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Private Sector Participation in Water

  • December 2014
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  • Global Water Intelligence
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The global water industry is on the verge of significant structural change. Driven by the need to improve performance and changes in the financing environment, the clear lines between the public and private sector will become increasingly blurred over the next decade. It will create a flood of opportunity for both investors and water service companies.
Private Sector Participation in Water documents these emerging opportunities both for those looking to deploy capital in the sector and those interested in new business models for selling their expertise into the sector. It lays out all the information you will need to develop a dynamically successful strategy to make the most of the new paradigm for water service delivery.

Table Of Contents

Private Sector Participation in Water
Private Sector Participation in Water
Publication information ii
Executive summary iii
Total population served by private water iii
Annual incremental population served by PSP in water iii
Operating expenditure forecast for PSP in water to 2020 v
Top 10 markets by combined capex and opex (2015-2020) and by compound annual growth rate (2014-2020) v
Top 15 private water companies by share of population served v
1. The new water outsourcing market 1
1.1 Overview 1
Figure 1.1 EPC and IWPP procurement compared: Ras Al-Khair versus Marafiq Jubail 1
Figure 1.2 Private water operators increasing urban water supply coverage 2
Figure 1.3 Operating cost comparison: EPC vs IWPP 2
1.2 Opposition to private water 4
1.3 Recent trends in private water 4
1.4 New directions in private water 6
1.4.1 Low interest rates 6
Figure 1.4 Capital intensity of different utility operations 6
Figure 1.5 Interest rates implied by US treasury yields since 1970 6
1.4.2 Growing pressures on public sector finances 7
1.4.3 Growing demands on the water sector 7
Figure 1.6 The cycle of utility service decline 8
1.4.4 Summary 9
Figure 1.7 Private sector participation: Market drivers 9
1.5 Definition of private sector participation 10
1.5.1 Other definitions 10
1.6 PSP models 11
Figure 1.8 PSP models by scope and by capital exposure 11
Figure 1.9 Water sector procurement models 12
2. Asset procurement 13
2.1 Asset procurement models 13
2.2 PPP asset procurement models in a utility context 14
Figure 2.1 PPP asset procurement in the water cycle 15
2.3 PPP asset procurement market drivers 16
2.3.1 Desalination demand 16
Figure 2.2 PPP asset procurement of desalination capacity since 2000 16
Figure 2.3 Desalination market forecast, 2011-2019 (annual new commissioned capacity) 16
2.3.2 Wastewater treatment demand 17
Figure 2.4 Municipal wastewater treatment plant market by region, 2011-2018 17
Figure 2.5 Top 10 wastewater treatment plant markets, 2011-2018 18
2.3.3 Sludge management demand 18
Figure 2.6 Sludge management spending by category, 2011-2017 19
Figure 2.7 Sludge management spending by region, 2011-2017 19
2.3.4 Other projects 20
2.3.5 Political and economic drivers 20
2.4 The DBO market 21
2.4.1 DBO description 21
Figure 2.8 DBO project structure 21
2.4.2 DBO market development 21
Figure 2.9 DBO market: Annual estimated capex and opex, 2006-2014 22
Figure 2.10 DBO market: Annual contracted capacity by asset type, 2002-2014 22
Figure 2.11 DBO market: Annual contracted capacity by region, 2002-2014 22
Figure 2.12 Top 5 markets for DBO by annual contracted capacity, 2002-2014 23
2.4.3 DBO market drivers and restraints 23
Private Sector Participation in Water
2.4.4 DBO market forecast 23
Figure 2.13 DBO market forecast: Capital and operating expenditure, 2011-2019 23
Figure 2.14 DBO market forecast: Capital expenditure by asset type, 2011-2019 24
Figure 2.15 DBO market forecast: Operating expenditure by asset type, 2011-2019 24
Figure 2.16 DBO market forecast: Capital expenditure by region, 2011-2019 25
