Our highly analytical, industry-focused reports are essential reading for those who need a clear understanding of the rapidly expanding global water industry. Our excellent global network of contacts means that we are ideally placed to provide you with unique insights into the latest developments in the international water and desalination sectors.
The detailed monitoring and assessment of projects, companies and countries found in the reports generate an essential strategic planning resource. They enable you to assess your position alongside your competitors, while the forecasts lend support to future business planning and investment decisions. See below for more specific information and tables of contents.
Water Market Europe
Opportunities in EU Accession, the Framework Directive & the CIS
EUROPE`s WATER SECTOR: Potential for real growth
Europe`s water sector has stronger fundamentals than any other regional water market. The combination of high tariffs, increased regulatory standards and generous EU funding gives it a solid foundation for growth over the next decade.
Water Market Europe investigates the size, structure and potential of the water and wastewater sector in 45 countries across Europe and the former Soviet Union. It is an essential reference work for anyone planning corporate strategy in the region over the decade until 2015. It has answers to the key questions:
- Which markets are growing fastest?
- Which are the richest markets in terms of capital expenditure?
- How can one make the most of the implementation of the Water Framework Directive?
- What opportunities are being thrown up by the liberalisation of the water sector?
- Are the oil economies of the former Soviet Union ready for development?
GWI`s team of editors and contributors have spent more than 5,000 person-hours researching the industry from Lisbon in the West to Almaty in the East to make Water Market Europe the most comprehensive report on the continent`s water sector. Running to more than 400 pages filled with key data, commentary, expert analysis and market-by-market forecasts, it is an essential information tool for all businesses looking to profit from the strength of the continent`s water sector.
Water Reuse Markets 2005-2015: A Global Assessment & Forecast
Water Reuse Markets: ready for lift-off
Over the next decade half the world`s major industrial companies and one quarter of its major cities will consider water reuse. The combination of increased water scarcity, tougher environmental regulation and falling costs will create the conditions for explosive growth. Water Reuse Markets is your insight into how to position your company to make the most of that opportunity. It provides answers to the key questions:
How big is the potential market? How fast will it grow? Which regions and sectors offer the best market opportunities? What are the technologies used? Which companies are leading the way in this area?
Based on original research – and hundreds of interviews with key practitioners – by the Global Water Intelligence editorial team, it assesses the outlook for water reuse by both utilities and industry. The report takes a close look at the countries and regions with existing water reuse projects, and forecasts future developments.
With more than 250 fact-filled pages, Water Reuse Markets brings together key national and regional data with expert analysis of the structural, political and financial issues that will shape the sector over the coming decade.
Can you have a strategy for this fast-growing sector without it?
Water Market Middle East: Exploiting a Booming Market
The Middle East Market: Are you connected?
One of the big questions for the global economy in 2005 is how the Middle Eastern region will recycle its oil surplus. But there is one certainty: there is going to be significant investment in the region`s water and wastewater infrastructure. The combination of a fast growing population, highly stressed natural water resources and the challenge of industrialisation means that developing new water sources and putting wastewater to better use is a priority across the region. Water Market Middle East spells out the opportunity, country by country, project by project.
The Middle East region has 5% of the world`s population, but only 1% of the world`s renewable water resources. With the population of the region increasing rapidly, and the availability of potable ground water declining, investment in developing new water sources in accelerating. Water Market Middle East is your key to making the most of this market.
Did you know that Saudi Arabia intends to spend twice as much money on wastewater over the next decade? It throws into perspective the urgency with which governments are developing the dirty water business in the region. The environmental implications of growing cities, together with the necessity of increased reuse means that wastewater is now at the top of the investment agenda for many countries in the region. Water Market Middle East unlocks the market for your company.