|Bid||122.52 x 900|
|Ask||122.58 x 900|
|Day's Range||121.75 - 122.83|
|52 Week Range||85.89 - 129.89|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.15|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (1.64%)|
|1y Target Est||123.64|
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American Water (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, today was recognized as a “Champion of Diversity” at the Forum of Executive Women’s 2019 Leadership Breakfast in Philadelphia, PA. "We are pleased to be recognized by the Forum of Executive Women for our commitment to inclusion and diversity," said Susan Story, president and CEO, American Water. “American Water believes that our board, management and employees should reflect the customers we serve.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (AWK) announced today that it intends to release its 2019 third quarter financial results after the market closes on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Susan Story, president and chief executive officer, Susan Hardwick, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Walter Lynch, chief operating officer, will host the 2019 third quarter earnings conference call and webcast with investors, analysts and other interested parties on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. There will be a question and answer session as part of the earnings conference call.
Illinois American Water Major Accounts Manager Benjamin Brockschmidt was presented with the Friend of Infrastructure Award by the Underground Contractors Association (UCA) last month. UCA President Cindy Gustafson of J.A.C.K. Contractor Services, Inc. presented the award at the UCA’s Annual Business Meeting. Prior to joining Illinois American Water, Brockschmidt worked on passing legislation to improve how the State of Illinois invests in infrastructure.
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The bidders with whom JEA will negotiate a potential sale of the utility include the parent company of Florida Power & Light and of Tampa Electric, as well as Duke Energy and a consortium of international bidders. The companies interested in buying JEA include the four whose names have already been revealed. The full list of companies are: American Public Infrastructure LLC American Waterworks Co., which has a desalination plant in Tampa Duke Energy Emera Inc., which owns Tampa Electric JEA Public Power Partners — a consortium made up of Bernard Capital Partners, Emera Inc, and Suez IFM Investors PTY LTD Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (a subsidiary of Macquarie Group knowns as MIRA Inc.) NextEra Energy, the parent company of Florida Power & Light.
If successful, the acquisition would be the first in Florida for American Water's regulated water business.
JEA will move one step closer to picking a potential buyer to negotiate with over the potential sale of the utility today, with at least some of the names of bidders slated to be released this afternoon. At a 4 p.m. meeting, the members of JEA's five-person selection team will submit how they rank the various bidders, with procurement representatives tallying those scores and determining who will move on. Following the meeting, the names of respondents who have moved on in the negotiation process will be released – if they have acquiesced to being identified.
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A provider of drinking water in Sacramento County is seeking reimbursement from the U.S. Air Force for a filtration system it installed to take contaminants out of groundwater near the former Mather Air Force Base.
American Water, a New Jersey-based public utility company, has confirmed that it has bid on JEA — the fourth of 17 bidders to identify itself in a process that so far remained shrouded in secrecy. American Water has a 25 million-gallon-per-day desalination plant in Tampa, which supplies about 10 percent of the drinking water for the Tampa Bay area, and a Homeowner Services partnership with Orlando Utilities Commission. “American Water has responded to JEA’s Invitation to Negotiate, and we sincerely appreciate the opportunity to participate in this process.
At about a penny a gallon in many places, water might be difficult to think of as a good investment, but stocks and exchange-traded funds related to it have rallied nicely this year.
At about a penny a gallon in many places, water might be difficult to think of as a good investment, but stocks and exchange-traded funds related to it have rallied nicely this year. Water is an “essential part of our daily lives,” observes Christopher Muir, an equity analyst at CFRA Research, pointing out that it’s used in everything from drinking, ice-making, cooking, and cleaning to cooling, firefighting, and electric-power generation. For instance, in Switzerland, water prices are about four times those in the U.S.—not because it costs that much more to produce clean water, but because it isn’t heavily subsidized.
Illinois American Water Peoria District Sr. Project Engineer Josh Harken has been named the Young Civil Engineer of the Year by the Central Illinois Section of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The award is presented annually to a civil engineer under the age of 35 who has demonstrated leadership in public service and engineering. Harken, who has been with Illinois American Water since 2018, is an instrumental member of the Peoria District engineering team and oversees projects in the Peoria, Pekin and Lincoln areas, as well as surrounding communities.
American Water Works' (AWK) unit, Pennsylvania American Water acquires water assets from Steelton Borough Authority in Dauphin County. This further expands its operations in Pennsylvania.
New Jersey American Water has completed its required lead and copper sampling for 2019 and all systems tested meet state water quality regulations. The company tested 14 water systems that are required to be tested between June and September, and all results show compliance with safe drinking water guidelines for lead and copper.
A 2016 law has made it more financially feasible for Pennsylvania municipalities to sell water systems to companies like American Water.
Pennsylvania American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (AWK), announced today that it has acquired the water assets of the Steelton Borough Authority in Dauphin County. “We welcome our new Steelton customers and look forward to working with the community on long-term water infrastructure solutions for this area,” said Pennsylvania American Water President Mike Doran. Effective today, all seven of Steelton’s employees, represented by AFSCME District Council 90, are now employees of Pennsylvania American Water.
Middlesex Water's (MSEX) unit, Tidewater receives approval from the Delaware Commission to acquire two water systems in Delaware. This is likely to further expand its water services in the region.
New Jersey American Water customers in need of assistance with their water or wastewater bill can turn to the company’s H2O Help to Others Program™ for help. For nearly a decade, New Jersey American Water has been assisting qualified low-income water customers through this unique assistance program. H2O Help to Others Program is administered by New Jersey SHARES (NJ Shares), a nationally recognized nonprofit organization providing statewide help, guidance and referral for essential services to New Jersey residents in need of assistance.
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Since 2010, over 590 grants totaling over $582,000 have been awarded to Illinois fire and emergency organizations in the Company’s service area.
American Water (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today the recipients of the company’s 2019 Environmental Grant Program awards. The company has committed to support $159,472 to 48 community projects that improve, restore or protect watersheds throughout their service areas in 11 states. “American Water’s commitment to providing our customers with clean, safe, reliable water service also means that we share a commitment to protecting our environment,” said Susan Story, president and CEO of American Water.
American Water Works' (AWK) unit, Military Services Group wins another military contract to provide services at USMA. The 50-year contract worth $519 million is going to take the tally of its military awards to 16.