248 articles about "Suez Environment "
For the water or wastewater project, commissioned in 2008, that represents the most significant contribution to water technology and environmental protection
* Suez Environnement has appointed Bertrand Camus to replace Tony Harding as CEO of its North American business.
Local support means that international project finance will now provide less than 20% of the debt for Ras Azzour. Meanwhile, a USD900 million bridge loan should keep the Shuweihat 2 IWPP on track.
* At the beano to celebrate his company’s stock market debut, Suez Environnement CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade was bemoaning the lack of build operate-transfer projects in the water sector over the past two years.
* The first thing to happen since we last published was the long-awaited debut of Suez Environnement as a separately quoted stock on the Paris bourse (see story p8).
Suez Environnement CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade has the task of guiding the newly listed water and waste specialistto greatness. He spoke to GWI about his ambitions for the company over the next three years.
Christopher Gasson looks at the implications of the re-municipalisation of Paris’ water supply.
* The collapse of the Veolia share price will have a knock-on effect on the value of Suez Environnement, which is due to get a separate listing in Paris on 22 July.
* It has been an eventful month since the last issue of GWI, starting with the stellar success of the Singapore International Water Week.
As Aguas de Valencia prepares to de-list its shares, Suez’s role as a shareholder looks increasingly marginalised. AVSA’s Eugenio Calabuig talks to GWI about the future.