111 articles about "Southern Water"
Dobromir Simidchiev, the pro-private sector deputy minister for regional development in Bulgaria, is expected to be retained in his post by the country’s new caretaker government, which was appointed on 12 March.
Refinancing the acquisition debt taken out to fund the purchase of Veolia’s regulated UK water business could prove challenging in the face of a sinking regulatory asset base.
A mixed set of half-year results from the UK water and sewerage groups largely shunned the question of extra expenditure associated with the adoption of private sewers. Are companies being too complacent?
A ratings downgrade at Southern Water has moved the company one step closer to a dividend lock-up.
The half-year results from the major English and Welsh water companies demonstrate the dark side of index-linked debt. The adoption of private sewers in 2011 poses a further threat.
Anglian Water: £2,122 million
A series of high-profile acquisitions in the US ensured an outperformance in the Americas portion of the GWI Global Water Index this month. Weak guidance numbers from American Water limited the upside.
Recent contract losses have dramatically reduced the value of United Utilities’ UK outsourcing business. Interest in its Australian arm, meanwhile, has never been greater.
The sale of two of United Utilities’ non-regulated businesses last month was only the tip of the iceberg. With the group now planning a new round of asset sales, is it time for a name change?
David Lloyd Owen reviews the progress of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook’s first eleven, and recommends some holiday reading.