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産業用水脱塩・再利用技術:水不足に対応し、水管理を改善する技術のビジネスチャンス

Industrial Desalination and Water Reuse

発行 Global Water Intelligence
出版日 ページ情報 英文
価格
産業用水脱塩・再利用技術:水不足に対応し、水管理を改善する技術のビジネスチャンス Industrial Desalination and Water Reuse
出版日: 2012年07月27日 ページ情報: 英文
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産業用水における「海水淡水化」と「再利用」というテーマでまとめたレポートです。石油、電力、製薬、エレクトロニクス、食品などの産業に分けて、今後大きく伸びるマーケットやテクノロジートレンドに焦点をあてております。
概要

水の脱塩や再利用に関連する業界では、近年投資の重点が移りつつあります。これまで10年にわたって市場を牽引してきたのは、地方自治体レベルの脱塩・再利用施設整備ブームであり、この間市場規模は4倍に拡大しました。しかし需要が一巡し、成長が鈍化するなか、投資家の関心は、急速に成長しつつある産業用水処理市場に向かいつつあります。産業用水処理設備の主な市場となっているのは、石油ガス、石油化学、電力、鉱業、食品飲料、製薬、製紙、マイクロエレクトロニクスなどの業界であり、水処理技術の関連企業も、成長著しいこの市場でビジネスチャンスを活かすための戦略を明確にする必要に迫られています。

当レポートは、産業用水脱塩・再利用設備の分野で今後大きく拡大する可能性のある技術、業種、地域、市場を明らかにしたもので、市場の成長促進要因、主な技術、各業界の動向などについての分析も盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 市場の成長促進要因

  • 産業用水脱塩・再利用技術
  • 世界的な水不足のリスクと工業用水の利用状況
  • 投資を促す要因としての水管理
  • 廃水規制
  • 業績拡大要因としての水
  • 調達モデル
  • 財務面の計画
  • 世界市場の展望

第2章 主要な技術

  • 海水淡水化技術:海水淡水化技術が注目を集めている地域とその理由、膜ろ過技術や加熱処理技術のトレンド
  • 高純度プロセス水:逆浸透、イオン交換、電気脱イオン化など、高純度水処理システムの価格と技術のトレンド
  • 高回収脱塩技術:高回収廃水脱塩システムの需要が急速に伸びている理由、需要拡大の牽引役となっている工業プロセス、この技術が形成しつつある市場
  • 低圧膜ろ過技術:プロセス水と廃水の処理に対応するソリューションとして今最も注目を集めている限外ろ過および精密ろ過技術
  • 他の先進的な廃水処理技術:生物学的処理、物理的/化学的分離・消毒などの分野で技術開発を促している水の効率的な利用に対するニーズ

第3章 各市場の状況

  • 石油ガス:カナダのオイルサンド、オーストラリアの炭層メタンガス、洋上石油掘削施設などの開発が進むなか水処理技術の重要性が高まっており、水処理技術の関連企業にとって有望な市場となっています
  • 石油化学:石油化学業界の拠点がインドや中国などの新興国に移り、ペルシャ湾岸や北アフリカの産油国も依然として重要な役割を担うなか、水資源の乏しい地域に立地する精製施設などで革新的な水管理技術へのニーズが高まっています
  • 電力:水の消費量が多く、廃水処理の課題に直面する電力業界は、新興国における水需要の拡大と蒸気発生設備の効率化という課題への対応も迫られており、今後も着実な成長が期待できる市場といえます
  • 鉱業:社会と環境の両面で制約が強まるなか脱塩・水再利用技術が事業戦略の焦点になっています
  • 食品飲料:水処理技術への支出額が最も多い食品飲料業界では、水管理の改善を促す圧力が強まっています
  • 製薬:世界的に医療支出が急増するなか、今後も成長が期待できる製薬業界ですが、水処理についてのニーズが極めて複雑な業界でもあります
  • 製紙:水を大量に消費し、環境汚染の原因となる可能性も高い製紙業界は、厳格化する環境基準に対応するため水再利用技術の導入を迫られています
  • マイクロエレクトロニクス:この業界では、高純度水に対する要求条件が厳格化する一方、水の効率的な利用や廃水処理に対するアプローチを再考する必要性も認識されています
目次

Abstract

  • Global market forecast on CD-ROM: volume and value data showing the size and expected growth rate of the industrial desalination and water reuse market
  • Profiles of the most water-intensive industry sectors and the issues that are driving market growth
  • Showcase of the key technologies that will bring efficiency and value to industrial water processes
  • Inventory of industrial seawater and high recovery wastewater desalination plants

Overview

The focus of investment in desal and reuse is changing. The boom in municipal desalination and reuse which quadrupled the size of that market over the past decade has mostly played itself out. Now the smart money is on industrial water - the fastest growing sector of the water market today.

