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In an exclusive interview, Thames Water's chief executive Bill Alexander explains how asset ownership defines RWE's strategy in the water sector.
Thames’ chief executive Bill Alexander has been in the job a long time. The latest reorganisation puts him under pressure.
With a wave of merger opportunities expected in the wake of Ofwat’s price review, former Mid Kent Water chairman Keith Tozzi hopes to clean up.
80% of Britain’s waste discharges might not comply with the Water Framework Directive. It is going to cost a lot of money to put things right.
Last month’s draft determinations have upset Thames and AWG. Will they complain to the Competition Commission if they don’t get their way in December?
A new study suggests Ofwat’s price determinations will be kind to industry suppliers.
Ofwat may soon lose the ability to block water industry mergers, according to the experts brought together for a seminar last month by Denton Wilde Sapte.
RWE chief executive Harry Roels had to spend some time at his company’s half-year results presentation dismissing rumours about the imminent sale of Thames Water.
Ofwat can only block mergers if it regulates reasonably. How long can its opposition to them be considered reasonable?
Ofwat’s draft determinations have been met with relief rather than jubilation. GWI’s UK correspondent Andrew Cavenagh talks to the analysts.