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26 August 2021
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Can carbon capture be more than a cover for business as usual?

Carbon capture still needs to shake off the perception that it is unproven, expensive and has suspect ESG credentials if it is to be bankable. Its proponents claim that...

26 August 2021
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Power, Renewables

Exploring energy storage financing

Research Report: Exploring energy storage financing. Sponsored by Leidos, this report presents the latest market trends in energy storage project finance. Find out more...

26 August 2021
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Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport

Clifford Chance: The full gamut

Law Firm of the Year 2020 for Europe. The cliché that two heads are better than does not always deliver on its promise. But at Clifford Chance’s Worldwide Projects Group...

24 August 2021
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Oil & gas, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Waste and water

SMBC: The full package

Bank of the Year 2020 for Europe and Middle East & Africa. Pandemic fallout appears to have had little impact on SMBC in terms of slowdown in the project finance space –...

20 August 2021
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Transport

Proximo Weekly: The private placement sweet spot in Latin PPP

Large institutional debt providers are increasingly driving deal structures in Latin American infrastructure – and as Costanera Sur recently demonstrated, the trend is...

20 August 2021
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Power, Renewables

Climate resilient infrastructure

WATCH ON-DEMAND. Original broadcast date: 5 August 2021. To what extent do procurement processes, concession structures and financing documents accommodate the effects of...

19 August 2021
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Telecoms and Communications

Bouygues: A high fibre diet

Bouygues, the group, is a long-established name in project development, and while its mainstream infrastructure activities contributed to this year’s win, it is Bouygues...

18 August 2021

SPACs: Listed infra’s new bubble?

Special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) could be a new form of low-cost capital for energy and infrastructure developers – or a bust whose contours are already...

18 August 2021
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Transport

P4: PPP in a pandemic

Peter O’Neill, Executive Director, US Project Finance & Infrastructure at CIBC, and David Wylie, Asset Director, North America at John Laing, discuss the challenges and...

13 August 2021
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Transport

Proximo Weekly: Can South Africa deliver a revitalised PPP market?

Published this week, South Africa’s draft NIP 2050 contains a strong statement of PPP intent. But the ‘how’ is conspicuous by its absence.

12 August 2021
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Oil & gas, Renewables, Waste and water

Milbank: Embracing change

2020 WINNER: Law Firm of the Year for North America, Latin America and Asia Pacific. In 2019, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy officially shortened its name to Milbank, and...

10 August 2021
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Transport

Kekava Bypass: Template or PPP nameplate?

Last month Latvia’s pathfinder PPP project – Kekava Bypass – made it to financial close. But with a fully IFI-banked package, has it done enough groundwork to pull in at...

10 August 2021
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Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure

Unpacking US renewables

What do potential US tax incentives mean for renewable energy? David Gillespie, Partner, Mark Christy, Partner, and Andrea Herman, Associate, at Winston & Strawn...

06 August 2021

Proximo Weekly: Turkey’s project funding problem solved?

New Turkish project bond legislation looks set to deliver at least some funding diversification for Turkish PPP projects. But the impact is unlikely to be as big as hoped...

05 August 2021
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

MUFG: Local and global

MUFG’s win as Bank of the Year for North America did not reflect its position as number one lender in North America, though it did take that spot for 2020. Instead, it...

04 August 2021
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Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport

The Biden plan: Big on ideas – short on detail

Past US stimulus packages are dwarfed by President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan. But can it deliver the transformation required? How will it be spent? And what...

30 July 2021
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: NextEra’s innovative twist on transition financing

NextEra is using equity in existing gas assets as collateral for raising $1.7 billion of debt to fuel its US renewables project pipeline. No greenwash – just a realistic...

28 July 2021
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Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications

Apollo Global Management: Mixing it up

North America Sponsor of the Year: Apollo Global Management. With the amount of capital chasing infrastructure assets, it has become increasingly hard for a new entrant...

26 July 2021
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Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications

Project finance: Renewables poised to drive the US market

Despite the pandemic diminishing tax equity supply, a combination of new initiatives under the Biden Plan and IRS support look set to accelerate US renewables development...

23 July 2021
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Social infrastructure, Waste and water

Proximo Weekly: If you're broke, green it

Can and should UK local authorities use green bonds to finance essential infrastructure investments?