Qatar Macro and Construction Industry Outlook and 5-Year Forecast 2012-2016

  • ID: 2516204
  • Report
  • Region: Qatar
  • 38 Pages
  • Oryx Business Intelligence
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Market research, overview, SWOT analysis and 5 Year forecast for the Qatar economic and construction industry.Construction Industry dynamics forecast compares construction industry development with economic development.

Economic overview, analysis and forecasts set against Qatar government and global views.

Construction Industry by sector forecasts based on fully researched projects environment.

Construction Industry forecast is prepared for:

1. Construction projects already released for construction,
2. Construction projects pool, accounting all the planned projects.

Construction Industry historical figures overview since 2008 and 2012-2016 forecast breakdown by:

a. Infrastructure
b. Buildings
c. Oil & Gas
d. Industry
e. Power & Water

Construction Industry Highlights
The construction sector in Qatar is witnessing unprecedented expansion with diverse projects announced this year reflecting consistent and extensive growth. This boom covers almost all the sectors within construction including roads, ports, oil and gas infrastructure, education and social infrastructure as well as sports related infrastructure due to the hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2022. Future projects have been announced by the government and should be initiated by Qatar Rail, Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa), Public Works Authority (Ashghal) and the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee.

- The National Vision 2030 is aimed to set Qatar’s place as the region’s premium economy, with a core interest in developing the modern infrastructure sectors such as education, healthcare and tourism.

- The Qatar Government has allocated 40 percent of its 2012-2016 budget to infrastructure projects alone.

- The value of currently planned and announced construction projects in Qatar exceeds US$ 266 billion. Approximately 15% percent of all construction projects in the GCC region are concentrated in Qatar, whilst UAE and Saudi Arabia are continuing to lead the way.

- Qatar has known and announced projects worth US$ 266.8 billion. Notably, the infrastructure sector leads the way with a total value of projects in pipeline valued at US$ 102.4 billion, buildings sector projects are estimated at US$ 82.0 billion, followed by oil and gas projects valued at US$ 61.2 billion.
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1. Summary

2. Highlights

3. Economic outlook and forecast
3.1. Statistical indicators
3.2. SWOT
3.3. Macroeconomic overview and 5 year forecast
3.3.1. GDP
3.3.2. Inflation
3.3.3. Oil & Gas
3.3.4. Oil & Non-oil sector breakdown
3.3.5. Currency
3.3.6. Debts
3.3.7. Population
3.3.8. Policy issues

4. Construction industry outlook and 5 year forecast
4.1. Construction industry dynamics
4.2. Players’ organisation
4.2.1. Joints ventures (JV)
4.2.2. Public–private partnerships
4.2.3. Construction industry clusters
4.3. SWOT
4.4. Construction industry development
4.4.1. Breakdown by sector
4.4.2. Breakdown by sector by year
4.5. Projects pool
4.6. Infrastructure sector
4.6.1. Infrastructure sector development
4.6.2. Infrastructure sector major projects
4.7. Buildings sector
4.7.1. Buildings sector development
4.7.2. Buildings sector major projects

5. Top contractors

List of Figures
Figure 1 Qatar Real GDP Growth, 2000-2011
Figure 2 Consumer Price Index Growth, 2006-2011
Figure 3 Consumer Price Index Components
Figure 4 Top World Gas Reserves
Figure 5 Major Export Destinations
Figure 6 Nominal GDP Growth – Hydrocarbons Vs. Non-hydrocarbons, 2006-2011
Figure 7 Exchange Rate, 2007-2011
Figure 8 Gross Debt of Government, 2001-2011
Figure 9 External Debt of Government, 2004-2011
Figure 10 Population, 2001-2011
Figure 11 Construction Industry Dynamics, 2008-2016(f)
Figure 12 Construction Industry Total Output by Sector, 2012-16(f)
Figure 13 Construction Industry Output by Sector by Year, 2012-16(f)
Figure 14 Construction Industry Projects Pool
Figure 15 Infrastructure Sector, 2008-2016(f)
Figure 16 Infrastructure Sector Major Projects
Figure 17 Buildings Sector, 2008 – 2016(f)
Figure 18 Buildings Sector Major Projects
Figure 19 Construction Industry Awards by Company
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