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13 April 2021
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Certified green, ESG-tied debt, MFI/DFI

Defining and scaling best practice in blended finance

Webinar: 22 April 2021, 3pm UK/10am NY. What role can - and should - blended finance have in financings for big-ticket sustainable and impact infrastructure.

09 April 2021
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Oil & gas

Solaris Midstream: A sustainable sideline to fracking?

Solaris Midstream's recent high-yield sustainability-linked bond issue – a deal with pricing linked to upping Solaris’ output of recycled water for fracking – provided a...

31 March 2021
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Certified green, Covid-19, ECA, ESG-tied debt, Infra funds, MFI/DFI, PPP/P3, Regulation, Energy, Industry/manufacturing, Market moves, Mining, Oil & gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms & communications, Transport

Proximo Awards - The Americas Winners

In a 2020 that defied all gestures at normality, the market did not stand still. In fact, last year's Proximo Award winners kept climbing, and each one set a sector or...

30 March 2021

2020 Full Year Project Finance Data and Demo

Watch on-demand: We'll take a look at what happened to volumes and transactions in 2020, the impact of COVID-19, ranking the most active banks, sponsors and advisers, and...

19 March 2021
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Power

Proximo Weekly: Once upon a time in the West

The Texas blackouts proved the R in ERCOT (The Electric Reliability Council of Texas) is a misnomer. What did ERCOT get wrong and can it be put right?

26 February 2021
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ECA, Power

Proximo Weekly: Degrees of separation

A challenge by the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute (AFII) to Barclays and HSBC for their work on a recent JBIC bond issue marks a new front in the conflict over...

16 February 2021
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MFI/DFI, Power, Renewables

Chile Electricity PEC: Passing on the savings

Chile froze consumer power prices in 2019, leaving power distribution companies with losses and unable to pass inflation and dollar indexation increases in traditional...

12 February 2021
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Oil & gas, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: What the energy transition really means

Whether driven by the scientific evidence for climate change, the growing ESG-aware shareholder movement or basic economics, the world's biggest energy providers are...

20 January 2021
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Covid-19, PPP/P3, Energy, Industry/manufacturing, Market moves, Mining, Oil & gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms & communications, Transport

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.

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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Covid-19, Regulation, Energy, Industry/manufacturing, Market moves, Mining, Oil & gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Telecoms & communications, Transport

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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ECA, 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...

26 November 2020
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Infra funds, PPP/P3, Telecoms & communications

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...

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?

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.

22 October 2020
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Certified green, Renewables

Watching the transition in Polish power

Poland's renewables sector has notched up some modest successes. Greater volumes of debt - and a successful launch to the country's offshore wind programme - will be...

02 October 2020
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ESG-tied debt, Infra funds, MFI/DFI

Bankable without banks in Latin American infrastructure

Institutional lenders are increasingly comfortable with a wide variety of greenfield and brownfield assets in Latin America. Will governments continue to make sure these...

17 September 2020
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Certified green, ECA, MFI/DFI, Renewables

Expanding the debt and technology universe in Asian solar

Asia has enjoyed marked success in solar installations in the last decade, though a small number of large developed economies have taken the lead. How can sponsors access...

15 September 2020
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PPP/P3, Transport

New twists in Colombia’s 5G PPP programme

Colombia has launched a new wave of transport concessions with some significant tweaks to the previous 4G template. Lenders are generally comfortable with the model, but...

08 September 2020
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Regulation, Transport

Will Colombia's 5G programme be a welcome evolution?

There are signs that Colombia's 5G transport PPP programme has learned some of the lessons of 4G. But debt liquidity may still be challenging