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India Water Market

  • August 2015
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  • Global Water Intelligence
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  • 136 pages

The new NDA government in India is set to put a stop to water pollution. From the clean-up of River Ganga and new regulations for wastewater discharge to tougher action on industrial polluters, there will be significant investment in the Indian municipal and industrial water markets.

Advanced technologies, plant upgrades and new wastewater treatment plants will be required to meet new demands, creating opportunities for local and international players. This report will identify and analyse market entry strategies and procurement models for the municipal and industrial sectors, giving companies the unique chance to identify potential partners, competitors and routes into the market.

Table Of Contents

India Water Market
Executive summary iii
Capital expenditure on water and wastewater in India, 2013-2020 iii
Municipal sector iii
Industrial sector iv
Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by industry in India, 2013-2020 v
1. Introduction 1
1.1 Overview 1
1.2 Market drivers 1
1.2.1 Tackling pollution 2
1.2.1.1 Deficit in wastewater treatment capacity 2
Figure 1.1 Wastewater treatment capacities and generation across India, 2015 2
1.2.1.2 Pollution of freshwater resources 3
Figure 1.2 Number of polluted river stretches in each priority class by state (data from 2009-2012) 4
1.2.1.3 New regulations 4
Figure 1.3 Wastewater discharge standards for treatment plants 5
1.2.1.4 Industrial pollution 5
1.2.2 Water scarcity 6
Figure 1.4 Groundwater resource availability, withdrawal and utilisation rate, 2009 6
Figure 1.5 Water stress in India 7
1.2.3 Industrialisation 7
1.2.4 Urbanisation 8
1.3 Market opportunities and challenges 8
1.3.1 Market opportunities 8
1.3.2 Challenges of the market 8
1.4 Market forecast 9
Figure 1.6 India water market utility and industrial capital expenditure, 2013-2020 10
Figure 1.7 India water market: water and wastewater capital expenditure, 2013-2020 10
Figure 1.8 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by industrial sector in India, 2013-2020 11
Figure 1.9 Industrial forecast breakdown by equipment category, 2013-2020 12
2. Utility water sector 13
2.1 Overview 13
2.2 Drivers 13
2.3 Water sector structure and organisation 14
2.3.1 Government ministries and agencies 14
Figure 2.1 Organisational structure of water and wastewater management in India, 2015 14
2.3.2 The centre 15
Figure 2.2 Central government agencies involved in the water and wastewater sector 15
2.3.3 State governments 16
Figure 2.3 Independent water utilities across India 16
2.3.4 Water finance 16
2.4 National initiatives 16
2.4.1 River Ganga clean-up 16
2.4.1.1 Wastewater generation and treatment in the Ganga Basin 16
Figure 2.4 Towns and pollution zones along main stem 17
Figure 2.5 Ganga main stem sewerage needs 18
2.4.1.2 Key aspects and objectives of the Ganga River Basin Management Plan 18
2.4.1.3 GRBMP recommendations 19
2.4.1.4 Market opportunities 19
2.4.1.5 Estimated expenditure 20
2.4.1.6 Yamuna Action Plan 21
Figure 2.6 Wastewater treatment plants for Delhi (Dhansa to Goyla) 21
Figure 2.7 Wastewater treatment plants for Delhi (Goyla to Keshopur) 21
2.4.1.7 Ongoing projects 22
Figure 2.8 Status of approved projects under the NGRBA 22
2.4.1.8 Private sector participation 23
2.4.2 Smart Cities Mission 23
Figure 2.9 Number of smart cities allocated to States and UTs 24
Figure 2.10 100 Smart Cities implementation process 24
2.4.3 Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) 25
2.4.3.1 Programme purposes and components 25
Figure 2.11 AMRUT's components related to water and wastewater sectors 25
