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This report provides a detailed look into the infrastructure sector in Malaysia, including analysis of the state of the current infrastructure, the regulatory and financing landscapes and the major projects in the construction pipeline.

The report covers all key infrastructure sectors: roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communication, and airports and ports.

Summary

Malaysia is expected to see some of the fastest infrastructure output growth rates in the world over the coming years to 2021, a continuation of trends seen in the first half of the decade.

The total value of the infrastructure construction market reached US$10.6 billion in 2016, according to the Infrastructure Intelligence Center (IIC), up from US$6.0 billion in 2011.

Output is projected to grow substantially to US$21.8 billion by 2021 (in nominal value terms), corresponding to a 15.5% annual average growth rate.

This growth in spending is based on the assumption that a number of the large-scale transport projects move ahead as planned, including the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit System, the Pan Borneo Highway Upgrade and the East Coast Rail Link.

Scope

A concise analysis of the administrative, economic and political context for infrastructure in Malaysia.

An in-depth assessment of the current state of infrastructure in Malaysia, including roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communications, airports and ports.

A focus on main political and financial institutions involved in the infrastructure market, as well as the competitive and regulatory environment.

For each infrastructure sector, an explanation of the key drivers of growth in new investment and an analysis of the project pipeline, with a detailed look at the prospects for major projects and the companies that have secured contracts.

Reasons To Buy

Assess the current state of Australian infrastructure, and the main drivers of investment, including the key institutions and financing methods.

Investigate forecasts and gain an understanding of key trends in each of the main infrastructure sectors.

Analyze the main project participants operating in each sector, to better understand the competitive environment.

Identify top projects by sector, development stage and start date, to inform your expansion strategy.

Key Highlights

The IIC is currently tracking 86 large-scale infrastructure construction projects in Malaysia, at all stages of development from announcement to execution.

These projects have a total investment value of US$124 billion. The railways sector accounts for the largest share of the project pipeline, with a total project value of US$53 billion.

The 2017 budget includes a significant portion of funding for the various infrastructure sectors. Among a number of initiatives, US$244 million has been outlined for widening and improving broadband coverage, with US$1.4 billion and US$605 million set aside for the transportation and logistics and utilities sectors respectively.

Malaysia currently has a well-developed physical infrastructure, scoring 5.7 for the overall quality of its infrastructure (within a range of 1 to 7, with a higher score reflecting a higher quality), corresponding to a global rank of 15th.

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Table Of Content

Scope

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. CONTEXT

2.1. Administrative Divisions

2.2. Political Scene

2.3. Public Finances and Credit Ratings

2.4. Demographics

2.5. Economic Performance

2.6. Construction Output

3. THE STATE OF INFRASTRUCTURE

3.1. Roads

3.2. Railways

3.3. Electricity and Power

3.4. Water and Sewerage

3.5. Telecommunications

3.6. Airports and Other Infrastructure

4. THE COMPETITIVE AND REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

4.1. Roads

4.2. Railways

4.3. Electricity and Power

4.4. Water and Sewerage

4.5. Telecommunications

4.6. Airports and Other Infrastructure

5. INSTITUTIONS AND FINANCING

6. INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

6.1. All Infrastructure

6.1.1. Construction outlook

6.1.2. Project pipeline analysis

6.2. Roads

6.2.1. Construction outlook

6.2.2. Key participants-contractors

6.2.3. Key participants-consultants

6.2.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.3. Railways

6.3.1. Construction outlook

6.3.2. Key participants-contractors

6.3.3. Key participants-consultants

6.3.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.4. Electricity and Power

6.4.1. Construction outlook

6.4.2. Key participants-contractors

6.4.3. Key participants-consultants

6.4.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.5. Water and Sewerage

6.5.1. Construction outlook

6.5.2. Key participants-contractors and consultants

6.5.3. Project pipeline analysis

6.6. Telecommunications Infrastructure

6.6.1. Construction outlook

6.7. Airports and Other Infrastructure

6.7.1. Construction outlook

6.7.2. Key participants-contractors

6.7.3. Key participants-consultants

6.7.4. Project pipeline analysis

7. APPENDIX

7.1. Definitions

7.2. Methodology

7.3. Further Information

7.4. Disclaimer


List Of Figure

Figure 1: All Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ million), 2010, 2015, 2020

Figure 2: Construction Output Growth

Figure 3: Construction Output by Sub-sector (US$ billion)

