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Turkey Water Report Q1 2015

Turkey Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014

BMI View: This quarter we have expanded our forecast coverage to include extraction by source (including
spring, well, sea, river and reservoir) and mains, non mains and household water consumption. These
additions have resulted in a substantial alteration to our existing forecast figures.
We believe the drought which plagued the country for much of 2014, the reduction of the water resources,
and the rising demand for thermal electricity generation pose serious risks to the Turkish water sector.

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Bahrain Water Report Q1 2015

Bahrain Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: Overall little has changed in the Bahrain water sector; however, we have upgraded our forecasts
following the release of new historical data. We anticipate that the need for greater water security and more
efficient distribution infrastructure will continue to be the key issues facing the water services sector, yet the
subdued project pipeline and the difficulties in obtaining financing will offer minimal opportunities for
water infrastructure groups.

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Italy Water Report Q1 2015

Italy Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: We have extended our forecasts this quarter to cover new indicators, including extraction by
source (lake, river, reservoir, desalination, ground water, spring water, and non-mains consumption).
Overall we maintain our outlook on the Italian water sector, emphasising the need for further
consolidation, improved management and additional investment. However, given the economic slowdown
and continued government financing issues, we do not anticipate much in the way of improvement over our
forecast period.

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South Africa Water Report Q1 2015

South Africa Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: We have maintained our water forecasts this quarter, as South Africa's water industry continues
to remain comparatively strong, with a large amount of projects in the pipeline. However, with numerous
issues plaguing the water services sector, and limited funds, we anticipate little in the way of new
infrastructure project developments over the coming year.
We highlight various core problems facing the water sector in South Africa. The first of these is the

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Offshore Vessels and Cables Market - Market Size, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2020

Offshore Vessels and Cables Market - Market Size, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2020

Date Published: Nov 17 2014

Offshore Vessels and Cables Market - Market Size, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2020

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France Water Report Q1 2015

France Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

France's water sector has seen many positive changes in recent years, especially as the government has
striven to attain the high standards of quality and practice laid down by the EU. Developments to the
infrastructure and technology of the sector have resulted in an efficient and productive industry, which in
turn is governed by strong and clear regulations. The improvements, however, are ongoing. With much
work still needed and projects continuing to be initiated, the sector is currently very favourable for investors

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Germany Water Report Q1 2015

Germany Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: Germany's water industry is highly developed, evidenced through high drinking water and
sewage network connection rates, significant investment and strict drinking water criteria. However, in
order to become a water powerhouse, Germany must further improve its overall water quality. We see the
improvement of water quality as the final hurdle in the advancement of the German water sector.
Over the first half of 2014, the German construction industry has indeed shown signs that it is in the best

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Hong Kong Water Report Q1 2015

Hong Kong Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: We have expanded our forecasts to include domestic freshwater resources (largely rainwater
collected in reservoirs), desalination production (predominantly used for flushing purposes), and domestic
water extraction, total consumption as well as mains consumption, and water losses.
It is our opinion that most of the opportunities in Hong Kong's energy and utilities sector lie with the water
utilities sector. The Hong Kong government is becoming increasingly concerned about water scarcity and is

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Hungary Water Report Q1 2015

Hungary Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: This quarter we have updated and expanded our water forecasts for Hungary, adding in new
lines of data, including type of water source. We have substantially upgraded our treated wastewater
forecasts based on improved government investment into advanced treatment facilities, and we continue to
view the mains and sewage networks as the key future development areas, with losses remaining high, and a
significant portion of wastewater not being collected.

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Iraq Water Report Q1 2015

Iraq Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: We have substantially expanded our forecasts this quarter, and now cover water extraction by
source, including desalination, household water consumption, households connected to mains networks, and
water losses. We expect the majority of our forecasted indicators to see a substantial decline over 2015 in
the wake of IS' continued targeting or water facilities, and do not anticipate a full recovery until the end of
our forecast period. However, should the conflict continue or intensify, with IS destroying facilities as

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Japan Water Report Q1 2015

Japan Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: This quarter has seen the expansion of our water forecasts and the revision of our existing
forecasts following the release of new historical data. In addition, we now forecast mains and non mains
water extraction by source, household and non mains water consumption, and water losses. We view the
overall state of the Japanese water sector as relatively strong, with good water availability for industrial
usage. However, in the wake of the continued controversy surrounding the Fukushima leakages, which have

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Slovakia Water Report Q1 2015

Slovakia Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: The Slovakian water sector is still in need of systemic investment, which presents opportunities
for water infrastructure companies looking to become involved in Slovakia's underdeveloped wastewater
and sanitation sectors.
We have expanded our forecasts this quarter to include a new datasets for the Slovakian water sector on
water losses and households connected to the mains networks. We have also substantially revised our
existing forecasts in the wake of the release of new historical data.

