Market Research Report : Water and wastewater management in india 2013

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The new report, ‘Water and Waste Water Management Market in India’, states that growing urbanization and industrialization will foster the growth of the Water and Waste Water Management Market. Negligence and excess exploitation of water resources have resulted in scarcity in water supply. Water and Waste Water Management services facilitate the process of removal, treatment and reuse/disposal of wastewater.
Discharge of untreated wastewater has resulted in depletion of clean water resources along with growth in pollution levels. Water is a key resource and its usage varies across the different sectors of the economy. Water and Wastewater Management Market is a highly fragmented market with key water treatment hubs across the country. The industry primarily follows two business models.
Water and Waste Water Management industry encompasses multiple techniques for the treatment of water and overcome water scarcity and conserve water resources.
The development of the water and wastewater management market is supported by rise in population and urbanization in India. Rapid industrialization is also expected to stimulate market growth. Chronic ground water contamination will enhance the requirement of water and wastewater management services. Fluctuations in ground water level will drive the demand for water and waste water management services. Operational advantages in India will also aid the sustainable development of the water and waste water management market.

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Market Research Report : Water and wastewater management in india 2013

  1. 1. Water and Wastewater Management (WWWM) IndiaWater and Wastewater Management (WWWM) – India  July 2013
  2. 2. Executive Summary Market  Indian water and wastewater management market is currently valued at INR x bn  It is expected to grow with a CAGR of y% till 20‐‐  Many small players are entering the market  WWW treatment demand arises primarily from three major sectors: Agricultural, industrial and domestic  Industrial water treatment is expected to drive this market in the future Drivers &  Challenges Industrial water treatment is expected to drive this market in the future Drivers – Rising Population and Urbanization – Rapid Industrialization – Chronic Ground Water Contamination Challenges – Poor Infrastructure – Water Pricing Mechanism – Unaccounted‐for WaterChallenges Chronic Ground Water Contamination – Fluctuations in Ground Water Level  – Operational Advantages in India Unaccounted for Water Government  Bodies and  Requirement for Efficient Governance of Water  Flow of Authority of Water Institutions in India  Institutional Framework in Urban Water Supply  Zth Five Year Plan Investments Recent  D l t  DIWALI Concept  Entry of Foreign Players  Bodies and  Initiatives y  Incentive Structure  Policy Measures by Government of India   Increasing Government Thrust  Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission Developments Competitive  Landscape  Popularity of PPP Model Major Players Player A Player B Player C Player D Player E Player F 2WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Player D Player E Player F
  3. 3. •Macroeconomic Indicators •India’s Water Situation d i•Introduction •Sectoral Demand for Water •Market Overview•Market Overview    •Wastewater Treatment Techniques •Drivers & Challenges•Drivers & Challenges •Government Bodies and Initiatives •Recent Developmentsp •Competitive Landscape •Market Entry 3WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT •Appendix
  4. 4. SAMPLEEconomic Indicators (1/3) Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly  600 500 INR bn x6 x5 x3500 400 300 200 100 x4 x3 x2 x1 Exchange Rate: Monthly 100 0 Month ‐‐Month ‐‐Month ‐‐Month ‐‐Month ‐‐Month ‐‐ g y 55.0 x2 USD/INR x1 54.0 54.5 x3 x6 x2 x5 x4 4 53.5 Month 20‐‐Month 20‐‐ Month 20‐‐ Month 20‐‐Month 20‐‐Month 20‐‐ WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  5. 5. SAMPLE Different water quality standards are laid out by the  Regulatory Authorities in India SAMPLEIndian Water Quality Standards Class of  water Designated‐Best‐Use Criteria/Specifications water X1 Segments • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 X2 Segments • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 X3 Segments • Point 1X3 Segments Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 X4 Segments • Point 1 • Point 2• Point 2 • Point 3 X5 Segments • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 5WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT • Point 4 Below X6 Segments • Point 1
