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IJGlobal North America Reports

  • IJGlobal’s Project Finance Infrastructure Review H1 2014

    IJGlobal’s First Half 2014 Review is the first that we have produced since the merger of Infrastructure Journal and Project Finance Magazine, and draws on our improved and expanded database.

  • Global PPP Market Review

    Global economic conditions have improved, and global infrastructure investment rose, in 2013. But at the same time PPP investment declined, particularly for new-build projects with high construction costs. As a result, the global PPP market is now in its third year of decline, and the number of project financings to close in the market continues to fall.

  • IJGlobal Infrastructure Outlook - Market Views

    IJGlobal’s inaugural infrastructure market outlook report, with views and insights from the industry leaders across the globe

  • Pricing Trends

    A series of short analyses of pricing in select regions and sectors

  • Canada power and renewables market – 2005-2012

    This paper looks at Canada power and renewables market between 2005-2012 and is designed to provide some context for the discussions of the Fifth Annual Canadian Power Finance Conference

  • IJ 2013 Global Project Finance Infrastructure Market Review – A Year of Recovery

    In 2013 the global infrastructure finance market recovered as both deal value and deal count went up. IJ records show that the total investments in global infrastructure reached US$280 billion, which was a 51 per cent increase from the preceding year. A total of 548 deals reached financial close, up by 30 per cent.

  • The US Infrastructure Market Analysis 2013

    When it comes to infrastructure, the US is a curious beast. Whilst the shale explosion continues to offer opportunities both nationally and internationally, US transport and other infrastructure sectors seem rooted to the spot.

  • The Changing Role of ECAs and DFIs

    ECAs and DFIs have long been a staple of the infrastructure finance, supporting and supplementing commercial lending where appropriate. However, in a slow post crisis economic climate these institutions have become ever more prominent in global energy and infrastructure projects.

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