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中國工業用水市場:工業排水處理領域的商機和合作成為新焦點

China Industrial Water Markets: Opportunities and Partnerships in the New Focus on Industrial Wastewater Treatment

出版商 Global Water Intelligence 商品編碼 332549
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 108 Pages
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中國工業用水市場:工業排水處理領域的商機和合作成為新焦點 China Industrial Water Markets: Opportunities and Partnerships in the New Focus on Industrial Wastewater Treatment
出版日期: 2015年07月06日 內容資訊: 英文 108 Pages
簡介

中國政府在2015年4月發表了針對改善水質污染的行動計劃,承諾將對排放污染廢水的企業採取強硬手段。雖然該國官方公佈的數據顯示工業排水70%在排出前已經過處理,但一般專家認為30%才是更接近事實的數字。預測今後中國政府將投下超過2,300億美金的直接投資於實行行動計劃。這樣巨額的投資下,部分行業今後可望有二位數成長,中國的工業用水部門對於正在發展國際事業的企業而言可說是極度具有潛力的市場。再加上最近環保業界的訴求正廣泛為大眾接受,工廠為了遵守法規必需投下大規模資金,該國市場上水相關產業正輩受注目。國際性企業也 必需準備好以趁此絕佳時機打入中國工業用水部門。

本調查報告對於以發展國際性事業為目標的用水處理相關企業而言,可說是不可或缺的資料。中國工業用水市場正在創造一個可與被迫面臨遵守嚴格化法規的國內水處理相關企業、客戶企業與國外企業間建立合作關係的新機會,本書正是您掌握這多元化商機的重要手段。此外本書更可讓您在認識法規嚴格化帶來的新商機下,發揮您在這可望的大商機,及可與之競爭的中國企業又少的市場上客戶評估解決方案時的行銷威力。

促進市場成長的要素

  • 本調查報告專門分析中國市場變化及促進投資的重要要素。

特徵

  • 工業部門是這樣中國政府針對改善水質污染之行動計劃焦點。本調查報告是以中國工業用水市場為焦點,闡明對國際水相關企業而言的商機。

多元化的商機

  • 本報告書專門調查以打入中國市場為目標的外國企業最可望有商機的主要領域。目前該國許多企業為了符合嚴格化的水質基準,正在找尋擁有解決方案專業技術的外國企業。
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OVERVIEW

“According to the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP), reaching the targets [outlined in the Water Pollution Action Plan that has just been released]... will require the direct purchase of treatment products and services exceeding $230 billion and indirect investment of $80.6 billion” - GWI Magazine, May 2015.

The new Chinese government has made a commitment to get tough on industrial polluters, with the publication of its Water Pollution Action Plan in April. While official data claims that 70% of China's industrial wastewater is treated before discharge, experts consider 30% to be a far more realistic number. This plan could potentially lead to direct investments of over $230 billion. In addition to increased investment, there will be double digit growth in some industries, making the Chinese industrial water sector a very buoyant market for international players. The broadening appeal of the environmental industry and the sheer scale of investment required to bring plants up to the regulatory standards has raised the profile of the water industry in this market. International companies need to be ready to take advantage of the window of opportunity to enter the Chinese industrial water sector.

How will the Environmental Protection Law create opportunities for international players?

This new report, “China Industrial Water Markets: Opportunities and partnerships in the new focus on industrial wastewater treatment” is must-have report for any business wanting to expand their international presence in the water sector. The Chinese industrial water market is promising new opportunities for foreign companies to partner with local players and Chinese industrial clients to meet stricter environmental regulations and we give you the tools you need to identify the opportunities for your business.

For many years, discharge regulations have been lenient in the industrial sector but the Environmental Protection Law will be a game-changer. Industrial clients will have to start taking water seriously and invest in advanced water treatment technologies for the first time - they will need the expertise of international companies to get adequate systems in place. This report will analyse the implications of these regulations on discharge volumes and quality of effluent as well as detailing specific discharge regulations by industry, so you can find a niche for your technology in this market.

This actionable short report will help you understand how regulations are driving opportunities and enable you to assess which industries offer the greatest opportunity - and the least local competition - for your solutions.

