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  • PPPs in Australia's infra-led recovery

    Australia's PPP pipeline could be set for a boost as politicians in state and federal governments around the country have fast-tracked infrastructure approvals and allocated billions in new budget, as they aim for a construction-led economic recovery from Covid-19. After a surprise PPP cancellation in Victoria, signals for PPP players are mixed...

  • IJInvestor Awards – open for entries

    IJInvestor – the IJGlobal title tracking fund deployment and infrastructure/energy M&A activity – has now gone live with the portal for its 2020 awards celebrating achievements and individuals across a global playing field

  • Aviator Wind, Texas

    Ares Management Corp's 525MW Aviator wind farm in Texas had to navigate some Covid-related turbulence, but the private equity firm was ultimately able bring on board a pair of very different buyers to land the deal safely last month

  • The new BNDES, a one-stop-shop

    Brazilian development bank BNDES has been trying to reposition itself over the last 12 months, the timeframe of its new administration. Traditionally seen as a major competitor by commercial national and international debt providers, the institution is making an effort to be more than just a lender. It aims to become a one-stop-shop for developing Brazil’s infrastructure

  • IJ Survey – Digital Infra to re-boot economies

    Investors are poised to commit heavily to digital infrastructure, according to a new worldwide investor survey and study conducted by IJGlobal and M&E Global. The global survey reveals that 63% of respondents – all of whom are actively involved in the financing or delivery of digital infrastructure – believe that the Covid-19 pandemic will give digital infrastructure a significant push...

  • Al Kharsaah solar PV first phase, Qatar

    A consortium led by Marubeni and Total have closed on the first phase of its 800MW solar PV with a low tariff of $0.01449 per kilowatt hour that has helped to push the cost of renewable energy further down in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic

  • Griffith Energy, Arizona

    After outbidding several rivals in a competitive auction in February for the 570MW Griffith Energy gas-fired project in Arizona, ArcLight Capital Partners was ready to put acquisition financing in place. Then the pandemic happened...

  • IJ Unplugged – Digital Infrastructure

    IJGlobal yesterday hosted a webinar – the latest in our IJ Unplugged series of online interviews – with long-time partner M&E Global Inc to discuss the findings of a survey into investor appetite and preparedness for digital infrastructure

  • Cabo Leones I refinancing and expansion, Chile

    EDF Renewables and Grupo Ibereólica overcame obstacles and delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic to reach financial close on the refinancing and expansion of a jointly-owned operational wind project in Chile in June – albeit not in the form the deal was initially expected to take

  • IJ Unplugged – Minister Prasad Panda

    The Canadian province of Alberta is no stranger to the procurement of infrastructure through public-private partnership structures… but it’s been a fairly quiet P3 market for the last 5 years

  • JFK Terminal 1, US

    Three years after Mayor Andrew Cuomo announced his plans to redevelop John F Kennedy Terminal 1, the consortium behind the transaction reached financial close in the midst of a global pandemic that hit the airline industry hard

  • Longroad to victory

    Longroad Energy proved the viability of 2 relatively new solar offtake structures – the California community choice aggregator-backed power purchase agreement and the Texas solar hedge – when it financed and sold the 160MW Little Bear and 300MW Prospero projects over the course of the past year

  • IJ Unplugged – Orbital Marine Power

    IJGlobal launches its IJ Unplugged series of online interviews, turning the spotlight for the first one on Chris Milne – CFO of a very interesting company that looks set to carve out a niche in the alternative energy space – Orbital Marine Power

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The Allen & Overy Interview

    Winner of the IJGlobal Law Firm of the Year 2019 for the MENA region, Allen & Overy has an enviable heritage in the this sector – a law firm with infrastructure and energy truly in its DNA

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The SMBC Interview

    SMBC celebrated an impressive calendar year 2019, successfully shepherding to financial close numerous award-winning deals across Latin America

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The Citi Interview

    Having scooped the IJGlobal award for Bond Arranger of the Year in 2019 in North and South America, Citigroup graciously acknowledges a salute from the industry…

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The ACWA Power Interview

    Having played a dominant role across the GCC region, ACWA Power was justly rewarded for its level of activity across the 2019 calendar year by scooping 3 key IJGlobal Awards for the region

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The Societe Generale Interview

    Societe Generale enjoyed great success in the 2019 calendar year, landing it the coveted role of Global MLA of the Year for infrastructure, energy and mining deals closed – voted on by independent judging teams in London, New York, Singapore and Dubai

  • IJGlobal Awards 2019 – The Arup Interview

    Arup has been voted the IJGlobal Technical Adviser of the Year for Europe and Africa as well as winning for North and South America, recognising the role it played on transactions that closed in the 2019 calendar year – and repeating its success from 2018

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