Water technology companies need to position themselves now to take advantage of this growth - or miss out. ‘Industrial desalination and water reuse’ is your key to this market. It pinpoints the technologies, industries, geographies and the markets which enjoy the greatest potential and gives you the information you need to act.

Industries covered:

  • Oil and gas
  • Petrochemicals
  • Power
  • Mining
  • Food and Beverage
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Microelectronics

World power generation capacity by country/region, 2005-2035

Source: EIA Annual Energy Outlook, 2011 (reference case)

Water technology companies need to position themselves now to take advantage of this growth - or miss out. ‘Industrial Desalination and Water Reuse’ is your key to this market. It pinpoints the technologies, industries, geographies and the markets which enjoy the greatest potential and gives you the information you need to act.

Who should read this report?

This report is essential reading for anyone involved in water technology with ambitions to succeed in some of the fastest growing and most lucrative niches of the global water market today.

  • Water and wastewater treatment systems suppliers: this is your guide to the most significant market opportunities available today
  • Desalination companies: with mounting competition and disappointing levels of growth in the municipal market, diversification in to industrial desalination is an essential strategy right now
  • Equipment suppliers: understand the changing needs of your customer base so your business plan stays relevant
  • Specialist water technology companies: discover the potential for niche applications of your technology
  • Investors: discover where the action is in today's water market, and who is best placed to capitalise on it
  • Operators: industrial outsourcing looks set to grow faster than municipal outsourcing over the next five years - find out how to take advantage of the opportunities

CD Rom includes EXCEL spreadsheets for:

  • Industrial desalination and water reuse market forecast
  • Inventory of industrial seawater desalination plants
  • Inventory of UF/MF installations with a capacity of more than 10,000m3/d
  • Inventory of high recovery wastewater desalination plants

Table of Contents

‘Industrial desalination and water reuse’ is divided into three sections, over 200 pages:

1. Overview of market drivers

This section looks at what's driving the market, and the geographies which are most under pressure to invest in water efficiency and improved wastewater treatment:

  • Understanding industrial desalination and water reuse
  • Global water risk and industrial water usage
  • Water stewardship as a driver for investment
  • Wastewater regulation
  • Water as a driver of performance
  • Procurement models
  • The financial proposition
  • Global market forecast: provides volume and value data showing the size and expected growth rate of the industrial desalination and water reuse market

2. Key Technologies Explained

  • Seawater desalination: where and why are industrial water users turning to seawater desalination, and what are the trends in the membrane and thermal technologies they are using?
  • High purity process water: value and technology trends in the ultra-pure water systems including reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and electrodionisation
  • High recovery desalination: why is demand for high recovery wastewater desalination systems growing so quickly, which industrial processes are driving demand, and how is technology shaping the market?
  • Low pressure membranes: which industries are showing most interest in ultrafiltration and microfiltration as a solution to their process water and effluent treatment needs?
  • Other advanced wastewater treatment technologies: how demand for improved water efficiency is driving technological development in biological treatment, physical/chemical separation and disinfection.

3. Market Sector Profiles

  • Oil and gas: From the Canadian oil sands, to coal seam gas in Australia, and enhanced off-shore oil recovery, water treatment is emerging as a key driver of value across the energy sector. This section pinpoints the specific market niches which offer the richest opportunities for water technology companies.
  • Petrochemicals: the downstream petrochemical industry is moving more towards emerging economies like India and China as well as upstream producer economies in the Gulf and North Africa. Most new refining capacity is being built in water scarce areas, prompting a revolution in the way water is managed in this sector.
  • Power: electricity generation is the largest industrial water use. It's also responsible for some of the most challenging wastewaters. This, plus the growing power demands of emerging economies and the need to increase the efficiency of steam generation in mature economies, creates a recipe for solid market growth.
  • Mining: the process water needs of the mining industry are increasingly pressed up against social and environmental limits, forcing mining companies to make desalination and water reuse a central part of their strategy.
  • Food and Beverage: this is the largest industrial market for water technology by total expenditure. It is also the one which is most under pressure to improve its water stewardship.
  • Pharmaceuticals: global healthcare expenditure is expected to grow faster than the global economy as a whole for the foreseeable future. It also has some of the most complex water treatment needs seen anywhere in the industrial sector.
  • Pulp & Paper: a massive user of water, and potentially a significant source of pollution. Although the majority of plants are located in water rich regions, producers are being pushed towards reuse by tougher environmental regulation.
  • Microelectronics: the most significant and challenging market for high purity water. Process water requirements are continuing to become more exacting, while stewardship concerns are making companies rethink their approach to water efficiency and effluent treatment.
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