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海水淡化市場 (2016年):全球的展望與成長機會

Desalination Markets 2016: Global Perspective and Opportunities for Growth

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海水淡化市場 (2016年):全球的展望與成長機會 Desalination Markets 2016: Global Perspective and Opportunities for Growth
出版日期: 2015年04月02日 內容資訊: 英文 375 Pages
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GWI公司所發行的海水淡化市場報告自2007年以來已經成為各家參與企業之產業手冊。目前也是籌畫將淡水化之新措施收益化的強力策略的重要時機,這次的「海水淡化市場(2016年)」便是針對該時期所發行。

本報告是透視成長的熱點和推動地區需求、淡水化技術需求的趨勢及課題的必讀指南,相信必有助於讓您比任何人早一步實現未來事業發展收益化。本書充分活用DesalData及GWI廣泛的人脈網路來鎖定各種趨勢,是最全面性的海水淡化報告。

「海水淡化市場(2016年)」除了提供處理能力及投資額預測,更加上市場動態的詳細分析,是計劃貴公司在業界未來的活動、為求領先其他公司發展收益化所不可或缺,獨一無二的報告。

  • 內含2011年到2020年全球市場預測及契約容量、處理能力、CAPEX、OPEX等市場規模資料與各國、地區、技術、CAPEX及CAPEX等類別明細。
  • 16個國家·1個地區的個別分析(公共及產業用途):有助於鎖定促進市場機會的主要趨勢與產業策略的焦點化
  • 企業簡介:提供包含主要參與經營者的策略相關考察和市場上定位的各種資訊,有助於合作業者及競爭業者考量如何有效為自家公司定位。
  • 核心技術及新興技術的詳細分析:驗證這些技術滿足產業需求的方法及其引進處
  • 主要參與企業:鎖定包含承購人、EPC承包商、開發者、技術供應商等主要經營者
  • 廠房候補與市場機會:鎖定市場今後的活動,有助於擬定為了比競爭對手更具優勢地活用這些機會所需的策略

摘要整理

  • 全球海水淡化需求 2010∼2030年
  • 各地區CAPEX & OPEX預測 2015∼2020年
  • 市場動態
  • 長期預測

第1章 全球海水淡化市場

  • 海水淡化指示王簡介
    • 全球市場趨勢
    • Feed Water各類型/各地區市場
    • 各技術類型市場
    • 各廠房規模市場
    • 承購人市場
    • 傳輸模式
    • 成本
  • 能源回收設備
  • RO/NF薄膜供應商
  • RO事前處理
    • 氣泡浮上分離法
    • 微過濾/超過濾
  • 市場預測(到2020年)
    • 預測模式
    • 預測趨勢
    • 財政

第2章 技術

  • 到現在為止的技術
    • RO法
    • 多級閃蒸(MSF)
    • 多效蒸餾(MED)
    • 蒸氣壓縮蒸餾法
    • 電滲析/逆電透析法
    • EDI式純水製造法
    • 熱汽化濃縮法
    • 熱晶體化處理
  • 最新技術
    • 高回收RO
    • 正滲透
    • 薄膜蒸餾法
    • 加濕/除濕
    • 去離子
    • RO事前處理
    • 薄膜調查趨勢
  • 再生水供給
    • 太陽光
    • 風力
  • 投資策略
    • 打入機會
    • 逆滲透薄膜的替代技術
    • 逆滲透薄膜的改良
    • 其他的市場機會
    • 摘要

第3章 阿爾及利亞

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第4章 澳洲

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第5章 鉀肥bien

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第6章 智利

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第7章 中國

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第8章 印度

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第9章 伊朗

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第10章 以色列

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第11章 科威特

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第12章 墨西哥

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第13章 摩洛哥

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第14章 阿曼

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第15章 卡達

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第16章 沙烏地阿拉伯

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第17章 新加坡

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第18章 西班牙

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第19章 UAE

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第20章 美國

  • 概要
  • 主要參與者
  • 簡介
  • 計劃中廠房
  • 市場預測(到2020年)

第21章 EPC承包商/開發業者簡介

  • Abengoa
  • Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA)
  • Acciona Agua
  • ACWA Power
  • aqualia
  • Aqualyng
  • Aquatech
  • Biwater Inc.
  • Cadagua (Ferrovial)
  • Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.
  • Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co. Ltd.
  • Fisia Italimpianti
  • GdF Suez
  • GE Water & Process Technologies
  • GS Inima
  • H2O Innovation
  • Hangzhou Water Treatment Technology Development Centre
  • Hitachi Zosen Corporation
  • Hutchison Water
  • Hyflux
  • IDE Technologies
  • Malakoff Corporation Berhad
  • Marubeni Corporation
  • Metito
  • Mitsubishi companies
  • Mitsui & Co.
  • Osmoflo
  • Poseidon Resources Corporation
  • Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC)
  • RWL Water
  • Sadyt (Valoriza Agua/Sacyr Group)
  • Sasakura Engineering
  • Seven Seas Water
  • Suez Environnement
  • Sumitomo Corporation
  • Tecnicas Reunidas
  • Tedagua (Cobra Group)
  • VA Tech Wabag
  • Veolia Environnement
  • Wetico (Water and Environment Technologies Co. Ltd)

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目錄

Overview

GWI's Desalination Markets report has been the industry handbook for businesses working within the desalination industry since 2007. Desalination Markets 2016 comes at a time when it has never been more important for businesses to have a robust strategy for capitalising on emerging desalination activity. This report is the essential guide to the growth hotspots, regional demand and the trends and challenges driving the need for desalination technologies - so your business can be the first to capitalise on developing prospects. This report makes use of DesalData and GWI's extensive network of contributors to identify trends, making it the most comprehensive desalination report available.

