57 articles about "Metito"
* Hyflux has been awarded the $100 million EPC contract for the 40,000m3/d Tobruk SWRO plant in Libya.
Ongoing merger activity in the water industry is threatening to reduce the universe of investible stocks. Who will step up to fill the gap?
A $40 million cash injection from international investors will help Metito Utilities to broaden its project portfolio. It will also act as a bridge to a planned IPO for Metito Holdings in 2012.
Sembcorp has won its battle to buy out the minority shareholders in Cascal.
Haya Water, the wastewater concessionaire in the Omani governorate of Muscat, is rescheduling its ongoing network and treatment plant procurement programme.
The $10 million order energy recovery contract for the 500,000m3/d desalination plant at Soreq in Israel has been awarded to Flowserve’s Calder division, which will supply its DWEER units to the facility.
The expanding opportunities for private water operators in Oman could herald a broader restructuring of the Sultanate’s water sector.
* MWH is selling its interest in Jordanbased MWH Arabtech Jardaneh (MWHAJ) to partner Arabtech Jardaneh. MWHAJ, previously part of the LEMA JV whose water and wastewater management contract in Amman expired on 31 December 2006, has been renamed AJ Water & Environment. MWH will continue its operations in Jordan and the Middle East independently.
Berlinwasser wants to grow aggressively in the Chinese wastewater market. A new contract in Panjin should give it leverage to expand.
* Aqualyng has recovered from a neardeath experience during 2009, when project delays coincided with the disappearance of refinancing options to create losses of nearly $12 mllion on revenues of $479,000 in the 12 months ending 30 September.