UAE Projects Market 2013 Report

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UAE Projects Market 2013 Report
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A complete analysis and overview of the opportunities, challenges and forecasts for the UAE projects market

UAE is now showing signs of emerging once again as one of the leading projects markets in the region. In the first five months of the year, $13.5bn worth of contracts have been awarded in the federation, making it the second largest market in the GCC after Saudi Arabia. Leading the way has been offshore investment, with the biggest contract being the $3.75bn contract to expand production at the Upper Zakum field.

As the opportunities and spending grows, contractors and suppliers alike are again looking at the UAE as a serious growth market. This will especially be the case if Dubai wins the rights to host the 2020 World Expo which will act as a real further catalyst for investment.

MEED Insight's latest market intelligence report, the first on the UAE projects market, provides a comprehensive overview of the political, macroeconomic and projects market scene in the region. Each projects sector is thoroughly analysed to provide an in-depth insight into current and future project plans supported by project data, diagrams and maps..

Comprising more than 100 pages, the report is a valuable guide in highlighting the potential opportunities and challenges for any company wishing to do business in this exciting new market.

The UAE Projects Market report provides details on individual projects with exclusive qualitative and quantitative information taken from the key clients directly and from exhaustive research conducted by the MEED Insight team.

Looking at Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the Northern Emirates, the report will cover every key sector in the local projects market including, oil and gas, petrochemicals, industry, power and water as well as construction and infrastructure. In addition, the research report also offers a macroeconomic and political overview to provide context to the projects market growth.

Through this comprehensive report you will gain insight to:

Current and future size of different sectors
Proprietary client and contractor rankings
Key challenges facing new entrants to the market
Growth potential for Dubai as it recovers from its debt crisis
Long-term vision of each emirate and its strategy for future growth
On the civil construction side, there have been several notable deals such as the Abu Dhabi airport midfield terminal, the Louvre museum and Meeras' Dubai Eye project. At the same time Dubai's announcement on the Mohammed Bin Rashid City and Bollywood theme park projects as well as a series of other projects highlight the emirate's intention to get back on track. All told the UAE has more than $200bn worth of planned and un-awarded projects and the figure is growing by the week as more schemes are announced.



Table of contents 2
List of tables 4
List of figures 6
1. Preface 8
2. Executive summary 9
3. Politics 11
3.1 History 11
3.2 Government 13
3.3 Foreign relations 15
3.4 Financial crisis 15
3.5 Activist clampdown 16
3.6 Abu Dhabi strategy 16
3.7 Dubai strategy 17
4. Economy 19
4.1 Banking 21
4.2 Population 22
4.3 Dubai 22
4.4 Abu Dhabi 24
4.5 Northern emirates 26
5. The UAE Projects Market 28
5.1 Historical analysis 28
5.2 Public versus private 31
5.3 Cancelled projects 32
5.4 Main contractors 32
5.5 The main clients 33
5.6 Future projects 35
6. Oil & Gas 37
6.1 Structure 39
6.1.1 Supreme Petroleum Council 40
6.1.2 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) 40
6.1.3 Non-Adnoc subsidiaries 43
6.1.4 Dubai and the northern emirates 44
6.2 Upstream oil 46
6.2.1 Onshore 47
6.2.2 Offshore 49
6.3 Gas 52
6.3.1 Onshore 53
6.3.2 Offshore gas and LNG 55
6.3.3 Dolphin Energy 57
6.4 Refining 58
6.4.1 Other refiners 60
6.4.2 Oil storage 61
6.5 Petrochemicals 62
6.5.1 Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge) 62
6.5.2 Abu Dhabi Chemicals Company (Chemaweyaat) 64
6.6 Projects market 64
6.7 Contractors 67
7. Power & desalination 70
7.1 Abu Dhabi 70
7.1.1 Power 70
7.1.2 Desalination 78
7.1.3 Fuel and alternative energy 83
7.2 Dubai 87
7.2.1 Power 88
7.2.2 Desalination 92
7.2.3 Fuel and alternative energy 95
7.3 Northern Emirates 98
7.3.1 Power 99
7.3.2 Desalination 104
7.3.3 Fuel and alternative energy 107
8. Wastewater 109
8.1 Abu Dhabi 109
8.2 Dubai 119
8.2.1 TSE 120
8.3 Northern Emirates 123
8.3.1 Ajman 123
8.3.2 Fujairah 126
8.3.3 Sharjah 127
8.3.4 Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Qaiwain 128
9. Renewable energy 130
9.1 Abu Dhabi 133
9.1.1 Shams 1 solar plant 135
9.1.2 Noor 1 solar plant 135
9.1.3 Sir Bani Yas 136
9.1.4 Masdar City plant 136
9.1.5 Torresol CSP plant 136
9.1.6 Bio-solid power generation 136
9.1.7 Masdar City geothermal project 137
9.1.8 International schemes 137
9.2 Dubai 137
9.3 Northern emirates 139
10. Construction 140
10.1 Future work 147
10.2 Abu Dhabi 152
10.2.1 Vision 2030 154
10.2.2 Players 155
10.2.3 Private sector developers 156
10.3 Dubai 158
10.3.1 Real estate 160
10.3.2 Expo 161
10.3.3 Theme parks 162
10.3.4 Funding 163
10.4 Northern emirates 163
10.5 Roads 165
10.5.1 Dubai roads 166
10.5.2 Others 168
10.6 Disputes 169
11. Industry 171
11.1 Aluminium 172
11.1.1 Dubai 172
11.1.2 Abu Dhabi 174
11.2 Steel 176
11.2.1 Emirates Steel 176
11.2.2 Other producers 176
11.3 Cement 179
11.4 Other industrial projects 180
12. Transport 182
12.1 Rail 182
12.1.1 Mainline 182
12.1.2 Metro/light rail 185
12.2 Airports 189
12.2.1 Dubai International airports 189
12.2.2 Abu Dhabi International airport 191
12.2.3 Other airports/Northern Emirates 192
12.3 Ports 194
12.3.1 Dubai 194
12.3.2 Abu Dhabi 194
12.3.3 Sharjah 196

