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Global Industrial WaterINSIGHT SERVICE

Data, Analysis, & Intelligence on Industrial Water Markets and Strategies

Water scarcity is leading to a renewed interest in wastewater treatment. Global companies are under pressure seek new water management strategies. This service helps companies benchmark their strategies, address critical drivers and inhibitors, evaluate technology adoption, and mitigate industrial risks across global water markets.


The Global Industrial Insight Service provides a steady stream of data and analysis to guide company strategies.

Our team of water experts are addressing critical factors shaping water and wastewater infrastructure investment including:

  • Global mining sector recovery offering new water opportunities
  • Oil & Gas resurgence targeting water efficiency
  • Agricultural Industry turning to more innovative solutions
  • Large industrials working to address water scarcity risks
  • Environmental regulations and policies shaping water management by sector

Clients leverage our data-backed analysis and a transparent methodology:

  • Vertical-by-vertical market forecasts by capacity and capital expenditures
  • Global Refineries by country
  • Water management demand and spend outlooks by sector (power, mining, etc)
  • Wastewater treatment costs by industry, reuse/desalination project outlook
  • M&A transactions by vertical

Related Research Themes: Water-Energy Nexus, Water & Power, Water M&A, Water Scarcity, Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse, Water for Fracking, Climate Change




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