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Global Desalination Market Trends & Ownership Strategies, 2014-2018


This report provides an incisive analysis on global desalination markets and the sector’s competitive ownership landscape. The report presents scenario-based forecasts to 2018 and examines strategies of project owners, including value chain positioning, new demand markets, and business models driving winning strategies.

FOCUS REPORT DETAILS

  • 168-page PDF Report
  • 55 Figures in MS PowerPoint with Data in MS Excel
  • Global Market Forecast to 2018
  • Top 25 Ownership Rankings
  • 66 In-depth Company Profiles
  • 50 Country Markets Analyzed
  • >60M m3/day of Capacity Analyzed

 

Takeaways

  • Three scenarios define 5-year market forecast. The report presents three scenarios for the desalination market to 2018; Reference Case, Water Security, and Global Instability. The forecast methodology is based on key environmental, political and economic sensitivities that will impact desalination build-out over the forecast period and beyond.
  • Independent water providers reshape landscape. The trend towards privatization has steadily increased since 2000. Over the last five years, private ownership has accounted for as much as 35% and this percentage is projected to increase, with an estimated 51% of projects announced, planned and under construction slated for private ownership development.
  • Pure-plays move along the value chain. At the forefront of the industry change is a group of pure play water companies — such as Hyflux, IDE Technologies, Mekorot, Aqualyng, Seven Seas Water, Consolidated Water, and Poseidon Water– that are carving out ownership positions. They are navigating a more competitive industry, placing them in direct competition with established infrastructure and EPC players.
  • Unlocking the greenfield opportunities. From suppliers-to-offtakers, companies are addressing water risks with innovative technology solutions and strategies in new industrial, regional, and niche markets. These greenfield opportunities are proliferating this next phase of desalination growth.

Companies Mentioned

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