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Perspective
09 September 2019
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Renewables

Floating offshore wind: What distance to bankable?

Floating offshore wind enjoys lots of interest from oil majors and utilities, but has yet to land a commercial bank financing. Proximo talks to RCG's Marc Costa-Ros,...

News
03 September 2019

Ashurst appoints Longmuir as partner in Paris office

Global law firm Ashurst has appointed Tom Longmuir as a partner in Paris. He focuses on financing transactions in emerging and frontier markets, and has...

Perspective
29 August 2019
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Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and water

US PPP: Strong projects - and strong sponsors - rise above

The political outlook for infrastructure development in the US might be cloudy, but the PPP financing market is strong. Proximo asks Milbank's Allan Marks and Berkeley...

Perspective
22 August 2019
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Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and water

Canadian PPP: New procurement models needed?

What shifts in risk transfer are needed to help push the Canadian PPP market forward, and which ones are likely. Proximo hosts Fitch Ratings' Mario Angastiniotis and...

News
19 August 2019
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Waste and water

Codelco to award winning desal bid next month

On 4 September, Chilean company Codelco is expected to award the winning bidder for the development of a desalination plant for its Radomiro Tomic sulphides mine in the...

Perspective
09 August 2019
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Renewables

No – offshore wind will not double UK power prices

UK offshore wind has been a rare domestic project financing success story. But it has attracted some strange press recently, largely fuelled by an academic report that is...

News
31 July 2019
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Power

Ghana to renegotiate take-or-pay agreements

Ghana’s Finance Minister Ken Offori-Atta has announced plans to renegotiate take-or-pay contracts for both power purchase agreements (PPAs) and gas supply...

Perspective
30 July 2019

New directions and new pressures at ECAs

Political pressure is pushing export credit agencies in new, sometimes conflicting, directions. But they remain useful and well-regarded project finance players. Proximo...

News
23 July 2019

Two qualify to bid for for Denver's Triangle P3 project

Two teams have qualified to bid for the construction of the Triangle within the National Western Center Project in Denver. The teams are: Triangle Collective, comprising...

Perspective
22 July 2019
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Oil & gas

Libor, not rate rises, the biggest threat to hedging arrangements

Interest rate hedging arrangements are more vulnerable to Libor's replacement than rises in base rates. Proximo talks hedge mechanics with Cogswell Consulting's Ian...

News
18 July 2019

DLA Piper adds two new project partners in Sydney

DLA Piper has appointed two new project partners in Sydney – Owen Hayford and Jonathan Stafford.Hayford joins from PwC, having established his career at Clayton...

News
16 July 2019
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Oil & gas

Glass Mountain add-on commitments due

Commitments are due tomorrow on Glass Mountain Pipeline’s $129 million term loan B, an add-on to its existing term loan B borrowing, to fund capex on the southern...

Perspective
15 July 2019
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Power, Renewables

Portfolios wanted: New renewables vehicles seek lonely European assets

The supply of assets is nowhere near matching the wall of institutional debt and equity that wants to build renewables portfolios. Proximo talks supply and demand with...

News
11 July 2019

AfDB, Portugal and Cabo Verde to accelerate diversification, private sector development

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the governments of Cabo Verde and Portugal have signed a country-specific memorandum of understanding to implement the Lusophone...

Perspective
11 July 2019
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Social infrastructure, Transport

Is Canadian PPP at risk of derailing?

Cracks are starting to appear in the Canadian PPP model and a new infrastructure bank may do little to halt aggressive shifts in risk towards the private sector.

Perspective
24 June 2019

Meet your ESG goals for pricing cuts

Banks are now offering infrastructure corporates pricing discounts if they meet their sustainability targets. Are the targets meaningful, and is there any reason why...

Perspective
19 June 2019
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Oil & gas

More clarity, not more risk, needed in US LNG

Despite permitting snags and the potential impact of trade wars, there's likely to be a shift in what risks LNG developers will ask banks to accept. In this episode,...

Perspective
17 June 2019
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Oil & gas

US LNG: Cheniere still setting the financing pace

Even in a US LNG market that is looking up, a familiar sponsor is responsible for the most recent crop of financing. So is the return of Cheniere to the debt market a...

Perspective
03 June 2019

The art of the sale: CLOs, secondaries and syndication

Why are project finance banks under so much pressure to sell down their exposures, and which methods have worked best to do so? Host Tom Nelthorpe discusses syndication,...

Perspective
30 May 2019
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Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Proximo Americas Deals of the Year: Towering achievements

A combination of big deals in difficult markets, well-priced deals in established markets, and one literal cross-border project financing, made 2019's winners an eclectic...