Libya Infrastructure Report 2013 by jamesweiss18


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									RnR Market Research Offers “Libya Infrastructure Report 2013” Report at US$ 1175 (Single
User License). The report got published in Jan 2013 & Contains 59 Pages.

BMI View: Progress has been made on reconstruction of essential infrastructure in the aftermath ofLibya's
civil war. Following a 79.0% contraction in real industry value in 2011, initial reconstructioncombined with
base effects is estimated to have propelled growth back to 35.4% in 2012. Whilst strong,this by no means
spectacular given the context; with the ongoing violence and the lack of a strongpolitical mandate in
government, we believe more serious reconstruction will take some time to filterthrough. Consequently, we
are not forecasting reconstruction to generate one boom year of growth, butrather strong, albeit gradually
slowing, growth over the medium term, with double-digit growth expectedeach year until 2017.

Factors underlining our outlook for Libyan infrastructure:

Returning oil production to pre-war levels was deemed the most important goal in the wake ofthe civil war. Oil
production has indeed come back at a rapid pace, although BMI does notbelieve it will reach pre-war levels
until 2013. This increase in production necessitates the repairof pipelines and export infrastructure.

The electricity grid was one of the primary areas of focus in the aftermath of the civil war. Thenetwork
incurred an estimated US$1bn in damage. Work started on repairing the grid inSeptember 2011. As of Q312,
over 70% of the network had been fixed.

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The provision of housing for those displaced by the war added to an already pressing housingshortage in the
country. Immediate measures have taken place, with contracts for theconstruction of 2,500 prefabricated
homes in Sirte, which was one of the cities most damagedduring the fighting awarded in April 2012. In May
2012, Libya's Housing and InfrastructureBoard (HIB) authorised 248 contracts for repairs to public housing in
Tripoli and Benghazi, witha further 4,000 small contracts due to have been awarded in the second half of
2012. Addressinga more long-term solution will require the resumption of large housing projects that were
underway before the war. The HIB has signed contracts for work to resume on three housing projectsin
Tripoli worth a combined LYD1.1bn.

For most of 2012, under the National Transitional Council (NTC), the priority was addressing
criticalinfrastructure needs for day-to-day operations. However the elections in July 2012, which saw Ali
Zeidanelected Prime Minister, should a turning point from more immediate measures to longer-term growth
forthe infrastructure and wider construction sector. However, high levels of violence, including the attack
onthe US embassy in Benghazi in September 2012 and the ongoing ministerial investigations by theIntegrity
Commission, is preventing effective governing in the country. With establishing rule of law theprimary goal,
we do not expect any big ticket investment to be announced until mid-2013. In order for acomprehensive
revival of the construction sector to take place, clarity on the status of existing contracts,compensation for
damaged sites and establishing the necessary institutional capacity to procureinfrastructure projects is

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Table Of Contents

BMI Industry View
SWOT Analysis
Infrastructure Industry SWOT
Market Overview
Competitive Landscape
Building Materials
Middle East and North Africa
Industry Forecast Scenario
Table: Libya Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data, 2010-2016
Table: Libya Construction And Infrastructure Long Term Forecasts, 2015-2021
Construction and Infrastructure Forecast Scenario
Transport Infrastructure
Transport Infrastructure Overview
Major Projects Table - Transport
Table: Major Projects - Transport
Energy and Utilities Infrastructure
Energy and Utilities Infrastructure Overview
Table: Libya - Main Fields
Major Projects - Energy And Utilities
Table: Major Projects - Energy and Utilities
Residential/Non- Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure
Residential/Non-Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure Overview
Risk/Reward Ratings
Libya Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings
Regional Overview
Table: Regional Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings
Company Monitor
Global Overview
Industry Forecasts
Construction Industry
Data Methodology
Capital Investment
Construction Sector Employment
Infrastructure Business Environment Ratings
Ratings Overview
Table: Infrastructure Business Environment Indicators
Project Finance Ratings
Table: Design And Construction Phase
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Commercial Construction
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Energy And Utilities
Table: Commissioning And Operating Phase - Transport

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