Offering in-depth analysis of market dynamics alongside market size forecasts for capacity and investment, Desalination Markets 2016 is the only report you need for planning your future activity in the industry and for capitalising on growth ahead of your competitors:

  • Global market forecasts and market size data for contracted capacity, operating capacity, capital expenditure, operating expenditure from 2011 - 2020 broken down by country, region, technology, capex and opex categories.
  • Country-by-country analysis of 16 countries and 1 region covering municipal and industrial desalination, so you can identify the main trends driving opportunities and focus your business strategy
  • Company profiles - the report offers intelligence on the key companies working in the industry - including an insight into their strategies and position in the market - so you can effectively position your business alongside your partners and competitors.
  • In-depth analysis of core and emerging technologies, how they meet industry needs and what place they have in the market
  • Main market players - identify the main players including off-takers, EPC contractors, developers and technology suppliers
  • Proposed plants and opportunities - pinpoint future activity in the market and plan your strategy to capitalise on these opportunities ahead of your competitors

Market Coverage

In each regional chapter, the report will highlight the dominant desalination activity. We cover the main industrial and municipal users each region, paying attention to the biggest industries. Depending on regional trends, industry coverage can include:

  • Oil & gas
  • Refining
  • Power
  • Mining

Technologies covered

We offer an overview of established technologies and the opportunities for those solutions and go on to analyse, in-depth, how emerging technologies can meet emerging market needs:

  • MSF - multi-stage flash
  • MED - multi-effect distillation
  • RO - reverse osmosis
  • ED- electrodialysis
  • EDI - electrodionisation
  • Emerging technologies

Opportunities

Although the desalination market has not yet returned to its peak, there are still pockets of growth and a demand for technologies that can meet the primary challenges faced in those regions.

The report explores:

  • New technologies for energy saving and efficiency - at a time where reducing costs is of paramount importance, there are still good opportunities for technology providers to capitalise on the need for cost-saving solutions and for EPC contractors, developers and consulting engineers to reduce operating costs. This report explores the regions with increased industrial activity where these technologies might gain traction, so you can tailor the right solution for the right market.
  • Wastewater volume reduction - with tightening regulations for disposal and incrementing discharge costs, technologies that reduce the volume of wastewater are becoming increasingly attractive to plant operators. This report identifies the regions with a good market for new volume reduction technologies.

Market Drivers and challenges

The report explores the following market drivers and challenges that are creating opportunities for new and existing desalination technologies.

  • Water scarcity
  • Reducing the volume of wastewater discharged and increasing wastewater reuse
  • Industrial growth and demand for process water

Market Forecast Categories

Combining municipal and industrial markets, the report will forecast the following:

  • Contracted capacity
  • Operating capacity
  • Capital expenditure
  • Operating expenditure

These forecasts will be broken down into the following categories:

  • Region - North America, Latin America/Caribbean, Middle East/North Africa, Southern Asia, East Asia/Pacific, Rest of the World
  • Country - United States, Mexico, Caribbean, Chile, Algeria, Iran, Israel, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Spain, Australia, China, India, Singapore
  • Technology - MED, MSF, SWRO, BWRO, Other RO, ED/EDI
  • Size of plant: <1,000 m3/d, 1,000-10,000 m3/d, 10,000-50,000 m3/d, gt;50,000 m3/d

Capex and Opex Categories are as follows:

CAPEX

  • Design
  • Civil engineering
  • Legal/professional
  • Installation/services
  • Intakes/outfalls
  • Pretreatment
  • Piping/high grade alloys
  • Pumps
  • Membranes
  • Pressure vessels
  • Thermal equipment/fabrication
  • Energy recovery
  • Other equipment/materials

OPEX

  • Labour
  • Thermal Energy
  • Electricity
  • Membranes
  • Chemicals
  • Parts/materials

Country Chapters

The report identifies the regional hotspots, highlights the dominant desalination activities in that region (municipal or industrial) and the technologies that meet the demands of that market. Country-by-country, the chapters explore water availability and demand, water sector structure, the country's municipal and industrial desalination profile, the key clients and off-takers.

The chapter then goes on to look at future opportunities in each market, identifying proposed plants, forecasting overall growth and the prospects for equipment and technologies.

  • Algeria
  • Australia
  • Caribbean
  • Chile
  • China
  • India
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Kuwait
  • Mexico
  • Morocco
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • Spain
  • UAE
  • United States

SAMPLE

Figure 14.6:
Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Oman, 1985-2015

                        Souce: DesalData.

Table of Contents

Publication information

Executive summary

  • Desalination capacity history and forecast, 2000-2030
  • Total desalination capital expenditure and operating expenditure by region, 2015-2020
  • Desalination technologies
  • Market dynamics
    • The top 20 desalination plant suppliers over the past decade
  • The long term outlook
    • Exchange rates used in this publication

