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  • January 2002

    Asset light 01 January 2002

    The New South Wales government is selling off electricity trading rights, not physical assets. But, post-Enron, investors are looking for physical backbone for trading operations. By Dominic Jones

  • Enwrong 01 January 2002

    Enron's bankruptcy is a neat bookend to a year when portfolio managers' attention has been more intense than ever before. In a year when PG&E, California, ERCOT and turbine exposures all came under scrutiny, Enron exposure now presents another painful task for banks attempting to fill their books before year-end. But the fall of the asset-light darling of the US stock market may eventually provide a useful fillip for project financiers attempting to pitch the classic model to clients and their own credit committees.

  • Lease worst option 01 January 2002

    US power sponsors are staying in the leasing market, despite doubts about the leveraged lease's flexibility, and investor anxiety about accounting-driven structures. And synthetics are threatened by declining corporate credit quality. Tom Nelthorpe reports.

  • Pay to play 01 January 2002

    El Paso was initially singled out as the next Enron by nervous commentators. But quick action, structural enhancements and increased pricing still got two deals done. By Tom Nelthorpe

  • PG&E NEG: Back from the brink 01 January 2002

    Mandated lead arrangers SG and Citigroup have launched retail syndication on a $1.075 billion portfolio financing for PG&E's National Energy Group (NEG). The deal stands out on two counts. The first is that it reached primary close with commitments from eight further institutions at a time when seve...

  • Power News 01 January 2002

    Termobahia opens Brazil for power

  • Shuweihat stuns 01 January 2002

    The United Arab Emirates' largest project financing to date ? Abu Dhabi's $1.6 billion, 1500MW Shuweihat independent water and power project (IWPP) ? closed successfully in December, 2001. It is the third and most substantial component yet of the Emirate's ambitious IWPP program, spearheaded by the ...

  • Too hot to handle 01 January 2002

    Can a new electricity law revive India's comatose power market? International lenders and sponsors are still wary. Taimur Ahmad reports.

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