Figure 2.17 DBO market forecast: Operating expenditure by region, 2011-2019 25
2.5 BOT/BOO 26
2.5.1 BOT/BOO description 26
Figure 2.18 Basic BOT project structure 26
Figure 2.19 Salalah IWPP contractual framework 27
2.5.2 BOT market development 27
Figure 2.20 Contract structure: the Abengoa-San Antonio public-private partnership 28
Figure 2.21 BOO/BOT market: Annual estimated capex and opex, 2006-2014 29
Figure 2.22 BOO/BOT market: Annual contracted capacity by asset type, 2002-2014 29
Figure 2.23 BOO/BOT market: Annual contracted capacity by region, 2002-2014 30
Figure 2.24 Top 5 markets for BOO/BOT by annual contracted capacity, 2002-2014 30
2.5.3 Brownfield BOT and TOT 30
2.5.4 BOT market forecast 31
2.6 BOO/BOT market forecast 31
Figure 2.25 BOO/BOT market forecast: Capital and operating expenditure, 2011-2019 31
Figure 2.26 BOO/BOT market forecast: Capital expenditure by asset type, 2011-2019 32
Figure 2.27 BOO/BOT market forecast: Operating expenditure by asset type, 2011-2019 32
Figure 2.28 BOO/BOT market forecast: Capital expenditure by region, 2011-2019 33
Figure 2.29 BOO/BOT market forecast: Operating expenditure by region, 2011-2019 33
Figure 2.30 BOO/BOT market forecast: Capital expenditure on greenfield and brownfield projects, 2011-2019 34
3. Utility outsourcing 35
3.1 Outsourcing models overview 35
3.2 High capex, high control: investor-owned utility models 35
3.2.1 The UK regulatory model 35
3.2.2 Investor-owned utilities in the US 36
3.2.3 Investor-owned utilities in Chile 36
3.2.4 Other investor-owned utilities 36
3.2.5 The outlook for investor-owned utilities 36
Figure 3.1 Capital expenditure by investor-owned utilities, 2011-2019 37
Figure 3.2 Operating expenditure by investor-owned utilities, 2011-2019 37
3.2.6 Secondary sales 38
Figure 3.3 Investor-owned utilities versus the index January 2008-December 2014 38
Figure 3.4 Regulated water and wastewater transactions since 2010 38
Figure 3.5 Sales of water infrastructure assets, concessions and related companies since 2010 40
3.3 Medium high capex: utility leasing 42
3.3.1 Utility leasing in the US 42
3.3.1.1 Rialto, California 42
Figure 3.6 Rialto transaction structure 43
3.3.1.2 Bayonne, New Jersey 43
3.3.1.3 Allentown 43
3.3.1.4 Middletown, Pennsylvania 44
3.3.2 Utility leasing outside the US 44
3.3.3 Forecasting the leasing market 44
Figure 3.7 Long-term leasing up-front payments by investors, 2011-2019 44
3.4 Medium capex: concession models 45
Figure 3.8 Water utility concession structure 45
3.4.1 Concession model market development 45
3.5 Operating/Affermage contracts 46
3.5.1 US contract operations 46
3.5.2 Affermage contracts 46
Figure 3.9 Affermage contract structure 47
3.5.3 The Spanish canon model 47
3.5.4 Operating contract market development 47
Figure 3.10 Remunicipalisation in France 48
Figure 3.11 New and renewed municipal outsourcing contracts in France 49
Figure 3.12 Remunicipalisation in Spain 50
3.5.5 Concession and operations contract market forecast 50
3.5.6 Market forecast: Medium capex 51
Figure 3.13 Top 5 markets for utility concessions by population served and number of projects, 2014 51
Figure 3.14 Population served by utiliy concessions by region, 2006-2019 51
Figure 3.15 Operating expenditure in utility concessions by service area, 2011-2019 52
Figure 3.16 Operating expenditure in utility concessions by region, 2011-2019 52
3.5.7 Market forecast: Low capex 53
Figure 3.17 Top 5 markets for utility outsourcing by population served and number of projects, 2014 53
Figure 3.18 Population served by general utility outsourcing by region, 2006-2019 53
Figure 3.19 Operating expenditure in utility concessions by service area, 2011-2019 54
Figure 3.20 Operating expenditure in outsourced utilities by region, 2011-2019 54
3.6 Management and performance contracts 55
3.6.1 Definition 55
3.6.2 Market development 55
3.6.3 Management contracts 55
Figure 3.21 SEAAL contractual structure 55
Figure 3.22 SEAAL performance targets 56
3.6.4 Performance contracts 57
3.6.4.1 Performance contracts in developing countries 59
