International Water (IWL)
33 articles about "International Water (IWL)"
Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.
Gasping for breath in Bolivia.
The curtain has fallen on Bechtel and Edison’s joint venture to take water to the world. The world has moved on.
The sale, to a financial investor, leaves International Water with just one remaining project – in Ecuador.
International Power has complained that the rumour, reported in the May issue of GWI, that it was to pair with Tractebel to bid for the Shoaiba IWPP is “categorically untrue”.
The secondary market for investments in Scotland’s wastewater BOOT projects has come alive. UK correspondent Andrew Cavenagh looks at who is trading.
ITT Industries continued to build its position in the water sector with the 3 million acquisition of Wedeco, a German manufacturer of ozone oxidation and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection equipment.
Uncertainty over the next review period is a dampener on corporate activity in the English water market. But there may yet be some action in Scotland.
The direction of capital flows in the water industry is changing. It is good for everyone.
The quoted British water companies seem to be faring a little better. AWG, Severn Trent and Pennon each came in with relatively upbeat trading statements as they closed their first-half accounts at the end of October.