  6. 6. WWWM goods & services facilitates the process of removal,  treatment and reuse/disposal of wastewater Water and Wastewater Management – Introduction (2/2) Wastewater Goods and Services Wastewater Treatment Procedures •Point 1 •Point 2 X Y Z A •Point 3 •Point 4 •Point 5 • X1 • X2 • Y1 • Y2 • Z1 • Z2 •Point 1 • X3 • X4 • X5 • X6 • Y3 • Y4 • Z3 • Z4 B •Point 2 •Point 3 •Point 4 •Point 5 •Point 6 X6 • X7 6WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Point 6 •Point 7 Point 1
  7. 7. Agricultural sector is the largest consumer of water in the  form of irrigation  Current Water Usage Pattern in India : Market Forces at Work Key Market Boosters Key Issues Segment A • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 1 • Point 2 Segment B • Point 1 • Point 1 Segment C •Point 1 •Point 2 • Point 1 Sustainable Water Consumption – Steps Required Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Water Consumption Levels in Various Countries x2 y2 z2 y1 z1 Segment C Segment B Segment A 7WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Point 3 Point 4 BA x1 Segment C
  8. 8. Rapid urbanization and industrialization is expected to spur the  Indian WWWM market  Market Size – WWWM (Value‐Wise) INR bn x6Z% x5 x4 x3 x2 x1 x6Z% 0 20‐‐e20‐‐e20‐‐e20‐‐e20‐‐ 20‐‐e Wastewater Treatment DemandWastewater Treatment Demand Z% Y% S A X% Segment B Segment A Segment C 8WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT X% 20‐‐
  9. 9. Watershed development projects are an efficient tool to  manage natural resources such as water Waste Water Treatment Water Treatment • Point 1 • Point 2 Watershed Management  Fund Allocation x4 x3 x2 • Point 3 x1 P j t M t Ph DBCA X Phase Y Phase Z Phase Project Management PhasesFinancing pattern of X A A C E B D F A B 9WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Point 1C
  10. 10. Wastewater treatment industry in India mainly adopts the  following  techniques SAMPLE Types of Wastewater Treatment Technologies (2/2) • Point 1 A • Point 2 B • Point 1 • Point 2 C • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 D • Point 1 10WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT • Point 2
  11. 11. Drivers & Challenges – Summary Drivers Challenges Rising Population and Urbanization  Rapid Industrialization Poor Infrastructure Water Pricing Mechanism Chronic Ground Water Contamination  Fluctuations in Ground Water Level  Unaccounted‐for Water Operational Advantages in India 11WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  12. 12. Low cost makes India a very attractive destination to set up  waste water management plants ImpactOperational Advantages in India • Finding 1 • Sub‐ Finding 1g A •Point 1 •Point 2 Sub‐Point 1 Major  Operational  Advantages  in India B •Point 1 •Point 2 in India C •Point 1 •Point 2 •Point 1 12WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT D •Point 1 Sub‐point 1
  13. 13. Certain fundamental requirements need to be fulfilled for  the institutional effectiveness of the water sector  SAMPLE Requirements for Efficient Governance of Water Water Governance SAMPLE Segment A Segment B Segment X Segment Y •X1 •X2 •X3 • Y1 • Y2 • Y3 •Y1 •Y2 •X3 •X4 • Y3 • Y4 • Y5 • Y6 • Y7 •Y3 •Y4 13WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Note: NRW‐ Non revenue water
  14. 14. Recent Developments – Summary DIWALI Concept  Recent  lDevelopments  Popularity of PPP Model Entry of Foreign Players Popularity of PPP Model y g y 14WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  15. 15. The X concept is expected to address India’s water‐related  challenges X – The ‘X’ Concept (2/2) Technology Concepts A B C DA B C D E F HG I Point 1 15WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  16. 16. Competitive Benchmarking (1/5) Public Trading Comparables (FY 20‐‐)  Company 1 Company 2 Company 3 Company 4 Market Capitalization (INR  mn) ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ Share Price (INR) ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ EV/EBITDA (x) ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ /EV/Revenue (x) ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ PE Ratio ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 16WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  17. 17. Public: Domestic Company – Company A (1/4) Company Information Offices and Centres – India  Corporate Address Address Tel No. 91 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐Tel No. 91  Fax No. 91 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Website website Year of Incorporation 19‐‐ Products and Services Ticker Symbol ‐‐‐‐‐‐ Stock Exchange ‐‐‐ Key People Products and Services Category Products/Services Segment Product 1, product 2, product  N D i ti Head Office 3,…………………. Others Product 1, product 2, product 3……… Name Designation Person 1 Designation Person 2 Designation Person 3 Designation 17 , p , p Person 4 Designation WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
