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08 Jun 2017

Eversource’s $1.68B Water Deal Indicates Renewed Convergence of U.S. Critical Infrastructure

One 2 June 2017, Eversource Energy, New England’s largest energy provider, announced plans to acquire Aquarion Water, the region’s largest private water company for $1.68 billion. The two companie... »

U.S. Investor-Owned Utilities M&A Update, Year-End 2016

More than US$622 million of acquisitions for 56 deals were completed in 2016, pushing the total executed deal value since the start of 2013 to more... »

Market-Based Opportunities for Private Water Players: U.S. Military Service Contracts

Once dominated by a few select players, military service contracts now offer market-based opportunities for private water companies. While investor-owned utilities in the U.S. rely heavily on their c... »

10 Nov 2016

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U.S. Investor-Owned Utilities M&A Update: 2013 – Q3 2016

More than US$448 million of acquisitions for 25 deals have been completed through the first three quarters of this year... »

U.S. Private Water Utilities: Market Trends, Strategies, and Opportunities, 2016

New report analyzing the role of private water utilities in the U.S. market – identifying key trends, evaluating strategies, and assessing opportunities: ... »

American States, IOUs Target Military Water Contracts

On 12 July 2016, American States Utility Services was awarded a US$510 million military services contract with the U.S. Air Force.  Bluefield analyzes impact...... »

U.S. Investor-Owned Utilities Quarterly M&A Update

More than US$384 million of IOU acquisitions across 20 deals have been completed so far in 2016. This year is already on track to surpass 2015 value of deals by more than US$200 million.... »

Private Water Utilities: Global Rankings & Company Strategies

Global Rankings of the top Private Water Utilities: Available for online purchase and immediate download... »



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