1. The global desalination market

  • 1.1. Desalination market profile
    • 1.1.1. Global market development
      • Figure 1.1: Global annual and cumulative contracted desalination capacity, 1970-2014
      • Figure 1.2: Global contracted capacity by technology, 2004-2014
      • Figure 1.3: Cumulative contracted desalination capacity by technology, 1980-2014
      • Figure 1.4: Online desalination capacity by region, 2015
    • 1.1.2. Feedwater type
      • Figure 1.5: Regional online desalination capacity by feedwater type, 2015
      • Figure 1.6: Online desalination capacity by feedwater type, 2015
    • 1.1.3. Desalination technologies
      • Figure 1.7: Regional online capacity by main technology type, 2015
    • 1.1.4. Plant size
      • Figure 1.8: Online desalination capacity by plant size, 2015
      • Figure 1.9: Online desalination capacity at extra-large plants in the Middle East and North Africa, 2015
    • 1.1.5. Offtakers
      • Figure 1.10: Global online desalination capacity by sector, 2015
      • Figure 1.11: Global online desalination capacity by industrial sector, 2015
      • Figure 1.12: Global contracted desalination capacity by sector, 2004-2014
      • Figure 1.13: Global annual contracted desalination capacity by sector, 1980-2014
      • Figure 1.14: Regional online desalination capacity by sector, 2015
      • Figure 1.15: Online utility and industrial desalination capacity using RO by feedwater type, 2015
    • 1.1.6. Delivery models
      • Figure 1.16: Installed desalination capacity by delivery model for plants >5,000 m3/d, 2015
      • Figure 1.17: Global annual desalination capacity by delivery model (plants >5,000 m3/d), 1990-2013
      • Figure 1.18: Cumulative contracted desalination capacity by delivery model (plants >5,000 m3/d), 2003 & 2013
      • Figure 1.19: Cumulative contracted desalination capacity by delivery model (plants >5,000 m3/d), 1995-2013
      • Figure 1.20: Projects procured using BOO/BOT with capacity >50,000 m3/d
      • Figure 1.21: BOO/BOT desalination capacity by developer market share for projects >50,000 m3/d
      • Figure 1.22: Largest IWPP desalination projects
      • Figure 1.23: IWPP desalination capacity by developer market share
      • Figure 1.24: Annual contracted capacity by delivery model in MENA region (plants >5,000 m3/d), 1995-2013
    • 1.1.7. The cost of desalination
      • Figure 1.25: Trend of unit capital costs of selected RO desalination plants, 1996-2014
      • Figure 1.26: Distribution of unit EPC costs of RO desalination plants
      • Figure 1.27: Water prices from desalination projects since 2000
      • Figure 1.28: Water prices from desalination projects, plant capacity over 50,000 m3/d
      • Figure 1.29: Water price versus unit capital cost
      • Figure 1.30: Water price versus capacity
  • 1.2. Energy recovery devices
    • Figure 1.31: SWRO energy recovery device market share since 2010
  • 1.3. RO and NF membrane suppliers
    • Figure 1.32: Estimated membrane supplier market share since 2010, SWRO >10,000 m3/d
  • 1.4. RO pretreatment
    • 1.4.1. Dissolved air flotation
      • Figure 1.33: DAF pretreatment market share since 2010
    • 1.4.2. Microfiltration/ultrafiltration suppliers
  • 1.5. Desalination market forecast
    • 1.5.1. The forecast model
      • 1.5.1.1. Tracked projects
        • Figure 1.34: Desalination projects tracked by GWI's Desalination Tracker, 2015-2020
      • 1.5.1.2. Anticipated capacity
      • 1.5.1.3. Project delays
        • Figure 1.35: Expected contracted capacity at different stages in our forecast methodology
      • 1.5.1.4. The current forecast
        • Figure 1.36: Forecast of contracted desalination capacity by feedwater, technology and plant size (m3/d)
        • Figure 1.37: Global awarded and anticipated contracted capacity, 2006-2020
        • Figure 1.38: Global cumulative contracted capacity by technology, 1990-2020
    • 1.5.2. Forecast trends
      • 1.5.2.1. Technology and feedwater trends
        • Figure 1.39: Contracted capacity forecast by technology, 2006-2020
        • Figure 1.40: Contracted capacity forecast by feedwater type, 2006-2020
      • 1.5.2.2. Regional market trends
        • Figure 1.41: Contracted capacity forecast by region, 2006-2020
      • 1.5.2.3. Brine concentration and volume reduction technologies
        • Figure 1.42: Forecast of capital expenditure on brine concentration technologies by industry, 2011-2020
    • 1.5.3. The financial forecast
      • 1.5.3.1. Capital expenditure
        • Figure 1.43: Forecast of desalination capital expenditure by plant type, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.44: Capital expenditure breakdown, 2015
        • Figure 1.45: All desalination: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.46: XL MSF: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.47: XL MED: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.48: Other thermal: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.49: SWRO: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.50: BWRO: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.51: Other RO: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.52: ED-EDR: Capital expenditure forecast by spending category, 2011-2020
      • 1.5.3.2. Operating expenditure
        • Figure 1.53: Estimated online desalination capacity by technology, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.54: Estimated online desalination capacity by region, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.55: Forecast of operating expenditure in desalination by technology, 2011-2020
        • Figure 1.56: Operating expenditure breakdown, 2015
        • Figure 1.57: Forecast of operating expenditure by spending category, 2011-2020
      • 1.5.3.3. Private sector participation
        • Figure 1.58: Forecast of capital expenditure at privately-owned desalination plants vs. plant purchases
        • Figure 1.59: Forecast of operating expenditure by private operators and the public sector