Figure 4: Construction Output by State

Figure 5: Highway Map of Malaysia, 2015

Figure 6: Railway Map of Malaysia, 2015

Figure 7: Water and Sewerage Services Coverage

Figure 8: Areas Covered by High Speed Broadband (HSBB)

Figure 9: Public and Private Sector Instructure Output (US$ million)

Figure 10: Public and Private Sector Instructure Output (ann. % growth)

Figure 11: Malaysia IRI Breakdown

Figure 12: All Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 13: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 14: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 15: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Sector (US$ million)

Figure 16: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Sector and Funding

Figure 17: Roads Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 18: West Coast Expressway

Figure 19: Pan Borneo Highway

Figure 20: Roads Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 21: Roads Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 22: KVMRT Lines I, II and III and Construction of an Elevated Station for KVMRT Line I

Figure 23: East Coast Rail Link (part of)

Figure 24: Railways Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 25: Railways Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 26: Railways Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 27: Electricity and Power Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 28: Energy Generation Mix in Malaysia (2010, 2015, 2020)

Figure 29: Mockup of Jimah East Coal-Fired Power Plant

Figure 30: Electricity and Power Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 31: Electricity and Power Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 32: Water and Sewerage Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 33: Pahang to Selangor Raw Water Supply Scheme

Figure 34: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 35: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 36: HSBB 2 Coverage

Figure 37: Communications Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 38: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 39: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 40: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

 


List Of Table

Table 1: Infrastructure Construction in Malaysia at a Glance

Table 2: Key Economic Indicators

Table 3: Key Comparative Indicators

Table 4: Top 10 Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value to 2050

Table 5: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 6: Top 10 Road Construction Projects by Value to 2028

Table 7: Roads Infrastructure Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 8: KVMRT Contractors

Table 9: KVMRT Consultants

Table 10: Top 10 Rail Construction Projects by Value to 2026

Table 11: Railways Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 12: Top 10 Electricity and Power Construction Projects by Value to 2030

Table 13: Electricity and Power Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 14: Top Water and Sewerage Construction Projects by Value to 2019

Table 15: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 16: Top 10 Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value to 2025

Table 17: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 18: Construction Market Definitions

Table 19: Construction Stage Definitions

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This report provides a detailed look into the infrastructure sector in Malaysia, including analysis of the state of the current infrastructure, the regulatory and financing landscapes and the major projects in the construction pipeline.

The report covers all key infrastructure sectors: roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communication, and airports and ports.

Summary

Malaysia is expected to see some of the fastest infrastructure output growth rates in the world over the coming years to 2021, a continuation of trends seen in the first half of the decade.

The total value of the infrastructure construction market reached US$10.6 billion in 2016, according to the Infrastructure Intelligence Center (IIC), up from US$6.0 billion in 2011.

Output is projected to grow substantially to US$21.8 billion by 2021 (in nominal value terms), corresponding to a 15.5% annual average growth rate.

This growth in spending is based on the assumption that a number of the large-scale transport projects move ahead as planned, including the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit System, the Pan Borneo Highway Upgrade and the East Coast Rail Link.

Scope

A concise analysis of the administrative, economic and political context for infrastructure in Malaysia.

An in-depth assessment of the current state of infrastructure in Malaysia, including roads, railways, electricity and power, water and sewerage, communications, airports and ports.

A focus on main political and financial institutions involved in the infrastructure market, as well as the competitive and regulatory environment.

For each infrastructure sector, an explanation of the key drivers of growth in new investment and an analysis of the project pipeline, with a detailed look at the prospects for major projects and the companies that have secured contracts.

Reasons To Buy

Assess the current state of Australian infrastructure, and the main drivers of investment, including the key institutions and financing methods.

Investigate forecasts and gain an understanding of key trends in each of the main infrastructure sectors.

Analyze the main project participants operating in each sector, to better understand the competitive environment.

Identify top projects by sector, development stage and start date, to inform your expansion strategy.

Key Highlights

The IIC is currently tracking 86 large-scale infrastructure construction projects in Malaysia, at all stages of development from announcement to execution.

These projects have a total investment value of US$124 billion. The railways sector accounts for the largest share of the project pipeline, with a total project value of US$53 billion.

The 2017 budget includes a significant portion of funding for the various infrastructure sectors. Among a number of initiatives, US$244 million has been outlined for widening and improving broadband coverage, with US$1.4 billion and US$605 million set aside for the transportation and logistics and utilities sectors respectively.

Malaysia currently has a well-developed physical infrastructure, scoring 5.7 for the overall quality of its infrastructure (within a range of 1 to 7, with a higher score reflecting a higher quality), corresponding to a global rank of 15th.

