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Is U.S. Private Water Poised for Shakeup at the Top?

21 September 2020
Research Note

On 31 August 2020, Veolia made an unsolicited offer to acquire 29.9% of Engie’s shares of Suez. The offer came in at €15.50 per share—50% over the closing price of Suez on 30 July 2020. The combined entities would surpass US$50 billion in total revenues, of which water-related activities would make up approximately 46.0%.

If accepted, while the implications are global, the private water & wastewater landscapes in North America would undergo a potential facelift at the top of the rankings.

In this new Research Note:

  • U.S. O&M contract market landscape
  • Platform opportunities presenting for outsiders
  • Consolidation of “big water’ firms set to benefit competitors

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