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Australia's EfW: Waiting for waste
Australia's EfW: Waiting for waste
Max Thompson
20 August 2019

Australia’s energy-from-waste (EfW) sector is in project finance adolescence. But a lack of developers and varying waste supply agreements from councils are proving challenging for lenders looking for bankable large-scale projects.

Key trends revealed in TXF’s H1 2019 export finance report
Key trends revealed in TXF’s H1 2019 export finance report
Jonathan Bell
14 August 2019

The TXF half-year 2019 export finance report shows a bullish start to the year in the power sector, Japan’s JBIC coming in as top direct lender and the US and Australia being the two top destination markets. Jonathan Bell provides some teasers.

Grand Eweng: Controlled flow or flood?
Grand Eweng: Controlled flow or flood?
Oliver Gordon
14 August 2019

Nachtigal set the financing template for hydro in Cameroon in late 2018. Now a very ambitious project more than four times the size of Nachtigal is underway, but is it too much too soon in terms of of bankability?

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Gould leaves MUFG
12 September 2019

Carol Gould, longstanding EMEA head of power and renewables at MUFG, has departed the bank. MUFG will not confirm if she has taken a role elsewhere. G...

Jawa 9 and 10 coal-fired financing progressing
12 September 2019

Sponsors of the 2x1000MW Jawa 9 and 10 ultra-supercritical coal-fired power project in Indonesia – PLN-owned Indonesia Power (51%) and Barito Pa...

MSIP out to banks for Bayonne refinancing
11 September 2019

Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners (MSIP) is out to banks for an upsized $565 million refinancing for its 644MW Bayonne Energy Center CCGT plant i...

Fujairah F3 bid deadline gets second extension
10 September 2019

The final bid date for EWEC’s 2.4GW Fujairah 3 (F3) CCGT project in the UAE has been put back again to October 16 following requests from develo...

sPower closes on Prevailing Winds financing
10 September 2019

sPower has closed on the construction and bridge financing for its 220MW Prevailing Winds power project in South Dakota.The $319 million financing, wh...

TXF Data

Commodity Trade Finance Lender H1 2019

Bank USDm No %
1 ING Bank 5589m 44 6.6%
2 BNP Paribas 5464m 36 6.5%
3 Societe Generale 5166m 38 6.1%
4 ABN AMRO 3571m 26 4.2%
5 MUFG Bank 3285m 23 3.9%
6 Natixis 3279m 32 3.9%
7 Citi 3120m 17 3.7%
8 Credit Agricole CIB 2775m 26 3.3%
9 Rabobank 2589m 27 3.1%
10 Deutsche Bank 2290m 16 2.7%

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