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Essel storms ahead in Indian water Vol 18, Issue 9 (September 2017)

Billionaire-backed project developer Essel has won a new PPP in PM Modi’s backyard. Suez and Earth Water Group veteran Vidyavathsal will be driving the water business.

Mauritius gets serious about PSP in water Vol 18, Issue 7 (July 2017)

After 20 years of fits and starts, the government is now soliciting interest from a range of consultants ahead of a 15-year affermage contract to address chronic underinvestment in its failing water infrastructure. The situation is desperate.

Agbar feels the heat in its own back yard Vol 18, Issue 2 (February 2017)

A robust defence of its dominant position in Catalunya will be vital if the Suez subsidiary is to stem the tide of public authorities looking to take water services back in-house. Where is it most vulnerable?

Record inflows underscore specialist water funds’ appeal Vol 18, Issue 1 (January 2017)

The sustained outperformance of many specialist water funds is convincing more and more clients to sign up. Differentiating between strategies will be increasingly important.

Getting the gnus across the river in Iran Vol 17, Issue 10 (October 2016)

Last month saw the holding of the first Iranian Water Summit in Tehran. Hundreds of delegates from government bodies and international and local water and wastewater companies met to thrash out the future of water in a post-sanctions Iran.

India shining Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

  • The hiatus in spending in the Indian water sector looks set to come to an end next quarter with the rollout of project funding for the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation...

  • Suez is positioning itself to make the most of growth in the Indian water market with the acquisition of Driplex. The company is big in the industrial water market, with strong references in power and petrochemicals...

PPP momentum Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

  • The Indonesian public-private partnership scene is starting to come back to life after the Constitutional Court struck out the 2004 Water Law in a case brought by local NGOs last year...
  • A new federal water law for Mexico designed to spur private sector participation and depoliticise the debate around service provision is likely to be placed before voters in March...
  • The pressure for the remunicipalisation of private water contracts in France is reshaping the outsourcing proposition, according to Bertrand Camus, president of the Fédération Professionnelle des Entreprises de l’Eau (FP2E)...
  • The Acciona and Brookfield Financial-led consortium supplying a 75,000m³/d water treatment plant in Saint John, Canada, has closed the financing on the project...

A passage to India and back again for Suez with Driplex buy Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

Suez is scoring a double coup with its acquisition of India’s Driplex. It provides a route into priority industrial sectors in India, and also a competitive established manufacturing base for exports to other emerging markets. Suez EVP Marie-Ange Debon spoke to GWI.

Cuba squares up to its water infrastructure needs as US sanctions ease Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

The gradual easing of the US trade embargo could allow Cuba’s water sector to come in from the cold after more than 50 years of sanctions. A new desal BOT for the tourism industry could just be the tip of the iceberg.

Innovation in water – the new French revolution Vol 17, Issue 2 (February 2016)

The cosy long-term agreements enjoyed by private water operators in France are a thing of the past, as municipal leaders become increasingly tech-savvy and cost-conscious. How has the resultant rethink changed the way the private operators do business?