African Infrastructure Tracker – Ethiopia, Forecast to 2020

Analysis of Key Infrastructure Projects

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The research service provides an in-depth overview of infrastructure investment in Ethiopia for road, rail, port, airport, information and communications technology (ICT), energy, and social infrastructure. Ongoing and future infrastructure projects are discussed looking at investment amounts, public and private investors, completion dates, and threats and challenges to project completion for the next 5 years. The base year is 2015, with the forecast period being 2016 to 2020.

Key Target Audience
The key target audience would need to understand the investment and infrastructure developments in Ethiopia. Infrastructure development has the most significant impact on long-term growth opportunities in African countries. Any industry interested in the Ethiopian market will need to understand the implications of infrastructure development in transport, energy, and ICT.

Research Scope
Ethiopia is a sovereign landlocked country located in the north-eastern part of Africa, generally known as the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Somalia and Djibouti in the east, Sudan in the west, Kenya in the south, and Eritrea in the north. It is a member of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). This connectivity has provided significant regional trade opportunities for the country, facilitating significant developments in transport, energy, and social infrastructure. The government of Ethiopia has introduced an enhanced private participation to facilitate rapid developments in the roads, rail, airports, ICT, and social infrastructure of the country in the next 5 years.
There are significant challenges to business in the country due to the current lack of transport, energy, ICT, and social infrastructure. Improvements in infrastructure will provide significant opportunities to businesses in Ethiopia.

The period of analysis includes all current, ongoing, and planned future infrastructure projects, both in the private and public sectors.

Key infrastructure sectors covered:
1.     Transport
      - Road
      - Rail
      - Port
      - Airport
2.     Energy
     - Electricity
     - Oil & Gas
3.     Water
4.     Telecommunications
5.     Social
     - Education
     - Healthcare

The major end customers include:
•     construction
•     automotive and transportation
•     heavy industries and mining
•     energy, and
•     other industries relying on infrastructure

Key Questions This Study Will Answer
•     What are the major infrastructure investments?
•     What is the amount of investment in each sector?
•     What are the major threats to completion of infrastructure projects?
•     Who are the major investors and construction companies in the major infrastructure projects?
•     What are the financing dynamics involved in infrastructure projects?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued) Key Findings (continued) Key Findings (continued) IntroductionIntroduction Introduction (continued) Country OverviewEthiopia—Country OverviewTransport InfrastructureExisting Transport Infrastructure Road InfrastructureExisting Road InfrastructureExisting Road Infrastructure (continued)Road Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions Road ProjectsRoad Projects (continued)Road Projects (continued)Road Projects (continued)Rail InfrastructureExisting Rail InfrastructureExisting Rail Infrastructure (continued)Existing Rail Infrastructure (continued) Rail Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions Rail ProjectsRail Projects (continued)Airport Infrastructure Existing Airport InfrastructureExisting Airport Infrastructure (continued) Airport Infrastructure—Regulatory InstitutionsAirport Projects Airport Projects (continued)Threat Analysis—Transport ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of Transport ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of Transport Projects (continued)Threat Analysis of Completion of Transport Projects (continued)Energy InfrastructureExisting Energy Infrastructure Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued) Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)Energy Infrastructure—Regulatory InstitutionsEnergy Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions (continued)Generation ProjectsHydroelectric Projects Hydroelectric Projects (continued)Transmission and Substation ProjectsTransmission Projects Transmission Projects (continued)Transmission Projects (continued)Electricity Network Reinforcement and Expansion ProjectElectricity Network Reinforcement and Expansion Project (continued)Renewable Energy ProjectsRenewable Energy ProjectsRenewable Energy Projects (continued)Renewable Energy Projects (continued)Oil & Gas ProjectsOil & Gas Projects Oil & Gas Projects (continued)Threat Analysis—Energy Projects Threat Analysis of Completion of Energy ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of Energy Projects (continued)Threat Analysis of Completion of Energy Projects (continued)ICT InfrastructureExisting ICT InfrastructureICT Infrastructure—Regulatory InstitutionsICT ProjectsThreat Analysis—ICT ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of ICT Projects Threat Analysis of Completion of ICT Projects (continued) Threat Analysis of Completion of ICT Projects (continued) Social InfrastructureExisting Social Infrastructure Existing Social Infrastructure (continued)Social Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Water and Wastewater ProjectsWater and Wastewater Projects (continued)Education InfrastructureEducation Projects Education Projects (continued)Health InfrastructureHealth Projects Threat Analysis—Social ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of Social ProjectsThreat Analysis of Completion of Social Projects (continued)ConclusionConclusion The Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big Predictions Legal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations Abbreviations (continued)Abbreviations (continued)Abbreviations (continued)Abbreviations (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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Release Date : 11-Aug-16

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