MARKET DRIVERS

China Industrial Water Markets: Opportunities and partnerships in the new focus on industrial wastewater treatment will provide analysis of the key development driving change and investment in the market. We explore the following drivers, so you can assess which of your solutions can help your potential clients to meet their water challenges:

  • More Stringent Environmental Regulations - we analyse which new policies and legislation will have the biggest impact on industrial water users in terms of the water usage and wastewater discharge. Find out what standards industrial clients need to meet and understand how this new legislation will drive investment in the various technologies and services offered by foreign companies
  • Water Scarcity - many of the country's most industrious regions are located in water scarce areas. We identify the industries facing the greatest water challenges and the opportunities for water reuse to meet these challenges - so you can identify which industries will benefit most from your solutions
  • Industrial Growth - there are some industries that are also experiencing growth on top of the need to meet new regulations. We provide you with forecast data so you can pinpoint which industries should be targeted in your strategy
  • The Environmental Industry - this report analyses why industrial water users in China are now recognising that environmental protection could be an investment opportunity and how the new favourable policies will encourage businesses in China to work with international companies

KEY FEATURES

The industrial sector is a key focus in the Water Pollution Action Plan. This report focuses on the opportunities for international water companies in the Chinese industrial water market, offering:

  • Market Forecasts - Capital expenditure by industry: Power; Coal-to-chemicals; Refining; Steel processing; Pulp & paper; Food & Beverage; Pharmaceuticals; Microelectronics
  • Market Forecasts - Capital expenditure by system: Process water treatment; Wastewater treatment; High recovery wastewater treatment (ZLD)
  • Analysis of Technology Trends - we show you why China's industries are moving from conventional treatment towards adopting advanced water treatment technologies. Understand the trends in different industries, and assess which of your technologies have a place in the market
  • Overview of Market Dynamics - identify the existing market players and the gaps in the market for international expertise. Find out how enter the supply chain and to co-operate with domestic companies in implementing technologies and solutions that meet their needs
  • Overview of Trends by Industry - the market is highly fragmented and water treatment needs vary by industry: this report will help you navigate the market and to identify the niche for your solution

OPPORTUNITIES

This report explores the key areas of opportunity for foreign companies to break in to the Chinese market. Industries are looking for international expertise to guarantee they meet stricter water quality standards; we focus on the advanced solutions and services that will have the least local competition and highlight the strongest growth segments.

Wastewater Treatment

We show you why the biggest opportunities for international players and start-up technology companies will be in the application of advanced technologies for wastewater treatment, with a focus on ZLD in the coal-to-chemicals, refining and power industries.

Process Water

International knowhow and expertise is also needed for ultrapure water applications within the pharmaceutical and microelectronics industries.

INDUSTRIES COVERED

Although not all industries are experiencing high growth, the following industries will offer significant opportunities within the next three years:

  • Power
  • Coal-to-chemicals
  • Refining and Petrochemicals
  • Steel
  • Microelectronics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Food & Beverage
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Table of Contents

Publication information

Executive summary

  • Capital expenditure on industrial water and wastewater treatment in China, 2013-2020
  • Opportunities
    • Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by industry in China, 2013-2020
  • Partnerships and market players

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. Market drivers
    • 1.1.1. Water scarcity
      • Figure 1.1: Overview of water scarcity in China by province
      • Figure 1.2: Freshwater resources & withdrawal in northern China provinces/province-level municipalities, 2013
      • Figure 1.3: Freshwater resources & withdrawal in southern China provinces/province-level municipalities, 2013
      • Figure 1.4: Distribution of selected industrial products between China's southern and northern regions
    • 1.1.2. Environmental regulations
      • Figure 1.5: Selected industry-related regulations and policies on industrial water/wastewater in 2012-2014
      • Figure 1.6: Selected industry-related regulations and policies on industrial water/wastewater in 2015
      • 1.1.2.1. Water Pollution Action Plan
    • 1.1.3. Industrial water allocation
      • Figure 1.7: Freshwater withdrawal quota for selected industries
      • Figure 1.8: Difference between 2013 total water withdrawal and 2015 target withdrawal quota, by province
      • Figure 1.9: Current water withdrawal and targeted water withdrawal by province
      • 1.1.3.1. Wastewater discharge standard
        • Figure 1.10: Execution date of individual discharge standards for selected industries
        • Figure 1.11: Comparison of old and new discharge standards for selected industries
      • 1.1.3.2. New Environmental Protection Law and Enforcement
      • 1.1.3.3. Third party industrial wastewater treatment
  • 1.2. Market forecast
    • Figure 1.12: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by industry in China, 2013-2020
    • Figure 1.13: Industrial wastewater treatment projects, 2012-2015
    • Figure 1.14: Capital expenditure on industrial water and wastewater treatment in China, 2013-2020

