237 articles about "American Water"
The US contract ops market seems to have settled into a kind of rhythm. The major players have accepted that achieving growth can be a frustratingly slow process.
A dip in design-build revenues in 2007 meant that the ‘big six’ firms posted lower combined turnover than in 2006. A healthy pipeline could reverse the trend in 2008.
RWE seems set to divest the majority of American Water by the middle of May. It will allow American to focus on recreating shareholder value.
* RWE seems keen to speed up the flotation of American Water.
The complete list of companies and projects which have been shortlisted for this year’s Global Water Awards.
* GWI’s final analysis of the performance of listed water stocks in 2007 (see pp8-15) suggests a fourth consecutive year of outperformance versus the main stock market indices.
For a long time investors have complained that there are not enough water stocks. Extra capacity is on the way.
With few exceptions, the publicly-traded US water utilities put in a poor performance in 2007. It has forced some to re-think their value creation strategies.
A new business trust will allow Hyflux to recycle its capital more efficiently. CEO Saud Siddique explains his vision for growth.
* Agbar’s Chilean subsidiary Aguas Andinas is to start work within the next few weeks on its long-planned Los Nogales plant, which will complete the provision of wastewater treatment to metropolitan Santiago.