Consolidated Water Q2 figures reflect Mexico project costs
10 Aug 16 by desalination
Consolidated Water has reported net income of $2.2 million for the second quarter of 2016, flat year-on-year, on revenues that rose by 6 per cent to $15.4 million.
The performance reflects a 32 per cent rise in general and administrative expenses in the quarter, partly owing to project development costs incurred by Mexican subsidiary NSC Agua.
Revenues from retail water sales were $6.3 million for the quarter, and bulk water sales totalled $7.4 million; both were hit by lower energy costs that reduced the energy component of water charges. Revenues from water services were $1.7 million in the quarter, up from $146,211 in 2015, reflecting the acquisition of 51 per cent of Aerex in February 2016.
Total revenues from the first half of the year were $29.4 million, compared to $29.2 million in 2015.
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