Infrastructure Construction in Africa to 2021

  • ID: 4439841
  • Report
  • Region: Africa
  • 68 pages
  • Timetric
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The report provides a detailed analysis of the infrastructure sector in France, including the state of current infrastructure, the regulatory and financing landscapes, forecast spending across all key sectors and the major projects in the construction pipeline.

The report covers all key infrastructure sectors: roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communication, and airports and ports.

Summary

The French infrastructure industry is expected to continue to grow over the forecast period (2018-2022), due to continued government investment on infrastructure (especially in the energy and telecommunications sectors). The recently launched Great Investment Plan, together with a projected rise in financing from the European Investment Bank (EIB), is expected to support the sector over the forecast period.

According to Infrastructure Intelligence Center (IIC), France’s infrastructure construction market’s value is projected to reach EUR76.2 billion (US$85.9 billion) in 2018 and EUR87.2 billion (US$98.3 billion) by 2022 (in nominal value terms). This is based on the assumption that a number of large-scale projects will proceed as planned, including the A45 Lyon-Saint Etienne Highway, the Grand Paris Express Metro Rail, the Turin-Lyon High-Speed Railway Line and the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) Nuclear Fusion Power Plant.

Scope

A concise analysis of the administrative, economic and political context for infrastructure in France.
An in-depth assessment of the current state of infrastructure in France, including roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communications, airports and ports.
Five-year forecasts of construction output for each sector, and an analysis of the project pipelines, with details on all major projects, their funding mechanisms and leading contractors.
A focus on main political and financial institutions involved in the infrastructure market, as well as the competitive and regulatory environment.

Reasons To Buy
  • Assess the current state of France infrastructure, and the main drivers of investment, including the key institutions and financing methods.
  • Investigate forecasts and gain an understanding of key trends in each of the main infrastructure sectors.
  • Analyze the main project participants operating in each sector, to better understand the competitive environment.
  • Identify top projects by sector, development stage and start date, to inform your expansion strategy.
Key Highlights

The IIC is currently tracking 245 strategic infrastructure construction projects in France, at all stages of development from announcement to execution. These projects have a total investment value of US$271.5 billion.

The railway projects account for the largest share of infrastructure projects in the pipeline, with a total project value of US$173.4 billion; this is followed by electricity and power projects with a pipeline value of US$67 billion. The pipeline value for roads amounts to US$19.5 billion, while for airports and other infrastructure projects it stands at US$8.6 billion. For water and sewerage projects, the total pipeline value stands at US$1.7 billion and for telecommunications projects it stands at US$1.3 billion.

The majority of infrastructure projects in the pipeline are being financed by the public sector (72.2%), according to the IIC. This is followed by a combination of public and private sources (17.1%) and the private sector (10.6%).

In September 2017, the prime minister published the Great Investment Plan 2018-2022 to invest EUR57 billion (US$64.3 billion) over the next five years. The plan is not expected to weigh on the public deficit, as its financing will in part rely on loans, equity investment and guarantee funds. The Plan is also expected to fund major renovation projects for road and rail networks, support the development of local transport and help low-income households to buy less-polluting cars.
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. AFRICA ECONOMIC OVERVIEW
3. INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT IN AFRICA
3.1. Key Investment Trends
3.2. Factors Driving Investment
3.2.1. Demographics
3.2.2. Political and Operating Landscape
3.2.3. Infrastructure Financing
3.2.4. Infrastructure Gaps
3.3. Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
4. NORTH AFRICA
4.1. North Africa: Overview
4.2. North Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
4.3. Country Focus: Egypt
4.3.1. Egypt’s infrastructure project pipeline
4.4. Country Focus: Morocco
4.4.1. Morocco’s infrastructure project pipeline
5. EAST AFRICA
5.1. East Africa: Overview
5.2. East Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
5.3. Country Focus: Kenya
5.3.1. Kenya’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
5.4. Country Focus: Ethiopia
5.4.1. Ethiopia’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
5.5. Country Focus: Tanzania
5.5.1. Tanzania’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
6. WEST AFRICA
6.1. West Africa: Overview
6.2. West Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
6.3. Country Focus: Nigeria
6.3.1. Nigeria’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
6.4. Country Focus: Ghana
6.4.1. Ghana’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
6.5. Country Focus: Côte d’Ivoire
6.5.1. Côte d’Ivoire’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
7. CENTRAL AFRICA
7.1. Central Africa: Overview
7.2. Central Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
7.3. Country Focus: Cameroon
7.3.1. Cameroon’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
8. SOUTHERN AFRICA
8.1. Southern Africa: Overview
8.2. Southern Africa: Infrastructure Project Pipeline
8.3. Country Focus: South Africa
8.3.1. South Africa’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
9. APPENDIX
9.1. Definitions
9.2. Methodology
9.3. Further Information
9.4. Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Economic Growth (%), Top 10 Countries, 2016
Table 2: Economic Growth (%), Top 10 Countries, 2017-2021
Table 3: Infrastructure Construction Output
Table 4: Africa Project Pipeline by Sector
Table 5: Project Ownership in Africa, by Country of Origin
Table 6: Main Contractors in Africa, by Country of Origin
Table 7: Top 10 Construction Companies in Africa
Table 8:Top 10 Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 9: North Africa Projects
Table 10: Project Ownership in North Africa
Table 11: Main Contractors in North Africa
Table 12: Top 10 Construction Companies in North Africa
Table 13:Top 10 North Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 14: Egypt - Key Indicators
Table 15: Morocco - Key Indicators
Table 16: East Africa Projects
Table 17: Project Ownership in East Africa
Table 18: Main Contractors in East Africa
Table 19: Top 10 Construction Companies in East Africa
Table 20: Top 10 East Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 21: Kenya - Key Indicators
Table 22: Ethiopia - Key Indicators
Table 23: Tanzania - Key Indicators
Table 24: West Africa Projects
Table 25: Project Ownership in West Africa
Table 26: Main Contractors in West Africa
Table 27: Top 10 Construction Companies in West Africa
Table 28: Top 10 West Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 29: Nigeria - Key Indicators
Table 30: Ghana - Key Indicators
Table 31: Côte d’Ivoire - Key Indicators
Table 32: Central Africa Projects
Table 33: Project Ownership in Central Africa
Table 34: Main Contractors in Central Africa
Table 35: Top 10 Construction Companies in Central Africa
Table 36: Top 10 Central Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 37: Cameroon - Key Indicators
Table 38: Southern Africa Projects
Table 39: Project Ownership in Southern Africa
Table 40: Main Contractors in Southern Africa
Table 41: Top 10 Construction Companies in Southern Africa
Table 42: Top 10 Southern Africa Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value (US$ billion)
Table 43: South Africa - Key Indicators
Table 44: Construction Market Definitions
Table 45: Construction Stage Definitions

