180 articles about "Hyflux"
HanKore Environment revealed on 15 May that it is in preliminary discussions with third parties over the potential sale of its 1.4 million m3/d portfolio of Chinese water and wastewater BOTs.
Jakarta’s populist city government under Joko Widodo has been stirring up doubts about the future of the city’s two private water concessions.
China has announced a new plan to address groundwater pollution, one of the biggest environmental issues facing the Xi Jinping administration at the beginning of its term. The plan focuses on the waterscarce North China Plain, where many cities depend on groundwater as their primary water source.
Singaporean membrane manufacturer Memstar is set to receive a S$35 million (US$28.5 million) equity injection from wastewater BOT developer United Envirotech (UEL), giving UEL a 13.17% stake in the company.
Quoted Asian water stocks regained some ground last year after a disastrous 2011. What lies in store for the year of the snake?
New Singaporean financial institution Clifford Capital is open for business. It will focus on providing fixed-rate, long-term debt finance, primarily to Singaporean companies for international infrastructure projects, and hopes to sign its first deals early next year.
The Japanese investor has become a fixture in the Middle East project investment sphere. Can China take up the slack from the flagging Gulf market?
A mixed bag of second-quarter results had analysts scrambling to update their forecasting models for a number of mid-cap water stocks. Impressive gains at Sabesp and American Water drove the GWI Americas Index to a new high.
Declines at Veolia and Suez Environnement crimped the performance of the wider GWI Water Index this month. Meanwhile, a trio of issuers unveiled plans for dilutive secondary offerings.
The Indian government’s push to set up seven new industrial cities by 2019 will release a string of new infrastructure development projects into the market by early 2013. Not all are commercially bankable.