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Future of Water

Bluefield’s new podcast series breaks down the biggest and smallest events signaling change and opportunity across the water landscape. The Future of Water is where we talk about all the ways in which companies, utilities, and people are addressing the challenges and opportunities in water.

This is our chance to call out, question, and think about what is disrupting the water industry. Whether it’s municipal or industrial, vendor or utility, local, state or even globally focused, Bluefield’s podcast is a source for critical insights. Bluefield’s team of water experts discuss a variety of topics impacting the future of water.

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Water Stress Undermines Global Supply Chains with Cullen Mitchell Episode #24 — 06 April 2021

Water touches almost every product, so it's worth considering it as a critical input to every strategic supply chain decision. Climate issues continue to ripple through global industrial supply chains - from Texas to Taiwan. The combination of COVID-... »

World Water Day with John Berryman Episode #23 — 23 March 2021

In honor of World Water Day (March 22), this episode is dedicated to raising awareness of the value of water.  We took this opportunity to have a conversation to call your attention to water, what it means to you, how society can better protect this... »

Special Episode: Big Acquisitions in Water Are a Big Deal with Keith Hays Episode #21 — 09 March 2021

In response to three recent billion-dollar water deals, Bluefield is releasing a special episode of The Future of Water—to help our listeners break down what this growing interest in water means. Bluefield's Reese Tisdale and Keith Hays discuss ... »

Is Texas Water Crisis a Harbinger of Climate Risk? with Erin Bonney Casey Episode #22 — 09 March 2021

This discussion delves into the water crisis in Texas, climate, and what climatic events could mean for sustainable water management going forward. Over the last two weeks, Texas has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. More than 14 million pe... »

Digging into the Aegion/New Mountain Megadeal with Mariel Marchand Episode #20 — 23 February 2021

Digging into the water sector's latest megadeal between Aegion and New Mountain Capital. Aegion Corporation, a provider of infrastructure maintenance, rehabilitation, and protection solutions announced that it has accepted an offer to be acquired by ... »

Will a Biden Administration Really Impact Water Sector Investment? with Erin Bonney Casey, Cullen Mitchell Episode #19 — 09 February 2021

Out of the gates the new president, emboldened by a slim majority in the Senate and House of Representatives, has begun laying out a roadmap for change in infrastructure investment and environmental policy. The Biden administration has touched upon c... »

Are Municipalities Benefitting from Fair Market Value Legislation? with Mariel Marchand Episode #18 — 26 January 2021

On average, Bluefield’s team of water experts tracks more than 125 utility acquisitions per year. Reese Tisdale talks to Bluefield Analyst Mariel Marchand about utility acquisitions and the impact of Fair Market Value policies and legislation on M&... »

New Year Episode: Biggest Headlines, Challenges, and Trends Influencing Global Water with Erin Bonney Casey, Eric Bindler Episode #17 — 10 January 2021

In Bluefield's first podcast of the year, Reese Tisdale, Eric Bindler, and Erin Bonney Casey reflect on some of last year's biggest water headlines, discuss future challenges, and identify top trends influencing global water markets. While 2020 was u... »

Water for Power: The Remaking of the Electricity Landscape and its Impact on Water with Cullen Mitchell Episode #16 — 21 December 2020

Reese Tisdale and Bluefield Analyst Cullen Mitchell discuss the impacts of a changing energy landscape and its impact on water management. Over the last decade, the advent of shale oil & gas exploration, renewables, and battery power have upended... »

Are Homes Getting Smarter with Real-time Water Management? with Eric Bindler Episode #15 — 07 December 2020

Reese Tisdale and Eric Bindler talk about the future of water management within the home. Newly announced strategic partnerships between Moen subsidiary Flo and Lennar signal growing potential for the niche market. Prior to the pandemic, the resi... »

With $1.6 trillion forecasted for total expenditures by end of decade, water utility operations face significant disruption… #OPEX #MunicipalWater

06 Apr 2021 • Future of Water
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