1920 articles in Europe
A collaboration with a sovereign wealth fund has given the French company a fresh entry point into the Russian water market.
David Lloyd Owen looks at ways to incentivise developing economies to move beyond flood irrigation.
Johnson Matthey revealed this month that it has taken an £11 million goodwill impairment hit relating to its water technologies business, in order to reflect lower growth assumptions.
Turkey’s largest city faces growing pressure from changing demographics and climate change. Water boss Fatih Turan tells GWI about his plans for a change in strategy.
Deploying capital in industrial water requires a mix of flexibility and repeat business. Resonance Asset Management has access to both.
Russia’s largest private water company is on the market for the first time in 15 years. What are its prospects for growth?
Two of Kelda’s shareholders are offering a majority stake in the company. What sort of premium could it attract?
The sector has come under mounting political pressure to invest for the future.
David Lloyd Owen finds echoes of Victor Hugo in London’s sewers.
A newly formed joint venture between Kinetix Corporate Finance and Critchleys will focus on environmental technologies in the spheres of energy, water and food resource efficiency.