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The California drought and ongoing shifts in thermoelectric cooling processes have driven water usage in the US to its lowest level in decades. How much lower can it go?
The elimination of advance refunding has reduced the volume of tax-exempt water and sewer bonds issued in the US so far this year. The data belies the fact that municipalities are continuing to borrow for new construction projects at a robust rate.
The Canadian equipment company doubled sales into the electronics market last year. Now, it is pushing its own digital platform.
Granite Construction diversifies into water and provides exit for troubled Layne Vol 19, Issue 7 (July 2018)
After years of protracted losses and restructuring efforts, Layne Christensen has found a new home in Granite Construction. Granite CEO Jim Roberts explains to GWI why the deal makes sense.
The digital oilfield specialist is flourishing as the buoyant US oil & gas industry becomes increasingly receptive to smart water solutions.
The group’s North American asset maintenance unit has better margins than O&M, and is growing at 10% per year. What is its secret?
The New Jersey municipality alienated bidders by refusing to remove an unlimited liability clause. Was the process truly competitive?
The decision to sell its municipal contract operations portfolio comes as no surprise.
Prospective buyers face a number of challenges when evaluating the asset – not least the unit’s recent profitability issues.
A new infrastructure development vehicle headed by a water industry veteran wants to take the lead on structuring value-added P3 projects in the United States. Despite its practical experience, it faces a slim pipeline of opportunities.