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Aegion, Big Water Deals on the Menu for Outsiders

St. Louis, Missouri-based Aegion Corporation announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by private equity firm New Mountain Capital. The US$963 million deal is expected to close in the ... »

06 Aug 2017

Landis+Gyr Steps from Toshiba Shadow, Into Water

Landis+Gyr, the Switzerland-based manufacturer of electricity and gas meters and provider of AMI, has launched an IPO, raising needed liquidity for its financially-stressed parent company... »

Smart Water Meters in Europe: Utility Strategies Drive Adoption, 2016-2020

Market insight analyzing utility strategies to drive smart water meter adoption. Available for purchase and immediate download European water utilities are deploying new strategies to become more ef... »

EMASESA Ratchets Up Central Seville CAPEX

On 17 August 2016, Seville’s 100% publicly-owned water utility confirmed its summer construction schedule for projects totaling €22 million. The investment total... »

Xylem Senses Smart Water Growth Opportunity

Water technology and solutions provider Xylem announced a US$1.7 billion cash deal to acquire Sensus USA. Sensus supplies metering equipment, network technologies, and advanced data analytics solutions... »

U.S. Smart Water Landscape Taking on New Look

Five hardware companies dominate the U.S. water landscape, but larger, diversified companies are entering the fray.... »



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Water Stress Undermines Global Supply Chains

06 Apr 2021 • The Water Values
Start Up to Publicly Traded & the State of Water Technology with Xylem’s Christine Boyle

07 Apr 2021 With $1.6 trillion forecasted for total expenditures by end of decade, water utility operations face significant disruption

05 Apr 2021 With $1.6 Trillion Forecasted for Total Expenditures by End of Decade, Water Utility Operations Face Significant Disruption