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中東の鉄道市場 & 投資機会分析

Middle East Railway Sector Market & Investment Opportunity Analysis

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中東の鉄道市場 & 投資機会分析 Middle East Railway Sector Market & Investment Opportunity Analysis
出版日: 2017年03月01日 ページ情報: 英文 100 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、中東における地域・国レベルの鉄道輸送の現況について、包括的に考察しており、各国が採用する政策・規制の枠組み、および同地域の鉄道ネットワークの拡大を促進するために様々なステークホルダーが採用するイニシアチブについて議論しています。

第1章 中東の展望

  • 国の概要
  • 中東経済
  • 中東における輸送

第2章 中東における鉄道輸送の展望

  • 中東における鉄道輸送の全体的な状況
  • 中東における鉄道インフラ開発の動向

第3章 サウジアラビア

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第4章 バーレーン

  • 計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発の政策

第5章 アラブ首長国連邦 (UAE)

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第6章 クウェート

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第7章 オマーン

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第8章 カタール

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第9章 イラン

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 提案中/計画中の鉄道インフラ

第10章 ヨルダン

  • 既存の鉄道ネットワーク
  • 計画中の鉄道ネットワーク
  • 鉄道開発政策

第11章 トルコ

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道ネットワーク拡大の政策

第12章 イスラエル

  • 既存の鉄道インフラ
  • 計画中の鉄道インフラ
  • 規制の枠組み
  • 鉄道インフラ開発政策

第13章 GCC (湾岸諸国) の鉄道ネットワーク

第14章 中東の鉄道部門における投資機会

第15章 中東における鉄道部門の促進因子

  • 経済を多様化する政策
  • 都市化 & 人口の急増
  • 環境上の理由

第16章 中東における鉄道部門の商業的課題

  • 地域規模 & 人口基盤
  • 不都合な地理的条件
  • 道路輸送では安い燃料が入手可能

第17章 中東における鉄道部門の将来の展望

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目次

"Middle East Railway Sector & Investment Opportunity Analysis" report gives comprehensive insight on the current scenario of rail transport in Middle East region at country level. Report also discusses the policy and regulatory framework adopted by each country along with the initiatives undertaken by the various stakeholders to promote the growth of rail network in the region. Currently Iran, Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia are the dominant players in the regional rail network expansion efforts. The total rail network length in region is close to 35,000 km and is further expected to surpass 45,000 km by 2030 years with total investment of more than US$ 200 Billion.

Beginning of rail transport in Middle East dates back to late nineteenth century when national railway lines were constructed in Egypt, Turkey, Iraq and Iran. After that during the Ottoman Empire, railway network in Middle East grew substantially in the countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria. Like most of the other parts in Asia and Africa, railway construction in various Middle East countries is also a history of the colonial powers' strategic and economic priorities. During the first part of the 1900s, railways were built for military purposes, as well as to provide distribution routes for products from the industries of the colonizing nations and raw materials for the same industries. Consequently, the lines have different technical specifications, depending on which country constructed them.

During the last century, railway construction was proceeding at a considerable speed - mainly in Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Israel. However, the rail density was - and still is - low, compared with more advanced countries. Likewise, the diversity of standards and axle load did make through traffic difficult. Still, a few border crossing were established within the region and towards Europe and Asia. Vast desert areas, extremely hot climate, difficult topography, disperse population centers and heavy dependence on road due to abundant domestic petroleum resources have always acted as the roadblocks in the growth of rail network in the region. Though now most of the countries have built railway network, at least to some extent, its role in passenger transport is almost negligible in the region as a whole.

As in 2016, the total railway network length in the entire Middle East region is close to 35000 km with more than 90% being in Iran, Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Iran with about 13000 km of railway network length, leads the rail transport in the region followed by Turkey and Egypt with railway network of 12000 km and 9500 km respectively. Besides, railway networks with moderate length also exist in the countries like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Israel, Jordan and Syria etc. But excepting Saudi Arabia, in a large part of the Arabian Peninsula in countries like Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain Oman rail transport has no presence. Barring tiny proportion of freight movement by rail, these hydrocarbon resource-rich countries are almost entirely dependent on road transport, primarily due to the cheap fossil-fuels and the policies of respective governments. But some of the countries outside the Arabia region but falling within the Middle East region, such as Iran, Egypt and Turkey have built extensive rail network and railways account for major part of the transportation network in the country. Rail networks of shorter lengths are also present in the countries like Israel, Jordan, Syria, Iraq etc. though the role of rail transport in the entire transportation systems is quite insignificant in most of the countries.

Rail transport is integral part of sustainable growth strategy in the region that will drive the market. There are several cross-border railway links including the Gulf Railway in the list of proposed railway projects. These will naturally enhance the scope of trade among the countries along with providing invest opportunities in other sectors. The railway network can transform the region in the way so that it will have the one of the best transportation infrastructure in the world. In addition to direct economic benefits, it will enable the countries to utilize the sizeable potential in other sectors like finance, tourism, retail which have already indicated enormous potential.

