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  • Equinor unveils new CCS plant

    Equinor has unveiled plans to develop another blue hydrogen plant – named Hydrogen to Huber Saltend, or H2H Saltend – in the UK

  • Greek interconnector financed

    Greece's Ariadne Interconnection – a subsidiary of IPTO, Independent Power Transmission Operator – has secured €400 million to finance the Attica interconnector in Crete

  • Petrobras launches biodiesel assets sale

    Petrobras has launched the sale process (teaser) of its subsidiary for biofuels Petrobras Biocombustível

  • Pan Am Class 2 up for sale

    BMO Financial Group has been appointed to sell The Pan Am Class 2 railway in the United States on behalf of its principal owner Tim Mellon

  • Colbún inks PPA with fishing company

    Independent power producer Colbún has signed a 7-year power purchase agreement with Chilean fishing company Camanchaca

  • Dominion Energy to sell gas transmission and storage assets

    Dominion Energy has entered into an agreement to sell all of its gas transmission and storage segment assets to Berkshire Hathaway for around $9.7 billion

  • Petrobras seeks binding offers for pipeline stake

    Petrobras has started the binding phase of the sale of its remaining stake in the natural gas pipeline network Nova Transportadora do Sudeste (NTS)

  • Swansea Bay tidal washed up

    The UK government has denied the £1.3 billion Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project an extension for its planning consent – expiring the development consent order agreed in June 2015

  • Greece launches street lighting PPP

    The government of Greece has today launched a tender for the PPP procurement of street lighting in Central Macedonia

  • Concert Infrastructure invests in Canadian schools

    Concert Infrastructure has acquired a 20% interest in the Saskatchewan School P3 projects from concession partner Bird Capital

  • F3 CCGT reaches FC on soft mini-perm

    Japanese power developer Marubeni has closed on the $1.14 billion, 2.4GW Fujairah 3 CCGT IPP in Qidfa, located in the Emirate of Fujairah

  • Details emerge on Polish Rail Baltica contract

    Further details have emerged regarding the contract for the Polish leg of the European mega project, Rail Baltica

  • UPDATE: Begistics combines 2 solars in Vietnam

    Thailand-based Begistics Public Company has combined 2 solar projects into 1 on 29 June (2020).

  • Clime Capital targeting early-stage clean energy

    Singapore-based Clime Capital has hired 2 new senior members of staff and launched a clean energy fund targeting early stage projects in the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia. The vehicle has raised $10 million capital from mainly US-based philanthropic organisations

  • EQT bids lower Metlifecare price amidst litigation

    A vehicle controlled by fund manager EQT Partners has made a non-binding offer to buy 100% of shares in New Zealand aged-care villages operator Metlifecare for a lower price than the scheme implementation agreement signed in December

  • Amber continues European expansion

    Amber infrastructure has made 3 new hires to its European infrastructure team in Poland and Germany and the Czech Republic

  • Limbe gas-fired deadline extended

    Cameroon’s MoWE has extended the RFQ deadline for the 350MW Limbe gas-fired power plant project in the country’s southwest region

  • Bidders emerge for Turkish motorway

    A long-delayed Turkish motorway project that has been on and off life support for the last 6 years has been brought back to market with a successful tender launch at the end of last week

  • Japan reveals more offshore wind sites to develop

    The Government of Japan has identified 10 offshore wind energy sites to potentially develop, following the launch of the first tender in the government’s new General Sea Areas auction system for offshore wind