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  • September 2008

    HCC awarded Badarpur toll concession 30 September 2008

    The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has awarded the concession to build and operate the Badarpur elevated highwa

  • Kangnam Beltway raises debt 30 September 2008

    Kangnam Beltway Corp's W830 billion loan has been signed through sole bookrunner Korea Development Bank (KDB).

  • GIP to buy out AIG in London City Airport 29 September 2008

    Global Infrastructure Partners has agreed to acquire a further 50% stake in London City Airport

  • IFC to advise on Jordan’s Amman ring road 29 September 2008

    The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has been named financial adviser to the government of Jordan on its Amman ring road project.

  • New York mandates adviser on Tappan Zee 26 September 2008

    Several New York State transportation authorities have recommended that the Tappan Zee bridge/I-287 corridor in Westchester be replaced

  • Sao Paulo Metro Line IV nears close 24 September 2008

    CCR's project company ViaQuattro is due to sign the financing documents for the Sao Paulo Metro Line IV

  • Hyderabad metro concession agreement signed 24 September 2008

    Project company Maytas Metro, and the government of Andrhra Pradesh in India signed the documents for the Hyderabad Metro

  • Texas North Tarrant suffers second delay 23 September 2008

    Texas Department of Transportation has pushed back the deadline again for bid submissions for its North Tarrant Express

  • Philippines' Clark Airport winner named 23 September 2008

    The Clark International Airport Authority has named Admiral Energy as the winner of the build-operate contract for Diosdado Macapagal International Airport's second passenger terminal.

  • Missouri drops bridges concession 23 September 2008

    Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has abandoned the proposed concession of its Safe & Sound bridges

  • Panama Canal to raise $2 billion from multilaterals 22 September 2008

    The Panama Canal Authority is due to raise around $2 billion in senior unsecured debt

  • Mexico launches FARAC III 22 September 2008

    The Mexican Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) has issued a request for bids for the third of the FARAC roads deals

  • Offers for A1 syndication 18 September 2008

    Syndication of the Eu455 million ($650 million) 25 year term loan backing A1 Mobil Consortium (comprising Bilfinger Berger, John Laing and Johann Bunte) has pulled in early

  • IIRSA 5 bonds due to launch 17 September 2008

    Interocianica V Finance, is due to issue $260 million in bonds for Hidalgo & Hidalgo's IIRSA Sur Tramo 5

  • Gatwick airport for sale 17 September 2008

    Ferrovial's BAA has put Gatwick airport, London up for sale.

  • Winnipeg Bridge bids due end of September 16 September 2008

    The City of Winnipeg's public works department is expecting responses to a request for qualifications for its Disraeli bridge PPP project

  • Peru set to award Lima train concession 15 September 2008

    Peru's private investment agency, ProInversión, is due to select a preferred bidder for its Lima Callao mass transit electric train concession on 10 October 2008.

  • Horgos-Pozega PPP project abandoned 12 September 2008

    The Serbian government has unwound the concession agreement with sponsors Alpine and Porr for the Horgos–Pozega toll road project.

  • Port of Fujairah raises expansion debt 09 September 2008

    National Bank of Fujairah (NBF) and Commercial Bank of Dubai have underwritten and syndicated a AED900 million ($245 million) loan for the Port of Fujairah

  • Two bid for Florida I-595 08 September 2008

    Florida Department of Transportation has received two bids for its $1.5 billion I-595 toll road.

  • Liefkenshoek rail close nears 08 September 2008

    The Eu800 million ($1.12 billion) Liefkenshoek rail tunnel PPP in Belgium is expected to reach financial close in October

  • Grimaldi closes Unicredit ferry facility 04 September 2008

    Grimaldi Group has closed an Eu81 million ($115 million) loan with Unicredit

  • Saudia Cargo privatised 04 September 2008

    A consortium comprising Abdul Kadir Al Muhaidib & Sons and Acwa Power has purchased a 30% share in Saudia Cargo LLC for SR2.5 billion ($667 million).

  • Six to bid for Peru Paita port 03 September 2008

    ProInversión, Peru's investment promotion and procurement agency, has received expressions of interest from six potential bidders for a concession of the Paita port.

  • Punta Colonet tender launch 01 September 2008

    The Mexican government has launched the $5 billion Punta Colonet port and rail project - Mexico's largest infrastructure project to date. Bid documents will be released this week for the 45 year port and rail DBFO concession

  • 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.

  • Holding pattern 01 September 2008

    Economic conditions have not dampened sponsor enthusiasm for airport privatisations in Eastern Europe. But governments may have to put up with the lower valuations brought on by higher debt costs. By Michael Marray.

  • Landbridge future in doubt 01 September 2008

    The future of the Saudi Landbridge freight rail project is in doubt after a source close to the deal criticised the procuring agency for a lack of dialogue with the preferred bidder and a delay in the provision of full technical information.

  • Road to new market 01 September 2008

    Record tenor and a sophisticated structure, the Lekki-Epe Expressway has set a benchmark for future Nigerian infrastructure PPP. By Jonathan Wood, Global Head of Project Finance, Standard Bank and Ziyaad Sarang, Director, Project Finance, Standard Bank.

  • Stirred not Shaken 01 September 2008

    Australian toll road PPPs have had their problems. But despite the gloomy headlines in the financial press, they still deliver significant public sector value. By Dr Patrick O'Donnell, Leighton Contractors, Infrastructure Investment Division.

  • Taking a toll 01 September 2008

    Equity markets have mispriced Australian greenfield toll roads. In the wake of a series of difficulties in the sector, sponsors need to rethink capital and operating structures. By Nick Crawley, Navigator Project Finance.

  • Transport 01 September 2008

    Landbridge future in doubt

  • Walk or talk? 01 September 2008

    For the first time Nigeria has a realistic PPP template and a banking sector growing in strength. It could be the beginning of major infrastructure development if the Lekki-Epe Expressway example can get the federal government moving. By Sean Keating

Latest Deals Database updates

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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