List of tables

Table 1: The UAE government and cabinet 13
Table 2: UAE oil production 19
Table 3: Key economic data 19
Table 4: Foreign Direct Investment 20
Table 5: UAE inflation 20
Table 6: Annual change in credit (%) 22
Table 7: Annual change in deposits (%) 22
Table 8: Dubai budget 2013 core principles 23
Table 9: Annual growth rates of the GDP by economic activity at current prices 25
Table 10: Abu Dhabi strategic plan 2011-15: Economic growth objectives 26
Table 11: Largest projects awarded, 2012 31
Table 12: Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC), June 2011 40
Table 13: Major oil and gas operating companies 45
Table 14: Abu Dhabi oil producers 50
Table 15: Refineries, June 2013 59
Table 16: Existing and planned oil storage capacity in Fujairah, 2012-14 ('000 cubic metres) 61
Table 17: Main construction packages on the Borouge 3 expansion 63
Table 18: Selected major planned oil and gas projects 67
Table 19: The 10 largest oil and gas contract awards, 2009-13* 69
Table 20: Abu Dhabi conventional power sector key facts, 2012 71
Table 21: Abu Dhabi's IPP and IWPP programme, 1999-2012 72
Table 22: Selected major power plant contracts, 2007-12 74
Table 23: Existing desalination capacity contracted by Adwea 78
Table 24: Recent major desalination awards 79
Table 25: Planned desalination projects 83
Table 26: Dubai power sector key facts, 2012 88
Table 27: Existing power plants 90
Table 28: Selected major power projects, 2005-11 90
Table 29: Existing desalination capacity in Dubai 94
Table 30: Dubai electricity and water tariffs 97
Table 31: Sewa's installed and available generating capacity, 2010 103
Table 32: Fewa's installed desalination capacity, 2009 105
Table 33: Recent and planned desalination awards by Fewa, May 2012 105
Table 34: Other local wastewater licence holders, April 2013 110
Table 35: Existing large-scale STPs, April 2013 112
Table 36: Contract awards on the STEP programme 115
Table 37: ADSSC's planned capital investment programme, 2011-17 (AEDm) 118
Table 38: Dubai Municipality STPs, 2011 120
Table 39: Dubai Municipality TSE quality standards 122
Table 40: Renewable electricity performance indicators 133
Table 41: Abu Dhabi renewable power sector key facts, 2012. 133
Table 42: Dubai power sector key facts, 2012 137
Table 43: Dubai major construction projects under execution 143
Table 44: Abu Dhabi major construction projects under execution 145
Table 45: Abu Dhabi selected upcoming construction projects 158
Table 46: Dubai selected upcoming construction projects 163
Table 47: The Department of Transport's upcoming projects 165
Table 48: Department of Transport low bidders 166
Table 49: RTA road projects 166
Table 50: Major UAE road projects 168
Table 51: Main dispute causes 170
Table 52: Major UAE aluminium projects 173
Table 53: Aluminium smelters in the UAE 175
Table 54: Major UAE steel projects 178
Table 55: Selected steel production plants in the UAE 178
Table 56: Selected cement plants and production capacities in the UAE 179
Table 57: Dubai metro 188
Table 58: Dubai airports construction projects 190
Table 59: Abu Dhabi major airport contracts 191
Table 60: Northern emirates airport projects 193
Table 61: Future UAE airport contracts 193
Table 62: UAE major port projects planned or under construction 197

