- Language: English
- 316 Pages
- Published: March 2012
Indonesia Water Market Insight
- ID: 2682599
- August 2013
- Region: Indonesia
- 63 Pages
- Global Water Intelligence
Indonesia is set to be one of the best markets for private sector involvement over the next 5 years. It has experienced rapid economic growth in recent years but the water sector has lagged behind – this is set to change and there will be increasing opportunities for the private sector.
The government have planned a catalogue of high value projects for the next decade to improve the water supply in Indonesia, and these are heavily reliant on private sector participation. Capital expenditure on water and wastewater is set to double from $2.6 billion in 2011 and to $5.0 billion in 2018 and Global Water Market Insight: Indonesia will show you exactly how you can take advantage of these emerging opportunities.
From analysis of the water sector structure, challenges and opportunities to a list of utilities – this is your complete guide to penetrating this market or strengthening your presence in this country.
With this particular report, you will receive a snapshot of the latest PPP project trackers for this region! They will help you understand key project trends and provide concrete sales leads for expanding in this market.
Market drivers and opportunities
Although private sector participation is on the rise in this market, a concerted strategy is necessary to successfully plan your involvement in this complex market.
This report will show which market developments are creating opportunities for your business and it will show you exactly how the market works, so you can plan your involvement in this sector.
Private sector participation and governmental programmes – PPP contracts are on the rise but getting involved has its complications. We reveal the government programmes that are endorsing high value water projects and creating the most lucrative opportunities for the private sector. This report will analyse the investment models in place, show you the procurement models that are in place and will demonstrate the best routes for entering the Indonesian PPP market.
Decentralisation – Indonesia is undergoing a process of decentralisation. This market insight report investigates the changes in the market as a result of this development and it examines how this will affect investment in and development of water and wastewater infrastructure. It looks at the emerging demand for funding schemes and technical assistance and predicts potential future opportunities in this market as the economy continues to grow and the market expands – so you can pinpoint the best prospects for your business.
Global Water Intelligence Market Insight: Indonesia provides a complete guide to regulations in this market so you can thoroughly plan your market entry strategies and understands the laws that will affect your business planning in this market.
Indonesia’s decentralised market means that each local government is responsible for policy decision making and enforcement, so this report is essential in understanding the regulatory framework that will affect how you do business in the Indonesian water market.
This chapter includes:
- Regulatory framework for drinking water, wastewater discharge and reuse
- Drinking water quality regulations
- Municipal and industrial wastewater quality regulations
- Water reuse regulations
- Implementation of regulations and compliance
- Water in industry
- Future regulatory scenario and conclusions
- List of laws, standards and policies - both in their native language and English, with internet links for easy location
Accessing the market
This market insight report gives you invaluable advice from industry insiders on how to do business in this country, so you can break into the market or increase your existing presence.
By interviewing experts who have concrete experience in that country, we reveal how the market works in practice and give you strategies to successfully enter the supply chain, offering:
- Analysis of procurement processes and market penetration strategies
- Supply chain analysis
- A list of key water market players and who your potential partners or competitors will be
- Possible ways to enter the supply chain alongside the dominant market players
A database of 144 utilities in Indonesia.
We have already highlighted that there are increasing opportunities for the private sector in Indonesia, and have given strategies for accessing these opportunities.
The final part of this report will allow you to follow up this advice with concrete sales leads and a deep understanding of each water utility and its service. We give you direct access to and contacts details for each utility and the decision maker where possible.
For each utility you will receive the following information:
- Utility name
- General email address
- Water services
- Wastewater services
- Drainage/stormwater service
- Other services
- Service area type
- Service area description
- Ownership type
- Name of the owner/contract operator
- Population served water (number)
- Population served wastewater (number)
- Water connections (number)
- Wastewater connections (number)
- Water pipe network (km)
- Wastewater pipe network (km)
- Name of Head of the organisation
- Job title
- Phone number
Forecasts and Datasets
Accompanying spreadsheets and datasets
The report is accompanied by two spreadsheets, which contain the market forecast and additional datasets.
The market forecast spreadsheet brings together the forecast information from the end of the market section of the report, so that you can manipulate the information. The forecasts included are:
- Utility capital expenditure by spending area.