  18. 18. i i l S h K i Public: Domestic Company – Company A (2/4) Financial Snapshot Key Ratios Particulars  y‐o‐y change  (2012‐11) 2012 2011 2010 2009 Profitability Ratios Operating Margin 4.18 6.63% 2.45% 7.56% 6.66% Net Profit/LossTotal Income 60000 80000 3 000 4,000 INR mn INR mn y4y1 y3y2 Net Margin ‐2.44 ‐1.27% 1.18% 0.64% 1.06% Profit Before Tax Margin ‐3.14 ‐0.31% 2.82% 2.30% 2.89% Return on Equity ‐8.70 ‐4.22% 4.48% 1.95% 2.94% Return on Capital Employed 3.74 7.00% 3.26% 8.70% 7.11% Return on Working Capital ‐13.05 ‐41.88% ‐28.83% 72.52% 84.18% Return on Assets 1.69 3.30% 1.60% 4.41% 3.16% 0 20000 40000 60000 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 20‐‐ x4 x2 20‐‐ x1 20‐‐ x3 20‐‐ Return on Fixed Assets 11.80 20.65% 8.85% 11.80% 9.74% Cost Ratios Operating costs (% of Sales) ‐7.41 70.17% 77.58% 83.00% 84.27% Administration costs (% of  Sales) 2.55 19.38% 16.84% 6.32% 6.07% Interest costs (% of Sales) 2.58 7.54% 4.96% 4.85% 4.76% Financial Summary  • The company earned a net profit of INR  x  mn in FY 20‐‐, as  compared to net profit of INR  y mn in FY 20‐‐ • The company reported total income of INR y mn in FY 20‐‐,  registering an increase of % over FY 20 Interest costs (% of Sales) % % % % Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio ‐4.44% 0.85 0.89 1.12 1.07 Cash Ratio 7.01% 0.12 0.11 0.11 0.11 Leverage Ratios Debt to Equity Ratio 26.01% 3.65 2.90 2.24 2.26 b i l i registering an increase of z% over FY 20‐‐ • The company earned an operating margin of y1 % in FY 20‐‐, an  increase of x2 percentage points over FY 20‐‐ • The company reported debt to equity ratio of z1 in FY 20‐‐ Key Financial Performance Indicators Indicators Value (dd/mm/yyyy) Market Capitalization (INR mn) ‐ Total Enterprise Value (INR mn) ‐ EPS (INR) Debt to Capital Ratio 5.59% 0.79 0.74 0.69 0.69 Interest Coverage Ratio 71.49% 0.90 0.52 1.58 1.42 Efficiency Ratios Fixed Asset Turnover ‐10.53% 3.04 3.40 1.54 1.44 Asset Turnover ‐21.14% 0.49 0.62 0.58 0.47 Current Asset Turnover ‐20.63% 1.08 1.36 1.04 0.79 18WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT EPS (INR) ‐ PE Ratio (Absolute) ‐ Working Capital Turnover ‐44.31% ‐6.17 ‐11.09 9.48 12.42 Capital Employed Turnover ‐24.03% 0.70 0.92 0.93 0.84 Improved Decline
  19. 19. Public: Domestic Company – Company A (3/4) Key Business Segments Key Geographic Segments 100% Segment A 100% BA Company A has earned100% 50% 0% X 0% 50% 100% x4 y2 y3 x3 y4 x2 y1 x1 Company A has earned  revenues from this segment  only for the last X fiscals Business Highlights 0% 20‐‐ 0% 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐20‐‐ Description  News Overview • Operates as a civil engineering construction company in Country A • Involved in designing, engineering, and building (EPC) transportation projects, including bridges, flyovers,  roadways, and railways; and power projects, such as nuclear, hydroelectric, and thermal power projects,  as well as executing high voltage transmission linesOverview as well as executing high voltage transmission lines • Engages in oil exploration and realty development businesses • Has initiated talks with investors to sell up to x% stake in its listed subsidiary, Company B • Intends to amalgamate its x% power generating subsidiary Company C with itself Certifications • It is the only Country A Construction Company to have been accredited with X  for all fields of Civil  19WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT Certifications Engineering Works including design
  20. 20. Various factors lead to potential water crisis in India which  can be dealt with by providing solutions and opportunities   Strategic Recommendations A B C D • Point 1 • Point 1 • Point 1 • Point 2 IONS • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 • Point 1 SOLUTI • Point 1 • Point 1 • Point 1 NITIES • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 4 • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 1 • Point 2 • Point 3 • Point 1 OPPORTUN 20WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA 2013.PPT
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