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Global Water Desalination Plants Market 2019-2025 by Companies Suez Environnement, Veolia, Dow Chemical

17.10.2019


The latest report is titled “Global Water Desalination Plants industry analysis and Forecast from 2019 to 2025”. This study offers a detailed overview and the futuristic prospects of the Water Desalination Plants market. Reportedly, the Water Desalination Plants market document highlights extremely crucial industry events such as recent development trends, various growth opportunities and technological…



Sydney’s desalination plant set to expand as drought continues

16.10.2019


The New South Wales government has begun preliminary planning to boost output at Sydney’s desalination plant, in a bid to secure the city’s water supply as dam levels continue to drop. The Kurnell plant, which can currently supply drinking water for up to 1.5 million people in Sydney, returned to operation in January for the…



Global Seawater Desalination Membrane market 2019 – 2025 analysis examined in new market research report

15.10.2019


Global Seawater Desalination Membrane Market Overview: The latest report on the global Seawater Desalination Membrane market suggests a positive growth rate in the coming years. Analysts have studied the historical data and compared it with the current market scenario to determine the trajectory this market will take in the coming years. The investigative approach taken…



Does size matter? Meet six of the world’s largest desalination plants

14.10.2019


The recently awarded Rabigh 3 desalination project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to ACWA Power was branded as one of the world’s largest desalination plants. To put it into perspective, with a capacity of 600,000 m3/day, that’s 600 million litres of water that will eventually be produced per day. There is no doubting at…



Chilean Mines Minister: Electromobility and Chile’s Mining Future

25.04.2019


At this year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, the Investing News Network had the chance to talk to Chile’s mines minister, Baldo Prokurica. Prokurica shared his thoughts on mining in Chile, what challenges are ahead for the country and what the future holds for lithium, cobalt and copper projects there. Watch the…



Climate Change and a Salty Dilemma

31.01.2019


HAVANA TIMES – As the threat of water scarcity increasingly grows, many have turned to the Earth’s plentiful oceans for a solution. However, this has created a new risk threatening public and environmental health: brine. In a new study, the United Nations University’s Institute for Water, Environment, and Health (UNU-INWEH) assessed the state of desalination…



Desalinated water affects the energy equation in the Middle East

24.01.2019


Perhaps more than in other parts of the world, in the Middle East energy and water are closely intertwined. Any discussion about the outlook for electricity in the region also becomes a discussion about water. As we examined in detail in the latest WEO special report, Outlook for Producer Economies, this is largely because of…



Brazil, in the face of the danger of water shortages

23.01.2019


Brazil has 12% of freshwater in the world and, even so, today it is in crisis mainly in the southeast region, where the largest population concentration is. To the classic problems of waste, pollution, irregular distribution and losses due to deficiencies in the maintenance of the distribution system, we must now add the greatest drought…



MEXICO, a thirsty city


Mexico is in a critical situation regarding the use of its water resources due to overexploitation, pollution and misuse of water sources. The poor quality of the aquifers has caused the population to distrust the running water and resort to the consumption of bottled water. In the political sphere, the scarce access to water has…



Fluence puts $8.4 million into Peru project

22.01.2019


Fluence is investing $8.4 million in a seawater desalination plant in Peru to provide process water to industrial clients. The company has signed a 10-year water purchase agreement (WPA) with an industrial customer that will generate $1.7 million in yearly revenue. The contract is for 1.1 million cubes of industrial-grade water a year. The initial…