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Bluefield’s team of experts are frequently quoted in the news discussing key water market issues. Our experts draw from a wide-breadth data-backed insight services, reports, and a network of industry professionals. Our water market experts are available to speak to members of the press on key water market developments and trends. To speak with a member of our team, or for media copies of our analysis, please contact Steph Aldock at saldock@bluefieldresearch.com.

Press Releases

Water Management for Hydraulic Fracturing Forecasts Top US$174 Billion

17 December 2019, Boston, Massachusetts: Water management spend for hydraulic fracturing is forecasted to average US$17 billion per year from 2019 through 2028, according to new market forecasts from Bluefield...16 Dec 2019

Municipal utility focus on resiliency, aging water infrastructure drives 10-Year, $234 billion Pipe Network Forecast

13 November 2019, Boston, Massachusetts: More than US$234 billion of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are forecasted over the next decade to address aging municipal water & wastewater pipe network infrastructure. Precipitated by...13 Nov 2019

Embracing innovation, 10-Year Water Infrastructure CAPEX Forecast could reach US$673 billion, based on market conditions

23 September 2019, Boston, Massachusetts – Municipal utilities in the U.S. are forecasted to spend US$629 billion on capital expenditures (CAPEX) over the next decade to address increasing demands on water...23 Sep 2019

U.S. water & wastewater bills climb, exposing questions of affordability

31 July 2019, Boston, Massachusetts–U.S. municipal water & wastewater utility bills increased 3.6% over the last year, according to a new U.S. Municipal Water & Wastewater Utility Bill Index from Bluefield...31 Jul 2019

Report: Intelligent Water could save U.S. water utilities $17.6 billion by 2027

People in the water sector can address pivotal challenges like resilience and affordability in intelligent and sustainable ways, according to a new study by Arcadis and Bluefield Research. HIGHLANDS RANCH,...10 Jun 2019


Digital is the fastest growing segment of municipal water: utility spending on hardware, software, and digitally-enabled professional services will reach $92 billion by 2030 (New US & Canada Digital Water Forecasts) #DigitalWater #FutureofWater hubs.ly/H0mMkg60 pic.twitter.com/Bnn8ZxTtUA

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21 Jan 2020 Municipal Pipe Market Turns to New Technologies to Address Aging Water Infrastructure

15 Jan 2020 Looking to 2020 and Beyond: Key Trends and Perspectives in Global Water Markets