Water Skyrockets As a Commodity
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, August 24, 2015
Scarcities Make Booms
Back in 1973, oil took off through the roof. Scarcity.
Later, we had precious metals ramp up. Scarcity.
So what does this headline make you think of?
Thinking Africa, or the Middle East, or Asia?
How about Texas?
That is a scarcity graph.
Texas is booming its way right into a seven million acre foot per year deficit. That’s seven million homes without water.
Sure enough, markets are waking up to the situation:
Sure… like, right in Texas, and California, and other places close to home.
“The market is incredibly fragmented”
Worldwide, the water services industry is set to double its annual revenues to $1 trillion by 2020.
Just one problem!
Someone’s going to have to aggregate the customers.
All the action’s in water services.
Pretty good reason to be excited about acquiring water service companies, wouldn’t you say?
Have a great week.
Riggs and Team
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OOIL)
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