General Electric (GE)
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Water treatment membranes need a cocktail of chemicals to keep them in tip-top shape. What are the characteristics of this market segment?
Ian Barbour – probably the most palpably human senior executive in the US water industry – is due to retire as general manager of Dow Water & Process Solutions.
The correct application and dosing of chemicals can help lower the operating costs of membrane-based water treatment plants – and meet environmental regulations. Gordon Cope assesses the opportunities.
Aussie desalter Clean TeQ has announced the sale of its UV water treatment division in order to concentrate on desalination applications for the mining and produced water markets.
CHART OF THE MONTH - Contracted desalination plants under 5,000m3/d, by combined capacity Vol 13, Issue 2 (February 2012)
This month’s chart shows the growing dominance enjoyed by GE in the smallscale desalination market over the last five years.
Oman’s BankMuscat has been confirmed as the advisor for the upcoming IPO of SMN Power Holding, the company that owns and operates the 120,000m3/d & 678MW Barka 2 IWPP.
A new co-operation agreement between Suez Environnement and GE should enhance both companies’ value proposition to municipal clients. It is not an end in itself.
China has renewed its focus on investing in increasing its desalination capacity. Foreign companies could face a struggle to maintain their dominant position in the long term, argues Kathy Liu.
Shortlisted companies are now preparing bids for Kuwait’s first IWPP. The process will bring back to life the debate over MED and MSF technology
Biofouling is one of the most significant challenges in seawater reverse osomosis desalination plants. Hiroko Kasama looks at the effectiveness of different pretreatment methods and examines the market prospects for this sector.