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GWI DesalData is produced by Global Water Intelligence, the unchallenged leader in highvalue business information for the international water sector.
For 15 years Global Water Intelligence has been helping clients make the most informed strategic decisions by providing expert-led publications, newsletters, databases and market research reports. Over the years, we have acquired an expert team of researchers and journalists with backgrounds in finance, economics, water and technology who are extremely well-connected. Our team has an unparalleled network of senior executives, utility and industry leaders working within the business of water, enabling us to bring you exclusive and reliable insights into the key trends, developments and opportunities within the water sector.
The portfolio of intelligence we produce has expanded significantly since 2002. Since launching Global Water Intelligence Magazine, we have acquired and developed The Water Desalination Report, WaterData and have become the commercial partner of The Produced Water Society. We have also published deep dive market research reports spanning a range of key markets including heavy water-using industries, control and monitoring systems, the oil and gas markets, municipal and industrial water technology and services as well as 4 editions of the bestselling, industry-renowned Global Water Market report.
GWI DesalData is the culmination of this expansive research portfolio, the goal is to bring our research together in a single, intuitive online platform that makes it easy for our customers to access intelligence that will drive their business forward in the touch of a button.
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DesalData Market Report, July 2020
The Desalination & Reuse sector will be a resilient market through and after the COVID-19 crisis. Strong fundamental drivers such as worsening water scarcity and increasing industrial water demand will continue to drive growth across the sector. With the desalination project boom in the Middle East looking to pick back up again after a short delay, and water reuse high on the agenda in China and the USA, there are plenty of opportunities for businesses that can position themselves to capitalise on these high growth markets. The same drivers are leading to increasing interest in brine concentration technologies such as evaporators and crystallisers from industry.
Capitalising on the opportunities created by these trends is key and will require an in-depth knowledge of international markets, extensive forecast data for market size, growth and distribution of activity. GWI’s Desal & Reuse report offers granular forecasts to 2025, market insights and competitor intelligence needed to ensure you get the most out of this growing market.
Included in the report:
- CAPEX and OPEX forecasts: Equipment/service type, plant type, region, end-user.
- Contracted and Operating capacity forecasts: Technology, region, end-user.
- Reuse forecast by: Region, installed capacity by reuse application and treatment level, installed triple barrier and tertiary treatment by capacity and country.
- 10 Detailed Country profiles: China, Egypt, India, Israel, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, United States
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