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Kemira intends to merge its Municipal & Industrial and Oil & Mining segments into a combined Industry & Water division, in an attempt to simplify the structure of the business and deliver savings.
The action is hotting up in the regulated UK water sector. Who will be next on the block?
The decision to offload Kelda’s non-regulated business – which has stakes in a number of wastewater PFIs and anaerobic digestion PPPs – has re-ignited speculation over the future of other UK water companies’ ancillary business activities.
New blow for UK water competition as selfsupply licences gain traction Vol 18, Issue 2 (February 2017)
Multi-site corporate water users are waking up to the advantages of self-supply licences. It is a further setback for the competitive retail services market, both in England and in Scotland.
A robust defence of its dominant position in Catalunya will be vital if the Suez subsidiary is to stem the tide of public authorities looking to take water services back in-house. Where is it most vulnerable?
Shares in Dee Valley Water were delisted from the London Stock Exchange on 16 February in conjunction with the company’s £78.5 million takeover by Severn Trent.
The Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive is shifting up a gear. David Lloyd Owen takes a look at the implications.
European water stocks fail to deliver in 2016 as sluggish economic growth takes its toll Vol 18, Issue 1 (January 2017)
Veolia and Suez were the biggest disappointments in terms of share price performance last year, as top-line growth proved elusive. With both stocks now bedded down at more attractive valuations, they could yet be the stars of 2017.
Thames Water locks in long-dated funding as equity stake saga takes a new turn Vol 18, Issue 1 (January 2017)
After rolling over a high-coupon bond in December, the company took advantage of a dearth of primary bond supply to top up its coffers ahead of its fiscal year end. Its largest equity-holder is still having problems offloading its 26% stake.
The Serbian capital dumps all its sewage untreated into local rivers. Ten years after failing to get a PPP off the ground, the city is taking a collaborative approach to the problem.