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MENA Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Market

  1. 1. Water and Wastewater Infrastructure inMiddle East and North Africa: Mounting Demand, Major Challenges and Opportunities Nideshna Naidu, Industry Analyst Environment and Building Technologies April 19, 2011
  2. 2. Today’s Presenter Nideshna Naidu, Industry Analyst Frost & Sullivan Tanu Chopra, Assistant Manager, Corporate Communications, Frost & Sullivan 2
  3. 3. Focus Points Introduction Market Dynamics Market Overview and Trends Industry Challenges Across Value Chain Major Drivers and Restraints Total Market Revenues 2020 Mega Trends Growth Opportunities Conclusion 3
  4. 4. Introduction 4
  5. 5. Water Facts – Renewable Water Resources in MENA Renewable Water Resources (2005) (m3/capita/year) Kuwait 0 UAE 78 Water scarcity KSA 91 1,000 m3/person Liby a 104 Qatar 116 Bahrain 145 Jordan 156 Y emen 198 Palestine 213 Israel 271 Oman 333 Algeria 440 Tunisia 496 Egy pt 752 Morocco 886 Lebanon 1150 Sy ria 1426 Iran 2022 Iraq 2892 Turkey 3292 5
  6. 6. Water Facts – High Water Consumption in MENA Countries Using More Water than Naturally Available Jordan Egypt Israel Oman Bahrain Qatar Saudi Libya UAE Kuwait 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Percentage (%) 6
  7. 7. Market Definition WATER & WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET WATER TREATMENT WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK WASTEWATER COLLECTION & DISPOSAL NETWORK 7
  8. 8. Market Dynamics 8
  9. 9. Market Overview and Trends MARKET OVERVIEW CURRENT MARKET TRENDS 1. Concept of Integrated1. Market following high growth Water & Power Projects trajectory (IWPP)2. Government’s backing 2. Public-Private Partnership development of water and (PPP) projects wastewater infrastructure 3. Government initiatives to3. Water and wastewater raise funds through infrastructure companies partner infrastructure funds, with domestic investment private equity funds and companies to execute projects IPO’s 9
  10. 10. Industry Challenges Across Value Chain Transmission Transmission Sewage Sewage Treatment Treatment and and Customer Service Customer Service Usage Usage Collection and Collection and Distribution Distribution Treatment TreatmentQuality of water High Water Long Responsive Lack of effective Operationalsupplied to end- Delivery Costs. time. demand Efficiencyusers management The Water Lack of continuous LimitedEnvironmental Distribution Service Lack of treatmentChallenges in coverage in awareness on facility and no TechnicalDesalination and MENA region is water proper problems withground water very poor when management sewage metersreserves. compared to network international Tariffs belowHigh cost of standards. recovery costrecycling hence very lesswastewater revenues generated 10
  11. 11. Challenge in both forms – Quantity and Quality H Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, I Jordan, West Bank Water Quality Severity Lebanon, Morocco, G and Gaza, Yemen Syria, Tunisia H Bahrain, Kuwait, L Oman, Qatar, Saudi O Arabia, United Arab W Emirates LOW HIGH Water Quantity Severity 11
  12. 12. Major Drivers and Restraints Water Scarcity and Low Replenishment Rates Growth in EconomicD Population and D DiversificationR Urbanization Awareness on RI Water Crisis IV VE ER RS SR RE ES ST TR RA High water A Lack of awarenessI Inefficient water consumption I of saving drinkingN management practices N waterT practices TS S Short Term High Impact Medium Term Medium Impact Long Term Low Impact Source: Frost & Sullivan 12
  13. 13. Total Market RevenuesThe water & wastewater infrastructure market is valued at $ 9billion and was divided among the following geographicmarket segments as shown below. ROME 3% North Africa 25% GCC 72% Source: Frost & Sullivan 13
  14. 14. 2020 Mega Trends Green Concepts to Smart Concepts s tie t Ci Emphasis on ar Wastewater Recycle Sm gy and Reuse Te chnolo MEGA TRENDS Infrastructure Economic Development Diversification 14
  15. 15. Growth Opportunities 15
  16. 16. Technology Roadmap 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 Bio Solids Energy from Drinking Municipal Management Zero Liquid WastewaterEvolution of water Wastewater DischargeWater Advanced Re-Use and Integrated NetworkManagement Thermal W&WW Treatment Recycling Management Turnkey Design &Strategies in Desalination Solutions Build Chemical freethe Packaged treatment Small-Scale PlantsEnvironment Membrane RO Desalination Desalination Service AlternativeSector Technology Sources Outsourcing Worldwide Systems for Small Industrial Sewerage Sanitation Communities W&WW Connection Water & Wastewater Water Water Re-Use Treatment Management & Recycling 16
  17. 17. Market Attractiveness 5 4Level of Private Participation Saudi Arabia UAE Egypt 3 Kuwait Qatar Oman Bahrain 2 Syria Jordan Lebanon 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 Demand for New Water/ Wastewater Facilities Source: Frost & Sullivan 17
  18. 18. Beneficiaries of the Unprecedented Growth Design and Planning Electro Services Mechanical Equipment EPC Suppliers Contracting Water & Wastewater Infrastructure Financial Advisory Services Services Water & Wastewater Technology Providers Source: Frost & Sullivan 18
  19. 19. Conclusion 19
  20. 20. Growth and Competitive Factors to Leverage BusinessOpportunities in the MENA Region Offer Advanced Treatment Cost-effective Technologies technologies to cater to the mass Emphasis on market Recycle & Reuse projects Competitive Factors Value Engineering Increase in LEVERAGING Population & Urbanization OPPORTUNITIES Leveraging Partnerships Increasing Growth Factors Economical Activities Investments in Demand for Water Desalination Distribution Water Scarcity Networks projects 20
  21. 21. Conclusion Moving forward, MENA region would witness tremendous development in wastewater collection & disposal networks and in enhancing wastewater treatment capacities. MENA is expected to see a rise in projects based on BOO, BOOT, and BOT models to overcome financial constraints. Promising years are ahead for the domestic and international water & wastewater infrastructure developers in MENA and particularly in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt. 21
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  25. 25. For Additional InformationTanu Chopra Sasidhar ChidanamarriAsst. Manager - Corporate Industry ManagerCommunications - MENA Environment & Building Technologies(91) 22 66072037 (91) 44 66814456tanu.chopra@frost.com sasidhar.chidanamarri@frost.comRavinder Kaur Nideshna NaiduAssistant Manager Industry AnalystCorporate Communications- SouthAsia Environment & Building Technologies+91 44 6160 6666 (91) 44 66814366Ravinder.kaur@frost.com nideshna.naidu@frost.com 25

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