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Rising debt service bills crimped mid-year profit margins at many of the UK’s water and sewerage companies. A tough price review could put dividends under further pressure.
Regulated UK water companies will be forced to find new ways to outperform from 2020. Will it result in a mass exodus from the sector?
A sequence of new bonds shows an increasing willingness among borrowers to diversify their sources of funding. What’s next?
The Spanish region is finally on the verge of launching a €650 million wastewater concessions initiative. Has it learned from the mistakes of the past, or is it just a case of castles in the air?
The company was left reeling after it was forced to swallow an unwanted change in tariff methodology. What are the implications?
Biwater entered its 50th year by swinging back to a net profit of £1.4 million on revenues of £60.2 million, marking a strong recovery from the prior year’s net loss of £4.5 million.
Figures from European water associations hide a wealth of detail but point toward positive progress, says David Lloyd Owen.
Following a period of relative stagnation, the group has embarked on a fresh drive to grow its international presence. CEO Louis-Roch Burgard shares his strategy with GWI.
A newly announced growth plan looks like the latest step in a carefully crafted process to prepare Saur for sale. Ian Elkins asks whether it will remain in French hands.
The implications of the UK water sector being placed under government control after nearly 30 years of private ownership are complex and varied. Who would receive the better deal – bondholders or equity-holders?