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"Early close" for Dalmore third fund

Dalmore Capital has raised an undisclosed amount in an early close on its third infrastructure fund in order to bid on the sale of the High Speed 1 (HS1) UK rail concession, IJGlobal has learnt

Corruption takes its toll on 4G

Ontario shortlists three for police modernisation DBF

GE wins Japan wind turbine order

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EIB appraises investment in CIP fund III

Rising costs threaten Krabi coal-fired

Queensland approves Brisbane Cross River Rail

Redexis Gas sale, Spain

Exxon in positive FID for Guyana oil field

Shell club preps Borssele offshore equity sale

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Reports

Renewables Report - June 2016

The market for private investment in renewable energy continues to grow at a rapid pace across the globe. This fast expansion is creating bountiful opportunities, but also many challenges for investors

Mexico country report

During the last two decades, Mexico has enjoyed macroeconomic stability, a growing and strong peso-debt market, an open and competitive market for developers and construction companies and three governments with clear infrastructure commitments and professional teams to develop toll roads, railroads, airports and ports

Q1 2017 league table analysis

The first quarter of 2017 featured a number of high value transactions in the telecoms and energy sectors

Global M&A Report 2017

There is a wall of capital chasing investible assets. As a result 2016 saw infrastructure assets and companies change hands for incredibly high multiples. Read IJGlobal's debut Global M&A Report

Full-year 2016 infrastructure finance league tables

IJGlobal has for the first time published a full-year league table report which captures all types of the infrastructure finance transactions. The report provides the most complete picture available of the energy and infrastructure market

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”

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