Aguas de Barcelona
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Madrid-based Acciona Agua has trumped a bid from Agbar to win a 50-year bulk water management concession serving Barcelona on behalf of Aigües Ter Llobregat (ATLL).
How much further can Agbar leverage its seemingly untouchable position of dominance in Barcelona’s water services market?
Veolia has had a mixed month.
Impending legislation in Spain should support Acciona Agua’s increased focus on the service element of its offering. Development director Alejandro Jiménez talked to Richard Weyndling.
This year Suez Environnement has been actively repositioning itself to maximise its growth potential in difficult market conditions. CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade explains the rationale to Christopher Gasson.
The plan to roll out more than a dozen Mexican water concessions has struggled to get off the ground. New legislation and a “model contract” scheme could help get the programme back on track. Mark Walsh reports.
Sembcorp has won its battle to buy out the minority shareholders in Cascal.
The Agbar ownership saga has reached a predictable conclusion, with Suez Environnement agreeing to take a 75% stake in the Spanish operator. The financial benefits are mixed.
The failure of a proposed share swap to raise Suez Environnement's stake in Agbar to 70% is not the end of the road. Political sensitivities may call for a more radical resolution.
* The collapse of the Veolia share price will have a knock-on effect on the value of Suez Environnement, which is due to get a separate listing in Paris on 22 July.