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Layne Christensen shares plunged by 11% on 15 April after the company announced its fourth-quarter results, despite the numbers being in line with management’s earlier guidance (a net loss of $22.1 million on revenues of $229.7 million).
Christopher Gasson asks what the project says about the politics of profit.
CHART OF THE MONTH - Financing methods for US water and wastewater utilities Vol 13, Issue 6 (June 2012)
This month’s chart, from Black & Veatch’s report Strategic Directions in the U.S. Water Utility Industry, illustrates the willingness of US water and wastewater utilities to adopt alternative financing methods to fund infrastructure capex.
Black & Veatch’s water division has appointed Cindy Wallis-Lage to replace Dan McCarthy as president of its global water business.
* Sinomem shares shot up 28% on 5th March following news of a takeover bid from Clean Water Investment, an offshore investment vehicle of Chinese private equity firm CDH.
For the project commissioned in 2010 that represents the most impressive technical achievement in the field of industrial water.
The EBRD is considering providing a sovereign loan of up to €30 million to the Canton of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to finance the upgrade and replacement of its water and sewerage network in order to reduce water losses.
For the water reuse project that represents the most significant achievement for the industry in 2009.
*A 50-50 joint venture company called HJ NewSpring has been set up by Singapore’s Hyflux and Japanese engineering firm JGC Corp. in order to develop greenfield water projects in China.
* Mott MacDonald has been mandated by Majis Industrial Services Company (MISC) to prepare a feasibility study for a new desalination plant to be located at Sohar in Oman.