- Industrial capital expenditure by industry.
- Utility equipment capital expenditure by equipment line.
- Industrial equipment capital expenditure by equipment line.
- Utility water and wastewater operating expenditure.
- Utility and industrial expenditure on chemicals.
The datasets spreadsheet provides the following supplementary information to the report, as appropriate for the country.
- Water and wastewater indicators. A dataset that gives context to the report by quantifying the level of utility coverage. See the Indicators of utility service coverage section on the following page for full details.
- Water and wastewater utilities. A dataset of utilities that serve more then 50,000 people. Where available, data fields include state/region/province and city (where applicable), utility name, address, phone, website, general email address, water services, wastewater services, drainage / stormwater service, other services, service area type, service area description, ownership type , name of owner / contract operator (when there is private sector involvement), population served water, population served wastewater , water connections , wastewater connections , water pipe network length, wastewater pipe network length, head of organisation name, job title, email address and phone number.
- Private contracts. A dataset of awarded contracts with some degree of private sector participation. Where available, data fields include start year, end year, contract type (e.g. O&M), contract scope, contract name, private company, water population served, wastewater population served, water capacity, wastewater capacity, stake held by company, project type (e.g. BOT), contract length (years), contract value, expected cost, client.
- Tracked PPP projects. A dataset of potential projects yet to be awarded from the Global Water Intelligence PPP (public-private partnership) tracker. Where available, data fields include project name, capacity, expected cost, project description, client, project structure and current status.
- Drinking water regulations. Data tables of drinking water regulatory standards, including both the substance names from the original sources and standardised IUPAC names for ease of reference.
- Wastewater discharge regulations. Data tables of drinking water regulatory standards, including both the substance names from the original sources and standardised IUPAC names for ease of reference. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Accompanying spreadsheets and datasets
Utility and industrial forecast category definitions
Indicators of utility service coverage
Indicators of water service coverage
Indicators of wastewater service coverage
1. Indonesia - Market
1.1 Overview of indicators
Figure 1.1 Population projections, 2010-2020
Figure 1.2 Economic indicators
1.2 Context and overview of challenges
1.2.1 Challenges in Indonesia’s water and wastewater sector
1.3 The water sector organisation and structure
1.3.1 Government ministries and agencies
Figure 1.3 Central and local governmental bodies responsible for the water sector in Indonesia
Figure 1.4 Organisational structure of the Ministry of Public Works
Figure 1.5 Other organisations involved in Indonesia’s water sector
1.3.2 Water and wastewater service providers
Figure 1.6 Indonesian water utility capacities based on province
Figure 1.7 The 10 largest public water utilities by number of household connections in 2010
1.4 Government strategies
1.4.1 Water sector strategies
22.214.171.124 The Urban Water Supply Programme
126.96.36.199 The Rural Water Supply Programme
1.4.2 Wastewater Sector Strategy
188.8.131.52 Institutional-based approach
184.108.40.206 Community-based approach
1.5 Water availability and demand
1.5.1 Water availability
Figure 1.8 Indonesian water resources, 2011
Figure 1.9 Indonesian Islands’ potential water reserves
1.5.2 Sectoral water demand
Figure 1.10 Sectoral water use trends in Indonesia, 1990-2011
1.6 Municipal water and wastewater
Figure 1.11 Public access to piped water supply in Indonesia, 1990-2010
Figure 1.12 Percentage of households in urban and rural areas by drinking water source, 2010
Figure 1.13 Water supply indicators
Figure 1.14 Wastewater indicators
1.6.1 Water treatment
Figure 1.15 The 10 largest water utilities in Indonesia by design and operational capacity
Figure 1.16 Desalination plants by sector in Indonesia