Figure 3.23 Internal performance contracting in Uganda 59
3.6.5 Management and performance contract market outlook 60
Figure 3.24 Management and performance contract market forecast, 2006-2019 60
Figure 3.25 Management and performance contract market by population served 60
3.6.6 Knowledge-based service contracts 61
Figure 3.26 Knowledge-based service contracts market forecast, 2006-2019 61
4. Country profiles 62
4.1 Australia 62
4.1.1 Overview 62
Figure 4.1 Major water and wastewater utilities in Australia 62
4.1.1.1 Procurement 63
4.1.1.2 Market players 63
4.1.1.3 Future market directions 63
4.1.2 Projects: Australia 64
Figure 4.2 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 64
Figure 4.3 Major private sector utility contracts 64
Figure 4.4 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 64
4.1.3 Notes on the market forecast 64
4.1.4 Market forecast: Australia 65
Figure 4.5 Market forecast, 2011-2019 65
4.2 Brazil 66
4.2.1 Overview 66
Figure 4.6 State water and sanitation utilities in Brazil 67
4.2.1.1 PPP framework 67
4.2.1.2 Market players 68
4.2.1.3 Future market directions 68
4.2.2 Projects: Brazil 69
Figure 4.7 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 69
Figure 4.8 Major private sector utility contracts 69
Figure 4.9 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 69
4.2.3 Notes on the market forecast 70
4.2.4 Market forecast: Brazil 71
Figure 4.10 Market forecast, 2011-2019 71
4.3 Canada 72
4.3.1 Overview 72
4.3.1.1 PPP framework 72
Figure 4.11 Water and wastewater projects supported by the P3 Canada Fund 72
4.3.1.2 Market players 73
4.3.1.3 Future market directions 73
4.3.2 Projects: Canada 74
Figure 4.12 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 74
Figure 4.13 Major private sector utility contracts 74
Figure 4.14 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 74
4.3.3 Notes on the market forecast 74
4.3.4 Market forecast: Canada 75
Figure 4.15 Market forecast, 2011-2019 75
4.4 Chile 76
4.4.1 Overview 76
4.4.1.1 Market players 76
4.4.1.2 Future market directions 76
4.4.2 Projects: Chile 77
Figure 4.16 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 77
Figure 4.17 Major private sector utility contracts 77
Figure 4.18 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 78
4.4.3 Notes on the market forecast 78
4.4.4 Market forecast: Chile 79
Figure 4.19 Market forecast, 2011-2019 79
4.5 China 80
4.5.1 Overview 80
4.5.1.1 PPP framework 80
4.5.1.2 Market players 81
4.5.1.3 Future market directions 81
4.5.2 Projects: China 82
Figure 4.20 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 82
Figure 4.21 Major private sector utility contracts 82
Figure 4.22 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 83
4.5.3 Notes on the market forecast 83
4.5.4 Market forecast: China 84
Figure 4.23 Market forecast, 2011-2019 84
4.6 Colombia 85
4.6.1 Overview 85
4.6.1.1 PPP framework 85
4.6.1.2 Procurement 85
4.6.1.3 Market players 86
4.6.1.4 Future market directions 86
4.6.2 Projects: Colombia 87
Figure 4.24 Population served with private sector participation 87
Figure 4.25 Major private sector utility contracts 87
Figure 4.26 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 87
4.6.3 Notes on the market forecast 87
4.6.4 Market forecast: Colombia 88
Figure 4.27 Market forecast, 2011-2019 88
4.7 Egypt 89
4.7.1 Overview 89
4.7.1.1 PPP framework 89
4.7.1.2 Market players 89
4.7.1.3 Future market directions 89
4.7.2 Projects: Egypt 91
Figure 4.28 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 91
Figure 4.29 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 91
4.7.3 Notes on the market forecast 91
4.7.4 Market forecast: Egypt 92
Figure 4.30 Market forecast, 2011-2019 92
4.8 France 93
4.8.1 Overview 93
Figure 4.31 Distribution of France's water services according to management type, 2011 93
Figure 4.32 Distribution of France's sanitation services according to management type, 2011 93
4.8.1.1 Market players 94
4.8.1.2 Regulatory framework 94
4.8.1.3 Future market directions 94
4.8.2 Projects: France 95
