95 articles about "RWE/Thames (Water)"
China’s new restrictions on foreign ownership look worse than they are. GWI China correspondent Kathy Liu looks for the loopholes in the law.
A bond issue and a cost cutting programme seemed to be aimed at firming up the price for the UK water utility, while keeping open the option of a stock exchange flotation.
* The deadline Thames Water offers has been pushed back a week until 15 August, but as yet there has been no indication of who has submitted bids.
As GWI goes to press, a deal to get Thames is also getting out of Jakarta.
Pridesa has some special qualities which have enabled it to emerge intact from a tortuous sale process. With the sustainable development zeal of Acciona now behind it, the company looks stronger than ever. Christopher Gasson investigates.
With relations between the water company and its regulator at an all-time low, potential buyers are worried about the outlook for Thames.
High leverage and outsourced operations make an attractive option for RWE as it contemplates the sale of its water interests. But are the risks too much for the regulator?
* American Water has a new CEO and a new determination to pursue an IPO rather than a private equity led buy-out as its preferred exit from its German parent RWE. The new man in charge is Don Correll, a seasoned expert in regulatory warfare (see story p18).
The Spanish construction group is hoping the acquisition can open up international markets.
This is the last year we’ll see the big three post results together.