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  • 16 Nov 2018- 13:31 by Local Press Report MEXICO CITY UrduPoint Illegal armed groups have damaged Colombia's second largest oil pipeline of Cano-Limon Covenas, the Colombian Ecopetrol energy giant said late on Tuesday. As a result, three channels in the northwestern province of Arauca have been
  • 14 Nov 2018- 10:13 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Following a planned 4 day outage (that in some places lasted 7 days), the 22 million residents of Mexico City again had water from November 7.  The suspension of service had to do with the replacement of a pipe…but not just any pipe…
  • 8 Aug 2017- 13:28 by Local Press Report TLALNEPANTLA The Times of Israel Mexican pipe company buys Israeli drip irrigation pioneers. Corporate Risk Investment Water Industry Tlalnepantla Mexichem Netafim North America Asia Mexico
  • 3 Aug 2017- 11:31 by OOSKAnews Info WARRENTON VA, United States Portland to Pay up to $500 Million USD for Clean Water The City Council of Portland, Oregon, chose (August 2nd) the “most expensive option” for a new treatment plant needed to meet state and federal rules (The Oregonian). Homeowners
  • 15 Feb 2017- 10:27 by Local Press Report JALAPA Yahoo News A 16th-century church in Oaxaca, Mexico, has resurfaced from a reservoir thanks to a severe drought. The church was first submerged when the dam was built in the 1960s. It has since then re-emerged partially every year, but it has been
  • 15 Sep 2016- 08:26 by Local Press Report CORTEZ, CO The Journal An unknown number of aquifers dot the border along Mexico and the U.S., groundwater both sides use for agriculture, irrigation, and cities. For a decade, researchers have attempted to study these transboundary aquifers, but limited
  • 13 Sep 2016- 10:07 by OOSKAnews Correspondent GLASGOW, United Kingdom OOSKAnews Voices  is a series of guest “opinion columns” on water, written by senior participants in different parts of the international water community. The columns provide a global platform for organizations and individuals to
  • 30 Aug 2016- 00:20 by Local Press Report BAJA CALIFORNIA Water World A public-private partnership for a project in northern Rosarito Beach, Mexico, was signed recently, paving the way for the largest desalination plant in the Western Hemisphere to be built. Access Climate Corporate Risk Innovation,
  • 4 Aug 2016- 10:31 by OOSKAnews Correspondent BRASILIA, Brazil The 8th World Water Forum, which will be held in Brazil in 2018, will take on climate change and other key issues including trans-boundary river basin management; dams and reservoirs; financing; universal access to safe drinking water
  • 26 Jul 2016- 08:43 by Local Press Report SAN DIEGO, CA San Diego Free Press A permit for  the construction of a four-mile-long potable water pipeline that would transport water from the Rosarito Desalination plant across the U.S.-Mexico border to Otay Mesa has been granted but the local water
  • 13 Jul 2016- 09:06 by Local Press Report ROCHESTER, NY Furturity As a variety of factors are expected to increase water scarcity throughout the Southwest region, several states are considering plans to partner with Mexico to build binational desalination plants. Access Innovation, Infrastructure
  • 12 Jul 2016- 09:56 by OOSKAnews Correspondent SINGAPORE “Groundwater contamination is the biggest threat to humanity,” Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize Winner and Professor John Cherry stated categorically in his address to delegates at Singapore International Water Week. “We are in the middle of a water
  • 24 Jun 2016- 08:53 by Local Press Report GEORGE TOWN Cayman Compass Cayman’s Consolidated Water Company has won its bid to build a half-billion-dollar desalinization plant in Mexico, making the company a global leader in water-processing technology, and opening the way to parched markets in the
  • 20 May 2016- 08:51 by Local Press Report SAN ANTONIO DE LOURDES New York Times The well in San Antonio de Lourdes, a village in Guanajuato State in central Mexico, went dry years ago. The village itself, depleted by poverty and migration, seems to be drying up, too. But a half-hour’s drive away,
  • 1 Apr 2016- 08:39 by Local Press Report MEXICO CITY Los Angeles Times In a city built on a lake bed where it rains all summer, the problem isn't exactly a shortage of water. Rather the infrastructure of pipes is so riddled with cracks that a third of the water the city puts into the system

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