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After GNA 1: Will banks turn up the Brazilian LNG-to-power funding tap?
After GNA 1: Will banks turn up the Brazilian LNG-to-power funding tap?
Rob Dwyer
14 October 2019

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 little or no DFI and ECA support? Some DFIs believe so, but GNA 2 will be the real test.

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