Asia-Pacific Water Industry Outlook in 2015

Challenging Period for Water Business—Analysing Factors with Major Industry Impact

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The Asia-Pacific (APAC) water industry witnessed significant business expansion and increase in public-private partnerships (PPP) in 2014. Competition became increasingly stiff with threats from start-ups and emerging water and non-water companies. While it is unlikely that water tariff in APAC will change drastically in 2015, the main focus will be on reducing non-revenue water. The biggest opportunities will come from the industrial rather than the utilities segment. Countries with the best prospects are Indonesia, China, and India. Industry participants are expected to focus on Vietnam too, as new local regulations will drive the PPP business models.

Table of Contents

Asia-Pacific Water Industry Outlook in 2015Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)IntroductionDefinitions2014—The Events and Their Impact2014 at A GlanceIndustry EvolutionBusiness Expansion and PPP OpportunitiesOther Partnerships and DealsM&A Targeted to Rise in 2014 and BeyondOther Notable M&AsMultidimensional Competitive ThreatsMultidimensional Competitive Threats (continued)New Innovations and TechnologiesNew Innovations and Technologies (continued)Other Notable Companies in Water InnovationRising Electricity TariffEnergy Cost BreakdownPolicy and Financing—Water Sustainability and SecurityPolicy and Financing—Regulatory InstrumentPolicy and Financing—Water PricePolicy and Financing—Water Security Best Practices (Singapore Context)Implications for the Water Industry in 2015Implications to the Water Industry in 2015 (continued)The 2015 OracleFocus Areas in 2015Frontier Markets—Focus on MyanmarFrontier Markets—Focus on Myanmar (continued)Frontier Markets—Focus on VietnamFrontier Markets—Focus on Vietnam (continued)Frontier Markets—Focus on Vietnam (continued)CAPEX in 2015—IndonesiaMarket Forecast in 2015—MalaysiaMarket Forecast in 2015—The PhilippinesMarket Forecast in 2015—SingaporeMarket Forecast in 2015—ThailandMarket Forecast in 2015—ChinaMarket Forecast in 2015—IndiaMarket Forecast in 2015—JapanMarket Forecast in 2015—Rest of APACOPEX in 2015OPEX in 2015 (continued)OPEX in 2015 (continued)Focus on NRW ReductionFocus on NRW Reduction (continued)Focus on NRW Reduction (continued)Implications for the Water Industry in 2015Implications to the Water Industry in 2015 (continued)Water Industry Best PracticesFrost & Sullivan Awards 2014 for the Water IndustryAnalyst Quotes on Selected Industry ParticipantsAnalyst Quotes on Selected Industry Participants (continued)ConclusionsChallenges in 2014Opportunities in 2015 and BeyondLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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