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American Water Reiterates Growth Strategy

27 May 2014
Research Note

American Water Works Corporation reported relatively stable first quarter earnings on 7 May 2014, with revenue climbing 7.2% to US$681.9 million. It reaffirmed its status as the largest investor-owned water utility in the US, present in 35 states, with the acquisition of three water systems in Indiana and Missouri– along with a pipeline of five other deals in California, Illinois and New York.

Takeaways

  • Steady flow of tuck-in acquisitions sustains leading position
  • Investments needed in US wastewater capacity offer new growth
  • Water IOUs target military installations as strategic growth opportunity

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