Middle East Water, 2021 - Water and Wastewater Project and Investment Opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa - MEED Insights

Middle East Water, 2021 - Water and Wastewater Project and Investment Opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa - MEED Insights

Summary


While the Covid-19 pandemic has damaged prospects across many of the region’s traditional business sectors, it has boosted the outlook for water and wastewater investment in the Middle East and North Africa.

In a region characterised by a lack of rivers, lakes and rainfall, water security has long been a priority, but the pandemic has refocused Middle East states on the vital importance of water security.

GCC water demand is set to rise by about 62 per cent by 2025. Demand growth on this scale necessitates significant capital investment in new capacity. Such investment is happening. About $80bn-worth of water and wastewater projects are currently planned or underway across the GCC. Governments are backing large-scale strategic investment programmes to increase water production and storage capacity, to expand wastewater and sewage treatment capacity, and to modernise dilapidated water transmission and distribution networks.

Already established in the desalination sector, the PPP model is growing in importance in sewage treatment, transmission and storage.

Scope

- This report is the latest premium market intelligence report from MEED, the world’s leading provider of Middle East business intelligence.
- It provides a comprehensive snapshot of the growing business and project opportunities in the Middle East’s water and wastewater sector.
- Using exclusive data from MEED’s project tracking database MEED Projects. Middle East Water 2021 provides a detailed review of investment plans across the region, and it assesses the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the market, along with other commercial and technological challenges.
- Written by MEED, the Middle East market experts within the GlobalData Group, ""Middle East Water, 2021"" is a high-value asset for anyone doing business in Middle East water.

Reasons to Buy

- Covers 13 countries in the Middle East and North Africa
- Comprehensive snapshot of business and project opportunities in the Middle East’s water and wastewater sector
- Exclusive data from MEED’s project tracking database MEED Projects, Middle East Water 2021
- Detailed review of water and wastewater investment plans across the Middle East and North Africa
- Includes an assessment of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the market
- Examines commercial and technological challenges
 

1.Middle East water and wastewater
1.1 Market overview
1.1.1 Covid crisis unsettles water demand and supply
1.1.2 Mena utility project contract awards
1.1.3 Public-private partnership moves forward amid Covid-19 crisis
1.1.4 Water security trends upwards in region
1.2 The GCC water market
1.2.1 GCC prioritises water projects
1.2.2 Rise of water PPP in the GCC region
1.2.3 GCC independent water capacity surges
1.3 Project activity
1.4 Water project activity by country
1.5 Water project activity by subsector
1.6 Leading clients
1.7 MEED Water Developer Rankings 2021
1.8 Leading contractors
1.9 Future projects and forecasts
2.The impact of Covid-19
2.1 The impact of Covid-19 on the Middle East
2.1.1 Covid-19 pushes GCC water agenda
2.1.2 Low oil price to drive water projects
2.1.3 Covid-19 impact by country
3.Algeria
4.Bahrain
5.Egypt
6.Iran
7.Iraq
8.Jordan
9.Kuwait
10.Lebanon
11.Morocco
12.Oman
13.Qatar
14.Saudi Arabia
15.UAE
Disclaimer
 


List Of Tables

Table 1: Mena top upcoming desalination projects ($m) and (cm/d)
Table 2: IWP projects and prices in the GCC
Table 3: Top Mena water and wastewater projects pipeline ranked by value ($m)
Table 4: Algeria water sector key facts
Table 5: List of completed IWPPs in Algeria
Table 6: Water supply for urban population facts
Table 7: Algeria safe drinking water facts (%)
Table 8: Algeria population growth by province, 2008−2020
Table 9: Average daily water endowment for every province in Algeria
Table 10: Surface water by water shade in Algeria
Table 11: Details of dams installed in Algeria
Table 12: Water desalination station in operation
Table 13: List of completed desalination projects in Algeria
Table 14: Future desalination projects in Algeria
Table 15: ONA key facts as of February 2018
Table 16: Wastewater plants in Algeria
Table 17: Wastewater treatment projects in Algeria
Table 18: Bahrain water sector key facts
Table 19: Water storage capacity in Bahrain, 2014−2018
Table 20: Total Water Production Capacity in Bahrain, 2018
Table 21: Desalination plants in operation in Bahrain
Table 22: Annual Production of Desalinated Water & Abstraction of Ground Water, 2014−2018
Table 23: Bahrain upcoming private water & desalination projects by value
Table 24: Bahrain upcoming water transmission projects by value
Table 25: Wastewater discharge from treatment plants in Bahrain
Table 26: Wastewater discharge in Bahrain by company
Table 27: Bahrain upcoming wastewater treatment projects by value
Table 28: Leading wastewater sector contractors in Bahrain
Table 29: Egypt water sector key facts
Table 30: Nile basin Treaties and Agreements
Table 31: Drinking Water Statistics, 2015−2016
Table 32: Capacity of major desalination plants in Egypt, cubic metres/day
Table 33: SCZone potable and municipal water supplies (cm/d)
Table 34: Desalination projects underway in Egypt
Table 35: Upcoming desalination projects in Egypt
Table 36: Types of cultivated plants using treated wastewater
Table 37: Water and Wastewater Sector Measurement Index in 2030 Vision
Table 38: Major wastewater treatment projects underway in Egypt
Table 39: Upcoming wastewater treatment projects in Egypt
Table 40: Iran water sector key facts
Table 41: List of IWPPs in Iran
Table 42: Iran water & desalination projects under construction
Table 43: List of completed desalination projects in Iran as of December 2020
Table 44: Iran wastewater treatment projects under construction
Table 45: Iran wastewater treatment projects in pre-execution
Table 46: Iran leading wastewater contractors
Table 47: Iraq water sector key facts
Table 48: Total water supply and demand for different purposes in southern provinces of Iraq
Table 49: Historical and future water demands in Iraq (billion cubic metres/year)
Table 50: Population and Potable Water Demand for different water shares
Table 51: Domestic water supply and demands
Table 54: Industrial water demand in Dhi Qar Province of Iraq
Table 55: Industrial water demand in Maysan Province of Iraq
Table 56: Agricultural production and water demand for irrigation in Al Basrah and Al Muthanna p
Table 57: Agricultural production and water demand for irrigation in Dhi Qar and Maysan
Table 58: Installed hydropower capacity in Iraq
Table 59: Storage Capacity of different Water Control Structures in Iraq
Table 60: The number and output of large and small plants in the provinces of Iraq
Table 61: Sewage treatment plants in Iraq governorates
 


