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Industry ViewVolumes handled on Oman's freight transport network are set to enjoy strong growth over the coming years.The sector will benefit not only from a rapidly growing economy, and consumer base, but also sizeableinvestment. This will not only benefit the sector directly, through the construction of a new railway line,investment in airports, and new terminals at the country's ports, but will also develop industries heavilyreliant on the freight network system. An example of this is Vale's iron ore pelletising plant at Sohar, whichgenerates considerable traffic of dry bulk ships at the port of Sohar.Headline Industry Data - 2014 tonnage throughput at Salalah is forecast to reach 9.22mn tonnes on growth of 12.3%, with growthto average 6.7% to 2018. - 2014 total tonnage throughput at Sohar is forecast to reach 58.23mn tonnes, year-on-year (y-o-y) growthof 15.0%. Growth over the medium term to average 24.1%, due to the transfer of operations from SultanQaboos. - 2014 air freight volumes forecast to grow by 9.7% and to average 6.9% over the medium term to 2018. - 2014 Oman total trade real growth is forecast at 5.3%, and set to average 1.6% to 2018.
Industry View 7SWOT 8Infrastructure SWOT 8Industry Forecast 9Construction and Infrastructure Forecast Scenario 9Table: Oman Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data, 2017-2022 10Transport Infrastructure - Outlook And Overview 14Transport Infrastructure Outlook And Overview 14Major Projects Table - Transport Infrastructure 20Table: Major Projects Table - Transport Infrastructure 20Energy And Utilities Infrastructure - Outlook And Overview 25Energy & Utilities Infrastructure Outlook And Overview 25Major Projects Table - Energy & Utilities 28Table: Major Projects Table - Energy & Utilities 28Residential/NonResidential Building - Outlook And Overview 32Major Projects Table - Residential/Non-Residential Construction And Social Infrastructure 33Table: Major Projects Table - Residential/Non-Residential Construction and Social Infrastructure 33Industry Risk Reward Ratings 36Oman Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings 36Rewards 36Risks 37MENA - Infrastructure Risk/Reward Ratings 37Table: MENA Infrastructure Risk / Reward Ratings 42Competitive Landscape 43Competitive Landscape 43Table: EQS Data 43Company Profile 45Galfar Engineering And Contracting SAOG 45Global Infrastructure Overview 48Global Industry Overview 48Table: Latin America PPP Round-Up 52Methodology 57Industry Forecast Methodology 57Sector Specific Methodology 58Risk Reward Rating Methodology 62Sector Specific Methodology 63Table: Infrastructure Risk Reward Rating Indicators 63Table: Weighting Of Indicators 64