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19 October 2020

Baker Botts unveils Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Practice Group

Baker Botts has launched a dedicated Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Practice Group within the firm’s Energy sector. The move comes on the heels of the...

16 October 2020
Infrastructure, Transport

Transurban appoints interim CFO

Toll road operator Transurban has appointed Tom McKay as its interim Chief Financial Officer from November 13 to coincide with the departure of the current CFO Adam...

30 September 2020

Export finance rises bravely to the challenges

ECAs and export finance activity have been paramount to global trade and project success so far throughout the pandemic. Discussion on the key themes, topics, trends and...

28 September 2020

Shop talk: Fox’s pledge for female inclusion as head of WTO

TXF spoke with Dr Liam Fox MP, whose campaign for director general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) prioritises female economic inclusion and respect for a...

25 September 2020
Metals and Mining

Pebble Partnership CEO resigns after secret tapes released

The chief executive of Pebble Limited Partnership, the company trying to develop Alaska’s Pebble Mine project, has resigned after his comments on elected and...

23 September 2020

FbiH adopts draft energy permit for Prkline 2 wind farm

The Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) has adopted a draft energy permit for the construction of the 48MW Pakline...

23 September 2020

Let’s Get Digital

The technology we use to facilitate the flow and execution of financial transactions can move quicker than we think. This brief peek into the past offers some ideas for...

18 September 2020
Metals and Mining

Tomagold sells Monster Lake interest to Iamgold

Canada's Tomagold is selling its 25% interest in the Monster Lake Project to Iamgold Corporation in a C$8.5 million ($6.4 million) deal.Toronto-headquartered Iamgold...

09 September 2020
Oil & gas

Kosmos Energy to sell some exploration assets to Shell

US-based oil and gas producer Kosmos Energy has agreed to sell certain exploration assets in Africa and South America to a unit of Royal Dutch Shell for up to $200...

07 September 2020
Oil & gas

Waitsia gas project approved by EPA

The Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has recommended the Waitsia Gas project Stage 2 for environmental approval, subject to strict...

04 September 2020
Agri/Soft Commodities

EBRD provides €10m loan to Ukraine’s Agrofusion

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is supporting Ukraine’s Agrofusion Group with a €10 million loan to finance the company’s working...

01 September 2020
Metals and Mining

Pretivm Resources announces leadership changes

Vancouver-headquartered Pretivm Resources has announced that Tom S.Q. Yip, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, will leave the company on 30...

13 August 2020
Metals and Mining

Russia has $1.5bn plan to dent China's rare earth dominance

Russia plans to invest $1.5 billion in rare earth minerals, critical to the defence, telecommunications and renewable energy sectors, as it strives to become the biggest...

12 August 2020

ABCP: Needs must when the devil drives in discombobulated trade markets?

China’s underreported new ABCP digitisation play, if it works, could have implications for trade finance markets. It’s a big if, but it certainly warrants closer...

07 August 2020

R&L Solar Construction enters administration

Australian sub-contractor R&L Solar Constructions has been placed in voluntary administration with insolvency specialists Pitcher Partners appointed as...

06 August 2020

Laughlan Waterston and Tom Waterhouse change roles at SMBC

Laughlan Waterston, head of energy and natural resources at SMBC in London, will shortly be moving to Dubai to take up the position of head of corporate and project...

31 July 2020
Oil & gas, Power, Renewables

Credit Suisse restructures energy business

Credit Suisse Group is merging its oil and gas banking group with the global infrastructure, utilities and renewables team to help the bank bridge the gap between its...

13 July 2020
Infrastructure, Transport

Atlantia offer a "joke" according to Italian PM

Italy's prime minister Giuseppe Conte has dismissed as a "joke" the latest offer from infrastructure group Atlantia, which is trying to cling on to a...

19 June 2020

Impact assessment: Covid-19 and cities

In the fifth of a series of insights on the impact of Covid-19 on the global economy, Orbian CEO Tom Dunn interviews Felix de Grey, a writer and urbanism specialist, to...

04 June 2020

Impact assessment: Covid-19 and the world of sport

In the fourth of a series of insights on the impact of Covid-19 on the global economy, Orbian CEO Tom Dunn interviews Gordon D’Arcy, a retired Irish rugby player, to...