Qatar Water

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The Middle East is one of the most water-scarce regions in the world, where natural water resources are very low. But water consumption rates in the G.....


The Middle East is one of the most water-scarce regions in the world, where natural water resources are very low. But water consumption rates in the GCC region are very high. Qatar is one of the world’s most “water-stressed” countries, with very low amount of available water per capita. Groundwater resources have been depleted greatly owing to uncontrolled consumption by agricultural sector. Desalination remains as the key source for domestic water. Desalination methods in Qatar are based done by plants that use out-dated technology that use oil as fuel. Qatar has realized this and has spurned initiatives that would help in overcoming the water challenge.

In this report, we examine and analyse the present status of Qatar’s Water Sector, and highlight the demand and supply trends. We enumerate the investments and projects that are presently underway in Qatar’s water sector, to sort out the water related problems of the country. We also look at investments that have been made in new technologies that help in water conservation as well as improving the agricultural yield.


  1. Executive Summary
  2. Qatar Water Sector Overview
  3. Water demand dynamics in Qatar
    • Water demand from Households
    • Water demand from Agriculture
    • Distribution of Farms
    • Water Demand from Industries
  4. Water supply sources in Qatar
  5. Sources – Desalination Plants
  6. Storage & Distribution
  7. Market Structure
  8. Football World Cup – 2022
  9. Government Initiatives and Targets
  10. Investing in new technologies
  11. Key Projects in Qatar
  12. SWOT Analysis
  13. Key Learning Points
  • Appendix 1: Agricultural land distribution
  • Appendix 2: Historical Demand and Supply
  • Appendix 3: Forecasted Demand and Supply
  • Appendix 4: Production Vs Production per capita
  • Appendix 5: Major Desalination and Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Appendix 6: Global Water Stress and Scarcity
  • Appendix 7: Water Stress Indicator (in major basins)
  • Appendix 8: Fresh Water Usage

Tables & Charts

3.1 Water Tariffs
3.2 Water Connection rate for Residential Buildings
3.3 Water Consumption and Government Subsidy 2003
3.4 Aerial Survey of Arable Land
3.5 Crops & Yields
3.6 Water Consumption in Oil & Gas Industry
3.7 Landmark Water Recycling Projects
5.1 Cogeneration plants and capacity
5.2 Sewage Treatment Plants & capacity
6.1 Water Storage Capacity – 2007
8.1 World cup stadiums and locations
10.1 Comparison from QEERI
11.1 Upcoming Water Plants

2.1 Water Withdrawal by Sector
2.2 Water Consumption by Industry
3.1 Population Estimates Vs Water Demand
3.2 Per Capita Water usage – Qataris Vs. Expatriates
3.3 Desalinated Water Consumers in Qatar
3.4 Water usage breakup
3.5 Water Extraction for Agriculture – 1950 – 2004/05
3.6 Distribution of Farms
4.1 Water Production : 2007-11
4.2 Total renewable water resources per capita (m3/inhabitant/year)
4.3 Desalination share in GCC (2011)
5.1 Location of the Plants
6.1 Water Pipeline Connectivity
6.2 Water Network Losses
7.1 Schematic diagram of Various Market players & Regulators
8.1 Demand Scenario
10.1 Projected Scenario



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