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WATR Water Intelligence Plc

417.50
0.00 (0.00%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Water Intelligence Plc LSE:WATR London Ordinary Share GB00BZ973D04 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 417.50 415.00 420.00 420.00 417.50 417.50 5,153 12:12:16
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Cmp Processing,data Prep Svc 71.33M 3.67M 0.2112 19.77 72.47M
Water Intelligence Plc is listed in the Cmp Processing,data Prep Svc sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WATR. The last closing price for Water Intelligence was 417.50p. Over the last year, Water Intelligence shares have traded in a share price range of 312.00p to 447.50p.

Water Intelligence currently has 17,358,688 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Water Intelligence is £72.47 million. Water Intelligence has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 19.77.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2023
10:57
Priced for growth since it seems to have very good prospects in an industry with potential and growth in revenue looks very good.

I'm not adding to my very small holding yet.

this_is_me
21/6/2023
10:14
Real P/E stripped of all adjustments looks horribly high (imo)
pugugly
21/6/2023
10:09
Read it again

The Group continues to strengthen its multinational presence through its UK-based WII subsidiary. WII focuses largely on municipal solutions while maintaining core residential and commercial offerings. In the UK, WII executes municipal work for all major utilities and residential and commercial projects through its Wat-er-Save subsidiary. In this way, WII has multinational operating scope by managing corporate locations established in Australia and Ontario, Canada after ALD franchisee reacquisitions.

tiger60
21/6/2023
09:09
My quick read detected no mention of UK even though quoted on AIM. With 20% of potable water lost to leaks in some areas surely means there’s potential here, especially when water companies are fined on a rising scale on the amount of leakage.
(Sorry, I forgot that depends on politicians taking action, and is most unlikely.)
Still, dollar earnings are useful in any portfolio.

Doze

dozey3
21/6/2023
07:14
All looking good.
bennywin
22/5/2023
09:27
Yeeks , am I’m being savaged by team sheep.
bennywin
22/5/2023
09:22
sarky, we could baptise him HILL2
the grumpy old men
22/5/2023
09:17
beeny obviously you are a child that posts unhelpful info

Thank goodness you rarely post

sarkasm
22/5/2023
09:15
Hurry up, you will be late for play school.
bennywin
22/5/2023
08:48
MINOR PRESENCE CURRENTLY IN UK,AUSTRALIA AND CANADA

Thats to say things will not change

USA MARKET IS APPROX 86pc

Rather than being a negative critic,how about some worthwhile information benny

sarkasm
22/5/2023
08:37
Dozey321 May '23 - 18:06 - 939 of 944
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Have WATR any activities at all in the Uk? One would think there were huge opportunities with our outdated and decaying networks. I have read that 15% of water is lost to leakage in some regions. Is this not an opportunity for professional detection and remediation services?
Perhaps I have missed something

bennywin
22/5/2023
08:34
we know they have a UK presence but the main turnover is currently outside the UK
sarkasm
22/5/2023
08:23
If pointing out that they actually do have a UK presence , when investors are blissfully unaware of that fact is of no use, then I despair.

Seems you are beyond help .

bennywin
22/5/2023
07:52
LETS HOPE YOU STAY ON THE OTHER THREAD

AS YOU BRING NOTHING OF USE

sarkasm
22/5/2023
07:47
I can’t believe you don’t research your investments properly.

Here’s a helping hand.


www.wi.international/contact

bennywin
21/5/2023
18:13
Good point Dozey

Its seems At present mainly USA

All i can say is

WATCH THIS SPACE

ariane
21/5/2023
18:06
Have WATR any activities at all in the Uk? One would think there were huge opportunities with our outdated and decaying networks. I have read that 15% of water is lost to leakage in some regions. Is this not an opportunity for professional detection and remediation services?
Perhaps I have missed something.

dozey3
21/5/2023
08:46
courtesy of

PENDRAGON2
20 May '23 - 22:43 - 15569 of 15577
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The state of water in the UK seems appalling, particularly since privatisation, though that is now decades ago.

Did EU reguations have no effect in Britain? There has been a body of law with relation to water standards for many many years. Did the water companies fail to abide by them, or were the laws merely hot air?

There is a very good summary of the laws and their long history here:



"

EU water legislation is already well into its third generation. It initially arose between 1975 and 1986 with Directives on such diverse topics as surface waters, bathing waters, discharges of hazardous substances in surface waters and ground water, “fresh waters needed protection or improvement in order to support fish life” or the quality required of shellfish waters, not to mention the probably single most important one such piece of legislation, on the quality of water intended for human consumption.


During a second phase, from 1991, some of these initial Directives were revised, such as those pertaining to human consumption water and bathing waters, and others were adopted, dealing with urban waste water, nitrates, etc.

The legislation pertaining to water protection, thus a far from homogeneous ensemble which dates back to the 1970’s, was to a large extent upset by the introduction of Directive 2000/60/EC, in short sometimes designated as the “Water Framework Directive” or even the “WFD”.


The ambition underlying the WFD’s title suggests that, when discussing it, the legislature intended to induce some type of a renaissance of what it itself calls a “policy” even though it does not have the characteristics of an EU policy properly said since it strictly belongs to environmental policy.

