36 articles about "Enel"
Regulatory drivers are ensuring that zero liquid discharge is gaining in popularity. Capital and operating costs can still prove prohibitive, as Gord Cope discovers.
* Luis Castilla has been appointed chairman of Acciona’s water division Acciona Agua, which is one of the three key pillars of the group, alongside infrastructure and energy.
The project, commissioned in 2008, that represents the most impressive technical achievement in the field of industrial water.
* The deadline Thames Water offers has been pushed back a week until 15 August, but as yet there has been no indication of who has submitted bids.
* The Suez-Gaz de France merger has taken a bizarre twist with GE Energy Financial Services (EFS) president and CEO Alex Urquhart telling Reuters that it might be interested in Suez’s water assets.
The Spanish company’s bid for Bristol Water looks too expensive and too rushed to be taken at face value.
Larry Chertoff asks whether Suez’s corporate manoeuvres will have an impact on the outlook for its US subsidiary.
Christopher Gasson looks at who has come out worse from the Suez/Gaz de France merger.
* It must be the Spring air. The water sector has been gripped by the urge to merge.
The world\'s two largest water businesses have found themselves on either side of a battle over energy consolidation and economic nationalism. Neither looks good.