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Investors are still puzzling over what the São Paulo state regulator meant by recommending a 1.94% tariff rise for Sabesp, the city’s water and sewerage utility, last month.
The dispute over proposed licence changes has affected the premium that potential bidders are willing to pay for Sutton & East Surrey Water.
Severn Trent Services is hoping that its new joint venture with Costain will position it at the forefront of the competitve outsourcing market in the UK water sector. How convincing is its value proposition?
A comprehensive review of the way it does business has positioned Severn Trent Services to take advantage of a whole new suite of opportunities. GWI talked to CEO Martin Kane about his vision for the business.
The £36 billion paid out in dividends by UK water and sewerage companies since privatisation is equal to the sector’s current debt load. It raises some serious questions over the industry's future financeability.
The addition of Enpure’s dissolved air flotation pre-treatment technology will boost Doosan’s competitive offering in the desalination market.
A wide array of infrastructure investors have been approached in order to gauge interest in the sale of the Sutton & East Surrey water company. Only the second round will sort the wheat from the chaff.
In tandem with its Q3 results announcement on 9th November, BWT AG announced that the WAB Group has raised its holding in the company to 59% under the ongoing mandatory takeover offer.
GWI is moving to bigger offices later this month.
The regulator has given companies until 23 November to accept its latest round of proposals. How many will lodge challenges at the Competition Commission?