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EBJ Vol XXV No 11: The U.S. Water Industry

EBJ presents its annual analysis of the $141-billion U.S. water industry with data tables on the industry in 10 subsegments. Interviews and comments by leaders and innovators in consulting & engineering, equipment manufacturing, trade associations and analysts, complement market analysis and list of top companies from both EBJ's databases of Water Equipment & Chemical companies and Consulting & Engineering firms. Key issues are industry outreach to support the evolution towards accurate pricing of water, alternative project delivery and produced water at oil & gas sites.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • The U.S. Water Industry 1993-2015 ($mil)
  • EBJ's Top 20 U.S. Water C&E Firms in 2011
  • The U.S. Water Industry, 2010-2012: Size and Growth in 10 Segments
  • Top U.S. Water Equipment & Chemicals (listed by global WE&C revenues in 2011)
  • Notable North American Water Deals of 2012
  • Publicly Traded Water Companies
  • State Design-Build Procurement Status
  • Global Seawater Desalination Market 2013-2017
  • Global Desalination: Contracted Capacity 2006-2012
  • Upstream Oil & Gas Capital Equipment Market for Nonconventional Water Treatment Systems: 2013-2017 ($11.6 billion)
  • ENR's Top Water Companies in 2011 ($mil)

Table of Contents

01.Water Industry Overview: Uncertain government funds leads the $141-billion U.S. water industry to build its case for higher rates. With only modest growth in 2011-12 companies expect markets to pick up as funding and financing improves.pg 1-4

02.Features: Q&A with U.S. Water Alliance; Water industry M&A activity remains high; Alternatives to design-bid-build take hold for water project leaders; Communities begin to grasp the Water-Energy Nexus; Desalination markets flatten but big growth in produced water.pg 5-15

03.Profiles: Greeley and Hansen focuses on municipal markets; Hatch Mott MacDonald manages all water assets; Kleinfelder grows in water niches; BCR Environmental delivers solutions for smaller wastewater treatment plants; AbTech scales its stormwater technology; Aquacue helps users track water consumption; Regensis Management Group develops tool to aid water rights transfers.pg 16-25

 

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