Global Water: Key Trends, Policy Activity, Market Outlook, Q4 2022

1 Nov 2022
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A new normal lies before global water markets in which capital for infrastructure investment is more expensive; as such, soaring energy prices are impacting utility operations and equipment supply chains. Further revenue shortfalls for urban utilities are looming with continued emigration to the suburbs and smaller cities. While several of the underlying issues can optimistically be considered one-off events that will subside with time, the threats from climate change and workforce disruption will continue to be realized in the long-term. 

In this Quarterly Review:

  • Bluefield takeaways
  • Corporate activity, M&A
  • Global market activity

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