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Oman Construction Industry 2013 - Rising Potential from Unexpected Quarters September 2013

September 2013 | 42 pages | ID: OF19BFB37B0EN
Ventures Middle East LLC

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Though small in size as compared to other countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the Sultanate of Oman is a predominantly hydrocarbon based economy which enjoys rich surplus on its oil and gas production as it is not a member of the OPEC (Organization of Oil Producing and Exporting Countries), thereby not constrained by its price and output restraints. However, similar to its neighbours, it too is facing a fast depletion of its hydrocarbon resources, that forced it to plan an ambitious diversification program sustained by its high oil surpluses in recent years and a thriving demand from a growing population, inflow of expatriate labor and supported by enactment of laws to encourage foreign investment such as the foreign ownership of properties and move of the state toward privatization across industries. With the National Vision 2020 also focusing on upgrading infrastructure and projecting Oman as an attractive tourist destination, economic performance is expected to be further boosted by higher tourist arrivals and increased foreign direct investment thereby benefiting all the sectors of the economy and primarily its construction sector.

Ventures Middle East with its vast experience on up to date tracking of projects across industries and countries in the Middle East has aimed to explore the main areas of growth in the Oman building construction market and the prime forces driving the growth of this market while trying to enumerate and outline the main restraints to the growth over the coming years. The Oman Construction Industry is expected to witness almost a doubling in contracts awarded across sectors from an estimated US$ 6,963 in 2013 to US$ 12, 648 million in 2014 on the back of the continued expansionary fiscal policy of the government that is likely to drive investment and growth across sectors in the long run.

The Ventures report analyzes the construction industry and its key sectors namely, buildings, oil and gas, power and water, and infrastructure in detail as to their growth and prospects in the current economic scenario and their future up to 2014. Key Highlights of the study includes a probability impact matrix of the drivers and restraints to the growth of the construction industry, besides providing detailed and vital statistics on the contracts awarded across key sectors construction market and the top projects in these major sectors along with an overview of the main political, social, economic, technological, legal and environmental factors shaping the growth of the industry in the Sultanate of Oman. This study provides a comprehensive understanding of the complete market dynamics of the Oman Construction Industry to assist players interested in assessing the market opportunities in this resilient yet dynamic market.
CHAPTER 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER 2. THE OMAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Economic Overview of the Sultanate of Oman
Market Drivers and Restraints and Probability Impact Matrix
Market Growth Drivers
Market Growth Restraints
Oman Construction Market Overview 2013
Oman Construction Market Size and Construction Contractor Awards 2011-2014

CHAPTER 3. OMAN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MARKET

Market Overview
Oman Building Construction Contract Awards (2011-2014)

CHAPTER 4. OMAN OIL AND GAS SECTOR OVERVIEW

Market Overview
Oman Oil and Gas Construction Contractor Awards (2011-2014)

CHAPTER 5. OMAN POWER AND WATER DESALINATION SECTOR OVERVIEW

Market Overview
Industry Structure
Oman Power and Water Sector Market Size and Forecasts
Oman Power and Water Sector Construction Contractor Awards (2011-2014)

CHAPTER 6. OMAN INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION SECTOR OVERVIEW

Market Overview
Oman Industrial Construction Contractor Awards (2011-2014)

CHAPTER 7. OMAN INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR OVERVIEW

Market Overview
Oman Infrastructure Construction Contractor Awards (2011-2014)

CHAPTER 8. FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR THE OMAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Methodology
Code of Ethics
Ventures Onsite MENA Projects Database

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Oman Construction Industry Budget Totals by Sector (US$ Million), August 2013
Figure 2: Oman Construction Contractor Awards Across Sectors (US$ Million), 2011-2014
Figure 3: Oman Total Building Construction Contractor Awards (US$ million), 2011-2014
Figure 4: Organization of the Oman Hydrocarbons Industry, 2013
Figure 5: Oman Oil and Gas Construction Contract Awards (US$ Million), 2011-2014
Figure 6: Oman Power and Water Construction Contract Awards (US$ Million), 2011-2014
Figure 7: Oman Industrial Construction Contractor Awards (US$ Million), 2011-2014
Figure 8: Oman Infrastructure Construction Contract Awards (US$ Million), 2011-2014

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Oman Key Macroeconomic Indicators, 2013
Table 2: Oman Top Ongoing Projects in the Building Construction Sector by Project Value, August 2013
Table 3: Oman Top Ongoing Projects in the Oil and Gas Sector (US$ Million), August 2013
Table 4: Oman Electricity and Water Sector Market Structure
Table 5: Oman Top Power and Water Ongoing Projects, August 2013
Table 6: Oman Top Ongoing Projects in the Industrial Construction Sector by Project Value, August 2013
Table 7: Oman Top Ongoing Projects in the Infrastructure Construction Sector by Project Value, August 2013


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