78 articles about "Berlinwasser"
A 3.6% rise in global water tariffs over the past year falls desperately short of what is required to support the forecast investment in the sector. GWI’s Hector Brown drills down into the numbers.
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation had offloaded 20% of Bristol Water to Itochu just six months after buying a 70% stake in the company from Suez Environnement.
Japanese trading house Itochu has taken another step into the water market with the £43.5 million purchase of a 20% interest in Bristol Water, a regulated British water company.
The construction wing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has been awarded a contract by the Ministry of Energy to construct a 100 million m3/yr (274,000m3/d) RO desalination plant on the shore of the Caspian Sea.
The federal cartel office has mandated a steep tariff cut in the German capital. It has clear implications for the value of the private partners’ stakes in the operating company.
Metito is looking to turn a share in a Chinese wastewater business into a full-service outfit after buying out partner Berlinwasser. Executive director Rami Ghandour spoke exclusively to GWI.
David Lloyd Owen - When major Japanese players seek global PPP contracts, they mean it. Vol 11, Issue 12 (December 2010)
Urumqi, March 1989. By a stroke of sheer good fortune, I arrived in China’s Xinjiang Province (the ‘New Dominions’ of the far North West) a few days after many of the major towns were opened for the first time to foreign travellers.
Berlinwasser wants to grow aggressively in the Chinese wastewater market. A new contract in Panjin should give it leverage to expand.
* Aqualyng has recovered from a neardeath experience during 2009, when project delays coincided with the disappearance of refinancing options to create losses of nearly $12 mllion on revenues of $479,000 in the 12 months ending 30 September.
Bahrain’s pioneering effort to incorporate a large network component into its flagship wastewater BOT has proved too risky for some bidders.