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  • Vietnam approves LNG terminal for Ca Na LNG-to-power

    Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Tuesday approved the proposal to develop an LNG terminal for the Ca Na LNG-to-power project in Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam

  • Engie, Anglo reach double-deal

    Engie Energia Peru has agreed to switch an existing power supply contract it has with Anglo American to 100% renewables and has secured a separate eight-year power purchase agreement with the company for a wind farm

  • Buckeye, Trafigura make US renewables play

    Houston-based oil pipeline operator Buckeye Partners has teamed up with global commodities house Trafigura's latest renewables venture, Nala Renewables, to acquire a majority stake in US renewables developer Swift Current Energy

  • New CEO for Eversource

    New England utility Eversource Energy has appointed a new president and CEO from within its own ranks to replace Jim Judge, who is stepping back to become executive chairman, effective 5 May

  • Brazil awards railroad to Kazakh Bamin

    The auction of the railway Ferrovia Oeste-Leste Part I (FIOL I) in Brazil has ended without competition

  • IDB to finance EVs in Peru

    Peru will receive a loan from Inter-American Development Bank to support private sector investments in sustainable electric transport solutions

  • EXCLUSIVE ACWA Power signs world record PPA for Al Faisaliyah

    Saudi water and power developer ACWA Power has signed with SPPC the 25-year PPA for the 600MW Al Faisaliyah solar IPP at a world record tariff of $0.0104 per kilowatt hour

  • Pool of P3 advisers in place for Florida city

    The City of Riviera Beach and the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency have selected a pool of P3 advisers

  • Linklaters promotes 3 to partner in energy & infra team

    Law firm Linklaters has made up 3 lawyers in its global energy & infrastructure team to partner

  • BW Ideol names board

    BW Ideol has announced the final composition of its new board made up of 5 directors, with the majority of them independent

  • Pennsylvania accepting unsolicited P3 proposals

    Pennsylvania’s P3 office is accepting unsolicited proposals for transport projects until the end of the month

  • Nordex Group wins 187MW order in Turkey

    Nordex Group has won an order from Caba Group to supply wind turbines to its 187MW Istanbul wind farm in Turkey

  • Equinor, SSE team up on "first-of-a-kind" clean power stations

    Equinor and SSE Thermal are to jointly develop 2 low-carbon power stations in the UK Humber region – one claiming to be the world’s first 100% hydrogen-fuelled power station and the other utilising carbon capture and storage technology

  • Uganda seeks loan for EACOP stake

    The government of Uganda is seeking a $130 million loan to finance its 15% equity stake in the $3.5 billion EACOP through state-owned UNOC

  • Pure Hydrogen and Synergen join forces on Oz hydrogen

    Australian renewables developer Pure Hydrogen and Synergen have this week formed a 50/50 joint venture to manufacture hydrogen gas and carbon products with a pilot plant set to be installed in Queensland

  • GFG tries to save Oz assets amid Greensill chaos

    GFG Alliance has reportedly begun the process of securing financing to save its Whyalla steel mill in South Australia and Tahmoor Coal mine in New South Wales from liquidation because of debts held with failed German financier Greensill Capital

  • EXCLUSIVE Big 4 legend – Nick Prior – to stand down

    One of the leading lights of the Big 4 infrastructure community – Nick Prior – is standing down from his position as global head of infrastructure and capital projects at Deloitte

  • PBs selected for NCDOT broadband project

    The North Carolina Department of Transportation has selected preferred procurement plans and bidders to develop its broadband project

  • Prominent hires made on Oz megaproject

    InterContinental Energy, one of the developers behind the A$36 billion Asian Renewable Energy Hub in Western Australia, has announced 4 prominent hires who will work exclusively on the megaproject