2005-2015, 28 Country Profiles Assessing the Potential Market for Desalination over the Next Decade until 2015

Research and Markets: Desalination Markets: 2005-2015, 28 Country Profiles Assessing the Potential Market for Desalination over the Next Decade until 2015

Business Editors

DUBLIN, Ireland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 11, 2004

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com) has announced the addition of Desalination Markets: 2005-2015 to their offering.

Desalination is the biggest growth opportunity in the international water sector today. If you are going to make the most of it you will need to know:

— How big is the potential market?

— How fast will it grow?

— Which regional markets have the best potential?

— Who stands to benefit

— What are the risks?

— Which individual project opportunities should you be pursuing?

Desalination Markets: 2005-2015 provides the answers. Based on original research this report assesses the outlook for the sector on a project-by-project, and country-by-country basis to provide an essential strategic planning resource. With more than 250 fact-filled pages, the report brings together the key national and regional data with expert analysis of the structural, political and financial issues that will shape the industry over the next decade.

Company profiles

How are the major players exploiting the growth in the desalination sector? Desalination Markets 2005- 2015 has original profiles of more than 70 leading desalination companies: consultants, developers, EPC contractors, and equipment suppliers. Additionally the report carries an overview of the financial and professional firms involved with desalination.

Country profiles

The core of the report comprises 28 country profiles assessing the potential market for desalination over the next decade until 2015. Official data for projected demand and supply is the starting point. This is analysed in the context of other issues affecting the expansion of desalination capacity: the structure of the local water sector; tariff arrangements; financing arrangements, and a full listing of proposed desalination projects, leading to a forecast figure for the additional desalination capacity expected by 2015. More than 50 other countries are covered in regional summaries covering the Caribbean, Central Asia, Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Far East.

Report Structure

The Players.

— Ownership

Know who you are really dealing with.

— Company data

Companies often like to appear larger and more successful than they are. What is the truth?

— Desalination interests

Which parts of the value chain is the company involved in?

Sometimes there is a difference between ambitions and reality.

— Strategy

Where is the company really going? Our editorial team gives its expert view.

— Projects

What is the track record?

— Market share

Where does the company stand?

— Key staff

Who should you be in touch with?

— Further information

How do you take things from here?

The Scene

— Key Indicators

The basic information about the country, its water status and its desalination industry.

— Sector structure

How does the country’s water industry work?

— Tariffs

How much are people paying for water at the moment?

How dependent on subsidy is the desalination sector?

— Demand

Projected water demand and supply data to 2015 and beyond from official sourcesdiscussion of the nature of the projected water deficit.

— Future desalination plants

Full listing of proposed desalination projects, and their current status, supported by analysis of the outlook for their construction.

— Financing

The outlook for financing major desalination projects.

— Additional capacity Forecast

Projected additional desalination capacity by 2015 with supporting notes.

Company Profiles

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Warith Consulting Engineers

Al Zamil Group


Black & Veatch Corporation


Camp Dresser & McKee (CDM)

CHM Hill

CMS Energy

Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. & DesalCo Ltd.

Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co. Ltd.

Dow Chemical Company/Filmtec

Enelpower SPA

Fichtner GmbH

Fisia Italimpianti SpA

GE Water Technologies/Osmonics

Hyder Consulting

Hyundai Group


Hyflux Ltd.

IDE Technologies Ltd.

ILF Consulting Engineers


International Power plc

Ionics, Inc.

Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (IHI)

Itochu Corporation

Kindasa Water Services

Koch Membrane Systems

Kuljian Corporation

Lahmeyer International GmbH



Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.

Mitsui & Co., Ltd.

Mott MacDonald

Pall Corporation

PB Power

Poseidon Resources



Sasakura Engineering Co., Ltd.


Siemens AG

Sogex Oman Co.

Sumitomo Corporation

Total S.A.


Toray Industries, Inc.

Toyo Engineering Corporation (TEC)


VA Tech Wabag

Weir Group

Other Companies

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c1921

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