1.6.2 Wastewater treatment
Figure 1.17 Existing WWTPs in Indonesia, 2011
1.6.3 Water reuse
1.7 Water finance
1.7.1 Funding sources
220.127.116.11 PDAM budget, and local (municipal/regencial) government funds
18.104.22.168 PDAM tariffs
Figure 1.18 Water tariffs charged by the largest public utilities, 2010
22.214.171.124 Private sector investment
126.96.36.199 Commercial credit support
188.8.131.52 Government funding agencies
184.108.40.206 Government budgets for the wastewater sector
1.7.2 Capital expenditure
Figure 1.19 Funding details for Indonesian Water Sector Programmes, 2011-2014 period
1.7.3 Operating expenditure
1.8 Private sector participation
1.8.1 Public-private partnership (PPP)
Figure 1.20 Current PPP contracts in Indonesia
220.127.116.11 Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)
1.9 Procurement process for water and wastewater infrastructure
1.9.1 Business-to-business (B2B) procurement model
18.104.22.168 Procurement process for B2B projects
22.214.171.124 Current projects procured under B2B model
1.9.2 Unsolicited PPP procurement method
126.96.36.199 Procurement process for unsolicited projects
1.9.3 Solicited PPP procurement method
188.8.131.52 Procurement process for solicited projects
184.108.40.206 Current obstacles in procurement of solicited PPP projects
1.10 Supply chain
1.10.1 Consulting engineers
1.10.3 Private operators
1.10.4 Equipment suppliers
Figure 1.21 Equipment suppliers in Indonesia
1.11 Current and future key projects
1.11.1 Current projects
1.11.2 Future projects
220.127.116.11 Large-scale priority projects
18.104.22.168 Large-scale potential projects
1.12 Future market directions
1.12.2 Notes on the market forecast
1.13 Market forecast
Figure 1.22 Market forecast, 2011-2018
Figure 1.23 Market forecast breakdown, 2013
Figure 1.24 Market forecast data, 2011-2018
Figure 1.25 Industrial markets, 2013-2017
2. Indonesia - Regulations
2.1 Regulatory framework for drinking water, wastewater discharge and reuse
Figure 2.1 Government bodies: Drinking water, wastewater discharge and reuse regulation in Indonesia
2.1.1 Main government bodies
2.1.2 Relevant legislation
Figure 2.2 Legislation relating to responsibilities of government agencies involved in drinking water and wastewater discharge standards
2.2 Drinking water quality regulations
2.2.1 Drinking water quality requirements
Figure 2.3 Specifications for drinking water parameters, according to Minister of Health Decree No.492/2010
2.2.2 Implementation of regulations and compliance
2.2.3 Monitoring and sampling
2.2.4 Future plans
2.3 Municipal and industrial wastewater quality regulations
2.3.1 Wastewater quality regulations
22.214.171.124 Domestic wastewater discharge standards
Figure 2.4 Domestic treated wastewater standards, according to Minister of Environment Decree No.112/2003
126.96.36.199 Industrial wastewater discharge standards
Figure 2.5 Industrial treated wastewater standards, according to Minister of Environment Decree No.51/1995
Figure 2.6 List of industrial wastewater discharge standards
Figure 2.7 Wastewater Quality Standards for Industrial Zones, Minister of Environment Decree No.3/2010
2.3.2 Implementation of regulations and compliance
188.8.131.52 Implementation and enforcement
184.108.40.206 Compliance and reporting
2.3.3 Monitoring and sampling
2.3.4 Wastewater treatment technology in Indonesia
Figure 2.8 Municipal wastewater treatment technology and capacity in Indonesia
2.3.5 Future plans
2.4 Water reuse regulations
2.5 Water in industry: Oil and gas
2.5.1 Organisations that influence water policies
2.5.2 Regulations in the oil and gas industry
Figure 2.9 Wastewater Quality Standards For Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Beach Release (Offshore), Minister of Environment Decree No.13/1997
Figure 2.10 Wastewater Quality Standards For Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Land Facility (Onshore), Minister of Environment Decree No.13/1997
Figure 2.11 Wastewater Quality Standards For Geothermal Exploration and Production, Minister of Environment Decree No.13/1997
Figure 2.12 Wastewater Quality Standards For Oil Processing, Minister of Environment Decree No.13/1997
Figure 2.13 Wastewater Quality Standards For Integrated LNG and LPG Refinery, Minister of Environment Decree No.13/1997
2.6 Future regulatory scenario and conclusions
2.7 List of laws, standards and policies
3. Indonesia - Utilities