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MEED Insights: GCC Water and Wastewater Market Outlook 2019-Outlook for investment in water and wastewater projects in the GCC

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GlobalData

Published Date : Dec 2018

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Construction

No. of Pages : 167 Pages

MEED Insights: GCC Water and Wastewater Market Outlook 2019 - Outlook for investment in water and wastewater projects in the GCC

Summary

"GCC Water and Wastewater Market Outlook 2019", provides a comprehensive snapshot of the GCCs water and wastewater market, the latest investment trends as well as project opportunities.

There are few more pressing needs in the Middle East and North Africa than the need for reliable water supply.

In a region characterised by a lack of rivers, lakes and rainfall, the rapid expansion of cities and the requirements of growing populations are driving a surge in demand for water supply and wastewater treatment capacity.

In the GCC, demand for water is set to rise by about 62 per cent by 2025, according to new research by MEED. Demand growth on this scale necessitates significant capital investment in new capacity.

Such investment is happening. About $80bn-worth of water and wastewater projects are currently planned or under way across the GCC alone.

But in a fiscal environment where governments are working hard to minimise budget deficits and debt levels, it is no longer enough to simply increase capacity.

A multi-pronged approach is required that will ensure sustainable development, both from a fiscal and an environmental point of view.

The increasing trend of decoupling water production from electricity generation is an important step, as it allows for greater flexibility in supply and reduces capital costs.
But the greatest opportunity to ensure adequate sustainable water supply is to change the way that water is consumed in the region.

In the UAE, the adoption of filters on taps is reported to have resulted in a 20 per cent reduction in water consumption. And despite having once been treated with scepticism, the use of treated sewage effluent and recycled wastewater is now becoming accepted.

Written by MEED, the Middle East market experts within the GlobalData Group, New technologies are opening up opportunities to live more sustainably. The challenge is their adoption.

Key Findings

- Rapid population growth and economic expansion is increasing pressure on GCC water supplies
- Demand for water is forecast to rise by about 62 per cent by 2025
- Installed desalination capacity must increase by 65 per cent from current 4,563 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD)
- Saudi Arabia must boost its installed seawater desalination capacity by 785 MIGD to meet predicted demand
- Demand growth on this scale necessitates significant capital investment in new capacity
- More than $80bn worth of water and wastewater projects are identified as planned or underway in the GCC
- But finance is a major challenge as governments are working to minimise budget deficits and debt levels
- Water and wastewater investment strategies are focussed on ensuring sustainable development
- Key trends include the decoupling of water production from electricity generation enabled by new technologies
- A high priority is being given to changing the way that water is consumed in the region
- The use of treated sewage effluent and recycled wastewater is now becoming accepted
- One significant challenge is the slow adoption of new technologies.

Key Highlights

- Comprehensive snapshot of the outlook for the GCC Water and Wastewater market in 2019
- Examines the outlook for policy and investment in water and wastewater projects across the region
- GCC Water & Wastewater Market Report 2019 from MEED Insight will help you save time and investment on research and analysis of the regional water market
- It provides the latest data on market fundamentals of water and wastewater demand and the regions capacity to supply
- It will help you identify opportunity with details of the main projects under development as well as those planned
- The report looks at key issues facing the sector including finance and technology adoption challenges
- The report clearly sets out investment drivers and client spending plans
- It will also help you understand risks and set strategy in the regional water and wastewater projects market.

Scope

- 169 page report featuring more than 265 charts, tables, graphs and maps, including tables of projects due to be awarded in 2019, along with projects currently under execution
- Covers all the main sectors of the water and wastewater industries including water supply, desalination, wastewater treatment, sewage treatment, technology, and pipelines
- Outlines investment drivers and client spending plans in 6 countries - Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE
- Details the main projects under development and those due to be awarded in 2019 and beyond
- Identifies the biggest spending clients and developer
- Identifies the most successful contractors
- Identifies risks and opportunities
- The report includes proprietary data from MEED Projects.

