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The ombudsman has forced the firm to let a competitor use its pipes to reach a customer; but elsewhere efforts to introduce competition are going slowly.
First Islamic Investment Bank has paid a handsome price for the utility.
Where is the international private water industry headed?
The regulator can only benefit from a challenge at the Competition Commission, but the water companies can lose as well as win.
The joint venture with Nuon put a shine on the contractor’s otherwise disappointing performance.
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?