Infrastructure Tracker—Egypt

Infrastructure Tracker—Egypt

Analysis of Egypt’s Key Infrastructure Projects

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01-Dec-2017
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Africa
Research Code: 9AC6-00-09-00-00
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Description

The Egyptian economy has witnessed a significant GDP growth increasing from 2.1% in 2012/13 to 4.2% in 2014/15 due to improving political conditions and introduction of heavy energy subsidies for the development of energy intensive industries. According to the Ministry of Finance, the 2016-2017 budget estimates a total expenditure of $98.4 billion and revenue of $64.5 billion with a view to achieve an economic growth rate of $5.2% in 2016/17. The draft budget presents a total subsidy of $13.3 billion, of which over $4.7 billion will be allocated for a food and farmers.

Research Scope

The African Infrastructure Tracker: Egypt details the infrastructure developments in Road, Rail, Port, Airport, Energy, Telecommunications, Water, Wastewater, Education, and Health. Investment into these projects is assessed, along with major funders and stakeholders in these projects. Challenges to the development of specific projects is also analysed to give a greater understanding of any project delays or cost implications in the future. 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 Issues Addressed

  • 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

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Introduction

Egypt—Country Overview

Existing Transport Infrastructure

Existing Road Infrastructure

Road Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Road Projects

Road Projects (continued)

Road Projects (continued)

Existing Rail Infrastructure

Existing Rail Infrastructure (continued)

Rail Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Rail Projects

Rail Projects (continued)

Existing Port Infrastructure

Port Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Port Projects

Port Projects (continued)

Existing Airport Infrastructure

Existing Airport Infrastructure (continued)

Airport Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Airport Projects

Threats to Completion of Transport Projects

Analysis of Threats to Completion of Transport Projects

Existing Energy Infrastructure

Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)

Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)

Existing Energy Infrastructure (continued)

Energy Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Energy Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions (continued)

Energy Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions (continued)

Thermal Power Projects

Thermal Power Projects (continued)

Thermal Power Projects (continued)

Thermal Power Projects (continued)

Transmission Projects

Renewable Energy Projects

Renewable Energy Projects (continued)

Renewable Energy Projects (continued)

Oil and Gas Projects

Oil and Gas Projects (continued)

Threats to Completion of Energy Projects

Threats to Completion of Energy Projects (continued)

Existing ICT Infrastructure

ICT Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Existing Optic Fibre Infrastructure

ICT Projects

ICT Projects (continued)

Threats to Completion of ICT Projects

Threats to Completion of ICT Projects (continued)

Existing Social Infrastructure

Social Infrastructure—Regulatory Institutions

Water and Wastewater Projects

Water and Wastewater Projects (continued)

Education Projects

Health Projects

Threats to Completion of Social Projects

Growth Opportunity—Public and Private Collaboration

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusion

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

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The Egyptian economy has witnessed a significant GDP growth increasing from 2.1% in 2012/13 to 4.2% in 2014/15 due to improving political conditions and introduction of heavy energy subsidies for the development of energy intensive industries. According to the Ministry of Finance, the 2016-2017 budget estimates a total expenditure of $98.4 billion and revenue of $64.5 billion with a view to achieve an economic growth rate of $5.2% in 2016/17. The draft budget presents a total subsidy of $13.3 billion, of which over $4.7 billion will be allocated for a food and farmers.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

The African Infrastructure Tracker: Egypt details the infrastructure developments in Road, Rail, Port, Airport, Energy, Telecommunications, Water, Wastewater, Education, and Health. Investment into these projects is assessed, along with major funders and stakeholders in these projects. Challenges to the development of specific projects is also analysed to give a greater understanding of any project delays or cost implications in the future. 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 Issues Addressed

  • What are the major infrastructure i
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