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Global Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps. Compare forecasts globally, or across 56 countries & 7 sectors & 5 regions
Investment forecast - Benin
Total Across all sectors
Energy
Tele-communications
Transport: Airport
Transport: Ports
Transport: Rail
Transport: Road
Water
Investment estimates
21 Billion
5 Billion
7 Billion
503 Million
90 Million
349 Million
3 Billion
6 Billion
Investment current trends
35 Billion
6 Billion
9 Billion
671 Million
340 Million
725 Million
11 Billion
9 Billion
Investment needed
14 Billion
816 Million
2 Billion
168 Million
250 Million
376 Million
8 Billion
3 Billion
Investment gap
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Knowledge Resources
Benin
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Framework for Estimating SDG Costing

The goal of this paper is to estimate the additional annual spending required for meaningful progress on the SDGs in these areas. Our estimates refer to additional spending in 2030, relative to a baseline of current spending to GDP in these sectors.

Date
2019
Resource Type
Analysis, Publications
Country
Global
Quality Infrastructure
Sustainable Growth & Development, Governance
IPFA GI Hub Webinar: Infrastructure Investment Opportunity and Reform in Africa

Date
2018
Resource Type
Events
Sector
Multiple Sectors
Country
Benin, Cote D'Ivoire + 8 more
Urgent US$621 billion need for Africa to meet UN Sustainable Development Goals for drinking water, sanitation and electricity

The Global Infrastructure Hub, a G20 initiative, has today published two reports that reveal an urgent need for infrastructure investment in 10 Compact with Africa[1] countries, and highlight the reforms required to encourage greater investment.

Date
2018
Resource Type
News
Sector
Multiple Sectors
Country
Benin, Cote D'Ivoire + 8 more
US$1 trillion infrastructure investment opportunity in 10 compact with Africa countries

A new report released today by the Global Infrastructure Hub, a G20 initiative, has revealed an infrastructure investment gap of US$1 trillion in 10 Compact with Africa[1] countries over the next 22 years. This represents a 42 per cent investment gap; one of the largest regional gaps in the world.

Date
2018
Resource Type
News
Sector
Multiple Sectors
Country
Benin, Cote D'Ivoire + 8 more
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Global Investor Survey Reports
Global Investor Survey Reports
New investor insights on changing infrastructure markets
Investor Survey Report 2019

The third GI Hub and EDHECinfra survey reveals key insights to help policy leaders better understand investor perceptions and challenges.

In 2019, over 300 respondents participated, representing USD10 trillion in assets under management.

InfraCompass
InfraCompass
Explore a country's capability to deliver infrastructure projects.
InfraCompass
Set your infrastructure policies in the right direction

Explore the capability of 56 countries to deliver infrastructure projects, identify priority reforms and pinpoint leading practices across infrastructure governance & institutions, regulatory frameworks, permits, planning, procurement and delivery.

Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions)
585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US)
13,589 5,623
Population (millions)
43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7)
3.7 3.9
Metric Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions) 585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US) 13,589 5,623
Population (millions) 43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7) 3.7 3.9
Infrastructure Outlook
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps globally.
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps

Outlook forecasts a global infrastructure need of $97 trillion and a projected investment gap of around 16%.

The world's electricity, water, communications, and transport investment needs are outlined by country over the next two decades.

Argentina
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
View Investment forecast for Argentina
PPP Risk Allocation
PPP Risk Allocation
A searchable guide on typical risk allocation in PPP transactions
PPP Risk Allocation
Allocating Risks in Public-Private Partnership Contracts.

Risk allocation is at the centre of every PPP transaction, and a deep understanding of the risk allocation arrangements is a precondition to the drafting of every PPP agreement. Search below for guidance on typical risk allocation arrangements between public and private sectors in PPP transactions.

PPP Risk Allocation Tool

As part of its leading practices mandate, the GI Hub developed a set of annotated risk allocation matrices for PPP transactions, across the transport, energy and water and waste sectors. The PPP Risk Allocation Tool should be used to provide additional guidance to countries that wish to develop a programme of bankable PPP transactions.

Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Free global infrastructure project platform connecting public and private sectors.
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline

The G20 tasked the Global Infrastructure Hub to ensure there is a comprehensive, open-source project pipeline database connected to national and multilateral development bank databases, to help match potential investors with projects.

The Project Pipeline is a free digital platform that allows governments to promote public infrastructure projects to a global investor network.

PPP Contract Management
PPP Contract Management
Practical guidance on successful contract management post financial close.
PPP Contract Management report

A great deal of attention is paid to the preparation, procurement and negotiation processes of PPPs. However, this is only the start of delivering a successful project, and in many ways the most important work begins after financial close, during construction and operations, to ensure that the public is receiving the full benefit of the infrastructure services.

PPP Contract Management tool

The reference tool is informed by an in-depth analysis of 250 PPP projects globally that reached financial close between 2005 and 2015 (inclusive) to understand the core issues that arise during the construction and operations phases of a PPP project. From those projects, 25 projects were selected to develop detailed case

Project Preparation
Project Preparation
A practical guide for governments on processes facilitating early-stage project preparation
Project Preparation Reference Tool

The reference tool will be a useful aid for policy-makers and practitioners in their quest to improve project preparation practices and their capacity for preparing quality infrastructure projects, building upon the G20 Principles for the Infrastructure Project Preparation Phase.