2. Power generation

  • 2.1. Market overview
    • Figure 2.1: Current installed power generation capacity by fuel type, 2012-2014
  • 2.2. Drivers
    • 2.2.1. Water scarcity
    • 2.2.2. Environmental regulation
      • 2.2.2.1. Water allocation and water reuse requirements
        • Figure 2.2: Maximum freshwater withdrawal quotas
    • 2.2.3. Air pollution and wastewater discharge standards
  • 2.3. Technology trends
    • Figure 2.3: Water and wastewater systems in Chinese power plants
  • 2.4. Procurement process
  • 2.5. Supply chain analysis
    • Figure 2.4: Main players in the water for power market
  • 2.6. Market opportunities
    • 2.6.1. Opportunities for ZLD technologies in FGD wastewater treatment
    • 2.6.2. Accessing the market
  • 2.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 2.5: Power generation: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020

3. Coal-to-chemicals

  • 3.1. Market overview
    • Figure 3.1: Coal-to-chemical routes
    • Figure 3.2: Pipeline of CTX projects in China
    • Figure 3.3: CTX projects and coal reserves in China
    • Figure 3.4: Minimum capacity requirements for CTX projects
    • Figure 3.5: Volume of water needed for CTX projects
    • Figure 3.6: Capacity and production of CTX projects, 2013-2014
  • 3.2. Market drivers
    • 3.2.1. Growth of the CTX industry
      • Figure 3.7: China's dependence on imported crude oil
    • 3.2.2. Water scarcity
      • Figure 3.8: Coal reserves and freshwater resources in coal-rich regions, 2013
    • 3.2.3. Regulations
      • Figure 3.9: Regulations on freshwater withdrawal and wastewater discharge for CTX projects
  • 3.3. Technology trends
    • Figure 3.10: Water balance in a CTX plant
    • Figure 3.11: Typical treatment train for biological wastewater treatment
    • Figure 3.12: Example of current wastewater technology treatment trains in CTX projects
    • 3.3.1. Zero liquid discharge (ZLD)
      • Figure 3.13: Zero liquid discharge system
      • Figure 3.14: Existing and emerging technologies
  • 3.4. Procurement process
    • Figure 3.15: Development of a CTX project
    • Figure 3.16: Engineering, procurement and construction process
    • Figure 3.17: Current coal-to-chemical ZLD EP(C) projects
    • Figure 3.18: Current CTX water BOT projects
  • 3.5. Supply chain analysis
    • Figure 3.19: Major clients
    • Figure 3.20: Major EPC contractors
    • Figure 3.21: Wastewater treatment providers
  • 3.6. Market opportunities
    • 3.6.1. Current and future projects
      • Figure 3.22: Investment in coal-to-chemicals projects by province
      • Figure 3.23: Investment in coal-to-chemicals projects by product type
      • Figure 3.24: Number of online coal-to-chemical projects by region and product type
      • Figure 3.25: Number of planned coal-to-chemical projects by region and product type
      • Figure 3.26: Historical and planned investments in coal-to-chemicals projects by product type, 2000-2020
  • 3.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 3.27: Coal-to-chemicals: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020

4. Refining and petrochemicals

  • 4.1. Market overview
    • 4.1.1. Refining and petrochemical production
      • Figure 4.1: China's crude oil throughput, 1998-2014
      • Figure 4.2: Crude oil processed in China, 2014
      • Figure 4.3: Production of refining products in China, 2007-2014
    • 4.1.2. Geographical distribution of the refining and petrochemical industry
      • Figure 4.4: Refining capacity & distribution of PX projects & ethylene projects in three main economic rims
  • 4.2. Market drivers
    • 4.2.1. Environmental regulation
      • Figure 4.5: Freshwater withdrawal quota for selected industries
      • Figure 4.6: Target for reduction of pollutant discharge for the refining and petrochemicals industry
      • Figure 4.7: Implementation date for newly published discharge standards
      • Figure 4.8: Comparison of old and new standards for the refining and petrochemical industry
    • 4.2.2. Upgrade of refineries to meet stricter petroleum product specifications
    • 4.2.3. Refining and petrochemical industrial parks
      • Figure 4.9: Requirements for newly built refining and petrochemical facilities
  • 4.3. Technology trends
    • 4.3.1. Water systems
      • Figure 4.10: Treatment requirements for water systems in the refining and petrochemical industry
    • 4.3.2. Wastewater treatment
      • Figure 4.11: Suggested wastewater treatment train by the MEP, effective from March 2015
      • Figure 4.12: Examples of refining and petrochemical wastewater treatment trains using MBR
    • 4.3.3. Wastewater reuse
      • Figure 4.13: Wastewater reuse in the refining and petrochemical industry
  • 4.4. Procurement process
    • Figure 4.14: Examples of EP(C) projects
    • Figure 4.15: Examples of JV projects
  • 4.5. Supply chain analysis
    • 4.5.1. Clients
      • Figure 4.16: Major clients
    • 4.5.2. EPC contractors
      • Figure 4.17: Major EPC contractors
    • 4.5.3. Water and wastewater technology providers
      • Figure 4.18: Major water and wastewater technology providers
  • 4.6. Market opportunities
    • 4.6.1. Current and future projects
      • Figure 4.19: Upcoming refinery construction projects, updated in May 2015
  • 4.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 4.20: Refining & petrochemicals: Capital expenditure on water & wastewater treatment, 2013-2020

