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Desalination Industries In Kuwait: Analysis Of Production And Consumption Trends Of Water Over The Last Decade

  • ID: 2965392
  • Report
  • Region: Kuwait
  • 80 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
until Dec 31st 2019
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Aquifers are a major source of water in Kuwait. They are vast underground reservoirs of water. In the 1970s, the government undertook a major effort to locate and map such aquifers and estimate their capacity. As a result, it was able to drill tens of thousands of deep tube wells in the most promising areas for both urban and agricultural use. Another major source of water is the sea. This is done through desalination, a process that produces potable water from brackish seawater. A network of dams has been built to trap and utilize precious seasonal floods. Vast underground water reservoirs have been tapped through deep wells. Desalination plants have been built to produce fresh water from the sea for urban and industrial use, thus freeing other sources for agriculture. Facilities have also been put into place to treat urban and industrial runoff for agricultural irrigation
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1. Executive summary
Areas covered (Sectors and countries)
Research methodology
2. Desalination
Water statistics
Breakdown of water usage
Consumption statistics and Trends
Technologies in place
companies(number of companies,revenues,market shares)
Future forecasts
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