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Spain’s desal programme has been put under the spotlight after environment minister Miguel Arias Cañete claimed that the country’s 17 new desalination plants are running at an average of only 16% of capacity.
Veolia shares climbed by nearly 40% over the past month despite a botched boardroom coup and a big loss reported for the 2011 full year.
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The big scandal on everyone’s lips at the World Water Forum in Marseille was the announcement that the Millennium Development Goal for water had been reached.
Veolia and Suez Environnement were among the top performers on the GWI Global Water Index this month. With no US sell-side analysts now covering Veolia, how long before its ADRs are delisted?
Dutch engineering consultants DHV and Royal Haskoning have announced their intention to merge, in order to create a €700 million-a-year powerhouse.
The Veolia CEO has purged the board and the executive committee following an abortive coup organised by his predecessor at the end of last month. The market has given him strong support, marking up shares by 39%.
Veolia Water is positioning itself to maximise its growth potential in the industrial water market while placing its bets more carefully in the municipal sector, where an IT-led renaissance in France is showing the way ahead.
After a series of profit warnings and write-offs, the markets are disinclined to believe what Veolia’s management has to say. It is the toughest challenge any public company can face, but CEO Antoine Frérot is not giving up.
Veolia has chosen Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan to advise it on the sale of its UK regulated water assets.
The relative safe haven of the UK listed water utilities was the only saving grace for investors with exposure to European water stocks last year. Have prices bottomed out?