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20 January 2021
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Risk, Rules, Digital Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Metals & Mining, Oil & gas, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and Water

After the dust settles: COVID-19 and project finance in perspective

Watch On-Demand | A look at the long- and short-term effects of COVID on the project and infrastructure finance market, 12 months on.

15 January 2021
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Rules, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Polish offshore wind gets its Act together

Poland’s hotly anticipated Offshore Wind Act was passed by parliament this week. Given the combination of ambitious offshore wind installation targets; a contracts for...

06 January 2021
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Renewables

Hydrogen: A matter of scale

Green hydrogen projects are on the increase – but they are also in the earliest stages of development and consequently banks are still treating the sector with caution....

17 December 2020

Proximo Weekly: Merry Christmas to all our readers

2020 may have been a year like no other for hurdles to getting deals done. But it has all been a demonstration of all that is best about the project finance market. Take...

17 December 2020
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Risk, Rules, Digital Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Metals & Mining, Oil & gas, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and Water

The Proximo 2020 Festive Trends Round-up

On-demand Webinar | Is it possible to assess the impacts of 2020 on the project, energy and infrastructure finance market? Probably not, but Proximo will try and make...

10 December 2020
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Funding, Metals & Mining

Proximo Weekly: ECA support for mining gets smaller – but smarter

ECAs are playing a growing role in the financing of small, strategic-commodity mining projects – even coming in alongside royalty providers in deals where they might not...

04 December 2020
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Rules, Digital Infrastructure, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and Water

Proximo Weekly: Strong NIS signage – not enough detail

The UK's National Infrastructure Strategy (NIS) is a welcome set of ambitions and funding promises from the government. But it's more a schematic than detailed road map –...

02 December 2020
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Rules

Libor going - but still many questions to answer

Despite the IBA looking at extending the date for the total demise of US$-Libor to 30 June 2023, Libor is finally on course for retirement, with a coterie of risk-free...

27 November 2020
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Digital Infrastructure

Proximo Weekly: Fibre under the optic

Debt and equity appetite for the European FTTH market continues to grow. But is the debt market providing enough flexibility on covenants? And with France, Germany and...

26 November 2020
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Funding, Rules, Digital Infrastructure

Last mile funding options in European fibre

On Demand Now | While data centres are grabbing the most attention in digital infrastructure, fibre networks are producing the dealflow. Proximo will discuss the state of...

25 November 2020
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Renewables

Top trends for energy transition in 2021

The global energy transition is well underway. The energy industry has seen more change in the past five years than in the last five decades, and in the wake of Covid-19...

20 November 2020
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Geothermal’s steam dreams

With oil drilling equipment standing idle across the world, is now the time for geothermal to make a comeback?

17 November 2020
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Renewables

Changhua 1: Another step forward in Taiwan's offshore wind evolution

With Orsted’s potential equity partners in its Changhua 1 offshore wind project wanting to eye loan agreements before debt signing, the project financing is nearing...

17 November 2020
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Funding, Rules

Hollywood Squares!

Watch our light-hearted version of 70s game show Hollywood Squares! Two power developer 'contestants' (Invenergy & Starwood) will answer tricky industry questions in the...

13 November 2020
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Oil & gas

Proximo Weekly: Biden his time

Despite all Trump's propaganda, the new US administration looks set to take a collaborative approach with the oil and gas sector towards energy transition. Can Biden...

06 November 2020
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Rules, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: UnFiT for purpose

The French government is unilaterally pushing through retroactive cuts to solar FiTs agreed before 2011. Law firms look set for an unexpected Christmas gift.

02 November 2020
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Renewables

Ocean's six?

With syndication closed on Fecamp in September, the sequel to Saint Nazaire last year, will project financings for France's remaining four feed-in tariff-based offshore...

30 October 2020
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Funding

Finding certainty in an uncertain climate (part two)

In the second part of a two-part roundtable sponsored by AXA XL, we explore the changing perceptions of risk in the infrastructure market – from both CRI provider and...

29 October 2020
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Oil & gas

Proximo Weekly: Are deep pockets needed for the Petrobras sell-off?

The Petrobras divestment programme has overcome its COVID hiccup. But debt finance – particularly from the RBL market – may only be available in theory.

23 October 2020
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Rules, Transport

Proximo Weekly: Switching tracks

As India takes its first steps to rail privatisation, the UKs rail private sector experiment is backtracking to nationalisation. Can either get the public-private sector...