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Market Analysis - Water Resource Summit 2017

Introduction

Water is our planet’s life-giving force. But the water needed to keep us healthy, to produce our food and energy, to support commerce and maintain ecosystems is too often threatened by poor management and short term decision-making which prioritises profits over people and the environment.

Scope and Importance:

Water Resources Management is an international, multidisciplinary forum for the publication of original contributions and the exchange of knowledge and experience on the management of water resources. In particular, the journal publishes contributions on water resources assessment, development, conservation and control, emphasizing policies and strategies. Contributions examine planning and design of water resource systems, and operation, maintenance and administration of water resource systems.

World Water Resources:

The total water resources in the world are estimated in the order of 43 750 km3/year, distributed throughout the world according to the patchwork of climates and physiographic structures. At the continental level, America has the largest share of the world’s total freshwater resources with 45percent, followed by Asia with 28percent, Europe with 15.5percent and Africa with 9percent. In terms of resources per inhabitant in each continent, America has 24 000 m3/year, Europe 9 300 m3/year, Africa 5 000 m3/year and Asia 3 400.1 m3/year.

The Distribution of Water:

At a country level, there is an extreme variability in TRWR: From a minimum of10 m3/inhabitant in Kuwait to more than 100 000 m3/inhabitant in Canada, Iceland, Gabon and Suriname. For 19 countries or territories, the TRWR per inhabitant are less than 500 m3; and the number of countries or territories with less than 1 000 m3/inhabitant is 29. The ten poorest countries in terms of water resources per inhabitant are Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Maldives, Malta, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. In the large countries, water resources are also distributed unevenly in relation to the population.

In addition to spatial variability, there is a high variability in time within the year or among different years. This study does not include temporal variability but Shiklomanov (2000) provides estimates on a 67-year data set of the minimum and maximum internal resources for 50 countries

 

The water resources, of any region is being increasingly realised at all levels. It was in view of this that the United Nations proclaimed the period of 1965-1974 as the International Hydrological Decade during which, intensive efforts in hydrologic education research, development of analytical techniques and collection of hydrological information on a global basis, were promoted in Universities, Research Institutions, and Government Organisations. The World’s total water resources are estimated at 1.36 × 108 Μ ha-m. Of these global water resources, about 97.2% is salt water mainly in oceans, and only 2.8% is available as fresh water at any time on the planet earth. Out of this 2.8% of fresh water, about 2.2% is available as surface water and 0.6% as ground water. Even out of this 2.2% of surface water, 2.15% is fresh water in glaciers and icecaps and only of the order of 0.01% is available in lakes and streams, the remaining 0.04% being in other forms. Out of 0.6% of stored ground water, only about 0.25% can be economically extracted with the present drilling technology.  

 Why in Asia?

Asia is the leading market for Water Treatment Systems market and is forecast to have highest growth in the next few years due to growing adoption of the water treatment systems in industrial applications. Asia Water Treatment Systems market accounts to xx% of the global market followed by North America. North America is the fastest growing region in adoption of Water Treatment Systems market

Global Market Analysis:

The global market for Water Treatment Systems market was estimated to be $XX billion in 2015. The global market for Water Treatment Systems market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of XX% and is forecast to reach $XX billion by 2021. Mining, Agricultural Industries are the major end-users for Water Treatment Systems market.                              

The water treatment systems market is projected to register a CAGR of 8.52% from 2015 to 2020. Factors such as increasing water contamination, growing awareness about the importance of clean drinking water, and increasing construction activities drive the water treatment systems market. However, high equipment cost acts as a restraint for the market. Scarcity of clean drinking water in developing and under-developed regions provides an opportunity to the water treatment systems market to grow even further.

The Regional Analysis Covers:

·         North America (U.S. and Canada)

·         Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)

·         Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg)

·         Eastern Europe (Poland, Russia)

·         Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand)

The report has been compiled through extensive primary research (through interviews, surveys, and observations of seasoned analysts) and secondary research (which entails reputable paid sources, trade journals, and industry body databases). The report also features a complete qualitative and quantitative assessment by analysing data gathered from industry analysts and market participants across key points in the industry’s value chain.

A separate analysis of prevailing trends in the parent market, macro- and micro-economic indicators, and regulations and mandates is included under the purview of the study. By doing so, the report projects the attractiveness of each major segment over the forecast period.

Future Analysis:

 

Water Consumption and Demand:

 

Usage of Water Analysis:

 

Water resources associations:

1.      Water Resources, Climate, & Society Group,

2.      Environmental and Water Resources Engineering | ASCE

3.      Indian water resources society

4.      American water resources association

5.      Indian association of soil and water conservationists

References:

1.      http://www.awra.org/

2.      http://www.iwwa.info/

3.      http://www.iaswc.com/

4.      https://cee.umass.edu/water-resources-climate-society-group

5.      http://www.asce.org/environmental-and-water-resources-engineering/environmental-and-water-resources-institute/

6.      http://www.ewra.net/

 

Conference Series LLC Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 1st Global Geotechnical and Water Resource Engineering Summit-2017 during September 18-19, 2017 in Hong-Kong, Macau which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Geotechnical and Water Resource Engineering Summit-2017 conference will make the perfect platform for global networking as it brings together renowned speakers, researchers, business persons across the globe to a most exciting and memorable scientific event filled with much enlightening interactive sessions, world class exhibition and poster presentations. Advances in the field of Water Resource Engineering and Geotechnical Engineers are one of the crucial factors in the economic prowess of the developed countries. Also for the developing countries, adoption of innovative Water Resource techniques and various implementations to conserve water is paramount for advancement of their economies.

Target Audience:

  • Engineers who are specialized  on the particular topics like Civil Engineers, Structural Engineers, Mechanical Engineers
  • Building and construction professionals
  • Building Material manufacturers.
  • Geotechnical Engineers
  • Water Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs