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Steep rises in pre-tax profits at some of the UK water and sewerage groups were overshadowed by another round of hefty dividend payouts. What are the long-term implications?
The prospect of a significantly lower cost of capital over the next asset management period has raised concerns over ongoing interest in the UK water sector from equity and debt investors. How justified are the fears?
The cause of private water in America took two steps forward, and one step back this month.
Libya is open for desal business again after a four-year hiatus.
Liv Garfield will take over from Tony Wray as CEO of Severn Trent next spring. She is currently CEO of BT's local access network division Openreach.
The sale of a 30% equity stake in Yorkshire Water’s holding company looks to be off, after the sole bid failed to reach the reserve price.
David Lloyd Owen presents his fifteenth annual review of PSP in the international water arena. With a seventh of the world’s population now served by the private sector, what’s next in the market for outsourced services?
The wider repercussions of Thames Water’s recent bid to raise tariffs mean that the company is likely to come under pressure from its industry peers to accept the regulator’s ruling to overturn the application.
Christopher Gasson believes that indebtedness is a major problem for the global economy, but it need not be an issue for the water industry.
Economic regulator Ofwat has hit back at Thames Water’s application for an interim tariff hike, saying that there is only sufficient evidence to justify a £7-a-year rise in consumer bills.