|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 200|
|Day's Range||92.62 - 93.55|
|52 Week Range||76.04 - 93.55|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||35.59|
|Earnings Date||Feb 18, 2019 - Feb 22, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.82 (2.03%)|
|1y Target Est||92.75|
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, has partnered with the Paradigm for Parity® coalition and announced its commitment to further support inclusion and diversity efforts across its corporate leadership structure by 2030 as well as show support for the same actions in corporations across the U.S. “American Water has long been at the forefront of gender parity in leadership and board representation, and we will continue to accelerate our efforts in support of inclusion and diversity across our workforce,” said President and CEO Susan Story. American Water’s existing inclusion and diversity efforts have continuously been directed at fully developing each employee to his or her fullest potential, eliminating unconscious bias in the workplace, respecting differences and basing career progress on experience, business results and performance.
American Water's (AWK) unit is set to acquire the water assets of the Steelton Borough Authority in Dauphin County for $22.5 million.
The deal is just one of many both American Water and Aqua America have inked in recent years as privatization of Pennsylvania water system swells.
American Water's (AWK) unit continues to strengthen the infrastructure in its service territories through regular investments.
Pennsylvania American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (AWK), announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire the water assets of the Steelton Borough Authority (Authority) in Dauphin County. The total value of the transaction is approximately $22.5 million for the water system, which serves nearly 2,400 metered residential, commercial and large industrial connections. Pennsylvania American Water and the Steelton Borough Authority will seek approval of the acquisition from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) and other necessary approvals from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
Missouri American Water is wrapping up one sewer project and planning for another in Arnold, Mo. at a combined cost of $2.7 million. The projects are part of the company’s commitment to invest $5 million in Arnold in the first four years after taking ownership in 2015. Missouri American Water is in the final stages of a project to line approximately 7,000 feet of sewer lines in the city with what is known as Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP).
California American Water will distribute 425 turkeys to local non-profits on November 9th as part of its annual “Operation Gobble” program. The turkeys will be donated to the Monterey County Food Bank, Salvation Army, and Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County, who in turn will distribute them to those in need. California American Water employees will also volunteer to help prepare and serve holiday meals at the Boys & Girls Club in Seaside on Wednesday, November 14th and Thursday, November 15th.
Young artists across the state participated in Illinois American Water’s annual “Imagine a Day Without Water art contest.” Entries from 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students depicted what a day without water meant to them and included a related phrase.
American Water , the nation’s largest publicly-traded water and wastewater utility company, today announced President and Chief Executive Officer Susan Story will participate in the sixth annual U.S.
New Jersey American Water is providing details about its inaugural submission of compliance with the state’s new Water Quality Accountability Act, submitted to the state in October 2018. “We are pleased to report that all New Jersey American Water systems that meet the criteria for the standards set by the new Water Quality Accountability Act are in compliance,” said Deb Degillio, president of New Jersey American Water. Passed into law in July 2017, the Water Quality Accountability Act is aimed at enhancing the reliability and safety of drinking water from every water provider in the state.
Pennsylvania American Water, a member of the award-winning Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS), is reinforcing efforts to remind customers of the tactics scammers use to steal money and how to guard against falling victim to impostor utility scams. UUAS, a consortium of more than 100 U.S. and Canadian electric, water, and natural gas companies (and their respective trade associations), continues to raise awareness of utility scams targeting customers. The third annual Utility Scam Awareness Day is set for Wednesday, November 14, and is supported by a week-long advocacy and awareness campaign focused on exposing the tactics of scammers.
Missouri American Water is beginning work on a project to replace equipment in its secondary water treatment basin at its Jefferson City plant beginning on Nov. 9. “The current equipment is more than 50 years old and replacement parts are obsolete and difficult or impossible to find,” said Curtis Wheat, senior supervisor of operations. Missouri American Water annually invests more than $200 million statewide, including more than $11 million in Jefferson City in 2017, in infrastructure improvements such as this project.
Illinois American Water reminds homeowners that now is the time to safeguard their home plumbing to prevent water damage from frozen and burst pipes. Tips also address frozen water meters, which can bring costly plumbing repairs and replacement fees along with headaches and unexpected expense for homeowners.
American States Water's (AWR) third-quarter 2018 earnings surpass estimates. However, its operating revenues decline year over year.
New Jersey American Water is proud to announce the 2018 winners of their annual Water Works Sweepstakes. This sweepstakes is part of the Water Works program, a unique partnership between New Jersey American Water and Scholastic which provides valuable, free STEM-based curriculum focused on water and its importance to everyday life. Each year in addition to the program’s educational components, participating teachers are invited to enter the Water Works Sweepstakes for a chance to win $500 and a rooftop rain barrel for their classroom.
On the 04 December 2018, American Water Works Company Inc (NYSE:AWK) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of US$0.46 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s Read More...
Virginia American Water today filed a general rate application with the State Corporation Commission (SCC) requesting an overall increase in rates of $5.6 million. “The company is requesting this increase based on approximately $98 million of infrastructure upgrades,” said Barry Suits, Virginia American Water president.
Missouri American Water has been named a recipient of a loan from the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act project for two projects. The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act of 2014 (WIFIA) established the WIFIA program, a federal credit program administered by EPA for eligible water and wastewater infrastructure projects. The WIFIA program accelerates investment in our nation’s water infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental loans for regionally and nationally significant projects.
American Water Works' (AWK) Q3 earnings and revenues are better than expected due to organic growth and solid contribution from acquired assets.
The Voorhees, New Jersey-based company said it had profit of $1.04 per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were $1.20 per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The average ...
CAMDEN, N.J.-- -- Third quarter 2018 diluted earnings per share were $1.04, which included a $0.06 per diluted share benefit from the sale of the majority of the contracts in the Contract Services Group and a $0.22 per diluted share net impairment charge for Keystone Third quarter 2018 adjusted diluted earnings per share were $1.20, an increase of 11.1 percent The Regulated Businesses continued to ...