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サウジアラビアのプロジェクト市場調査

Saudi Arabia Projects Market Report 2014

発行 MEED Insight 商品コード 297343
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サウジアラビアのプロジェクト市場調査 Saudi Arabia Projects Market Report 2014
出版日: 2014年01月27日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

サウジアラビアは今のところ中東で最大のプロジェクト市場です。昨年の契約額は610億米ドルとなり、計画中または建設中のプロジェクト額は1兆米ドルを上回ります。

当レポートでは、サウジアラビアのプロジェクト市場における主要機会について概括し、主要市場別の調査、主要プロジェクト・クライアントのプロファイル、政治経済の概要、定量的データ、主要請負業者の評価、プロジェクト開発を支える促進因子、および主な機会と課題などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 序文

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 政治的概要

  • 背景
  • 統治体制
  • 外交政策

第4章 経済・金融

  • 経済計画
  • 銀行・金融

第5章 プロジェクトの概要

  • 公共vs.民間
  • 中止プロジェクト
  • 主要請負業者
  • 主要クライアント
  • 将来のプロジェクト
  • 条件付き予測データ

第6章 炭化水素

  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • 天然ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第7章 製造・工業

  • 多様化
  • インセンティブ
  • 工業都市
  • 課題
  • 自動車
  • ポリシリコン
  • ガスベース・エネルギー集約型産業
  • セメント
  • スチール
  • アルミニウム
  • 肥料
  • Sabic specialty parks
  • 分析

第8章 鉱業

  • 投資
  • リン酸塩
  • ボーキサイト
  • 工業鉱物
  • 探査

第9章 電力

  • 将来のプロジェクト
  • 燃料・代替エネルギー
  • 送配電

第10章 再生可能・代替エネルギー

  • 規制政策
  • 財政的インセンティブ
  • 融資機会
  • KA-CARE(アブドッラー国王原子力・再生可能エネルギー都市)プログラム
  • その他の太陽光発電プロジェクト

第11章 脱塩

  • 送水

第12章 廃水

  • 将来の支出計画
  • 地下水
  • 洪水予防
  • TSE
  • Marafiq

第13章 建設

  • 主要クライアント
  • 主要請負業者
  • 建設コスト
  • 教育
  • 医療
  • 住宅
  • 不動産
  • 道路

第14章 鉄道

  • 鉄道
  • 地下鉄/軽量軌道(ライトレール)
  • モノレール

第15章 航空機

  • メディナ:Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International airport
  • ジェッダ:King Abdulaziz International airport
  • その他のプロジェクト

第16章 港湾

  • Jeddah Islamic Port
  • Dammam Port
  • Ras al-Khair Port
  • その他の港湾

第17章 付録:サウジアラビアにおけるビジネスの実行

  • サウジアラビアとの貿易
  • 公共部門でのビジネスの実行
  • 課税
  • 雇用法
  • 知的財産
  • 契約の実行、論争の解決およびビジネスの清算

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目次

Saudi Arabia is today by far the largest projects market in the Middle East with $61bn worth of contracts awarded last year, and a further over $1 trillion worth of projects planned or under construction. As such, for most companies involved in the projects market, it is the number one priority in the region.

The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, Saudi Arabia Projects Market 2014 report, outlines the major project opportunities in the region's largest projects market. The report covers all the major sectors in the kingdom including oil and gas, petrochemicals, power and water, industry, transport, mining, renewables, construction and infrastructure.

The research report profiles key projects and clients and includes an overview of Saudi Arabia's economy and politics. It provides quantifiable data on the historic, current and future size of each sector and the market as a whole. The report also evaluates the top contractors, and examines some of the regulatory issues facing the market.

Key benefits and features:

Through this comprehensive report you will gain insight to:

  • Project opportunities in the region's largest projects market
  • Key data on current and future size of each sector
  • Proprietary client and contractor rankings
  • Drivers behind project development in the kingdom
  • Key opportunities, challenges and much more..

Comprising more than 100 pages, the report provides a comprehensive overview of all key project sectors, and is an invaluable tool for any company wishing to do business in the kingdom. Along with providing an exclusive forecast for projects spending, the research report offers you a complete overview of the key project sectors and the kingdom's new investment requirements.

