The Global Desalination Market to 2026

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GMR Data’s ‘The Global Desalination Market to 2026’ highlights how the desalination market will shift over the next decade, with detailed forecasts for each key region globally. The report focuses on the key countries that will drive the desalination sector across the next 10 years; looking at the factors that will drive or restrain each country.


The global desalination sector reached $7,865m across 2011, GMR Data forecast that this figure will reach $12,603m across 2016; equating to a 5-year CAGR of 9.9%, this growth has been primarily driven by the Middle East, North America and Asia Pacific where a number of high profile, large scale desalination projects have been realised.


Between 2016 and 2021, GMR Data forecast that the 5 year CAGR growth, in the desalination sector, will fall below 5% for the first time in 20 years as some ME countries, that are key proponents of desalination projects, face uncertain financial landscapes, particularly in relation to the expected fluctuation of oil prices across the next 5-10 years.


Between 2021 and 2026 many global regions will move away from brand new projects, instead focusing on new technology on existing sites. Many countries will have spent money on long term projects; Saudi Arabia, Israel, Australia and the US, for example, and are likely to upgrade existing plants as opposed to starting new projects. Regions such as Europe and North Africa are likely to offer very little growth in the global desalination sector by 2026.


The Global Desalination Market to 2026 contains an in depth SWOT analysis chapter that discusses the key Strengths, Weaknesses, opportunities and Threats that the Global Desalination Market will face across 2016-2026. Factors such as Water Scarcity, Financial Costs and new Research and Development are all weighed up in the course of the SWOT chapter.


The report concludes with transcripts from interviews with experts in the desalination sector; Energy Recovery Inc. (ERI) a US company that is at the forefront of energy reduction. ERI products are installed at the majority of large scale desalination projects globally.


Our other published interview is with key Iranian desalination outfit Noor Vijeh Company (NVCo). NVCo is the largest private investor in reverse osmosis in Iran, a country that is emerging onto the international scene with many key MNCs opening up trade links with the country across numerous sectors.



For more information on this, or any other GMR Data report, contact Alice.Morgan@GMRData.com



The Global Desalination Market to 2026

Chapter 1 – Executive Summary
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Research and Analysis Methods
1.3 The Desalination Process


Chapter 2 - Technology and Applications in the Desalination Market 2016-2026
2.1 Technologies in the Desalination Market
2.2 Thermal Systems
2.3 Membrane Desalination Systems
2.4 Cost / Application Comparison of Desalination Processes


Chapter 3 - Research & Developments in the Desalination Market 2016-2026
3.1. Overview

3.2 Developments in the Sourcing of Water for Desalination Plants

3.3 Filtration Research and Development
3.3.1 Membrane Improvements
3.3.2 Microfiltration
3.3.3 Nano Filtration
3.3.3.1 Graphene & Carbon Nano Technology
3.3.3.2 Graphene Oxide Nanoscrolls

3.4 Onsite Movement of Water
3.4.1 Energy Recovery Equipment / High Pressure Pumps

3.5 Forward Osmosis

3.6 Electrodialysis / Shock Electrodialysis

3.7 On Site Movement of Water


Chapter 4 - The Global Desalination Market 2016-2026

4.1 Global overview

4.2 The Asia Pacific Desalination Sector
4.2.1 Australia Desalination Sector
4.2.1.1 Key Desalination Plants Australia
4.2.1.2 New Desalination Capacity Australia
4.2.2 China Desalination Sector
4.2.2.1 Key Desalination Plants China
4.2.2.2 New Desalination Capacity China
4.2.3 India Desalination Sector
4.2.3.1 Key Desalination Plants India
4.2.3.2 New Desalination Capacity India

4.3 The Europe Desalination Sector
4.3.1 Spain Desalination Sector
4.3.2 Spain Desalination Plants
4.3.3 New Desalination Capacity Spain

4.4 The Latin America Desalination Sector
4.4.1 Chile Desalination Sector
4.4.1.1 New Desalination Capacity Chile
4.4.2 Mexico Desalination Sector
4.4.2.1 Mexico Desalination Plants
4.4.2.2 New Desalination Capacity Mexico

