Entergy has closed a $577 million deal backing recently acquired
nuclear facilities. As well as taking the sponsor closer to its aim
of dominance within the US nuclear industry, it has also been
billed as the first nuclear project financing. The deal is some
distance from a vanilla structure how...
Perryville shuffles through syndication, but Mirant wants
PSEG Power has closed an $822 million portfolio financing for its
midwest assets ? the first such deal since the spin-off of the
generation company from his utility parent, Public Service
Enterprise Group. The deal shares several features with the recent
Panda/Teco deal, not least the apparently...
The $160 million loan for Qatar's Ras Abu Fontas B phase one
expansion project signed on 15 August, ushering in yet another
successful deal in this year's most active Gulf project market.
Eight banks joined the club deal, which, at 17 years, flaunts the
longest tenor in Qatar's history.
Can Ukraine break the cycle of debt and corruption that
continue to stifle its power market? AES and VEZ say yes.
The reality is a mute maybe. By Simon Pirani
Italy's first project financed PPP, Eu61 million of debt for the
Tecnoborgo waste-to-energy project at Piacenza closed on July 27.
The project company is a joint venture between the local
public-sector waste-collection company, TESA and CGEA Onyx, a
subsidiary of Vivendi Environment. With the mu...