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Qatar Projects Market Report 2014

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カタールのプロジェクト市場 Qatar Projects Market Report 2014
出版日: 2014年04月03日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

カタールは、2022年に同国で開催されるFIFAワールドカップに関連するインフラ整備といった要因も手伝って、中東市域で最も急成長しているプロジェクト市場となっています。カタール政府によると、今後10年間のスタジアム、ホテル、交通機関および下水インフラ建設への投資額は、1000億〜1500億米ドルに上ります。建設業者にとってカタールは、世界で最も魅力的なプロジェクト市場のひとつと言えます。

当レポートでは、カタールのプロジェクト市場における市場機会について産業部門別に調査分析し、各分門における主なクライアントと請負事業者、市場規模の推移と予測、主要課題、政府および民間による戦略、政治経済的概要これまでの経緯と今度の見通しなどをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 序文

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 カタールのイントロダクション

  • 政府システム
  • 人口

第4章 経済

  • 構造
  • 炭化水素経済
  • 非石油経済
  • 国家財政
  • 国際収支
  • インフレーション
  • 将来展望

第5章 プロジェクト市場

  • 過去の分析
  • 将来の見通し
  • 主要顧客と請負業者

第6章 石油・ガス・石油化学

  • 構造
  • 石油上流部門
  • ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学
  • 新プロジェクト
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第7章 産業

  • 主要重機械ユニット
  • 新たな産業

第8章 輸送

  • 鉄道
  • 空港
  • 港湾
  • 道路

第9章 2022年のFIFAワールドカップと2024年の夏季オリンピックの計画とプロジェクト

  • ワールドカップ
  • 開催都市
  • スタジアム
  • ワールドカップスタジアム
  • ワールドカップの予算
  • ワールドカップの意味合い
  • オリンピック招致

第10章 電力

  • 燃料と代替エネルギー
  • 送配電

第11章 淡水化と水供給

  • 水供給
  • KAHRAMAA(カタール電力・水公社)の支出

第9章 廃水

  • 処理
  • ネットワーク
  • TSE
  • 将来のプロジェクト

第10章 不動産

  • Lusail City
  • Barwa
  • Msheirebプロジェクト
  • The Pearl-Qatar

第14章 社会インフラ

  • 医療
  • 医療費とプロジェクト
  • 教育
  • 教育都市
目次

A comprehensive overview of the region's fastest growing projects market

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Qatar is the fastest growing projects market in the region due to the pressures of having the right infrastructure in place for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. According to the government, Qatar plans to spend between $100bn and $150bn over the next 10 years on new stadiums, hotels, transport and sewage infrastructure to meet the needs of the global event. This will turn Qatar into one of the world's major project hubs almost overnight and represents a fantastic growth opportunity for regional and international contractors alike.


The latest report by MEED Insight, Qatar Projects Market 2014, provides details on individual projects with exclusive qualitative and quantitative data sourced directly from key clients and from exhaustive research conducted by MEED Insight. It covers all key sectors including oil and gas, petrochemicals, industry, transport, power and water, as well as construction and infrastructure.

Key benefits and features:

Through this comprehensive report you will gain exclusive insight into:

  • New project opportunities in the region's fastest growing projects market
  • Key data on current and future size of different sectors
  • Top clients and contractor rankings in the state
  • Challenges facing new entrants to the market
  • Contact information of key clients and contractors
  • Government's plans for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
  • Key opportunities, challenges and much more...

Already in Q1 2014, thanks to billions of dollars of new contracts awarded on its expressways and metro programme in the first three months of the year, Qatar is the second largest projects market in the GCC (behind Kuwait) and is set to vastly outdo the $20bn worth of contracts it awarded in 2013.

This report is an update to the best-selling Qatar 2011, 2012 and 2013 reports. Comprising more than 100 pages, the Qatar Projects Market 2014 report provides a comprehensive overview of the political, macroeconomic and projects market scene in Qatar. Each projects sector is thoroughly analysed to provide in-depth insight into current and future project plans supported by project data, diagrams, graphs and maps.

Save time and investment on research and analysis. Gather exclusive data on the Qatar projects market through this in-depth examination.

Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Introduction to Qatar

  • 3.1 The system of government
  • 3.2 Population

4. The economy

  • 4.1 Structure
  • 4.2 The hydrocarbon economy
  • 4.3 Non-oil economy
  • 4.4 Public finances
  • 4.5 Balance of payments
  • 4.6 Inflation
  • 4.7 The Qatar National Vision 2030

5. The projects market

  • 5.1 Historical analysis
  • 5.2 Future outlook
  • 5.3 Top clients and contractors

6. Oil, gas and petrochemicals

  • 6.1 Structure
  • 6.2 Upstream oil
    • 6.2.1 Condensate
  • 6.3 Gas
    • 6.3.1 LNG
    • 6.3.2 Dolphin gas
    • 6.3.3 Al-Khalij and Barzan gas developments
    • 6.3.4 GTL
    • 6.3.5 NGLs
  • 6.4 Refining
  • 6.5 Petrochemicals
  • 6.6 New projects
    • 6.6.1 Al-Karaana
    • 6.6.2 Al-Sejeel
  • 6.7 Projects market
  • 6.8 Contractors

7. Industry

  • 7.1 Main heavy industrial units
  • 7.2 New industry

8. Transport

  • 8.1 Rail
    • 8.1.1 Mainline
    • 8.1.2 Metro/light rail
  • 8.2 Airports
  • 8.3 Ports
  • 8.4 Roads
    • 8.4.1 Introduction
    • 8.4.2 The surface transportation masterplan
    • 8.4.3 Implementation
    • 8.4.4 Early initiatives
    • 8.4.5 Roads and expressways
    • 8.4.6 The expressways programme
    • 8.4.7 The local roads programme
    • 8.4.8 The ITS and road safety programmes
    • 8.4.9 The Sharq Crossing
    • 8.4.10 National cycle network

9. Fifa World Cup 2022 and summer Olympics 2024 plans and projects

  • 9.1 The Fifa 2022 World Cup bid
  • 9.2 World Cup controversy
  • 9.3 The host cities
  • 9.4 The stadiums
  • 9.5 The 2022 Fifa World Cup stadiums
    • 9.5.1 Supporting facilities
  • 9.6 The Fifa 2022 World Cup finals budget
  • 9.7 Implementation of the Fifa 2022 World Cup programme
  • 9.8 The 2024 Olympic bid

10. Power

  • 10.1 Fuel and alternative energy
    • 10.1.1 Solar projects
    • 10.1.2 Current projects
  • 10.2 Transmission and distribution

11. Desalination and water supply

  • 11.1 Water supply
    • 11.1.1 Water Security Mega Reservoirs
    • 11.1.2 Groundwater studies
  • 11.2 Kahramaa spending

12. Wastewater

  • 12.1 Treatment
  • 12.2 Networks
  • 12.3 TSE
  • 12.4 Future projects
    • 12.4.1 Inner Doha resewerage implementation strategy (Idris)

13. Real estate

  • 13.1 Lusail City
  • 13.2 Barwa
  • 13.3 Msheireb project
  • 13.4 The Pearl-Qatar

14. Social infrastructure

  • 14.1 Healthcare
  • 14.2 Healthcare spending and projects
  • 14.3 Education
  • 14.4 Education City

List of tables

  • Table 1: The population of Qatar, 2010
  • Table 2: Bank financial indicators, 2008-12 (%)
  • Table 3: Public finances, 2010-15 (% of GDP)
  • Table 4: Trade and current account, 2010-15 ($bn)
  • Table 5: Top 20 largest contracts awarded in 2013
  • Table 6: Key megaprojects currently under execution
  • Table 7: Major projects awarded or due to be awarded in 2014
  • Table 8: Top 10 contractors by work under execution, April 2014
  • Table 9: QP board members
  • Table 10: Oil fields
  • Table 11: Qatargas and RasGas LNG ventures
  • Table 12: Al-Khalij and Barzan upstream gas developments
  • Table 13: Oryx GTL and Pearl GTL ventures
  • Table 14: Mesaieed and Laffan refineries
  • Table 15: Qatar ethylene producers
  • Table 16: Planned and under construction major downstream projects, April 2014
  • Table 17: Selected future oil and gas projects
  • Table 18: Major contracts on Qatalum, phase 1
  • Table 19: Planned and un-awarded industrial projects
  • Table 20: Qatar rail projects
  • Table 21: Major packages awarded for the construction of Hamad International airport
  • Table 22: Seat capacity and frequency from Doha, 2006-13
  • Table 23: Destinations from Doha, 2004-13
  • Table 24: Doha Port cargo traffic, 2005-10 (TEU)
  • Table 25: Facilities required on the New Doha Port
  • Table 26: New Doha Port: key project contracts
  • Table 27: Expressway programme, contract status
  • Table 28: Major Ashghal road projects under execution, January 2010-April 2014
  • Table 29: Local roads and drainage programme
  • Table 30: Top 15 largest projects on the LRDP programme
  • Table 31: The Fifa 2022 World Cup host cities
  • Table 32: The Fifa Confederations Cup and Fifa World Cup budget ($m)
  • Table 33: Qatar power sector key facts, 2013
  • Table 34: Installed generating capacity, 2014
  • Table 35: Existing IWPPs/IPPs
  • Table 36: Selected major power plant contracts
  • Table 37: Estimated additional capacity requirements (thermal), 2012-17
  • Table 38: Future IWPP plans, 2016-34
  • Table 39: Qatar renewable electricity performance indicators
  • Table 40: Major transmission projects by Kahramaa, 2005-12
  • Table 41: Kahramaa's transmission and distribution infrastructure, 2009-11
  • Table 42: Substations at end-2012
  • Table 43: Qatar transmission programme, phase 11
  • Table 44: Contract packages on phase 10 of the Qatar transmission programme
  • Table 45: Existing desalination plants
  • Table 46: Major EPC contract awards in the desalination sector
  • Table 47: Planned desalination projects
  • Table 48: Length of main water line laid by Kahramaa, 2000-12
  • Table 49: Selected Kahramaa water supply contracts
  • Table 50: Water Security Mega Reservoirs programme packages
  • Table 51: Qatar mega reservoir sites
  • Table 52: Existing sewage treatment plant capacity
  • Table 53: The Doha North contracts
  • Table 54: Major Ashghal STP contract awards, 2004-12
  • Table 55: Ashghal's non-treatment infrastructure
  • Table 56: Selected Ashghal network and pumping station contracts, 2010-13
  • Table 57: Idris packaging strategy
  • Table 58: Idris progress, March 2014
  • Table 59: Idris schedule
  • Table 60: Major selected Lusail packages
  • Table 61: Healthcare project spending, 2011-13
  • Table 62: Education project spending from 2011, as at March 2014

