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The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, a leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Indian Infrastructure, Smart Utilities and Renewable Watch magazines. It also publishes a series of reports on the infrastructure sectors including Desalination Market in India and Wastewater Treatment & Reuse Market in India, Sewage Treatment Market in India and Municipal Solid Waste Market in India & Coal-based Power Generation and Captive Power in India. It also publishes Urban Water & Sanitation News (a weekly newsletter) and the Water Industry Directory & Yearbook.

 

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Desalination in India

The companies that participated in our previous related conferences include:

AECOM, Ahmednagar Municipal Corporation, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, Alfa Laval (India), Alom Poly Extrusions, APGENCO, Aqua Designs India, AUMA India, Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board, BASF India, Bhagalpur Smart City, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Black & Veatch, Bosch, Brasten Group, C.R.I. Pumps, Center for Fly Ash Research & Management, Central Pollution Control Board, CESC, CH2MILL, Clearford Water Systems Inc., Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society, CPCB, CPHEEO MOUD, CPWD, CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory, Damodar Valley Corporation, Danfoss Industries, Delhi Jal Board, Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation, Deloitte, Desein Private, Dhariwal Infrastructure, DHR Holding India Private, EEC, EIL, Electrosteel Castings, Energy, Engineers India, Enviro Analysts & Engineers, Essar Power, Essar Power Gujarat, Forbes Marshall, Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation, GHMC, GIZ, GPCU, UP Jal Nigam Allahabad, Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority, GSECL, Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company, Gurgaon Municipal Corporation, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, Hitachi Zosen, HMEL, IFC, Jash Engineering, JITF Water Infrastructure, JSW Energy, Kanpur Municipal Corporation, LNT ECC, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, McElroy Sales and Service India, McNally Bharat Engineering Company, Ministry of Water Resources, MM Aqua Technologies, Municipal Corporation Gurgaon, Municipal Corporation Jaipur, Municipal Corporation Karnal, Municipal Corporation Moradabad, Municipal Corporation Panchkula, Nabha Power, Nagpur Smart City, National Institute of Ocean Technology, National Institute of Urban Affairs, National Mission Clean Ganga, National Projects Construction Corporation, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, NPCC, NTPC, ONGC, Organica Water, Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, Praj Industries, Premier Tech Aqua Systems India Private, Pune Municipal Corporation, Punjab Pollution Control Board, Punjab Water Supply & Sewarage Board, PWD, PWSSB, Qua Water Technologies, Raj West Power, Rehau Polymers, Rex Polyextrusion, Schwing Stetter (India), Sekisui Chemical India, SFC Environmental Technologies, Shah Technical Consultants, Shubham Acqualink, SMS Envocare, SNC-Lavalin Infrastructure, STEAG Energy Services (India), Sudarshan Chemical, Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, Sumitomo Corporation India, Suzalkem Technologies, Tamil Nadu Water Investment Company, Tata Consulting Engineers, Tata Power Company, Tata Projects, Technofab Engineering, Teyma India, Thane Municipal Corporation, The World Bank, Tirupati Municipal Corporation, Triveni Engineering & Industries, UP Jal Nigam Allahabad, VA Tech Wabag, Vishvaraj Infrastructure, Voltas, WaterHealth India, Weir Minerals (India), WILO Mather and Platt Pumps, Wipro Enterprises, Xylem Water Solutions, etc.

 

Industrial Water Management

The companies that participated in our previous conferences on “Water Management by Industries” include: AECOM, Andritz Hydro, APGENCO, Aquatech System, Banyan Tree Advisors, BHEL, Black& Veatech, Brookings India, Central Electricity Authority, CESC, CLSA, Damodar Valley Corporation, Delloite, Dhariwal Infrastructure, EEC, Essar Power , Forbes Marshall, GE, GIZ, GSECL,HEG, Hindustan Power-MB Power, Hydranautic-Nitto Group of Companies, ICRA, IL & FS Energy Development Company, Indo German Energy Fortum, Jindal Power , Kalpatru Power Transmission, Kirloskar Pneumatic, Lars Enviro, LNT, Maharashtra State Power Central Electricity Authority Govt of India, Multi Act Equity Consultancy, Nabha Power, National Institute of Ocean Technology, Nitto Group Company, NTPC, Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission, ONGC Tripura Power Company, Rattan India Power, Reliance, Securities investment Management, Shubham Aqualink, Siemens, Skipper, SMS Envocare, SRF, Suez Water, Tata Power, TERI, Thermax, Thermo Fisher Scientific India, TSGENCO, Uniper Power Service India, Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission, VDMA India Services, Weir Minerals, etc

