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  • August 2008

    M80 banks in place 29 August 2008

    The debt facility backing Transport for Scotland's £200 million 30-year M80 DBFO concession has banks in place and is expected to close shortly

  • Sabiha Gokcen syndication launched 29 August 2008

    Syndication of the 13.5 year Eu336 million ($495 million) debt backing the Sabiha Gokcen Airport project in Istanbul has launched

  • OHL closes second bridge loan for Brazil roads 27 August 2008

    OHL has closed a second bridge loan to finance its five federal roads concessions in Brazil

  • Angel Trains signed 27 August 2008

    The £2.21 billion ($4.04 billion) loan backing Babcock & Brown's takeover of Angel Trains from RBS has signed after closing oversubscribed

  • Florida shortlists all six for Alligator Alley 26 August 2008

    The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has shortlisted all six of the bidders for a proposed lease of the Alligator Alley

  • All three Jackson airport connector bidders shortlisted 22 August 2008

    The Mississippi Department of Transportation has prequalified all three of the bidders

  • Lekki-Epe Expressway financial close next week 21 August 2008

    The $123 million-equivalent naira-denominated 12-year project debt backing the Lekki-Epe Expressway PPP project in Nigeria will reach financial close

  • Ennore Port tender delayed 20 August 2008

    The tender for the Rp13 billion ($300 million) Ennore Port terminal project in India has been delayed by a legal challenge to the shortlisting procedure.

  • BAA refinances, but faces breakup 20 August 2008

    The UK Competition Commission has suggested that Ferrovial sell three of its subsidiary BAA's airports.

  • Advisers appointed on Sydney north-west metro 19 August 2008

    The government of New South Wales, Australia, has selected Ernst & Young and Macquarie as financial advisers on its approximately A$12 billion ($10.4 billion) Sydney north-west metro project.

  • Pennsylvania considers PPP for Mon-Fayette Expressway 19 August 2008

    The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is to hold an information meeting to discuss a PPP concession of the unfinished Mon-Fayette Expressway and Southern Beltway tolled highways near Pittsburgh.

  • Mississippi attracts three for Jackson airport link 14 August 2008

    The Mississippi Department of Transportation has received three responses to its request for qualifications for a 50-yearconcession of a new airport-link toll road in Jackson.

  • Philadelphia issues greenfield port RFQ 13 August 2008

    The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority have issued a request for qualifications for a new container terminal concession.

  • Serbia seeks multilateral financing for terminated concession 12 August 2008

    The Serbian government is said to be seeking up to Eu1.7 billion ($2.5 billion) in multilateral financing from the EIB and IFC for a number of rail and roads projects across the country.

  • Hyderabad metro concession awarded 12 August 2008

    The Andhra Pradesh government in India has awarded the 35-year concession for the Hyderabad metro to a consortium of Nava Bharat (27%), Maytas Infrastructure (25%) and the Ital-Thai Development Company (5%) and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (5%).

  • Seven shortlisted for Pulkovo airport 12 August 2008

    Seven out of nine bidding consortia have been shortlisted for the $1.5 billion, 30-year concession to operate St Petersburg's Pulkovo airport in Russia.

  • Port Mann concessionaire selected 12 August 2008

    The Province of British Columbia in Canada is due to award its Port Mann Bridge and Highway 1 concession to BC Connect, a consortium of Macquarie, Kiewit and Flatiron.

  • M25 financing progresses 12 August 2008

    The Connect Plus consortium and its financial adviser HSBC are reviewing first bids from around 40 banks to finance the £5billion 30-year M25 expansion concession.

  • Bosphorus car tunnel bids in 08 August 2008

    A Turkish-French consortium comprising Cengiz, Makyol, Dogus and Vinci has offered the shortest concession period for the Bosphorus car tunnel PPP - 19 years according to local reports

  • Angel Trains UK syndication nears close 08 August 2008

    The £2.2 billion ($4.2 billion) UK facility backing the acquisition of Angel Trains by a consortium led by Babcock & Brown European

  • Knoxville Parkway would be toll-free 07 August 2008

    The Tennessee Department of Transportation has decided not to build the Knoxville Parkway as a toll road.

  • Stolt-Nielsen closes tanker export credit loan 07 August 2008

    Norwegian shipping operator Stolt-Nielsen has closed a $625 million financing for eight parcel tankers.

  • Pinfra wins Sonora concession 07 August 2008

    Pinfra has won a Ps770 million ($78 million) concession

  • Elefsina-Patras-Tsakona toll road finances 07 August 2008

    The Olympia Odos consortium - comprising Vinci (36%), Hochtief PPP Solutions (25%), Aktor Concessions (18%), J&P-Avax (18%) and Athena (3%) has reached financial close on the Eu1.8 billion ($2.75 billion) debt backing the Eu2.1 billion Elefsina-Patras-Tsakona toll road

  • Sprska motorway agreement put back 06 August 2008

    The signing of the framework agreement for the Eu3.5 billion Sprska motorway concessions in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been put back until after the summer holidays.

  • Mid-Currituck RFP nears 05 August 2008

    The North Carolina Turnpike Authority plans to issue a draft request for proposals to shortlisted bidders on the mid-Currituck Bridge PPP

  • Asciano attracts private equity bid 05 August 2008

    Global Infrastructure partners and Texas Pacific Group have made a A$2.9 billion) $2.7 billion offer for Asciano

  • Six bidders prequalify for Bar-Boljare 02 August 2008

    Six bidding groups have prequalified for the Eu2 billion Bar-Boljare motorway in Montenegro: Bouygues, Intertoll and DTP; Strabag and Colas; Alpine, Bau, Porr and Osijek Koteks; Aktor Concessions; Israel's Housing and Construction Holding.

  • Texas North Tarrant and I-635/LBJ bids delayed 01 August 2008

    Texas Department of Transportation has pushed back the deadline for bid submissions for two of its toll road concessions.

  • Western Australia's Oakajee Port awarded 01 August 2008

    The Government of Western Australia has selected Oakajee Port and Rail (OPR) as the preferred proponent

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