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  • Drawing the line, how the top-tier lenders came up with the ‘Equator Principles’

    After a barrage of press releases in the afternoon of 3 June 2003, ten of the biggest international lenders announced on 4 June that they would be adopting the ‘Equator Principles’, a voluntary set of project finance guidelines related to managing social

  • Angola LNG

    A consortium of ChevronTexaco, Sonangol, BP, ExxonMobil and Total will build the Angola LNG proje...

  • Phu My 2.2 and Vietnamese BOTs

    Located in the Phu My Power Generation Centre, Vietnam, Phu My 2.2 is a 715 MW combined cycle g...

  • Maritza East III

    Bulgaria is defying the trend in the European electricity market which has seen many projects she...

  • A CO2 Infrastructure for the North Sea

    Hugh Sharman IntroductionThe North Sea is among the most important oil and gas producing...

  • Insurance and Exposures in European Rail Construction

    A Little BackgroundOver many years the international insurance market has responded well and generally in a competitive manner to the needs of the ra...

  • Financing Indian Hydropower

    The start of a new debate?In ancient Greece, a nine-headed snake called Hydra lived in the marshes of Lerna. She was the daughter of a giant and a ny...

  • The A130 Road Project

    The Private Finance Initiative (PFI) has proven very successful in bringing to the public sector not only private sector finance, but also the competition and inherent efficiency that such funding brings. A recent Treasury paper published by Chief Secreta

  • Alice to Darwin Rail Project

    Introduction The Alice to Darwin Rail Project represents a landmark in project financing, particularly in the Australian environment which has its ow...

  • Cia de Geracao de Energia Eletrica Tiete (Tiete)

    Brief Description:  Acquisition and long-term debt financing (fully non-recourse, off balanc...

  • UK Primary Health Care Under the microscope

    The World Health Organization published a report last year that ranked the overall performance of...

  • African Water Privatisation

    This review of water privatisations in sub Saharan Africa provides a wide-ranging p...

  • The Enron Debacle: A Tale of our Times

    As I sit to write this article, I am shocked by the magnitude of Enron of twelve months ago and how quickly it has all evaporated. It was a company riding on the crest of a wave, with shares pushing the US$100 mark, now these have become virtually worthle

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