DESALINATION IN INDIA

  • The potential of desalination of seawater to meet the growing municipal and industrial water requirements is slowly being realised. Industries such as thermal power plants and oil refineries are setting up large-scale desalination plants to meet their water requirements efficiently. At least 325 mld of desalination capacity will be added over the next three to four years in the industrial segment.
  • On the municipal front, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat have witnessed a tremendous increase in desalination demand. Plans are afoot for the deployment of at least 940 mld of desalination capacity for municipal use.
  • However, Covid-19 has impacted construction activity in the desalination segment. While under-construction projects are facing delays due to shortages of manpower and disruptions in the supply chain, bid due dates have been extended for under-bidding projects. With the gradual easing of the lockdown, contractors have resumed construction activity and greater emphasis is also being laid on the use of advanced technologies and equipment.
  • Meanwhile, new strategies are being devised to reduce energy consumption, a key contributor to operational costs, which have been on the rise. Technologies such as reverse osmosis, and multistage and multiple-effect distillation are already prevalent in the country. Other cost-effective advanced desalination technologies such as electrodialysis, forward osmosis and membrane distillation are also being explored to develop large-scale desalination plants. Besides, the use of renewable energy to power desalination plants is being tested.
  • Further, the industry is witnessing developments such as the adoption of advanced ultrafiltration membrane technology for the pre-treatment process, SCADA systems, artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques for digitalising operations, and variable frequency drives for efficient energy management.
  • Over the next three to four years, vast amounts of investments will be required to set up the planned desalination projects, presenting significant opportunities to key stakeholders. New equipment, instrumentation and control technologies, innovative materials and energy efficient desalination techniques are thus expected to gain traction.
  • The mission of this conference is to highlight the key trends and developments in the desalination segment, examine the upcoming projects and opportunities, highlight the experience of contractors, and identify the unresolved challenges. The conference will provide a platform for showcasing the latest technologies and innovations in equipment and materials.

INDUSTRIAL WATER MANAGEMENT

 

  • The industrial water requirement in India is significant, next to municipal and irrigation. Heavy industries such as power, iron and steel, oil refineries and others including sugar, textiles, and pulp and paper are the major consumers. Steady growth in these sectors over the past few years have kept the demand for water high.
  • Rising water consumption has also increased industrial effluent discharge into freshwater sources. To address this and ensure sustainable availability of freshwater, measures to improve water use efficiency and reduce water footprint are being taken up by industries.
  • There have also been positive developments on the technology front. Industrial units are shifting to advanced membrane-based technologies to improve treatment capabilities, reduce dependence on freshwater resources, and manage operational costs. More recently, a new technology – zero liquid discharge – has gained prominence.
  • Given the restriction of water extraction in some regions, industries are also exploring alternative sources of water such as recycled wastewater and desalination water. A number of urban local bodies are supplying secondary treated wastewater to industries for various non-potable purposes. Also, the option of setting up tertiary treatment facilities with financial support from industries is being explored. Desalination proves to be another economically viable solution adopted by several companies.
  • On the regulation front, the sector will need increased scrutiny on discharged effluent, stricter enforcement of laws, a robust institutional structure, and adequate water pricing.
  • In the next few years, growing consciousness among industrial units to reduce the water footprint and the declining freshwater availability is expected to increase the demand for advanced technologies, digitalisation and use of innovative equipment, thus expanding the market for global as well as local technology and equipment suppliers.
  • The mission of this one-day virtual conference is to identify the current water demand of key industries, discuss the recent trends and developments in the industrial water management segment, and highlight the strategies and solutions to meet the future water requirements. The conference will also focus on key water management initiatives, best practices and future plans of industries. It will also provide a platform to showcase recent advancements and innovations in technology and equipment.

