196 articles about "Hyflux"

STOCK PICKS Vol 7, Issue 4 (April 2006)

* To celebrate World Water Day, UBS in London published a research note on the water sector entitled Liquid Gold.

PRIDE BEFORE FALL Vol 7, Issue 3 (March 2006)

* Hyflux has been removed from its Palm Water joint venture and at the same time issued notice that its Hyflux Middle East LLC subsidiary is to be dissolved.

Crouching tiger, hidden dragon Vol 7, Issue 2 (February 2006)

A new GWI report on the Asia Pacific water and wastewater market highlights the opportunities and threats the region presents to international water industry companies. Its authors, Olivia Jensen and Frederic Blanc-Brude, preview its contents.

Legal services review: Competition in the Gulf hots up Vol 7, Issue 2 (February 2006)

Our annual survey of law firms operating in the water sector finds that the flood of deals originating in the Middle East has inspired a flurry of office openings and staff poachings. Alastair Strickland reports.

NEWS IN BRIEF – MIDDLE EAST #2 Vol 7, Issue 2 (February 2006)

* Singapore’s SembCorp Utilities is on course to score its first success in the Gulf IWPP market.

Big is beautiful for Ashkelon Vol 7, Issue 1 (January 2006)

IDE and Veolia have something to celebrate with the opening of the second phase of their desalination plant.

Pick and mix: Asian water stocks in 2005 Vol 7, Issue 1 (January 2006)

China's privatisation drive in water and wastewater has been a boon to regional water stocks.

Veolia builds on Ashkelon success Vol 7, Issue 1 (January 2006)

With the largest reverse osmosis desalination plant in the world now in the operating phase, Veolia Water director Patrice Fonlladosa is looking around the world for new challenges.

What was great last year? Vol 7, Issue 1 (January 2006)

Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.

Hyflux breaks ground in Tianjin Vol 6, Issue 11 (November 2005)

Singapore\'s desalination sensation has brought in a new investor to share the cost of its expansion into China.