Western Water Company
6 articles about "Western Water Company"
Spain’s conquistadors have been making some safe European purchases to balance their portfolios.
The quoted water sector recovered in 2003, but big water was left behind.
The company’s decision to sell Northumbrian Water has gone down well.
In the wake of the Enron collapse, deregulation in the United States has generally been deemed dead on arrival. However, while that may be true in the political realm, in the halls of California’s Metropolitan Water District (MWD), deregulation of water is not only a possibility but a reality. January 2003 will see the effective removal of government price controls writes Neil McCarthy, director of Haustus Water Group.
A series of policy initiatives adopted last month by the board of southern California’s Metropolitan Water District (MWD) could open the way to greater competition in the region’s water markets.
Vivendi dominated the news in Europe in June with the planned IPO of its Environment Unit and the three-way merger with Seagram and Canal Plus making the headlines. Shares in the French conglomerate ended the month lower amid concerns over the merger.