Iraq Water Report 2015

Iraq Water Report 2015

BMI View: We expect the majority of our forecast indicators to see a substantial decline over 2015 in thewake of IS' continued targeting of water facilities, and we do not anticipate a full recovery until the end ofour forecast period. Should the conflict continue or intensify, with IS destroying facilities as opposed tocapturing them, then this poses a significant downside risk to our forecasts.

ISIS still controls or has a presence near a number of key river dam water supply facilities across Iraq,particularly those on the major Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which represent Iraq's key freshwater resources.We see this as a serious risk both to continued existing supplies and to future investments into the sector, asinfrastructure and management companies are unlikely to want to invest in a country where their waterassets are at such risk. International attention had previously been focused on risks to the oil sector in Iraq,but water is now firmly in the public eye and the full significance of IS' strategic movements is beginning toshow. Although economically their occupation of key oil-producing regions posed a serious threat to Iraq'seconomic stability (and had implications for the wider region) the threat to the country's water supplies is afar more immediate danger, particularly in the southern regions of Iraq which rely heavily on the rivers'waters.

BMI Industry View
Water SWOT
Operational Risk
Industry Forecast
Table: Total Water Production
Table: Water Production by Source
Table: Water Distribution
Non Revenue Water
Table: Water Losses
Domestic Consumption And Connectivity
Table: Household Consumption and Connectivity
Non Domestic Consumption
Table: Mains Non Domestic Water Consumption
Table: Wastewater Collected
Table: Wastewater Processed
Industry Risk Reward Index
Iraq Risk Reward Index
Table: Middle East And Africa Water Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
Water Services Market Overview
Water Infrastructure Market Overview
Competitive Landscape
The Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works
The Ministry of Water Resources
The Ministry of Environment
Global Industry Overview
Demographic Forecast
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Iraq 1990-2025)
Table: Key Population Ratios (Iraq 1990-2025)
Table: Urban/Rural Population And Life Expectancy (Iraq 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group (Iraq 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group % (Iraq 1990-2025)
Industry Forecast Methodology
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
Table: Water Risk/Reward Index Indicators
Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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