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  • September 2008

    Opic funds four in power 29 September 2008

    The Overseas Private Investment Corporation has approved four investments in equity funds targeting power and renewables development in emerging markets.

  • BNDES approves CTEEP transmission loan 26 September 2008

    Brazil's government development bank BNDES has approved a R329 million ($178 million) loan for Companhia de Transmissao de Energia Electrica Paulista

  • KSK's Chhattisgarh unaffected by Lehman 25 September 2008

    Indian firm KSK Energy Venture has announced that it is pressing ahead with its 1800MW Chhattisgarh power project in India

  • Ecuador seizes Odebrecht’s project assets 24 September 2008

    The government of Ecuador has asked its military to seize Odebrecht's assets in the country.

  • EDF wins British Energy, loses Constellation 24 September 2008

    Électricité de France has agreed to buy UK nuclear generator British Energy for £12.5 billion.

  • SEC requests EOIs for Riyadh IPP 24 September 2008

    Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) is requesting expressions of interest for the development of a 2000MW gas-fired IPP.

  • Lehman's fall sparks Bosque troubles 23 September 2008

    Arcapita's Bosque acquisition and conversion financing is one of the first project deals to be exposed to the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers.

  • India considers equity pool for power 22 September 2008

    Power Finance Corporation (PFC) is looking to set up a dedicated pool of equity to help meet the funding gap for the Indian Government's 11th power capacity plan.

  • B&B launches Peoples and Hope Gas debt 18 September 2008

    Lead arrangers BayernLB, BNP Paribas, Scotia Capital and Union Bank of California have launched the five-year financing package for Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Fund North

  • Warburg Pincus doubles up on CPV 17 September 2008

    Private equity firm Warburg Pincus will invest an additional $300 million in equity in Competitive Power Ventures.

  • Lehman news works through project structures 16 September 2008

    The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers is likely to have a limited set of impacts on project financings both closed and pending.

  • AEI cancels bond issue 12 September 2008

    Emerging markets power generator and distributor AEI has cancelled a $250 million bond issue

  • BG Group cancels Origin loan 12 September 2008

    BG Group has cancelled its $14 billion syndicated loan following the collapse of its bid for Australia's Origin Energy.

  • Chilca power financial close 12 September 2008

    Kallpa Generacion - a subsidiary of Israel Corp - has secured an $88 million loan from Scotiabank Peru to back development of a third open cycle gas power plant at Chilca in Peru.

  • HSH mandated on Montana-Alberta Tie 12 September 2008

    Tonbridge Power has mandated HSH-Nordbank as lead arranger of $99 million in debt for a transmission project between Montana in the US and Alberta in Canada.

  • KMW to mandate Ingelheimer Aue debt 12 September 2008

    Kraftwerke Mainz-Wiesbaden (KMW) looks set to mandate Deutsche Bank and Barclays to arrange debt for its Eu1.2 billion 823MW Ingelheimer Aue coal-fired plant in Mainz.

  • CLP invites bank bids on Haryana coal plant 09 September 2008

    CLP has approached banks for proposals to arrange $890 million in project debt for its Jhajjar project in India.

  • Trianel Lunen syndication launched 08 September 2008

    WestLB has launched syndication of the 23-year Eu1.31 billion ($1.86 billion) debt backing Trianel's 750MW coal-fired plant in Lunen, Germany

  • B&B mandates Peoples and Hope debt 08 September 2008

    Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Fund North America (BBIFNA) has mandated

  • Severn Power gets eight 08 September 2008

    Mandated lead arrangers Calyon, ING and Royal Bank of Scotland have brought five banks into the £475 million debt backing Welsh Power/Severn Power's 850MW Uskmouth combined-cycle gas turbine project located near Newport, Wales

  • Pampa closes expansion refinancing bonds 05 September 2008

    Pampa Energy has issued $178 million in bonds for an expansion of its 369MW Loma de la Lata power plant

  • Nevada Geothermal closes with TCW 05 September 2008

    Nevada Geothermal has closed a $180 million loan with TCW

  • Rabai closed - almost 05 September 2008

    The Eu113 million ($179 million) financing for Kenya's 88.8MW Rabai power project closed this week following a two-month delay triggered by pricing quarrels

  • Senoko Power sale completes 05 September 2008

    Lion Power Holdings - a consortium comprising Marubeni, GDF Suez, Kansai Electric Power and Kyushu Electric Power - has won the auction for Temasek's Senoko Power with an offer of S$3.65 billion ($2.5 billion

  • Sumitomo acquires Shuweihat 1 IWPP stake 05 September 2008

    Sumitomo has purchased 20% of the Shuweihat 1 IWPP project company from Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa).

  • Bulgaria may re-bid Gorda Arda hydro 03 September 2008

    The Bulgarian government is considering procuring the Gorda Arda hyrdro power project and Tundja dam under a new concession agreement.

  • Himachal Pradesh hydro project awarded 03 September 2008

    The Himachal Pradesh state government in India has awarded the Youngthang Khab hydro electric power plant project to Gammon Infrastructure Projects

  • Bara and Karchhana RFQ pulls 23 responses 02 September 2008

    Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation's (UPPC) third RFQ for the 1320MW Karchhana and the 1980MW Bara thermal power projects in Allahabad

  • Duke's Brazil genco launches local bonds 01 September 2008

    Duke Energy's Brazilian generating company is set to launch a R300 million ($184 million) domestic bond refinancing.

  • Beyond finance 01 September 2008

    At a time when highly-geared infrastructure investors are deleveraging through asset sales, GMR is rapidly expanding with a 50% acquisition of Intergen. Paul Smith talks strategy and success with Ranjit Murugason CEO of GMR International.

  • Foot to the floor 01 September 2008

    The Asia-Pacific region lacks supplies of neither debt nor equity. But government needs to do a better job of luring in the suppliers. By Conor McCoole, head of project finance, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank.

  • Power 01 September 2008

    Severn gets eight

  • Puget Energy: Macquarie pays up 01 September 2008

    Foreign and financial buyers of US utilities can expect a tough time from state regulators. Sceptical regulators have derailed at least one acquisition, Babcock & Brown's tilt for Northwestern. The only major financial sponsor's acquisition to go through has been a Macquarie-led consortium's $3.15 b...

  • Rijnmond 1 refi: Difficult but done 01 September 2008

    The hurdles Calyon faced as lead underwriter on the club deal for Intergen's Eu514 million ($727 million) 790MW Rijnmond 1 CCGT refinancing, give an insight into the potentially bigger difficulties for sole underwriter HSBC as it launches the Eu400 million Rijnmond 2 debt to market.

  • Sugar not sweet 01 September 2008

    Despite promising economics, Brazilian ethanol producers face lender wariness that their output is neither stable nor sustainable. A new wave of US investors is showing fewer scruples, but struggles to adapt to a sugar-driven pricing regime. John Rumsey reports.

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