SAMPLES

Figure 2: GDP by sector (%)

Source: Sama

Figure 8: Value of GCC contracts awarded by country, 2005-13

Source: MEED Projects

Figure 19: Oil and gas fields

Source: Arab Oil & Gas

Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Political overview

  • 3.1. Background
  • 3.2. System of governance
  • 3.3. Foreign policy

4. Economy and finance

  • 4.1. Economic planning
  • 4.2. Banking and finance

5. Projects overview

  • 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. Quali fied forecast data

6. Hydrocarbons

  • 6.1. Structure
  • 6.2. Upstream oil
  • 6.3. Natural gas
  • 6.4. Refining
  • 6.5. Petrochemicals
    • 6.5.1. Issues
    • 6.5.2. Outlook
    • 6.5.3. Refining pet rochemicals integration initiative
    • 6.5.4. Key companies
    • 6.5.5. Current petrochemical projects
    • 6.5.6. Other major producers
    • 6.5.7. Mergers
  • 6.6. Projects market
  • 6.7. Cont ractors

7. Manufacturing and industry

  • 7.1. Diversification
  • 7.2. Incentives
  • 7.3. Industrial cities
  • 7.4. Challenges
  • 7.5. Automotive
  • 7.6. Polysilicon
  • 7.7. Gas-based and energy-intensive industry
  • 7.8. Cement
  • 7.9. Steel
  • 7.10. Aluminium
  • 7.11. Fertilisers
  • 7.12. Sabic specialty parks
  • 7.13. Analysis

8. Mining

  • 8.1. Investment
  • 8.2. Gold
  • 8.3. Phosphate
  • 8.4. Bauxite
  • 8.5. Industrial minerals
  • 8.6. Exploration

9. Power

  • 9.1. Future projects
  • 9.2. Fuel and alternative energy
  • 9.3. Transmission and distribution

10. Renewables and alternative energy

  • 10.1. Regulatory policy
  • 10.2. Fiscal incentives
  • 10.3. Financing opportunities
  • 10.4. The KA-Care programme
    • 10.4.1. Eligible technologies
    • 10.4.2. Eligibility
    • 10.4.3. Hybrid facilities
    • 10.4.4. Timing and number of bid rounds
    • 10.4.5. Job localisation
    • 10.4.6. Research and development
    • 10.4.7. KA-Care targets
  • 10.5. Other solar projects
    • 10.5.1. Current projects

11. Desalination

  • 11.1. Water transmission

12. Wastewater

  • 12.1. Future spending plans
  • 12.2. Groundwater
  • 12.3. Flood prevention
  • 12.4. TSE
  • 12.5. Marafiq

13. Construction

  • 13.1. Key clients
    • 13.1.1. Interior Ministry
    • 13.1.2. Housing Ministry
    • 13.1.3. Higher Education Ministry
    • 13.1.4. Rayadah Investment Company
  • 13.2. Key contractors
  • 13.3. Construction costs
  • 13.4. Education
  • 13.5. Healthcare
  • 13.6. Housing
  • 13.7. Real estate
  • 13.8. Roads

14. Rail

  • 14.1. Rail
    • 14.1.1. North-South Railway
    • 14.1.2. Jubail railway network
    • 14.1.3. Haramain high-speed rail project
    • 14.1.4. Saudi Landbridge
    • 14.1.5. Other lines
  • 14.2. Metro/light rail
    • 14.2.1. Riyadh Metro
    • 14.2.2. Jeddah Metro
    • 14.2.3. Mecca metro/light rail
    • 14.2.4. Medina metro
  • 14.3. Monorail

15. Aviation

  • 15.1. Medina - Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International airport
  • 15.2. Jeddah - King Abdulaziz International ai rport
    • 15.2.1. Riyadh - King Khaled International airport
    • 15.2.2. Jizan - King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz airport
  • 15.3. Other projects

16. Ports

  • 16.1. Jeddah Islamic Port
  • 16.2. Dammam Port
  • 16.3. Ras al-Khair Port
  • 16.4. Other ports

17. Appendix - Doing business in Saudi Arabia

  • 17.1. Trading with Saudi Arabia
  • 17.2. Doing business with the public sector
  • 17.3. Taxation
  • 17.4. Employment law
  • 17.5. Intellectual property
  • 17.6. Enforcing contracts, resolving disputes and liquidating a business

