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Oman Projects Market 2013 Report

The research report provides a detailed outlook for spending across all core sectors in the sultanate, including oil and gas, power and water, transport, industry and construction.

The Oman projects market is expected to undergo a radical transformation over the next five years, as it proceeds with a number of strategic projects aimed at transforming the sultanate. During this period, $65bn-worth of projects are due to be awarded, almost double the $33bn awarded in the previous five-year period.

The increase in activity will primarily be the result of a handful of long-term strategic projects, such as BP’s $15bn Khazzan tight gas project, the $10bn development of a refinery and petrochemical complex at Duqm and a nationwide railway construction programme.

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This MEED Insight report examines the future projects market in Oman, highlighting each of the major sectors and the drivers behind the market growth.

In addition to the exclusive forecast for projects spending in the medium term, the research report also ranks and profiles the key clients and contractors, international and local alike.

Through this comprehensive report you will gain insight to:

  • Exclusive forecasts for planned investment in Oman
  • Proprietary client and contractor rankings
  • Details on upcoming projects and schedules
  • Key opportunities, challenges and much more

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