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U.S. Private Water Utilities: Drivers, Competitive Landscape and Acquisition Trends, 2019


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The U.S. municipal water landscape is undergoing a transformation as critical infrastructure services—water, gas, and electricity—converge under single investor-owned utility banners. This trend is highlighted by the growing roster of diversified infrastructure service providers owning water and wastewater utilities in the U.S.

This new report provides in-depth analysis of investor-owned water utility strategies and of 517 water and wastewater system acquisitions from 2015 through 2018, including Eversource Energy’s US$1.68 billion for Aquarion Water, NW Natural’s roll-up of smaller systems in the Pacific Northwest, and Aqua America’s US$4.3 billion acquisition of People Gas.

Report sections include:

  1. Overarching Drivers for Private Investment in Water
  2. M&A Activity, Trends and Breakdown
  3. Mapping the Competitive Landscape
  4. Company Profiles Front-running IOUs, Regional IOUs, and Diversified Infrastructure Players)

Download the complete Table of Contents and List of Exhibits on the right hand side or email us at waterexperts@bluefieldresearch.com for sample pages.

Focus Report details:

  • 58-page PDF Report
  • Company Market Share and Positioning
  • 500+ Mergers & Acquisitions
  • In-depth IOU Profiles
  • State-by-State Policy Drivers
  • IOU Market-based Activities
  • State Rankings by market size, policy landscape, approval process, M&A activity and competitive landscape.

 


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