40 articles about "Bechtel"
Mining projects face ever-increasing water needs to maintain production. Desal companies will need to get close to the major US engineering firms.
David Lloyd Owen - Never say never again – Suez subtly slips back into South America Vol 11, Issue 6 (June 2010)
Now that Agbar is more or less a part of Suez Environnement, Suez’s perceived exit from Latin America is a little less farreaching than it had appeared.
How did a consulting company go from nothing to bagging the industry’s biggest references in under four years? ILF’s Thomas Altmann talks to GWI.
The country’s water sector is in disarray after the sacking of the water minister in late November. President Morales’ re-nationalisation plans can only hurt it further.
Aquatech survived the shake-out in the industrial water market to find itself with big prospects – and big competitors. CEO Venkee Sharma charts the way ahead.
* Bids for Kuwait’s Shuaiba North power and desalination plant are due on 7 August following an extension to the deadline.
Gasping for breath in Bolivia.
US company gets subcontractor role on a number of Iraqi projects.
The shortlist for the 2005 Global Water Awards has been announced. 22 companies have something to talk about.
As residents of La Paz complain of water company profiteering, a World Bank report shows the scale of the losses made in the region.