Infrastructure Insight

Infrastructure Insight brings you analysis of regional trends, regulatory changes, projects and investments plus competitive intelligence on the growth strategies of leading companies in the sector

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Industry Trend Analysis - Utilities Capex Will Rise To Keep Pace With Industry Transformation - OCT 2016

Americas September 2016 / United States / Industry

Increasing capital expenditure budgets amongst the US's largest power companies will support continued growth in the value of the energy and utilities infrastructure industry over our forecast period. Expenditures will be necessitated by the need to update the US aging power transmission and distribution infrastructure, by the growing penetration of renewables and distributed energy solutions, as well as the need to comply with new environmental regulations and statutes.


Industry Trend Analysis - Global Infrastructure Funds Flocking To Australia - OCT 2016

Asia Pacific September 2016 / Australia / Industry

Asset sales under Australia's privatisation and recycling program continue to draw an abundance of interest from global infrastructure investors. The redeployment of this capital will drive will sustain growth in the infrastructure industry, with the bulk of funds set to fund a large pipeline of transport projects.


Industry Trend Analysis - Central Asian Pipeline Outlook Mixed - OCT 2016

Europe September 2016 / Kazakhstan / Industry

Growth in oil and gas pipeline infrastructure in Central Asia will remain muted over our forecast period, as geopolitical hurdles and unfavourable demand dynamics stymie or delay the implementation of a variety of high profile projects throughout the region.


Industry Trend Analysis - Loan Suspension Indicative Of Investor Caution - OCT 2016

Middle East & Africa September 2016 / South Africa / Industry

The recent suspension of loans to SOEs by two investors is indicative of the prevailing negative sentiment in the South African economy, which continues to hamper large-scale outlays of much-needed private capital into infrastructure development.