News related to 'GE forms salt-extraction consortium in Australia'
Australia | Australia | Coal Seam Gas | Corporate | Desalination | Oil & Gas | Recycling | Wastewater Reuse | Wastewater Treatment | Water Treatment
You can also click on a keyword to see more stories on that particular topic
Water Corporation customers want desalination as first choice for drinking water
The Water Corporation of Western Australia has found that desalination tops the list as the preferred source for new drinking water for all four of its customer groups.
South Australia Water kicks off public consultation on desalination plant
South Australia Water (SA Water) has kicked off a public consultation on an $80 million desalination plant project at Sleaford Bay on the Eyre Peninsula.
Kenya's a contender for IDA 2021 World Congress
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has shortlisted Mombasa, Kenya, among four finalists to host its 2021 World Congress, reports The Star.
Five Minutes With: Rod Naylor, GHD market leader for water, Australia
Rod Naylor is to join GHD as market leader for water in Australia, where the firm has worked on all the big six desalination plants
Water Corporation begins feasibility studies for new desalination plant
The Water Corporation of Western Australia is poised to begin feasibility studies for a seawater desalination plant off the coast of Alkimos, north of Perth.
Australia's demand for desalination jumps amid drought
The demand for desalinated water is intensifying across eastern Australia as drought and extreme dry weather bite.
Sydney Desalination Plant an option in flood mitigation debate
Australia's opposition spokesman for water Chris Minns has floated a proposal to re-start Sydney Desalination Plant as an alternative to a contentious flood mitigation scheme, reports Blue Mountains Gazette.
Mitsui & ACS source finance for Spence copper mine project
Mitsui & Co and ACS Group have secured $560 million in financing for the Spence copper mine desalination plant project in northern Chile, reports Latin Finance.
Sunshine Coast, Australia, to assess potential for a desalination plant
Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, is expected to need a new, bulk source of water by 2040 that could be supplied by desalination, reports Sunshine Coast Daily.
Top 20 water-stressed countries with solar potential
The World Resources Institute (WRI) has named the world's top 20 most water-stressed countries which have the most solar energy potential.
Veolia Water Tech to deliver RO reuse plant for gold mine
Veolia Water Technologies has won a contract to design and supply a reverse osmosis (RO) plant enabling process water reuse at Fosterville Gold Mine in Victoria, Australia.
WorleyParsons acquires Jacobs' energy, chemicals, and resources division
Australia's WorleyParsons is purchasing the energy, chemicals, and resources (ECR) division of Jacobs in the US for $3.3 billion, comprising $2.6 billion in cash and 58.2 million WorleyParsons shares.
IFM Investors snaps up 49 per cent of FCC Aqualia
Australian fund manager IFM Investors is to acquire 49 per cent of Spanish water company FCC Aqualia for €1,024 million ($1,258 million).
Gujarat, India, unveils reuse policy amid worsening water crisis
Gujarat State, India, has unveiled a new policy for water reuse amid a deepening water crisis in the region.
Suez and Middle East plants top 2018 Global Water Awards
Suez has scooped the Desalination Company of the Year Award, and Middle East facilities topped the desal plant categories at this year's Global Water Awards from Global Water Intelligence (GWI).
Aqualia joins Majis in Port of Sohar joint venture
Aqualia of Spain, and Oman state-owned Majis Industrial Services, have formed new joint venture Oman Sustainable Water Services (OSWS), to operate the hydraulics at Port of Sohar for 20 years.
Five Minutes With: Saravanan Padmanaban, Inge sales manager for the Indian subcontinent
Better regulation would support India's water sector, says Inge's new sales manager for the Indian subcontinent, Saravanan Padmanaban.
IDA unveils lineup of speakers for water reuse conference
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has secured a stellar lineup of keynote speakers for its International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling 2018, led by Spain's secretary of state for the environment, Maria Garcia Rodriguez.
IDE to pilot two new water treatment technologies in California, US
IDE Technologies is to pilot two new technologies in California, US, including reverse osmosis for water reuse, and a membrane cleaning process that reduces chemical usage.
Aquarion forms new products unit as part of global leadership bid
Aquarion Group has established new division Aquarion products to market its products and equipment direct to end-user clients and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).