Qatargas 4 is the last of the Qatar's massive Qatargas series of integrated gas and LNG development projects worth a total of US$30 billion. With the US$6 billion project, the tiny Arab state has reaches the conclusion of its highly-successful LNG program
As renewables projects go, the 20MW solar photovoltaic Solaris energy park serves as a pathfinder project, financed through the capital markets and benefiting from the highest tariff available for the technology in Spain
In late April, Brazil's construction champions Camargo Correa, Andrade Gutierrez and Queiroz Galvao once again stormed the transport market in Peru with the financial close of the US$562 million Intersur toll road - writes Vander Caceres
The Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund (MKIF) has closed the refinancing of its existing US$96 million loan facility in South Korea - the Daegu East Circulation Road Company (DECRC) - a concession company which operates the Daegu 4th Beltway
The eastern Indian state of Orissa reached financial close for a greenfield all-weather deep port at a location north of River Dhamra signing a loan agreement with a consortium of lenders who have agreed to part-finance the project cost of US$565 million
Nakilat Inc's US$4.3 billion LNG vessel financing is the latest big ticket deal to have reached financial close bolstering Qatar's impressive efforts to monetise gas from its giant North Field in the Persian Gulf. The transaction is the first of two insta
A brand new financing model, a team of international players and a tense bidding process make up for a groundbreaking deal in Europe - the €978 million Ostregion PPP Package 1 road project, Austria's first pure PPP
The financial close of South African miner Gold Fields Limited's (GFL) US$340 million Cerro Corona gold and copper mining project sets down the latest milestone in the project financed metals mining boom
Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund has closed a US$130 million transport transaction in Korea - the north-Asian country is opening great investment possibilities for project finance in transport and other sectors, after going through an intense phase leg
Energy Developments Ltd (EDL) has closed the refinancing of its 10 operational English landfill gas-to-energy (GTE) sites, taking advantage of an improved power market and international hunger for such debt
Limerick road tunnel is one of the largest infrastructure projects to close to date in Ireland and has set a benchmark for global transport projects for an interesting financing structure involving the first use of a conduit facility - writes Angus Leslie
Spring 2006 saw the Viridis Clean Energy Group - an Australian investment fund - secure ownership of a portfolio of power plants fueled with landfill gas in England, Scotland and Wales. By the end of the summer, Viridis had tied up project financing for t
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