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Structure of GDP, 2012 (%)
  • Figure 2: Total energy production, 2005-11
  • Figure 3: GDP at current prices, 2008-14
  • Figure 4: Value of GCC contracts awarded, 2005-13
  • Figure 5: Value of GCC contracts awarded by country, 2005-13
  • Figure 6: Major contract awards in Qatar, 2006-13
  • Figure 7: Breakdown of contract awards by sector, 2013 ($m)
  • Figure 8: Breakdown of unawarded contracts
  • Figure 9: Forecast major contract awards, 2013-16
  • Figure 10: Average daily gas production, 2007-12
  • Figure 11: Average daily oil and condensate production, 2007-12
  • Figure 12: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 13: Oil production, 2006-13
  • Figure 14: Actual and forecast oil production, 2005-26
  • Figure 15: North field wellhead gas production, 1995-2015 (billion cf/d)
  • Figure 16: LNG exports, 2005-15
  • Figure 17: QP's NGL production, 2012 (t/d)
  • Figure 18: Utilisation of gas production (%)
  • Figure 19: Proposed layout of the QP/Shell (Al-Karaana) petrochemical complex
  • Figure 20: Oil, gas and petrochemical awards, 2007-13
  • Figure 21: Top EPC contractors by value of work under construction, November 2013
  • Figure 22: Qatar planned railway network
  • Figure 23: The proposed QIRP delivery schedule
  • Figure 24: Lusail LRT network
  • Figure 25: New Doha Port container projections, 2010-30
  • Figure 26: New Doha Port other cargo projections, 2010-30
  • Figure 27: The Ashghal capital investment programme, April 2014
  • Figure 28: Map and directory of ongoing and planned expressway projects
  • Figure 29: Breakdown of LRDP contracts by status, March 2014
  • Figure 30: Planned route of the Sharq Crossing
  • Figure 31: Proposed national cycle network
  • Figure 32:Location of proposed World Cup stadiums
  • Figure 33: World Cup supporting facilities
  • Figure 34: Total number of existing rooms and negotiated/signed rooms for the 2022 World Cup
  • Figure 35: Installed power capacity and peak demand, 2007-12
  • Figure 36: Peak power demand growth, 2007-12
  • Figure 37: Qatar power consumption by sector, 2012
  • Figure 38: Location of Qatar's power plants
  • Figure 39: Kahramaa's original planned provisional long-term capacity by source*, 2008-36 (MW)
  • Figure 40: Solar thermal electricity generating potentials in Qatar
  • Figure 41: Solar radiation levels by month in Al-Khor
  • Figure 42: Planned new substations, 2012-16
  • Figure 43: Committed electricity transmission plan, 2000-17
  • Figure 44: Installed desalination capacity, 2000-12
  • Figure 45: Desalination producers by capacity (cm/d)
  • Figure 46: Qatar's water surplus/deficit, 2007-14
  • Figure 47: Kahramaa's actual and planned spending on water supply projects, 2010-13
  • Figure 48: Water storage capacity, 2010-11
  • Figure 49: Water security mega reservoirs
  • Figure 50: Existing and planned water transmission network
  • Figure 51: Kahramaa investment, 2012-17 ($bn)
  • Figure 52: Ashghal's annual wastewater budget, 1998-2008
  • Figure 53: Main and secondary water transmission plan, 2013-18
  • Figure 54: Existing Doha drainage infrastructure
  • Figure 55: Planned Idris transmission network
  • Figure 56: The Lusail landuse masterplan
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