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  • May 2008

    Broadway Gen refinancing in syndication 30 May 2008

    Syndication is underway on the $400 million debt to refinance LS Power's Broadway Gen Funding.

  • Eight banks confirmed for Kleen Energy Systems' Middletown project 29 May 2008

    Eight banks - BNP Paribas, Dexia, HSH Nordbank, ING Capital, Natixis, Scotia Capital, Union Bank of California and WestLB - have confirmed participation in senior syndication of the $1.15 billion financing backing Kleen Energy Systems'

  • Invenergy closes combined wind debt 29 May 2008

    UniCredit/HVB has closed parallel syndications for Invenergy - a $300 million financing for the 150MW McAdoo Wind Energy project

  • Topaz retail close put back 29 May 2008

    Morgan Stanley has pushed back the commitment deadline for retail syndication of the $840 million debt backing the 1.4 GW Topaz Power

  • 20 MLAs join Ras Laffan C 27 May 2008

    Nineteen banks have joined financial advisor Royal Bank of Scotland as mandated lead arrangers on the commercial and ECA debt backing the $3.9 billion Ras Laffan C IWPP in Qatar

  • Masbate debt facility signs 27 May 2008

    CGA Mining has signed a $80.3 million facility with BNP Paribas and Standard Chartered for the development of its Masbate Gold Project in the Philippines.

  • Zorlu takes out loan for Russian plants 27 May 2008

    Turkish company Zorlu Enerji has taken out a $500 million syndicated loan to help finance two Russian power projects.

  • HSBC wins Eskom advisory 26 May 2008

    HSBC has been appointed financial advisor to South Africa's Eskom for its IPP program - the first development of generation through the private sector in South Africa.

  • Moscow electricity grid debuts in loan market 23 May 2008

    The $300 million debut loan for the Moscow electricity grid, Moesk, has received a good response and is set to close oversubscribed

  • NRG moves on Calpine 23 May 2008

    NRG Energy has made an unsolicited offer to buy Calpine Corporation, for roughly $11.3 billion in shares.

  • Inga 3 feasibility studies out 19 May 2008

    The promoters of the Inga hydroelectric scheme have lined up a loan from the African Development Bank to finance a detailed feasibility

  • Thermo Ft Lupton launches 19 May 2008

    Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and WestLB have launched the $215 million financing for the Thermo Ft Lupton acquisition to market

  • Topaz closes 19 May 2008

    Dexia, ING, Natixis and Morgan Stanley have closed the $740 million debt financing for the Topaz repowering project

  • SPAC moves on Complete Energy 17 May 2008

    Complete Energy has agreed to be taken over by a special purpose acquisition company called GSC Acquistion Co

  • IP moves on peaker portfolio 16 May 2008

    International Power has agreed to buy 1,857MW in peaking capacity from a Tenaska/Warburg Pincus joint venture. IP is paying $856.4 million for the plants, and funding this, and $39 million in transaction costs, through a $434 million RBS-led non-recourse loan and $461 million in equity. According to...

  • Suez tipped for Shuweihat 2 15 May 2008

    Suez Energy has been tipped as the frontrunner to win the 1.6 GW/100 migd Shuweihat 2 IWPP and is in the process of securing a $2.2 billion debt package via BayernLB, Calyon and Natixis.

  • IFM completes first phase of ConEd acquisition 14 May 2008

    Industry Funds Management has completed the first phase of the $1.477 billion acquisition of Consolidated Edison's unregulated generation portfolio.

  • OmanPWP appoints Barka 3 financial advisory 08 May 2008

    Oman Power & Water Procurement Company (OmanPWP) has appointed Bank Muscat to work alongside Project Financing Solutions as financial adviser for its Barka 3 IWPP

  • DEWA back with second securitization 07 May 2008

    State-owned Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) is back in the market with a second $1 billion drawdown on its dollar-denominated callable floating rate note programme

  • Terna closes Sardinia cable 07 May 2008

    Terna has closed a Eu300 million loan with the EIB for an undersea transmission cable

  • BG mandates on Origin 06 May 2008

    BG Group has mandated four banks to arrange the debt financing for its proposed acquisition of Origin Energy in Australia.

  • Kepco plots new Dominican venture 05 May 2008

    Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) has signed a joint venture agreement with Dominican generator Haina for a new coal-fired plant.

  • Huaneng Power's Tuas debt to syndication 02 May 2008

    Mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners BNP Paribas, Calyon, DBS Bank, OCBC and SMBC have launched syndication of the S$2.25 billion

  • Estreito: Longer and leaner 01 May 2008

    A consortium led by Suez Energy, with Vale, Alcoa and Camargo Correa, closed the financing for its Rs3.2 billion ($1.89 billion) Estreito hydroelectric plant in Brazil in March 2008. The financing is the largest to date under the BNDES Programme for the Acceleration of Growth (PAC), which fast track...

  • Kleen Energy: LICAP's heir 01 May 2008

    Goldman Sachs has launched the $1.15 billion construction financing for the Kleen Energy power project to retail syndication. The financing is a rarity in the north-eastern US, since it benefits from a strong contract with a local utility. But several quirks in the deal, including its construction r...

  • Node surprises 01 May 2008

    Chile's energy sector has been booming, as generators and consumers rush to replace Argentina's interrupted supply. The 2004 sector restructuring has left the country's sector healthier than ever, and is making banks salivate. Tom Nelthorpe reports

  • Power 01 May 2008

    Topaz repowering launches

  • Privatization at what cost? 01 May 2008

    Turkey has kick-started its privatization programme again after postponement last election year. But will it get the asset pricing it is hoping for? By Ty Turner.

  • Redirected energies 01 May 2008

    Sithe Global, one of the most storied names of the 1990s independent power project boom, is back. Does its Bujagali financing signal a new approach or business as before? Catherine McGuirk talks to Thomas DeLeo, Sithe's chief operating officer.

  • Three mandated for InterGen's TransAlta refinancing 01 May 2008

    Calyon, Export Development Canada and WestLB have been mandated to lead the $310 million financing of InterGen's TransAlta Mexico acquisition.

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