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23 November 2022
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Oil & gas

PDP securitisation: Oil, gas and paper

PDP securitisation is unlikely to ever hit the oil and gas financing mainstream – but appetite from US oil and gas independents is growing and with good reason.

04 November 2022
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Power

Proximo Weekly: Digging for answers to the coal-fired conundrum

Hopes are high that COP27 will be more action than words on phasing out coal-fired power. The ADB and CIF are both actively promoting coal-fired power early retirement...

14 October 2022

Proximo Weekly: The only way is up

Inflation – it’s breaking out all over. EPC costs, debt costs, hedging costs, offtake prices – many of what were predictable and relatively stable variables over a long...

09 September 2022

Proximo Weekly: ECA debt takes a dive

ECA-backed volume was down in H1 2022 according to a new report by Proximo’s sister publication TXF. Given rising interest rates and project supply chain and EPC costs,...

26 August 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Australia gets serious about offshore wind

Australia has been toying with offshore wind for some time. But in the wake of the Offshore Electricity Infrastructure 2021 Act (OEIA), which came into effect on June 2,...

05 August 2022
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Telecoms and Communications

Proximo Weekly: European FTTH deal flow burgeoning

Traditional infrastructure deals in Europe have been sporadic in the first half of 2022. But strong bank and investor appetite is keeping European project deal flow...

29 July 2022

Proximo Weekly: A wake up call for MDBs

The G20-mandated independent review of multilateral development banks’ (MDB) capital adequacy frameworks is out and has some key recommendations that could significantly...

16 June 2022
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Oil & gas

Plaquemines LNG: Stepping on the gas

Speed and its modular LNG model are the hallmarks of Plaquemines LNG sponsor Venture Global. But at least some of its potential European offtaker customer base still...

27 May 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Ain't no sunshine anymore

The US solar market should be an investment and lending no-brainer. But the combination of the Auxin tariff investigation and slow movement on new renewables credits...

29 April 2022
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Power

Proximo Weekly: Upscaling BESS and bankability

The scale of proposed battery energy storage system (BESS) projects in Australia is ballooning fast. But project lenders are still reticent about loosening their purse...

11 April 2022
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Power, Renewables

Merchant risk and the energy transition: Tensions in the capital

Gordon Stewart and Tom Jamieson, partners in the London office of Bracewell, discuss the ever adapting financing structures funding the energy transition and some of the...

01 April 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: The slow drive to UK CCUS bankability

The UK government has released a list of projects that will progress to the evaluation stage for phase 2 of its first carbon cluster track. But according to advocates of...

25 March 2022
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Crunching the ECA numbers

With EPC and commodity costs rising globally, energy security concerns in Europe and parts of Asia lending added impetus to both short-term LNG and traditional renewables...

11 March 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Green hydrogen just got more pricing friendly

The impact of the war in Ukraine on gas prices may cut years off of the gestation originally predicted for the development of a global green hydrogen market – and with...

04 March 2022
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Other

Proximo Weekly: DFI cooperation – a future casualty of war?

From the balance sheet to the boardroom, the implications for some DFIs and supranationals from Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are more than just indirect hits from...

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...

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...

14 January 2022

Canal Sugar Company: On-lend to blend

The multi-currency financing for the Canal Sugar Project, a scheme that combines land reclamation for a farm roughly three times the size of Luxembourg with a beet...

15 December 2021
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Transport

Allego: Plugging EV into project finance

Allego has pulled off a second EV charging project funding first and got better debt margins and tenor second time around. But don’t expect a rush of hungry project...

10 December 2021

Proximo Weekly: A liquid diet

The $1.2 trillion US Infrastructure Bill still leaves a major chasm to bridge between government funding availability and demand. Two recent deals hint at where some of...

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