- Language: English
- 38 Pages
- Published: September 2013
- Region: Algeria
Malaysia Water Market Insight
- ID: 2682783
- September 2013
- Region: Malaysia
- 72 Pages
- Global Water Intelligence
The Malaysian water market is on the up. The government is highly motivated to fund service and this coupled with a GDP growth rate in excess of 8% makes for an exciting market.
Capital expenditure is set to increase by a huge 125% with spending increasing from $0.9 billion in 2011 to $2.1 billion by 2018. This report pinpoints the best opportunities for foreign players in large, specialized or technically innovative projects, gives you strategies for breaking into the market and makes projections for further opportunities for international players in the Malaysian water market.
There are four main sections in this report – in-depth analysis of the Malaysia water market, forecasts, a guide to regulations and, finally, a full list of water utilities.
Market drivers and opportunities
The rapid progression in the Malaysia water and wastewater sector is being driven by the government’s aim to see the country achieve ‘high-income developed nation’ status by 2020.
To achieve this water and wastewater coverage will be extended and infrastructure will be improved and this report will identify the schemes and initiatives that will drive opportunities for your business:
- Malaysian water and wastewater treatment project targets – we show you how government schemes that set targets for the number of new projects will create huge opportunities for water treatment companies in Malaysia between now and 2015. We identify the opportunities for public-private partnerships, look at the common contracts models, and show you how you can successfully get involved in the new projects over the next five years.
- Supply chain analysis – there are excellent opportunities for international players who understand how the supply chain works and who they need to build relationships with to compete with local players. This report is your handbook to understanding how the Malaysian water market really works.
- New and innovative technologies – foreign companies have most success as equipment suppliers of new and innovative technologies, We show you the technology trends, how to overcome obstacles to market entry and how equipment is bought and sold.
The Malaysia market insight report offers a complete guide to the water pollution in Malaysia and the country’s existing regulatory framework and laws, as well as predicting future regulatory scenarios.
This report will allow you to understand which current and emerging regulations will create a demand for your technology, and help you plan the expansion of your product portfolio for compliance with future regulations in this market.
This chapter includes:
- Regulatory framework for drinking water in Malaysia, wastewater discharge and reuse
- Drinking water in Malaysia - quality regulations
- Municipal and industrial wastewater quality regulations
- Malaysian 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
Water in Malaysia holds big opportunities for the private sector. This market insight report gives you invaluable advice from industry insiders on how to do business in the Malaysia Water Market, 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 malaysia water 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 over 70 utilities in Malaysia.
We have already highlighted that there are increasing opportunities for the private sector in the Malaysian water market, 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 watsewater 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.
- Drinking water Malaysia - 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. Malaysia - 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
1.3 Water sector organisation and structure
1.3.1 Government ministries and agencies
Figure 1.3 Government ministries and agencies
1.3.2 Water and wastewater service providers
188.8.131.52 Water service providers
Figure 1.4 Water supply providers in Malaysia by state
184.108.40.206 Wastewater service providers
1.4 Government’s water strategy
1.4.1 Malaysia Plan (2011-2015)
Figure 1.5 Government strategy for the water services industry in Malaysia
1.4.2 National Water Resources Policy (NWRP)
1.4.3 Wastewater strategy
1.4.4 Water and wastewater projects within the Economic Transformation Programme
1.5 Water availability and demand
1.5.1 Water availability
Figure 1.6 Water resource availability in Malaysia by state
1.5.2 Sectoral water demand
Figure 1.7 Projected sectoral water demand for Malaysia, 2010-2050
Figure 1.8 Breakdown of water demand by sector, 2010-2050
1.6 Municipal water and wastewater
Figure 1.9 Water supply indicators
Figure 1.10 Wastewater indicators
1.6.1 Water treatment
220.127.116.11 Metered water consumption and NRW
Figure 1.11 Metered domestic and non-domestic consumption, 2007-2011
Figure 1.12 Volume of water feeding the system and percentage of NRW by state, 2011
Figure 1.13 Breakdown of water supply network by types of pipe, 2011
18.104.22.168 Water treatment capacity
