29 articles about "PricewaterhouseCoopers"
GWI’s new high-pressure membrane benchmarking survey – which charts quarterly reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membrane element sales by manufacturers representing 97% of global production – shows that the seawater RO market grew by 70% between the first quarter of 2007 and the first quarter of 2012, but that there has been a high degree of volatility along the way.
The advisory team on the Agadir desalination plant in Morocco must now thrash out the finer details of the procurement strategy. The client insists that past delays merely reflect the complexity of the project.
* The first four major desal projects in Spain’s Programa Agua have been awarded to consortia with strong local connections.
India’s capital needs a continuous water supply. Will the private sector provide the solution?
A series of initiatives to improve the production and distribution of water in Saudi Arabia are moving ahead. SWCC is also making progress with its restructuring and privatisation plan.
The group wants a deal in the second quarter of 2005.
It is not an easy sale, but it is a real opportunity for someone with vision. Christopher Gasson takes a closer look.
Yorkshire Water and Earth Tech have already teamed up. Other UK water companies are likely to feature in the bidding.
The secondary market for investments in Scotland’s wastewater BOOT projects has come alive. UK correspondent Andrew Cavenagh looks at who is trading.
The €400 million Delfland deal delivered big savings to the client. Taking control of the financing options seems to have been the key.