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  • German city launches school PPP

    A city in northern Germany has launched a tender for a school PPP project

  • NAB prepares to syndicate Australian wind debt in Japan

    Palisade Investment Partners has refinanced the Hallett 1 Wind Farm with a new $114.3 million facility. The debt was underwritten by National Australia Bank, which intends to syndicate it to Japanese life insurance institutions.

  • Petronas enters renewable energy beyond home

    Petronas has agreed with a global infrastructure investor to acquire 100% interest in a company with a portfolio of distributed, renewable energy assets in Asia and the Middle East

  • Calpine closes term loan B refi

    Morgan Stanley was left lead on a $950 million senior secured term loan B refinancing for Calpine Corp that closed earlier this month

  • Enel considers bid for Sempra LatAm assets

    Enel is considering placing a bid for two Latin American businesses that Sempra Energy put up for sale earlier this year

  • Former GE EFS dealmaker joins alternative investment firm

    A GE Capital stalwart of 20 years, who worked on debt and equity investments in generation assets, has left the company to take up a new role at an alternative investment manager

  • EXCLUSIVE Financing sought for Brazilian LNG-to-power

    An SPV comprising Prumo Logistics, BP and Siemens is in talks with banks to finance the second unit of an LNG-to-power complex located in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro

  • Brazil to award three more terminals

    Brazil has announced it will award three more port terminals in 2019, having already awarded 10 terminals in March and April valued at $171.9 million

  • Metro de Bogotá selects fiduciary agent

    Colombian state-owned company Metro de Bogotá has selected Bancolombia as its fiduciary agent, responsible for all resources related to the construction of the city's first subway line

  • Nord Stream 2 submits third Danish application

    The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to link Russian gas to the European grid has submitted its third application – despite legal reservations – for a the final stretch to Germany, passing through Danish waters

  • FMO, IFC team up for health and water PPPs

    The IFC and FMO have signed a trust fund agreement to promote water and health PPPs in developing countries, in particular Africa

  • AGL to develop pumped hydro storage in South Australia

    AGL Energy has acquired for the right to develop, own and operate a 250MW capacity, eight-hours storage pumped hydro energy storage project at the Kanmantoo Copper Mine in South Australia's Adelaide Hills region

  • SNC-Lavalin appoints new O&G president

    Canadian technical advisers SNC-Lavalin has appointed Craig Muir as president of its oil and gas vision based in Dubai

  • RFQ issued for Yanbu-4 IWP

    Saudi Arabia’s Water & Electricity Company has issued an RFQ for the re-tendered Yanbu-4 independent water producer project near the town of Ar Rayyis on the Red Sea coast

  • EXCLUSIVE Adviser shortlist out on Solomon Islands health PPP

    Three teams of consultants have been shortlisted to advise the Solomon Islands Government on a potential health sector PPP, IJGlobal can reveal, following a delay of nearly three months

  • Penang gives EIA approval for Pan Island Link 1

    The Department of Environment of Penang in Malaysia has given its conditional approval to the environmental impact assessment for the planned Pan Island Link 1 highway project

  • Mitsui acquires 17% of Brazilian solar DG

    Mitsui has concluded the acquisition of a 17% stake of Brazilian distributed solar power generation operator Origo Energia

  • Saudi Aramco signs to invest in Hyundai Oilbank

    A Saudi Aramco subsidiary will purchase a 17% shareholding in South Korea-based oil refining company Hyundai Oilbank

  • ACS mulls listing renewables portfolio

    Spain-based infrastructure group ACS is considering the creation of a subsidiary to hold its renewables assets, which could then be listed through an IPO