Beijing Drainage Group
17 articles about "Beijing Drainage Group"
BEWG has secured the bulk of Beijing’s latest slew of PPP projects, while Beijing Drainage Group and Beijing Capital were unsuccessful. The fierce competition is pushing IRRs to record lows, but the PPP-led build-out has driven reuse capacity to astonishing levels.
Chinese government policy pressure cracks open sludge management market Vol 17, Issue 4 (April 2016)
The challenge of untreated sludge has risen up China’s policy agenda, driving water companies to explore new business models and new technologies to gain market share. GWI’s Yujia Shen investigates.
- Shares in Hong Kong-listed Sound Global will resume trading on 25 Jan.
- American Water looks set to close its largest acquisition since 1999, after emerging as the top-ranked bidder in the battle to buy the Scranton Sewer Authority, which serves 32,000 customers in Pennsylvania...
- Veolia appears to have found a buyer for its Sade network engineering business. The deal is currently in due diligence, and should be announced next year...
- Beijing Drainage Group, the wastewater utility owned by the city of Beijing, has won the auction for Purac AB, the Swedish dissolved air flotation specialist...
Sound Global (SGL) has bounced back into action ahead of an expected resumption of trading in its shares in early 2016.
Shanghai Safbon Water has made a surprise move in its internationalisation strategy, turning away from Sweden’s Purac AB in favour of Austrian equipment supplier KWI. GWI’s Yujia Shen spoke to Safbon president Zhang Chunlin to find out more.
A number of large state-owned enterprises are waiting to crack open the Chinese water market. They will need to undergo reform to compete.
CITIC and KKR concluded their takeover of United Envirotech in April. Leveraging its new parents’ easy access to credit, the company is ready for expansion, and new Chinese water standards are playing neatly into its hands.
China’s State Council has announced its long-awaited Water Pollution Action Plan – the key national document outlining the processes and targets for implementing the country’s ‘war on pollution’ in water.
Five Chinese water companies successfully listed domestically and overseas in 2014 in the face of huge investor demand. Now, a new crop of technology firms and state-owned entities are enthusiastically lining up IPOs for 2015.