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Perspective
18 March 2022
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Oil & gas

Proximo Weekly: Europe, not the US, needs to unlock US LNG exports

The US is well placed to meet the European need to wean itself off Russian gas. But Europe needs to decide whether 2022 is the year it commits to long-term contracts with...

News
17 March 2022
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Social infrastructure

MAM funds Noviniti car park in Portsmouth

Macquarie Asset Management (MAM), on behalf of its institutional clients, has entered a forward funding agreement with developer Noviniti for the construction of a...

Perspective
11 March 2022
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

Deals of the Year 2021 Latin America: The winners podium

There is nothing new about using bonds to finance Latin American projects. But 2021 was the first year of bond dominance over bank debt across the major project sectors...

Perspective
10 March 2022
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Renewables

What price Asia’s energy transition?

Are Asia’s financial markets – not to mention its power markets – in good enough shape for the energy transition? With the support of Texel as event sponsor, Proximo...

Perspective
04 March 2022
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

Deals of the Year 2021 North America: The winners podium

Fallout from the pandemic started receding in 2021, but it was still a tougher market than normal for those North American project borrowers and lenders bringing...

Perspective
25 February 2022
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Oil & gas

Proximo Weekly: Will energy security accelerate transition?

Europe has had a wake-up call to energy security from President Putin’s invasion of Ukraine - a move that could and should spark the political will to radically...

Perspective
24 February 2022
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Transport

Rumichaca-Pasto: Vindication for Colombia’s 4G miniperms?

Sacyr and Sudinco have closed a refinancing for their Rumichaca-Pasto Colombian toll road concession that maximises leverage and features several structural tweaks on the...

News
16 February 2022

WSP acquires sustainability consultancy CFA

Engineering and professional services consultancy WSP has acquired climate and finance advisory Climate Finance Advisors (CFA) in the US to enhance its provision of...

News
11 February 2022
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Transport

Two Rio airports to be auctioned in 2023

Brazil's Minister of Infrastructure has announced that a joint tender for the Rio do Janiero airports of Galeao and Santos Dumont will be held in 2023. The current...

Perspective
09 February 2022
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Power

Funding new nuclear: What price risk transfer?

VIEW ON DEMAND: While the UK pushes on with new nuclear financing structures, doubts remain about how to deal with cost overruns and de-comissioning risk.

Perspective
04 February 2022
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Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: The LPO returns for Monolith

The US Department for Energy’s Loan Programs Office (LPO) is back in signing mode again and has approved a conditional loan guarantee for Monolith – its first since 2016.

Perspective
26 January 2022
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Power

A balancing act: Merchant risk and the energy transition

Gordon Stewart and Tom Jamieson, London-based partners at Bracewell, discuss the evolving market for providing balancing services to electricity grids with merchant...

News
26 January 2022
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Metals and Mining

Mt Bundy project gets major boost for Northern Territory

Primary Gold’s Mt Bundy gold project has been awarded Major Project Status, setting up three mines in the Northern Territory for restart.The three proposed gold...

News
25 January 2022

ERM names Tom Reichert as CEO

Sustainability consultancy ERM Group has announced Tom Reichert as its new CEO, effective February 1, 2022. He joins from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he has...

News
18 January 2022

Tom Butcher to join Macquarie Capital from Credit Suisse

Macquarie Capital is starting 2022 with 10 new hires, the most senior of which is the former Credit Suisse energy, utilities and infrastructure banker Tom Butcher....

Perspective
14 January 2022
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Power

Proximo Weekly: UK nuclear back with RAB?

A new revenue model for UK nuclear looms. But will what has worked in UK water work for assets that suffer big cost overruns?

Perspective
06 January 2022
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Power, Renewables

Non-payment insurance for renewables finance

VIEW ON DEMAND: Non-payment insurance may help expand the lender universe for long-dated renewables transactions and help fuel the energy transition

Perspective
17 December 2021
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Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

Proximo's Year in Review: The festive trends round-up

FREE TO VIEW ON DEMAND: Proximo's team of webinar regulars review the year's most important trends in their inimitable draft format.

Perspective
17 December 2021

Proximo Weekly: Direct air capture – direct to market?

Can direct air capture of carbon succeed where carbon capture at power stations has so far failed?

News
14 December 2021
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Oil & gas

Gas prices near record highs as Berlin rejects pipeline from Russia

Gas prices across the UK and Europe are on course to return to record highs after Germany said a controversial pipeline from Russia could not be approved amid deepening...