List of Figures
Figure 1: Africa Infrastructure Construction Output
Figure 2: Africa Economic Growth (%)
Figure 3: Exports Growth (2010-2015) and Real GDP Growth (2017-2021)
Figure 4: Regional Economic Growth (%), 2017-2021
Figure 5: African Inflation (%), 2010-2021
Figure 6: Twin Deficit Figures (% of GDP)
Figure 7: Current Account Deficit (% of GDP)
Figure 8: Fiscal Deficit (% of GDP)
Figure 9: Government Debt (% of GDP)
Figure 10: Africa Population Growth
Figure 11: Africa Urban Population (% of Total)
Figure 12: Corruption Level (out of 100)
Figure 13: East of Doing Business (Percentile Rank)
Figure 14: African Transport Networks
Figure 15: Access to Improved Water Source (% of Population)
Figure 16: Access to Improved Sanitation Facilities (% of Population)
Figure 17: Access to Electricity (% of Population)
Figure 18: Broadband Users (per Capita)
Figure 19: Africa Project Pipeline Values, by Region
Figure 20: Africa Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 21: Africa Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 22: North Africa Real GDP Growth (%)
Figure 23: North Africa Total Investment Growth (%)
Figure 24: North Africa Pipeline by Funding Mode and Sector (US$ billion)
Figure 25: North Africa Pipeline by Stage
Figure 26: Egypt Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 27: Egypt Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 28: Egypt’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 29: Egypt Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 30: Egypt Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 31: Morocco Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 32: Morocco Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 33: Morocco’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 34: Morocco Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 35: Morocco Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 36: East Africa Real GDP Growth (%)
Figure 37: East Africa Total Investment (% change)
Figure 38: East Africa Pipeline by Funding Mode and Sector (US$ billion)
Figure 39: East Africa Pipeline by Stage (% of Total Value)
Figure 40: Kenya Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 41: Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 42: Kenya’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 43: Kenya Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 44: Egypt Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 45: Ethiopia Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 46: Ethiopia Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 47: Ethiopia’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 48: Ethiopia Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 49: Ethiopia Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 50: Tanzania Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 51: Tanzania Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 52: Tanzania’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 53: Tanzania Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 54: Tanzania Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 55: West Africa Real GDP Growth (%)
Figure 56: West Africa Total Investment (% GDP)
Figure 57: West Africa Pipeline by Funding Mode and Sector (US$ billion)
Figure 58: West Africa Pipeline by Stage (% of Total Value)
Figure 59: Nigeria Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 60: Nigeria Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 61: Nigeria’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 62: Nigeria Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 63: Nigeria Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 64: Ghana Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 65: Ghana Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 66: Ghana’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 67: Ghana Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 68: Ghana Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 69: Côte d’Ivoire Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 70: Côte d’Ivoire Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 71: Côte d’Ivoire’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 72: Côte d’Ivoire Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 73: Côte d’Ivoire Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 74: Central Africa Real GDP Growth
Figure 75: Central Africa Total Investment (% of GDP)
Figure 76: Central Africa Pipeline by Funding Mode and Sector (US$ billion)
Figure 77: Central Africa Pipeline by Stage (% of Total Value)
Figure 78: Cameroon Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 79: Cameroon Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 80: Cameroon’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 81: Cameroon Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 82: Cameroon Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
Figure 83: Southern Africa Real GDP Growth (%)
Figure 84: Southern Africa Total Investment (Percentage of GDP)
Figure 85: Southern Africa Pipeline by Funding Mode and Sector (US$ billion)
Figure 86: Southern Africa Pipeline by Stage (% of Total Value)
Figure 87: South Africa Quality of Infrastructure
Figure 88: South Africa Infrastructure Gaps
Figure 89: South Africa’s Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Figure 90: South Africa Project Pipeline by Funding Mode (US$ billion)
Figure 91: South Africa Project Pipeline by Stage (US$ billion)
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