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Kuwait Projects 2018 - Project spending in the low oil price era

  • ID: 4592039
  • Report
  • November 2017
  • Region: Kuwait
  • 273 pages
  • GlobalData
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Kuwait Projects 2018 - Project spending in the low oil price era

Summary

Faced with a low-oil-price environment, Kuwait is prioritising a diversified economy through the launch of an ambitious capital spending programme exceeding $100bn.

With increased private sector participation, KAPP, which has been tasked with overseeing the PPP programme, has more than $27bn-worth of projects in pipeline.

Currently, Kuwait has more than $90bn projects under execution, with a further $59.9bn-worth in the study phase, and $61bn at various stages of pre-execution and due for award in the next couple of years.

Track upcoming opportunities with the latest Kuwait Projects 2018 report. The report examines historic, current and future project opportunities in the state as well as government policy; spending plans and challenges.

The report covers the political and macro-economic situation in the state and provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of the key project trends and opportunities across all sectors such as oil and gas, construction, power, and the PPP programme.

It is an essential tool for anyone working in or interested in working in Kuwait.

Reasons to buy
  • Highlights new business and investment opportunities in Kuwait
  • Access exclusive projects market forecasts for 2017/2018
  • Track project opportunities and planned investment
  • Gain a complete snapshot of the Kuwait projects market
  • Understand investment drivers and client spending plans
  • Discover the current and planned client activities across all sectors
  • Mitigate risk by identifying challenges.
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1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Governance
3.1 Parliamentary storms since 2011
3.2 Regional relations
3.2.1 The Divided Zone
3.3 The Paris Climate Agreement
3.3.1 Plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

4. Economy
4.1.1 Structure of the economy
4.1.2 Energy sector
4.2 Economic performance
4.2.1 Balance of payments
4.2.2 Fiscal reforms
4.2.3 The medium-term outlook
4.3 Debt & assets
4.4 Banking & finance
4.4.1 Kuwait Stock Exchange
4.4.2 The exchange rate
4.4.3 Credit ratings
4.5 Ease of doing business
4.6 Economic planning
4.7 Conclusion

5. The PPP programme
5.1 The legal framework
5.1.1 KAPP guidebook
5.1.2 Procedures for PPP projects
5.2 Request for proposals (RFP)
5.3 Evaluation of bids
5.4 Sale of shares in PPP projects
5.5 Implementation & monitoring
5.6 End of contract
5.7 Consolidation of authorities
5.8 Projects programme
5.8.1 Project delays
5.8.2 Al-Zour North IWPP Phase 1
5.8.3 Al-Zour North IWPP Phase 2
5.8.4 Al-Khiran IWPP
5.8.5 Umm al-Hayman wastewater project
5.8.6 Kabd municipal waste facility
5.8.7 Al-Abdaliya ISCC
5.8.8 Kuwait national railway
5.8.9 Kuwait Metro

6. Projects market
6.1 Historical analysis
6.1.1 Project awards in 2017
6.1.2 Outlook for 2018
6.2 Main clients
6.3 Main contractors
6.4 Future projects

7. Energy
7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 Oil
7.1.2 Gas
7.1.3 Refining
7.1.4 Petrochemicals
7.2 Industry structure
7.2.1 Supreme Petroleum Council
7.2.2 Oil Ministry
7.2.3 Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
7.3 Politics & the oil sector
7.3.1 Project Kuwait/TSAs
7.3.2 K-Dow
7.3.3 Oil strike
7.4 Upstream
7.4.1 Oil fields
7.4.2 Enhanced oil recovery
7.4.3 Gas fields
7.4.4 Jurassic non-associated gas expansion scheme
7.5 Production & export infrastructure
7.5.1 Production & distribution
7.5.2 Export facilities
7.5.3 Gas imports
7.6 Downstream
7.6.1 Mina al-Ahmadi
7.6.2 Mina Abdulla
7.6.3 Shuaiba
7.6.4 The NRP
7.6.5 The CFP
7.7 Petrochemicals
7.7.1 Petrochemical Industries Company
7.7.2 Equate Petrochemicals
7.7.3 The Kuwait Olefins Company (TKOC)
7.7.4 Kuwait Aromatics Company (Karo)
7.7.5 The Kuwait Styrene Company (TKSC)
7.7.6 Other plants
7.7.7 Other projects
7.8 Contract awards

8. Power
8.1 Consumption
8.2 Generation
8.3 Forecasts
8.4 Projects
8.4.1 Al-Zour North IWPP
8.4.2 PPP law amendments
8.4.3 Future PPP projects
8.4.4 MEW projects
8.4.5 Subiya projects
8.5 Fuel
8.6 Alternative energy
8.6.1 Abdaliya ISCC
8.6.2 Kabd Municipal Solid Waste Project
8.6.3 Kisr renewables programme
8.7 Contractors
8.8 Transmission & distribution

9. Desalination
9.1 Projects

10. Wastewater
10.1 Sulaibiya
10.2 Umm al-Hayman treatment plant
10.3 Sabah Al-Ahmad Sea City: sewage treatment plants
10.4 Sewer systems
10.5 TSE

11. Construction
11.1 Market overview
11.2 The Kuwait Masterplan
11.3 Township programme
11.3.1 South Al-Mutlaa City
11.3.2 South Saad al-Abdullah City
11.3.3 Township PPP packages
11.4 Healthcare
11.4.1 Unawarded hospital projects
11.5 Kuwait University
11.6 KAPP
11.6.1 Schools Development Programme
11.6.2 Services and Entertainment Centre in Egaila
11.6.3 South Al-Jahra Labour City
11.7 Other projects
11.7.1 National Bank of Kuwait: new headquarters
11.7.2 Palace of Justice
11.7.3 Juvenile Housing Care Complex
11.7.4 Al-Jahra Ministerial Complex
11.7.5 Hospitality projects

12. Transport
12.1 Aviation
12.1.1 Airport expansion
12.1.2 Kuwait Airways
12.2 Ports
12.2.1 Mubarak al-Kabeer Seaport
12.2.2 Expansion of existing ports
12.3 Rail
12.3.1 Mainline
12.3.2 Metro
12.4 Roads
12.4.1 Al-Ghouse Road
12.4.2 First Ring Road
12.4.3 Second and Third ring roads
12.4.4 Fourth Ring Road
12.4.5 Fifth Ring Road
12.4.6 Regional Road
12.4.7 Other roads
12.4.8 The Subiya Causeway

13. Appendix, Law No. 116 of 2014 (regarding PPPs)
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