List of tables

  • Table 1: Key econmomic indicators
  • Table 2: Saudi merchandise exports, 2009-12 (SRm)
  • Table 3: Government budget, 2005-13 (SRbn)
  • Table 4: Historic budget allocations, 1970/74-2010/14 (SRm)
  • Table 6: Top 10 largest projects awarded, 2013
  • Table 6: Top 10 largest projects awarded, 2012
  • Table 7: Selected major projects due to be awarded in 2014
  • Table 5: Saudi Aramco board members*
  • Table 6: Estimated oil field capacities
  • Table 7: Key export terminals
  • Table 8: Major oil and gas projects under construction, January 2014
  • Table 9: Existing Aramco refineries
  • Table 10: Planned and under construction refinery projects
  • Table 11: Petrochemical producers by output, 2010
  • Table 12: Ethylene capacity, 2008-11 (‘ 000 t/y)
  • Table 13: Selected Sadara construction awards, September 2012
  • Table 14: EPC packages awarded under the PetroRabigh 2 project
  • Table 15: Non-Sabic and Aramco petrochemical projects under execution, September 2012
  • Table 16: Planned or under execution oil and gas projects
  • Table 17: Planned or under execution petrochemical projects
  • Table 18: The five signatories to the GES+ initiative
  • Table 19: Selected major contracts awarded under the GES+ programme
  • Table 20: Cement contracts awarded/due to be awarded, 2007-14
  • Table 21: Cement producers, 2012
  • Table 22: Recent steel projects
  • Tabl e 23: Ras al -Khair alumini um compl ex
  • Table 24: Fertiliser production
  • Table 28: Saudi minerals production, 2010-11 (‘000 tonnes unless otherwise stated)
  • Table 29: Gold production
  • Table 29: Saudi Arabia mining projects
  • Table 25: Saudi Arabian power sector key facts, 2013
  • Table 26: Power capacity by owner, 2013
  • Table 27: Major power plants under construction, January 2014
  • Table 28: Private power projects, completed and under way
  • Table 29: Planned private power projects, January 2014
  • Table 30: Functions of new unbundled companies
  • Table 31: SEC future EPC projects
  • Table 32: Transmission and distribution contract awards, 2008-13
  • Table 33: Saudi Arabia power sector key facts, 2013
  • Table 34: Renewable electricity performance indicators
  • Table 35: Indicative size of the first two renewable energy procurement rounds
  • Table 36: Key aspects of the KA-Care procurement programme
  • Table 37: Selected existing desalination plants, 2014
  • Table 38: Major selected desalination plants under construction, January 2014
  • Table 39: Existing IWPPs
  • Table 40: Planned desalination projects, January 2014
  • Table 41: Cities under NWC's mandate
  • Table 42: The four planned O&M clusters
  • Table 43: Existing and planned large-scale STPs, November 2013
  • Table 44: NWC estimate capital programme, 2013-17
  • Table 45: TSE cont racts*
  • Table 46: TSE MoUs
  • Table 47: Selected TSE sales contracts signed by NWC, as of November 2013
  • Table 48: Potential customers of NWC TSE
  • Table 49: Top 10 active projects by value
  • Table 50: Most active construction sector clients, 2013
  • Table 51: Most active construction sector clients, 2012
  • Table 52: Key education contracts under execution
  • Table 53: Selected major awarded healthcare projects
  • Table 54: Planned healthcare projects, 2014
  • Table 55: Selected major housing projects under construction
  • Table 56: Selected major private or public/private real estate projects
  • Table 57: Top road projects under execution
  • Table 58: Planned road projects
  • Table 59: Major planned and underway Saudi rail projects
  • Table 60: International airports current and planned capacity
  • Table 61: International passenger throughput at international airports, 2008-12 (‘000)*
  • Table 62: International cargo throughput at international airports, 2008-12 (tonnes)
  • Table 63: Top 10 destinations to or within Saudi Arabia, 2012
  • Table 64: Major airport projects
  • Table 65: Container volume throughput (TEUs)
  • Table 66: Port cargo throughput (tonnes)
  • Table 67: Ports projects planned and under way

