Corpesca in Arica, Chile awards water supply contract for high quality industrial process water.

Seven Seas Water expands into the British Virgin Islands by acquiring the desalination plant in Paraquita Bay, Tortola.

“As we begin operations in the British Virgin Islands, we believe that our expertise in offering Water-as-a-Service® will greatly contribute towards the Government’s long-term water plans. We have had great success as the principal provider of potable water in the US Virgin Islands and St. Maarten for several years, and we are confident in our ability to provide the same level of service to our neighbors in the British Virgin Islands.”

Doug Brown, Chairman and CEO

Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago awards an expansion to the desalination plant in Point Fortin.

AquaVenture Holdings and Quench announce merger and $50 million capital raise to fund growth.

“We are thrilled to welcome Quench to the AquaVenture family. Like Seven Seas Water, Quench generates predictable recurring revenue by providing advanced drinking water solutions to customers. Our investors are strong supporters of our strategy to become the global leader in providing ‘Water-as-a-Service®,’ and joining forces with Quench moves us significantly closer to that goal.”

Doug Brown, Chairman and CEO

St. Maarten N.V. GEBE awards one million gallons per day seawater desalination water supply contract.

“Since June 2007 when the contract started, Seven Seas Water has performed in accordance to the contract terms and has assisted the Government in meeting its drinking water production and quality objectives for the benefit of the population of Sint Maarten.”

Cornelius de Weever, Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor.

Seven Seas Water opens office in Santiago, Chile

Renewed the Bahama desalination contract with Sandals Emerald Bay.

Curacao Refining Utilities awards fast-track Phase 5 desalination plant expansion.

Curacao Refining Utilities awards fast-track Phase 4 desalination plant expansion.

US Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (WAPA) awards contract to supply ultrapure process water for their power stations in USVI St. Croix and St. Thomas.