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Brazil's Vale forms joint venture with power company Cemig, reduces stake in controversial Amazon dam
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Costain Group Plc exits holding in three joint ventures to UK water firm Severn Trent
UK engineering solutions provider Costain Group Plc exited its minority stake in three joint ventures to publicly traded water utility Severn Trent Plc to raise investment funds and working capital.
Carlyle, KKR advance in the bidding for Transpacific Industries' waste management unit
US-based private equity firms Carlyle Group and KKR & Co and Australian investment firm Archer Capital have advanced in the sale of Transpacific Industries Group's waste management business. The three
Hungary to buy minority stake in Budapest gas supplier
Hungary-based state-owned utility MVM Zrt announced on Tuesday its plan to purchase a minority stake in natural gas supplier Fogaz Zrt in a deal valued at HUF41 billion ($187.4 million).
Ayala takes a part of Mitsubishi's interest in Manila Water
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Hong Kong business magnate Li Ka-Shing's utility trust to raise $5.7 billion in IPO
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Israel's Arad nears deal to acquire majority stake in Mexican water firm
Israeli water meter developer Arad Group is in advanced talks to buy a 50% stake in a Mexican water-measuring company, a Bloomberg report said. The deal is reportedly worth $10 million and is expected
Ireland picks Britain's Centrica-led consortium for €1.2 billion gas utility sale
The government of Ireland has chosen a consortium led by British energy supplier Centrica PLC to acquire the retail unit of its gas utility Bord Gais Energy. Centrica's group will buy the asset for €1
Finland's Fortum agrees on sale of power distribution business to Suomi Power Networks
The largest utility firm in Finland, Fortum Oyj, would be exiting from its power distribution business in Finland to Suomi Power Networks, Bloomberg said in its report.
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