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Scope

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. CONTEXT

2.1. Administrative Divisions

2.2. Political Scene

2.3. Public Finances and Credit Ratings

2.4. Demographics

2.5. Economic Performance

2.6. Construction Output

3. THE STATE OF INFRASTRUCTURE

3.1. Roads

3.2. Railways

3.3. Electricity and Power

3.4. Water and Sewerage

3.5. Telecommunications

3.6. Airports and Other Infrastructure

4. THE COMPETITIVE AND REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

4.1. Roads

4.2. Railways

4.3. Electricity and Power

4.4. Water and Sewerage

4.5. Telecommunications

4.6. Airports and Other Infrastructure

5. INSTITUTIONS AND FINANCING

6. INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

6.1. All Infrastructure

6.1.1. Construction outlook

6.1.2. Project pipeline analysis

6.2. Roads

6.2.1. Construction outlook

6.2.2. Key participants-contractors

6.2.3. Key participants-consultants

6.2.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.3. Railways

6.3.1. Construction outlook

6.3.2. Key participants-contractors

6.3.3. Key participants-consultants

6.3.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.4. Electricity and Power

6.4.1. Construction outlook

6.4.2. Key participants-contractors

6.4.3. Key participants-consultants

6.4.4. Project pipeline analysis

6.5. Water and Sewerage

6.5.1. Construction outlook

6.5.2. Key participants-contractors and consultants

6.5.3. Project pipeline analysis

6.6. Telecommunications Infrastructure

6.6.1. Construction outlook

6.7. Airports and Other Infrastructure

6.7.1. Construction outlook

6.7.2. Key participants-contractors

6.7.3. Key participants-consultants

6.7.4. Project pipeline analysis

7. APPENDIX

7.1. Definitions

7.2. Methodology

7.3. Further Information

7.4. Disclaimer


List Of Figure

Figure 1: All Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ million), 2010, 2015, 2020

Figure 2: Construction Output Growth

Figure 3: Construction Output by Sub-sector (US$ billion)

Figure 4: Construction Output by State

Figure 5: Highway Map of Malaysia, 2015

Figure 6: Railway Map of Malaysia, 2015

Figure 7: Water and Sewerage Services Coverage

Figure 8: Areas Covered by High Speed Broadband (HSBB)

Figure 9: Public and Private Sector Instructure Output (US$ million)

Figure 10: Public and Private Sector Instructure Output (ann. % growth)

Figure 11: Malaysia IRI Breakdown

Figure 12: All Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 13: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 14: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 15: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Sector (US$ million)

Figure 16: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Sector and Funding

Figure 17: Roads Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 18: West Coast Expressway

Figure 19: Pan Borneo Highway

Figure 20: Roads Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 21: Roads Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 22: KVMRT Lines I, II and III and Construction of an Elevated Station for KVMRT Line I

Figure 23: East Coast Rail Link (part of)

Figure 24: Railways Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 25: Railways Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 26: Railways Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 27: Electricity and Power Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 28: Energy Generation Mix in Malaysia (2010, 2015, 2020)

Figure 29: Mockup of Jimah East Coal-Fired Power Plant

Figure 30: Electricity and Power Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 31: Electricity and Power Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 32: Water and Sewerage Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 33: Pahang to Selangor Raw Water Supply Scheme

Figure 34: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 35: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

Figure 36: HSBB 2 Coverage

Figure 37: Communications Infrastructure, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 38: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction, Output Value (US$ billion), 2016-2021

Figure 39: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects Pipeline, by Stage (US$ million)

Figure 40: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects Pipeline, by Funding (US$ million)

 


List Of Table

Table 1: Infrastructure Construction in Malaysia at a Glance

Table 2: Key Economic Indicators

Table 3: Key Comparative Indicators

Table 4: Top 10 Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value to 2050

Table 5: All Infrastructure Projects Pipeline, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 6: Top 10 Road Construction Projects by Value to 2028

Table 7: Roads Infrastructure Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 8: KVMRT Contractors

Table 9: KVMRT Consultants

Table 10: Top 10 Rail Construction Projects by Value to 2026

Table 11: Railways Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 12: Top 10 Electricity and Power Construction Projects by Value to 2030

Table 13: Electricity and Power Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 14: Top Water and Sewerage Construction Projects by Value to 2019

Table 15: Water and Sewerage Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 16: Top 10 Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects by Value to 2025

Table 17: Airports and Other Infrastructure Construction Projects, by Stage and Funding (US$ million)

Table 18: Construction Market Definitions

Table 19: Construction Stage Definitions

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