Reasons to buy

- Gain an immediate insight on the GCC Water & Wastewater market in the 6 markets of the GCC
- Discover current and planned investment spending across all sectors
- Identify opportunities and mitigate risk
- Save time and investment on research and analysis
- Details the projects seen as a priority and their timeline for development, as well as those that are unlikely to go ahead
- Report aimed at supporting strategic and business development requirements of banks, law firms, contractors, developers, investors, analysts and researchers, consultants, government organisations
- Ideal for business leaders, strategic planning functions, and marketing, business development, and sales leaders.
Table of Contents
Preface
1. Market Overview
2. Bahrain
2.1 Water & Desalination
2.1.1 Introduction
2.1.2 Market Structure
2.1.3 Water demand
2.1.4 Water supply
2.2 Wastewater
2.2.1 Market Structure
2.2.2 Wastewater supply
3. Kuwait
3.1 Water & desalination
3.1.1 Introduction
3.1.2 Market Structure
3.1.3 Water demand
3.1.4 Water supply
3.2 Wastewater
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 Market Structure
3.2.3 Wastewater supply
4. Oman
4.1 Water & desalination
4.1.1 Introduction
4.1.2 Market Structure
4.1.3 Water demand
4.1.4 Water supply
4.2 Wastewater
4.2.1 Market Structure
4.2.2 Wastewater supply
5. Qatar
5.1 Water & desalination
5.1.1 Introduction
5.1.2 Market Structure
5.1.3 Water demand
5.1.4 Water supply
5.2 Wastewater
5.2.1 Introduction
5.2.2 Market Structure
5.2.3 Wastewater supply
6. Saudi Arabia
6.1 Water & desalination
6.1.1 Introduction
6.1.2 Market Structure
6.1.3 Water demand
6.1.4 Water supply
6.2 Wastewater
6.2.1 Introduction
6.2.2 Market Structure
6.2.3 Wastewater demand
6.2.4 Wastewater supply
7. UAE
7.1 Water & desalination
7.1.1 Introduction
7.1.2 Market Structure
7.1.3 Water demand
7.1.4 Water supply
7.2 Wastewater
7.2.1 Introduction
7.2.2 Market Structure
7.2.3 Wastewater treatment capacity
7.2.4 Future projects