The tool seeks to help address challenges faced by governments in early-stage project preparation through providing guidance and lessons learned in the enabling environment for project preparation; financing project preparation; infrastructure planning and project prioritisation; project feasibility, reviews and approvals; and project communication.

Download the report

This reference tool is intended to provide guidance on early-stage activities within the infrastructure project development cycle, and the enablers required to create a conducive environment to prepare sustainable, bankable and procurement-ready infrastructure projects.

Illustrated by country examples, it reinforces conceptual aspects and approaches covering the formulation of infrastructure plans, project pipeline creation, feasibility evaluation, project reviews and approvals, project marketing and stakeholder communication.

National Infrastructure Banks
National Infrastructure Banks
Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities
NIBS - Guidance Tool

This Guidance Note is designed to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a NIB or similar financing facility to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in delivering quality infrastructure projects, encouraging private investment and providing value for end users.

New Guidance on National Infrastructure Banks

The Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities was created to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a National Infrastructure Bank or a similar financing facility (NIB) to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in:

  • delivering quality infrastructure projects;
  • encouraging private investment; and
  • providing value for end users

Read More

Global Investor Survey Reports
Global Investor Survey Reports
New investor insights on changing infrastructure markets
Investor Survey Report 2019

The third GI Hub and EDHECinfra survey reveals key insights to help policy leaders better understand investor perceptions and challenges.

In 2019, over 300 respondents participated, representing USD10 trillion in assets under management.

InfraCompass
InfraCompass
Explore a country's capability to deliver infrastructure projects.
InfraCompass
Set your infrastructure policies in the right direction

Explore the capability of 56 countries to deliver infrastructure projects, identify priority reforms and pinpoint leading practices across infrastructure governance & institutions, regulatory frameworks, permits, planning, procurement and delivery.

Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions)
585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US)
13,589 5,623
Population (millions)
43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7)
3.7 3.9
Metric Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions) 585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US) 13,589 5,623
Population (millions) 43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7) 3.7 3.9
Infrastructure Outlook
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps globally.
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps

Outlook forecasts a global infrastructure need of $97 trillion and a projected investment gap of around 16%.

The world's electricity, water, communications, and transport investment needs are outlined by country over the next two decades.

Argentina
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
View Investment forecast for Argentina
PPP Risk Allocation
PPP Risk Allocation
A searchable guide on typical risk allocation in PPP transactions
PPP Risk Allocation
Allocating Risks in Public-Private Partnership Contracts.

Risk allocation is at the centre of every PPP transaction, and a deep understanding of the risk allocation arrangements is a precondition to the drafting of every PPP agreement. Search below for guidance on typical risk allocation arrangements between public and private sectors in PPP transactions.

PPP Risk Allocation Tool

As part of its leading practices mandate, the GI Hub developed a set of annotated risk allocation matrices for PPP transactions, across the transport, energy and water and waste sectors. The PPP Risk Allocation Tool should be used to provide additional guidance to countries that wish to develop a programme of bankable PPP transactions.

Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Free global infrastructure project platform connecting public and private sectors.
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline

The G20 tasked the Global Infrastructure Hub to ensure there is a comprehensive, open-source project pipeline database connected to national and multilateral development bank databases, to help match potential investors with projects.

The Project Pipeline is a free digital platform that allows governments to promote public infrastructure projects to a global investor network.

PPP Contract Management
PPP Contract Management
Practical guidance on successful contract management post financial close.
PPP Contract Management report

A great deal of attention is paid to the preparation, procurement and negotiation processes of PPPs. However, this is only the start of delivering a successful project, and in many ways the most important work begins after financial close, during construction and operations, to ensure that the public is receiving the full benefit of the infrastructure services.

PPP Contract Management tool

The reference tool is informed by an in-depth analysis of 250 PPP projects globally that reached financial close between 2005 and 2015 (inclusive) to understand the core issues that arise during the construction and operations phases of a PPP project. From those projects, 25 projects were selected to develop detailed case

Project Preparation
Project Preparation
A practical guide for governments on processes facilitating early-stage project preparation
Project Preparation Reference Tool

The reference tool will be a useful aid for policy-makers and practitioners in their quest to improve project preparation practices and their capacity for preparing quality infrastructure projects, building upon the G20 Principles for the Infrastructure Project Preparation Phase.

The tool seeks to help address challenges faced by governments in early-stage project preparation through providing guidance and lessons learned in the enabling environment for project preparation; financing project preparation; infrastructure planning and project prioritisation; project feasibility, reviews and approvals; and project communication.

Download the report

This reference tool is intended to provide guidance on early-stage activities within the infrastructure project development cycle, and the enablers required to create a conducive environment to prepare sustainable, bankable and procurement-ready infrastructure projects.

Illustrated by country examples, it reinforces conceptual aspects and approaches covering the formulation of infrastructure plans, project pipeline creation, feasibility evaluation, project reviews and approvals, project marketing and stakeholder communication.

