Bahrain Water Industry Examined in New BMI Report Now Available at

24 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Over the forecast period, desalinated water supplies are expected to increase in Bahrain, with reverse osmosis production breaking the 28,000 million gallon level by 2016, versus last year’s 24,526 million gallons. The government’s long-term focus on hiking desalination capacity will see its initial manifestation at the Al Dur plant, with first production coming on stream in the first quarter of 2012. Multi-stage flash desalination will break the 35,000 million gallon barrier in 2016. This positive outlook will be supported by increased wastewater treatment effluent, which the government expects to break the 500,000 m3/d mark by 2030, more than double current capacity levels.

New research report “Bahrain Water Report Q1 2012” developed by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a comprehensive guide to Bahrain’s water industry, featuring most recent data on public and private sector investment in all major water projects, including desalination, storage, transportation and network expansion. It analyzes the impact of regulatory changes, GDP growth and the background macroeconomic and socio-demographic outlook on future demand and supply growth, and features competitive landscape along with top companies’ profiles. Furthermore, the overall industry forecast scenario until the end of 2016 and analysis of the latest industry news, trends and regulatory developments in Bahrain are featured as well.

Report Details:

Bahrain Water Report Q1 2012
Published: February, 2012
Pages: 41
Price: US$ 530,00

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