Discounted research report “Water Utilities: Global Industry Almanac” worked out by MarketLine has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the study, the overall water utilities market is poised for positive growth, at a 4.3% CAGR through 2017, to reach a value of $891 billion by the end of the forecast period.
The major factors that are expected to spur the growth in the overall sewage and wastewater treatment market include ongoing improvements of the economic conditions worldwide, particularly in emerging economies, along with rising environmental concerns provoked by water pollution from the agricultural and industrial activities.
During 2008-2012, the global water utilities market registered a 4.2% CAGR, and in 2012, its revenues exceeded $722.49 billion. During the same period, market consumption volumes exhibited a 1% CAGR and in 2012 and went beyond 2.9 trillion cu meters. Europe leads the worldwide water utilities market. The market is characterized as a highly fragmented one, with a handful of dominant industry players.
The overall water utilities market is poised for positive growth, at a 4.3% CAGR through 2017, to reach a value of $891 billion by the end of the forecast period.
The industry almanac provides a comprehensive overview of the world water utilities market, uncovering valuable information on the industry’s historical and current performance. It discloses data on the market size (both in terms of volume and value), presents a thorough analysis of the key forces shaping the market and influencing its growth, pinpoints the most promising growth areas, and identifies the emerging opportunities along with major industry challenges. Clear description of the competitive scenario, an insightful review of the leading companies engaged in the water utilities industry and Porter’s five forces analysis are available in the research study. The report estimates the industry future growth prospects and offers detailed forecast for the development of the overall water utilities sector up to 2017.