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View: We believe that while the overall trend in the provision of water and sanitation services inBrazil has been one of improvement over recent decades (particularly in urban areas) vast differences inservice provision persist, and while the gap in service provision is likely to continue to narrow over thecoming years, this will require substantial investment from both the public and private sectors. Inparticular, we see key risks of undersupply affecting domestic and industrial consumers alike due to thecombination of severe droughts and the influx of visitors ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016Olympic Games.In Brazil, project delays are a serious concern, with around USD55bn worth of projects currentlysuspended, delayed or cancelled altogether, equivalent to nearly 17% of the total. We also remain concernedabout the number of new projects in the pre-tender phase and are cautious regarding the longer-termopportunities for new entrants to the market.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Water 9Political 11Economic 12Business Environment 13Industry Forecast 14Brazil Water Forecast 14Water Extraction 15Table: Brazil Water Extraction, 2011-201817Water Consumption 17Table: Brazil Water Consumption, 2011-2018 18Water Treatment & Sanitation 19Table: Brazil Water Treatment, 2011-201820Table: Brazil Sewage Networks, 2011-201821Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 22Brazil Risk/Reward Ratings 22Table: Latin America Risk/Reward Ratings22Rewards 22Risks 23Market Overview 24Water Supply & Consumption 24Table: Brazil Water Basin Resources 25Industrial & Agricultural Water Consumption 28Distribution 30Table: Access To Drinking Water, 2012-2014 31Treatment & Sanitation 31Regulations & Tariffs 32Table: Water Legislation by State33Industry Trends And Developments 36Key Projects, Industry Trends And Developments 36Table: Brazil Key Projects 42Competitive Landscape 45Agencia Nacional De Aguas 45National Council On Water Resources 46River Basin Committees 46River Basin Water Agencies 46Water Resources Civil Organizations 46NSF Bioensaios 47Water Utilities 47Global Industry Overview 48Latin America's Power Sector Will Be Largest Water Consumer 49Exports and Solar Power Will Reduce MENA Power Sector Water Consumption 50SSA Power Companies Face Water Consumption Crackdown Over Longer Term 51Public Opinion and Political Manoeuvring Will Increase Water Costs for Power Companies in Western Europe 52Desire for Independence Will Insulate CEE Power Companies For Now 53Shale Boom Will Reduce US Power Company Water Needs 54Demographic Forecast 55Table: Brazil's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 56Table: Brazil's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 57Table: Brazil's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 58Table: Brazil's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 58Methodology 59Industry Forecast Methodology 59Sources 61Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 61Table: Water Risk/Reward Rating Indicators 62Table: Weighting of Indicators 64