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EMASESA Ratchets Up Central Seville CAPEX

13 September 2016
Research Note

On 17 August 2016, Seville’s 100% publicly-owned water utility Empresa Metropolitana de Abastecimiento y Saneamiento de Aguas de Sevilla, S.A. (EMASESA) confirmed its summer construction schedule for projects totaling €22 million. These projects target several areas of central Seville that include sewage collection network build-out as well as supply network rehabilitation.

The investment total represents a major new phase of network improvement for EMASESA as part of its 2015-2019 capital improvement plan totaling €181 million. EMASESA’s five-year CAPEX plan includes an increased focus on urban resilience through flood management.

emasesa-seville-capital-improvementsIncreased network intelligence forms part of EMASESA’s ongoing upgrades. The utility is also stepping up its network monitoring and data analysis capabilities to reduce non-revenue water.

For more analysis of water infrastructure investment across Spain and the rest of Europe, see Bluefield’s new forecasts (available for online purchase): Europe Municipal Water Infrastructure: Utility Strategies and CAPEX Forecasts, 2016-2025. Follow this link for a complimentary excerpt.

Takeaways

  • Seville resuscitates stalled investments with tight budget
  • Flood management prioritized
  • Increased network intelligence forms part of ongoing upgrades

 


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