4.5 The Middle East Desalination Sector
4.5.1 Israel Desalination Sector
4.5.1.1 Israel Desalination Plants
4.5.1.2 New Desalination Capacity Israel
4.5.2 Kuwait Desalination Sector
4.5.2.1 Kuwait Desalination Plants
4.5.2.2 New Desalination Capacity Kuwait
4.5.3 Oman Desalination Sector
4.5.3.1 Oman Desalination Plants
4.5.3.2 New Desalination Capacity Oman
4.5.4 Qatar Desalination Sector
4.5.4.1 Qatar Desalination Plants
4.5.4.2 New Desalination Capacity Qatar
4.5.5 Saudi Arabia Desalination Sector
4.5.5.1 Saudi Arabia Desalination Plants
4.5.5.2 New Desalination Capacity Saudi Arabia
4.5.6 UAE Desalination Sector
4.5.6.1 UAE Desalination Plants
4.5.6.2 New Desalination Capacity UAE
4.5.7 Other notable Middle East Projects

4.6 North Africa Desalination Sector
4.6.1 The Algeria Desalination Sector
4.6.1.1 Key Desalination Plants Algeria
4.6.2 Egypt Desalination Sector
4.6.2.1 Key Desalination Plants Egypt
4.6.2.2 New Desalination Capacity Egypt
4.6.3 Morocco Desalination Sector
4.6.3.1 New Desalination Capacity Morocco

4.7 The North America Desalination Sector
4.7.1 United States Desalination Sector
4.7.1.1 Existing United States Desalination Capacity
4.7.1.2 New Desalination Capacity United States

4.8 The ROW Desalination Sector


Chapter 5 - Leading Companies in the Global Desalination Market 2016-2026


5.1 Abengoa S.A
5.1.1 Abengoa Financial Highlights
5.1.2 Abengoa Desalination Projects
5.1.3 Abengoa Future Desalination Projects

5.2 Acciona
5.2.1 Acciona Financial Highlights
5.2.2 Acciona Desalination Projects
5.2.3 Acciona Future Desalination Projects

5.3 Aqualia
5.3.1 Aqualia Financial Highlights
5.3.2 Aqualia Desalination Projects
5.3.3 Aqualia Future Desalination Projects

5.4 Aquatech International Corporation
5.4.1 Aquatech Desalination Projects

5.5 Biwater
5.5.1 Biwater Desalination Projects
5.5.2 Biwater Future Desalination Projects

5.6 Cadagua
5.6.1 Cadagua Financial Highlights
5.6.2 Cadagua Desalination Projects
5.6.3 Cadagua Future Desalination Projects

5.7 Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd
5.7.1 Doosan Financial Highlights
5.7.2 Doosan Desalination Projects
5.7.3 Doosan Future Desalination Projects

5.8 Fisia Italimpianti
5.8.1 Fisia Italimpianti Financial Highlights
5.8.2 Fisia Desalination Projects
5.8.3 Fisia Future Desalination Projects
5.9 General Electric Water & Process Technologies
5.9.1 GE Financial Highlights
5.9.2 GE Desalination Projects
5.9.3 GE Future Desalination Projects

5.10 GS Inima
5.10.1 GS Inima Financial Highlights
5.10.2 GS Inima Desalination Projects
5.10.3 GS Inima Future Desalination Projects

5.11 Hyflux
5.11.1 Hyflux Financial Highlights
5.11.2 Hyflux Desalination Projects
5.11.3 Hyflux Future Desalination Projects

5.12 IDE Technologies Ltd.
5.12.1 IDE Desalination Projects
5.12.2 IDE Future Desalination Projects

5.13 Sadyt
5.13.1 Sadyt Desalination Projects
5.13.2 Sadyt Future Desalination Projects

5.14 Suez Environment – Degrémont
5.14.1 Suez Environment – Degrémont Desalination Projects
5.14.2 Suez Environment – Degrémont Future Desalination Projects

5.15 Tedagua
5.15.1 Tedagua Desalination Projects
5.15.2 Tedagua Future Water Projects

5.16 Veolia Environment SA
5.16.1 Veolia Financial Highlights
5.16.2 Veolia Desalination Projects
5.16.3 Veolia Future Desalination Projects


Chapter 6 – SWOT Analysis of the Global Desalination Market 2016-2026

6.1 Strengths
6.1.1 Reduces Water Scarcity
6.1.2 Competitive Market

6.2 Weaknesses
6.2.1 Financial Costs
6.2.2 Dependant on Secure Energy Supply

6.3 Opportunities
6.3.1 Potential for Growth in the Market
6.3.2 New R&D Opportunities

6.4 Threats
6.4.1 Strengthening of Nations Current Water Infrastructure
6.4.2 Political Instability


Chapter 7 – Expert Opinion

7.1 Energy Recovery Inc.
7.2 Noor Vijeh Company

 