Figure 2.12 Number of cities in each state covered by AMRUT 26
Figure 2.13 Service level indicators and benchmarks 27
2.4.3.2 Reform implementation 27
2.4.3.3 Investment in water and wastewater sectors 27
Figure 2.14 Investments under JNNURM and estimated expenditure under AMRUT 27
Figure 2.15 Progress on water, wastewater and drainage projects approved under JNNURM, August 2014 28
2.4.3.4 Continuous (24/7) water supply projects 28
Figure 2.16 Main PPP projects on continuous water supply in India 28
Figure 2.17 Future 24/7 projects in India 29
2.4.4 National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) 29
2.5 Technology trends 30
2.5.1 Water treatment 30
2.5.2 Wastewater treatment 30
Figure 2.18 Treatment technologies in WWTPs, 2015 30
2.5.3 Sludge treatment 30
2.6 Wastewater reuse 31
2.6.1 Projects 31
Figure 2.19 Upcoming wastewater reuse projects 32
2.7 Utility desalination 33
Figure 2.20 Top plants for utility and public sector clients 33
2.7.1 Solar desalination 34
2.7.2 Upcoming projects 34
Figure 2.21 List of planned municipal desalination projects 34
2.8 Residential point-of-use market 35
2.9 Market dynamics 35
2.9.1 Roles of market players 35
2.9.1.1 Consulting engineers 36
2.9.1.2 EPC contractors 36
2.9.1.3 Private operators 36
2.9.1.4 Equipment suppliers and technology providers 36
2.9.1.5 Players with more than one role 36
Figure 2.22 Market players in the utility sector 36
2.9.2 Procurement process 36
2.9.3 Accessing the market 37
2.10 Market forecast 38
Figure 2.23 Capital expenditure on water utilities in India, 2013-2020 39
Figure 2.24 Capital expenditure on wastewater utilities in India, 2013-2020 39
Figure 2.25 Utility forecast breakdown by equipment category, 2013-2020 40
3. Power generation 41
3.1 Market overview 41
Figure 3.1 Installed power generation capacity by fuel type, 2013-2015 41
Figure 3.2 Energy and power demand, generation and deficit, 2009-2016 42
Figure 3.3 Contracted and installed capacity in the Indian thermal power sector, 2004-2014 43
Figure 3.4 Total installed capacity by end user, 2015 43
3.2 Market drivers 44
3.2.1 Growth in power generating capacity 44
3.2.2 Water scarcity 44
Figure 3.5 Distribution of thermal power plants and water stressed areas in India 45
3.2.3 Environmental regulation 45
3.2.3.1 Water allocation and water reuse requirements 46
Figure 3.6 Proposed water withdrawal limits for thermal power plants 46
3.2.3.2 Wastewater discharge limits 46
Figure 3.7 Effluent discharge standards for thermal power plants 47
3.2.3.3 Air pollution regulation 47
Figure 3.8 Proposed air emission limits for thermal power plants 47
3.2.4 Cost of water 48
3.3 Technology trends 48
Figure 3.9 Water and wastewater systems in Indian power plants 48
3.4 Procurement process 49
3.5 Supply chain analysis 50
Figure 3.10 Main players in the Indian water for power market 50
3.6 Market opportunities 51
3.6.1 Accessing the market 51
3.7 Market forecast 52
Figure 3.11 Power generation: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020 52
4. Refining and petrochemicals 53
4.1 Overview 53
4.1.1 Refining and petrochemical capacity and production 53
Figure 4.1 Refinery capacity and crude throughput 53
Figure 4.2 Company share of refining capacity in India 54
Figure 4.3 Locations of refineries in India 55
Figure 4.4 Petrochemical production in India, 2006-2014 56
Figure 4.5 PCPIR locations and anchor tenant 56
4.2 Drivers 57
4.2.1 Environmental regulations 57
Figure 4.6 Effluent standards for oil refineries, 2008 57
Figure 4.7 Effluent standards for petrochemicals (basic and intermediates) 58
4.2.2 Water allocation and reuse 58
4.2.3 Increasing production and use of cheaper crudes 58
4.3 Technology trends 59
4.3.1 Water treatment systems 59
Figure 4.8 Treatment requirements for water systems in refining 59
4.3.2 Seawater desalination 59
4.3.3 Wastewater treatment systems 59
4.3.4 Wastewater reuse 60