List of figures

Figure 1: Mapof the UAE and the seven emirates 12
Figure 2: GCC total contract awards 2005-12 29
Figure 3: Value of GCC contract awards by country, 2006-12 29
Figure 4: Breakdown of contracts awarded by sector, 2008-12 30
Figure 5: Contracts awarded by sector, 2008-12 (%) 30
Figure 6: Contract awards by public/private client and sector, 2012 31
Figure 7: Cancelled or on-hold projects due to have been awarded in 2008-12 by sector 32
Figure 8: Top 20 largest contractors in the UAE by value of work under execution 33
Figure 9: Top 15 clients by value of work under execution 34
Figure 10: Value of planned and un-awarded projects by sector 35
Figure 11: Comparison of activity, 2007-17 36
Figure 12: Oil and gas fields 38
Figure 13: Structure of Abu Dhabi's oil and gas industry 39
Figure 14: Oil production, 2007-11 47
Figure 15: Abu Dhabi oil production by field (b/d) 48
Figure 16: Blocks covered by the Korean/Adnoc concession agreement 51
Figure 17: Gas production and consumption, 2001-11 52
Figure 18: Gasco's gas processing plants (t/d). 54
Figure 19: LNG import and export capacity, 2008-16 (million t/y) 56
Figure 20: Dolphin gas pipeline network 58
Figure 21: Actual and planned refining capacity, 2010-18 59
Figure 22: Borouge expansion programmes 63
Figure 23: Oil and gas contract awards, 2006-12 65
Figure 24: Forecast major oil and gas contract awards 66
Figure 25: Power capacity by type, 1999-2011 70
Figure 26: Leading power developers by equity capacity, June 2013* 73
Figure 27: Peak demand growth, 2001-11 75
Figure 28: Abu Dhabi peak power exports by destination, 2010-12* 75
Figure 29: Projected Adwec power supplies to Adnoc, Fewa and Sewa, 2012-20 76
Figure 30: Adwec's peak demand forecasts, 2012-20 77
Figure 31: Leading desalination developers by equity capacity, June 2013 79
Figure 32: Peak desalination demand growth, 2011-11 80
Figure 33: Peak desalinated water supply by region, 2011 (%) 81
Figure 34: Adwea total fuel consumption, 2009-11 84
Figure 35: Peak gas demand forecast for Abu Dhabi's power and desalination sector, 2010-20* 84
Figure 36: Forecast peak gas demand with and without alternative energy, 2010-20 86
Figure 37: Peak power demand growth, 2005-11 88
Figure 38: Peak power demand and installed capacity, 2005-11 89
Figure 39: Annual growth in Dubai water demand, 2005-11 92
Figure 40: Installed desalination capacity and peak desalination demand, 2005-11 93
Figure 41: Demand outlook for desalinated water, 2011-20 95
Figure 42: Dewa's fuel bill, 2004-08 96
Figure 43: Dewa's net income, 2007-09 97
Figure 44: Dubai's targeted sources of generation, 2030 (%) 98
Figure 45: Fewa's peak power imports from Abu Dhabi, 2008-11 100
Figure 46: Fewa's installed generating capacity, 2009 (MW) 101
Figure 47: Sewa's peak power demand growth, 2008-10 102
Figure 48: Sewa's peak power imports from Abu Dhabi, 2008-11 104
Figure 49: Sewa's installed desalination capacity, 2010 106
Figure 50: Abu Dhabi STP capacity and inflows, 2008 111
Figure 51: Population forecasts used by ADSSC in its 2010 and 2011 Planning Statements 113
Figure 52: Projected treatment capacity and inflows in the Abu Dhabi region, 2008-16 114
Figure 53: Projected treatment capacity and inflows in the Al-Ain region, 2008-16 114
Figure 54: Breakdown of ADSSC's planned capital spending by segment, 2011-16 (AEDm) 118
Figure 55: Tariff comparison between water and TSE, 2003-11 121
Figure 56: Ajman Sewerage shareholding structure (%) 124
Figure 57: Ajman sewerage network 125
Figure 58: Development of the Sharjah central drainage facility, 1978-2008 128
Figure 59: Solar thermal electricity generating potentials in the UAE 133
Figure 60: Projects on hold by market (% of $397bn) 140
Figure 61: UAE residential and mixed-use awards* 141
Figure 62: UAE awards vs completions 141
Figure 63: Dubai awards vs completions 142
Figure 64: Abu Dhabi awards vs completions 144
Figure 65: Northern emirates awards vs completions 146
Figure 66: Projects under execution (% of $76.2bn) 147
Figure 67: Bids and prequalification (% of $18.6bn) 147
Figure 68: Design and study (% of $50bn) 148
Figure 69: Abu Dhabi prequalification and tender by sector (% of $11.3bn) 149
Figure 70: Abu Dhabi design and study by sector (% of $20.8bn) 149
Figure 71: Dubai prequalification and tender by sector (% of $7.01bn) 150
Figure 72: Dubai design and study by sector (% of $24.6bn) 151
Figure 73: Northern emirates prequalification and tender by sector (% of $830m) 151
Figure 74: Northern emirates design and study by sector (% of $4.03bn) 152
Figure 75: UAE industrial projects - sum of contract value ($m)* 171
Figure 76: Aluminium contract awards ($m) 173
Figure 77: Steel awards ($m) 177
Figure 78: UAE cement firms revenue share 180
Figure 79: Etihad rail network 182
Figure 80: Dubai metro network 186
Figure 81: Dubai airport passenger growth 189
Figure 82: Abu Dhabi aviation sector 191


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