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New collaborative water infrastructure deal agreed on the US-Mexico border Vol 18, Issue 10 (October 2017)
As the US and Mexico face off on thornier political issues, the two countries have struck a deal to extend the water-sharing provisions of the 1944 Colorado River Treaty. Ongoing collaboration will see the US invest in water infrastructure south of the border.
Consolidated comes out on top at Rosarito; Tunisia seeks to embrace water PPPs; Oman’s thirst for desal; Florida’s big RO build-out; specs out for Japanese wastewater concession; Indian industry turns to desal; all the latest project news from around the world this month.
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.
The large-scale desalination plant being developed by Consolidated Water at Rosarito in Mexico has long been hyped as an alternative to siting a plant in California. Will any of the plant’s output make it north of the border?
Chilean economic development agency Corfo decided on 15 December not to proceed with the sale of a 40.46% stake in Essal, owing to the bids received not satisfying the minimum threshold set. Corfo had been targetting proceeds of around $100 million from the sale.