List Of Figures

Figure 1: GCC independent water project tariffs
Figure 2: Mena water sector deals by sector (%), 20112020*
Figure 3: Mena water sector deals by sector ($m), 20112020*
Figure 4: Mena water and wastewater projects by year ($m), 20112020*
Figure 5: Mena water and wastewater deals by country ($m), 20112020*
Figure 6: Mena water and wastewater deals by country ($m) and year, 20112020*
Figure 7: Mena water and wastewater project awards by subsector ($m), 20112020*
Figure 8: Top 10 clients in the Mena water and wastewater sector ($m)
Figure 9: Top 10 contractors in the Mena water and wastewater sector ($m)
Figure 10: Mena unawarded water and wastewater projects by country
Figure 11: Mena unawarded water and wastewater projects by sector
Figure 12: Mena unawarded water and wastewater projects by status
Figure 13: Water sources and infrastructure in Algeria
Figure 14: Water usage by sector, 2011
Figure 15: Future water demand by sector, 2030
Figure 16: Algeria population (million), 2015−2025
Figure 17: Map of Taksebt dam and transfer
Figure 18: Bahrain water desalination by technology (per cent), 2018
Figure 19: Water consumption by sector (per cent), 2018
Figure 20: Population in Bahrain (million) 2015−2025
Figure 21: Total population vs urban population in Bahrain (m), 2010−2025
Figure 22: Bahrain water supply by sector (%), 2014
Figure 23: Evolution of Wastewater treatment in Bahrain
Figure 24: Egyptian water project activity, 2010−2014 vs 2015−2019
Figure 25: Water withdrawal by sector (per cent), 2017
Figure 26: Water per capita availability (cubic metres), 1959−2025
Figure 27: Drinking water supply by source (per cent), 2016
Figure 28: Number of wastewater treatment plants in each governorate
Figure 29: Graphical representation of the sewage treatment plant process
Figure 30: Water withdrawal per sector, 2016
Figure 31: Iran population (million), 2015−2025
Figure 32: Layout of the R2 reservoir
Figure 33: Water usage by sector
Figure 34: Iraq population (million), 2015−2025
Figure 35: Number of cases with transitional diseases transmitted through contaminated water and food
Figure 36: Jordan water demand and supply, 2015−2025 (million cubic metres)
Figure 37: Jordan water demand by sector, 2015−2025
Figure 38: Jordan water supply, 2015−2025 (million cubic metres)
Figure 39: Water Consumption by Sector (per cent), 2017
Figure 40: Total water resources in the kingdom (per cent), 2018
Figure 41: Groundwater Basins in Jordan, 2017
Figure 42: Locations of the sixteen Hot Spots identified in Jordan
Figure 43: Treated Wastewater Volumes (million cubic metres), 2007−2017
Figure 44: Wastewater Treatment Plants in Jordan as of 2017
Figure 45: Locations of the 33 centralised wastewater treatment plants in Jordan
Figure 46: Total renewable water resources per capita in the Mena region by country, 2017
Figure 47: Forecast of desalination demand and available capacity, 2014−2030 (MIGD)
Figure 48: Kuwait PPP Timeline
Figure 49: Population in Kuwait (million) 2015−2025
Figure 50: Total population vs Urban population in Kuwait (million), 2010−2025
Figure 51: Kuwait power and desalination plants (includes planned Al-Khiran facility)
Figure 52: Kuwait’s sewage network
Figure 53: Kuwait’s wastewater treatment capacity (cm/d), 2013−2030
Figure 54: Kuwait’s planned wastewater network
Figure 55: TSE produced by STPs, 2010 (cm/d)
Figure 56: Kuwait’s planned network schemes
 


Middle East and Africa Healthcare Construction Projects, 2021 Update - Sector Overview, Project Analytics by Country and Key Operators (Contractors, Consultants and Project Owners)

Middle East and Africa Healthcare Construction Projects, 2021 Update - Sector Overview, Project Analytics by Country and Key Operators (Contractors, Consultants and Project Owners)This report provides a detailed analysis of

USD 1950 View Report

Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Projects H2 2021 - Outlook for Major Projects in the Middle East and North Africa in H2 2021 - MEED Insights

Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Projects H2 2021 - Outlook for Major Projects in the Middle East and North Africa in H2 2021 - MEED InsightsThe MENA region is

USD 3000 View Report

Middle East Infectious Disease Testing Market Shares Countries

2024 Middle East Infectious Disease Testing Market Shares in 11 Countries--Competitive Analysis of Leading and Emerging Market Players This new report provides infectious diseases testing market shares for Bahrain, Iran,

USD 1500 View Report

Middle East Infectious Disease Testing Market Shares Countries

2024 Middle East Infectious Disease Testing Market Shares in 11 Countries--Competitive Analysis of Leading and Emerging Market Players This new report provides infectious diseases testing market shares for Bahrain, Iran,

USD 1500 View Report

Fill The Form For Sample Request

Note : * Kindly provide us with your company id and get the sample reports at the earliest.

There is no Reviews available