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Banks revealed for National Grid Gas acquisition winning ...

IJGlobal can reveal international bank lenders backing the winning bid of the Quad Gas Group to acquire 61% of National Grid Gas Distribution, for which the consortium has raised £1.8 billion ($2.28 billion) of debt

Colorado's I-70 hit with civil rights investigation

Wind deals in Australia sees major rebound

SunPower initiates restructuring plan

Siemens reorganises senior leadership

Macquarie refinances NCP debt

Acwa bond set for 2017

ECAs to cover Mozambique FLNG

What’s in store for UK offshore wind?

Meridiam closes on Senegal solar

KPMG wins Al Dur IWPP Bahrain

Trevor Sturmy joins Rock Infrastructure

DEWA CSP shortlist due

Banco de la Nación Argentina to fund renewables

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Reports

US Election Report: Energy policy spotlight

In the impending US presidential election, the stakes are quite possibly as high as they’ve ever been, and the potential for disruption in the energy sector appears to be, well, as one of the candidate would put it: “yuge”

Q3 2016 league table analysis

The latest IJGlobal league tables shows a total of $524.59 billion worth of transactions reached financial close in the first three quarters of 2016

H1 2016 league table analysis

A slight recovery in global project finance activity during the second quarter of 2016 was not enough to reverse the long-term decline in the market

Q1 2016 league table analysis

Q1 2016 is the first quarter for which IJGlobal is publishing infrastructure finance tables...

Country Report: Netherlands' Infrastructure

The Netherlands has become renowned in recent years for its transparent, reliable and efficient delivery of energy and infrastructure projects. This reputation has made it possibly the most competitive market in Europe

Country Report: Infrastructure and energy in the Philippi...

In addition to being home to Asia’s most well-developed and liberalised energy market, the Philippines is probably the first emerging economy in the region that has managed to marry a strong independent power producer (IPP) sector with a relatively successful PPP programme

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