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Our forecasts for Israel's water sector remain unchanged this quarter as nothing has occurredto change our overall industry view, which is still very positive. Despite having limited natural freshwaterresources, Israel has pushed itself to the front of the global water infrastructure sector with regards to theproduction and distribution of reclaimed water.Our forecasts reflect the vast amount of investment that has been made and will continue to be made intoimproving water extraction, distribution and treatment as well as the efficiency and efficacy of the waterinfrastructure. However we warn that ongoing tensions with the Palestinian Authority with regards to thevolume and quality of water available for Palestinians will continue to simmer and are likely to render wateran even more contentious commodity in the future.
Industry View 5SWOT 7Political 9Economic 10Business Environment 11Industry Forecast 12Water Extraction 13Table: Israel Water Extraction, 2011-2017 14Water Consumption 15Table: Water Consumption, 2011-2017 16Water Treatment and Sanitation 16Table: Water Treatment, 2011-2017 18Market Overview 19Water Supply & Consumption 19Table: Israeli Desalination Facilities Due for Completion in 2013 20Distribution 20Treatment & Sanitation 21Palestine 22Industry Trends And Developments 24Table: Israel water Infrastructure Value, 2011-2013 24Table: Israel Water Projects 26Competitive Landscape 27The Water Authority 27Mekorot 27Local Authorities 28Global Industry Overview 29Global Water Overview 29Demographic Forecast 32Table: Israel's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 33Table: Israel's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 34Table: Israel's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 35Table: Israel's Rural/Urban Population Split, 1990-2020 35Methodology 36Methodology 36