The report analyzes the water needs of 18 countries in five world regions. Known projects by country for the next five years are presented, along with estimated capacity additions, market values and growth rates for each world region.
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
The need for pure water is a problem of global proportions. With each passing year, the quality of the planet’s water measurably deteriorates, presenting challenges for the major users. Water treatment has become an area of global concern as individuals, communities, industries, countries and their national institutions strive for ways to keep this essential resource available and suitable for use.
During the past three decades, desalination systems have emerged as effective solutions for transforming saline, brackish and contaminated water into useable and/or potable products. In addition to technical advances in the processes, parallel price drops in the processes, especially membrane-based methods, have made desalination affordable for countries that were previously unable to consider the possibility. This has created a robust and rapidly growing market in which projects and corporate developments are constantly evolving.
This report is designed to be as comprehensive as possible. It is created to be usable by a broad audience of business, technical and regulatory practitioners on a global scale. This document is an information source on the industry, a reference manual on desalination technology and a data resource for decision makers who must stay abreast of the state of the art. This report presents analysis and forward-thinking data that will be advantageous to manufacturers and suppliers, as well as to local, state, and federal governments and foreign legislatures. Engineers, utilities and corporate planners will benefit from accessing information on the global demand for desalination plants.
SCOPE OF REPORT
The study presents an overview of the technical aspects of the well-known thermal desalination methods (i.e., multistage flash distillation, multieffect distillation, vapor compression), membrane desalination processes (i.e., reverse osmosis, nanofiltration) and a few novel desalination methods (e.g., freezing, gas hydrate formation, membrane distillation, capacitive deionization).
Capital costs for various types of plants, as well as operating cost breakdowns, are given to illustrate the average expense of constructing various facilities. These cost estimates are then used to calculate market sizes. A review of proposed projects is listed in individual country outlooks, and estimates for regional desalination capacity additions, market sizes and predicted market growth rates are presented for five world regions: the U.S. and Canada, Europe, the Middle East/Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America/Caribbean.
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