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United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019

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United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019
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The concept and supply of mobile water treatment systems was started from the United States. In 1960s, mobile water treatment systems were first used to supply demineralized water to the ships of US Navy. The global mobile water treatment market continues to witness strong growth where the United States continues to be the largest market. The mobile water treatment plants market is catching up fast as an emerging segment in the water industry. The market is highly consolidated in terms of regional revenue generation as Americas alone accounted for more than 70% share in 2013. The global power industry is the largest consumer of the mobile water treatment systems, as in 2013, this industry accounted for over 40% share in value terms.

According to "United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Forecast & Opportunities 2019", the demand for mobile water treatment services market is driven by rising growth of water intensive industries. Power, pharmaceutical, chemical, mining, desalination and processing industries are the major end-users for the mobile water treatment services. However, the market is not witnessing any significant growth in the residential segment as bottled water market in the United States is growing robustly, thereby restraining the growth of residential mobile water treatment market. In 2008, the consumption of bottled water was 6.6 billion gallons per year, which reached to 9.7 billion gallons per year in 2012. "United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Forecast & Opportunities, 2019", discusses the following aspects related to mobile water treatment services market in the United States:

• United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, Share & Forecast
• United States Membrane, Resin, Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, Share & Forecast
• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
• Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations

Why You Should Buy This Report?

• To gain an in-depth understanding of mobile water treatment services market in the United States
• To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the next five years
• To help industry consultants, mobile water treatment service suppliers and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies
• To obtain research based business decisions and add weight to presentations and marketing materials
• To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs.

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with water treatment service providers and industry experts. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.
1. Analyst Briefing
2. Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Outlook
2.1. Market Size & Forecast
2.1.1. By Value
2.1.2. By Volume
3. United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Outlook
3.1. Market Size & Forecast
3.1.1. By Value
3.1.2. By Volume
3.2. Market Share & Forecast
3.2.1. By Company
3.2.2. By End-User Industries (Energy & Power, Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing, Paper, etc.)
3.2.3. By Technology (Membrane, Resin & Filtration)
3.2.4. By Region
4. United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Outlook
4.1. Market Size & Forecast
4.1.1. By Value
4.2. Market Share & Forecast
4.2.1. By Technology
4.2.2. By End-User Industries
5. United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Outlook
5.1. Market Size & Forecast
5.1.1. By Value
5.2. Market Share & Forecast
5.2.1. By Technology
5.2.2. By End-User Industries
6. United States Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Outlook
6.1. Market Size & Forecast
6.1.1. By Value
6.2. Market Share & Forecast
6.2.1. By Technology
6.2.2. By End-User Industries
7. Policy & Regulatory Landscape
8. Market Dynamics
8.1. Drivers
8.2. Challenges
9. Market Trends & Developments
9.1. Mobile Water Treatment in Power Industry
9.2. Rental Facility
9.3. Backward Integration
9.4. Innovation in Membrane Technologies
10. United States Economic Profile
11. Competitive Landscape
11.1. GE Water & Process Technologies, Inc.
11.2. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies
11.3. Infilco Degremont Inc.
11.4. Siemens Water Technologies LLC / Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
11.5. Eimco Water Technologies
11.6. Culligan International Inc.
11.7. Pall Corporation
11.8. Applied Membrane Inc.
11.9. Crossbow Water, LLC
11.10. Orenco Systems, Inc.
12. Strategic Recommendations
13. Research Methodology

