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The Qatar Projects Report 2011-22

A comprehensive guide for all those seeking opportunities in one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

The latest report from MEED Insight is a roadmap for developers, designers, construction companies, equipment and material suppliers and professional business service providers.

The Qatar Projects report offers a comprehensive overview of more than $70bn worth of major projects to be awarded between now and 2022. It comprises an abundance of data and analysis that will assist all those seeking to capitalise on the extraordinary programme of capital investment in Qatar in the years to 2022 when the country will host the FIFA World Cup Finals.

The report details the programme of major projects that will be implemented in every major sector of the Qatar economy including oil and gas; heavy industry; electricity generation and water desalination; water and water reuse; social infrastructure and roads, ports, airports and railways. The report also provides the latest information about the 2022 World Cup investment programme which calls for the modernisation and construction of a total of 12 football stadiums and the construction of sufficient accommodation to serve 500,000 football fans expected to the attend the tournament.

“Qatar is a market that every business on earth is now focusing on because of the publicity associated with FIFA’s decision in December to hold the 2022 World Cup in the country,” says Edmund O’Sullivan, author of the report. “The new report will help businesses understand the scale of the opportunities in the next 11 years and when they will emerge. It is the definitive guide to the major project agenda in the world’s fastest-growing economy.”. The Qatar Projects Report looks in-depth infrastructure plans, sector by sector, including transport, real estate, civil infrastructure, roads and utilities.

The report says key opportunity areas lie in Qatar’s transport sector. “About $20,000 million is going to be spent on Qatar’s road network alone,” says O’Sullivan. “The projected cost of Qatar’s passenger, cargo and light rail programme alone is estimated at $35,000 million. In addition, Qatar is building a brand new container port at Mesaieed and is completing work on the New Doha International Airport which will be the principal gateway for the Qatar 2022 World Cup Finals.”

This report also provides:

- Insight into the system of government and the economy of Qatar today
- An overview of Qatar’s National Vision to 2030
- Data on the economy and future development plans
- Trends and prospects within the Qatar projects market (2011-22)
- An understanding of the challenges of implementing a capital investment
- programme, as well as sourcing the materials and skills needs to execute
- Qatar’s projects
- An overview of Fifa’s 2022 World Cup plans and projects
- Tendering procedures, key client contacts and much more…

The report provides essential insight into the challenges and opportunities emerging in Qatar.

The Qatar Projects 2011 report also contains fresh information about the long-term plans designed to deliver the Qatar Vision 2030, a blueprint for Qatar to become one of the Middle East’s most advanced economies. “The investment required to deliver the vision will be enormous and is likely to be at least $100,000 million,” says O’Sullivan. “This will make Qatar on a per capita basis the world’s largest projects market for 20 years.”
Executive Summary

1. Introduction to Qatar
The system of government
The climate and geography
Structure of the economy
The oil and gas sector
The non-oil and gas sector
The Qatar National Vision 2030

2. The Qatar projects market

3. Energy projects
Oil and gas
Electricity and desalination

4. Wastewater and water reuse projects

5. Heavy industry projects

6. Transport projects
The transportation masterplan

7. Social infrastructure projects

8. Real estate projects
Lusail City

9. Fifa World Cup 2022 plans and projects
The 2022 Fifa World Cup finals bid
The host cities
The stadiums
Support facilities
Hotel accommodation
The Fifa headquarters for the World Cup
Transport and telecommunications
The 2022 World Cup budget
Implementation of the World Cup programme


Introduction to Qatar
- The population of Qatar
- Structure of GDP
- Qatar’s oil fields
- Oil production
- LNG exports
- Qatar government income and expenditure
- Qatar exports, imports, balance of trade and current account

The Qatar projects market
- Infrastructure contract awards in the GCC
- The correlation between infrastructure awards and the oil price
- Value of infrastructure contracts by GCC market
- Value of infrastructure contracts awarded in Qatar
- Value of GCC projects
- Announced and unawarded projects in Qatar

Energy projects
- Electricity generation capacity
- Water desalination capacity
- Additional electricity and water capacity requirements
- Potential water and desalination projects
- Power transmission system
- Electricity transmission and distribution
- Kahramaa’s forecast cumulative spending on water supply projects
- Water transmission and distribution infrastructure
- Water storage
- Water transmission system

Wastewater and water reuse projects
- Sewage treatment capacity
- Wastewater connection rates for residential buildings by selected municipality
- Ashghal’s non-STP infrastructure
- TSE production

Heavy industry projects
- Potential industrial projects

Transport projects
- Proposed road network in Greater Doha
- Major Ashghal road contract awards
- Ashghal’s planned major road projects
- Qatar’s national railway
- Doha metro
- West Bay people mover
- Potential rail projects
- Doha port cargo traffic
- New Doha port container projections
- New Doha port other cargo projections
- Facilities required at the New Doha port

Social infrastructure projects
- Budgeted government spending on healthcare
- Recent major hospital contracts
- Ashghal’s school contract awards
- Major Education City projects at the tendering stage
- Selected Education City projects at the design stage

Real estate projects
- Musheireb land use masterplan

Fifa World Cup 2022 plans and projects
- The 2022 Fifa World Cup host cities
- Total number of existing rooms and negotiated/signed rooms for the 2022 World Cup
- The Fifa Confederations Cup and Fifa World Cup budget
- World Cup related projects
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