Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia: Market Snapshot to 2014 by WMIntelligence

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									Energy & Communications Infrastructure
Construction in Tunisia: Market Snapshot
to 2014

Reference code: WMCN10034MS
Published: Sep 2010




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1     SECTOR OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................. 4
2     MARKET DATA ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.1     Market Value 2005-2009 ...................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2     Market Segmentation, By Project Type, 2009 ..................................................................................................... 6
2.3     Market Value Forecast, 2009-2014 ...................................................................................................................... 7
2.4     Future Market Segmentation, By Project Type, 2014 .......................................................................................... 8
3     APPENDIX .............................................................................................................................. 9
3.1     Research Methodology ........................................................................................................................................ 9
3.2     Definitions ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
      3.2.1     Additional Notes ........................................................................................................................................ 10
3.3     About World Market Intelligence ........................................................................................................................ 10




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List of Tables

Table 1: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction Tunisia, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009 ............ 5

Table 2: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Segmentation by Project Type, US$
Million, 2009 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Table 3: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Forecast - US$ Million, 2009-2014 ... 7

Table 4: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Segmentation Forecast by Project
Type, US$ Million, 2014 ....................................................................................................................................................... 8



List of Figures

Figure 1: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009 ....... 5

Figure 2: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Segmentation by Project Type, %
Share, 2009 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Figure 3: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Forecast - US$ Million, 2009-2014 .. 7

Figure 4: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction in Tunisia, Market Segmentation Forecast by Project
Type, % Share, 2014 ............................................................................................................................................................ 8




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1 SECTOR OVERVIEW
Following expansion at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.59% between 2005-2009, the energy &
communications infrastructure in Tunisia reached a value of US$81.0 million in 2009, which represented an increase of
12.1% on 2008. The market achieved its strongest performance in 2009 with a growth of 12.1% and its weakest
performance was witnessed in 2008, when it grew to 8.5%.

The energy & communications infrastructure was the fastest growing construction sector in the infrastructure
construction market between 2005-09 and achieved a CAGR of 10.59%. The weakest performer was road
infrastructure, which achieved only a CAGR of 2.08%.

By 2009, the energy & communications infrastructure accounted for 13.1% of the infrastructure construction market. In
comparison, road infrastructure represented 26.1% share, while other infrastructure projects generated a further 25.8%
of the market's 2009 share.

Looking ahead, the energy & communications infrastructure is expected to expand at a CAGR of 13.32% between
2009-2014, reaching a value of US$151.4 million in 2014. This represents a total growth of 179.5% from 2005 and
86.9% from 2009.

The energy & communications infrastructure is expected to be the fastest growing construction sector in the
infrastructure construction market between 2009-2014 which can achieve a CAGR of 13.32%. The weakest performer is
forecast to be road infrastructure, which is expected to achieve a CAGR of 8.20%.

By 2014, the energy & communications infrastructure is forecast to account for 15.5% of the infrastructure construction
market. In comparison, road infrastructure is predicted to account for 24.6%, while other infrastructure projects is
expected to generate a further 24.5% of the market's 2014 share.




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2 MARKET DATA
2.1 Market Value 2005-2009

Energy & communications infrastructure sector in Tunisia was valued at US$81.0 million in 2009, an increase of 12.1%
on 2008. The sector achieved a CAGR of 10.59% over the period 2005-2009.


Table 1: Energy & Communications Infrastructure Construction Tunisia, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009

Year                                                                                         US$ Million                      % Growth
2005                                                                                                54.2
2006                                                                                                60.4                                          11.5%
2007                                                                                                66.6                                          10.3%
2008                                                                                                72.3                                           8.5%
2009                                                                                      
								
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