The MEED view of the GCC wastewater market 2009
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The drive for capacity - Sewage treatment capacity will have to more than double over the next six years, according to new MEED Insight report GCC Wastewater 2009.

The drive for capacity - Sewage treatment capacity will have to more than double over the next six years, according to new MEED Insight report GCC Wastewater 2009.

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The MEED view of the GCC wastewater market 2009 The MEED view of the GCC wastewater market 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • GCC Wastewater 2009: The drive for capacity
  • GCC Wastewater 2009: the drive for capacity
    • This MEED Insight report offers unique insight into the
    • dynamics of this evolving sector to 2015
    • Gain exclusive insight on GCC market size and potential, new
    • opportunities, risk and key industry data
    • This 57 page report by MEED Insight provides comprehensive
    • insight on:
    • Anticipated new treatment capacity and investment to 2015
    • The role of the private sector and technology in developing new capacity
    • Overviews of the six GCC wastewater markets
    • The key players involved
  • Sample from the table of contents
    • Order the full MEED Insight report:
    • GCC Wastewater 2009: the drive for capacity for $2,000 (subscribers to MEED) or $2,200 (non-subscribers)
    • Download the ORDER FORM (PDF)
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  • Sample exclusive content from the report
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  • Sample exclusive content from the report
  • Sample exclusive content from the report
  • Quote from GCC Wastewater 2009: the drive for capacity
    • “ In 2009-2015, more than 5.5 million of cm/d of
    • new treatment capacity is expected to be added
    • in the GCC”
  • Order your copy today…
    • Order the full MEED Insight report: GCC Wastewater 2009: the drive for capacity for $2,000 (subscribers to MEED) or $2,200 (non-subscribers)
    • Download the ORDER FORM (PDF)
  • About us
    • About MEED Insight
    • MEED Insight specializes in bespoke research and Middle East research reports. MEED Insight draws on the knowledge and expertise of MEED’s research team to provide a range of bespoke services including:
    • Market assessments - for companies wishing to break into a Middle East market
    • Data analysis - access to a wealth of regional data
    • Off-the-shelf research reports - on a wide range of sectors and industries
    • MEED Insight’s tailored research can cover industry scoping, market surveys, evaluation and forecasting, market entry assistance and competitor analysis . Thanks to its own projects index, MEED Projects, MEED Insight also has access to unparalleled information on the region’s project market.
    • To find out how MEED Insight can assist your organization achieve its information objectives, please email: [email_address] or call: +971 (0) 4 367 1302 today
  • Quotes from the full report…
    • “ Expatriate residents will be vulnerable to any tariff hikes”
    • “ Some 190,000 cm/d of new wastewater will be required in Muscat up to 2015”
    • “ Today the wastewater network covers about 65 per cent of Kuwait ”
    • “ The Doha North STP is Qatar’s flagship wastewater project”
    • “ Saudi Arabia is home to nearly a quarter of global desalination capacity”
    • “ The STP programme is the most advanced element in ADSSC’s privatization initiative”
  • GCC Wastewater 2009: the drive for capacity www.meed.com /insight