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Private moves Vol 16, Issue 7 (July 2015)

According to David Lloyd Owen’s annual rankings there was a net increase of 70 million in the number of people served by the top 50 private water companies...

Lloyd Owen’s data also shows that Suez Environnement has overtaken Veolia as the largest private sector water company in terms of population served...

Despite the ongoing struggle to close a big-ticket national PPP in water, private water is nonetheless making advances in the Philippines. Four local governments are looking to publish tenders for...

Europe Water In Brief Vol 16, Issue 7 (July 2015)

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is preparing a €40 million package of sovereign-guaranteed loans aimed at rehabilitating the water sector in Belarus.

Elections prompt Philippines PPP boom Vol 16, Issue 7 (July 2015)

The pool of companies looking to break into municipal water PPPs in the Philippines is growing at a rapid rate as cities attempt to rush through water projects ahead of next year’s elections.

Suez promotes a human resource revolution Vol 16, Issue 7 (July 2015)

The latest round of staff changes at the French water and waste group offer considerable insight into the way CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade is grooming his executive team to take on the challenges of the future.

China shakes up private water power list Vol 16, Issue 7 (July 2015)

The arrival of Chinese water firms as international players has rung the changes in GWI’s latest survey of the top 50 private water companies. Suez Environnement, meanwhile, edges Veolia out to take the top slot for the first time.

Up sticks Vol 16, Issue 6 (June 2015)

  • American Water is considering moving its headquarters from leafy Voorhees, NJ, to the grittier environs of Camden, in order to take advantage of $164 million in tax credits which are available under the Grow New Jersey programme...
  • Suez Environnement, meanwhile, opened its new North American headquarters in the altogether more pleasant city of Paramus, NJ, on 12 June...
  • Nick DeBenedictis has handed the day-to-day running of Aqua America over to Chris Franklin, the company’s COO of regulated operations. Although Franklin is unlikely to rock the boat too much, he is keen to develop...

VENTO gets a taste for water investment Vol 16, Issue 6 (June 2015)

Aqualogy’s start-up platform with the Spanish government has the potential to become an important part of the European innovation ecosystem. It has just made its first investment in water.

Managing expectations in Algeria Vol 16, Issue 6 (June 2015)

The country’s wastewater utility still needs international expertise, despite its harsh criticism of past water management contracts.

Gelsenwasser exits French water market Vol 16, Issue 5 (May 2015)

Despite some impressive contract wins, Nantaise des Eaux struggled to turn a profit under German ownership. How will it fare as part of Suez Environnement?

No private water Vol 16, Issue 4 (April 2015)

  • The Central Jakarta District Court blindsided investors in the two water concessions serving the Indonesian capital on 24 March by revoking their contracts. Palyja (owned by a Suez Environnement/Astratel Nusantara group) and Aetra (which is owned by the private equity-backed Singapore firm Acuatico) will be relieved that the federal government, desperate to defend its PPP credentials, has come to their aid by...
  • Although the anti-private water lobby is assuredly active in Jakarta, one motivation may simply be a “growing populist national preference in both local and central administration”, making it difficult for foreign companies to operate...
  • Elsewhere, public-private partnerships continue to break into new markets. Rwanda has signed its first PPP contract – and the first of its type in sub-Saharan Africa – inking a 40,000m³/d bulk water supply contract that will see developer Metito invest around...
  • The US also seems to be warming to the idea of private finance. Legislation is moving forward in four states – Texas, Georgia, Florida and New Mexico – aimed at opening up the market for private sector participation.
  • The US contract operations market enjoyed revenue growth of around 5% last year, according to our latest survey of the market. Momentum from industrial clients helped...