List of Tables
Table 1: Bahrain water sector key facts
Table 2: Desalination plants in operation in Bahrain
Table 3: Bahrain upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2018-25
Table 4: Bahrain upcoming water transmission projects by value, 2018-27
Table 5: Wastewater discharge from treatment plants in Bahrain
Table 6: Wastewater discharge in Bahrain by company
Table 7: Bahrain upcoming private wastewater treatment projects
Table 8: Bahrain upcoming wastewater transmission projects by value, 2019-21
Table 9: Kuwait water sector key facts
Table 10: Kuwait existing PPP water projects by value, 2018
Table 11: Desalination plants operating in Kuwait
Table 12: Kuwait upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2018-25
Table 13: Kuwait upcoming water projects by value, 2018-27
Table 14: Kuwait wastewater sector key facts, 2016
Table 15: Wastewater treatment plants in Kuwait, 2017
Table 16: Kuwait upcoming private wastewater treatment projects by value, 2019
Table 17: Kuwait upcoming wastewater treatment projects by value, 2019
Table 18: Oman water sector key facts
Table 19: Omans private water projects by value, 2018
Table 20: Main wadis and surface run-off, 2015
Table 21: Oman upcoming water & desalination projects by value, 2018-25
Table 22: Oman upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2018-25
Table 23: Operating wastewater treatment plants in Oman, 2017
Table 24: Oman upcoming wastewater treatment projects by value, 2018-20
Table 25: Qatar water sector key facts
Table 26: Average per capita water consumption (cubic metres / year), 2010-16
Table 27: Selected Kahramaa water supply contracts, 2006-2012
Table 28: Water Security Mega Reservoirs programme packages
Table 29: Qatar mega reservoir sites
Table 30: Water Security Mega Reservoirs Programme - main contract awards
Table 31: Qatars desalination projects in operation, 2018
Table 32: Qatar water sector key facts
Table 33: Idris schedule
Table 34: Idris packaging strategy
Table 35: Idris packages status and awards
Table 36: Ashghals non-treatment infrastructure
Table 37: Qatars existing treatment capacity
Table 38: The Doha North contracts
Table 39: Ashghal wastewater projects under execution by award year, 2010-15
Table 40: Major Ashghal STP contract awards, 2004-12
Table 41: Operating wastewater treatment plants in Qatar, 2017
Table 42: Treated and untreated urban sewage effluent usage
Table 43: Qatar upcoming wastewater treatment projects by value, 2018-19
Table 44: Saudi Arabia water sector key facts
Table 45: Saudi Arabia existing IWPPs
Table 46: Saudi Arabia water tariff (cm/month)
Table 47: Industrial water demand in Saudi Arabia (million cm/y)
Table 48: Water supply by source, 2010-2060
Table 49: Summary of operating desalination plants in Saudi Arabia
Table 50: Saudi Arabia upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2018-25
Table 51: Saudi Arabia upcoming water projects by value, 2018-27
Table 52: Planned SWCC transmission pipelines
Table 53: Saudi Arabia water sector key facts, 2010
Table 54: NWC estimated capital spending programme, 2013-17
Table 55: Cities under NWC's mandate
Table 56: Planned O&M clusters
Table 57: Existing and planned large-scale STPs, 2017
Table 58: Existing and projected wastewater flow in Saudi Arabia by region
Table 59: Existing and projected wastewater flow in Saudi Arabia by city
Table 60: Existing and projected wastewater flow in Saudi Arabia by region
Table 61: Saudi TSE contracts by customer sector
Table 62: TSE memorandums of understanding
Table 63: Selected TSE sales contracts signed by NWC
Table 64: Saudi Arabia wastewater reuse by sector, 2012-35
Table 65: Saudi Arabia National Water Strategy Goals
Table 66: Saudi Arabia upcoming private wastewater treatment projects by value, 2018
Table 67: Saudi Arabia upcoming wastewater treatment projects
Table 68: UAE water sector key facts
Table 69: Dubai land used for agriculture (hectares)
Table 70: UAE groundwater and desalinated water production, 2000-06
Table 71: FEWAs installed desalination capacity, 2009
Table 72: FEWA water imports, 2010-14
Table 73: Recent and planned desalination awards by FEWA, 2009-16
Table 74: UAE upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2019
Table 75: UAE upcoming private water & desalination projects by value, 2019
Table 76: Dubai volume of waste water discharge (cm) by source, 2017
Table 77: ADSSCs capital spending programme 2015-19 (AED 000)
Table 78: ADSSC capital spending programme (AED 000), 2016-18
Table 79: Capital spending on treatment capacity (AED 000), 2016-17
Table 80: Regulatory compliance spending requirements (AED 000), 2016-17
Table 81: UAE upcoming wastewater treatment projects by value, 2019