2. Technologies

  • 2.1. Established desalination technologies
    • 2.1.1. Reverse osmosis (RO)
      • Figure 2.1: Removal of dissolved solids by reverse osmosis
      • Figure 2.2: Top SWRO plants in the Gulf by capacity
      • Figure 2.3: Top 10 SWRO plants by capacity worldwide
    • 2.1.2. Multi-stage flash (MSF)
      • Figure 2.4: Multi-stage flash evaporation process
      • Figure 2.5: Top 10 MSF plants by capacity worldwide
    • 2.1.3. Multi-effect distillation (MED)
      • Figure 2.6: Multi-effect distillation process
      • Figure 2.7: Top 10 MED plants by capacity worldwide
    • 2.1.4. Vapour compression distillation
      • Figure 2.8: Vapour compression process
    • 2.1.5. Electrodialysis (ED)/Electrodialysis reversal (EDR)
      • Figure 2.9: Electrodialysis cell
    • 2.1.6. Electrodeionisation (EDI)
    • 2.1.7. Thermal brine concentrator
      • Figure 2.10: Falling film brine concentrator with vapour compression
    • 2.1.8. Thermal crystalliser
      • Figure 2.11: Forced circulation crystalliser
      • Figure 2.12: Installed volume reduction systems for industry by supplier since 2000
      • Figure 2.13: Installed volume reduction systems by industry since 2000
  • 2.2. Emerging desalination technologies
    • Figure 2.14: Water Desalination Report's technology ratings
    • 2.2.1. High-recovery RO
    • 2.2.2. Forward osmosis (FO)
      • Figure 2.15: Membrane brine concentrator process
      • Figure 2.16: Example of RO-FO hybrid setup
      • Figure 2.17: Example of FO as pretreatment for RO
    • 2.2.3. Membrane distillation (MD)
      • Figure 2.18: Membrane distillation process
    • 2.2.4. Humidification-Dehumidification (HDH)
    • 2.2.5. Deionisation advances
    • 2.2.6. RO pretreatment overview
      • Figure 2.19: Pretreatment process options
        • Particulate fouling
        • Biofouling
        • Scaling
        • Oxide fouling
        • Cartridge filtration
        • Direct coupled membrane filtration
      • Figure 2.20: Example of RO pretreatment options
      • 2.2.6.1. Algae & harmful algal blooms: Pretreatment challenges and strategies
        • Ten things desalters should know about HABs
          • Figure 2.21: Dissolved air flotation process
    • 2.2.7. Membrane research directions
      • Figure 2.22: Current membrane research and development projects
  • 2.3. Renewable desalination
    • Figure 2.23: Use of renewable energy resources in water desalination
    • Figure 2.24: Development stage and typical capacity range for key renewable desalination technologies
    • 2.3.1. Solar desalination
      • 2.3.1.1. Advantages and disadvantages of solar desalination
      • 2.3.1.2. Technology trends
        • Figure 2.25: Breakdown of global installed desalination technologies powered by solar energy
      • 2.3.1.3. Solar desalination projects
        • Figure 2.26: Solar desalination projects
    • 2.3.2. Wind desalination
      • 2.3.2.1. Advantages and disadvantages of wind desalination
      • 2.3.2.2. Wind desalination projects
        • Figure 2.27: Wind desalination plants
  • 2.4. Desalination technology investment strategies
    • 2.4.1. Understanding the challenge
      • Figure 2.28: Energy consumption in SWRO
    • 2.4.2. Alternatives to reverse osmosis
    • 2.4.3. Improving reverse osmosis technology
      • 2.4.3.1. Improved membranes
      • 2.4.3.2. Scaling and fouling
      • 2.4.3.3. Energy recovery devices
      • 2.4.3.4. Niche markets
    • 2.4.4. Other challenges
    • 2.4.5. Summary
      • Figure 2.29: Top 10 desalination technology challenges

3. Algeria

  • 3.1. Overview
    • Figure 3.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 3.2: Economic indicators
    • 3.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 3.3: Water resources and demand
    • 3.1.2. Sector structure
  • 3.2. Key players
    • 3.2.1. AEC
    • 3.2.2. ADE
  • 3.3. Desalination profile
    • Figure 3.4: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Algeria, 1985-2013
    • Figure 3.5: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Algeria, 2015
    • 3.3.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 3.6: Top 10 seawater desalination plants
      • Figure 3.7: Simplified BOT structure for desalination plant in Algeria
      • Figure 3.8: Top 10 brackish water desalination plants
    • 3.3.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 3.9: Selected current plants for industrial clients
  • 3.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 3.10: Tracked desalination projects in Algeria
  • 3.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 3.11: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Algeria, 2011-2020
    • Figure 3.12: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Algeria, 2016-2020
    • Figure 3.13: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 3.14: Forecast of capital expenditure in Algeria, 2011-2020
    • Figure 3.15: Forecast of operating expenditure in Algeria, 2011-2020

4. Australia

  • 4.1. Overview
    • Figure 4.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 4.2: Economic indicators
    • 4.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 4.3: Water withdrawal and consumption by sector, 2012-2013
      • Figure 4.4: Sources of water supplied through distribution networks, 2012-2013
    • 4.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 4.5: Organisation of water supply services in the Australian states involved in desalination
  • 4.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 4.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Australia, 1985-2013
    • Figure 4.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Australia, 2015
    • 4.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 4.8: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 4.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 4.9: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 4.3. Key offtakers
  • 4.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 4.10: Tracked desalination projects in Australia
  • 4.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 4.11: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Australia, 2011-2020
    • Figure 4.12: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Australia, 2016-2020
    • Figure 4.13: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 4.14: Forecast of capital expenditure in Australia, 2011-2020
    • Figure 4.15: Forecast of operating expenditure in Australia, 2011-2020

5. Caribbean

  • 5.1. Overview
    • Figure 5.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 5.2: Economic indicators
    • 5.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 5.3: Water resources in selected countries in the Caribbean
      • Figure 5.4: Sectoral water use in selected countries in the Caribbean
    • 5.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 5.5: Government agencies related to desalination activities in the Caribbean
  • 5.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 5.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in the Caribbean, 1985-2013
    • Figure 5.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in the Caribbean, 2015
    • 5.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 5.8: Point Lisas SWRO Plant expansion schedule
      • Figure 5.9: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 5.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 5.10: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 5.3. Key clients
    • Figure 5.11: Installed capacity by client/offtaker, 2015
  • 5.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 5.12: Tracked desalination projects in the Caribbean
  • 5.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 5.13: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in the Caribbean, 2011-2020
    • Figure 5.14: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in the Caribbean, 2016-2020
    • Figure 5.15: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 5.16: Forecast of capital expenditure in the Caribbean, 2011-2020
    • Figure 5.17: Forecast of operating expenditure in the Caribbean, 2011-2020