4.4 Procurement process 60
4.5 Supply chain analysis 61
Figure 4.9 Major players in the water for refining market 61
4.6 Market opportunities 61
4.6.1 Accessing the market 62
4.7 Market forecast 63
Figure 4.10 Refining and petrochemicals: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020 63
5. Pharmaceuticals 65
5.1 Market overview 65
Figure 5.1 Exports of medicines and pharmaceutical products, 2011-2013 65
Figure 5.2 Indian pharmaceutical market revenue by product segment, 2013 65
5.2 Market drivers 66
5.2.1 Market growth 66
5.2.2 Compliance with process water quality standards 66
Figure 5.3 Pharmacopoeia requirements for purified water 67
Figure 5.4 Pharmacopoeia requirements for water for injection 67
5.2.3 Environmental regulation 68
5.2.3.1 Wastewater discharge regulation 68
Figure 5.5 Effluent discharge standards for the pharmaceutical industry, 2009 68
5.2.3.2 Water reuse requirements 68
5.2.4 Water scarcity 69
Figure 5.6 Water stress in Indian states with pharmaceutical manufacturing units 69
5.3 Technology trends 70
5.3.1 Process water technologies 70
Figure 5.7 Typical process water treatment system in the pharmaceutical industry 70
5.3.2 Wastewater treatment 71
Figure 5.8 ZLD treatment systems for the pharmaceutical industry 71
5.4 Procurement process 72
5.5 Supply chain analysis 72
Figure 5.9 Major players in the water for pharmaceutical market in India 72
5.6 Market opportunities 73
Figure 5.10 Pharmaceutical projects in India 74
5.6.1 Accessing the market 74
5.7 Market forecast 75
Figure 5.11 Pharmaceuticals: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020 75
6. Industrial parks/clusters 77
6.1 Market overview 77
Figure 6.1 CETPs by state 78
6.1.1 Industrial corridors 79
6.1.1.1 Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor 79
Figure 6.2 Proposed investment regions in DMIC 79
Figure 6.4 Map of DMIC and nodes being developed 80
6.1.1.2 Other industrial corridors 81
Figure 6.5 Progress of other industrial corridors 81
6.1.2 Water and wastewater management 81
Figure 6.6 Water and wastewater demand in selected DMIC projects 81
Figure 6.7 Funding scheme for CETPs 82
6.2 Regulations 82
Figure 6.8 Selected treated effluent quality standards for CETPs 82
6.3 Drivers 83
6.4 Technology trends 83
6.5 Procurement process 84
6.6 Supply chain analysis 84
6.7 Market opportunities 85
6.7.1 Upcoming projects 86
Figure 6.9 Upcoming projects for industrial parks 86
7. Other industries 87
7.1 Steel 87
Figure 7.1 Steel production and capacity in India, 2015 87
7.1.1 Market forecast 88
Figure 7.2 Steel processing: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020 88
7.2 Food and beverage 89
Figure 7.3 Mega Food Park projects to be developed during phase III of the scheme 90
7.2.1 Market forecast 91
Figure 7.4 Food and beverage: Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment, 2013-2020 91
8. Market players 93
8.1 Analysis of local EPC companies 93
Figure 8.1 Industry icons 93
Figure 8.2 Expertise icons 93
8.1.1 Integrated service providers 93
8.1.2 Large EPC players 94
Figure 8.3 Key local players in the Indian water and wastewater market 94
8.1.3 Medium-sized players 98
Figure 8.4 Medium-sized local players in the Indian water and wastewater market 98
8.1.4 Consultants 107
Figure 8.5 Local consultants in the Indian water and wastewater market 107
8.1.5 Niche and smaller players 109
Figure 8.6 Niche and smaller Indian water and wastewater players 109
8.2 Market trends 114
8.2.1 Diversification 114
8.2.2 Partnerships between local and foreign players 114
Figure 8.7 Examples of partnerships between local and international players 115
8.3 International players 115
8.3.1 EPC contractors and systems integrators 115
8.3.2 Consultants 115
8.4 Equipment suppliers 116
Interviewees 117
References 119

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