12 articles about "Amiantit"
Plastic pipe has fared well in the water and wastewater sector, taking market share from traditional materials. Gord Cope assesses its prospects in the wake of the economic downturn.
David Lloyd Owen reviews the progress of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook’s first eleven, and recommends some holiday reading.
* Tawze’a, a 50/50 joint venture between Amiantit and CISCO, has been awarded three water management contracts for BOT projects worth approximately SAR3 billion ($800 million) over 30 years.
Amiantit’s water subsidiary suddenly finds itself ideally positioned for the Saudi water sector liberalisation. It is well placed to grow in the rest of the world as well. A deal with Gulf One Investment Bank will help it happen.
Adil Bushnak is one of the few individuals to have recognised how to deal with the challenges facing Saudi Arabia. He has some forthright ideas about desalination, water conservation and education.
Gordon Cope reports on growth in the global water pipes sector and looks at what’s hot and what’s not.
The city can’t afford to keep it. Its other shareholders have little interest in seeing it grow.
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The project has attracted more locals than international players. Will there be a price to pay?
The sale of Gelsenwasser illustrates just how quickly the water sector has become a buyer’s market. What else is available?