6. Chile

  • 6.1. Overview
    • Figure 6.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 6.2: Economic indicators
    • 6.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 6.3: Estimates of water balance in Chile, 1996-2025
      • Figure 6.4: Expected sectoral water consumption, 2030
      • Figure 6.5: Total water use (freshwater and seawater) by copper mining in Chile, 2014-2025
    • 6.1.2. Sector structure
  • 6.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 6.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Chile, 1985-2013
    • Figure 6.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Chile, 2015
    • 6.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 6.8: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 6.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 6.9: Mining water consumption by source type in Chile, 2012
      • Figure 6.10: Top plants for industrial clients (mining)
  • 6.3. Key clients
    • Figure 6.11: Top mining companies in Chile, 2012
  • 6.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 6.12: Tracked desalination projects in Chile
  • 6.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 6.13: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Chile, 2011-2020
    • Figure 6.14: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Chile, 2016-2020
    • Figure 6.15: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 6.16: Forecast of capital expenditure in Chile, 2011-2020
    • Figure 6.17: Forecast of operating expenditure in Chile, 2011-2020

7. China

  • 7.1. Overview
    • Figure 7.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 7.2: Economic indicators
    • 7.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 7.3: Freshwater resources and water withdrawal in coastal provinces/province-level municipalities, 2013
      • Figure 7.4: Freshwater resources & water withdrawal in non-coastal provinces/province-level municipalities, 2013
      • Figure 7.5: South-North Water Transfer project
      • Figure 7.6: Annual water withdrawal by sector, 2007-2013
    • 7.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 7.7: Five-Year Plans of different sectors affecting the Chinese desalination market
  • 7.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 7.8: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in China, 1985-2013
    • Figure 7.9: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in China, 2015
    • 7.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 7.10: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 7.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 7.11: Use of desalinated seawater in different industries, 2013
      • Figure 7.12: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 7.3. Key clients
    • Figure 7.13: Installed seawater desalination capacity by client, 2013
  • 7.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 7.14: Tracked desalination projects in China
  • 7.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 7.15: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in China, 2011-2020
    • Figure 7.16: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in China, 2016-2020
    • Figure 7.17: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 7.18: Forecast of capital expenditure in China, 2011-2020
    • Figure 7.19: Forecast of operating expenditure in China, 2011-2020

8. India

  • 8.1. Overview
    • Figure 8.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 8.2: Economic indicators
    • 8.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 8.3: Water resources in India, 2014
      • Figure 8.4: Sectoral water withdrawal in India, 2010
    • 8.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 8.5: Desalination research institutions
  • 8.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 8.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in India, 1985-2013
    • Figure 8.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in India, 2015
    • 8.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 8.8: Selected plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 8.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 8.9: Selected plants for industrial clients
  • 8.3. Key clients
    • 8.3.1. Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWSSB)
    • 8.3.2. Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage Board (TWAD)
    • 8.3.3. State government of Gujarat
    • 8.3.4. Reliance Industries, Jamnagar
  • 8.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 8.10: Tracked desalination projects in India
  • 8.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 8.11: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in India, 2011-2020
    • Figure 8.12: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in India, 2016-2020
    • Figure 8.13: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 8.14: Forecast of capital expenditure in India, 2011-2020
    • Figure 8.15: Forecast of operating expenditure in India, 2011-2020

9. Iran

  • 9.1. Overview
    • Figure 9.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 9.2: Economic indicators
    • 9.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 9.3: Water consumption in Iran by sector, 2005
    • 9.1.2. Sector structure
  • 9.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 9.4: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Iran, 1985-2013
    • Figure 9.5: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Iran, 2015
    • 9.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 9.6: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 9.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 9.7: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 9.3. Key clients
  • 9.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 9.8: Tracked desalination projects in Iran
  • 9.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 9.9: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Iran, 2011-2020
    • Figure 9.10: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Iran, 2016-2020
    • Figure 9.11: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 9.12: Forecast of capital expenditure in Iran, 2011-2020
    • Figure 9.13: Forecast of operating expenditure in Iran, 2011-2020

10. Israel

  • 10.1. Overview
    • Figure 10.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 10.2: Economic indicators
    • 10.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 10.3: Water supply and demand, 2010-2014
      • Figure 10.4: Forecasted water supply and demand
    • 10.1.2. Sector structure
  • 10.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 10.5: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Israel, 1985-2013
    • Figure 10.6: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Israel, 2015
    • Figure 10.7: Top desalination plants for utility, public sector and industrial clients
  • 10.3. Offtaker profiles
  • 10.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 10.8: Tracked desalination projects in Israel
  • 10.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 10.9: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Israel, 2011-2020
    • Figure 10.10: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Israel, 2016-2020
    • Figure 10.11: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 10.12: Forecast of capital expenditure in Israel, 2011-2020
    • Figure 10.13: Forecast of operating expenditure in Israel, 2011-2020

11. Kuwait

  • 11.1. Overview
    • Figure 11.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 11.2: Economic indicators
    • 11.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 11.3: Available water resources and demand, 2011
    • 11.1.2. Sector structure
      • 11.1.2.1. Key government bodies
      • 11.1.2.2. Key legislation
  • 11.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 11.4: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Kuwait, 1985-2013
    • Figure 11.5: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Kuwait, 2015
    • 11.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 11.6: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 11.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 11.7: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 11.3. Key offtaker
  • 11.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 11.8: Tracked desalination projects in Kuwait
  • 11.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 11.9: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Kuwait, 2011-2020
    • Figure 11.10: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Kuwait, 2016-2020
    • Figure 11.11: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 11.12: Forecast of capital expenditure in Kuwait, 2011-2020
    • Figure 11.13: Forecast of operating expenditure in Kuwait, 2011-2020

12. Mexico

  • 12.1. Overview
    • Figure 12.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 12.2: Economic indicators
    • 12.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 12.3: Water resources
      • Figure 12.4: Sectoral water withdrawal by water source, 2013
    • 12.1.2. Sector structure
  • 12.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 12.5: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Mexico, 1985-2013
    • Figure 12.6: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Mexico, 2015
    • 12.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 12.7: Top utility desalination plants
    • 12.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 12.8: Major online plants by industrial clients
  • 12.3. Key clients
  • 12.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 12.9: Investment in planned strategic desalination projects, PNI 2014-2018
    • Figure 12.10: Tracked desalination projects in Mexico
  • 12.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 12.11: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Mexico, 2011-2020
    • Figure 12.12: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Mexico, 2016-2020
    • Figure 12.13: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 12.14: Forecast of capital expenditure in Mexico, 2011-2020
    • Figure 12.15: Forecast of operating expenditure in Mexico, 2011-2020

