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View: There has been little in the way of new developments in the Hong Kong water sector thisquarter. The upgrade and modernisation projects already underway are continuing as planned and the waterreservoirs are at 76% capacity (slightly down on the previous year-on-year levels). In light of theseconsiderations, we have maintained our forecasts for this quarter.The uncertainty surrounding the steady supply of water from the Dong River in mainland China has forcedthe authorities in Hong Kong to develop a strategy and a number of projects that aim to reduce the demandfor fresh water while tapping alternative water sources for supply. Hong Kong benefits from strong waterinfrastructure, a selling point for investors, though there are limited new projects in the pipeline and manythat are in progress are nearing completion.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Water 9Political 11Economic 12Business Environment 13Industry Forecast 14Water Extraction 14Water Consumption 15Table: Hong Kong Water Consumption, 2011-2018 16Water Treatment & Sanitation 17Table: Hong Kong, Waste Water, 2011-2018 18Table: Hong Kong, Sanitation, 2011-2018 19Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 20Table: Asia Water Risk/Reward Ratings 20Rewards 20Risks 21Market Overview 22Water Supply & Consumption 22Table: Total Reservoir Levels July 2014 23Table: Reservoir Levels July 201423Distribution 25Table: Number of Accounts (as at 31 March 2013) 25Table: Water Mains Capacity 26Treatment & Sanitation 26Table: Water Treatment Facilities26Regulations & Tariffs 27Table: Commence on or after 16 February 1995 29Industry Trends And Developments 31Table: Hong Kong Water Sector Projects 33Competitive Landscape 34Government Ministries 34The Environmental Protection Department 34The Water Supplies Department 35The Drainage Services Department 35Infrastructure Participation 35Global Industry Overview 37Latin America's Power Sector Will Be Largest Water Consumer 38Exports and Solar Power Will Reduce MENA Power Sector Water Consumption 39SSA Power Companies Face Water Consumption Crackdown Over Longer Term 40Public Opinion and Political Manoeuvring Will Increase Water Costs for Power Companies in Western Europe 41Desire for Independence Will Insulate CEE Power Companies For Now 42Shale Boom Will Reduce US Power Company Water Needs 43Demographic Forecast 44Table: Hong Kong's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 45Table: Hong Kong's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total)46Table: Hong Kong's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 47Table: Hong Kong's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-202047Methodology 48Industry Forecast Methodology 48Sources 50Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 50Table: Water Risk/Reward Rating Indicators 51Table: Weighting of Indicators 53