Libya Infrastructure Report 2013

  • ID: 2373704
  • January 2013
  • Region: Libya
  • 59 pages
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Progress has been made on reconstruction of essential infrastructure in the aftermath of Libya's civil war. Following a 79.0% contraction in real industry value in 2011, initial reconstruction combined with base effects is estimated to have propelled growth back to 35.4% in 2012. Whilst strong,
this by no means spectacular given the context; with the ongoing violence and the lack of a strong political mandate in government, we believe more serious reconstruction will take some time to filter through. Consequently, we are not forecasting reconstruction to generate one boom year of growth, but rather strong, albeit gradually slowing, growth over the medium term, with double-digit growth expected each year until 2017.

Factors underlining our outlook for Libyan infrastructure:

- Returning oil production to pre-war levels was deemed the most important goal in the wake of the civil war. Oil production has indeed come back at a rapid pace, although BMI does not believe it will reach pre-war levels until 2013. This increase in production necessitates the repair of pipelines and export infrastructure.

- The electricity grid was one of the primary areas READ MORE >

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BMI Industry View 5

SWOT Analysis 7

Infrastructure Industry SWOT 7

Market Overview 8

Competitive Landscape 8

Building Materials 10

Middle East and North Africa 10

Industry Forecast Scenario 16
Table: Libya Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data, 2010-2016 16
Table: Libya Construction And Infrastructure Long Term Forecasts, 2015-2021 16

Construction and Infrastructure Forecast Scenario 18

Transport Infrastructure 22

Transport Infrastructure Overview 22

Major Projects Table - Transport 23
Table: Major Projects - Transport 23

Energy and Utilities Infrastructure 24

Energy and Utilities Infrastructure Overview 24
Table: Libya - Main Fields 24

Major Projects - Energy And Utilities 27
Table: Major Projects - Energy and Utilities 27

Residential/Non- Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure 29

Residential/Non-Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure Overview 29

Risk/Reward Ratings 31

Libya Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings 31

Rewards 31

Risks 31

Regional Overview 32
Table: Regional Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings 37

Company Monitor 38

SNC-Lavalin 38

Global Overview 40

Methodology 47

Industry Forecasts 47

Construction Industry 47

Data Methodology 48

Construction 48

Capital Investment 49

Construction Sector Employment 49

Infrastructure Business Environment Ratings 50

Ratings Overview 50
Table: Infrastructure Business Environment Indicators 51

Project Finance Ratings 52
Table: Design And Construction Phase 53
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Commercial Construction 54
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Energy And Utilities 55
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Transport 57

Sources 58

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