Figure 4.33 Population served with private sector participation 95
Figure 4.34 Major private sector utility contracts 95
4.8.3 Notes on the market forecast 95
4.8.4 Market forecast: France 96
Figure 4.35 Market forecast, 2011-2019 96
4.9 India 97
4.9.1 Overview 97
4.9.1.1 PPP framework 97
4.9.1.2 Market players 98
4.9.1.3 Future market directions 98
4.9.2 Projects: India 98
Figure 4.36 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 98
Figure 4.37 Major private sector utility contracts 99
Figure 4.38 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 99
4.9.3 Notes on the market forecast 99
4.9.4 Market forecast: India 100
Figure 4.39 Market forecast, 2011-2019 100
4.10 Indonesia 101
4.10.1 Overview 101
4.10.1.1 PPP framework 101
4.10.1.2 Market players 102
4.10.1.3 Future market directions 102
4.10.2 Projects: Indonesia 103
Figure 4.40 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 103
Figure 4.41 Major private sector utility contracts 103
Figure 4.42 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 103
4.10.3 Notes on the market forecast 103
4.10.4 Market forecast: Indonesia 104
Figure 4.43 Market forecast, 2011-2019 104
4.11 Malaysia 105
4.11.1 Overview 105
4.11.1.1 PPP framework 105
Selangor 106
4.11.1.2 Market players 106
4.11.1.3 Future market directions 106
4.11.2 Projects: Malaysia 107
Figure 4.44 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 107
Figure 4.45 Major private sector utility contracts 107
Figure 4.46 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 107
4.11.3 Notes on the market forecast 107
4.11.4 Market forecast: Malaysia 108
Figure 4.47 Market forecast, 2011-2019 108
4.12 Mexico 109
4.12.1 Overview 109
4.12.1.1 PPP framework 109
4.12.1.2 Procurement 109
4.12.1.3 Market players 110
Figure 4.48 Major private operators in Mexico 110
4.12.1.4 Future market directions 110
4.12.2 Projects: Mexico 110
Figure 4.49 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 110
Figure 4.50 Major private sector utility contracts 111
Figure 4.51 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 111
4.12.3 Notes on the market forecast 111
4.12.4 Market forecast: Mexico 112
Figure 4.52 Market forecast, 2011-2019 112
4.13 Morocco 113
4.13.1 Overview 113
4.13.2 Projects: Morocco 114
Figure 4.53 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 114
Figure 4.54 Major private sector utility contracts 114
Figure 4.55 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 114
4.13.3 Notes on the market forecast 114
4.13.4 Market forecast: Morocco 115
Figure 4.56 Market forecast, 2011-2019 115
4.14 Oman 116
4.14.1 Overview 116
4.14.2 Projects: Oman 117
Figure 4.57 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 117
Figure 4.58 Major private sector utility contracts 117
Figure 4.59 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 117
4.14.3 Notes on the market forecast 117
4.14.4 Market forecast: Oman 118
Figure 4.60 Market forecast, 2011-2019 118
4.15 Peru 119
4.15.1 Overview 119
4.15.1.1 PPP framework 119
Figure 4.61 PPP models in Peru according to the National Strategy for PSP in EPS 119
4.15.1.2 Procurement 120
4.15.1.3 Market players 120
4.15.1.4 Future market directions 120
4.15.2 Projects: Peru 121
Figure 4.62 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 121
Figure 4.63 Major private sector utility contracts 121
Figure 4.64 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 121
4.15.3 Notes on the market forecast 121
4.15.4 Market forecast: Peru 122
Figure 4.65 Market forecast, 2011-2019 122
4.16 Saudi Arabia 123
4.16.1 Overview 123
4.16.1.1 Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPPs) 123
4.16.1.2 Market players 124
4.16.1.3 Future market directions 124
4.16.2 Projects: Saudi Arabia 125
Figure 4.66 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 125
Figure 4.67 Major private sector utility contracts 125
Figure 4.68 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 126
4.16.3 Notes on the market forecast 126
4.16.4 Market forecast: Saudi Arabia 127
Figure 4.69 Market forecast, 2011-2019 127
