157 articles about "Siemens"
WABAG will give the German engineer a way into the treatment plant business. If it does a deal.
Siemens, GE, ITT, Pentair and Danaher are all betting on water. Where will it take them?
Two market research firms have published reports on the global filtration market. Larry Chertoff examines their conclusions.
The IP/OEWC team has bagged the $900 million Qatari deal.
GWI’s water pricing survey is an opportunity to estimate the size of the global water market by end user spend. Is half a trillion big enough?
The Japanese company has a strong preference for Abu Dhabi deals. It is on course to pick up its first one in the power and water field – ADWEA’s mammoth Taweelah B project.
The company has answered some of its doubters in the best way possible – by claiming two new $500 million deals.
The curtain has fallen on Bechtel and Edison’s joint venture to take water to the world. The world has moved on.
The NYSE-quoted company wants to be an unregulated water utility rather than an equipment supplier. Will this make it too attractive to its new competitors?
When Veolia decided to sell the bulk of US Filter to Siemens, the rump of the business needed a new strategy. COO Joe Burgess tells GWI the plan.