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阿曼的計劃市場

Oman Projects Market 2014 Report

出版商 MEED Insight 商品編碼 305540
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阿曼的計劃市場 Oman Projects Market 2014 Report
出版日期: 2014年05月06日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

阿曼在中東市區成為成長最快速的計劃市場之一。2014年第一季的該國契約,達350億美元價值的金額,這個數字,已經成為凌駕2013年全年的實際成果的50%規模。

本報告提供阿曼的計劃市場的市場機會各產品部門與相關調查分析、各部門主要的客戶與承包經營者、市場規模的轉變與預測、主要課題、政府及民間的策略、政治經濟的概要與到現在為止的過程與現在展望等彙整。

第1章 序文

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 政治

  • 政治不穩定
  • 反貪污鬥爭
  • 政策

第4章 經濟

  • 概要
  • 經濟發展
  • 通貨膨脹
  • 政府支出
  • 支出
  • 公債
  • 主權評等
  • 海外直接投資
  • 資源
  • 貿易
  • 經濟的多樣化
  • 未來展望

第5章 計劃市場

  • 公營 vs. 民營
  • 中止的計劃
  • 主要承包商
  • 主要客戶
  • 未來預測

第6章 能源

  • 結構
  • 石油上游部門
  • 天然氣
  • 煉製
  • 石油化學
  • 計劃市場
  • 承包商

第7章 建築

  • 概要
  • 契約的締結
  • 計劃:各狀況
  • 進行中的計劃:各部門
  • 進行中的計劃:各行政區域
  • 教育機關
  • 醫療機關

第8章 運輸

  • 機場
  • 港口
  • 鐵路
  • 道路

第9章 產業

  • 經濟的多樣化
  • 鋼的下游部門
  • 鐵礦的造粒系統
  • 鋁的下游部門
  • 鉻鐵礦和鉻鐵
  • 水泥
  • 礦業
  • 未來的支出預測

第10章 電力和水

  • 電力
  • 海水淡化

第11章 再生能源

  • 法律規範
  • 太陽能發電工程
  • 風力發電

第12章 污水

  • Muscat
  • 撒哈拉
  • 其他
目錄

A comprehensive forecast and assessment of the projects market in Oman

Oman is one of the fastest growing projects markets in the Middle East. In the first quarter of the year the sultanate awarded $3.5bn worth of contracts which is already more than 50 per cent of the value of deals awarded in the whole of 2013, indicating that 2014 should prove a very successful year for new projects.

The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, Oman Projects Market 2014 report, will provide an outlook for spending across all core sectors, including oil and gas, power and water, transport, industry and construction. It will profile key projects and clients and will include an overview of Oman's economy and politics.

The focus of this research report will particularly be on the key future projects such as BP's $15bn Khazzan development, the $10bn development of the Duqm refinery and petrochemicals complex, the expansion of Sohar refinery and other key projects such as the sultanate's roads and airports programme, its railway plans, and ambitious wastewater programme.

Key benefits and features:

  • Breakdown and analysis of the $87bn worth of project opportunities in Oman
  • Key data on current and future size of each sector
  • Proprietary client and contractor rankings
  • Details on upcoming projects and schedules
  • Key opportunities, challenges and much more..

Although Oman has long been a stable projects market, the next few years could see the market grow substantially as it seeks to diversify its economy further and promote projects in more remote regions. Comprising more than 100 pages, this new Oman Projects Market report is essential reading for any company interested in accessing this growing and increasingly diverse market.

Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Politics

  • 3.1 Political unrest
  • 3.2 Anti-corruption campaign
  • 3.3 Succession
    • 3.4 Policy

4. Economy

  • 4.1 Overview
  • 4.2 Economic growth
  • 4.3 Inflation
  • 4.4 Government spending
  • 4.5 Budget
  • 4.6 Public debt
  • 4.7 Sovereign rating
  • 4.8 Foreign di rect investment
  • 4.9 Reserves
  • 4.10 Trade
  • 4.11 Economic diversi fication
    • 4.11.1 The eighth five-year development plan
    • 4.11.2 Vision 2020
    • 4.11.3 Priority projects
  • 4.12 Outlook

5. Projects market

  • 5.1 Public vs. Private
  • 5.2 Cancelled projects
  • 5.3 The main contractors
  • 5.4 The main clients
  • 5.5 Future projects
  • 5.6 Forecast

