26 articles in Morocco
The withdrawal of Veolia Water from its Moroccan concessions is a further step towards rationalising the group’s global portfolio. It also offers a convenient get-out clause from a difficult situation.
Acciona’s water division had a record year in 2012, generating €500 million of revenues and penetrating new markets across the globe. Where can it go from here?
AECOM Water has said it expects to finish a feasibility study into water recycling and wastewater reuse in the new Palestinian city of Rawabi before the end of January.
Pakistan is attempting to resurrect its privately financed desalination ambitions with a 113,650m3/d (25MIGD) SWRO project in Port Qasim, near Karachi.
Concerns from project developers have failed to deter the Moroccan government from pushing ahead with a desal plant to serve farmers. How will they make it bankable?
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) did not let up on its water lending activities in 2011
Do people merely exist to work, or to learn how to work?
* The government of Gabon is expected to publish in the next few weeks the conclusions of an audit of Société d’Energie et d’Eau du Gabon (SEEG), the company in charge of electricity and water production and distribution.
The fractious merger of Morocco’s utilities could create a new player on the international scene. Protestors are threatening to derail the move.
A massive government investment plan has doubled municipal treatment levels. Is the expansion sustainable?