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02 March 2021

Sumpster joins Phoenix Group

Phoenix Group has appointed Tom Sumpster as head of Private Debt Direct Origination. Sumpster was most recently head of Infrastructure, Real Assets at Legal & General...

01 March 2021
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Power, Transport

Lazarovitch joins Bracewell

Ronen Lazarovitch has left law firm Freshfields and joined Bracewell’s energy practice as partner in the London office.Lazarovitch’s main area of advisory...

26 February 2021
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Metals and Mining

Arizona Gold receives second tranche of Copperstone project financing

Arizona Gold Corp has received the second installment of $6 million under the previously announced $18 million gold purchase and sale agreement from Star Royalties.These...

23 February 2021

The complexities of CIRR revealed

TXF Research’s Global Export Finance Industry Report 2021 shows that 42% of the ECAs surveyed have unlimited access to CIRR and that 30% plan to increase their direct...

18 February 2021
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Oil & gas, Renewables

Energy Transfer sets up alternative energy group

Energy Transfer (ET) has created a new group tasked with increasing the development of alternative energy projects to reduce the company's environmental footprint....

11 February 2021

SRG buys trade credit specialist The Channel Partnership

London-based Specialist Risk Group (SRG) has announced the acquisition of UK trade credit specialist, The Channel Partnership.Based in Bristol, The Channel...

08 February 2021

AllianzGI launches AROC strategy

Allianz Global Investors is launching its Allianz Resilient Opportunistic Credit (AROC) strategy to provide its institutional investors with access to the full range of...

01 February 2021
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Oil & gas

PetroNeft agrees deal to acquire additional interest in Russian gas well

Ireland's PetroNeft, which operates in the Tomsk Oblast, Russia, has executed a Sales Purchase Agreement with Belgrave Naftogas to acquire an additional 40% interest...

28 January 2021
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Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

TXF's Global Export Finance Industry Report 2021 is underway

A record 452 individual respondents have taken part in TXF Research's Global Export Finance Survey for 2021.

14 January 2021

IFC report argues for supporting low carbon investments post-COVID

Supporting low carbon investments through the COVID-19 recovery targeting funding for ten key sectors across 21 emerging markets has the potential to generate $10.2...

11 January 2021

Tom Jamieson, Jo En Low, and Gordon Stewart join Bracewell

Bracewell has hired Tom Jamieson, Jo En Low, and Gordon Stewart to join its London office as partners in the global energy practice. Jamieson, Low, and Stewart move to...

08 January 2021
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Renewables

EGP and QIA to partner in African renewables JV

Enel Green Power (EGP) and a Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) subsidiary have signed a joint venture partnership for the future construction and operation of renewable...

07 January 2021

KPMG Australia announces partner promotions

KPMG Australia has announced 33 new internal partner promotions that became effective from the start of the year. This includes promotion for Tom Lord in Sydney and...

05 January 2021
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Metals and Mining

Trump to approve land swap for Rio Tinto's Resolution Copper project

US President Donald Trump’s outgoing administration plans to approve a controversial land swap needed for Rio Tinto and partners to build an Arizona copper mining...

16 December 2020

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...

10 December 2020
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Oil & gas

Kosmos closes farm down of exploration assets to Shell

US-based Kosmos Energy has closed its deal with Shell to farm down interests in Suriname, Sao Tome & Principe, and Namibia for about $95 million, plus future...

09 December 2020
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Metals and Mining

Newmont to spend $500m over 5 years on climate initiatives

Colorado-based gold producer Newmont Corp has unveiled plans to spend $500 million over five years to meet climate change targets as the miner accelerates efforts to...

25 November 2020
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Renewables

Concordia granted Tomislavgrad wind farm concession

The government of Bosnia's Herzeg-Bosnian canton has granted Concordia a concession to develop a wind farm  in the southeastern municipality of Tomislavgrad.

10 November 2020
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Metals and Mining

UK court throws out £5bn lawsuit against BHP over dam disaster

A £5 billion ($6.6 billion) English lawsuit against Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP has been struck out, in a blow to a 200,000-strong Brazilian claimant group...

22 October 2020
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Agri/Soft Commodities

The LIBOR transition: Olam’s SORA-tied loan debut

With the complicated transition away from LIBOR looming at the end of 2021, Olam has secured Singapore’s first club deal pegged to the country’s new Singapore Overnight...