News archive for December 2015


  • Point Lisas back in action (1-Dec-2015)
  • Masdar green desalination competition kicks off (1-Dec-2015)
  • Egypt opts to grow desalination plant (1-Dec-2015)
  • Barbados ponders more desalination to tackle water scarcity (1-Dec-2015)
  • Arizona centre opens to address water scarcity (1-Dec-2015)
  • Veolia Peru wins operation deal for mine desalination (1-Dec-2015)
  • Historic Israel-Jordan water deal scuppered by planners (8-Dec-2015)
  • Global green group seeks to carve carbon emissions out of desalination (8-Dec-2015)
  • Fujairah expansion kicks off (8-Dec-2015)
  • Texas loan boosts Gulf of Mexico project (8-Dec-2015)
  • Don't let climate uncertainty stymie desalination investment says risk expert (15-Dec-2015)
  • Masdar steps up ties with China (15-Dec-2015)
  • US agency picks trio for desalination project pipe deal (15-Dec-2015)
  • Utility piles US$ 330 million into Emirates water projects (15-Dec-2015)
  • Fort forges ahead with reuse project (15-Dec-2015)
  • St Kitts ponders desalination plant to counter dry periods (15-Dec-2015)
  • New York orders desalination standby to be scrapped (21-Dec-2015)
  • Carlsbad opened (21-Dec-2015)
  • Wind damage prompts Sydney desalination critics to renew calls for closure (21-Dec-2015)
  • San Antonio to get brackish desalination in 2016 (21-Dec-2015)
  • Oman's Sur expansion is 70% complete (21-Dec-2015)
  • Dormant plant is on Victoria supply menu (21-Dec-2015)
  • Water Planet wins produced water contracts (28-Dec-2015)
  • Energy Recovery bags deal for giant Chinese desalination plant (28-Dec-2015)
  • California regulators seek less water restriction as Carlsbad kicks in (29-Dec-2015)
  • Wastewater project could save city millions (29-Dec-2015)
  • Doosan Babcock wins maintenance and support deal at giant Taweelah plant (29-Dec-2015)