AES Panama has closed the country's largest ever private financing. $275 million of limited recourse funds have been raised by a syndicate of local and international banks to back the expansion of the Bayano plant and construction of Eesti facilities. Both are hydroelectric generating plants. The de...
Can the new approach of the Turkish Constitutional Court save the country's power projects? By Mehtap Y?ld?r?m-Öztürk and
S. Sebnem Önder of Çakmak Ortak Avukat Bürosu
Egyptian and Tunisian deals are back after a two-year hiatus.
But have risk perceptions and structural obstacles changed?
By Mary Watkins.
Iranian state energy companies are slowly moving forward on financing-friendly concession structures, but geopolitics threatens further progress. Earl Scawby looks at the forbidding landscape for projects in the region.
Vanilla project finance structures have returned to the US Power market ? for peaker plants. Could this asset dash leave bankers more exposed?
By Tom Nelthorpe.
01 October 2002
InterGen closes peaker financing