Strategic and Innovation Priorities for Australian Water UtilitiesA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Strategic and Innovation Priorities for Australian Water UtilitiesA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Further Reforms May Remain Unclear as Multiple Advancements in the Water Industry Continue

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17-Jul-2014
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: P7E9-01-00-00-00
SKU: EN00083-AP-MR_00811
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This research service focuses on the growth and improvement potentials of the Australian water industry and water utilities. This water industry is highly fragmented, with several small and medium-sized participants. Furthermore, the water industry is different by state/territory. Australia’s urban water sector’s administrative arrangements vary by jurisdiction and within jurisdictions; they also vary between metropolitan and regional urban areas. However, the focus for all water utilities is common—to mitigate water scarcity and rising energy prices, and improve customer service.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary (continued)

Executive Summary—Key Takeaways

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Key Indicators—Geography

Key Indicators—Economic Activity

Key Indicators—Economic Activity (continued)

Key Indicators—Foreign Direct Investment

Key Indicators—Total Trade

Key Indicators—Socio-Economic Data

Key Indicators—Population Growth

Key Indicators—Immigration

Climate Change

Climate Change—Droughts and Floods

Key Takeaways and Implications

Water Industry at a Glance

Water Use Segmentation

Overview of Water Industry Structure

Key Stakeholders

Key Stakeholders (continued)

Governing Entities and Other Institutions

Governing Entities and Other Institutions (continued)

Governing Entities and Other Institutions (continued)

National Water Initiative

National Water Initiative (continued)

Market Participation

Accreditation of Companies

Business in the Water Industry

Business in the Water Industry (continued)

Business in the Water Industry (continued)

Key Takeaways and Implications

Dynamic Ever-Shifting Environment

Dynamic Ever-Shifting Environment (continued)

Water Scarcity Issue

Water Trading

Water Trading to Improve Water Security

Water Supply Chain

Areas to Innovate and Improve Efficiency

Key Takeaways and Implications

Desalination

Desalination (continued)

Desalination (continued)

Smart Water

Smart Water (continued)

Smart Water (continued)

Efficiency and Minimization

Membrane Technology for Industries

Membrane Technology for Industries (continued)

Recovery of Resources

Recovery of Resources (continued)

Sludge Management

Sludge Management (continued)

Membrane Bioreactor

Membrane Bioreactor (continued)

Energy Conservation and Monitoring

Energy Conservation and Monitoring (continued)

Energy Conservation and Monitoring (continued)

Convergence Areas

Key Takeaways and Implications

Key Takeaways and Implications (continued)

Economic Regulation Of Water

Economic Priorities

Framework for Water Utilities

Regulatory Directions for Water Utilities

Regulatory Priorities

Economic and Regulatory Priorities—In a Nutshell

Key Takeaways and Implications

Water Utility Best Practices in Asia-Pacific

Water Utility Best Practices—Singapore

Water Utility Best Practices—Japan

Water Utility Best Practices—New Zealand

Water Utility Best Practices—China

Lessons from Best Practices

Factors for Effective Autonomy of Water Utilities

Key Takeaways and Implications

Industrial Enterprises

Industrial Water Consumption

Services Enterprises

Services Water Consumption

Customer Focus

Customers as Strategy for Performance Improvements

Key Takeaways and Implications

Cybersecurity

Mix of Water and Energy

Desalination is Imminent

Desalination is Imminent (continued)

Desalination is Imminent (continued)

Utility Performance Crises and Factors that May Lead to Further Reforms

Key Success Factors

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This research service focuses on the growth and improvement potentials of the Australian water industry and water utilities. This water industry is highly fragmented, with several small and medium-sized participants. Furthermore, the water industry is different by state/territory. Australias urban water sectors administrative arrangements vary by jurisdiction and within jurisdictions; they also vary between metropolitan and regional urban areas. However, the focus for all water utilities is commonto mitigate water scarcity and rising energy prices, and improve customer service.
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Author Melvin Leong
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