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The Indonesian water sector is witnessing a surge, driven by the target the national governmenthas set itself under the Millennium Development Goals to provide more than 60% of the population accessto clean piped water by 2015. To achieve this, the Indonesian authorities are in various stages ofimplementing projects to progress the quality of water and expand access to it, while improving provisionsfor water and sewage treatment. As a consequence of these developments, total water extraction andconsumption will see an upward trend during BMI's forecast period, 2013 to 2017.Indonesia benefits little from the relatively high levels of precipitation it receives because of the poorcondition of its watersheds. A significant proportion of annual precipitation is lost and a majority of theother water bodies is heavily contaminated or polluted. This creates a squeeze on sources of water supply,which has resulted in a strong emphasis on the water treatment and sanitation segments within the watersector. Simultaneously, various projects are in the pipeline to improve catchment areas. These developmentswill play a central role in easing access to potable water and will be important if the government is to meetits 2015 goal.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Political 11Economic 13Business Environment 15Industry Forecast 16Water Extraction 17Table: Indonesia, Water Extraction, 2011-2017 18Water Consumption 18Table: Indonesia, Water Consumption, 2011-2017 20Water Treatment and Sanitation 20Table: Indonesia, Sewage Networks, 2011-2017 22Industry Risk Reward Ratings 23Table: Asia Water Risk/Reward Ratings 23Rewards 23Risks 24Market Overview 25Water Supply And Consumption 25Industries and Agricultural Consumption 27Distribution 27Treatment & Sanitation 28Regulations and Tariffs 30Industry Trends And Developments 32Table: Indonesia: Major Projects 33Competitive Landscape 35The Ministry of Public Works 35The Ministry of Home Affairs 35The Ministry of Health 36The Ministry of Environment 36The Local Governments and the Perusahaan Daerah Air Minums (PDAMs) 36Private Water Companies 36Global Industry Overview 38Table: Hotel Water Consumption by Region (litres per guest per night) 41Demographic Forecast 45Demographic Outlook 45Table: Indonesia's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 46Table: Indonesia's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 47Table: Indonesia's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 48Table: Indonesia's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 48Methodology 49Industry Forecast Methodology 49Sources 51Risk/Reward Rating Methodology 51Table: Water Risk Reward Rating Indicators 52Table: Weighting of Indicators (%) 53