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The Global Water Market in 2018

The Global Water Market in 2018

The Global Water Market in 2018 is a crucial update on the forecasts from the Global Water Market 2017 report. This report investigates the latest major market trends that will influence investment and opportunity in the water sector in the coming year, keeping your business up with date on the new developments that will shape your strategy for 2018-2022.

This report incorporates brand new data from countries such the USA and China, and builds on insights from our latest reports, including Desalination & Water Reuse (published April 2017) and Water’s Digital Future (Published September 2016), providing you with both regional insights and analysis, and a global outlook on emerging market developments.

The report pinpoints the most important changes in the water market, exploring the growing deployment of smart systems, big-data technologies, and decentralised solutions for water treatment around the world. It examines financial and regulatory changes to the water sectors in countries such as Japan, Saudi Arabia, Peru, and Brazil, and which markets are increasingly opening up to private sector involvement.

With updates to the Global Water Market 2017 industrial and utility forecasts, and breakdowns of the market prospects and technology trends for the developed and emerging economies, The Global Water Market in 2018 is the only report giving you the complete picture of emerging opportunities in the water sector.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Utility markets
Utility capital expenditure by region, 2007–2022
Opportunities for smart and decentralised solutions
Growth in spending by market, 2017–2022
Industrial markets
Industrial water and wastewater capital expenditure, 2015–2022
1. SMARTER SPENDING IN DEVELOPED MARKETS
1.1 United States
Figure 1.1 Value of Construction Put-In-Place survey, 2008–2017
Figure 1.2 United States: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015–2022
Figure 1.3 United States: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
1.2 Japan
Figure 1.4 Japan: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 1.5 Japan: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
1.3 Western and Northern Europe
Figure 1.6 Countries in Western and Northern Europe by utility capital expenditure, 2015-2022
Figure 1.7 Western and Northern Europe: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015–2022
Figure 1.8 Western and Northern Europe: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015–2022
1.4 Digital solutions for struggling utilities
Figure 1.9 Spending on digital control and monitoring solutions by product category, 2015–2022
Figure 1.10 Spending on data management and analysis solutions for utilities by region, 2015-2022
1.5 Opportunities in sludge management
Figure 1.11 Sludge management: Capital expenditure by region, 2015-2022
Figure 1.12 Sludge management: Capital expenditure by sector, 2015-2022
Figure 1.13 Sludge management: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015-2022
2. CHANGING FORTUNES IN THE BRICS
Figure 2.1 Utility capital expenditure by country, 2015-2022
2.1 China
2.1.1 Technology deficit enhanced by increased SOE competition
2.1.2 Growth of the smart water sector
2.1.3 Industrial treatment demands
Figure 2.2 China: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 2.3 China: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
2.2 India
Figure 2.4 India: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 2.5 India: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
2.3 Brazil
Figure 2.6 Brazil: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 2.7 Brazil: Wastewater utility capital expenditure, 2015-2022
3. SIGNS OF GROWTH IN MEDIUM MARKETS
3.1 Saudi Arabia
Figure 3.1 Saudi Arabia: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 3.2 Saudi Arabia: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
3.1.1 Greenfield investment in desalination
Figure 3.3 Desalination plants awarded in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2017
Figure 3.4 Independent Water Projects (IWPs) in 2017
3.1.2 Brownfield investment in desalination
Figure 3.5 SWCC’s desalination portfolio
3.1.3 Privatisation of National Water Company assets
Figure 3.6 The National Water Company’s plans for PPP
Figure 3.7 Brownfield opportunities in Saudi Arabia
3.2 Peru
Figure 3.8 Peru’s planned wastewater PPPs
Figure 3.9 Peru: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 3.10 Peru: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
3.3 Central and Eastern Europe
Figure 3.11 Central and Eastern Europe: Utility capital expenditure by country, 2015-2022
Figure 3.12 Central and Eastern Europe: Water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
Figure 3.13 Central and Eastern Europe: Wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2015-2022
3.4 The Philippines
4. DECENTRALISED SOLUTIONS SPREADING OUT
4.1 Market opportunities
4.2 Drivers and restraints
4.3 Decentralised solutions in the utility market
4.3.1 Oman
4.3.2 South Africa
4.3.3 Tunisia
4.4 Decentralised solutions in industry
4.4.1 Power generation
Figure 4.1 Selected examples from the power generation sector
4.4.2 Oil & gas
Figure 4.2 Selected examples from the oil & gas sector
4.4.3 Mining
Figure 4.3 Selected examples from the mining sector
5. TAKING BACK CONTROL WITH DESALINATION AND REUSE
Figure 5.1 Incremental contracted desalination and reuse capacity, 1990–2022
5.1 Regional focus: California, USA
Figure 5.2 A selection of planned reuse projects in California
Figure 5.3 A selection of planned desalination projects in California
Figure 5.4 Example water prices from select California water sources
5.1.1 Beyond North America
Figure 5.5 Cumulative installed desalination and reuse capacity by region, 2017–2022
5.2 Industrial water scarcity
5.2.1 Municipal-industrial partnerships
6. INDUSTRIAL OPPORTUNITIES
6.1 Upstream oil & gas
Figure 6.1 Global benchmark oil prices, 2010–2017
Figure 6.2 Upstream oil & gas: Capital expenditure by application, 2015–2022
Figure 6.3 Upstream oil & gas: Capital expenditure by region, 2015–2022
Figure 6.4 Upstream oil & gas: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015–2022
6.2 Refining & petrochemicals
Figure 6.5 Future additional petrochemical capacity by country, 2016–2020
Figure 6.6 Refining & petrochemicals: Capital expenditure by region, 2015–2022
Figure 6.7 Refining & petrochemicals: Capital expenditure by application, 2015–2022
Figure 6.8 Refining & petrochemicals: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015–2022
6.3 Power generation
Figure 6.9 Unsubsidised cost of energy comparison for the US in 2016, lower and upper bounds
Figure 6.10 Capacity addition requirements for the period 2017–2022
Figure 6.11 Power generation: Capital expenditure by application, 2015–2022
Figure 6.12 Power generation: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015–2022
Figure 6.13 Power generation: Capital expenditure by region, 2015–2022
6.4 Mining
Figure 6.14 Index of selected metals prices, 2010–2017
Figure 6.15 Mining: Capital expenditure by application, 2015–2022
Figure 6.16 Mining: Capital expenditure by region, 2015–2022
Figure 6.17 Mining: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015–2022
6.5 Microelectronics
Figure 6.18 Microelectronics: Capital expenditure by region, 2015–2022
Figure 6.19 Microelectronics: Capital expenditure by application, 2015–2022
Figure 6.20 Microelectronics: Capital expenditure by technology, 2015–2022
6.6 Other industries
Figure 6.21 Other industries: Capital expenditure by industry, 2015–2022

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