6. Energy

  • 6.1 Structure
  • 6.2 Upstream oil
  • 6.3 Gas
    • 6.3.1 Oman Gas Company spending
    • 6.3.2 The Khazzan project
  • 6.4 Refining
    • 6.4.1 Sohar refinery expansion
    • 6.4.2 Duqm refinery and petrochemical complex
  • 6.5 Petrochemicals
    • 6.5.1 Liwa Plastics
    • 6.5.2 Sohar
    • 6.5.3 Salalah
  • 6.6 Projects market
    • 6.7 Contractors

7. Construction

  • 7.1 Overview
  • 7.2 Cont ract awards
  • 7.3 Projects by status.
    • 7.3.1 Projects under execution
    • 7.3.2 Projects on hold
    • 7.3.3 Projects pipeline
    • 7.3.4 Projects out to tender
  • 7.4 Projects under way by sector
  • 7.5 Projects under way by governorate
  • 7.6 Tourism
    • 7.6.1 Omran
  • 7.7 Education
  • 7.8 Healthcare

8. Transport

  • 8.1 Airports
  • 8.2 Ports
  • 8.3 Rail
    • 8.3.1 Mainline
  • 8.4 Roads

9. Industry

  • 9.1 Economic diversi fication
  • 9.2 Steel
  • 9.3 Downstream steel
  • 9.4 Iron ore pelletising
  • 9.5 Aluminium
  • 9.6 Downstream aluminium
  • 9.7 Chromite and ferrochrome
  • 9.8 Cement
  • 9.9 Mining
  • 9.10 Future spending

10. Power and water

  • 10.1 Power
    • 10.1.1 Power sector structure
    • 10.1.2 Demand and supply
    • 10.1.3 Main interconnected system (MIS)
    • 10.1.4 Salalah system
    • 10.1.5 Decommissioning
    • 10.1.6 Private sector
    • 10.1.7 Fuel and alternative energy
    • 10.1.8 Transmission and distribution
  • 10.2 Desalination
    • 10.2.1 Demand
    • 10.2.2 Sur
    • 10.2.3 Salalah
    • 10.2.4 Duqm

11. Renewables

  • 11.1 Regulatory framework
  • 11.2 Solar projects
  • 11.3 Wind

12. Wastewater

  • 12.1 Muscat
  • 12.2 Salalah
  • 12.3 The rest of Oman

List of tables

  • Table 1: Council of Ministers
  • Table 2: Economic indicators, 2007-13 (% unless indicated)
  • Table 3: Oman budget, 2014
  • Table 4: Oman budget, 2014: Current and capital expenditure of civil ministries
  • Table 5: Top trading partners, 2012
  • Table 6: Top 10 contracts awarded, 2008-13
  • Table 7: Selected projects awarded or due to be awarded in 2013
  • Table 8: Oil and gas blocks
  • Table 9: Output by producer, 2011-13 ('000 b/d)
  • Table 10: Oil sector contract awards
  • Table 11: Planned and un-awarded oil projects
  • Table 12: Major gas project awards
  • Table 13: Major planned and un-awarded gas projects
  • Table 14: Petrochemicals projects
  • Table 15: Building projects under study and design
  • Table 16: Largest construction and building projects out to tender
  • Table 17: Tourism-related projects planned or under way
  • Table 18: Major education projects planned or under way
  • Table 19: Planned healthcare projects, May 2014
  • Table 20: Airport contracts planned and under execution
  • Table 21: Port projects
  • Table 22: Oman rail projects
  • Table 23: Oman rail network key facts
  • Table 24: Most active contractors in the roads sector
  • Table 25: Road projects in design or bid phase
  • Table 26: Iron and steel cont racts awarded/due to be awarded
  • Table 27: Industrial production
  • Table 28: Non-ferrous metals, minerals and cement contracts awarded/due to be awarded, 2006-13
  • Table 29: Selected metals and minerals production, 2006-10 ('000 t/y)
  • Table 30: Contracted operational power capacity in the MIS, May 2014
  • Table 31: MIS installed plant capacity by plant, 2014-20 (MW)
  • Table 32: Total Power Generation Resources - MIS
  • Table 33: Contracted operational power capacity in the Salalah system, May 2014
  • Table 34: Contracted future capacity in the Salalah system, 2014-20
  • Table 35: Contingency Reserves
  • Table 36: Prospective contract extensions (Net MW)
  • Table 37: IPPs and IWPPs in Oman, May 2014
  • Table 38: Future IPPs
  • Table 39: Electricity supply by company, 2011-12
  • Table 40: Transmission and distribution projects
  • Table 41: Large-scale desalination plants in operation, 2014
  • Table 42: Contracted capacity, 2014-20 ('000 cm/d)
  • Table 43: Major planned desalination projects, May 2014
  • Table 44: Oman renewable electricity performance indicators
  • Table 45: Existing Muscat wastewater treatment infrastructure
  • Table 46: Network-related investment planned by Haya Water
  • Table 47: Major STPs under the Haya Water programme
  • Table 48: Major network contracts awarded by Haya Water
  • Table 49: Haya Water's TSE quality standards
  • Table 50: Treated effluent production and utilisation, 2009-12
  • Table 51: Monthly wastewater service charges in Muscat ($)
  • Table 52: Selected MRMWR wastewater cont racts, 2008-12

