News archive for November 2015


  • Venezuelan oil firm ups desalination to offset drought (3-Nov-2015)
  • LG Chem to supply eight desalination projects (3-Nov-2015)
  • Gulf nations poised for 40% boost to desalination output by 2020 (3-Nov-2015)
  • Microdyn-Nadir and Ovivo target US membrane bioreactor market (3-Nov-2015)
  • Desalitech bags water treatment deal for five power plants (3-Nov-2015)
  • Oman seeks bids for desalination inlets consultation (3-Nov-2015)
  • South Africa's Cape ponders desalination as water crisis grips (10-Nov-2015)
  • Kwazulu-Natal district consults on seawater desalination (10-Nov-2015)
  • Texas town reclaims 4 Ml/d from treatment plant (10-Nov-2015)
  • Trinidad residents struggle as Point Lisas closes for maintenance (10-Nov-2015)
  • Taiwan county seeks central backing for desalination expansion plan (10-Nov-2015)
  • Abu Dhabi rejects more desalination despite growing water stress (10-Nov-2015)
  • Monterey slant well test back in action (18-Nov-2015)
  • PUB picks HSL Constructor for Singapore's third plant (18-Nov-2015)
  • Qatar ups desalination capacity (18-Nov-2015)
  • Veolia signs Kazakhstan deal (18-Nov-2015)
  • LG Chem bags five orders worth US$ 8 million (18-Nov-2015)
  • Monterey desalination project seeks four-year deadline extension (24-Nov-2015)
  • Chile's copper mines will turn to desalination for half their water (24-Nov-2015)
  • Evoqua bags municipal deals worth US$ 20 million (24-Nov-2015)
  • Indian oil firm builds effluent treatment plant to cut freshwater use (24-Nov-2015)
  • Australian island rigs up solar powered desalination (24-Nov-2015)
  • Veolia tops targets in Masdar desalination pilot programme (24-Nov-2015)
  • Boart Longyear wins slant well deal (30-Nov-2015)
  • Singapore's PUB set to adopt power saving desalination by Evoqua (30-Nov-2015)