California Water Service Co (Cal Water)
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The French giant’s capital-lite strategy is disingenuous.
United States: Brian Chase joined the San Francisco office of Nossaman Guthner Knox & Elliott.
The company’s decision to sell Northumbrian Water has gone down well.
Puerto Rico stood out last year but the market was driven by smaller and medium-sized deals.
The UK water industry showed some signs of improvement in May. During the first half of the month, the FTSE water index made modest gains of between 1% and 2%. A late month rally advanced the index by 113 points to finish the month up 6.3%. The UK water industry also outperformed the rest of the market. The FTSE 100 finished in the red, down 3% for the month.
German multi-utility RWE has acquired Thames Water in an €11.3 billion deal to achieve its target of becoming one of Europe’s three top water companies. Thames will keep its name and operate within the RWE group as Thames Water, a division of RWE. The company will be based in London and headed by Bill Alexander, current chief executive of Thames Water. RWE sees the acquisition of Thames as an important springboard for entry into the US water services market.
A series of policy initiatives adopted last month by the board of southern California’s Metropolitan Water District (MWD) could open the way to greater competition in the region’s water markets.
Pico Holdings/Water rights market blamed for losses.
Welsh multi-utility, Hyder plc, was in the spotlight last month, the subject of a bidding war between Japanese investment bank Nomura and US-based energy group Western Power Distribution (WPD).