DESALINATION IN INDIA

EMERGING TRENDS, IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND FUTURE OUTLOOK

  • What are the recent trends and developments in the desalination market in India?
  • What are the emerging requirements in India? What are the technologies, solutions and best practices?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the segment?
  • What are the new and emerging opportunities? What is the future outlook?

PRIVATE PLAYERS’ PERSPECTIVE: EXPERIENCE, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNTIES

  • What is the perspective of private players on the desalination segment?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on projects, funding and timelines?
  • What are their future plans and outlook for the segment? What are their expectations from the government and other stakeholders?

FOCUS ON MUNICIPAL SEGMENT: EXISTING CAPACITY, UPCOMING PROJECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • What is the existing desalination capacity in your state/city? What are the new policy and regulatory measures/initiatives being taken to promote desalination?
  • What are your capacity expansion plans over the next two to three years? What are the investment requirements?
  • What are the upcoming tenders/contracts and opportunities in the state/city?

FOCUS ON INDUSTRIAL SEGMENT: EXISTING CAPACITY, UPCOMING PROJECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • What is the existing desalination capacity? What is the percentage of water requirement being met through desalination?
  • What are your capacity expansion plans over the next two to three years? What are the investment requirements?
  • What are the upcoming tenders/contracts and opportunities in the industrial desalination segment?

COST AND TARIFF TRENDS

  • What has been the trend in the capex of desalination plants?
  • What are the key cost components? What is the share of land, technology and energy costs in the total plant cost?
  • What has been the trend in production and O&M costs? What are the tariffs and charges being levied by ULBs?

FOCUS ON ENERGY MANAGEMENT: CURRENT PRACTICES, FUTURE STRATEGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIAL

  • What are the specific energy requirements for desalination plants (per unit)? What have been the trends in the share of energy costs in the total operational costs?
  • What are the current practices with regard to the optimisation of energy costs and requirements associated with desalination plants? What are the future strategies?
  • What role can renewable energy play in optimising costs? What are some of the initiatives being undertaken in this space?

THERMAL AND MEMBRANE DESALINATION TECHNOLOGIES: EXPERIENCE, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE OUTLOOK

  • What are the key features of various types of membrane and thermal desalination technologies (with regard to capital cost, land requirement, production cost, plant performance, quality of treatment, etc.)? What is the current state of deployment?
  • What are the new and emerging technologies and advancements (electrodialysis, forward osmosis and membrane distillation)?
  • What are the specific issues and challenges? What is the segment outlook?

DIGITALISATION OF DESALINATION PLANTS: ROLE OF AUTOMATION AND INSTRUMENTATION SOLUTIONS

  • What is the role of IT and automation systems in the O&M of desalination plants?
  • What are the most promising technologies/solutions (PLC and SCADA, AL, ML, etc.)? What are the emerging requirements in light of the Covid-19 pandemic?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities and outlook for the segment?

SOLUTIONS FOR REJECT BRINE MANAGEMENT

  • What are the current practices for reject brine management and disposal?
  • What are the new and emerging technologies and solutions in this field?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?

PROJECT SHOWCASE: IMPLEMENTATION EXPERIENCE, KEY LESSONS AND BEST PRACTICES

  • What are some of the noteworthy desalination projects? What are the specific features (in terms of installed capacity, project cost, land requirement, production cost, quality of treatment, etc.)?
  • What are the advanced technologies and solutions deployed?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on project execution, funding and timelines?
  • What were the biggest challenges? What lessons can be learnt?

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL SHOWCASE

  • What are the new and emerging requirements in terms of equipment for the desalination segment (membranes, pumps and valves, pipes, filtration systems, etc.)?
  • What are the emerging material requirements for desalination plants (steel fibre, cement concrete, etc.)? What are the cost savings that can be achieved through the use of these materials?
  • How is the industry gearing up to meet these requirements? How have the procurement strategies evolved?
  • What are the new advancements and innovations in this segment? What is the demand and supply outlook?

