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  • Auckland City Rail Link costs soar

    The Link Alliance, which includes France's Vinci and Australia's Downer, has emerged as preferred bidder for the Auckland City Rail Link project (under an alliance contract), but the procuring authority has announced a revised cost envelope that is $675 million higher than the previous estimate

  • Eaton buys majority stake in Turkish utility

    Power-management company Eaton Corp has bought 82.28% of the shares in Turkish electrical equipment manufacturer Ulusoy Elektrik

  • Infranode and Mirova acquire stake in Loiste

    Nordic-infrastructure investor Infranode and French fund manager Mirova have jointly acquired a minority stake of 33.9% in Finnish-energy utility Loiste

  • Technical adviser sought for German laboratory PPP

    The German state of Hesse is seeking a technical adviser for its laboratory project in the city of Kassel

  • Westpac ramps up renewables target

    Australian bank Westpac has made a commitment to source the equivalent of 100% of its global energy consumption from renewable sources by 2025, as it signed its first direct offtake agreement for an Australian renewable energy generation project – Bomen Solar

  • Spark Infrastructure enters renewables with Bomen Solar

    Spark Infrastructure has signed on an acquisition of Bomen Solar in New South Wales from Renew Estate – in its first renewables investment. The deal also marks the first time Australian bank Westpac is acting as an offtaker for a renewables project

  • Cypress Creek secures financing for Texas solar

    Cypress Creek Renewables has sealed back-levered debt and tax equity for solar assets it is bringing online in Texas as part of a deal to supply Starbucks stores in the state

  • Details emerge on DG portfolio sale

    Investors are weighing a "pretty disparate, big portfolio" of distributed generation assets that AltaGas recently put up for sale after teasers were circulated by the company's financial advisers

  • UPDATE: EOIs issued for Ethiopia geothermal EPC

    TM Geothermal Operations has invited expressions of interest bids for an EPC contract on the first 50MW phase of the $2.2 billion, 520MW Tulu Moye geothermal project in the Eastern Rift Valley in Oromia, Ethiopia

  • IJGlobal league tables – Q1 2019

    IJGlobal today publishes its league table findings for the first quarter of 2019, tracking deals closed across infrastructure finance and project finance on a global basis

  • Malaysia resurrects East Coast Rail Link

    Malaysia’s prime minister has said the $10.62 billion East Coast Rail Link is moving forward, following an announcement last week by the lead Chinese EPC company that it will assume more of the project’s O&M risk

  • OPWP launches Wadi Dayqah IWP project

    Oman’s Power and Water Procurement Company has invited expressions of interest bids for a new independent water producer project to be located at Wadi Dayqah

  • New CEO for Siemens O&G

    Arja Talakar has been named chief executive of Siemens oil and gas, based in Houston, Texas

  • Florida county seeks P3 advisory pool

    Miami-Dade County has issued an RFQ to establish a P3 and infrastructure advisory services pool to be called upon as and when projects are identified

  • Chinese insurer closes on infra funds raise

    A subsidiary of an Asian dual-listed insurance company has closed its infrastructure funds raise after a Paris-based investment firm joined as anchor

  • Brazilian city launches public lighting PPP

    Brazilian development bank BNDES has announced the launch of a public lighting PPP in Porto Alegre, the capital of the Southern state Rio Grande do Sul

  • Refi out for UK offshore wind project

    Refinancing has been launched for the £1.96 billion debt package on the 588MW Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm off the north east of Scotland

  • EXCLUSIVE Peruvian airport moves ahead

    A Peruvian airport is due to reach financial close despite several delays to the project

  • Mexican infra mega-project only for locals

    Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has announced that the development of the trade corridor Tehuantepec Isthmus will be open exclusively to local investors