4.17 Spain 128
4.17.1 Overview 128
4.17.1.1 Market players 128
4.17.1.2 BOT contracts 128
4.17.1.3 Future market directions 128
4.17.2 Projects: Spain 130
Figure 4.70 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 130
Figure 4.71 Major private sector utility contracts 130
Figure 4.72 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 131
4.17.3 Notes on the market forecast 131
4.17.4 Market forecast: Spain 132
Figure 4.73 Market forecast, 2011-2019 132
4.18 United Kingdom 133
4.18.1 Overview 133
Figure 4.74 WaSCs and WoCs in England and Wales, 2014 133
Figure 4.75 Water and/or wastewater PFI projects in the UK 134
4.18.1.1 Future market directions 135
4.18.2 Projects: United Kingdom 136
Figure 4.76 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 136
Figure 4.77 Major private sector utility contracts 136
Figure 4.78 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 137
4.18.3 Notes on the market forecast 137
4.18.4 Market forecast: United Kingdom 138
Figure 4.79 Market forecast, 2011-2019 138
4.19 United States 139
4.19.1 Introduction 139
4.19.1.1 The current scenario 139
4.19.1.2 Private sector involvement 139
Figure 4.80 Water and wastewater services by provider type, 2012 140
4.19.2 PPP legislation 140
Figure 4.81 Public-private partnership legislation, 2014 140
4.19.3 Private operations and management (OandM) market 141
4.19.3.1 Traditional OandM market 141
Figure 4.82 Major North American contract operators' revenues, 2008-2013 141
4.19.3.2 Interim management contracts 141
Figure 4.83 Major US interim management contracts, 2012-2014 142
4.19.4 Alternative project management and finance contracts 142
Figure 4.84 Successful P3 projects, 2011-2014 142
4.19.4.1 Future opportunities for PPPs 143
Figure 4.85 Examples of proposed P3 projects 143
4.19.5 Projects: United States 144
Figure 4.86 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 144
Figure 4.87 Major private sector utility contracts 144
Figure 4.88 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 145
4.19.6 Notes on the market forecast 145
4.19.7 Market forecast: United States 146
Figure 4.89 Market forecast, 2011-2019 146
4.20 Vietnam 147
4.20.1 Overview 147
4.20.1.1 PPP Framework 147
4.20.1.2 Market players 147
4.20.1.3 Future market directions 148
4.20.2 Projects: Vietnam 149
Figure 4.90 Population served and treatment capacity with private sector participation 149
Figure 4.91 Major private sector utility contracts 149
Figure 4.92 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 150
4.20.3 Notes on the market forecast 150
4.20.4 Market forecast: Vietnam 151
Figure 4.93 Market forecast, 2011-2019 151
4.21 Regional breakdown 152
4.21.1 Other Americas 152
Figure 4.94 Major private sector utility contracts 152
Figure 4.95 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 152
4.21.1.1 Notes on the market forecast 152
Figure 4.96 Market forecast, 2011-2019 153
4.21.2 Other Europe 154
Figure 4.97 Major private sector utility contracts 154
Figure 4.98 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 154
4.21.2.1 Notes on the market forecast 154
Figure 4.99 Market forecast, 2011-2019 155
4.21.3 Other Middle East 156
Figure 4.100 Major private sector utility contracts 156
Figure 4.101 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 156
4.21.3.1 Notes on the market forecast 156
Figure 4.102 Market forecast, 2011-2019 157
4.21.4 Other Africa 158
Figure 4.103 Major private sector utility contracts 158
Figure 4.104 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 158
4.21.4.1 Notes on the market forecast 158
Figure 4.105 Market forecast, 2011-2019 159
4.21.5 Other Asia Pacific 160
Figure 4.106 Major private sector utility contracts 160
Figure 4.107 Major private sector asset procurement and operations contracts 160
4.21.5.1 Notes on the market forecast 160
Figure 4.108 Market forecast, 2011-2019 161
5. Company profiles 162
5.1 Abengoa 162
Figure 5.1 Ownership and revenues 162
5.1.1 Development 162
5.1.2 Strategy 162
5.1.3 Market position 163
5.1.4 Projects 163
