South West Water
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The ratings agency has unveiled its most comprehensive analysis yet on the impact that Ofwat’s proposed price settlement could have on UK water companies’ debt service costs.
Severn Trent’s AMP7 tender has reignited debate over the shape of client-contractor relationships in the next asset management period. Some will fare better than others.
New APRs offer a data-driven insight into the performance of water companies in England and Wales, says David Lloyd Owen.
Thames Water’s profits leak away in mixed results season for UK water companies Vol 18, Issue 6 (June 2017)
The new chief executive of the UK’s largest private water provider has come under fire over missed leakage targets, which contributed to an 18.5% drop in operating profits last year. What can the company’s new investors do to protect future dividend flows?
Thames and Southern withdraw from retail competition as market realities bite Vol 17, Issue 7 (July 2016)
Two of the UK’s largest regulated water companies have announced plans to bow out of the English retail market before it opens for business next April. It is a stark reminder that Ofwat’s competition agenda is rapidly losing its appeal.
Pressure on the full-year operating results of some of the UK’s largest water companies appears to have done little to dent the sector’s reputation as an investment destination.
Aster Capital has hired Gaëtane Suzenet to head up a new water investment fund focusing on smart water initiatives and cutting-edge treatment solutions.
Martin Baggs, the CEO of Thames Water, has announced his intention to step down from the role at the end of 2016. The search for a new incumbent is expected to commence in the new year.
BASF is decoupling its Water Solutions division from the Oilfield and Mining Solutions business unit and merging it with Paper Chemicals with effect from 1st January 2016.
The EBRD is proposing to double the size of its water rehabilitation lending programme in the Kyrgyz Republic to €40 million, after the first tranche was fully subscribed.