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Over $2 billion in private equity has been committed to North American oilfield water service providers in the last three years. The ‘water midstream’ model is here to stay.
The joint venture announced this month will combine Solenis’ service expertise with BASF’s extensive in-house chemical product portfolio, providing both firms with significant growth potential. The deal could be the precursor to an IPO further down the line.
The creation of a new Advanced Infrastructure Analytics platform follows the recent acquisitions of Pure Technologies, EmNet, and Valor. Xylem CEO Patrick Decker explains his vision to GWI.
Water M&A in the US just got ugly, with a four-way battle rocking the market from California to Connecticut. Is it a sign of things to come?
Clearford Water charts a path to profitability with renewed project finance commitment Vol 19, Issue 5 (May 2018)
The Canadian company’s losses are easing, but its decentralised DBFOM solution is struggling to gain traction. What is the way forward?
GWI examines why the push for increased private sector participation in the Brazilian water sector has failed to meet expectations.
There is growing awareness of the need to address the hundreds of disadvantaged water systems in California that persistently fall short of drinking water standards. Could the development of an effective consolidation strategy serve as a blueprint for other states?
A slimmed-down opportunity in Florida is attracting widespread interest among private water operators.
Rexnord has announced that it is selling its VAG valves unit, and discussions are understood to be underway with a number of interested parties. VAG generated $215 million of sales in 2017.
The battle lines are finally drawn for US water utility consolidation, says Debra Coy.