The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has decided to fund directly the unbundled 478km North-South Railway line with overseas development aid and will no longer procure it as a PPP
In the impending US presidential election, the stakes are quite possibly as high as they’ve ever been, and the potential for disruption in the energy sector appears to be, well, as one of the candidate would put it: “yuge”
Q1 2016 is the first quarter for which IJGlobal is publishing infrastructure finance tables...
In addition to being home to Asia’s most well-developed and liberalised energy market, the Philippines is probably the first emerging economy in the region that has managed to marry a strong independent power producer (IPP) sector with a relatively successful PPP programme
The Netherlands, one of the most mature and stable infrastructure markets in Europe, has continued to place emphasis on development of its transportation and energy infrastructure this year. The country continues to augment the competitiveness and quality of its ports and roads and moving forward a number of social infrastructure projects, supported by experienced public procurement agencies.
In 2012 European infrastructure investment suffered significantly from the region’s deteriorated economic situation
The balance of power in this subsector of the oil & gas infrastructure market is rapidly tipping in favour of the East.