List of Figures
Figure 1: Bahrain water desalination by technology (per cent), 2018
Figure 2: Water demand by sector (per cent), 2014
Figure 3: Population in Bahrain (million) 2010-2025
Figure 4: Total population vs urban population in Bahrain (m), 2010-2025
Figure 5: Bahrain water supply by sector (%), 2014
Figure 6: Evolution of Wastewater treatment in Bahrain
Figure 7: Water demand by sector (per cent), 2009
Figure 8: Population in Kuwait (million) 2010-2025
Figure 9: Total population vs Urban population in Kuwait (million), 2010-2025
Figure 10: Forecast desalination demand and available capacity, 2014-30 (MIGD)
Figure 11: Kuwait power and desalination plants (includes planned Al Khiran facility)
Figure 12: TSE produced by STPs, 2010 (cm/d)
Figure 13: OPWP shareholder structure
Figure 14: Desalination developers by capacity, March 2017 (cm/d)
Figure 15: Oman population (million) 2015-2025
Figure 16: Total population vs Urban population in Oman (million), 2010-2025
Figure 17: Peak water demand (000 cm/d), 2018-24
Figure 18: Peak water demand in MIS (000 cm/d), 2018-24
Figure 19: Water demand in Sharqirah network (000 cm/d), 2018-24
Figure 20: Water demand in Dhofar network (000 cm/d), 2018-24
Figure 21: Water demand in Musandam (000 cm/d), 2018-24
Figure 22: Sea water intrusion and abstraction levels in Al Batinah, 1982-2010
Figure 23: Kahramaa planned spending, 2015-19
Figure 24: Kahramaa registered water customers, 2010-2017
Figure 25: Water Security Mega Reservoirs
Figure 26: Existing and planned water transmission network
Figure 27: Qatar population (m) 2015-25
Figure 28: Total population vs Urban population in Qatar (million), 2010-25
Figure 29: Domestic water demand in Qatar (million cm), 2006-14
Figure 30: Industrial water demand in Qatar (million cm), 2006-14
Figure 31: Agriculture water demand in Qatar (million cm), 2006-14
Figure 32: Qatar water supply from various sources (million cm), 2008-14
Figure 33: Groundwater basins in Qatar
Figure 34: Qatars desalination capacity and demand (MIGD), 2007-20
Figure 35: Qatars water surplus/deficit (MIGD), 2007-20
Figure 36: Number of completed buildings connected to public sewage system, 1986-2015
Figure 37: Doha drainage infrastructure
Figure 38: Planned Idris transmission network
Figure 39: Main and secondary water transmission plan, 2013-18
Figure 40: Use and discharge of treated sewage effluent (million cm), 2004-2015
Figure 41: Use and discharge of treated sewage effluent (%), 2015
Figure 42: Leading desalination developers by equity capacity, March 2017 (cm/d)
Figure 43: Domestic water demand in Saudi Arabia (million cm/y), 2010-2060
Figure 44: Saudi Arabia population (mn), 2015-2025
Figure 45: Water consumption in Saudi Arabia by region (million cubic metres), 2017
Figure 46: Total population vs Urban population in Saudi Arabia (million), 2010-2025
Figure 47: Industrial water demand in Saudi Arabia (million cm/y)
Figure 48: Water supply by source (million cm/d), 2017
Figure 49: Water supply by source (%)
Figure 50: Groundwater reserves in the deep aquifers, recharge rate and water quality
Figure 51: Saudi Arabia desalinated water production (million cm/y), 2012-2016
Figure 52: Share of desalinated water production by company (per cent), 2016
Figure 53: Share of desalinated water use by major cities in Saudi Arabia
Figure 54: Existing desalination plants in Saudi Arabia
Figure 55: Desalination plants and major transportation lines in Saudi Arabia
Figure 56: Saudi Arabia Transmission System Overview, 2016
Figure 57: Age of Saudi desalination plants
Figure 58: Potable water and desalinated water production, 2007-31 (m cm/d)
Figure 59: NWC capital expenditure for five major cities, 2013-17 (SRm)
Figure 60: Projected investment in selected areas, 2016-20 ($m)
Figure 61: National Water Company treated wastewater market sectors
Figure 62: Growth in TSE sales, 2008-12 (cm/d)
Figure 63: Demand for TSE in Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina, Mecca and Dammam (000 cm/d)
Figure 64: Forecast of TSE usage in the kingdoms six major cities, 2011-30 (cm/d)
Figure 65: Cumulative volume of water saved due to leak detection (cubic metres)
Figure 66: Water production plants in UAE
Figure 67: Dubai annual desalinated water peak demand (MIGD)
Figure 68: UAE water demand by sector (%)
Figure 69: Abu Dhabi water demand by sector (%), 2016
Figure 70: Dubai water demand by sector (million gallons), 2015-2017
Figure 71: Dubai - number of water consumers by type, 2015-2017
Figure 72: UAE water consumption by authority (million cm), 2016
Figure 73: UAE water supply by source (%), 2017
Figure 74: Abu Dhabi water supply by source (%), 2016
Figure 75: Change in Abu Dhabis groundwater level, 2005-2016
Figure 76: Abu Dhabi peak desalinated water supply by region, 2014 (%)
Figure 77: Peak water demand (MIGD)
Figure 78: Sewas installed desalination capacity, 2012
Figure 79: Sewas water imports, 2010-14 (million gallons)
Figure 80: Abu Dhabi STP capacity and inflows, 2008 (cm/day)
Figure 81: Projected treatment capacity and inflows in the Abu Dhabi region, 2008-16
Figure 82: Projected treatment capacity and inflows in the Al Ain region, 2008-16
Figure 83: Ajman Sewerage shareholding structure (%)
Figure 84: Ajman sewerage network

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