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Private sector involvement in Catalunya’s wastewater treatment infrastructure could increase dramatically. The move would face strong opposition from municipal leaders.
David Lloyd Owen - A morale victory? Water for the people and serving them are not the same. Vol 14, Issue 5 (May 2013)
A morale victory? Water for the people and serving them are not the same.
The sale of 30% of Kelda’s equity will represent the largest deal in the UK water sector since 2011. Who will buy?
An opportunistic swoop on South Staffordshire will round out the private equity firm’s global water portfolio. How will it manage its newest asset?
The ownership model for UK regulated water companies has found new ways to evolve since the leveraged buyouts of the pre-financial crisis era. What are the trends?
A new 40-year water concession in Perm’ will break new ground in the Russian water sector. What are the barriers to rolling the model out to other cities?
Will the board of Severn Trent end up kicking itself after rejecting an £8.8 billion takeover bid earlier this month?
FCC’s decision to exit its long-running Proactiva joint venture with Veolia will allow aqualia to develop its regional business strategy in a new way. Richard Weyndling spoke to aqualia’s new CEO Félix Parra.
Competitive pressures have forced the company to look for synergies across its performance products division. An increasing focus on functional solutions means it is exiting the service side of the water business.
Progress by the privately held English water and sewerage companies to carve out a share of the Scottish retail services market has so far been limited. The prospect of more competition south of the border has raised the stakes.