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Global Investment Trends and Opportunities in Water

This Analyst Presentation was presented in webinar format by Bluefield’s team to address how will opportunities in the market shift post-COVID shock? Bluefield’s Insight Service clients receive full access to the... »

Industrial Water: Trends, Deals, and Policy in Water Management Q2, 2020

This new Quarterly Insight highlights key trends, transaction details, and competitive shifts influencing industrial water management. Included is a brief overview of select companies outlining their current and ... »

U.S. Breweries: Water & Wastewater Trends and Forecasts

Over the last five years, breweries in the U.S.—large, midsize, regional, and small—have scaled significantly on the heels of urban demand for craft beer. The thrust of this activity has been driven by the smaller end of the facility spectrum. ... »

Industrial Water: Trends, Deals, and Policy in Water Management, Q1 2020

The U.S. industrial water landscape is highly siloed across 20 industrial verticals analyzed by Bluefield Research. This Quarterly Insight highlights key trends, transaction details, and competitive shifts influencing industrial water management.... »

Assessing the U.S. Addressable Market: Nutrient Removal

Nutrient contamination of the U.S. waterways is a growing concern, contributing to an explosion of algal blooms that impact drinking water supplies, recreational water activities, and ecosystem health.... »

Industrial Water Garners Attention in SUEZ 2030

On 2 October 2019, Suez announced SUEZ 2030, a strategic initiative to restructure the business and deliver results as soon as 2021. Compelled by activist investor... »

Industrial Water: Trends, Deals, and Policy in Water Management, Q4 2019

The U.S. industrial water landscape is highly siloed across 20 industrial verticals analyzed by Bluefield Research. This quarterly insight highlights key trends, transaction details, and competitive shifts influencing industrial water management.... »

Midstream Water Management: U.S. Hydraulic Fracturing Strategies, Solutions, & Outlook, 2019-2028

The US$17 billion per year water-for-hydraulic fracking landscape in the U.S. continues its evolution, shaped by the mercurial oil & gas markets and geopolitical forces influencing production and water management strategies. ... »

A New DuPont Strengthens Water, Membrane Position

On 3 October 2019, DuPont announced the acquisition of the Evoqua Water Technologies’ MEMCOR® business line. Memcor is a vertically integrated membrane supplier to the municipal and industrial markets... »

U.S. Municipal Water: Key Trends, Policy Activity, and Market Outlook, Q4 2019

The U.S. municipal water sector accounts for approximately US$110 billion in public spend annually, when considering both the capital and operating expenditures. As municipalities, regulators, and vendors seek opportunities in an extremely mature sector,... »

Evoqua Hangs its Hat on Industrial Water

On 8 October 2019, Evoqua Water Technologies announced a majority investment in San Diego-based Frontier Water Systems, LLC. The privately held Frontier provides engineered equipment packages for treatment and removal of selenium, nitrate, and other metals from complex industrial streams.... »

Pentair Water Strategy Breakdown: Remaking Itself Into a Pure-Play Water Company

Pentair has changed into a completely new business, focusing exclusively on the water sector. In doing so, it has also refocused efforts on becoming a market leader in commercial and residential water treatment. As a pure-play, ... »

Danaher Water Strategy Breakdown: Building a Leading Water Business

With more than 30 operating companies, 67,000 employees and US$19.9 billion in 2018 total revenues, Washington, D.C.-based Danaher Corporation has built-up its role in the municipal and industrial water sectors...... »

Nutrient Treatment Evolves with New Regulations

Advanced utility solutions for nutrient pollution impacting U.S. waterways are finding traction in new project developments, such as Missouri American’s Lake Carmel project. This activity is being driven by new regulations... »

U.S. Municipal Water: Key Trends, Policy Activity, and Market Outlook, Q1 2019

The U.S. municipal water sector accounts for over US$108 billion in public spend annually, when considering both the capital and operating expenditures. As municipalities, regulators and vendors seek opportunities in an extremely mature sector, Bluefield team of water experts... »

Veolia Water Strategy: Breaking Down Global Market Positions

Veolia is the largest water company by revenues, globally. The Paris-based company has a long track record in providing water, wastewater, and stormwater solutions, including municipal service concessions, operations and maintenance contracts, and industrial water management services.... »

Kurita Takes Bigger Step in U.S. Water Strategy

On 8 February 2019, Japan-based Kurita Water Industries announced an agreement to acquire Minnesota-based U.S. Water Services from its parent company, Allete Inc., for US$270 million... »

Digital Water: Key Trends, Project Activity, and Market Outlook, 2018 Year in Review

Overall, 2018 was a strong year for digital water, with growing interest among municipal water utilities seeking to engage in data-driven technologies and solutions. This quarterly insight highlights key trends in policy, project development, M&A, and venture funding activity in digital water, globally. ... »



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