5. Industrial parks

  • 5.1. Market overview
    • 5.1.1. Industrial parks in China
      • Figure 5.1: Explanation of industrial park levels
    • 5.1.2. Distribution of industries within industrial parks
      • Figure 5.2: Distribution of national level refining & petrochemical industrial parks in China by region, 2012
    • 5.1.3. Water and wastewater management in industrial parks
      • Figure 5.3: Types of wastewater management system in industrial parks
  • 5.2. Drivers
  • 5.3. Technology trends
  • 5.4. Procurement process
    • Figure 5.4: Wastewater treatment service contracts for the top 30 refining & petrochemical industrial parks
  • 5.5. Supply chain analysis
    • Figure 5.5: International market players
  • 5.6. Market opportunities
    • Figure 5.6: Industrial park PPP projects

6. Microelectronics

  • 6.1. Market overview
    • Figure 6.1: China semiconductor industry revenue, 2003-2013
    • Figure 6.2: Worldwide semiconductor sales by region, 2014-2015
  • 6.2. Drivers
  • 6.3. Technology trends
    • 6.3.1. Ultrapure water (UPW) systems
      • Figure 6.3: Process water treatment steps for UPW production
      • Figure 6.4: Technologies used in UPW production
    • 6.3.2. Wastewater treatment
      • Figure 6.5: Typical contaminants present in the semiconductor manufacturing process steps
  • 6.4. Procurement process
  • 6.5. Supply chain analysis
    • Figure 6.6: Major players in the wastewater treatment market in the microelectronics industry in China
    • Figure 6.7: Breakdown of global fab equipment spending by region, 2015
  • 6.6. Market opportunities
    • 6.6.1. Opportunities in UPW treatment
    • 6.6.2. Opportunities in wastewater treatment
    • 6.6.3. Opportunities in wastewater reuse
      • Figure 6.8: Water scarcity in Chinese provinces with semiconductor manufacturing activity
    • 6.6.4. Accessing the market
  • 6.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 6.9: Microelectronics: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020

7. Pharmaceuticals

  • 7.1. Overview
    • Figure 7.1: Pharmaceutical sales in China, 2011-2013
  • 7.2. Drivers
    • 7.2.1. Industry growth
    • 7.2.2. Environmental regulations and corporate standards
  • 7.3. Technology trends
    • 7.3.1. Process water technologies
      • Figure 7.2: Typical process water treatment system in the pharmaceutical industry
      • Figure 7.3: Pharmaceutical grade waters
    • 7.3.2. Wastewater treatment
      • Figure 7.4: Advanced wastewater treatment technologies
  • 7.4. Procurement process
    • 7.4.1. Procurement process for new projects
    • 7.4.2. Procurement process for project upgrades
    • 7.4.3. Key success factors
  • 7.5. Supply chain analysis
    • Figure 7.5: Major players in the wastewater treatment market in the pharmaceutical industry in China
  • 7.6. Market opportunities
    • 7.6.1. Opportunities in UPW systems
    • 7.6.2. Opportunities in wastewater treatment systems
    • 7.6.3. Opportunities in water reuse
    • 7.6.4. Current and future projects
      • Figure 7.6: Current and future pharmaceuticals projects in China
    • 7.6.5. Accessing the market
  • 7.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 7.7: Pharmaceuticals: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020

8. Other industries

  • 8.1. Pulp & paper
    • 8.1.1. Market forecast
      • Figure 8.1: Pulp & paper: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020
  • 8.2. Food & beverage
    • 8.2.1. Market forecast
      • Figure 8.2: Food & beverage: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020
  • 8.3. Steel

9. Market players

  • Figure 9.1: Top 120 Chinese industrial players
  • Figure 9.2: Selected Chinese membrane manufacturers
  • Figure 9.3: Selected international investments in the Chinese industrial water sector
  • Figure 9.4: Recent mergers and acquisitions involving Chinese investment in international companies

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