Mexico Water Report

 Published On: Jul, 2014 |    No of Pages: 53 |  Published By: BMI Water | Format: PDF
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View: In Mexico, there are a number of issues inhibiting the water sector's full development including widespread pollution, the over politicisation of the water sector and the numerous riots and public protests against new water developments. However, at the same time, developments are occurring and there is strong government support and investment in the sector (which is becoming increasingly open to private involvement), as well as the potential revision of water regulations to create a more cohesive water management plan. Although infrastructure investment will improve efficiency, we expect overall extraction and consumption to increase as demand continues to grow, particularly from the agricultural and industrial sectors

The recently restarted project in the San Bartolo Ameyalco area of Mexico City has seen widespread rioting as local inhabitants seek to stop what they see as the unfair appropriation of water from their aquifer. Some of the protesters, according to the Federal District Public Safety Secretariat (SSPDF), became violent in their protests. According to the SSPDF, protests became so violent, it was forced to deploy 1,569 police officers, supported by 94 vehicles and two helicopters. Meanwhile at least three people died during an attempted seizure of a dam in San Luis Potosi and over 45,000 people were left without water in San Antonio de la Cal after protestors seized a dam and reservoir.

Industry View 7
Water SWOT 9
Political 11
Economic 12
Business Environment 13
Industry Forecast 14
Mexico Water Forecast 14
Water Extraction 16
Water Consumption 18
Table: Mexico, Water Consumption, 2011-2018 19
Water Treatment & Sanitation 20
Table: Mexico, Water Treatment, 2011-2018 21
Table: Mexico, Water Sanitation, 2011-2018 23
Industry Risk Reward Ratings 24
Mexico Risk/Reward Ratings 24
Table: Latin America Risk/Reward Ratings 24
Rewards 24
Risks 25
Market Overview 26
Water Supply And Consumption 26
Industrial and Agricultural Consumption 28
Distribution 28
Treatment And Sanitation 29
Table: Wastewater & Sewage Treatment 30
Regulations And Tariffs 30
Industry Trends And Developments 33
Key Projects, Industry Trends & Developments 33
Table: Water Infrastructure, 2011-2014 33
Table: Mexico Key Projects Database 35
Competitive Landscape 37
Water Commissions 37
Basin Councils And Basin Agencies 38
National Association of Water and Sanitation Companies (ANEAS) 38
Financing 38
Water Services 38
Global Industry Overview 40
Demographic Forecast 44
Demographic Outlook 44
Table: Mexico's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 45
Table: Mexico's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 46
Table: Mexico's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 47
Table: Mexico's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 47
Methodology 48
Industry Forecast Methodology 48
Sources 50
Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 50
Table: Water Risk/Reward Rating Indicators 51
Table: Weighting of Indicators 53

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