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03 September 2020
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Risk

The Proximo Weekly Digest - Has there been a COVID-19 effect on project debt volumes?

The deep impacts of COVID-19 on societies and economies worldwide may lead to drastic changes in the way infrastructure is procured. But what, according to Proximo...

25 August 2020
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Oil & gas

Mozambique LNG: Taking LNG liquidity to a new level

The Mozambique LNG project financing has broken multiple records for scale, and at a surprising tenor given the volume of debt involved. But there is more to the deal...

10 August 2020
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Social infrastructure

Do US universities need further education in P3?

The budgetary pressures that have pushed US public universities into using P3 concessions have not abated. Private sector capital is still plentiful. But is well-priced...

29 July 2020
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Renewables

Facilitating India’s ambitious renewables targets

The Indian renewables sector has been primarily domestically financed to date. With the government targeting 450GW of renewable capacity by 2030, regulatory moves are...

23 June 2020
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Risk

Puzzled by credit risk insurance? (part one)

Appetite for credit risk insurance (CRI) for project financings looks set to rise in the wake of fallout from Covid-19. In the first session of a two-part roundtable...

28 April 2020
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Renewables

What's in storage

As the traditional energy markets experience unprecedented challenges, the ability for industrial batteries to strengthen the renewable proposition is thrown into sharp...

22 April 2020
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Funding, Risk, Rules, Sustainability

Can DFIs stretch to combating Covid-19 and climate change?

Development banks have been at the forefront of dealing with climate change. Now they’re in the front line of the Covid-19 response. Will the development finance...

17 March 2020

Chinese takeaways

Chinese inroads into Latin American project markets are on the rise – and US isolationist policies have helped. With Chinese sponsors willing to take on the type of risk...

02 January 2020
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Rules, Renewables

Counting the cost: Mexico's potential New Year power bill shocker

Market participants warn that the Mexican government’s recent changes to CEL regulation in the electricity sector may backfire – and could lead to significantly higher...

13 December 2019
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Power, Renewables

Chilean power: Financing strategies for a market in transition

With Chilean power going green by 2040, and growing demand from domestic corporate energy buyers for renewables offtake, coal-fired power operators are having to look at...

19 November 2019
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Renewables

Developing a more sophisticated take on offshore wind yields

Orsted's share price took a battering recently when it announced downward revision of predicted returns from its offshore wind portfolio due to wake and blockage effects....

11 October 2019
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Power

After GNA 1: An upcoming Brazilian LNG-to-power finance handover?

Following the recent financial close on GNA 1, and the Sergipe project the previous year, is the Brazilian LNG-to-power sector ready for commercially banked deals with...

20 September 2019
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Funding, Digital Infrastructure

Data centres: Do the risks and rewards compute?

Data storage capacity looks set to grow exponentially in the coming years. But it’s still unclear whether the risks and rewards will equate to a booming new asset class...

04 September 2019
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Power, Renewables

Filling Chile's coal-fired hole

The ambitious de-carbonising targets agreed by the Chilean government with generation companies will put an end to coal-fired power in the country in 20 years. But while...

26 July 2019
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Renewables

Argentine renewables: Just one box left to tick?

Argentina's financial crisis has put a large pipeline of projects on hold. Some claim the deals, particularly those in the renewables sector, are bankable but for the...

01 July 2019
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Transport

Bioceanico: Step or stepping stone?

The recent Bioceanico highway securitisation is being held up as a benchmark for Paraguayan infrastructure finance – and it is. But is it the kind of easily replicable...

11 June 2019
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Funding, Metals & Mining

Guinea Alumina Corporation: A question of balance

DFI direct loans and cover have enabled commercial banks to push the tenor on Guinea Alumina Corporation’s greenfield mining project financing. But are the benefits to...

04 June 2019
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Rules, Power, Renewables

Confusion reigns in Puerto Rico’s power future

As Puerto Rico slowly rebuilds from the tragic devastation caused by the September 2017 hurricanes, there is growing concern about the state of confusion and lack of...

30 April 2019
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Renewables

Size matters - but future market share can matter more

Akuo Energy's O’MEGA1 deal in late 2018 was one of a number of signals that floating solar (FPV) deals can be non-recourse financed. With large-scale FPV just a few years...

25 April 2019
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Transport

Roads the rage again?

March’s financial close of the Autopista al Mar toll road concession is a very welcome step in the evolution of Colombia’s 4G highways PPP programme. So is the programme...