157 articles about "Siemens"
* Now that Shoaiba is a done deal, attention in Saudi Arabia has switched fully to the Shuqaiq IWPP.
GE has taken advantage of the Canadian membrane company’s difficulties to make an offer. Was it worth it?
A new GWI report on the Asia Pacific water and wastewater market highlights the opportunities and threats the region presents to international water industry companies. Its authors, Olivia Jensen and Frederic Blanc-Brude, preview its contents.
Our annual survey of law firms operating in the water sector finds that the flood of deals originating in the Middle East has inspired a flurry of office openings and staff poachings. Alastair Strickland reports.
* Germany leads Europe on reducing unaccounted-for water. Distribution losses are just 7.3% of total water supplied, according to the gas and water federation, BGW.
* The consortium of International Power, Suez Energy International and Sumitomo Corporation has signed key project documents for the Hidd IWPP including a 20-year power and water purchase agreement (PWPA).
Black & Veatch wants to double in size over the next five years, and it is looking to EPC contracting to reach that goal. CEO Dan McCarthy and MD for Europe Bruce Ainsworth explain the strategy.
* The final cost of water at Shoaiba is reported to be 213.79 halalas/m<sup>3</sup> ($0.57/m<sup>3</sup>), comprised of a capacity charge of 193.65 halalas/m<sup>3</sup> ($0.516/m<sup>3</sup>), a fixed O&M charge of 12.25 halalas/m<sup>3</sup> ($0.032/m<sup>3</sup>), and a variable O&M charge of 7.889 halalas/m<sup>3</sup> ($0.021/m<sup>3</sup>).
Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.
The Seville-based construction and environmental services group has suddenly become desalination’s hottest ticket. Christopher Gasson talks to the man behind its growth.