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Average oil production, 2000-13
  • Figure 2: Average gas production. 2000-13
  • Figure 3: GDP by sector, 2020 (%)
  • Figure 4: Value of projects awarded in the GCC by country, 2006-13
  • Figure 5: Contracts by sector, 2008-13.
  • Figure 6: Aggregated value and percentage breakdown of cont racts by sector, 2008-13 ($m)
  • Figure 7: Contract awards by sector and public/private client, 2008-13
  • Figure 8: Contract awards by public/private and by sector as a proportion of total, 2008-13
  • Figure 9: Value of cancelled or on hold projects due to have been awarded, 2008-16
  • Figure 10: Percentage on hold/cancelled projects due to have been awarded by sector, 2008-16
  • Figure 11: Top 10 contractors by value of work under execution
  • Figure 12: Top 10 clients by value of work under execution
  • Figure 13: Selected major clients by value of work planned based on known and defined projects
  • Figure 14: Value of unawarded projects by selected sector
  • Figure 15: Forecast contract awards by sector, 2014 ($m)
  • Figure 16: Oil and gas blocks
  • Figure 17: Average oil production*, 2000-13
  • Figure 18: Gas production, 2000-13
  • Figure 19: LNG exports, 2000-13
  • Figure 20: Khazzan gas reserves
  • Figure 21: Gas supply outlook, 2009-25
  • Figure 22: Refined products, production and consumption, 2006-13
  • Figure 23: Energy contract awards, 2009- May 2014
  • Figure 24: Energy contract awards, 2008-Q2 2014 ($m)
  • Figure 26: Annual construction contract awards, 2009-13 ($m)
  • Figure 27: Oman construction projects by status (%)
  • Figure 27: Construction projects under way by sub-sector (%)
  • Figure 29: Construction projects under way by governorate (%)
  • Figure 30: Airport developments
  • Figure 31: Oman planned rail network
  • Figure 32: Oman planned rail network, Segment One
  • Figure 33: Planned Sohar ferrochrome capacity, 2012-16
  • Figure 34: Non-oil industrial contract awards, 2007-14*
  • Figure 35: Industrial projects planned and operational
  • Figure 36: The MIS and Salalah systems
  • Figure 37: Peak power demand growth, 2008-12
  • Figure 38: Peak power demand in MIS and Salalah, 2008-13
  • Figure 39: MIS electricity demand projections, 2014-20
  • Figure 40: Salalah future power generation capacity requirements, 2014-20
  • Figure 41: Leading international power developers by equity capacity, April 2014
  • Figure 42: Projected gas consumption by the MIS power and desalination sector, 2013 -20
  • Figure 43: Projected gas consumption by the Salalah power and desalination sector, 2013-20
  • Figure 44: Major T&D contract awards, 2008-13
  • Figure 45: MIS and Sur water demand, 2013-20
  • Figure 46: Sur peak water demand, 2014-20
  • Figure 47: Salalah peak water demand, 2013-20
  • Figure 48: Annual di rect normal irradiance map of Oman
  • Figure 49: Global solar radiation average, 1987-92 (kWh/m2/d)
  • Figure 50: Annual mean wind speed at 80 metres above ground at five meteorological stations (m/s)
  • Figure 51: Areas covered by the Muscat wastewater programme.
  • Figure 52: Status of capital expenditure, 2013 (%)
  • Figure 53: Planned network coverage on the Muscat wastewater programme, 2010-21 (% of population)
  • Figure 54: Capital expenditure by type (% of $6.3bn)
  • Figure 55: Capital expenditure by area (% of $6.3bn)
  • Figure 56: New STPs planned under the Muscat wastewater programme
  • Figure 57: Planned TSE production and utilisation by Haya Water, 2009-12
  • Figure 58: Planned TSE production by Haya Water, 2010-34
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