15 articles in Poland

EUROPE WATER IN BRIEF Vol 13, Issue 11 (November 2012)

In tandem with its Q3 results announcement on 9th November, BWT AG announced that the WAB Group has raised its holding in the company to 59% under the ongoing mandatory takeover offer.

Global water tariffs continue upward trend Vol 12, Issue 9 (September 2011)

A 6.8% rise in global water tariffs masks significant changes in the way local authorities calculate their rates. David Zetland gets behind the numbers.

The 2011 Global Water Awards: Water Performance Initiative of the Year Vol 12, Issue 2 (February 2011)

For an initiative undertaken by a water utility which represents the most significant commitment to improving the long-term performance of water services to the public. Those shortlisted in this category will present their initiatives on 18 April at the Global Water Summit in Berlin, with the audience voting live for the final winner.

The global bottled water market by volume - CHART Vol 8, Issue 7 (July 2007)

This month’s chart shows the volume market share of the four major bottled water brand owners: Nestlé (with Perrier, Vittel, Poland Spring, San Pellegrino and others), Danone (with Evian, Volvic, Aqua and others), Coca-Cola (with Dasani, Bonaqa, Spring and others), and PepsiCo (with Aquafina and Propel).

Positioning for Polish deals Vol 5, Issue 10 (October 2004)

With EU funding flooding in, private Suez is well placed to clean up.

EBRD deal highlights in 2003 Vol 5, Issue 2 (February 2004)

The bank has been breaking the multilateral mould. The EBRD Municipal and Environmental Infrastructure team sees itself as being at the forefront of innovation in the multilateral lending community. In addition to its equity investment in United Utilities’ central European portfolio reported in last month’s GWI, it broke new ground in a number of other deals.

Water sector neglected in EU accession countries Vol 3, Issue 10 (October 2002)

Enormous investment in the water and wastewater sectors is required to bring standards in central and eastern European countries up to those in the West. A massive €180 billion will be required, even more than the €110 billion needed in the energy sector, according to a report by the German economics institute DIW.

Gelsenwasser and RWE rub shoulders in Poland Vol 3, Issue 8 (August 2002)

In mid-July Gelsenwasser acquired a 46% stake in water company PWiK (Przedsiebiorstwo Wodociagow i Kanalizacji) in Glogów, Poland.

Warsaw seeks advisers for Czajka Vol 3, Issue 8 (August 2002)

The Polish capital, Warsaw, has invited expressions of interest from advisers to prepare tender documents for the Czajka wastewater BOT. The notice was published in the Official Journal of the European Communities and Polish newspapers last month.

A word from the Editor Vol 3, Issue 6 (June 2002)

Welcome to the June issue of Global Water Intelligence. The last few months have been something of a mixed bag for international private water companies. A number of important transactions have come to market, several projects are nearing close, and contracts for big-ticket deals such as Puerto Rico and Pudong have been signed.