Tables


Table 2.1 Thermal Desalination Systems

Table 2.2 Membrane Desalination Systems

Table 2.3 Factors Determining Desalination Costs

Table 2.4 Cost Comparison of Thermal vs. Reverse Osmosis

Table 3.1 Comparison of Selected Desalination Processes

Table 3.2 Operation & Maintenance Parameters for RO Desalination Plants (Typical Example)

Table 3.3 Relative Cost Differentials between Different Types of Water Intake

Table 3.4 Percentage of Energy Consumption per Process for Barcelona / Perth SWRO Desalination Plants

Table 3.5 Recent ERI Supplied Projects

Table 3.6 Key Performance Differentials between RO & FO

Table 3.7 RO Desalination Plant Energy Costs

Table 4.1 Global Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.2 Global Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/bn)

Table 4.3 Asia-Pacific Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.4 Asia-Pacific Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.5 Key Desalination Plants Australia

Table 4.6 New Desalination Capacity Australia

Table 4.7 Key Desalination Plants China

Table 4.8 New Desalination Capacity China

Table 4.9 Key Desalination Plants India

Table 4.10 New Desalination Capacity India

Table 4.11 Europe Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.12 Europe Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.13 Key Desalination Plants Spain (over 30,000 m3/day)

Table 4.14 New Desalination Capacity Spain

Table 4.15 Latin America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.16 Latin America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.17 Key Desalination Plants Chile

Table 4.18 New Desalination Capacity Chile

Table 4.19 Key Desalination Plants Mexico

Table 4.20 Potential New Desalination Capacity Mexico

Table 4.21 Middle East Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.22 Middle East Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.23 Israel Desalination Plants

Table 4.24 New Desalination Capacity Israel

Table 4.25 Key Desalination Plants Kuwait

Table 4.26 New Desalination Capacity Kuwait

Table 4.27 Key Desalination Plants Oman

Table 4.28 New Desalination Capacity Oman

Table 4.29 Key Desalination Plants Qatar

Table 4.30 New Desalination Capacity Qatar

Table 4.31 Key Desalination Plants Saudi Arabia

Table 4.32 New Desalination Capacity Saudi Arabia

Table 4.33 Key Desalination Plants UAE

Table 4.34 New Desalination Capacity UAE

Table 4.35 North Africa Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.36 North Africa Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.37 Key Desalination Plants Algeria 2004-2015

Table 4.38 Key Desalination Plants Egypt

Table 4.39 New Desalination Capacity Egypt

Table 4.40 New Desalination Capacity Morocco

Table 4.41 North America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.42 North America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.43 Key Desalination Plants US

Table 4.44 New Desalination Capacity United States

Table 4.45 ROW Desalination Revenue Forecast 2016-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.46 ROW Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Table 4.47 Notable ROW Desalination Projects

Table 4.48 Key Desalination Plants Other Global

Table 5.1 Abengoa Financial Highlights 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.2 Abengoa Consolidated Revenues by Geography 2002, 2008, 2014 (%)

Table 5.3 Abengoa Water Desalination, Treatment & Reuse 2010-2014 (m3)

Table 5.4 Key / Notable Abengoa Desalination Plants

Table 5.5 Desalination Plants that Abengoa Operate / Maintain, 2015

Table 5.6 Abengoa under Construction Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.7 Acciona Key Financials 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.8 Acciona Key Financials, by Sector, 2013-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.9 Acciona’s Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day) 

Table 5.10 Acciona’s Under Construction Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.11 Key FCC Group Financials 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.12 Aqualia Revenues by Geography 2013 & 2014 ($/m, %)

Table 5.13 Aqualia Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.14 Aqualia’s Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.15 Aquatech Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.16 Aquatech under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.17 Biwater Desalination Activity 2001-to date (m3/day)

Table 5.18 Biwater under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.19 Cadagua Revenue 2009-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.20 Cadagua Desalination (m3/day)

Table 5.21 Cadagua Operation and Maintenance Contracts

Table 5.22 Cadagua under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.23 Doosan Group Revenues 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.24 Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Revenues 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.25 Doosan Desalination Projects (m3/day)