Table of Contents

1. Middle East Outlook

  • 1.1 Countries Overview
  • 1.2 Middle East Economy
  • 1.3 Transportation in Middle East

2. Middle East Rail Transport Outlook

  • 2.1 Overall Status of Rail Transport in Middle East
  • 2.2 Trends in Railway Infrastructure Development in Middle East

3. Saudi Arabia

  • 3.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 3.2 Proposed/Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 3.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 3.4 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

4. Bahrain

  • 4.1 Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 4.2 Regulatory Framework
  • 4.3 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

5. United Arab Emirates (UAE)

  • 5.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 5.2 Proposed/Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 5.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 5.4 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

6. Kuwait

  • 6.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 6.2 Proposed/Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 6.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 6.4 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

7. Oman

  • 7.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 7.2 Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 7.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 7.4 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

8. Qatar

  • 8.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 8.2 Proposed/Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 8.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 8.4 Policy for Railway Infrastructure Development

9. Iran

  • 9.1 Existing Railway Infrastructure
  • 9.2 Proposed/Planned Railway Infrastructure

10. Jordan

  • 10.1 Existing Railway Network
  • 10.2 Planned Railway Network
  • 10.3 Railway Development Policy

11. Turkey

  • 11.1 Existing Railway Network
  • 11.2 Planned Railway Network
  • 11.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 11.4 Policy for Rail Network Expansion

12. Israel

  • 12.1 Existing Railway Network
  • 12.2 Planned Railway Infrastructure
  • 12.3 Regulatory Framework
  • 12.4 Railway Infrastructure Development Policy

13. GCC Railway Network

14. Investment Opportunity in Middle East Railway Sector

15. Middle East Railway Sector Drivers

  • 15.1 Policies to Diversify Economy
  • 15.2 Urbanization & Rapid Population Growth
  • 15.3 Environmental Reasons

16. Middle East Railway Sector Commercial Challenges

  • 16.1 Geographic Size & Population Base
  • 16.2 Unfavorable Geographic Conditions
  • 16.3 Availability of Cheap Fuel for Road Transport

17. Middle East Railway Sector Future Outlook

List of Figures

  • Figure 2-1: Middle East - Railway Network Length by Countries (km), 2016
  • Figure 2-2: Middle East - Proportion of Total Railway Network by Country (%), 2016
  • Figure 2-3: Middle East & Other Countries Railway Network Density of Population (km Railway Lines per 1 Million Population), 2016
  • Figure 2-4: Middle East - Top Five Countries with Railway Network Density of Population (km Rail line per 1 Million population), 2016
  • Figure 2-5: Middle East & Other Major Countries Rail Network Length Density of Area (km of Railway lines per 1000 km2 area), 2016
  • Figure 2-6: Middle East - Top Five Countries in terms of Railway Network Length Density of Land Area (km Railway Lines per 1000km2 Area), 2016
  • Figure 2-7: Middle East - Railway Track Gauge (mm) by Country
  • Figure 2-8: Middle East - Electrified Railway Network Length (km), 2016
  • Figure 2-9: Middle East - Share of Electrified & Un-electrified Railway Network (%), 2016
  • Figure 2-10: Share of Electrified Railway in Middle East & Other major Regions (%), 2016
  • Figure 3-1: Saudi Arabia - Current & Projected Length of Railway Network (km), 2016 & 2040
  • Figure 3-2: Saudi Arabia - Proposed Railway Network Development Plan in Three Levels (km), 2010-2040
  • Figure 3-3: Saudi Arabia - Investment Plan in Railways (US$ Billion), 2010 - 2040
  • Figure 4-1: Bahrain - Planned Public Transport Network Length by Various Modes of Transportation (km), 2016 - 2030
  • Figure 4-2: Bahrain - Phase-wise Plans for Public Transport Network Length (km), 2016 - 2030
  • Figure 4-3: Bahrain - Phase wise Investment in Public Transport Network (US$ Billion), 2016 - 2030
  • Figure 6-1: Kuwait - Urban Rapid Rail Transit Network Implementation Plan Phase-wise (km)
  • Figure 6-2: Kuwait - Planned Implementation Schedule of National Railroad Project by Phase (km)
  • Figure 7-1: Oman - Railway Network
  • Figure 7-2: Oman - Rail Network Development by Phase (km), 2018-28
  • Figure 8-1: Qatar - Projected Railway Ridership (passenger trips per day), 2021 & 2031
  • Figure 8-2: Qatar - Projected Designed Maximum Speeds of the Trains (kmph)
  • Figure 10-1: Jordan - Current & Projected railway Network Length (km), 2016 & 2020
  • Figure 11-1: Turkey- Rail Investment (US$ Million), 2003 & 2013
  • Figure 11-2: Turkey - Cumulative Railway Network Length (km), 2011, 2014 & 2016
  • Figure 11-3: Turkey - Cumulative Length of High Speed Railway Network (km), 2011 & 2016
  • Figure 11-4: Turkey - Railway Passenger Ridership (Million), 2011 & 2016
  • Figure 11-5: Turkey - Passenger Ridership in High speed Rail (Million), 2011 & 2016
  • Figure 11-6: Turkey - Planned Railway Network Length by Type (km), 2015 - 2023
  • Figure 12-1: Israel - Rail passenger Volume (Million), 2009, 2013 & 2016
  • Figure 12-2: Israel - Railway Investment Plan by Sectors (Us$ Million), 2016 - 2020
  • Figure 12-3: Israel - Current & Projected Passenger Volume in Railways (Million), 2016 & 2020
  • Figure 13-1: GCC - Rail Network Outline
  • Figure 13-2: GCC - Railway Network Length in Each Member States (km)
  • Figure 14-1: Proposed Investment in Rail Projects in CC Countries (US$ Billion), 2015 - 2030
  • Figure 15-1: GCC Region - Projected Population (Million), 2020 & 2025
  • Figure 15-2: Average per passenger fuel economy in various transport modes (passenger mile per gasoline-Gallon equivalent), 2016