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Venezuela

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Caracas - La Guaira Toll Road Roads 1996 $250.00
Aeropuerto de Margarita Airports 1994 $100.00
Infonet Redes de Informacion C.A. ICT 1997 $78.00
Margarita General Santiago Marino International Airport Airports 2004 $34.00
Trujillo and Valera Water and sewerage 1999 $25.00
Ruta Alterna de Aguas Calientes Roads 1997 $18.00
Carupano Water and sewerage 2001 $15.00
Elca Telecomunicaciones ICT 1998 $10.00
Aggreko Cadafe Power Station Electricity 2003 $9.47
Hidrolago de Maracaibo Water and sewerage 2001 $0.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Margarita General Santiago Marino International Airport Airports 2004 $34.00
Aggreko Cadafe Power Station Electricity 2003 $9.47
Carupano Water and sewerage 2001 $15.00
Hidrolago de Maracaibo Water and sewerage 2001 $0.00
Trujillo and Valera Water and sewerage 1999 $25.00
Hidrolara water utility Water and sewerage 1999 $0.00
Elca Telecomunicaciones ICT 1998 $10.00
Infonet Redes de Informacion C.A. ICT 1997 $78.00
Ruta Alterna de Aguas Calientes Roads 1997 $18.00
Monagas Water and Sanitation Services Water and sewerage 1997 $0.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Caracas - La Guaira Toll Road Roads 1996 $250.00
Infonet Redes de Informacion C.A. ICT 1997 $78.00
Trujillo and Valera Water and sewerage 1999 $25.00
Ruta Alterna de Aguas Calientes Roads 1997 $18.00
Carupano Water and sewerage 2001 $15.00
Elca Telecomunicaciones ICT 1998 $10.00
Aggreko Cadafe Power Station Electricity 2003 $9.47
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Aggreko Cadafe Power Station Electricity 2003 $9.47
Carupano Water and sewerage 2001 $15.00
Trujillo and Valera Water and sewerage 1999 $25.00
Elca Telecomunicaciones ICT 1998 $10.00
Infonet Redes de Informacion C.A. ICT 1997 $78.00
Ruta Alterna de Aguas Calientes Roads 1997 $18.00
Caracas - La Guaira Toll Road Roads 1996 $250.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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2.63/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 1998
    • Manuel Marino, John Stein, and Francisco Wulff

    Management Contracts and Water Utilities: The Case of Monagas State in Venezuela

    The management contract for water and sanitation services in the Venezuelan state of Monagas, awarded in early 1997 to a Spanish firm, is one of very few signed and active management contracts in the water sector. The early operational results are very positive, and the experience sheds light on when a management contract is the right choice, how it should be designed to introduce the right incentives for the contractor and the public representatives, and what steps to take in awarding it.

    • 2007
    • Jorge Ducci
    • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

    Salida de operadores privados internacionales de agua en América Latina

    The exit of international water private operators in Latin America

    Many of international water operators, which were operating water and sewerage services in Latin America, withdrew from the region during the first five years of the new millennium. The study examines the causes and consequences of the withdrawal international water operators in 14 cases in five countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay, and Venezuela) as well as in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico. The study finds different reasons explained the departure. For some international water operators, the withdrawal was driven by their refocusing in their local and regional markets. In these cases, the exit was planned with investments sold to local investors. In other cases, the exit resulted from changes in sectoral policies or social and...

Date last reviewed: December 1, 2015

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