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Layne Christensen

Toro Charges into Municipal Water Infrastructure with Charles Machine Works Acquisition

On 15 February 2019, The Toro Company, a U.S. landscaping and irrigation equipment supplier, announced its acquisition of Oklahoma-based Charles Machine Works (CMW) for US$700 million. Within water & wastewater, CMW subsidiaries market a range of open-cut and trenchless... »

Water for Fracking: Forecasts and Trends in Water Management, Q4 2018

The hydraulic fracturing landscape continues to evolve, with water management and related costs playing a more significant role. This Quarterly Insight highlights key trends, transaction details, and ... »

27 Sep 2018

Competitive Landscape in Water: Engineering Procurement & Construction Firm Rankings and Positioning, 2018

Engineering procurement and construction (EPC) firms play a pivotal role in the decision-making processes for municipal water and wastewater utilities. While their expansive capabilities range, these ... »

22 Jun 2017

Midstream Water, Energy’s New Business Model

The rebound of horizontal drilling activity particularly in West Texas, has sparked a wave of midstream water investments and new business models focused on hydraulic fracturing sector’s critical in... »

California Water Update Shows Project Gains

Since 1 April 2015, when California's drought reached a political climax and the governor mandated a 25% cut in water usage for urban utilities, there has been an uptick of new supply-side projects in... »

U.S. Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts, 2015-2025

In-depth report on U.S. Municipal Wastewater and Reuse available for online purchase and immediate download.... »

Water Solutions for Global Mining: Competition, Costs & Demand Outlook, 2014–2019

In-depth report on water solutions for the mining industry -- available for online purchase and immediate download... »



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