Indeed, the WFD as well as other major EU legislation in the field of water was adopted on the basis of former Article 175(1) TEC, now Article 192(1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (hereinafter - TFEU), and thus definitely imbedded in environmental policy.

Environmental policy is defined in Title XX of the TFEU (Articles 191-193 TFEU). The legal basis properly said is found in Article 192(1) and (2) TFEU and it aims at the achievement of the objectives which are listed in Article 191(1) TFEU. As a matter of fact, water is in one way or another relevant to all of the objectives of the environmental policy as defined in Article 191(1) TFEU.


The first objective, that of protection of the environment itself, can be described as “quasi-exhaustive” in as much as it provides for “preserving, protecting and improving the quality of the environment.”


Environmental policy, which also pursues an objective of “protecting human health”, to which water is essential, is thus ambivalent because it relies on an anthropocentric conception of the environment, and this even though the European Union also has a specific, albeit limited, competence in the area of public health (Article 168 TFEU).


The third objective of environmental policy, which consists in the “prudent and rational utilisation of natural resources”, obviously encompasses water resources as one of its main concerns. And even the fourth objective of environmental policy, which consists in “promoting measures at international level to deal with regional or worldwide environmental problems (...)”, has strong connections with the EU’s waters, some of which belong to rivers which travel through the territories of several Member States and others to seas the subject-matter of regional treaties."

grupo guitarlumber
17/5/2023
10:55
epo4eva
17 May '23 - 10:43 - 936 of 936
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One of our UK customers found this. Thames Water to spend extra £700m on cutting leaks.




hames Water to spend extra £700m on cutting leaks
Aaron Morby 5 days ago

Thames Water has been given the all-clear to transform London’s network of Victorian water pipes.

Industry regulator Ofwat has backed Thames releasing an extra £700m to tackle water leakage in the Capital with 112km pipeline replacement programme.

At Price Review 19, the regulator conditionally granted Thames £300m to enhance the performance of its London water network subject to first meeting some set targets.

Thames Water has since met the agreed requirements and committed a significant shareholder investment of £400m in water supply.

The £300m will now be pumped into future-proofing London’s pipework, helping to reduce leaks and protect our water supply.

Firms expected to benefit from the raised spend include: Murphy, Barhale, Morrison Utility Service, Galliford Try.

In line with Ofwat’s approval, Thames Water has now agreed to:

1. Reduce the number of leaks across London by 2030 – saving 27.8 megalitres per day and reducing the number of mains repairs by 208 times per year

2. Delivering the Future London Strategy – including ambitious plans to reduce leakage by 50%

3. Assessing pipework across the city to see if it’s fit for the future

Nevil Muncaster, London Operations Director at Thames Water, said: “Fixing the basics is a key part of our ambitious turnaround plan.

“We are always closely assessing our infrastructure and are pleased that Ofwat backed our business case to replace 112km of our leakiest water mains pipes across London.

“We believe in making every drop count and once complete this ambitious project with help us to save 27.8 megalitres of water every single day- that’s equivalent to 11 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

“Our shareholders have also provided a substantial £400m investment to ensure we can improve our operations and outcomes for customers, whilst increasing our resilience.”

waldron
17/5/2023
10:43
One of our UK customers found this. Thames Water to spend extra £700m on cutting leaks.

hxxps://www.constructionenquirer.com/2023/05/12/thames-water-to-spend-extra-700m-on-cutting-leaks

epo4eva
10/5/2023
14:59
Water Intelligence profit climbs in first quarter despite inflation

Wed, 10th May 2023 14:34
Alliance News

(Alliance News) - Water Intelligence PLC on Wednesday reported growth in profit and revenue in the first quarter of 2023, citing its business model performing well in an environment of high inflation and rising interest rates.

The London-based leak detection services company said revenue in the first quarter rose 18% to USD19.4 million from USD16.5 million a year ago. Pretax profit jumped 28% to USD1.8 million from USD1.4 million, boosted by franchise-related activities, which rose by 22% to USD3.2 million from USD2.6 million.

Meanwhile, revenue from US Corporate locations climbed 18% to USD12.3 million from USD10.5 million, while revenue from International Corporate locations were up 26% to USD2 million from USD1.6 million.

The company cited a "resilient business model and compelling customer value proposition" performing against a market backdrop of high inflation and rising interest rates.

Executive Chair Patrick DeSouza says that for the second half of 2023 and for 2024, the company's focus is "on delivering the benefits of investments made in prior years to reinforce our long-run growth trajectory by: commercialising new technology solutions for our customers; hiring and training more technicians to meet market demand; and completing implementation of the leading customer relationship management system to automate operations, support scaleability and enhance data security."

Water Intelligence shares were 4.8% higher at 440.00 pence each in London on Wednesday afternoon.

By Tom Budszus, Alliance News reporter

Comments and questions to newsroom@alliancenews.com

the grumpy old men
10/5/2023
07:47
After stuttering over the last two periods, this update suggests that WATR are right back on track in 2023. Q1 revenue was ahead of my expectations in every segment and profits and earnings are kicking on again.Very pleased.
expletive deleted
10/5/2023
07:46
Still a well managed, profitable, growth company with plenty of scope for further growth.

It is not yet time to add to my very small holding.

this_is_me
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