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Software to model water systems and manage assets is not only saving money and time; it is making water utilities safer. Gordon Cope investigates one of the fastest growing sectors of the water industry.
The leading specialist water fund has an interesting strategy for the UK.
Are the English water companies getting too focused?
Despite a £30 billion investment bill, the quoted UK water companies think that their shareholders need money more than they do. Andrew Cavenagh reports on this year’s results season.
* Just as everyone thought that the Sydney desalination project was dead, suddenly there has been a flurry of activity to resurrect the project as soon as the city’s dams hit 40% capacity.
* Agbar and Suez seem to be moving in different directions in Europe as well as Latin America.
A 35km pipeline is an attractive alternative to a new water treatment plant.
Alison Ireland announces the launch of the 19th Desalting Plant Inventory.
EU directives have ensured that there is more sludge being produced across the continent, but fewer ways of disposing of it. Here Emmanuel Adler of A Consult in Lyon examines the opportunities the market presents.
High leverage and outsourced operations make an attractive option for RWE as it contemplates the sale of its water interests. But are the risks too much for the regulator?