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|Bid||120.79 x 900|
|Ask||120.63 x 900|
|Day's Range||119.00 - 120.97|
|52 Week Range||85.89 - 129.89|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.06|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.57|
|Earnings Date||Feb 17, 2020 - Feb 21, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (1.63%)|
|1y Target Est||126.18|
When American Water’s COO Walter Lynch steps into the chief executive role next year, one thing is clear — he’ll have big shoes to fill. CEO Susan Story, who announced Tuesday she’s retiring in April, led the company through significant growth over the past six years, during which time the Camden company acquired 82 water and wastewater systems across the country, entered the S&P 500 index and saw its stock price soar. “The stock is viewed very favorably by many in the investment community — as it should be.” For investors worried her departure will disrupt the company’s so-far successful growth strategy, however, Verdi said they shouldn’t be concerned.
American Water Works (AWK) announces a 10-year capital investment plan. The planned $20-$22B spending is set to strengthen its existing infrastructure.
American Water CEO Susan Story will retire in April, nearly six years after she took the reins of the Camden-based water utility and oversaw a period during which the company pursued an aggressive acquisition strategy and saw its stock price more than double. Chief Operating Officer Walter Lynch will step into the role of president and CEO following Story's retirement from American Water (NYSE:AWK), the largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility in the country. In announcing the news Tuesday, Story said she's looking forward to spending more time with her family and pursuing nonprofit work.
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, reported today that Susan Story has announced that she will retire April 1, 2020 as president and CEO of American Water. She will be succeeded by Walter Lynch, currently Chief Operating Officer of American Water.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, today announces a 10-year capital spending plan, sets long term growth targets and announces 2020 earnings per share guidance.
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American Water (NYSE: AWK), the nation’s largest publicly-traded water and wastewater utility company, today announced Chief Operating Officer Walter Lynch will speak at the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch 2019 Water Conference on December 12 in New York City.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK) announced today that its board of directors declared a quarterly cash dividend payment of 50 cents per share of common stock, payable on March 4, 2020, to all shareholders of record as of Feb. 7, 2020.
After facing issues with regulators, American Water is selling its regulated New York unit for $608 million.
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On Giving Tuesday, Pennsylvania American Water reminds customers that it offers financial relief for income-qualified residential customers having difficulty paying their water and sewer bills through its H2O Help to Others Program. The program, which has helped families in need for more than 25 years, is administered by Dollar Energy Fund, an independent, non-profit organization focused on utility assistance. “We recognize that some families face economic challenges, and we are committed to helping our customers in need through these programs,” said Pennsylvania American Water President Mike Doran.
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced that two of its executives were recently honored by the Philadelphia Business Journal. American Water’s president and CEO Susan Story was named a Most Admired CEO and to the Journal’s Power 100, while Melanie Kennedy, senior vice president of Human Resources (HR), was recognized as one of the 2019 Women of Distinction.
New Jersey American Water knows that the winter season is only right around the corner. “It is important for New Jersey residents to be proactive as we head into the winter season,” explained Tom Shroba, vice president of Operations for New Jersey American Water.
Missouri American Water is replacing aging switchgear vital to providing electrical power to pumps at the company’s largest water treatment plant. At the Missouri American Water Central Plant in Chesterfield, the company is building a new high service switchgear, which provides six pumps on the site with starting power and serves as a type of fuse box for the pumps. “Our Central Treatment Plant originally dates back to 1902, and we have to continually invest in it to maintain safety and reliability as it ages,” said Debbie Dewey, president of Missouri American Water.
Missouri American Water is investing in three projects to upgrade water mains in its Mexico district as the company wraps up 2019. Three water main projects with a combined investment of more than $800,000 will help enhance water service reliability to customers in Mexico. Lakeview Road: Missouri American Water is replacing the old raw water main in the system from well No. 3 at Lakeview Park Lake to South Western Ave.
Missouri American Water has initiated two projects to upgrade water main in Jefferson City, investing $550,000. The two water main projects, which will replace and upsize the pipes, will enhance the reliability of water service Missouri American Water provides to its customers. Adams Street – Missouri American Water will be replacing more than 525 feet of 4-inch cast iron pipe with 8-inch PVC water main on Adams Street from East Capitol Ave to East High Street.
New Jersey American Water today released a new video about its multi-year, $65 million investment to ensure the resiliency and sustainability of its Raritan-Millstone Water Treatment Plant. The Raritan-Millstone Water Treatment Plant, situated in Bridgewater, Somerset County, N.J., is New Jersey American Water’s largest water production facility and a regional source of potable water supply for seven counties in central New Jersey. The plant is located near the confluence of the Raritan and Millstone Rivers – an area of Somerset County that experiences severe flooding during significant storm events due to the relative low ground surface elevations in the floodways adjacent to the two rivers.
New Jersey American Water will replace nearly 23,000 feet of aging water main throughout Monmouth County this winter. The project also includes replacing 23 fire hydrants and up to 250 utility-owned service lines along the pipeline routes.