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26 January 2022
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Metals and Mining

Mt Bundy project gets major boost for Northern Territory

Primary Gold’s Mt Bundy gold project has been awarded Major Project Status, setting up three mines in the Northern Territory for restart.The three proposed gold...

25 January 2022

ERM names Tom Reichert as CEO

Sustainability consultancy ERM Group has announced Tom Reichert as its new CEO, effective February 1, 2022. He joins from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he has...

18 January 2022

Tom Butcher to join Macquarie Capital from Credit Suisse

Macquarie Capital is starting 2022 with 10 new hires, the most senior of which is the former Credit Suisse energy, utilities and infrastructure banker Tom Butcher....

14 December 2021
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Oil & gas

Gas prices near record highs as Berlin rejects pipeline from Russia

Gas prices across the UK and Europe are on course to return to record highs after Germany said a controversial pipeline from Russia could not be approved amid deepening...

13 December 2021
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Power, Renewables

UBS AM makes 3 hires for new energy storage strategy

UBS Asset Management (UBS AM) has made three appointments for its new energy storage strategy. Mark Saunders, George Manahilov and Ken-Ichi Hino will be based in...

05 November 2021
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Oil & gas

MPL exploring low-carbon LNG for Mexican export project

Mexico Pacific Ltd continues to advance its liquefied natural gas export project for the Pacific coast of the country by signing a collaboration agreement with...

20 October 2021
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Metals and Mining, Power, Renewables

Rio Tinto reveals $7.5bn spend to halve carbon emissions by 2030

Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto has announced a $7.5 billion plan to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030, a reduction three times greater than its previous target,...

13 October 2021

STACK Infra expanding into Asia

STACK Infrastructure – an investment platform sponsored by IPI that focuses on acquiring, developing, leasing, and operating critical digital infrastructure assets...

11 October 2021

CGI: The path to trade Nirvana is built on a foundation of APIs

APIs deliver critical functionality for banks driving towards full end-to-end digitisation in trade. Patrick DeVilbiss, offering Manager, trade and supply chain solutions...

05 October 2021

Vincent Levita replaces Thierry Déau as head of LTIIA

Thierry Déau, CEO and founder of Meridiam, President of Finance for Tomorrow network, has stepped down from his position of Chair of the Long-Term Infrastructure...

01 September 2021
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Oil & gas, Power, Renewables, Transport

Tom Bartlett joins Latham & Watkins in London

Tom Bartlett has joined Latham & Watkins' London office as a partner in the Project Development & Finance Practice. He advises on cross-border project...

01 September 2021

ADB appoints new country director for Indonesia

The Asian Development Bank has appointed Jiro Tominaga as Country Director for Indonesia. Tominaga will lead ADB operations in Indonesia, manage ADB’s relationship...

25 August 2021

AIIB forms infra investment partnership with MCDF

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has become the first implementing partner of the Multilateral Cooperation Center for Development Finance (MCDF). The partnership...

19 August 2021
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Power, Renewables

APG, CalSTRS and ADIA buy Arevon Energy

APG, CalSTRS and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) are acquiring 100% of Arevon Energy – a renewable energy company formed by the combination of Capital...

16 August 2021
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Infrastructure, Other, Power, Renewables, Waste and water

More bankers leave Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse's most senior energy and power bankers – Jonathan Kaufman and Tom Greenberg, the co-heads of the global energy and infrastructure (GEI) investment...

28 July 2021

TXF, BAFT, Baker McKenzie unveil report on LIBOR transition impact

BAFT, TXF Intelligence, and Baker McKenzie have released a report exploring the impending impact the cessation of LIBOR will have on trade finance..The publication,...

28 July 2021

SCF reforms shelved in wake of Greensill inquiry

A UK parliamentary inquiry into the Greensill Capital debacle has concluded the trade fund’s demise does not justify regulatory reforms to the wider supply chain finance...

20 July 2021
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Telecoms and Communications

Planning submitted for Ennis data centre campus

Planning application has been submitted for the Art Data Centre campus near Ennis in County Clare. The €1.2 billion ($1.4 billion) proposed project will consist of a...

16 June 2021

LTR free virtual event to focus on sustainability in trade finance

The next London Trade Roundtable (LTR) virtual event is entitled ‘Charting a path towards sustainable trade finance’ and takes place Friday 25 June at...

14 June 2021
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Oil & gas

EBRD on how green hydrogen could power tomorrow’s industry

The transformative power of green hydrogen is the vision inspiring the current generation of politicians and planners as they plan a decarbonised 2050, the European Bank...