37 articles about "Saur/Bouygues"
David Lloyd Owen reviews a dozen editions of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook and sees a reshuffling amongst the major players.
David Lloyd Owen reviews the progress of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook’s first eleven, and recommends some holiday reading.
The French construction giant has ceded control of its last remaining water interest to an African private equity fund.
* United Utilities is selling most of its interest in Manila Water to Ayala Corporation (see story p24).
<b>The declining legacy of the ‘Big Five’</b>
Its venture capitalist owners looking to sell Saur, what does the future hold for its international division?
The big three European utilities – RWE, Suez and Veolia – storm ahead with a little help from their other interests.
Veolia Water’s CEO Antoine Frérot is downbeat about the speed of growth in the water sector. But does he really mean it?
Building new capacity is a waste of money if the distribution network is not managed properly. Gulf countries have a poor record in this area but there are signs that this is changing. However, it may not be soon enough for some.
Lawyers move to where the work is. They have had to be fast-moving to stay in the water sector over the past year. Alexandra Child investigates.