13. Morocco

  • 13.1. Overview
    • Figure 13.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 13.2: Economic indicators
    • 13.1.1. Water availability and demand
    • 13.1.2. Sector structure
  • 13.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 13.3: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Morocco, 1985-2013
    • Figure 13.4: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Morocco, 2015
    • 13.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 13.5: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 13.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 13.6: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 13.3. Key clients
    • 13.3.1. ONEE
    • 13.3.2. OCP
    • 13.3.3. Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Fisheries
  • 13.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 13.7: Desalination capacity by sector in 2030
    • Figure 13.8: Tracked desalination projects in Morocco
    • 13.4.1. Industrial plants
    • 13.4.2. Utility plants
  • 13.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 13.9: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Morocco, 2011-2020
    • Figure 13.10: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Morocco, 2016-2020
    • Figure 13.11: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 13.12: Forecast of capital expenditure in Morocco, 2011-2020
    • Figure 13.13: Forecast of operating expenditure in Morocco, 2011-2020

14. Oman

  • 14.1. Overview
    • Figure 14.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 14.2: Economic indicators
    • 14.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 14.3: Estimated water resources, 2014
      • Figure 14.4: OPWP desal capacity vs. peak Omani water demand (2014-2020)
    • 14.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 14.5: Omani water and electricity sector structure
  • 14.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 14.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Oman, 1985-2013
    • Figure 14.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Oman, 2015
    • 14.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 14.8: Top plants for utility and public sector clients in Oman
    • 14.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 14.9: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 14.3. Offtaker profile
    • 14.3.1. Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP)
  • 14.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 14.10: Tracked desalination projects in Oman
  • 14.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 14.11: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Oman, 2011-2020
    • Figure 14.12: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Oman, 2016-2020
    • Figure 14.13: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 14.14: Forecast of capital expenditure in Oman, 2011-2020
    • Figure 14.15: Forecast of operating expenditure in Oman, 2011-2020

15. Qatar

  • 15.1. Overview
    • Figure 15.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 15.2: Economic indicators
    • 15.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 15.3: Water resources, 2014
    • 15.1.2. Sector structure
  • 15.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 15.5: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Qatar, 1985-2013
    • Figure 15.6: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Qatar, 2015
    • 15.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 15.7: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 15.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 15.8: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 15.3. Key offtaker
    • 15.3.1. Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa)
  • 15.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 15.9: Tracked desalination projects in Qatar
  • 15.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 15.10: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Qatar, 2011-2020
    • Figure 15.11: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Qatar, 2016-2020
    • Figure 15.12: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 15.13: Forecast of capital expenditure in Qatar, 2011-2020
    • Figure 15.14: Forecast of operating expenditure in Qatar, 2011-2020

16. Saudi Arabia

  • 16.1. Overview
    • Figure 16.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 16.2: Economic indicators
    • 16.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 16.3: Estimated water resources in Saudi Arabia, 2010
      • Figure 16.4: Estimated sectoral water demand in Saudi Arabia, 2010-2060
    • 16.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 16.5: Water authorities in Saudi Arabia
      • Figure 16.6: Conservation targets from the National Water Strategy
  • 16.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 16.7: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Saudi Arabia, 1985-2013
    • Figure 16.8: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Saudi Arabia, 2015
    • 16.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 16.9: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
      • 16.2.1.1. Procurement
    • 16.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 16.10: Top plants for industrial clients
  • 16.3. Offtaker profiles
    • Figure 16.11: Installed capacity by offtaker/client
    • 16.3.1. Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC)
      • Figure 16.12: Installed capacity of SWCC, 1970-2015
    • 16.3.2. Marafiq
    • 16.3.3. National Water Company (NWC)
  • 16.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • 16.4.1. Solar desalination
      • Figure 16.13: Projections on Saudi water supply by source
    • 16.4.2. General opportunities
      • Figure 16.14: Tracked desalination projects in Saudi Arabia
  • 16.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 16.15: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Saudi Arabia, 2011-2020
    • Figure 16.16: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Saudi Arabia, 2016-2020
    • Figure 16.17: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 16.18: Forecast of capital expenditure in Saudi Arabia, 2011-2020
    • Figure 16.19: Forecast of operating expenditure in Saudi Arabia, 2011-2020

17. Singapore

  • 17.1. Overview
    • Figure 17.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 17.2: Economic indicators
    • 17.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 17.3: Water resources
      • Figure 17.4: Sales of water by sector, 2007-2013
      • Figure 17.5: Water supply by source, 2013
    • 17.1.2. Sector structure
      • 17.1.2.1. Key offtaker
  • 17.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 17.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Singapore, 1985-2013
    • Figure 17.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Singapore, 2015
    • 17.2.1. Utility desalination
      • 17.2.1.1. Seawater desalination
        • Figure 17.8: Seawater desalination plants for PUB
      • 17.2.1.2. NEWater plants
        • Figure 17.9: NEWater plants
    • 17.2.2. Industrial desalination
  • 17.3. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 17.10: PUB's targets for water supply by source in 2030 and 2060
    • Figure 17.11: Tracked desalination projects in Singapore
  • 17.4. Market forecast
    • Figure 17.12: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Singapore, 2011-2020
    • Figure 17.13: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Singapore, 2016-2020
    • Figure 17.14: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 17.15: Forecast of capital expenditure in Singapore, 2011-2020
    • Figure 17.16: Forecast of operating expenditure in Singapore, 2011-2020

