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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.... »

Ostara Acquires Multiform, Signalling Industrial Nutrient Recovery Opportunity

On 3 January 2019, Ostara Nutrient Recovery announced the acquisition of Multiform Harvest. Based in Seattle, Washington, Multiform’s technology is designed to recover phosphorus from industrial wastewater streams... »

Saur Deal Channels EQT Digital Water Strategy

On 3 December 2018, Stockholm, Sweden- based private equity firm EQT Partners closed the acquisition of Saur Group, a French water and wastewater utility service provider.... »

19 Nov 2018

The U.S. Water Conference Landscape: Focus, Themes, and Corporate Influencers, 2018

Bluefield Research has embarked upon analysis of 2,649 conference proceedings at eleven regional and national conferences in 2018 to identify key influencers, both corporate and people. Prepare your 2019 events plan with this relevant water market analysis.... »

Venture and Growth Capital: Transactions & Trends in Digital Water, 2009-2018

Venture capital continues to emerge as a key financing mechanism to accelerate growth, particularly as academic spin-offs and new market entrants seek to scale in a mature water sector. In recent year... »

Public-Private Partnerships in Infrastructure – Latin America

This Market Insight covers the policies and economics of PPPs in Latin America.  Bluefield provides an in-depth view of the PPP landscape in each country, with particular focus on the largest markets including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico.... »

SUEZ Water Strategy Breakdown: Integrating its Portfolio of Industrial Solutions

This Company Insight provides an in-depth look at Suez's finances, recent acquisitions, and positioning in the global water market amongst its peers.... »

Evoqua Strategy Breakdown: Rebuilding a Water Solutions Portfolio

Evoqua holds a strong position as a water pure-play, particularly in U.S. industrial markets. The company has restructured internally, expanding its portfolio of solutions and products via M&A, and launched an initial public offering (IPO).... »

American Water’s Retreat from Municipal O&M Signals Caution for Outsourcing Strategies

On 9 July 2018, U.S.-based investor-owned utility (IOU) American Water Works Company, Inc. announced the sale of 23 of its 33 active operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts to Veolia North Amer... »

Xylem Smart Water Strategy Breakdown: The Creation of a Market Leading Portfolio

Xylem eyes nascent developments around smart infrastructure and data analytics as key catalysts for future growth opportunities in water. Since 2015, Xylem has made a series of strategic acquisitions in smart water, recasting itself as a diversified water infrastructure technology and services company.... »

Intel Chips in with Water Reuse

On 23 April 2018, Intel Corporation highlighted its ensuing completion of a US$25 million water recycling facility at its Ronler Acres manufacturing location in Hillsboro, Oregon. Initially announced ... »

Suez Seeks Efficiencies with Onsite Reuse in NY

On 28 February 2018, Suez announced the construction of a water recycling system at the Nassau County Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant in New York State. The project is designed to recycle wa... »

Outsourcing O&M for Water & Wastewater Utilities: Contracts, Competitive Landscape, and Trends

Companies across the water sector value chain are leveraging their positions to build a presence in water and wastewater utility O&M operations. Third-party, private firms in the U.S. currently o... »

U.S. Municipal Water Reuse: Opportunities, Outlook, & Competitive Landscape 2017-2027

The need to secure future water supplies, in the face of increasing demand and uncertain water availability, is driving adoption of water reuse. Bluefield forecasts municipal water reuse systems will ... »

Evoqua Takes Aim at Water Industry Leaders

On 18 July 2017, Evoqua submitted plans for an initial public offering (IPO). In parallel, the company also reported considering M&A as an option. The movement marks Evoqua’s latest strategic ef... »



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