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March 24, 2013
15:53 EDTWTR, AWK, HEK, VE, XYL, GRCThe natural gas boom could benefit water-treatment companies, Barron's says
Aqua America (WTR), American Water Works (AWK), Heckmann (HEK), Veolia Environment (VE), Xylem (XYL), and Gorman-Rupp (GRC), could all benefit from the boom in Natural Gas, Barron's postulates. Reference Link
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September 2, 2014
05:26 EDTAWKAmerican Water downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo
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August 31, 2014
14:07 EDTXYLVertical Research Partners to hold a conference
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12:54 EDTAWKBarclays to hold a conference
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August 29, 2014
17:37 EDTAWKAmerican Water awarded new contract worth $297M over 50 year period
American Water Works Company announced that its Military Services Group has been awarded a contract for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and the wastewater systems at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ. According to the agreement the award is estimated at a gross amount of approximately $297M over a 50-year period. The contract will be subject to annual economic price adjustments.
August 22, 2014
08:32 EDTWTRAqua America Indiana unit starts two-year operating agreement
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08:31 EDTWTRAqua America unit acquires water system in North Carolina
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August 20, 2014
10:13 EDTXYLXylem wins $19.6M contract
Xylem announced that it has won a contract worth $19.6M to provide custom-made Flygt pumps for the Xayaburi run-of-river hydropower dam. The dam is located on the Mekong River in the town of Xayaburi. The construction of the dam allows water to be kept within the riverís course and minimally raises the water level to allow fish migration between the Upper and Lower Mekong, while providing electricity to about 1M people in Laos and 3M people in Thailand. Construction of the $3.5B hydropower dam began in 2012. Commercial operation is slated to begin in 2019.

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