Shearman & Sterling
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The Salalah IWPP is on course to reach financial close in January. It features the largest ever Chinese contribution to a Gulf power and water project.
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.
More water is needed but designing the extra capacity means further delays.
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.
Marafiq appears to have stolen a march on the Saudi government by getting its IWPP out to the market first. The project is thought to have an excellent chance of success.
Hong Kong’s property tycoon has paid the full price for Cambridge Water. What is in it for him?
A plan to refloat the company on the stock exchange has emerged.
The water business in England and Wales is now an enticing prospect for banks and private equity firms.
ADWEA is unhappy with the proposals it received in October and has called for new offers.
Utilities Development Company (UDC) has closed the project financing for the Sulaibiya wastewater treatment and reclamation plant in Kuwait. The plant will produce effluent of sufficient quality for non-potable use and will have an initial design capacity of 375,000m<sup>3</sup>/d.