Strategic Analysis of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) High Voltage Gas Insulated Switchgear Market

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The Gulf Cooperation Council high-voltage gas insulated switchgear market is well established, with considerable demand from the major transmission and distribution utilities. This market has been classified broadly into two levels within this research service. 66KV to 169 KV has been classified as one such level and 170KV to 400KV has been classified as another level. The market is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 6.5 percent between the time period of 2011-2016. This research covers Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and Bahrain and discusses the overall market dynamics and revenue forecast as well as the key success factors.

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Strategic Analysis of the Gulf Cooperations Council (GCC) High Voltage Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, 2010Title SlideContentsList of FiguresList of ChartsIntroductionResearch Scope and DefinitionsResearch Aim and ObjectivesExecutive Summary Executive Summary GCC Power Sector OverviewGCC Power Sector OverviewGCC Power T&D OpportunityMarket DynamicsIndustry ChallengesDriversRestraintsTotal GCC HV Gas Insulated Switchgear MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementMarket Life CycleRevenue ForecastRevenue Split by End UserRevenue Split by CountryRevenue Split by Voltage RatingRevenue Split by Voltage Rating: 66 KV to 169 KV by CountryRevenue Split by Voltage Rating: 170 KV to 400 KV by CountryCompetitive StructureCompany Market Share by RevenueTechnological TrendsPricing AnalysisKey Decision Making Criteria Competition MatrixProcurement ProcessCountry Analysis: KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIAPower Sector OverviewT&D Sector Investments Revenue ForecastRevenue Split by End UserCompany Market Share by RevenueCompany Market Share by Revenues: 66KV to 169 KV: Company Market Share by Revenue: 170 KV to 400 KVNew versus Replacement DemandCountry Analysis: REST OF GCC Power Sector Overview-UAET&D Sector Investments-UAERevenue Forecast-UAEPower Sector Overview-QatarT&D Sector Investments-QatarRevenue Forecast-QatarPower Sector Overview-KuwaitT&D Sector Investments-KuwaitRevenue Forecast-KuwaitPower Sector Overview-OmanT&D Sector Investments-OmanRevenue Forecast-OmanPower Sector Overview-BahrainT&D Sector Investments-BahrainRevenue Forecast-BahrainRevenue Split by End User Company Market Share by RevenueCompany Market Share by Revenue: 66KV to 169 KVCompany Market Share by Revenue:170 KV to 400 KV New versus Replacement DemandConclusionCountry Attractiveness IndexPorter’s Five ForcesKey Success FactorsConclusionCertificationLegal DisclaimerAppendixAppendixThe Frost & Sullivan StoryAbout Frost & Sullivan




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