227 articles about "American Water"
Hyflux, FCC and Sabesp are all looking to take on external capital. Meanwhile, the bubble could be about to burst for Californian regulated water utilities.
Acquisitive water technology groups Xylem and Evoqua came out at the head of the pack in the 2017 full-year results season, with...
Veolia North America finds new strategies for growth after PPS fails to make headway Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)
The French company is no longer pursuing its Peer Performance Solutions business model, despite its early success with New York City. Instead, CEO Bill DiCroce is bolstering its regional outsourcing sales force, and accelerating its expansion on the industrial side
As GWI went to press, the Sierra snowpack in California stood at 22% of normal for the time of year, equivalent to 11% of the 1st April average. On the same day last year, the snowpack stood at 154% of normal.
Christopher Gasson asks what the stock market is telling us.
With the engineering sector consolidating, and an unusually large number of infrastructure assets changing hands, last year was a big year for dealmakers – topped, of course, by the deal of the decade: Suez’s acquisition of GE Water.
Specialist water funds are starting to bump up against capacity constraints after another outstanding year of inflows. How big is too big?
US investor-owned utilities begin to cool off after stellar 2017 performance Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
Another impressive performance from listed US water utilities last year is already beginning to look unsustainable. Have valuations in the sector reached a peak?
Brazilian water concessionaire Sanepar priced a BRL1 billion ($316 million) follow-on equity offering on 12 December, enabling the State of Paraná and state energy company Copel to reduce their stakes in the company by a combined total of 16%.
A sell-off in UK water stocks on fears of a harsh regulatory settlement failed to send the index into negative territory. Meanwhile, the liquidity of two stocks is set to be boosted.