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The UF membrane market is maturing. Will it ever reach the level of commoditisation enjoyed by RO?
The Global Water Awards recognise what senior executives across the international water industry acknowledge as the most important achievements of 2012.
Christopher Gasson examines the extent to which the water sector has become dependent on high oil prices for future growth.
Having spent some time telling the world that it would sell its water division as a single package, Siemens has conceded that Memcor, the Australian low-pressure membrane manufacturer, will be sold off separately.
CHART OF THE MONTH - Estimated operating expenditure by industrial water users Vol 14, Issue 5 (May 2013)
This month’s chart comes from our Global Water Market 2014 report.
The departure of two of Pall Corporation’s longest-serving water executives raises questions about the future direction of the group’s water division. Its relationship with Asahi has come under particular scrutiny.
Brazilian concessionaire Sabesp is reeling from the decision by São Paulo regulator ARSESP to award it a razor-thin 2.35% tariff rise, whilst demanding that the company cut BRL600 million ($300 million) from its annual opex bill. Despite the fact that the company has appealed against the decision, investors have been leaving the stock in droves.
Siemens Water Technologies will give up exclusive rights to the production of Memcor membranes, in preparation for what CEO Lukas Loeffler predicts will be an end to vertical integration in the low-pressure membrane market.
Why should we believe that growth in the global water market can outstrip the rest of the global economy? Christopher Gasson explains the thinking behind the forecasts in GWI’s new Global Water Market report.
David Lloyd Owen - Rights and wrongs: water is a proxy for old left politics – again. Vol 14, Issue 4 (April 2013)
Rights and wrongs: water is a proxy for old left politics – again.