Sino-French Water Development
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A weighted gain of 5% for the GWI Water Index this month masked much stronger individual performances from some of the large-cap component stocks.
Suez Environnement’s full-year results held little in the way of surprises for the market when they were announced on 8th February.
* Energy Recovery, Inc. has won the contract to supply its PX Pressure Exchanger energy recovery devices to the 140,000m3/d Southern Seawater Desalination Plant (SSDP) in Western Australia.
* GE and the National University of Singapore have signed an agreement to establish a S$150 million (US$100 nillion) water technology centre on the NUS campus. The NUS-GE Singapore Water Technology Center will develop new solutions for low-energy seawater desalination, water reclamation and water reuse.
* Manila’s Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) has frozen tariffs in the coverage areas of Manila Water Company (East Zone) and Maynilad (West Zone), due to the economic crisis.
Christopher Gasson tries to make sense of AECOM’s decision to cut Earth Tech back to its roots.
Tyco’s sale of Earth Tech was completed at the end of July. New owner AECOM has a very definite idea of which assets it wants to keep.
Veolia’s high stakes bidding strategy has scored another victory in China. CEO Antoine Frérot was in a bullish mood at the signing. Has he made Veolia a hostage to fortune by promising not to eat his words?
Veolia Water CEO Antoine Frérot sets the record straight on his company’s strategy for generating business in China. There is more to it than simply over-bidding.
* Amid ongoing preparations for the 2008 Olympics, foreign capital continues to flow into the Chinese water sector, as Montpelier Asset Management announced that it had twice increased its shareholding in China Water Affairs Group to 8.01%.