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In the face of an ongoing and catastrophic drought, the Texas state legislature has effectively killed a $2 billion water infrastructure bill after a procedural motion on 29 April delayed the bill’s consideration.
Discretionary US water infrastructure spending cannot fall for ever. The antidote may involve a stiff dose of reality for citizens, argues Debra Coy.
2012 was a year of change in the contract operations market, as traditional O&M contracts gave way to performance-based models. Which companies are best positioned to ride the new wave?
Layne Christensen shares plunged by 11% on 15 April after the company announced its fourth-quarter results, despite the numbers being in line with management’s earlier guidance (a net loss of $22.1 million on revenues of $229.7 million).
Private water companies have lost out to non-profits on a series of highprofile deals in the US water sector over the past couple of years. Just how serious is the threat?
The US Senate has proposed using public-private partnerships to complete Army Corps of Engineers water projects.
A recent ruling in Texas found that the Endangered Species Act broadly preempts state water laws. Lawyer Wes Strickland assesses the implications.
A record-breaking month for a number of global stock indices belied execution problems in end markets for some former hot stock picks.
The owners of Tyco and Norit both considered IPOs before opting to sell the businesses to strategic investors. What is the justification for industrial distributor HD Supply’s private equity backers to adopt the same approach?
A “Got Milk?”-style PR campaign for the US water sector might finally be on its way.