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Bluefield’s team of experts are frequently quoted in the news discussing key water market issues. Our experts draw from a wide-breadth data-backed insight services, reports, and a network of industry professionals. Our water market experts are available to speak to members of the press on key water market developments and trends. To speak with a member of our team, or for media copies of our analysis, please contact Steph Aldock at saldock@bluefieldresearch.com.

Press Releases

Operating Expenditures for Water and Wastewater Utilities Approaching $100 Billion per year

Boston, Massachusetts, 18 September 2018: Operating expenditures (OPEX) for water and wastewater utilities continue to climb at a steady clip, according to Bluefield Research’s recent 2018-2027 forecast. Over the last ten...18 Sep 2018

States Request $82B for Water Infrastructure, 25% Increase from Prior Year

Boston, Massachusetts, 29-May-2018: New data shows that project requests to fund water and wastewater infrastructure projects through the EPA administered State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program have increased 25% since last year. For...29 May 2018

Advanced Asset Management Strategies to Drive $41 Billion in Water Utility Savings over Next Decade

Boston, Massachusetts, May 3, 2018: Smarter, more advanced asset management strategies will save water utilities US$41.9 billion in capital expenditures by 2027, according to a new report from Bluefield Research. These savings...03 May 2018

CAPEX Forecast for U.S. Water Infrastructure Improvements: $683B by 2027

Boston, Massachusetts, 3 April 2018– Capital expenditures (CAPEX) for U.S. municipal water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure will exceed $683 billion over the next decade, according to new forecasts from Bluefield...03 Apr 2018

Private Players Position to Capitalize on $728 Billion Municipal Water Sector Opportunity

14 November 2017, Boston, Massachusetts: In the wake of tightening municipal budgets, environmental violations, and aging infrastructure, private players are poised to capitalize on struggling water and wastewater utilities. According to...14 Nov 2017


California H20 Women Conference
(Santa Barbara, November 1-2)

Future of Utilities: Water 2018
(London, November 13-14)

17 Oct 2018 Water Online Interview with Bluefield President Reese Tisdale (WEFTEC)

04 Oct 2018 Blockchains potential to disrupt water supply remains divisive