The successful investors in the new £4.2 billion ($6.5 billion) Thames Tideway Tunnel sewer in London have achieved construction phase stable returns for investors and a cost of capital well below the industry average at 2.497%, all under a bespoke regulatory regime
The Calais Port 2015 project marks the seventh use of the European Investment Bank’s project bond credit enhancement (PBCE) pilot programme and in addition is another enormous private placement taken entirely by Allianz Global Investors during construction at €504 million ($554 million)
Against the fanfare of Australia's state privatisation programmes, APA Group in June 2015 closed its $4.6 billion acquisition of the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) pipeline from BG Group with minimal fuss
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