Project  Description  Project Owner  Sector  Value Status
UAE          

Umm Al Quwain Waste

A new waste management facility in Umm Al Quwain, part of the Northern Emirates, capable of processing between 1,000 and 1,500 tonnes per day. It will house a materials recycling facility of waste, a composting site and a residue-derived fuel facility, which will convert non-recyclable waste into fuel. This fuel will then be used to power a waste-to-energy incineration plant proposed under the second phase of the project  As per the integrated waste management strategy of the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, further construction and waste-handling facilities may be built

UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment

Energy and Waste Management

Not Reported

Request for Proposals for project managers released in June 2016

Mohammed bin Rashid Stadium A 60,000-seat, fully air-conditioned stadium in the Al-Awir area of Dubai. It will be raised off the ground, and will comply with FIFA standards. The venue will also include a training hall, 5,000-space car park, a sports museum and conference halls Government of Dubai Real Estate – Leisure and Entertainment $817 million Under design
Dubai Taxi PPP A development involving three adjacent plots of land as part of a real estate and employee accommodation project Dubai Roads & Transport Authority – Dubai Taxi Corporation Real Estate – Residential, Commercial Not reported Advisers are being appointed to undertake a feasibility study
Kuwait          
Kuwait National Railroad An integrated rail network with a total length of 511km, to link Kuwait City to Kuwait airport, seaports and the other GCC countries as part of the wider Gulf Railway Network. The project will be implemented under a BOT agreement Partnerships Technical Bureau, together with the General Authority for Roads and Transport Transport – Rail $2 billion In feasibility study phase. Issuance of EOI: Q2 2016 Issuance of RFQ: Q3 2016  Issuance of RFP: Q4 2016  Announcement of preferred bidder: Q3 2017 
Kuwait Metropolitan Rapid Transit (KMRT) System A full metro network comprised of 69 stations (16% underground) with a total length of 160 km. The project will be developed over five phases, with Phase 1 operations expected to commence in 2020 Partnerships Technical Bureau, together with the Ministry of Communications Transport – Metro $18.5 billion Pre-tendering
Oman          
Port Sultan Qaboos Waterfront The project consists of the redevelopment of Port Sultan Qaboos for tourism, with plans for a marina, five star hotels and luxury shopping Oman Tourism Development Company Infrastructure – Urban Development Not reported In planning
Al Batinah Coastal Road A 240km carriageway with four lanes Ministry of Transport and Communications Infrastructure – Roads $1.5 billion Tendering and bidding process for Phase 2, sections 1 and 2 to be launched Q4 2016
Oman National Railway A 2,244km railway to link the governorates of Muscat and Buraimi, including 25 stations to be used for passenger and freight transport Oman Railway Company, together with the Ministry of Transport and Communications Transport – Rail $15.4 billion Designs expected to be completed by end of Q4 2016
200MW Solar Project One or more solar-based electricity generation plants with an aggregate capacity of up to 200 MW, at Adam and Manah in the Governorate of Dakhiliyah. The plants will be grid-connected and based on a combination of concentrated solar power and photovoltaic technologies  Likely to be procured under an Independent Power Project model, similar to conventional gas-based power projects  Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) Power and Water – Solar Energy $600 million On hold
200MW Solar Project One or more solar-based electricity generation plants with an aggregate capacity of up to 200 MW, at Adam and Manah in the governorate of Dakhiliyah. The plants will be grid-connected and based on a combination of concentrated solar power and photovoltaic technologies  Likely to be procured under an Independent Power Project model, similar to conventional gas-based power projects  Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) Power and Water – Solar Energy $600 million On hold
Egypt          
Abu Tartour Port Expansion The project involves the expansion of Abu Tartour Port, located in South Safaga city. This is a mining and industrial-focused port, used for the export of Egyptian phosphate and packed cement. The expansion will see the development of additional industrial facilities including warehouses and auxiliary buildings Ministry of Finance – PPP Central Unit Infrastructure – Transport $319.33 million Advisers sought
Stadiums in Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Matrouh and Luxor Each stadium will have a capacity of either 25,000 or 45,000 seats and will include football fields, training sub-fields, sports halls, catering services, gym rooms and physiotherapy rooms Ministry of Finance – PPP Central Unit Real Estate – Leisure and Entertainment $360 million Study expected to be completed Q2 2016. Invitations to bid expected to be issued Q3 2016
Morocco          
200MW Noor Atlas Solar Complex The 200MW Noor Atlas project involves the construction of eight ground-mounted PV plants, expected to be between 10-30MW each. The plants will be located at Tata, Tahla (Bouizakarne), Tan Tan, Ain Beni Mathar, Boudnib, Bounanaek, Outat El Haj and Boulemane (Enjil) Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable Power and Water – Solar Energy $332.57 million Not reported
200MW Noor Argana Solar Complex This project represents the third phase of Morocco's photovoltaic programme. The selected locations for the complex are Boumalen, Province de Tinghir, Errhamna and Essaouira Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable Power and Water – Solar Energy $273 million Call for Pre-Qualification Bids: end of 2016/start of 2017
Uganda          
Kampala-Jinja Expressway A new 77km expressway connecting Kampala and Jinja, including a 17.8km southern bypass between Butabika and Munyonyo. The road will be operated on a pass-through toll basis Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Infrastructure – Roads $1.1 billion Not reported