18. Spain

  • 18.1. Overview
    • Figure 18.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 18.2: Economic indicators
    • 18.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 18.3: Water resources in Spain, 2011
      • Figure 18.4: Sectoral water demand, 2010
    • 18.1.2. Sector structure
      • Figure 18.5: Government agencies with responsibilities in the water sector in Spain
  • 18.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 18.6: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in Spain, 1985-2013
    • Figure 18.7: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in Spain, 2015
    • 18.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 18.8: Sources for drinking water supply in Spain, 2010-2012
      • Figure 18.9: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
      • 18.2.1.1. Procurement
    • 18.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 18.10: Top plants for irrigation purposes, 2015
  • 18.3. Key clients
    • 18.3.1. Acuamed
      • Figure 18.11: Desalination plants owned by Acuamed, 2015
  • 18.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 18.12: Tracked desalination projects in Spain
  • 18.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 18.13: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in Spain, 2011-2020
    • Figure 18.14: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in Spain, 2016-2020
    • Figure 18.15: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 18.16: Forecast of capital expenditure in Spain, 2011-2020
    • Figure 18.17: Forecast of operating expenditure in Spain, 2011-2020

19. United Arab Emirates

  • 19.1. Overview
    • Figure 19.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 19.2: Economic indicators
    • 19.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 19.3: Estimated renewable water resources in the UAE, 2013
      • Figure 19.4: Quantity of used water by authority, 2012
      • Figure 19.5: Abu Dhabi water supply by end user, 2012
      • Figure 19.6: Projected desalinated water supply and demand in Abu Dhabi, 2013-2023
    • 19.1.2. Sector structure
  • 19.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 19.7: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in the United Arab Emirates, 1985-2013
    • Figure 19.8: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in the United Arab Emirates, 2015
    • 19.2.1. Utility desalination
      • Figure 19.9: Top plants for utility and public sector clients
    • 19.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • Figure 19.10: Major plants for industrial clients
  • 19.3. Offtaker profiles
    • 19.3.1. Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA)
      • Figure 19.11: Organisation of the water sector in Abu Dhabi
    • 19.3.2. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)
      • Figure 19.12: Installed capacity by offtaker, 2015
  • 19.4. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • 19.4.1. Renewable energy desalination
      • Figure 19.13: Masdar's renewable energy desalination pilot plant developers
    • 19.4.2. Other opportunities
      • Figure 19.14: Tracked desalination projects in the United Arab Emirates
  • 19.5. Market forecast
    • Figure 19.15: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in the United Arab Emirates, 2011-2020
    • Figure 19.16: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in the United Arab Emirates, 2016-2020
    • Figure 19.17: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 19.18: Forecast of capital expenditure in the United Arab Emirates, 2011-2020
    • Figure 19.19: Forecast of operating expenditure in the United Arab Emirates, 2011-2020

20. United States of America

  • 20.1. Overview
    • Figure 20.1: Population projections, 2015-2025
    • Figure 20.2: Economic indicators
    • 20.1.1. Water availability and demand
      • Figure 20.3: Water resources in the United States
      • Figure 20.4: Water withdrawal by sector, 2010
  • 20.2. Desalination profile
    • Figure 20.5: Annual cumulative and additional contracted capacity in the United States, 1985-2013
    • Figure 20.6: Profile of cumulative installed desalination capacity in the United States, 2015
    • 20.2.1. Utility desalination
      • 20.2.1.1. Florida
        • Procurement trends
        • Key clients
        • Future demand
        • Figure 20.7: Top plants in Florida
      • 20.2.1.2. California
        • Projects and procurement trends
        • Key clients
          • Figure 20.8: Top plants in California
      • 20.2.1.3. Texas
        • Figure 20.9: Water Management Strategy supply volumes by type of strategy
        • Procurement
        • Present key clients
        • Future key clients
          • Figure 20.10: Top plants in Texas
    • 20.2.2. Industrial desalination
      • 20.2.2.1. Power
      • 20.2.2.2. Upstream oil and gas
      • 20.2.2.3. Refining and petrochemicals
      • 20.2.2.4. Food and beverage
        • Figure 20.11: Notable plants for industrial clients
  • 20.3. Proposed plants and opportunities
    • Figure 20.12: Tracked desalination projects in the United States
  • 20.4. Market forecast
    • Figure 20.13: Forecast of desalination capacity and expenditure in the United States, 2011-2020
    • Figure 20.14: Breakdown of expenditure on desalination activities in the United States, 2016-2020
    • Figure 20.15: Forecast capacity assumptions by plant size, feedwater and technology, 2011-2020 (m3/d)
    • Figure 20.16: Forecast of capital expenditure in the United States, 2011-2020
    • Figure 20.17: Forecast of operating expenditure in the United States, 2011-2020