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 1991, 2001 & 2011, USD Million
Figure 2: Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 3: Global Water Consumption Share, By Volume By Sector, 2012
Figure 4: Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Volume, 2008-2019F, Units
Figure 5: Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2013E
Figure 6: Global Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size in Power Industry, By Value, 2011-2019F, USD Million
Figure 7: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F, USD Million
Figure 8: The United States Primary Energy Production & Consumption, By Volume, 2008-2012, Quadrillion Btu
Figure 9: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services in Power Industry, By Value, 2011-2018F, USD Million
Figure 10: The United States Shale Gas Share in Total Dry Natural Gas Production, By Volume 2012
Figure 11: Compound Annual Growth Rate of Mobile Water Treatment Plants and Conventional Wastewater Treatment Plants, By Value, 2008-2013E & 2014F-2019F
Figure 12: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Volume, 2009, 2013E & 2019F, Units
Figure 13: The United States Desalination Market Size, By Volume, Million Gallons per Day
Figure 14: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Market Size in Desalination, By Value, USD Thousand
Figure 15: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Suppliers, By Value, 2013E & 2019F
Figure 16: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End-Users, By Value, 2013E & 2019F
Figure 17: The United States Dry Natural Gas Production & Consumption, 2008-2019F, Trillion Cubic Feet
Figure 18: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size in Oil & Gas Industry, By Value 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 19: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2013E
Figure 20: The United States Membrane Market Size, By Value, 2010-2019F, USD Billion
Figure 21: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2019F
Figure 22: The United States Resin Mobile Treatment Services Market Size in Semiconductor & Microelectronics Industry, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 23: The United States Mobile Treatment Services Market Share, By Region, By Volume, 2013E & 2019F
Figure 24: The Southeast United States Electricity Generation, By Region, By Volume, 2010, Million MWh
Figure 25: The Southeast United States Shale Gas Production, By Region, By Volume, 2010, Billion Cubic Feet
Figure 26: The Midwest United States Electricity Generation, By Region, By Volume, 2010, Million MWh
Figure 27: The Midwest United States Shale Gas Production, By Region, By Volume, 2010, Billion Cubic Feet
Figure 28: Montana Shale Gas Production,2010, Billion Cubic Feet
Figure 29: The United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 30: The United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2013E
Figure 31: The United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2019F
Figure 32: The United States Membranes Market Size, By Volume, 2010-2019F, Million Units
Figure 33: The United States RO Membranes Market Size, By Value, 2010-2019F, USD Billion
Figure 34: The United States RO Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 35: The United States UF Membranes Market Size, By Value, 2010-2019F, USD Billion
Figure 36: The United States UF Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services, Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 37: The United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Value, 2013E
Figure 38: The United States Membrane Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Value, 2019F
Figure 39: The United States Capex Share on Water & Wastewater Treatment in the Power Industry, 2013 Figure 40: The United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 41: The United States Ion Exchange Resin Market Size, By Value, 2011-2017F, USD Million
Figure 42: The United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2013E
Figure 43: The United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Value, 2019F
Figure 44: Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services, Current & Forecast CAGR, By Value, 2013E & 2019F
Figure 45: The United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Value, 2013E
Figure 46: The United States Resin Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Value, 2019F
Figure 47: The United States Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, By Value, 2008-2019F, USD Million
Figure 48: The United States Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By Technology, By Volume, 2013E & 2019F
Figure 49: The United States Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Volume, 2013E
Figure 50: The United States Filtration Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Share, By End Users, By Volume, 2019F
Figure 51: The Mobile Water Treatment Services Market Size, in Power Industry, By Value, By Country, 2011-2018F, USD Million

List of Tables

Table 1: Share of Health Violations and Contaminated Water System in the United States, By States, 2012
Table 2: Comparison of Conventional Media Filtration and Ultrafiltration based Prefilter Output
Table 3: Ultrafiltration Membrane Application , By Industries
Table 4: Ion Exchange Resin Application in Various Process Industries
Table 5: Impact of Hard Water on Various Industries
Table 6 : The United States EPA Operating Regions and States Under the Region
Table 7 : National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
Table 8: National Secondary Drinking Water
Table 9: The United States EPA Standards for Power Industry
Table 10: The United States Mobile Water Treatment Backward Integration
Table 11: GE Mobile Water Treatment Systems Configuration, By Technology

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