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  • Mexico project passes permissions hurdle

    Mexico project passes permissions hurdle

    Otay Water District in California, US, has won a presidential permission to build a pipeline across the border with Mexico, clearing an important hurdle for Consolidated Water's proposed Rosarito...

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  • ACWA Power's Padmanathan outlines acquisition plans

    ACWA Power's Padmanathan outlines acquisition plans

    ACWA Power has stated an interest in acquiring parts of Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation when it privatises in 2018, reports The National.

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  • Oman notes shift to RO, as water demand to rise 5 per cent

    Oman notes shift to RO, as water demand to rise 5 per cent

    Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) has published its outlook for power and desalinated water supply to 2023.

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  • Qatar and Sweden plot renewables-fuelled desalination project

    Qatar and Sweden plot renewables-fuelled desalination project

    A renewables-fuelled desalination project aiming to produce water for $1/m3 is to be jointly developed by Qatar and Sweden, reports The Peninsular.

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  • South Africa nuclear plant to install desal unit amid worsening water crisis

    South Africa nuclear plant to install desal unit amid worsening water crisis

    South Africa's electricity utility Eskom is to install a desalination unit at Koeberg Nuclear Power Station, as water shortages in Cape Town hit crisis levels, reports South Africa's News24.com.

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  • Bidding heats up for Atacama desalination project

    Bidding heats up for Atacama desalination project

    Nine consortia of local and international companies are bidding for a desalination plant project in Atacama, Chile, reports Diaro Financiero.

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  • India looks to Israel for water solutions

    India looks to Israel for water solutions

    India and Israel are negotiating an agreement that will result in closer ties between the two countries on desalination and agriculture, reports Hindustan Times.

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  • US grants $23.6 million federal funding for reuse and desal projects

    US grants $23.6 million federal funding for reuse and desal projects

    The US Bureau of Reclamation has handed sums totalling $23.6 million to seven US states to support water reuse and desalination projects.

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  • SWCC secures Sepco to complete Yanbu project

    SWCC secures Sepco to complete Yanbu project

    Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) has secured Sepco III Electric Power and Construction Corp of China to complete phase three of Yanbu power and water project, reports Reuters.

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  • Evoqua acquires Noble Water, as growth plans shape up

    Evoqua acquires Noble Water, as growth plans shape up

    Evoqua is acquiring Noble Water Technologies, a Texas, US-based provider of high purity water equipment, systems and services, service deionisation, and resign regeneration.

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  • Evoqua acquires Nobel Water, as growth plans shape up

    Evoqua acquires Nobel Water, as growth plans shape up

    Evoqua is acquiring Nobel Water Technologies, a Texas, US-based provider of high purity water equipment, systems and services, service deionisation, and resign regeneration.

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  • Black & Veatch wins Mumbai reuse masterplan

    Black & Veatch wins Mumbai reuse masterplan

    Black & Veatch has won a contract for a water reuse masterplan in Mumbai, India.

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  • Emefcy and RWL Water merge to become Fluence

    Emefcy and RWL Water merge to become Fluence

    Emefcy and RWL Water are proposing a merger to create new global water group Fluence Corporation.

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  • ADB steps up financing for Philippines water projects

    ADB steps up financing for Philippines water projects

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has outlined new plans to finance $770 million of water-related projects in the Philippines to 2019, reports Business Mirror.

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  • Malaysia-Bahrain MoU posits integrated waste and water project

    Malaysia-Bahrain MoU posits integrated waste and water project

    Malay engineers Serba Dinamik in consortium with EAG Capital are to conduct a feasibility study for an integrated solid waste management and water desalination plant in Bahrain, reports The Edge...

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  • Sudanese government pledges funds for water projects

    Sudanese government pledges funds for water projects

    Sudan's Ministry of Finance has committed 72.4 million SGD ($10.9 million) for water projects in the state of Red Sea, including four temporary desalination stations, reports Sudan Vision.

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  • Mekorot could sell plants as it looks to restructure

    Mekorot could sell plants as it looks to restructure

    Israel's national water company Mekorot is restructuring and may sell off parts of its portfolio after running into financial difficulty, reports Israeli business publication, TheMarker.

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  • Kenya's Mombasa County poised to issue RFP for desalination project

    Kenya's Mombasa County poised to issue RFP for desalination project

    Mombasa County, Kenya, is to issue a request for proposals for new desalination capacity to five shortlisted companies in May 2017.

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  • View From: GWI Global Water Summit 2017, Madrid

    View From: GWI Global Water Summit 2017, Madrid

    The annual get-together of water business executives and municipal leaders from around the globe was suffused with conversation about change in Madrid 2017.

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  • GE Water and Halvorsen TEC secure offshore sulphate removal deal

    GE Water and Halvorsen TEC secure offshore sulphate removal deal

    GE Water has secured the first order of its seawater sulphate removal technology for the offshore oil and gas industry from Norway's Statoil.

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