Severn Trent Water
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David Lloyd Owen, author of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook, finds reason for optimism about the private water sector after three years on the defensive.
The Dubai Electricity & Water Authority’s Branly Nassour said that Dubai was targeting the reduction of unaccounted-for water to 8% by 2010 (see story, p15).
A conference last month took the unusual step of discussing unaccounted-for water, traditionally something of a taboo subject in the region. There are signs that wastage is being taken very seriously by the public water agencies.
The American Stock Exchange has launched a water index. Will it ever by widely traded?
Abu Dhabi is likely to feature on international private water companies’ radar, but Muscat is up there too.
MENA governments are finally turning their attention to the distribution of potable water as well as its production.
UK water companies are under greater pressure than ever to focus on their regulated businesses.
Only Severn Trent’s pension problems spoiled the mood as full-year results came in from the English water companies.
The 2005-2010 investment period in the UK is taking shape.
After meltdown in 2003, steady organic growth has replaced the scramble for market share in the US contract operations sector. Larry Chertoff reviews the market in 2004.