The road to the realisation of Freeport LNG in the US is one with many twists and turns - but with construction advanced and financing secure, the project will become one of the first of a new wave of LNG import terminals for the power-hungry US market in
Cerro Verde’s US$850 million mine expansion financing included the largest project financing for a mining project in Latin America in 2005 – US$450 million. In doing so it brought together Japanese export credit agency JBIC commercial banks, kfW – with a
The €325m (US$385m) Barcelona Judicial Courts PPP project is the pioneer of non-road project finance in Spain. Even if it closed on at the end of last year, its path since it was awarded more than two years ago is that of a true pathfinder deal in the Ibe
When the MoD closed the UK's Skynet 5 - the country's largest PFI project of all time - it was immediately apparent that it needed to be bigger yet. And that was what prompted its restructure. A value-for-money, cutting edge refinancing was exactly what t
The question of water - where should it be obtained from, who should manage it, how much is really needed - has long got people hot under the collar in the Middle East and Israel is no exception. But with the start of operations at Ashkelon - the Israeli
Transform Schools – the PFI consortium made up of Balfour Beatty and Innisfree – has closed one of the UK’s largest grouped school projects to date, the ambitious £135m Bassetlaw in the English Midlands,
The US$498 million Sea to Sky highway improvement project stands out as a milestone for the Canadian province of British Columbia as one of its first motorway upgrade PPP projects, writes Edward Berry.
The 1,070MW Nam Theun 2 hydro project in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic stands out as one of the most innovative pieces of project financing for a number of reasons, not least because it is one of the most completx examples of PPP in Asia
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