Figure 5.2 Major private sector participation contracts 163
5.2 Acciona Agua 163
Figure 5.3 Ownership and revenues 163
5.2.1 Development 163
5.2.2 Strategy 164
5.2.3 Projects 164
Figure 5.4 Major private sector participation contracts 164
5.3 Acea SpA 165
Figure 5.5 Ownership and revenues 165
5.3.1 Projects 165
Figure 5.6 Major private sector participation contracts 165
5.4 ACWA Power International/ACWA Holding 166
Figure 5.7 Ownership and revenues 166
5.4.1 Projects 166
Figure 5.8 Major private sector participation contracts 166
5.5 AEGEA Saneamento 167
Figure 5.9 Ownership and revenues 167
5.5.1 Projects 167
Figure 5.10 Major private sector participation contracts 167
5.6 American Water 168
Figure 5.11 Ownership and revenues 168
Figure 5.12 Structure of American Water 168
5.6.1 Development 169
5.6.2 Market position 169
5.6.3 Strategy 169
5.6.4 Projects 170
Figure 5.13 Major private sector participation contracts 170
5.7 aqualia 171
Figure 5.14 Ownership and revenues 171
5.7.1 Development 171
5.7.2 Market position 171
5.7.3 Strategy 171
5.7.4 Projects 172
Figure 5.15 Major private sector participation contracts 172
5.8 Beijing Capital 172
Figure 5.16 Ownership and revenues 172
5.9 Beijing Enterprises Water Group (BEWG) 173
Figure 5.17 Ownership and revenues 173
5.9.1 Development 173
5.9.2 Market position 174
5.9.3 Strategy 174
5.9.4 Desalination interests 174
5.9.5 Projects 175
Figure 5.18 Major private sector participation contracts 175
5.10 Biwater 175
Figure 5.19 Ownership and revenues 175
5.10.1 Projects 176
Figure 5.20 Major private sector participation contracts 176
5.11 Cadagua 176
Figure 5.21 Ownership and revenues 176
5.11.1 Projects 176
Figure 5.22 Major private sector participation contracts 176
5.12 CH2M Hill 177
Figure 5.23 Ownership and revenues 177
5.12.1 Projects 177
Figure 5.24 Major private sector participation contracts 177
5.13 CKI Group 178
Figure 5.25 Ownership and revenues 178
5.13.1 Projects 178
Figure 5.26 Major private sector participation contracts 178
5.14 Cobra-Tedagua and Drace-Dragados 178
Figure 5.27 Ownership and revenues 178
5.14.1 Projects 179
Figure 5.28 Major private sector participation contracts 179
5.15 Consolidated Water 180
Figure 5.29 Ownership and revenues 180
5.15.1 Projects 180
Figure 5.30 Major private sector participation contracts 180
5.16 GE Water 180
Figure 5.31 Ownership and revenues 180
5.16.1 Projects 181
Figure 5.32 Major private sector participation contracts 181
5.17 Gelsenwasser 181
Figure 5.33 Ownership and revenues 181
5.17.1 Projects 181
Figure 5.34 Major private sector participation contracts 181
5.18 GS Inima 182
Figure 5.35 Ownership and revenues 182
5.18.1 Projects 182
Figure 5.36 Major private sector participation contracts 182
5.19 HanKore Environment/China Everbright 183
Figure 5.37 Ownership and revenues 183
5.19.1 Projects 183
Figure 5.38 Major private sector participation contracts 183
5.20 Hyflux 184
Figure 5.39 Ownership and revenues 184
5.20.1 Projects 184
Figure 5.40 Major private sector participation contracts 184
5.21 IDE Technologies 185
Figure 5.41 Ownership and revenues 185
5.21.1 Projects 185
Figure 5.42 Major private sector participation contracts 185
5.22 Itochu 185
Figure 5.43 Ownership and revenues 185
5.22.1 Projects 186
Figure 5.44 Major private sector participation contracts 186
5.23 Manila Water 186
Figure 5.45 Ownership and revenues 186
5.23.1 Development 186
5.23.2 Market position 186
Figure 5.47 Manila Water's project portfolio 187
5.23.3 Strategy 187
5.23.4 Projects 188
Figure 5.48 Major private sector participation contracts 188
5.24 Marubeni Corporation 188
Figure 5.49 Ownership and revenues 188
5.24.1 Projects 189
Figure 5.50 Major private sector participation contracts 189
5.25 Metito 189
Figure 5.51 Ownership and revenues 189
5.26 Mitsubishi companies 190
Figure 5.52 Ownership and revenues 190
5.26.1 Projects 190
Figure 5.53 Major private sector participation contracts 190
5.27 Mitsui and Co. 191
Figure 5.54 Ownership and revenues 191
Figure 5.55 Mitsui and Co, financial performance by segment (billion yen) 191
