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Saudi Arabia is asking greenfield plant investors to take over ownership of nearby older facilities under a new batch of contracts. Will the sale of ageing but upgradeable plants be a necessary burden for investors, or an opportunity for enhanced profit margins?
A team of advisors has been taken on as the country looks to replicate its desalination privatisation programme in the wastewater sphere.
For the deal, contracted in 2008, which has made the biggest contribution to the advancement of public-private partnerships in the international water sector.
A new EBRD loan to Rosvodokanal marks a turning point in the way Russian private water contracts are structured. It will force foreign operators to take the Russian market seriously.
What does it take to be a global law firm in the water sector? Mario Alemi finds that the reality does not always match up to the marketing material.
The Singapore company acquired the existing assets for $1. 06 billion with an additional $420 million to be spent on a 225MW power expansion.
Our annual survey of law firms operating in the water sector finds that the flood of deals originating in the Middle East has inspired a flurry of office openings and staff poachings. Alastair Strickland reports.
See: Law services review: Competition in the Gulf hots up
A series of initiatives to improve the production and distribution of water in Saudi Arabia are moving ahead. SWCC is also making progress with its restructuring and privatisation plan.