Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 11, 2013
More than $1.1 trillion worth of contracts have been awarded in the GCC alone over the past 10 years. In 2012, about $110bn worth of deals were left, and 2013 is expected to do better with around $130bn worth of contracts awarded based on the performance of the first six months of the year.
Saudi Arabia is the leader in terms of future projects with a pipeline of more than $477bn followed by the UAE and Qatar with $178bn and $122bn respectively. The largest sector is construction, with 36 per cent of all contract awards in the last six years followed by oil and gas and then construction and power. Get complete study of Mena Projects Forecast and Review 2013 at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/267159-mena-projects-forecast-and-review-2013.html.
In the wider Mena region outside the GCC some $444bn worth of contracts has been awarded since 2006. The largest market has been Iran, with $86bn worth of the deals, followed by Iraq with $74bn. The latter is also the largest projects market going forward, with $203bn worth of planned and un-awarded projects driven mainly by oil and gas investment.
Contractor and client analysis
- Oil, gas and petrochemicals
- Civil construction
Top contractors by country
- Saudi Arabia
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