225 articles about "American Water"
Chinese water stocks returned from the New Year holiday refreshed, as the Shanghai Composite Index beat all the mainstream benchmarks this month. The reasons behind ERI’s precipitous fall were less easy to divine.
A recent uptick in activity in the US military outsourcing market could provide private water operators with a further diversification opportunity. Will the market ever be truly competitive?
The market for municipal water and wastewater concessions in the US has been slow-growing, despite some highprofile contract wins. What are the keys to developing this politically charged space?
Water stayed ahead of the world markets in 2013, according to our annual analysis of the GWI Global Water Index, which starts on p8.
The race to gain market share in the Chinese BOT/TOT market intensified at the end of last month when China Everbright agreed to merge its portfolio of water assets with that of HanKore Environment, creating a player with the critical mass to take on the big boys who have state backing.
The defensive nature of water utility stocks meant that they were shunned in favour of higher-beta names last year. There is still plenty of steam left in the sector.
AECOM is currently looking to replace its global water boss Rob Andrews, who left the company earlier this month to take over from Jane Pagel as president of the Ontario Clean Water Agency.
American Water CEO Jeff Sterba is to retire in May next year.
This month’s chart contrasts the remuneration packages of the bosses of four public and four private water companies.
Jeff Sterba announced his retirement as CEO of American Water less than a week before the company’s annual investor day on 17 December.