Kampala-Mpigi Expressway

An upgrade of the existing 32km road located in Central Uganda, from the present two lane highway to a dual carriageway Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Infrastructure – Roads $100-$350 million Not reported
Kampal-Bombo Expressway. A 30km four-lane, dual carriageway Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Infrastructure – Roads Not reported Designs to be completed later in 2016
Kampala Southern Bypass An 18km road starting at Butabika and connecting the new Kampala-Jinja Expressway and Munyonyo Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Infrastructure – Roads Not reported Pre-feasibility and full feasibility studies have been conducted
Kampala Flyover Two flyovers at Kitgum House and Clock Tower Junctions. The flyovers will involve the widening of Mukwano Road and improvements to interfacing roads and junctions Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Infrastructure – Roads Not reported Designs to be released in December 2016
 Kenya          
Mombasa-Nairobi Highway An expansion of the 485km Mombasa-Nairobi highway (A109) into a dual carriageway, to ease the traffic to Mombasa port which is the main gateway to East Africa Kenya National Highways Authority/Kenya PPP Unit Infrastructure – Roads $1.3 billion Not reported
Nairobi Commuter Rail An upgrade of the Nairobi commuter rail service, including the rehabilitation of stations as well as 60 km of existing railway lines, introduction of new purpose-built rolling stock and new rail transport services to new areas such as the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, and the integration of a new signalling system Kenya Railways Corporation Transport – Rail $325-350 million Not reported
Second Nyali Bridge  A second bridge connecting Mombasa Island to the North Coast in Kenya, spanning 600m and with four lanes. It will ease traffic congestion on the existing Nyali Bridge Government of Kenya Infrastructure – Roads $100 million Not reported
Mozambique          
Africa Renaissance Gas Pipeline A 2,600 km pipeline to link the gas reserves of the Rovuma Basin in Palma, northern Mozambique to the Gauteng industrial hub. Gas would be supplied to Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and parts of the DR Congo. The project would include downstream industry projects for petrochemicals, fertilisers etc. It represents China's largest-ever investment in Mozambique. The Chinese Petroleum Pipeline Bureau is planning to do a pipeline feasibility study Mozambique (56%)  South Africa (24%)  China (20%)  Oil and Gas – Industrial $6 billion Press release issued on 22 April 2016
 Ghana          
Accra-Takoradi Highway Rehabilitation and Dualisation A 245 km coastal highway along national route N1. The project is expected to follow a DBFOM or BOT structure, and will include toll plazas and the collection of toll revenue Ministry of Roads and Highways/Ghana Highway Authority Infrastructure – Roads $600 million Pre-feasibility and full feasibility studies have been conducted
Sogakope-Lomé Transboundary Water Supply PPP A pipeline to transport drinking water from the lower Volta River in Ghana to the city of Lomé in Togo as well as various Ghanaian communities. The project will include a water treatment plant and an 82 km water transmission pipeline between Sogakope in Ghana and Segbe in Togo Ghana Water Company Water and Sewerage Not reported A memorandum of understanding was signed in December 2014 between Ghana, Togo and the African Development Bank
Seychelles          
Mahé Sustainable Water Augmentation Project The project works will include raising the height of the La Gogue Dam by six metres, the construction of a new downstream water treatment plant, and an upgrade to the islands' water pipe network Government of Seychelles Water – Desalination, Distribution, Treatment $26 million RFQ issued on 1 March 2016

Note: The information in the above table has been compiled from various public sources. We make no representation about the accuracy of this information, or whether it is up to date at the time of publication.