess the specific challenges and drivers behind each subsector
  • Understand what the competition are doing

Table of Contents

List of tables

List of figures

1. Executive summary

2. Economy

  • 2.1 Overview
  • 2.2 Government programme
  • 2.3 Budget
  • 2.4 Outlook

3. Politics

  • 3.1 Political system
  • 3.2 Constitutional reform
  • 3.3 Elections
    • 3.3.1 2011 elections
    • 3.3.2 2007 elections
  • 3.4 Government
  • 3.5 Political stability and security
  • 3.6 Western Sahara

4. Doing business

5. Oil & Gas

  • 5.1 Overview
  • 5.2 Licensing regime
  • 5.3 Upstream oil
    • 5.3.1 Oil shale
  • 5.4 Gas
  • 5.5 Upstream
  • 5.6 LNG
  • 5.7 Refining
  • 5.8 Projects market

6. Mining.

7. Power

  • 7.1 Demand
  • 7.2 Production
  • 7.3 Electricity trade
  • 7.4 Feedstock
  • 7.5 Institutional framework.
  • 7.6 Transmission and distribution.
  • 7.7 Rural electri fication.
  • 7.8 Projects
    • 7.8.1 Transmission and distribution
    • 7.8.2 Generation
  • 7.9 Nuclear

8. Renewables

  • 8.1 Policy landscape
    • 8.1.1 Regulatory policy
    • 8.1.2 Fiscal incentives
    • 8.1.3 Financing options
  • 8.2 Solar projects
    • 8.2.1 Current projects
    • 8.2.2 Future projects
  • 8.1 Wind
    • 8.1.1 Wind projects
    • 8.1.2 Future projects

9. Water

  • 9.1 Overview
  • 9.2 Regulation
  • 9.3 Strategy
    • 9.3.1 Projects
  • 9.4 Water supply
    • 9.4.1 Projects
  • 9.5 Water transfer
    • 9.5.1 Projects
  • 9.6 Desalination
    • 9.6.1 Projects
  • 9.7 Dams
    • 9.7.1 Projects
  • 9.8 Wastewater
    • 9.8.1 National wastewater programme
    • 9.8.2 Rural wastewater programme
    • 9.8.3 Projects

10. Construction

11. Transport

  • 11.1 Rail
    • 11.1.1 Mainline
    • 11.1.2 TGV Maroc high-speed line
    • 11.1.3 Financing the project
    • 11.1.4 Further projects
    • 11.1.5 Metro/light rail
  • 11.2 Aviation
  • 11.3 Ports

List of tables

  • Table 1: GDP by sector, 2012 (%)
  • Table 2: Largest listed companies by market capitalisation ($bn)
  • Table 3: Key economic indicators, 2008-14
  • Table 4: 2011 participating parties
  • Table 5: 2011 election results by number of seats
  • Table 6: 2011 parliamentary election results
  • Table 7: 2007 election results
  • Table 8: Key cabinet positions (after the Istiqlal resignations)
  • Table 9: Comparative ease of doing business
  • Table 10: Ease of starting a business
  • Table 11: Procedures for starting a business
  • Table 12: Procedures for obtaining a construction permit
  • Table 13: Ease of doing business rankings
  • Table 14: ONHYM agreements for shale oil studies
  • Table 15: Major oil and gas projects
  • Table 16: Moroccan power sector key facts, 2013*
  • Table 17: Electricity demand, 2011-12 (GWh)
  • Table 18: ONEE electricity sales, 2011-12 (GWh)
  • Table 19: Domestic production: ONEE, 2011-12
  • Table 20: Installed capacity: ONEE, 2011-12
  • Table 21: Power production by type, 2011-12
  • Table 22: Electricity trade with Spain, 2011-12
  • Table 23: Electricity trade with Algeria, 2011-12
  • Table 24: Generation capacity by feedstock, 2011-12 (MW)
  • Table 25: Electricity production by feedstock, 2012 (GWh)
  • Table 26: ONEE customer base, 2011-12
  • Table 27: High-voltage transmission network, 2011-12 (km)
  • Table 28: Private distribution, 2010-11
  • Table 29: Selected power projects
  • Table 30: Nuclear permit process
  • Table 31: Morocco power sector key facts, 2013
  • Table 32: Morocco renewable electricity performance indicators
  • Table 33: Noor 1 key facts
  • Table 34: Morocco's current and future solar projects
  • Table 35: Operational wind farms in Morocco
  • Table 36: Wind farms under construction
  • Table 37: Morocco planned wind farms
  • Table 38: Water investment programme, 2011-15 ($bn)
  • Table 39: Existing desalination capacity
  • Table 40: Planned desalination projects
  • Table 41: Major contracts awarded on the LGV Maroc project
  • Table 42: TGV Maroc: Tangier -Casablanca high speed line, external funding sources

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Western Sahara
  • Figure 2: Number of wells drilled by ONHYM or its partners, 2000-11
  • Figure 3: Energy mix by year, 2006-12
  • Figure 4: Direct normal irradiation
  • Figure 5: Global horizontal i rradiation
  • Figure 6: The five key sites in the Moroccan Integrated Solar Energy Generation Project
  • Figure 7: Wind map of Morocco
  • Figure 8: Wind farms commissioned and under development
  • Figure 9: Average annual rainfall
  • Figure 10: Water resources, 1970-2025
  • Figure 11: Evolution of raw water use 2010-30
  • Figure 12: Water treatment rate, 2005-2030
  • Figure 13: Morocco rail networks
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