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  • AquaVenture cuts loss, as top line grows

    AquaVenture cuts loss, as top line grows

    US-based water company AquaVenture has reported revenue growth of 14 per cent to $114 million in year ended 31 December 2016.

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  • Suez moves to refinance GE Water acquisition

    Suez moves to refinance GE Water acquisition

    Suez has priced an offering of €1.2 billion ($1.3 billion) senior unsecured notes, in the first step of refinancing the acquisition of GE Water & Process Technologies.

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  • Jordan and Saudi join forces for atomic-fuelled desalination

    Jordan and Saudi join forces for atomic-fuelled desalination

    Saudi Arabia and Jordan have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a feasibility study on two nuclear reactors in Jordan, to generate electricity and for desalination, reports Zawya.

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  • Xylem and DC Water team up on smart water R&D

    Xylem and DC Water team up on smart water R&D

    Xylem and the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water), Maryland, US, have signed an MoU on research and development in smart water infrastructure and advanced data analytics.

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  • ACWA Power sells stake in Shuqaiq IWPP, Saudi Arabia

    ACWA Power sells stake in Shuqaiq IWPP, Saudi Arabia

    ACWA Power has sold an effective 8 per cent stake in Shuqaiq Independent Water & Power Project (IWPP), Saudi Arabia, to Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a regional development bank.

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  • Best of World Water Day 2017

    Best of World Water Day 2017

    Water. desalination + reuse rounds up the social projects, scientific discoveries, prize launches, and other initiatives from the desal and reuse community on World Water Day, 22 March 2017.

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  • Saudi's SWCC moves ahead with privatisation plans

    Saudi's SWCC moves ahead with privatisation plans

    Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) of Saudi Arabia is today (22 March 2017) taking final proposals for two mega desalination plants, in Yanbu and Shuqaiq, reports MEED.

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  • Rosarito Beach project faces uncertain future

    Rosarito Beach project faces uncertain future

    Consolidated Water's proposed mega-project in Baja California, Mexico, faces an uncertain future owing to "significant macroeconomic changes" since the US presidential election of November 2016.

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  • Kuwait Fund boosts loan for desal project at Eastern Port Said, Egypt

    Kuwait Fund boosts loan for desal project at Eastern Port Said, Egypt

    The Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) is to provide a further KDW 18.5 million ($61 million) in funding for a 150,000 m3/d seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant in Eastern...

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  • GS Inima and Veolia among six to prequalify for Oman project

    GS Inima and Veolia among six to prequalify for Oman project

    GS Inima and Veolia Middle East are among six entities shortlisted for a desalination plant project in Khasab, Oman, reports Times of Oman.

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  • Top five facts about the Suez-GE Water deal

    Top five facts about the Suez-GE Water deal

    Suez's audacious move to outbid all comers to acquire GE Water introduces a new dynamic to global desalination and reuse markets. What do people think of the deal?

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  • Japan firms to supply desalination expertise to Saudi Arabia

    Japan firms to supply desalination expertise to Saudi Arabia

    Several Japanese companies have signed up to provide desalination technology and commercialisation expertise to Saudi Arabia, reports Asian Review.

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  • RWL Water completes acquisition of Brazil's Acquavit

    RWL Water completes acquisition of Brazil's Acquavit

    RWL Water has completed the acquisition of Acquavit, a water and wastewater treatment company based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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  • Hyflux sells stake in China business for $126.5 million

    Hyflux sells stake in China business for $126.5 million

    Hyflux has completed the sale of its 50 per cent stake in Galaxy NewSpring, a joint venture that it formed with Yunnan Water, of Hong Kong, in 2010.

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  • Grundfos gains outpace global pumps market

    Grundfos gains outpace global pumps market

    Pumps manufacturer Grundfos has reported organic sales growth of 0.5 per cent for 2016, helped by a strong second half.

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  • Suez acquires GE Water for Euro 3.2 billion

    Suez acquires GE Water for Euro 3.2 billion

    Suez and Canada's CDPQ (Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec) are to buy GE Water & Process Technologies for Euro 3.2 billion ($3.37 billion) in cash.

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  • AquaSure breathes sigh of relief as VDP fault is fixed

    AquaSure breathes sigh of relief as VDP fault is fixed

    AquaSure has fixed a fault at the Victorian Desalination Plant (VDP) which threatened to prevent it from fulfilling its first water order of 50 gigalitres by 30 June 2017.

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  • Spanish firms visit Egypt on project-led trade mission

    Spanish firms visit Egypt on project-led trade mission

    Desalination was on the agenda at the Egypt-Spain Multilateral Partnership 2017 Forum, held in Cairo, 6 to 7 March 2017.

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  • IDE India to deliver desalinated water to proposed new city

    IDE India to deliver desalinated water to proposed new city

    Karnataka State, Southwest India, is proposing to build four new desalination plants with IDE Technology India and Indian firm Vagas, as part of a project to build new city Kolar Gold Fields,...

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  • Qatar's first big seawater RO plant is nearly complete

    Qatar's first big seawater RO plant is nearly complete

    The first large scale seawater RO plant in Qatar, Ras Abu Fontas A3, is to complete by the end of March 2017, reports Gulf Times.

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