225 articles about "American Water"
A new line-up at Severn Trent Services’ North American contract ops division could make the difference between stagnation and greatness. Questions over the firm’s long-term client commitment remain.
The new CEO of Aqua America is likely to pursue non-regulated growth more than his predecessor. Nick DeBenedictis’ legacy still remains intact.
Ian Elkins analyses who’s missing in action this month – and why.
A fundamental drag on the performance of a stock index containing large water utilities is that they tend to underperform in a bull market. Where else have investors been putting their money this month?
Listed Brazilian water concessionaire Sanepar has announced its intention to issue BRL300 million ($100 million) of short-dated amortising debentures.
The decision to turn down a $10 million-a-year contract renewal in New Jersey was not taken lightly. Where does it leave the negotiation process?
The sale of Ni America to Pacolet Milliken marks the re-emergence of the family office as a serious investor in multi-state regulated water infrastructure. How will it recover the premium it paid to acquire the asset?
Those firms with the greatest exposure to industrial clients did well in 2014. Meanwhile, competition is growing for a slice of the municipal concessions market, despite a slow pipeline.
New Jersey has appointed two restructuring specialists to consider a lease of the city’s water system. The move has reignited speculation over the future of other local utilities, as politicians look to reduce direct state support.
The lag between proof of concept and commercialisation has killed many promising water technologies. A new validation vehicle aims to end that.