5.27.1 Development 191
5.27.2 Ownership 192
5.27.3 Company structure 192
Figure 5.56 Structure of Mitsui and Co. 192
5.27.4 Market position 192
5.27.5 Strategy 193
5.27.6 Desalination interests 193
5.27.7 Projects 194
Figure 5.57 Major private sector participation contracts 194
5.28 Odebrecht Ambiental 194
Figure 5.58 Ownership and revenues 194
5.28.1 Projects 194
Figure 5.59 Major private sector participation contracts 194
5.29 Remondis Aqua 195
Figure 5.60 Ownership and revenues 195
5.30 Rosvodokanal 195
Figure 5.61 Ownership and revenues 195
5.30.1 Projects 195
Figure 5.62 Major private sector participation contracts 195
5.31 Sabesp 196
Figure 5.63 Ownership and revenues 196
5.31.1 Projects 196
Figure 5.64 Major private sector participation contracts 196
5.32 SAUR 196
Figure 5.65 Ownership and revenues 196
5.32.1 Projects 197
Figure 5.66 Major private sector participation contracts 197
5.33 Sembcorp 197
Figure 5.67 Ownership and revenues 197
5.33.1 Projects 198
Figure 5.68 Major private sector participation contracts 198
5.34 Severn Trent plc 199
Figure 5.69 Ownership and revenues 199
Figure 5.70 Structure of Severn Trent 199
5.34.1 Development 199
5.34.2 Market position 200
5.34.3 Strategy 200
5.34.4 Projects 200
Figure 5.71 Major private sector participation contracts 200
5.35 Shanghai Industrial Holdings (excludes Asia Water Technology) 201
Figure 5.72 Ownership and revenues 201
5.36 Sound Global 201
Figure 5.73 Ownership and revenues 201
5.36.1 Projects 202
Figure 5.74 Major private sector participation contracts 202
5.37 SPML Infra 202
Figure 5.75 Ownership and revenues 202
5.37.1 Projects 203
Figure 5.76 Major private sector participation contracts 203
5.38 Suez Environnement 203
Figure 5.77 Ownership and revenues 203
5.38.1 Development 203
Figure 5.78 Structure of Suez Environnement 204
5.38.2 Strategy 204
Figure 5.79 Suez Environnement's non-concession services business 205
5.38.3 Market position 205
5.38.4 Projects 206
Figure 5.80 Major private sector participation contracts 206
5.39 Sumitomo Corporation 207
Figure 5.81 Ownership and revenues 207
5.39.1 Projects 207
Figure 5.82 Major private sector participation contracts 207
5.40 VA Tech Wabag 207
Figure 5.83 Ownership and revenues 207
5.40.1 Projects 208
Figure 5.84 Major private sector participation contracts 208
5.41 Valoriza Agua (Sacyr/Sadyt) 208
Figure 5.85 Ownership and revenues 208
5.41.1 Projects 209
Figure 5.86 Major private sector participation contracts 209
5.42 Veolia Environnement 209
Figure 5.87 Ownership and revenues 209
5.42.1 Development 209
Figure 5.88 Structure of Veolia Environnement 210
5.42.2 Strategy 210
5.42.3 Market position 211
5.42.4 Projects 211
Figure 5.89 Major private sector participation contracts 211
References 212

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  • Industry report
  • October 2016
  • by MarketsandMarkets

“Environmental remediation market to grow at a high CAGR of 7.62% between 2016 and 2022” The environmental remediation market is expected to reach USD 123.13 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.62% between ...

Global and Chinese Sustainable Packaging Industry, 2016 Market Research Report

Global and Chinese Sustainable Packaging Industry, 2016 Market Research Report

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  • Industry report
  • November 2016
  • by Prof Research

The ’Global and Chinese Sustainable Packaging Industry, 2011-2021 Market Research Report’ is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Sustainable Packaging industry with ...

Global and Chinese Medical waste transfer vehicle Industry, 2016 Market Research Report

Global and Chinese Medical waste transfer vehicle Industry, 2016 Market Research Report

  • $ 3000
  • Industry report
  • November 2016
  • by Prof Research

The ’Global and Chinese Medical waste transfer vehicle Industry, 2011-2021 Market Research Report’ is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Medical waste transfer vehicle ...


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