1907 articles in Europe
Despite the rhetoric from Madrid around the economic value destruction caused by the independence campaign, the water sector is functioning as normal – for now.
A new framework could pave the way for greater volumes of wastewater reuse in Italy. Broadening its appeal will depend on less stringent pathogen limits.
Recent changes in Thames Water’s ownership have seen Canadian pension fund OMERS accumulate more than 25% of the company.
The work of the English regulator and private water companies has not paid off in the public imagination, argues David Lloyd Owen.
Veolia has sold CeraMem, its advanced membrane business for the oil and gas market, to CTI-Orelis.
The Spanish agricultural lobby has reluctantly embraced desalination after the Tagus- Segura pipeline dried up earlier this year. Do the long-term economics stack up?
Suez looks for accelerated industrial growth after softer first half Vol 18, Issue 10 (October 2017)
Having catapulted itself into the premier league of global industrial water suppliers through the acquisition of GE Water, Suez is now faced with the challenge of growing the top line of the combined business at a rate of 5% a year. What is its strategy?
The Finnish water and waste company wants to double its revenue base under new owner Bridgepoint. It still lacks exposure to one of the most hyped growth areas in the market.
As monopolies, water utilities have never had to worry too much about the wider benefits their interventions have on society at large. The sector’s first ‘social bond’ is set to challenge that notion.
A new 40-year bond linked to the consumer price index is believed to be the longest ever issued in this format by a UK water utility. With demand sporadic at best, what will it take to bring CPI-linked debt into the mainstream?