INDUSTRIAL WATER MANAGEMENT

 

TRENDS, DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the recent trends and developments in industrial water consumption and management?
  • What are the future industrial water requirements? What are the new and alternative water sources for industrial use?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the segment?
  • What are the new and emerging opportunities? What is the future outlook for the segment?

INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE: CURRENT REQUIREMENTS, WATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND FUTURE DEMAND

THERMAL POWER PLANTS

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

PAPER & PULP INDUSTRY

OIL REFINERIES

OTHER KEY CONSUMERS (CEMENT, STEEL, IRON, PETROCHEMICALS, FERTILISER, SUGAR, etc.)

  • What are your current water requirements? What is the existing demand-supply gap?
  • What are the current water management practices? What are the new and alternative water sources being explored?
  • What are the major issues faced by industries in meeting their water needs?
  • What are the future plans and water requirements?

REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE: KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the regulations and guidelines in place for the use of freshwater by industries? What are the standards and norms for industrial effluent management?
  • What has been the impact of recent regulatory developments and measures?
  • What steps are being taken by government agencies to ensure compliance with regulations and norms?

FOCUS ON ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF WATER: MARKET FOR RECYCLED WASTEWATER, DESALINATION AND ZLD

  • What are the new and alternative sources of water (treated wastewater, desalination, etc.) being explored by industries?
  • What are some of the noteworthy initiatives and projects in this field? What lessons can be learnt from the experience of these projects?
  • What are the future plans and requirements (in terms of tertiary treatment capacity, desalination plants, etc.)?

SPOTLIGHT ON INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT MANAGEMENT

  • What is the current level of effluent generation by key industries?
  • What are the effluent treatment and management technologies adopted by key industries? What are the new advancements and innovations in this space?
  • What is the expected rise in industrial effluent generation in the next two to three years? What are the future plans and requirements (in terms of new treatment capacity, pipeline infrastructure, etc.)?

CASE STUDIES AND BEST PRACTICES: EXPERIENCE, CHALLENGES AND KEY LEARNINGS

  • What are some of the noteworthy industrial water management practices and initiatives? What are the specific features (in terms of reduction in water footprint, use of tertiary treated wastewater, zero liquid discharge, etc.)?
  • What are the innovative and cost-effective technologies and equipment deployed? What are the costs savings and benefits achieved?
  • What were the biggest challenges? What lessons can be learnt?

TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT SHOWCASE

– Aerobic, Anaerobic and Membrane Technologies

– PLC & SCADA

-Sensors

-Flow Meters

  • What are the new and emerging technology and equipment requirements for industrial water management?
  • What are the advancements and innovations in this space? What are the IT and automation systems/tools being deployed for effective water management (PLC & SCADA, Sensors, Flow meters, etc.)?
  • What are the possible areas/interventions that could lead to cost savings? What is the future outlook?

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur
Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

DESALINATION IN INDIA

The event is expected to draw participation from executives, managers and decision-makers from:

  • Thermal power plants
  • Water supply and sewage boards
  • Municipal corporations
  • Desalination plant suppliers
  • Consulting engineers
  • EPC contractors
  • Technology providers
  • Research and development organisations
  • Equipment providers
  • Other manufacturing units: steel, cement, sugar, paper pulp, oil refinery
  • Other consultants and financier

INDUSTRIAL WATER MANAGEMENT

The event is expected to draw participation from executives, managers and decision-makers from:

  • Thermal power plants
  • Steel manufacturing units
  • Cement manufacturing units
  • Petrochemicals manufacturing units
  • Fertilisers manufacturing units
  • Sugar manufacturing units
  • Plant supplier
  • Water supply & sewage boards
  • Municipal corporations
  • Consulting engineers
  • EPC contractors
  • Technology providers
  • Research and development organisations
  • Equipment providers
  • Other consultants and financiers, etc.

 

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  • December 17, 2020 (Thursday) - December 18, 2020 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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