JGC Corporation

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BEWG secures Australian growth platform Vol 18, Issue 9 (September 2017)

The purchase of Trility will give the Chinese group access to a mature contract portfolio with a high degree of revenue predictability. Not all the contracts are making money.

Chinese state-owned groups lead Trility buyout contest Vol 18, Issue 4 (April 2017)

Three Chinese state-owned enterprises have joined a clutch of Australian private equity firms in the race to buy water treatment plant operator Trility. The need to secure approval from BOT clients – and rising protectionism in politics – could make for a long negotiation.

End of the line for Hyflux-Mitsui portfolio as Yunnan Water scales up Vol 17, Issue 8 (August 2016)

Yunnan Water is buying Mitsui’s 50% stake in Galaxy NewSpring for $100 million. Negotiations are underway for the remaining 50% currently owned by Hyflux, but the Singaporean seller is likely to want a premium.

Lay-offs and sell-offs at Hyflux while desal woes continue in Algeria Vol 17, Issue 4 (April 2016)

As Hyflux battles legal cases on multiple fronts in Algeria, it has brought the axe down on a number of technical staff at home. More Chinese assets have now been put on the block as the group bets on more growth in its power and spa ventures.

Japan looks to private sector to rejuvenate its utilities Vol 17, Issue 3 (March 2016)

The number of cities courting the private sector is growing in Abe’s Japan. Weak public finances, ageing infrastructure and dwindling demand are all driving outsourcing.

Project tracker Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

Iran and Cuba open up; Canadian P3 pipeline stronger than ever; the battle for Rosarito; Huntington Beach assesses groundwater injection costs; ten groups vie for Omani desal trio; Tedagua bids low in Djibouti; all the latest project news from around the world this month.

Middle East Water In Brief Vol 16, Issue 4 (April 2015)

Gulf water veteran Kyeong Choi has joined Spanish firm Acciona Agua as Middle East director.

Rabigh developers agree $300m compensation Vol 15, Issue 6 (June 2014)

The owners of Saudi Arabia’s only industrial IWPP have paid a heavy price for two outages at the facility. Despite the size of the package, it was a price worth paying to keep hold of the plant.

DESAL DIFFICULTIES Vol 14, Issue 10 (October 2013)

Petro Rabigh seems to have lost patience with its water and power supplier, after the Rabigh Arabian Water and Electricity Company suffered a second power outage during September.

Confusion reigns at Rabigh Vol 14, Issue 10 (October 2013)

A dispute between power and water developers and Saudi industrial giant Petro Rabigh is threatening to develop into a legal minefield.