118 articles about "Aqualia"
A combination of demographic, economic and political pressures has brought about a spike in activity for Egypt’s moribund seawater desalination market. Who are the main beneficiaries?
The future role of PPPs in Egypt’s water infrastructure development looks uncertain after the country’s government made a U-turn on the massive Abu Rawash wastewater project and decided to fund it directly – more than a year after...
Singaporean desalination supremo Hyflux’s great sell- off continued to evolve this month, with a 70% stake in its landmark Tuaspring IWPP the next to be put on the block. The chances are that the divestment has been on the cards for a while, but the timing of the announcement...
Indonesian authorities are hoping they can capitalise on the momentum behind the financial close of the Umbulan Spring water supply project to revive other water PPPs previously rejected by bidders in 2015...
Meanwhile, observers were surprised to see the authorities in Mongolia pump life back into a wastewater BOT tender which was abandoned both by experienced developers and the project evaluation committee last year...
The decision by the government to fund a massive wastewater treatment project directly is a blow to investors looking to support infrastructure in the country.
Shares in Dee Valley Water were delisted from the London Stock Exchange on 16 February in conjunction with the company’s £78.5 million takeover by Severn Trent.
Christopher Gasson looks at how data collection is spelling the end of project-led, productivity-poor utilities.
The Spanish company has secured one of its largest desalination references to date as the country turns away from PPPs. Will it be a case of third time lucky for the firm?
Cairo has shifted responsibility for three long-standing desalination projects away from its PPP Central Unit, while one of its flagship schemes is struggling to reach financial close. The country still insists the long-term future of water PPPs is secure, however.
- Consolidated Water has acquired 51% of Aerex Industries – an OEM serving the water and wastewater treatment markets – for $7.7 million, and has an option to buy the remaining 49% after three years. Aerex generated $19 million in revenues in 2015.
The largest water businesses ranked by estimated revenue in 2015. Figures are rounded to the nearest $100 million. Readers are invited to correct any errors and omissions.
The construction boom aimed at revitalising Egypt’s economy has created a growing need for new sources of water. Will the country’s PPP promoters be able to stimulate interest in its expanding portfolio?