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United Arab Emirates Water Report Q1 2015

United Arab Emirates Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View:
We have substantially expanded our forecasts this quarter to include a number of new indicators. This data
has, in turn, impacted our existing forecasts. Our extraction forecast has been upgraded following the
addition of desalinated water production forecasts, a sector where we anticipate strong growth over the
coming years. In addition, we have expanded our wastewater forecasts, and have good growth projections
for treated wastewater, which will in turn augment the water resources available for consumption, as we

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Argentina Water Report Q1 2015

Argentina Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: This quarter we have expanded our forecasts to include new projections for water extraction by
source, and treated wastewater. These additions have provided extra data to be incorporated into our
existing forecasts, resulting in their revisions also. Overall, we expect investment to continue to trickle into
the sector over the short term, constraining expansion and modernisation projects, with the majority of
funds centred on hydropower and water storage.

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Brazil Water Report Q1 2015

Brazil Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: We have extensively updated and expanded our Brazil water forecasts, including those for nonmains,
and agricultural consumption, water losses and wastewater treatment methods. Overall, we believe
that the pressures stemming from the ongoing drought, in conjunction with rising industrial and
agricultural water demand, will stimulate heavy investment into water reuse, wastewater treatment facilities
and the expansion and improvement of the distribution and collection networks.

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Czech Republic Water Report Q1 2015

Czech Republic Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: The Czech Republic has a modern, extensive and relatively efficient water sector. The country's
recent history has seen many developments to the sector, largely due to the high standards required for
entry into the EU. Despite these improvements there is still work to be done and modernisation is ongoing,
especially with regards to the infrastructure and wastewater facilities. As these changes take shape and the
sector begins to see the benefits in its efficiency and reduced leakage, we forecast that the amount of water

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Australia Water Report Q1 2015

Australia Water Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014

BMI View: This quarter we have substantially updated and expanded our forecasts across various areas of
the water sector. We now cover mains and non mains consumption and extraction, water losses,
desalination production and household connections to mains networks. Our new forecasts reflect our
overall expectation that water demand in Australia will continue to rise, putting additional pressures on the
dwindling freshwater reserves, and stimulating investment in desalination and water treatment and reuse
infrastructure.

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Egypt Water Report Q4 2014

Egypt Water Report Q4 2014

Date Published: Oct 29 2014

BMI View: Egypt will predominantly follow the path taken by many MENA countries in looking to
desalination for aid in alleviating potential water shortages likely to stem from the Ethiopian Renaissance
Dam project. However, as the desalination facilities are extremely costly, the country is likely to look for
outside funding to assist in the development of its desalination sector. The government also aims to improve
the efficiency of its water infrastructure (reducing losses and improving network coverage) as well as

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Russia Water Report Q4 2014

Russia Water Report Q4 2014

Date Published: Oct 29 2014

The Russian water sector is currently open to private investment, with significant increases also forecast
over the coming years. Although the government is keen to develop all aspects of the sector, particular
emphasis has been placed on the growth of infrastructure itself, to ensure more of the population has access
to water, while also minimising wastage through leaks. This growth will see the market for water equipment
double, as the need to develop more efficient machinery, better treatment plants and more extensive sewage

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Saudi Arabia Water Report Q4 2014

Saudi Arabia Water Report Q4 2014

Date Published: Oct 29 2014

BMI View: The Saudi Arabian water sector remains one of the most active in the region and offers some of
the greatest opportunities to private sector participants. In particular, we highlight the continued growth in
desalination projects and ongoing water reclamation developments as offering significant potential.
However, the country continues to be constrained by limited fresh water resources and rising domestic and
industrial demand. Desalination is expensive and requires vast electricity resources. Moreover, electricity

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