21. Company profiles

  • Consulting engineers
    • Figure 21.1: Major consulting engineers active in the desalination market
    • EPC contractors and developers
  • 21.1. Abengoa
    • 21.1.1. Ownership
    • 21.1.2. Company data
    • 21.1.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.1.4. Strategy
  • 21.2. Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA)
    • 21.2.1. Ownership
    • 21.2.2. Company data
    • 21.2.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.2.4. Strategy
  • 21.3. Acciona Agua
    • 21.3.1. Ownership
    • 21.3.2. Company data
    • 21.3.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.3.4. Strategy
  • 21.4. ACWA Power
    • 21.4.1. Ownership
    • 21.4.2. Company data
    • 21.4.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.4.4. Strategy
  • 21.5. aqualia
    • 21.5.1. Ownership
    • 21.5.2. Company data
    • 21.5.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.5.4. Strategy
  • 21.6. Aqualyng
    • 21.6.1. Ownership
    • 21.6.2. Company data
    • 21.6.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.6.4. Strategy
  • 21.7. Aquatech
    • 21.7.1. Ownership
    • 21.7.2. Company data
    • 21.7.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.7.4. Strategy
  • 21.8. Biwater Inc.
    • 21.8.1. Ownership
    • 21.8.2. Company data
    • 21.8.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.8.4. Strategy
  • 21.9. Cadagua (Ferrovial)
    • 21.9.1. Ownership
    • 21.9.2. Company data
    • 21.9.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.9.4. Strategy
  • 21.10. Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.
    • 21.10.1. Ownership
    • 21.10.2. Company data
    • 21.10.3. Desalination interests
      • Figure 21.2: Plants operated by Consolidated Water Co., 2014
    • 21.10.4. Strategy
  • 21.11. Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co. Ltd.
    • 21.11.1. Ownership
    • 21.11.2. Company data
    • 21.11.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.11.4. Strategy
  • 21.12. Fisia Italimpianti
    • 21.12.1. Ownership
    • 21.12.2. Company data
    • 21.12.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.12.4. Strategy
  • 21.13. GdF Suez
    • 21.13.1. Ownership
    • 21.13.2. Company data
    • 21.13.3. Desalination interests
      • Figure 21.3: GdF Suez's water assets in the Middle East
    • 21.13.4. Strategy
  • 21.14. GE Water & Process Technologies
    • 21.14.1. Ownership
    • 21.14.2. Company data
    • 21.14.3. Desalination interests
  • 21.15. GS Inima
    • 21.15.1. Ownership
    • 21.15.2. Company data
      • Figure 21.5: Breakdown of GS Inima's revenues, 2013
    • 21.15.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.15.4. Strategy
  • 21.16. H2O Innovation
    • 21.16.1. Ownership
    • 21.16.2. Company data
    • 21.16.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.16.4. Strategy
  • 21.17. Hangzhou Water Treatment Technology Development Centre
    • 21.17.1. Ownership
    • 21.17.2. Company data
    • 21.17.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.17.4. Strategy
  • 21.18. Hitachi Zosen Corporation
    • 21.18.1. Ownership
    • 21.18.2. Company data
    • 21.18.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.18.4. Strategy
  • 21.19. Hutchison Water
    • 21.19.1. Ownership
    • 21.19.2. Company data
    • 21.19.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.19.4. Strategy
  • 21.20. Hyflux
    • 21.20.1. Ownership
    • 21.20.2. Company data
      • Figure 21.6: Hyflux's revenues, FY2012-2014
    • 21.20.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.20.4. Strategy
  • 21.21. IDE Technologies
    • 21.21.1. Ownership
    • 21.21.2. Company data
    • 21.21.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.21.4. Strategy
  • 21.22. Malakoff Corporation Berhad
    • 21.22.1. Ownership
    • 21.22.2. Company data
    • 21.22.3. Desalination interests
      • Figure 21.7: Malakoff's desalination assets
    • 21.22.4. Strategy
  • 21.23. Marubeni Corporation
    • 21.23.1. Ownership
    • 21.23.2. Company data
    • 21.23.3. Desalination interests
      • Figure 21.8: Marubeni's IWPP references
    • 21.23.4. Strategy
  • 21.24. Metito
    • 21.24.1. Ownership
    • 21.24.2. Company data
    • 21.24.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.24.4. Strategy
  • 21.25. Mitsubishi companies
    • 21.25.1. Ownership
    • 21.25.2. Company data
    • 21.25.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.25.4. Strategy
  • 21.26. Mitsui & Co.
    • 21.26.1. Ownership
    • 21.26.2. Company data
    • 21.26.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.26.4. Strategy
  • 21.27. Osmoflo
    • 21.27.1. Ownership
    • 21.27.2. Company data
    • 21.27.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.27.4. Strategy
  • 21.28. Poseidon Resources Corporation
    • 21.28.1. Ownership
    • 21.28.2. Company data
    • 21.28.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.28.4. Strategy
  • 21.29. Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC)
    • 21.29.1. Ownership
    • 21.29.2. Company data
    • 21.29.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.29.4. Strategy
  • 21.30. RWL Water
    • 21.30.1. Ownership
    • 21.30.2. Company data
    • 21.30.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.30.4. Strategy
  • 21.31. Sadyt (Valoriza Agua/Sacyr Group)
    • 21.31.1. Ownership
    • 21.31.2. Company data
    • 21.31.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.31.4. Strategy
  • 21.32. Sasakura Engineering
    • 21.32.1. Ownership
    • 21.32.2. Company data
    • 21.32.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.32.4. Strategy
  • 21.33. Seven Seas Water
    • 21.33.1. Ownership
    • 21.33.2. Company data
    • 21.33.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.33.4. Strategy
  • 21.34. Suez Environnement
    • 21.34.1. Ownership
    • 21.34.2. Company data
      • Figure 21.9: Suez Environnement financial results, 2013-2014
    • 21.34.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.34.4. Strategy
  • 21.35. Sumitomo Corporation
    • 21.35.1. Ownership
    • 21.35.2. Company data
    • 21.35.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.35.4. Strategy
  • 21.36. Tecnicas Reunidas
    • 21.36.1. Ownership
    • 21.36.2. Company data
    • 21.36.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.36.4. Strategy
  • 21.37. Tedagua (Cobra Group)
    • 21.37.1. Ownership
    • 21.37.2. Company data
    • 21.37.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.37.4. Strategy
  • 21.38. VA Tech Wabag
    • 21.38.1. Ownership
    • 21.38.2. Company data
      • Figure 21.10: VA Tech Wabag consolidated results
    • 21.38.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.38.4. Strategy
  • 21.39. Veolia Environnement
    • 21.39.1. Ownership
    • 21.39.2. Company data
      • Figure 21.11: Veolia Environnement's annual results, 2013-2014
    • 21.39.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.39.4. Strategy
  • 21.40. Wetico (Water and Environment Technologies Co. Ltd)
    • 21.40.1. Ownership
    • 21.40.2. Company data
    • 21.40.3. Desalination interests
    • 21.40.4. Strategy

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