National Infrastructure Banks
National Infrastructure Banks
Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities
NIBS - Guidance Tool

This Guidance Note is designed to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a NIB or similar financing facility to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in delivering quality infrastructure projects, encouraging private investment and providing value for end users.

New Guidance on National Infrastructure Banks

The Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities was created to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a National Infrastructure Bank or a similar financing facility (NIB) to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in:

  • delivering quality infrastructure projects;
  • encouraging private investment; and
  • providing value for end users

Read More

Global Investor Survey Reports
Global Investor Survey Reports
New investor insights on changing infrastructure markets
Investor Survey Report 2019

The third GI Hub and EDHECinfra survey reveals key insights to help policy leaders better understand investor perceptions and challenges.

In 2019, over 300 respondents participated, representing USD10 trillion in assets under management.

InfraCompass
InfraCompass
Explore a country's capability to deliver infrastructure projects.
InfraCompass
Set your infrastructure policies in the right direction

Explore the capability of 56 countries to deliver infrastructure projects, identify priority reforms and pinpoint leading practices across infrastructure governance & institutions, regulatory frameworks, permits, planning, procurement and delivery.

Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions)
585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US)
13,589 5,623
Population (millions)
43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7)
3.7 3.9
Metric Argentina Emerging countries
GDP ($US Millions) 585,623 1,123,023
GDP per capital ($US) 13,589 5,623
Population (millions) 43.1 215.3
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 119,057 266,618
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 52 13,017
Infrastructure quality (1-7) 3.7 3.9
Infrastructure Outlook
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps globally.
Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps

Outlook forecasts a global infrastructure need of $97 trillion and a projected investment gap of around 16%.

The world's electricity, water, communications, and transport investment needs are outlined by country over the next two decades.

Argentina
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
452 Billion
Investment current trends
810 Billion
Investment neededv
358 Billion
Investment gap
View Investment forecast for Argentina
PPP Risk Allocation
PPP Risk Allocation
A searchable guide on typical risk allocation in PPP transactions
PPP Risk Allocation
Allocating Risks in Public-Private Partnership Contracts.

Risk allocation is at the centre of every PPP transaction, and a deep understanding of the risk allocation arrangements is a precondition to the drafting of every PPP agreement. Search below for guidance on typical risk allocation arrangements between public and private sectors in PPP transactions.

PPP Risk Allocation Tool

As part of its leading practices mandate, the GI Hub developed a set of annotated risk allocation matrices for PPP transactions, across the transport, energy and water and waste sectors. The PPP Risk Allocation Tool should be used to provide additional guidance to countries that wish to develop a programme of bankable PPP transactions.

Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline
Free global infrastructure project platform connecting public and private sectors.
Global Infrastructure Project Pipeline

The G20 tasked the Global Infrastructure Hub to ensure there is a comprehensive, open-source project pipeline database connected to national and multilateral development bank databases, to help match potential investors with projects.

The Project Pipeline is a free digital platform that allows governments to promote public infrastructure projects to a global investor network.

PPP Contract Management
PPP Contract Management
Practical guidance on successful contract management post financial close.
PPP Contract Management report

A great deal of attention is paid to the preparation, procurement and negotiation processes of PPPs. However, this is only the start of delivering a successful project, and in many ways the most important work begins after financial close, during construction and operations, to ensure that the public is receiving the full benefit of the infrastructure services.

PPP Contract Management tool

The reference tool is informed by an in-depth analysis of 250 PPP projects globally that reached financial close between 2005 and 2015 (inclusive) to understand the core issues that arise during the construction and operations phases of a PPP project. From those projects, 25 projects were selected to develop detailed case

Project Preparation
Project Preparation
A practical guide for governments on processes facilitating early-stage project preparation
Project Preparation Reference Tool

The reference tool will be a useful aid for policy-makers and practitioners in their quest to improve project preparation practices and their capacity for preparing quality infrastructure projects, building upon the G20 Principles for the Infrastructure Project Preparation Phase.

The tool seeks to help address challenges faced by governments in early-stage project preparation through providing guidance and lessons learned in the enabling environment for project preparation; financing project preparation; infrastructure planning and project prioritisation; project feasibility, reviews and approvals; and project communication.

Download the report

This reference tool is intended to provide guidance on early-stage activities within the infrastructure project development cycle, and the enablers required to create a conducive environment to prepare sustainable, bankable and procurement-ready infrastructure projects.

Illustrated by country examples, it reinforces conceptual aspects and approaches covering the formulation of infrastructure plans, project pipeline creation, feasibility evaluation, project reviews and approvals, project marketing and stakeholder communication.

National Infrastructure Banks
National Infrastructure Banks
Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities
NIBS - Guidance Tool

This Guidance Note is designed to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a NIB or similar financing facility to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in delivering quality infrastructure projects, encouraging private investment and providing value for end users.

New Guidance on National Infrastructure Banks

The Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities was created to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a National Infrastructure Bank or a similar financing facility (NIB) to target government policies and maximise the impact that infrastructure banks can have in:

  • delivering quality infrastructure projects;
  • encouraging private investment; and
  • providing value for end users

Read More