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American Water CEO Jeff Sterba is to retire in May next year.
Willy Yeo cautions against taking even one eye off the Asian water market.
Christopher Gasson looks into his crystal ball and sees last year’s predictions coming back to haunt him. Fortunately, some things have moved on.
The market has not grown substantially for the past six years, but at last it seems we may be ready to return to normal growth. It is a different industry today than it was in 2007. Christopher Gasson investigates.
The cause of private water in America took two steps forward, and one step back this month.
The increasing risks faced by global oil and gas companies mean that they will have to step up their investment in water technologies. Going it alone will not be enough.
Libya is open for desal business again after a four-year hiatus.
SKion, the investment fund backed by BMW heiress Susanne Klatten, has made its largest acquisition in the water business to date.
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 Catalan government in Spain has proposed packaging the 453 wastewater treatment plants in the region into a single concession.