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  • October 2005

    Astraeus wind financing adds first expansion project 28 October 2005

    The first expansion project has been added to the groundbreaking Astraeus wind portfolio financing closed in March this year for Renewable Energy Systems (RES) in the UK.

  • InterGen acquisition nears close 28 October 2005

    Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays Capital are close to completing the $1.075 billion financing for the InterGen international portfolio acquisition by AIG and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. The syndication, run almost exclusively through the lead arrangers' London offices, will be complete when a...

  • MEIF's EPR acquisition facility in syndication 28 October 2005

    Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund's  (MEIF) £137.7 million non-recourse  facility, backing its £80 million acquisition of Energy Power Resources (EPR) in early 2005, has reached financial close.

  • REH closes German wind farm acquisition facility 28 October 2005

    Financing has closed on Renewable Energy Holding's (REH) Eu48.5 million acquisition of two wind farms in Germany from EDF Energies Nouvelles S.A.

  • Shouaiba IWPP comes to market 28 October 2005

    Bank roadshows for the Shouaiba IWPP debt package start on 29 October in Riyadh.

  • Loy Yang mandates refi 19 October 2005

    Loy Yang Power Projects has mandated 10 banks to lead arrange and underwrite its A$2.36 billion refinancing. The joint lead arranger are: ABN Amro, ANZ Investment Bank, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Calyon, Mizuho Corporate Bank, National Australia Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking ...

  • Reliant NY buyers mandate 18 October 2005

    US Power Generating and Madison Dearborn have mandated four banks to provide financing for their purchase of the Reliant New York power assets. BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, will arrange an acquisition facility  to back the $975 million purchase of three power pla...

  • Bangladesh power project proposal 12 October 2005

    Asia Energy Corporation, a subsidiary of UK-based Asia Energy, has put forward a proposal to the Government of Bangladesh for the development of a 500MW coal-fired plant – the Phulbari Power Project – at the Phulbari coal mine site.

  • Jebel Ali L power closes 07 October 2005

    Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co. has closed a $325 million export financing for the Jebel Ali power and desalination project in Dubai. Hyundai, along with Impregilo subsidiary Fisia Italimpianti, hold the engineering procurement and construction contract to build the 1,200MW power and 80 m...

  • Boston Generating closes 06 October 2005

    K Road power has closed the $500 million recapitalisation of the Boston Generating portfolio. The deal formalises the hedge funds' assumption of control of the assets, and provides them with a more stable capital structure. The plants, originally developed by Sithe Energies and then sold with Si...

  • Breton wind farm closes 06 October 2005

    Financing has closed on Agrupacion Eolica's Eu11.3 million 9MW Gueltas Noyal Pontivy wind farm project in Brittany, France.

  • Osaka buys out ArcLight 06 October 2005

    Osaka Gas has bought out ArcLight Energy Partners' Fort Point Power portfolio. The deal is Osaka's second in the US, and follows its purchase of a stake in the Tenaska Gateway project in June 2004. The vehicle for the purchase was Osaka Gas Energy America, through holding company Gas And Power I...

  • NRG bulks back up 04 October 2005

    NRG Energy has agreed to buy the Texas Genco generating portfolio from its current private equity owners. NRG will pay $4 billion in cash, $1.8 billion in stock, and assume the genco's $2.5 billion in non-recourse debt. Morgan Stanley and Citigroup have committed to provide the financing for the...

  • Reliant - no New York 03 October 2005

    Reliant Energy has sold three New York City power projects to Madison Dearborn and US Power Generating Company for $975 million. Reliant acquired the plants when it bought Orion Power in 2002, but will likely book a $160 million loss on the sale. Consolidated Edison sold plants in 1999 as part o...

  • Banking overload? 01 October 2005

    New lenders are plugging into Italian power and high liquidity is pushing debt pricing to new lows. But is there the volume to sustain the growing lending market and for how long? By Paul Smith

  • Power 01 October 2005

    NRG bulks back up

  • Prom dates 01 October 2005

    Gazprom has promised a raft of new LNG financings as part of its bid to become a player in non-European gas markets. But past form, and current signals from management, suggest that lucrative project deals are not likely to feature. By Tom Nelthorpe.

  • Saltend: Back to merchant? 01 October 2005

    Syndication has closed on the £315 million project debt backing International Power/Mitsui's (70/30 respectively) £500 million acquisition of the 1,200MW Saltend Cogeneration plant from Calpine – the first UK merchant deal since the collapse of the price pool.

  • Thermal North America: Hot to trot 01 October 2005

    Sowood Commodity Partners Fund II has completed a $312 million financing for the Thermal North America (TNA) portfolio. TNA consists of a number of district heating and cooling systems (DHCS) and a cogeneration project. The financing provides a rare chance for lenders to gain exposure to revenue...

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