62 articles about "Mott MacDonald"
The production of potable and other usable water from seawater at the utility level is a technically established process used primarily in the Middle East but increasingly also in other parts of the world to meet growing water demand.
Asian analysts have reacted positively to the acquisition of Wessex Water by YTL Power International in terms of the price and quality of assets, although some have expressed reservations about taking on Wessex’s debt.
MOTT MACDONALD has been appointed technical advisor by the EBRD to monitor the disbursement of a €31 million loan to Sofiyska Voda.
Legal and institutional weaknesses in the Newly Independent States (NIS) are preventing the transformation of water utilities into autonomous and commercially run entities. While some notable sector reforms have occurred, the process of change from the command economy approach to commercial management has been slow.
IN AN OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY LAST MONTH, King Abdullah inaugurated the Tannur dam on Wadi Al-Hasa in the Southern Ghors region of Jordan.
OMAN’S MINISTRY OF HOUSING, ELECTRICITY AND WATER has appointed Mott MacDonald to provide consultancy services for the seawater intake and outfall facilities at the new Barka power and desalination plant.
Oman’s Ministry of Environment, Water Resources and Regional Municipalities is set to appoint a consultant this month to study privatisation options for the Al Massarat and Al Sharqiyah Sands groundwater supply projects. Two groups are believed to be in the running: KPMG and the UK’s WS Atkins, and Ernst & Young with Mott MacDonald also of the UK.
India’s politicians, the overseers of a market filled with potential for the world’s private sector water companies, are unwilling to grasp the nettle of tariff reform which blocks the path to reliable, regular water supplies for the country’s thirsty millions.
THE UK’S DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID) has selected Mott MacDonald to lead a programme of capacity building for project development in Romanian municipalities.
MOTT MACDONALD’S US associate company, Hatch Mott MacDonald, has acquired the Killam Group from Thermo Electron Corporation.