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  • August 2008

    Gas Natural Union Fenosa debt launch 29 August 2008

    Gas Natural is to launch senior syndication of its Eu19 billion ($27.8 billion) Union Fenosa acquisition debt next week

  • Borasco announces new power plant 29 August 2008

    Borasco Elektrik - a partnership comprising OMV (60%), Lehman Brothers (25%) and MET Group (15%) - has announced plans to develop a Eu500 million 890MW gas-fired power station in Turkey's Black Sea region of Samsum

  • GDF Suez and GIC win Al Dur IWPP 28 August 2008

    GDF SUEZ and Gulf Investment Corporation (GIC) have signed the project agreements for the Al Dur IWPP in Bahrain

  • Trans-Elect's Intertie sparks interest 28 August 2008

    Transmission developer Trans-Elect has received two expressions of interest to an open season on its Wyoming-Colorado Intertie

  • BBP sells Tamar and launches 28 August 2008

    Babcock & Brown Power has sold its Tamar power project at a loss, as its corporate refinancing launches into syndication.

  • Gener's Angamos launches 26 August 2008

    ABN Amro and BNP Paribas have launched the $1.06 billion financing for AES Gener's Angamos financing to market.

  • Temasek's Senoko lures staple banks 26 August 2008

    Temasek Holdings' sale of the Senoko Power portfolio has attracted two stapled financing packages

  • GMR-Intergen bank syndicate forming 21 August 2008

    Five banks are supporting GMR's $1.1 billion corporate facility for the 50% purchase of Intergen.

  • Trans-Allegheny closes 21 August 2008

    Allegheny Energy has closed the $550 million financing for its share of the Trans-Allegheny Interstate Line (TrAIL) power transmission project.

  • Astoria Energy II looks to mandate 21 August 2008

    Astoria Energy is in the market with an $800 miilion-plus bond or debt arranging mandate for its second 500MW plant (Astoria Energy II) at Bowery Bay/Steinway industrial complex in New York

  • Plutonic lines up bid package 15 August 2008

    Plutonic Power Corporation and GE Energy Financial Services are planning to bid jointly to develop a 1,000MW hydroelectric plant in the Toba and Bute inlets in British Columbia.

  • PLN seeks debt for coal-fired plant 15 August 2008

    The Indonesian state utility Perusahaan Umum Listrik Negara (PLN) is seeking $120 million in debt financing .

  • Thai Gheco-One IPP due to close 14 August 2008

    The Gheco-One independent power project in Bangkok is due to reach financial close imminently.

  • Enecogen IPP financing moves forward 14 August 2008

    Sponsors of the 845MW Enecogen CCGT in the Netherlands, Eneco and International Power, are finalising the EPC contract with Siemens before naming lead arrangers by mid-September.

  • Rijnmond 2 IPP rejigged for relaunch 12 August 2008

    HSBC will launch a restructured Eu400 million ($595 million) refinancing of Rijnmond 2 IPP in the Netherlands to the bank market before September

  • PP10 financial close 12 August 2008

    Financing for Saudi Electricity Company's (SEC) SR11.5 billion ($3.1 billion) PP10 power plant near Riyadh has reached financial close.

  • Pemex to tender first IPP 12 August 2008

    Pemex is set to launch the tender for its first IPP concession (Nuevo Pemex) on 26 August - a 300MW cogen plant that will power a refinery

  • Powertek asks for Bibiyana IPP guarantee 11 August 2008

    The future of the 450MW Bibiyana IPP in Bangladesh is in doubt after a request by the Powertek consortium that the government provides a $15 million guarantee to cover EPC costs if the project is pulled before financial close.

  • Braemar 2 club closed 06 August 2008

    The A$365 million ($333 million) debt backing the NewGen Braemar 2 power project in Australia closed at the end of July on a club basis

  • Ras Laffan C IWPP signs 06 August 2008

    The Qatari IWPP project Ras Laffan C has reached financial close.

  • Paiton 3 moves forward 06 August 2008

    PT Paiton Energy - jointly owned by Mitsui (36%), IPM Eagle LLP (45%, a partnership consisting of International Power plc and Mitsui), Tokyo Electric Power Company (14%) and PT BHP (5%) - has signed a

  • PJM to launch control centre financing 05 August 2008

    The independent operator of the PJM power system plans to borrow up to $115 million

  • Serra do Facão hydro bond scrapped 04 August 2008

    The sponsors of the Serra do Facão hydroelectric power project in Brazil have abandoned plans for a R140 million ($90 million) project bond issue.

  • AEI's Jaguar nears market 04 August 2008

    The Inter-American Development Bank, BNP Paribas, Mizuho Corporate Bank and Scotia Capital are close to finalising roughly $445 million in debt financing

  • Allegheny line gains West Virginia approval 04 August 2008

    Public Service Commission of West Virginia has approved Allegheny Energy's plans

  • Exeltium back on 01 August 2008

    The European Commission has given its approval to the Exeltium nuclear power financing

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Kuala-Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail PPP Project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > High-speed rail
Country Asia > Malaysia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Financial advisor mandated
Perth Stadium PPP project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Leisure/Stadia > Stadia
Country Asia Pacific > Australia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Preferred bidder
IJmond Sea Lock PPP Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > Port
Country Europe - EU > Netherlands
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Tender launched
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