746 articles about "Veolia"
- Suez held an investor day earlier this month to introduce Suez Water Technologies & Solutions, the newly formed subsidiary which incorporates its GE Water acquisition. Despite promising to increase...
- Veolia issued a €500 million 3-year bond with a negative yield last month. It is the first time that investors have been prepared to take a capital loss to hold a BBB-rated bond: a sure sign that they are no longer...
- Severn Trent Services, the US-based contract operations business which was sold by its UK parent earlier this year, has been rebranded as Inframark. CEO Stephane Bouvier tells GWI...
Israel Chemicals has completed the sale of its 50% stake in desalination specialist IDE Technologies for $167 million.
Christopher Gasson looks what will shape water in 2018.
A sell-off in UK water stocks on fears of a harsh regulatory settlement failed to send the index into negative territory. Meanwhile, the liquidity of two stocks is set to be boosted.
CEO Ron Keating has to maintain the momentum behind the company’s share price if he and his private equity backers are to realise the paper gains they made on Evoqua’s introduction to the New York Stock Exchange. Here he tells GWI how he intends to achieve that.
By focusing on mobile water treatment solutions for workers at remote camps, WaterFleet has carved out a unique niche in the oilfield services market. Will broadening its horizons make it a less attractive acquisition target?
A sequence of new bonds shows an increasing willingness among borrowers to diversify their sources of funding. What’s next?
Environmental pressures and overloaded municipal treatment plants mean effective landfill leachate treatment is required like never before. Are existing systems up to the task?
Despite a cool summer and a hurricane-filled autumn, many water stocks rose to multiyear highs, aided by a positive results season. Evoqua’s IPO was a further high point.
Chinese private water operators now occupy more than twenty of the top fifty spots globally, when measured by the number of people served. With over a billion people catered to by the top 50 alone, where will the next phase of growth come from?