Figure 1.14 Water treatment design and operational capacity by state, 2011
Figure 1.15 Projected potable water demand for 2020 vs WTP design capacities as of 2011
Figure 1.16 Major WTPs in Malaysia
22.214.171.124 Water treatment in Selangor
1.6.3 Wastewater treatment
Figure 1.17 Wastewater services for Peninsular Malaysia, 2011
Figure 1.18 Public STPs in Peninsular Malaysia by type, 2011
Figure 1.19 Distribution of STPs by state, 2010
Figure 1.20 Number of STPs for the connected wastewater facilities by capacity, 2011
Figure 1.21 Major WWTPs in Malaysia
1.6.4 Water reuse
1.7 Water finance
1.7.1 Funding sources
Figure 1.22 Average domestic water tariffs for the first 35 m³ in Malaysia, 2009-2012
Figure 1.23 Structure of wastewater tariff in Malaysia by type of customer, 2012
1.7.2 Capital expenditure
126.96.36.199 Capital expenditure in the water sector
Figure 1.24 Schedule of proposed water supply projects in Malaysia and estimated costs, 2010-2050
Figure 1.25 Water supply projects in Malaysia until 2050 by state
188.8.131.52 Capital expenditure in the wastewater sector
Figure 1.26 Capital investments in wastewater sector in Peninsular Malaysia, 2008-2011
Figure 1.27 Capital investments in the wastewater sector according to federal programme
1.7.3 Operating expenditure
Figure 1.28 Total operating costs, total expenditure and revenues in the water sector, 2010-2011
Figure 1.29 Evolution of total expenditure and revenue in the water sector, 2007-2011
Figure 1.30 Total operating costs, total expenditure and revenues in the wastewater sector, 2010-2011
Figure 1.31 Evolution of total expenditure and revenue in the wastewater sector, 2007-2011
1.8 Private sector participation
Figure 1.32 Summary of PPI projects in Malaysia
1.9 Procurement process for water and wastewater infrastructure
1.9.1 Procurement procedures
1.9.2 Procurement requirements
Figure 1.33 Registration requirements for supply chain companies in Malaysia
Figure 1.34 PKK classes for civil work contractors
1.9.3 Procurement stages
Figure 1.35 Procurement process of Malaysia
1.9.4 Procurement models
1.10 Supply chain
1.10.1 Consulting engineers
Figure 1.36 Major EPC contractors active in more than one sector of the supply chain in Malaysia
1.10.3 Private operators
184.108.40.206 Selangor case
1.10.4 Equipment suppliers
1.11 Current and future key projects
1.11.1 Current projects
Figure 1.37 Water supply projects under the Malaysia Plan for the period 2011-2012
Figure 1.38 Current projects in the Malaysian water industry
1.11.2 Future projects
Figure 1.39 Future projects in the Malaysian water industry
1.12 Future market directions
1.12.2 Notes on the market forecast
1.13 Market forecast
Figure 1.40 Market forecast, 2011-2018
Figure 1.41 Market forecast breakdown, 2013
Figure 1.42 Market forecast data, 2011-2018
Figure 1.43 Industrial markets, 2013-2017
2. Malaysia - Regulations
2.1 Regulatory framework for drinking water, wastewater discharge and reuse
2.1.1 Main government bodies
Figure 2.1 Government bodies: Drinking water, wastewater discharge and reuse regulation in Malaysia
2.1.2 Relevant legislation
Figure 2.2 Laws that affect the responsibilities of organisations involved in drinking water and wastewater discharge standards
2.2 Drinking water quality regulations
2.2.1 Drinking water quality standards
Figure 2.3 Specifications for drinking water parameters and monitoring frequency, according to the NSDWQ (update)
2.2.2 Implementation of regulations and compliance
Figure 2.4 Drinking water quality monitoring schedule
2.2.3 Future plans
2.3 Municipal and industrial wastewater quality regulations
2.3.1 Wastewater quality regulations
220.127.116.11 Wastewater discharge standards
Figure 2.5 Specifications for municipal wastewater parameters (facilities built after the 2009 revised regulations came into force)
Figure 2.6 Specifications for municipal wastewater parameters (existing wastewater treatment systems approved after January 1999)
Figure 2.7 Specifications for municipal wastewater parameters (existing wastewater treatment system approved before January 1999)
Figure 2.8 Specifications for industrial wastewater and mixed effluent parameters
Figure 2.9 COD standards for discharge of industrial effluent by industry
2.3.2 Implementation of regulations and compliance
Figure 2.10 Discharge fee for sewage treatment systems constructed before 2009, and after 2009
Figure 2.11 Discharge fee for industrial effluent
2.3.3 Monitoring and sampling
2.3.4 Wastewater treatment technology in Malaysia
2.3.5 Sewage sludge regulations
2.3.6 Future plans
2.4 Water reuse regulations
2.4.1 Current regulatory framework
18.104.22.168 Water quality standards for surface water
Figure 2.12 Water use classes in the National Water Quality Standards
Figure 2.13 National water quality standards for surface water
2.4.2 Implementation of regulations and compliance
2.4.3 Future plans
2.5 Water in industry: Oil & Gas
2.5.1 Organisations that influence water policies
2.5.2 Regulations relating to the oil industry
2.6 Future regulatory scenario and conclusions
2.7 List of laws, standards and policies
3. Malaysia - Utilities