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  • March 2008

    B&B enters Texas transmission market 28 March 2008

    Babcock & Brown has filed a notice of intent with the Texas Public Utility Commission to form Tejas Transmission LLC. If approved, the new regulated utility will tender to build and operate transmission lines to bring renewable energy from West Texas to more populated areas of the state.

  • Intergen's Rijnmond 2 debt out to syndication 28 March 2008

    Syndication of Intergen's Rijnmond 2 IPP debt is underway and will be followed by the refinancing of Rijnmond 1

  • Origin Energy revolver clinched 28 March 2008

    The Origin Energy A$1.595 billion ($1.46 billion) equivalent loan to fund growth capex - including the Darling Downs Power Station project and further

  • Ras Laffan C debt out 28 March 2008

    The bank market is mulling over the Ras Laffan C IWPP financing which was launched 27 March. Banks have four weeks to submit their commitments, with the deadline on 25 April.

  • Sohar IWPP refinanced 28 March 2008

    The $450 million refinancing of the now operational  Sohar IWPP, originally financed in 2004 for $550 million, has signed with three of the original line-up - Bayerische Landesbank, BNP Paribas and Natixis - replaced by Calyon, DZ Bank and CIC.

  • LS and Luminus declare victory on TransAlta 19 March 2008

    LS Power and Luminus Asset Management have withdrawn their slate of directors for the board of TransAlta Corporation.

  • Termovalle up for sale 18 March 2008

    K&M International Power has retained JPMorgan to explore the sale of the Termovalle power project in Colombia.

  • GCC IWPP tender rush 12 March 2008

    The bid date for the 1500-1600MW 100 million g/d Shuweihat 2 IWPP - tendered by ADWEA with HSBC advising - has been put back to 28 April.

  • Griffin Energy's Bluewaters IPP debt nears market 12 March 2008

    The A$1.015 billion ($940 million) debt facilities backing Griffin Energy's Bluewaters power project in Western Australia will launch into syndication on 17 March.

  • Liaoning Nuclear signs 12 March 2008

    Liaoning Hongyanhe Nuclear Power has signed a Rmb39.5 billion ($5.5 billion) loan via sole bookrunner Bank of China

  • International Power and Endesa secure Elecgas debt 10 March 2008

    International Power (IP) and Endesa have signed the offtake and engineering and procurement contracts for the Elecgas gas-fired power project in Portugal and reached financial close

  • More Turkish hydro debt closes 10 March 2008

    Senerji Energy - a subsidiary of Soyak -  has secured a $230 million project facility via Akbank for the 80MW Gullubag hydroelectric power project (HPP) on the Coruh river in Erzurum and the 45MW Bayramhacili HPP on the Kizilirmak river in Kayseri.

  • Trianel mandates Lunen IPP debt arranger 08 March 2008

    WestLB has been awarded the arranging mandate for Trianel's Eu1.4 billion ($2.2 billion) 747MW Lunen coal-fired independent power plant financing - beating bids from two groups, one comprising RBS (also financial adviser to Trianel) with KfW, Commerzbank and Helaba, and the second featuring Dexia, B...

  • Kelson buys Channelview 06 March 2008

    Kelson Energy has agreed to buy the Channelview gas-fired project out of bankruptcy proceedings.

  • Three mandated on Severn Power 05 March 2008

    Welsh Power Group/Carron Energy has mandated Calyon, ING and Royal Bank of Scotland as lead arrangers of a £550 million ($1.08 billion) financing.

  • Sleeves and tricks 01 March 2008

    Traditional bank structures do not always allow participants in deregulated energy markets to monetise their assets properly. But credit sleeves and other energy commodity structures may allow them wider access to credit. By Robert Stephens.

  • Domestic power 01 March 2008

    The next generation of independent power projects (IPPs) is moving ahead in India, as domestic sponsors move to the forefront with the first of the Ultra Mega projects nearing financial close. By Michael Marray.

  • People & Places 01 March 2008

    Monolines hit by downgrades Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poor's have made several downgrades of monoline insurers. On 7 February Moody's downgraded SCA, parent...

  • Power 01 March 2008

    Calpine emerges from Chapter 11

  • Termovalle: Cali creation 01 March 2008

    K&M International Power has completed a second refinancing of the Termovalle power project in Colombia. The most recent deal – a $69 million loan led by Lehman Brothers – cements K&M's control of the project. It also marks the return of the team behind 90s sponsor KMR Power to the developer fold.

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