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With relations between the water company and its regulator at an all-time low, potential buyers are worried about the outlook for Thames.
Rising energy bills are starting to eat into the UK water sector’s profits.
Christopher Gasson sees opportunities in the south-east's water scarcity.
* There has been a flurry of interest in the UK water market. The publicly quoted water companies came in with a strong set of full-year results (see story p8).
Government needs to use its joined-up thinking on its water policy.
Bears and bulls both need water, which makes for a good stock in hard times, but how did the water sector perform in last month’s market downturn? It depends on what you are buying.
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.