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Pipeline of large-scale US municipal water opportunities shifts sideways Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
Pushback from Pittsburgh and Atlantic City on possible water privatisations has left business development officials scrambling for new leads. Could a long-term concession in Baltimore prove more workable?
The company derives the bulk of its revenues from mature markets with sluggish growth prospects. By leveraging its digital capabilities, it is already opening up new paths for expansion. CEO Scott Hall outlines his vision to GWI.
The seeds of a potential bipartisan deal on infrastructure may be starting to emerge, writes Debra Coy.
As GWI went to press, the Sierra snowpack in California stood at 22% of normal for the time of year, equivalent to 11% of the 1st April average. On the same day last year, the snowpack stood at 154% of normal.
The $400m purchase of Pure Technologies is more than just another smart water play. The company’s consulting capabilities will provide Xylem with a key competitive advantage.
Developers take stock as M&G prepares to divest its seawater desal plant in Texas Vol 18, Issue 12 (December 2017)
The Italian plastics firm is divesting the US assets of its bankrupt chemicals business, which includes a seawater desalination facility in Corpus Christi. The sale could prove a timely opportunity for the build-out of a merchant desalination facility on the Texas coast.
CEO Ron Keating has to maintain the momentum behind the company’s share price if he and his private equity backers are to realise the paper gains they made on Evoqua’s introduction to the New York Stock Exchange. Here he tells GWI how he intends to achieve that.
Back in 2013, GWI thought AEA had overpaid for Siemens Water Technologies.
The Pink Sheets-quoted company has big ambitions for its water assets, but is starved of capital. How is it planning to move forward?
By focusing on mobile water treatment solutions for workers at remote camps, WaterFleet has carved out a unique niche in the oilfield services market. Will broadening its horizons make it a less attractive acquisition target?