Table 5.26 Doosan under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.27 Fisia Revenues 2012-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.28 Fisia Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.29 Fisia Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.30 GE Revenues 2011-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.31 General Electric Global Desalination Capacity 2010 (m3/day)

Table 5.32 General Electric Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.33 General Electric Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.34 GS Inima Revenues 2011-2014 ($/m & m3/day)

Table 5.35 GS Inima Revenues by Source 2014 ($/m)

Table 5.36 GS Inima Desalination Plants 2015 (m3/day)

Table 5.37 GS Inima Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.38 Hyflux Revenues 2010-2014 ($/m)

Table 5.39 Hyflux Revenues by Geography 2014 ($/m)

Table 5.40 Hyflux Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.41 Hyflux Under Construction / Proposed Desalination Plants 2015

Table 5.42 IDE Technologies Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.43 IDE Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.44 Sadyt Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.45 Sadyt Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.46 Suez Environment – Degrémont Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.47 Suez / Degrémont Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 5.48 Tedagua Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.49 Veolia Revenue 2010-2014 ($/bn)

Table 5.50 SIDEM & Entropie Contracted Desalination Plants (m3/day)

Table 5.51 Veolia Under Construction Desalination Plants

Table 6.1 SWOT Analysis of the Global Desalination Market 2016-2026

Table 6.2 Reported / Estimated Cost of Desalination Projects 2010-2016 

 

Figures


Figure 2.1 Stages of Water Treatment Before, During & After Desalination

Figure 3.1 Graphene Nano Filtration System

Figure 4.1 Global Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.2 Asia-Pacific Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.3 Europe Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.4 Latin America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.5 Middle East Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.6 Desalination Capacity in Israel (millions m/3 annually) 2004-2020

Figure 4.7 Oman Desalination Capacity RO/Thermal 2005-2020 million m3/day

Figure 4.8 Saudi Arabia Desalination Capacity RO/Thermal 2005-2020 million m3/day

Figure 4.9 North Africa Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.10 North America Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

Figure 4.11 ROW Desalination Revenue Forecast 2011-2026 ($/m)

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Abengoa
Acciona
ACCIONA Agua
ACS Group
AdelaideAqua Pty
Advanced Water Technology
Aqualia
Aquasure Consortium
Aquatech International Corporation
ArabCo
Befesa
Beijing Enterprises Water Group
BHP Billition
Biwater
Cadagua
Carbon Holdings
Chennai Metro Water
Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile
Dahej SEZ Limited
Degrémont
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd
Doosan Vina
Dow Chemical
Dual Media Filter
Dubai Electricity & Water Authority
Dynamic System Inc
Energy Recovery Inc.
Entrecanales y Tavora
Entropie
Ferrovial, S.A
Fisia Italimpianti
Flowserve
GDF Suez Energy International
General Electric
General Electric Water & Process Technologies
GMR Data
Granite Hacarmel Investments
GS Inima
Hangzhou Water
Hanwha Engineering and Construction
Hitachi
Hydranautics
Hydrochem Saudi Ltd
Hyflux
Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co.
IDE Technologies Ltd
InfraMaroc
IVRCL Infrastructure & Projects Ltd
J.F. Shea Construction, Inc.
Kazyna Capital Management
Kiewit Infrastructure West
King Abdulaziz City Science and Technology
L’Algérienne Des Eaux
Macquarie Capital Group
Metco
Minrav Holdings
MIT
Mitsubishi Corporation
Modern Water
National BlueStar (Group) Co, Ltd
National Power and Water Co., LLC (Oman)
Noor Vijeh Company (NVCo)
Ocif
OECD
Office Cherifién des Phosphates
Orascom
Orpic
Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation
Reliance Industries
Sacyr Group
Sadyt
Saipem S.p.A.
San Diego County Water Authority
SDIC (State Development and Investment Corporation)
Sembcorp
Sidem
Suez Environment
Suez Environment –Degrémont
Sumitomo Corporation
Tahal Group
Técnicas Reunidas
Tedagua
Tetra Tech
The Saline Water Conversion Corporation
Tokyo Electric Power Co
Toyo Thai Corporation Company Limited
Toyota Tsusho
Trility Pty Ltd
Valoriza Agua
Veolia Environment SA
WABAG Ltd.
Water Reuse Association
WHO
World Bank
WorleyParsons
Zachry-Parsons