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Nominal GDP growth, 2006-14
  • Figure 2: GDP by sector (%)
  • Figure 3: Rate of inflation, 2006-14
  • Figure 4: Breakdown of 2014 Saudi budget allocations by sector (% of SR855bn)
  • Figure 5: GDP growth, 2012-15
  • Figure 6: Population and unemployment, 2002-12
  • Figure 7: Value of GCC contracts awarded, 2005-13
  • Figure 8: Value of GCC contracts awarded by country, 2008-13
  • Figure 9: Breakdown of contracts awarded, 2005-13
  • Figure 10: Contracts awarded by sector, 2008-13 (% of $339bn)
  • Figure 11: Contract awards by public/private client and sector, 2012
  • Figure 12: Cancelled or on hold projects due to have been awarded in 2009-13, by sector
  • Figure 13: Projects due to have been awarded in 2009-13, by status (%)
  • Figure 14: The top 10 largest contractors by value of work under execution, February 2014
  • Figure 15: The top 15 clients by value of projects under execution
  • Figure 16: Value of planned and un-awarded projects by sector
  • Figure 17: Comparison of activity, 2007-17
  • Figure 18: MEED Insight forecast for contract awards by sector, 2014
  • Figure 19: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 20: Saudi Aramco oil production, 2008-12
  • Figure 21: Aramco gas production, 2007-12
  • Figure 22: Saudi Aramco delivered sales gas and ethane gas to gas plants, 2008-12
  • Figure 23: Domestic oil and petroleum product consumption, 2008-12
  • Figure 24: Sabic subsidiaries
  • Figure 25: Oil and gas contract awards, 2007-13
  • Figure 26: Oil and gas and petrochemical contracts under execution, by segment, January 2014 ($m)
  • Figure 27: Unemployment, 2000-12
  • Figure 28: Cement contract awards, 2007-14
  • Figure 29: Crude steel production, 2002-12
  • Figure 30: Iron and steel contract awards, 2008-13
  • Figure 31: Aluminum contract awards, 2010-14
  • Figure 32: North-south minerals railways route
  • Figure 33: Main geological structures
  • Figure 34: Waad al-Shamal location
  • Figure 35: Bauxite transport map
  • Figure 36: Power peak demand growth, 2008-12
  • Figure 37: Leading power developers by equity capacity, January 2014*
  • Figure 38: Distribution of SEC generating units by years of service, 2008 -15
  • Figure 39: Power demand forecast, 2000-30
  • Figure 40: Power capacity by supplier, 2010-20
  • Figure 41: SEC available generating capacity by technology, 2012 (%)
  • Figure 42: Projected oil consumption by the power sector, 2011-30
  • Figure 43: Proposed energy mix in 2032 by source (MW)
  • Figure 44: SEC planned annual project spending, 2011-15
  • Figure 45: KA-Care's planned deployment of solar energy*
  • Figure 46: Solar thermal electricity generating potentials in Saudi Arabia
  • Figure 47: Annual global horizontal irradiation potentials in Saudi Arabia
  • Figure 48: Leading desalination developers by equity capacity, January 2014
  • Figure 49: Potable water demand and desalinated water production, 2007-31
  • Figure 50: Planned wastewater spending by NWC, 2012-20 (%)
  • Figure 51: Total NWC capex requirements for five major cities/groups
  • Figure 52: Growth in TSE sales, 2008-12
  • Figure 53: Growing demand for TSE in Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina, Mecca and Greater Dammam, 2012-30
  • Figure 54: Forecast of TSE usage in the kingdom's six major cities, 2011-30
  • Figure 55: Estimated capex needs for water and wastewater sector
  • Figure 56: Construction contract awards, 2006-13
  • Figure 57: Construction contracts awarded by subsector, 2006-13 (%)
  • Figure 58: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 59: Ninth five-year development plan allocations
  • Figure 60: Construction contract awards by sector, 2013 (% of $20.8bn)
  • Figure 61: Construction projects by status ($m)
  • Figure 62: Top 10 construction contractors by value of work under way
  • Figure 63: Saudi Arabia tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 64: Cement prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 65: Rebar prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 66: Hospital beds required by region, 2014
  • Figure 67: Planned medical cities
  • Figure 68: Housing requi red by region
  • Figure 69: Value of hotel projects under way, by city
  • Figure 70: Road contract awards, 2006-13
  • Figure 71: Planned and existing rail networks
  • Figure 72: North-South Railway route
  • Figure 73: Riyadh public transport project - metro and bus networks
  • Figure 74: Principal airports
  • Figure 75: Saudi port locations
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