Suez Environment

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Not yet news Vol 15, Issue 12 (December 2014)

  • Veolia Global Solutions boss Jean-Michel Herrewyn is standing down as CEO...
  • Suez Environnement’s move to a single “brand architecture” encompassing both water and waste globally will be announced in...

You only pay twice Vol 15, Issue 12 (December 2014)

  • More than $500 million of growth equity has been committed to the water sector this year, much of it to start-ups offering technologies with sufficient scaleability and “disruption potential” so that...
  • Ultura has been one of the most high-profile casualties. After embarking on a venture capital-fuelled acquisitions spree, the company formerly known as APTwater found itself alarmingly short of liquidity earlier this year...
  • The stream of private water operators securing licences to operate in the competitive retail portion of the Scottish water market shows no signs of abating. Suez Environnement is the latest company to sign up...
  • Madrid’s municipally owned water operator Canal Isabel II wants to raise €500 million in the bond markets to refinance existing debt...

Lovers and black boxes Vol 15, Issue 12 (December 2014)

Christopher Gasson looks at how the changing shape of private sector engagement in water will change the way we all do business.

Chart of the month - How the private water market has changed since 2003 Vol 15, Issue 12 (December 2014)

This month’s chart comes from GWI’s new database of public-private partnerships, published alongside our Private Sector Participation in Water market report.

New membrane markets open up for Suez Vol 15, Issue 11 (November 2014)

The company’s dominance in seawater reverse osmosis desalination is reaping rewards in the Middle East.

Capitalism is coming Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

  • Suez Environnement’s US subsidiary United Water and private equity investor KKR have secured a 50-year lease contract for the heavily indebted town of...
  • Liberty Utilities, a subsidiary of TSXlisted Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp., has agreed to buy...
  • The biggest obstacle to private enterprise in America’s water sector has always been the availability of subsidised public debt. California took a step towards levelling the playing field this month by...

What's in a name? Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

  • Suez Environnement suffered a blow this month when it was apparently knocked out of the running for the renewal of a €500 million water services contract in...
  • Industry rumours are intensifying that Suez Environnement is about to rebrand itself to reflect its loosening links with...
  • The renaming is also rumoured to coincide with a complete reorganisation of the business to reflect a regional structure similar to that of...

Blurring water’s lines Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

Christopher Gasson looks at how technology is changing the water industry.

There are troubled waters ahead... Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

...but if water treatment companies can ride the wave of low oil prices, new growth opportunities will emerge, argues Amanda Brock.

Lyonnaise encounters a Lille problem Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

The French giant is fighting to overturn a ruling which found inconsistencies in its bid to renew one of France’s largest delegated water contracts. The project, which it once shared with Veolia, has a chequered history.