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23 June 2022

Making CCS the lynchpin of the transition

LIVE 30/6/22 4pm UK/11am NY. A look at the economic, technical and financial aspects of scaling up carbon capture and storage technology

17 June 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Biomass bugs

Not all biomass has the same green credentials. But credit concerns, as much as policy issues, should drive biomass wariness.

20 May 2022
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Power, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: KKR to speed up ContourGlobal transition

KKR has lined up interim lenders for the debt package backing its acquisition of ContourGlobal. The deal is expected to close in Q4 of this year.

12 May 2022
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Fortescue goes green with hydrogen high yields

Fortescue Metals Group has closed on $1.5 billion in high-yield bonds, with part of the proceeds earmarked for solar and hydrogen projects. It looks like Fortescue's next...

06 May 2022
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Transport

Proximo Weekly: Brazil street lighting – LED-ing the way in PPP

Brazil’s municipalities have made huge progress in procuring street lighting upgrades using PPP concessions. But project sponsors are only likely to need offshore capital...

04 May 2022

An opening for sustainability-linked debt in project finance?

Corporate borrowers and lenders have responded enthusiastically to the concept of sustainability-linked lending. Jennifer Charles and Ryan Ayrton, London-based partners...

26 April 2022
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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 Full Year 2021 Data Presentation

VIEW ON DEMAND: A look at the trends and surprises in the Proximo Playbook 2021 data.

22 April 2022
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Power

Logan and Chambers: Starwood’s coal retirement template

Starwood’s financing for the retirement of its Logan and Chambers plants marks an end to coal-fired power in New Jersey. It points to a workable compromise between...

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...

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

Proximo Weekly: The next steps in Latin America’s project finance evolution

A combination of financial market conditions, changing government priorities, and a new breed of financial sponsors are pushing Latin America’s vibrant project finance...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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.

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.

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
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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?