Subscription services

Our subscription services cover specific sectors in individual countries, allowing us the time and resources to go into greater depth than other similar products. We research our content using on-the-ground permanent staff, and focus on local-level detail that feeds into all our material, whether project trackers, company profiles, data, tenders or news and analysis.

As of Q4 2017 we operate five subscription services that offer daily/weekly reports, project trackers, tenders, data, company profiles and more.

Overviews of our current services are as follows:

Libya Monitor

Launched in 2012, the Libya Monitor is the country's leading source of economic, business and financial information.

The service is an essential resource for anyone doing business or seeking to do business in the country. It features:

  • Business news and analysis
  • Tenders, updated daily
  • Profiles of 700+ Libyan companies and government entities, with management and contact details
  • A unique library of hard-to-find data, government decisions and statements, and legislation
  • Trading data from the Libyan Stock Market
  • Calendar of local and international events on Libya
  • A Daily Brief email to subscribers, sent out Monday-Friday

Access to the Libya Monitor is by subscription only, but it is free to register and receive our Weekly Brief

To find out more about subscription options, click here

 

Myanmar Real Estate and Construction Monitor

Our first subscription service in Myanmar, the Myanmar Real Estate and Construction Monitor was launched in 2014 and is the sector's leading source of business information.

It is a cost-effective resource for identifying business opportunities, locating partners or suppliers, monitoring trends, conducting market research and reading original or hard-to-find information on the sector.

Our coverage includes:

  • Daily media monitoring of local and English-language news on the Myanmar property and construction sector
  • Daily publishing of construction and building materials tenders, plus investment and partnership opportunities
  • Profiles of hundreds of local and international companies operating in the sector
  • Project tracker with over 100 in-progress and prospective real estate projects in Yangon, featuring information on size, components, location, developer, contractors, completion date, value and sales/rental pricing
  • Copies of key property and investment legislation
  • An online library of in-house and third-party data on the real estate sector

Subscribers also receive our Daily Brief email service, and our biannual Yangon Real Estate Review, which features 250+ pages covering analysis of the residential and commercial sectors, plus company and project profiles.

To learn more, or to request a free trial, please contact Chris Markey on chris.markey@frontiermyanmar.com or +95 (0)92 5334 9604

 

Myanmar Energy Monitor

Launched in summer 2015, the Myanmar Energy Monitor is an essential resource for companies and other organisations seeking to track energy developments, identify opportunities and risks, find partners or suppliers, and assist decision-making in what remains a relatively opaque and difficult-to-navigate country. The site features

  • Daily media monitoring of local and international news as well as original content and analysis across key subsectors and Q&As interviews with key industry players  
  • Comprehensive profiles of local and international, private-sector and government players including contacts and key activities in Myanmar
  • A comprehensive and searchable database of tenders with full bid information, both private and public sector
  • A library of data, laws and other useful resources and third-party reports

Researched and produced by our office in Yangon, our content covers upstream and downstream oil and gas, renewables and power, and spans issues such as contract awards, new entrants, legislation, projects, company news, public-sector changes and more.

We offer two different access options to the service. The Myanmar Energy Brief - a weekly PDF review of the week's developments in oil and gas, renewables and power, plus all newly-published and open tenders from the energy and power sectors, compiled from a range of sources, and new data on the Myanmar energy sector. Our full subscription provides access to our entire online database of news, tenders, company profiles and data library, and also includes the weekly Myanmar Energy Brief.

To read a sample issue, or for trial access, please contact Antoine Drogoul on antoine.drogoul@frontiermyanmar.com or +95 92 6144 3442

 

Egypt Energy Monitor

Launched in February 2016, the Egypt Energy Monitor covers the fast-changing energy and power sectors in the Arab world's most populous country.

The Egypt Energy Monitor is an essential resource for companies and other organisations seeking to understand and do business in the market. It features:

  • Daily media monitoring of local and international news as well as original content and analysis across key subsectors and Q&As interviews with key industry players
  • Unique project tracker with 130+ profiles of current and future power plants, spanning solar, wind, gas, coal, hydro and nuclear  
  • Comprehensive profiles of local and international, private-sector and government players including contacts and key activities in Myanmar
  • A comprehensive and searchable database of tenders 
  • A library of data, laws and other useful resources and third-party reports

Researched and produced by our office in Cairo, our content covers upstream and downstream oil and gas, conventional and renewable power, transmission infrastructure, fuel and related areas.

It spans issues such as contract awards, new entrants, legislation, projects, company news, public-sector changes and more.

We offer a Basic and Premium Subscription to access our content: for more details please visit our Subscribe page

For trial access, please contact Ahmed Atta, on ahmed.atta@frontieregypt.com or +20 100 992 8952

 

Egypt Energy Monitor

Launched in February 2016, the Egypt Energy Monitor covers the fast-changing energy and power sectors in the Arab world's most populous country.

The Egypt Energy Monitor is an essential resource for companies and other organisations seeking to understand and do business in the market. It features:

  • Daily media monitoring of local and international news as well as original content and analysis across key subsectors and Q&As interviews with key industry players
  • Unique project tracker with 130+ profiles of current and future power plants, spanning solar, wind, gas, coal, hydro and nuclear  
  • Comprehensive profiles of local and international, private-sector and government players including contacts and key activities in Myanmar
  • A comprehensive and searchable database of tenders 
  • A library of data, laws and other useful resources and third-party reports

Researched and produced by our office in Cairo, our content covers upstream and downstream oil and gas, conventional and renewable power, transmission infrastructure, fuel and related areas.

It spans issues such as contract awards, new entrants, legislation, projects, company news, public-sector changes and more.

We offer a Basic and Premium Subscription to access our content: for more details please visit our Subscribe page

For trial access, please contact Ahmed Atta, on ahmed.atta@frontieregypt.com or +20 100 992 8952


Egypt Energy Monitor

Launched in February 2016, the Egypt Energy Monitor covers the fast-changing energy and power sectors in the Arab world's most populous country.

The Egypt Energy Monitor is an essential resource for companies and other organisations seeking to understand and do business in the market. It features:

  • Daily media monitoring of local and international news as well as original content and analysis across key subsectors and Q&As interviews with key industry players
  • Unique project tracker with 130+ profiles of current and future power plants, spanning solar, wind, gas, coal, hydro and nuclear  
  • Comprehensive profiles of local and international, private-sector and government players including contacts and key activities in Myanmar
  • A comprehensive and searchable database of tenders 
  • A library of data, laws and other useful resources and third-party reports

Researched and produced by our office in Cairo, our content covers upstream and downstream oil and gas, conventional and renewable power, transmission infrastructure, fuel and related areas.

It spans issues such as contract awards, new entrants, legislation, projects, company news, public-sector changes and more.

We offer a Basic and Premium Subscription to access our content: for more details please visit our Subscribe page

For trial access, please contact Ahmed Atta, on ahmed.atta@frontieregypt.com or +20 100 992 8952