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A collaboration with a sovereign wealth fund has given the French company a fresh entry point into the Russian water market.
As the Egyptian economy improves, life has returned to the water and wastewater project markets. A new round of tariff rises is aimed at bolstering the balance sheets of utilities.
- The auction for French private water player Saur is moving through to its second round. Insiders suggest that no trade bidders have made it through, while Antin Infrastructure...
- Veolia, meanwhile, is buddying up to Russia’s largest private water operator, Rosvodokanal. RVK’s current owner Alfa Group has indicated that...
A new-found interest in consolidation among publicly traded US water utilities resulted in outsized gains for some this month. The tone of the negotiations was less appealing.
Desal project pipeline goes stratospheric; Lagos Water rekindles BOT programme; Saudi Arabia juggles procurement responsibilities; the fight for a new crop of contract operations; Tokyo looks to outsource wastewater; South Africa turns to reuse; all the latest project news from around the world.
Beijing Enterprises Water Group’s full-year results acted as something of a barometer of sentiment in the wider Chinese water market this month. To what extent is it now a ‘buy’?
2017 was an eventful year for private water operators in North America, but the market has presented few new opportunities for growth. What are the top players doing about it?
Three new teams have joined the list of groups vying for a landmark indirect potable reuse project in California. The recalibration of the previously pre-qualified consortia is equally interesting.
Rise in UAE water demand leads to boom for private wastewater concessionaire Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)
One of the region’s most groundbreaking concessions is set to double in size, courtesy of its first expansion since being signed in 2004. Growing sales of treated sewage effluent will play a key role for concessionaire Tanqia.
Chinese industrial park users weigh up their options for wastewater treatment Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)
Over half of China’s industrial parks rely on municipal WWTPs to treat their wastewater flows. Industries will increasingly be required to install their own effluent treatment facilities in order to meet higher discharge standards.