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The Global Water Market in 2016: Capital Expenditure Trends In Municipal And Industrial Water To 2019

The Global Water Market in 2016 is an essential annual update of the forecasts from the Global Water Market report. This forecast update and Analyst report will keep your business on the pulse of the new trends and market developments that should shape your strategy in 2015-2016.

This report offers a complete update of the capital expenditure forecast spreadsheets from Global Water Market (published April 2014) and incorporates brand new data and findings from our latest reports, including Industrial Water Technology Markets and Desalination Markets 2016. The updated forecast spreadsheets will be accompanied by a GWI Analyst report, designed to identify and analyse the most important changes and opportunities in a succinct 35 pages - saving you time and resource analysing how the new forecasts will affect your business in 2015-2016.

It delves straight into important changes in the market, utilises new data sources that have been released in countries such as India, United States and South East Asia to give you a clearer picture on more emerging and developing markets and picks up on recent trends in water technology investment.

This is must-have annual forecast update to keep your business on track until a full update of the three volume Global Water Market report is published in April 2016, which will include a full update of the country chapters.


Executive summary
Utility markets
Growth in utility capital expenditure by region, 2013 to 2015
Industrial markets
Industrial water and wastewater capital expenditure, 2012–2019
Technologies
Spending on water treatment equipment, 2015
Updated data
1. The utility market: Regional overview
1.1 North America
Figure 1.1 Survey of spending on construction put in place, 2005–2015
Figure 1.2 US water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.3 US wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.4 Canadian water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.5 Canadian wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
1.2 Latin America
Figure 1.6 Countries in Latin America by utility capital expenditure, 2012–2019
1.3 Europe
Figure 1.7 EU member states by utility capital expenditure, 2012–2019
Figure 1.8 Europe and Central Asia water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.9 Europe and Central Asia wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
1.4 Middle East and Africa
Figure 1.10 Top 10 Middle Eastern water markets by total capex on water and wastewater, 2015–2019
Figure 1.11 Middle East and North Africa water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.12 Middle East and North Africa wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.13 Top 5 African water markets by total capital expenditure on water and wastewater, 2015–2019
Figure 1.14 Sub-Saharan water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.15 Sub-Saharan wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
1.5 Asia Pacific
Figure 1.16 China water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.17 China wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.18 Investment in industrial wastewater treatment in China, 2000–2020
Figure 1.19 India water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.20 India wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.21 Top 10 Asia Pacific water markets by total capex on water and wastewater, 2015–2019
Figure 1.22 Asia Pacific water utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
Figure 1.23 Asia Pacific wastewater utility capital expenditure forecast, 2012–2019
2. Industrial water markets
2.1 Oil & Gas
Figure 2.1 Brent crude, West Texas Intermediate and Western Canadian Select oil prices, 2000–2015
Figure 2.2 Henry Hub gas spot prices and LNG import prices, 2000–2015
Figure 2.3 Capital expenditure for onshore and offshore produced water treatment, 2012–2020
Figure 2.4 Capital expenditure on produced water treatment by region, 2012–2020
Figure 2.5 Capital expenditure on water treatment technologies for the oil & gas industry, 2012–2020
2.2 Mining
Figure 2.6 Metals prices, 2000–2015
Figure 2.7 Top 5 mining markets by total capital expenditure on water and wastewater, 2012–2019
Figure 2.8 Water technology for the mining industry, 2012–2019
2.3 Other industries
Figure 2.9 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in other industries, 2012–2019
3. Technologies
3.1 Brine concentration and volume reduction
Figure 3.1 Capital expenditure on brine concentration technologies by industry, 2012–2020
3.2 Low pressure membranes
Figure 3.2 Capital expenditure for low pressure membranes by industry, 2012–2019
3.3 Anaerobic digestion
Figure 3.3 Capital expenditure forecast for anaerobic digestion by sector, 2012–2019
Figure 3.4 Utility capital expenditure forecast for anaerobic digestion by region, 2012–2019
3.4 Smart meters and customer services
Figure 3.5 Capital expenditure forecast for smart water meters and customer services, 2011–2018
4. Note on data

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