Transaction Services Overview Black & Veatch has provided valuable technical, commercial, regulatory, bankability and market advisory services to various domestic and international clients. In the past five years we’ve supported well over US$100 billion worth of transactions and completed over 500 engagements involving various power, oil and gas, water, and telecommunications projects or companies, including: 80,000+ MW conventional power generation projects. 10,000+ MW utility scale wind projects. 10,000+ MW utility scale solar projects, involving 200+ systems. 1,000+ MW C&I solar projects involving 500+ systems. 500+ MW residential solar projects involving 90,000+ systems. 500+ MW different biomass and waste fuel projects. 150+ bankability studies of modules, inverters, trackers and energy storage systems. 75,000+ miles of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure. 30,000+ liters per second of seawater desalination projects with 250+ miles of water conveyance systems. 20,000+ miles of natural gas transmission and distribution infrastructure. 500+ barrels per day refinery capacity. 200+ billions of cubic feet natural gas storage and processing facilities. 30+ million barrels of oil and petroleum storage facilities. Our due diligence services cover new project development, refinancing and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) globally. Our M&A experience includes single assets, portfolios, whole operating companies, and transmission and distribution systems across a wide range of technologies. Black & Veatch clients have the ability to bundle their due diligence needs in a thorough, timely and cost-effective manner. This approach provides clients with consistent project management and service delivery, complemented by administrative efficiency. Bundled services can include: Lender’s independent engineering services. Merger and acquisition due diligence report for equity investors and developers. Asset valuation. Technical advisory services. Technical and commercial assessment of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), power purchase, and operations and maintenance agreements. Permit compliance reviews. Asset modification design and valuation. Fuel supply transportation and contracting. Transmission analysis. Construction and operations monitoring services. Restructuring advisory services. Market analysis. 0 Related Insights Amid Climate Change Worries, the Question: What to do With Too Much Water? Unprecedented floodwaters submerged farmlands, wastewater plants and federal Superfund cleanup sites, and more than a million private wells from the Canadian border south to Kentucky were threatened with chemicals, sewage and pathogens. The Data to Water Connection The annual Strategic Directions Report series offers analysis and insights into key issues and trends facing the smart cities and utilities, electric, natural gas, and water utility sectors. From Internet of Things to Internet of Water: How Integrated Data Can Help Stop "Day Zero" The taps are flowing more freely in Cape Town, one of the world's premier tourist destinations and a cultural center of South Africa. In 2018, Cape Town residents stared down "Day Zero," the moment when the water system – jeopardized by the combination of population growth, drought cycles, aging infrastructure and deferred system improvements – was predicted to literally run dry Water Utilities Urged to Exploit Data, Use Less Guesswork For decades, car manufacturers recommended that vehicles have their engine oil changed at least every 3,000 miles without fail. This was never proven practical, given that such decisions should be based on individual driving style, the conditions and climate – even the type of oil used. But these real-world conditions don't tend to factor into the carmaker's original guidelines. Water Meets "New Energy": Surging Renewables Has Utilities Eyeing Alternative Power Sources As the nexus of water and "new energy" becomes more common in the water sector's lexicon, Black & Veatch's 2019 Strategic Directions: Water Report survey shows that water and wastewater plant operators are embracing "master plans" meant to optimize their energy use. Collaborate with our Infrastructure Investment & Transactions team. Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.