African Infrastructure Tracker—Morocco, Forecast to 2020

Analysis of Key Infrastructure Projects

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The research provides an in-depth overview of infrastructure investment in Morocco for Road, Rail, Port, Airport, ICT, Energy, and Social infrastructure. The base year for the analysis is 2016, looking at the total investment in Morocco for infrastructure as of 2016. Ongoing and future infrastructure projects are discussed looking at investment amounts, public and private investors, completion dates, threats, and challenges to project completion for the next 5 years.

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

Research Scope
Morocco, officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco, is a sovereign country located in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It has signed multiple free trade agreements with the European Union (EU), the United States, Turkey, and several Arab and African countries to facilitate significant regional and international trade opportunities for the country.
Morocco is classified among the efficiency-driven economies and ranked 70th out of 138 countries on the Global Competitiveness Index of World Economic Forum (WEF) 2016–2017 as a result of enhanced development in infrastructure, macroeconomic environment, health, and primary education. The infrastructure development in Morocco is ranked 58th out of 140.
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 business in Morocco, especially for automotive, manufacturing, retail, and business services.
The period of analysis includes all current, ongoing, and planned future infrastructure projects, both in the private and public sector. The base year for the study is 2016 and includes planned projects for the next 5 years.

Key infrastructure sectors covered in this research:
Transport
•     Road
•     Rail
•     Port
•     Airport
Energy
•     Electricity
•     Oil & Gas
Water
Telecommunication
Social
•     Education
•     Healthcare

The major end customers include:
•     Construction
•     Automotive and transportation
•     Heavy industries - Mining
•     Energy
•     Other industries relying on infrastructure

Key Questions This Study Will Answer
•     What are the major infrastructure investments?
•     What is the amount of investment into 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

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Introduction
Introduction
3. Country Overview
Morocco—Country Overview
4. Transport Infrastructure
Existing Transport Infrastructure
5. Road Infrastructure
Existing Road Infrastructure
Road Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
Road Projects (0.10285)
6. Rail Infrastructure
Existing Rail Infrastructure
Rail Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
Rail Projects
7. Port Infrastructure
Existing Port Infrastructure
Port Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
Port Projects
8. Airport Infrastructure
Existing Airport Infrastructure
Airport Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
Airport Projects
9. Threats Analysis—Transport Projects
Threat Analysis of Completion of Transport Projects
10. Energy Infrastructure
Existing Energy Infrastructure
Energy Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
11. Generation Projects
Thermal—Generation Projects
Hydropower—Generation Projects
12. Transmission and Substation Projects
Transmission Projects
13. Renewable Energy Projects
Renewable Energy Projects
14. Oil & Gas Projects
Oil & Gas Projects
15. Threat Analysis—Energy Projects
Threat Analysis of Completion of Energy Projects
16. ICT Infrastructure
Existing ICT Infrastructure
ICT Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
Existing Optic Fiber Infrastructure
ICT Projects
17. Threat Analysis—ICT Projects
Threat Analysis of Completion of ICT Projects
18. Social Infrastructure
Existing Social Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions
19. Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Water and Wastewater Projects
20. Education Infrastructure
Education Projects
21. Health Infrastructure
Health Projects
22. Threat Analysis—Social Projects
Threat Analysis of Completion of Social Projects
23. Conclusion
Conclusion
24. The Last Word
The Last Word— Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
25. Appendix
Abbreviations
26. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. PEE Investments: Regional Distribution, Morocco, 2016
2. Classification of Roads by Types, Morocco, 2014
3. Road Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2011–2022
4. Existing and Future Rail Projects, Morocco, 2015
5. Rail Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2014–2020
6. Rail Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2018
7. Global Port Traffic, Morocco, 2015
8. Port Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2022
9. Existing National and International Airports, Morocco, 2015
10. Airport Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2016–2026
11. Transport Infrastructure: Key Threats, Morocco, 2015–2020
12. Existing Power Infrastructure, Morocco, 2014
13. Distribution of Electricity, Morocco, 2014–2015
14. National Energy Strategy (NES) & National Priority Action Plan (PNAP) Targets, Morocco, 2020 and 2030
15. RE Objectives, Morocco, 2020 and 2030
16. Thermal Power Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2014–2018
17. Thermal Power Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2014–2020
18. Hydropower Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2013–2020
19. Power Transmission Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2014–2020
20. Power Transmission Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015
21. Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2013–2020
22. Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2018
23. Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2020
24. Oil & Gas Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2016
25. Oil & Gas Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2016–2021
26. Energy Infrastructure: Key Threats, Morocco, 2015–2020
27. ICT Infrastructure: MNO Analysis, Morocco, 2015
28. ICT Infrastructure: Optic Fiber Infrastructure, Morocco, 2016
29. ICT Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2014–2020
30. ICT Infrastructure: Key Threats, Morocco, 2015–2020
31. Water and Wastewater Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2005–2030
32. Water and Wastewater Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2016
33. Education Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2016
34. Health Infrastructure: Current and Future Projects, Morocco, 2015–2016
35. Social Infrastructure: Key Threats, Morocco, 2015–2020


1. Planned Infrastructure Investment, Morocco, Q1 2016
2. Major PEE Investors, Morocco, 2016
3. Classification of Roads, Morocco, 2014
4. Major Port Statistics, Morocco, 2015
5. Installed Capacity by Source, Morocco, 2015



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