Black & Veatch
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A cybersecurity alert issued by the US government last month was swiftly followed by a crippling ransomware attack on the City of Atlanta. As the water sector increasingly embraces the Internet of Things, the risks of cyberattacks are becoming more acute.
Newcomer ST Marine fought off competition from Sembcorp and Keppel to win the Jurong Island desalination plant. It is now looking to build up a water business in Southeast Asia and the Arabian Gulf. Can its success be replicated outside of Singapore?
Introducing a progressive element into the delivery of P3 projects in the water sector could stimulate more deal flow by offering clients a greater say in a project’s outcome. The concept is not popular with everyone.
More and more public authorities are embracing the possibility of delivering water infrastructure using private capital and expertise. Despite the diversity of projects in the pipeline, the market is realistic about how this will translate into deal flow.
The ability to use data for proactive asset management promises much in the way of efficiencies for UK water companies going forward. Is the supply chain on board?
The logic of engineering firm mergers is becoming inexorable as US infrastructure spending flatlines. Christopher Gasson wonders who will be next to make a move.
Sierra snowfall fails to deter reuse projects; Nigeria revisits drinking water PPPs; Belgrade revitalises wastewater PPP plan; Tunisia shifts focus to rural communities; India’s hybrid annuity model gains traction; Ecuador and Paraguay seek private capital; all the latest project news from around the world.
Xylem has bought Singapore-based water analytics firm Visenti Solutions for US$8 million, plus an earn-out of up to US$4 million.
Italmatch Chemicals announced its second recent acquisition from Solvay earlier this month, agreeing to buy the Ionquest 290 and octyl phosphonic acid product ranges, which have applications in the industrial water business.
UF membrane manufacturer Tianjin Motimo has revealed that its suspension from trading since 20 May is related to investments in two firms. One is tubular ceramic membrane manufacturer Jiangsu Kaimi Membrane Technology, and the other is in a systems integrator in Western China, Gansu Jinqiao Water Technology.