The former Fluence Corp. CEO will have to steady the ship at Seven Seas Water following recent leadership departures, while delivering on the growth ambitions of Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners.
Read the full article in Global Water Intelligence Magazine: Vol 22, Issue 10.
Last week, in a move that caught most observers by surprise, the city of Alice selected Florida-based Seven Seas Water as its preferred bidder for a 3 MGD (11,355 m3/d), four-train brackish groundwater RO system that is to be delivered under a 15-year build-own-operate-transfer (BOOT) contract.
Read more in this week’s Water Desalination Report.
The carve-out of AquaVenture’s Seven Seas Water business allows the desalination and wastewater treatment company to chart its own course as a stand-alone private entity. It has the deep pockets of Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners at its disposal.
The Summer issue of IDA Global Connections shines the spotlight on two of IDA’s flagship events: the upcoming 2019 IDA World Congress, which takes place in Dubai on October 20-24, and our recently held Action4Good International Conference. Both events demonstrate IDA’s longstanding commitment to providing a world-class platform for sharing ideas, increasing knowledge and bringing together members of the global advanced water treatment industry to lead efforts to create sustainable water resources now and in the future. Also, you will find numerous articles highlighting insights from experts in our community.
AquaVenture Holdings is pleased to announce that we are a Shortlisted Nominee for Water Company of the Year at the Global Water Awards. The winner will be announced April 9th at the Global Water Summit in London.
PHILIPSBURG:— The Sundial school has become one of the first recipients of donations made by Seven Seas Water (St. Maarten) in 2019. Seven Seas Water’s Managing Director, Franklyn Richards recently presented a cheque to the school for its annual breakfast program. The program targets students whom are known to come to school on an empty stomach.
Accepting the donation, on behalf of the school were Mrs. Mireya Regales-Peterson, Sundial school director and two of the school’s students.
With the assistance of businesses such as Seven Seas Water, Sundial School is confident that a difference can be made in the lives of students in need. For many households the situation has only become a bit more challenging, ever since the passing of hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, says Seven Seas Water’s director Richards.
“This is not the first time Seven Seas Water has been able to assist Sundial in its pursuit to positively influence the lives of young people in need. As such, it’s a distinct privilege for our company to support Sundial school for a good cause, once more”, says Richards.
He added that Seven Seas Water continues a tradition, whereby the company is ready to assist institutions in projects which serve to facilitate the learning process for young St. Martiners, who at times need just that additional help to allow them to reach their full potential.
March 22nd is World Water Day and AquaVenture is helping to work toward a cleaner water future. The “Water-As-A-Service” public company has clean water solutions at the center of its business model. Watch this interview on Cheddar.com with AquaVenture Holdings CEO Doug Brown as he discusses Fixing the Future of Water.
Inside the ICE House! Check out this 35-minute showcase interview with Doug Brown, CEO of Seven Seas Water and of our parent company AquaVenture Holdings, for a true conversation around the water cooler. Mr. Brown joins the podcast on World Water Day to geek out on all things H2O, from crises facing California, Cape Town and Flint, to new purification technologies that could render the five-gallon jug obsolete and allow us to reuse all of the water that flows through our tap.
AquaVenture through its subsidiaries, Seven Seas and Quench, is taking a two-prong approach to meet the water challenges of today and the future.
The AquaVenture Holdings team of Seven Seas Water and Quench celebrated World Water Day at the NYSE closing ceremony on Wednesday. AVH Chairman and CEO Douglas Brown had the honor of ringing the closing bell and AVH President Anthony Ibarguen pounded the gavel to end the trading day. Happy World Water Day!
It develops and operates plants that desalinate sea water, reducing the cost of mining operations. Its CEO, Doug Brown, is in Chile to explain the many benefits of this successful business model.
Source: la Segunda, Wednesday April 5, 2017 – Chile is a mining country par excellence and copper is its main exportable resource. But mining companies are not able to manufacture millions of tons of red metal a year if they do not have significant amounts of water, an element that represents high cost for their processes, which has forced them to look for savings formulas, since many of these companies must build their own plants, with the consequent expense for their operation. Thus, outsourcing solutions in water issues arise, transferring the design, construction, financing and operation to specialized external companies. Continue