36 articles about "Aguas Andinas"
- Private water operators in Chile were caught unawares in late December after a group of MPs managed to pass a bill which threatens to do away with the minimum guaranteed regulatory return that they have enjoyed since the early days of privatisation...
- The news is particularly troubling for Colombian multiutility EPM, which paid over the odds to acquire Chilean water concessionaire Aguas de Antofagasta in 2015. As if the threat of a financial haircut wasn’t bad enough, the Antofagasta deal is under scrutiny by...
A recent parliamentary vote threatens to jeopardise regulatory certainty for international investors in the Chilean water market. The fall-out could be catastrophic for the sector.
Multiple bankruptcies could dramatically change the ownership structure of the Brazilian water concessions market. Who is in the frame to pick up the assets on offer?
Regulatory concerns kept a lid on global tariff rises last year, although drought conditions pushed rates in Latin America and the US to fresh highs. How sustainable are the new levels?
After two deals in the last six months, will the valuations on offer in the Chilean water sector tempt any more concession-holders to take profits?
A move to nationalise Chile’s water resources could spell the end for the country’s water rights market. Who will be most affected?
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?
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).
David Korenfeld was officially inaugurated as the new director-general of Mexico’s National Water Commission (Conagua) earlier this month.
Over in Chile, the state economic development agency (CORFO) has raised nearly $1 billion from the successful public sale of a 30% stake in its largest water utility, Aguas Andinas.