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CHART OF THE MONTH - Annual new contracted desal capacity by company (2008 - H1 2013) Vol 14, Issue 8 (August 2013)
This month’s chart shows the newly contracted desalination capacity reported by the top three desalters (Doosan, Veolia and GE Water) over the past seven years.
The economic water regulator for England and Wales is promising a fast-track system for approving water companies’ financial settlements at its forthcoming price review next year.
Siemens has changed its mind about leaving Memcor out of the Siemens Water Technologies sale, raising further questions about the membranes business.
Aqua America and American States Water are restoring liquidity and enhancing retail access to their shares by effecting stock splits. With American Water shares trading at new highs, will their larger cousin follow suit?
Hyflux is looking to grow its business in sub-Saharan Africa, as opportunities in China start to dry up.
The share price of Malaysian water supply company Puncak Niaga shot up 46% in the first week of July to MYR2.78 after the national media reported that an agreement on restructuring the water sector in Selangor was within sight.
Veolia Environnement finally announced the details of its restructuring.
HD Supply completed its New York Stock Exchange IPO at the end of last month.
A series of restructuring manoeuvres left some constituents in the GWI Global Water Index high and dry this month. Those with long positions in Veolia and Puncak were rejoicing, however.
The protracted negotiations over Saur’s future mean that its international development has suffered from a lack of management focus and investment capital. That is about to change.