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NIO and other companies of the Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux group work together to provide customers with services that include raw water clarification, waste water treatment, total chemical management and waste management.
Albert Frere, Audiofina's main investor, recently sold his 25 percent stake in TPS to Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, reportedly because he no longer believes in the feasibility of TPS.
According to Mark, Enron will gain operating expertise in water, along with the size and scope to compete in the international market that is currently dominated by Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux SA and Vivendi SA, both based in France.
The company likely to lead the charge into Mexican water will be giant French utility Ondeo, formerly Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux. It has had a presence in Mexico for a half-century and has pumped $300 million into municipal water projects over the last five years, a figure now likely to be dwarfed by its Promagua contracts.
Vivendi and Anglian Water, which offered 6.1 billion Crowns (Euro 174 million) for the 66% stake in PVK, beat off challenges from the Euro-American group International Water and United Utilities, and the French company Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux. PVK has a contract with the City of Prague until 2013, serving a population of some 1.4 million inhabitants.
Tractebel Engineering is one of the three operational industrial and energy services divisions of the Tractebel energy group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux.
Mr Hawkins also flagged up Franco-Belgian utility and communications group Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux and German group E.ON, formed by this year's merger of VEBA and VIAG, as possible predators.
France's Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux and M6 signed an agreement in late February to buy out Luxembourg-based CLT-UFA's share of the digital satellite venture TPS.
Enersur is a wholly owned subsidiary of Belgian company Tractebel, the world's third-largest independent power producer and part of the larger French power conglomerate Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux. "Producing power from coal in Peru-basically a hydro country--means taking a risk, but Tractebel has assumed that," says Huys.
The facility is owned by the Abu Dhabi electricity and water authority and operated by the Franco-Belgian petroleum group TotalFinaElf and the Belgian Tractebel group, a subsidiary of Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux. Babcock Borsig Power has a worldwide workforce of 11,000 and an annual turnover of Euro 2.05 billion.