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  • September 2005

    Calpine's woes spark more selling 23 September 2005

    Calpine Corporation is facing a renewed crisis of confidence in its liquidity positions. The Bank of New York, trustee for some of Calpine's bondholders, is withholding proceeds of asset sales until Calpine resolves its disputes with bondholders. The dispute is holding up a proposed Morgan Stanl...

  • Thermal North America launches 22 September 2005

    Lehman Brothers is launching a $312 million financing for Sowood Commodity Partners' Thermal North America (TNA) portfolio. TNA's assets consist of the Gray's Ferry cogeneration project and a number of district cooling and heating systems (DCHS) in Baltimore, Boston, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, ...

  • Timetable slips for Modugno and EGL 22 September 2005

    The scheduled closes for Energia's Modugno CCGT plant and EGL's Rizziconi and Salerno plants has slipped. Both Modugno and Rizziconi are now likely to be wrapped up at the end of the year. Energia's 760MW Modugno plant, originally slated for financial close in late Autumn, is the sponsor's sec...

  • Belchatow II mandated 19 September 2005

    Citigroup, Fortis and ING have been mandated to arrange the debt facilities for the Belchatow II power plant modernisation in Poland.

  • Drax refinancing mandated 19 September 2005

    Barclays, Commerzbank and ING have been mandated to arrange a refinancing loan of just under £900 million for the Drax power plant in the UK.

  • GE buys third German wind farm 15 September 2005

    GE Energy Financial Services has announced the acquisition of the 55MW Alsleben project, one of Germany's largest wind farms, from EAB Technology Group at an estimated cost of Eu70 million.

  • Saltend syndication closes 07 September 2005

    Syndication has closed on the £275 million debt project debt backing International Power/Mitsui's acquisition of the 1,200MW Saltend plant in the from Calpine.

  • Second time lucky for Patnow II 02 September 2005

    Financing for the Patnow II power project in Poland has been signed. Patnow II is a 460MW lignite-fired facility and the deal is the largest financing for a power plant in Poland over the past five years. The Eu630 million project is structured with a 50-50 debt-equity split. The main tranche of E...

  • Islamic blending 01 September 2005

    Islamic finance offers a broader range of options for project lending in the Middle East than ever before. But as secondary markets in Islamic instruments develop, is there room under Shariah to develop sophisticated project finance add-ons or alternatives? By Susan Traill

  • La Paloma: The circle is Complete 01 September 2005

    Complete Energy has closed the acquisition of the La Paloma power project, using a B loan from Morgan Stanley and WestLB. La Paloma, an efficient gas-fired asset located in California, has witnessed several changes in ownership over the last three years, from developer, to banks, to Complete Ene...

  • Neptune: Subbing subsea 01 September 2005

    SG has closed a $550 million private placement backing the construction of the Neptune subsea transmission cable project. The financing is the first for a transmission, or wires, asset, since the Path 15 financing in 2003. The deal, which features solid offtake and construction packages, sold do...

  • Power 01 September 2005

    Caithness Coso closes

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