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Where We Have Been in a Year: Water Market Perspectives

24 June 2016
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A presentation by Bluefield President Reese Tisdale at the Invest H20 Conference in Austin, Texas.  This presentation analyzes key trends across global and national water markets, including:

  • Population growth will place additional pressure on utility infrastructure, demanding greenfield capacity additions to keep pace.
  • Aging water infrastructure in the Northeast and Midwest underpin the regions’ higher rehabilitation costs
  • Increasing demand for alternative water supplies, including wastewater reuse and desalination, add to scaling needs for system upgrades
  • The smart water value chain is undergoing significant change through M&A and increasing competition for positions in managing data and analytics for utilities
  • Planned reuse capacity totals 8.4 million m3/d with anticipated CAPEX surpassing US$14.7 billion
  • Investment in water treatment in the hydraulic fracturing sector is expected to total US$1.0 billion between 2016 and 2020

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