26 articles about "Middlesex Water"
The rash of tenders for 50-year water and wastewater utility contracts at US military bases has eased off, while short-term contracts seem to be gaining momentum. What are the dynamics of the market?
Nanostone continues to fill out its management team following its acquisition of Ultura’s membrane business in December 2014.
Xylem reported 3QFY2012 EPS of $0.44 on the first anniversary of the completion of its spin-off from ITT.
The contract operations market is dominated by major players, but regional O&M firms are out to prove there’s space for growth. Could the sector’s leaders soon face a challenge from the middle ranks?
Tyco’s flow business has finally found a home thanks to an all-out merger with Pentair. Announced March 28, the deal values Tyco Flow at around $4.9 billion (9.5x EBITDA). Tyco shareholders will own 52.5 percent of the ‘new’ Pentair.
American Water sustains the share price momentum it experienced in 2011 while Aqua looks forward to beneficial legislation in the Northeast
American Water was the runaway winner amongst the quoted US water utilities in 2011. What are the prospects for 2012?
Tidewater Utilities, a subsidiary of Nasdaq-listed Middlesex Water, has filed a 10.89-percent rate increase request with the Delaware Public Service Commission.
Hot summer seen to impact Q3
Merger seen as a boon for borrowers