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DRC mass artisanal mining regulation experiment to take place
14 May 2021

Wiluna Mining’s $42m loan receives Mercuria’s credit approval
14 May 2021

Mountain Province taps Dunebridge for additional $33m facility
14 May 2021

NNPC finalises new crude-for-fuel swaps for one year
14 May 2021

Anglo, Glencore in need of standardised GHG benchmark
14 May 2021

Olam secures $1bn loan to acquire spice maker Ole Thompson
14 May 2021

Vitol to repower recently purchased Illinois wind farm with Exus

NEXI backs upgrades to Brazilian iron ore plant facilities
14 May 2021

UK probes GFG for fraud over Greensill financing
14 May 2021
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New CEO and CFO for Golar LNG
14 May 2021

EP Infrastructure to halt coal by 2030
14 May 2021

Total to boost Texas output after drawing down fuel in storage
14 May 2021

Saturn acquires transformation light oil assets
14 May 2021

Mining: A different shade of green
Mining: A different shade of green
Thomas Hopkins
14 May 2021

The mining sector is becoming a new frontier for green finance, as lenders take a greater interest in ESG issues. While green finance in mining has the potential to achieve positive environmental reforms, there is still uncertainty about how such lending will be regulated. What challenges might regulators face as they turn their attention to this emergent area of ESG finance?

Iron ore’s skyrocketed prices to stay amid supply squeeze
13 May 2021

Vanadium One gains Glencore backing for Mont Sorcier
13 May 2021

MSB and Mitsui enter into strategic alliance

Australian coal miners flag finance, insurance difficulties
13 May 2021

Mizuho to stop financing coal mining as calls for emission cuts rise
13 May 2021

Eni to spend €5.7bn by 2024 in bid for decarbonisation
13 May 2021

Castleton Commodities out to term loan B market for refi
13 May 2021

Invenergy and BW LNG get IDB finance for FSRU conversion
13 May 2021

Fallout of Suez blockage brings trail of claims
Fallout of Suez blockage brings trail of claims
Jonathan Bell
13 May 2021

The Ever Given container ship has been ‘arrested’ and the Egyptian authorities are demanding massive compensation. And with the Japanese owners of the ship declaring ‘general average’ there is now a virtual minefield for shippers and insurers to navigate. We explore some of the potential issues.

Traxys signs $1.33bn multicurrency RCF
12 May 2021

Black Iron selects Cargill for offtake and project financing for Shymanivske
12 May 2021

Euromont and Navigazione Montanari sign ECA-backed tanker loan

Danakali seals A$20.3m placement for Colluli potash project

Australia backs Iluka rare earths plant in critical minerals drive
12 May 2021

ADM to build $350m soy crushing facility in North Dakota
12 May 2021

Artemis Resources raises funds to accelerate drilling in WA

Sucafina closes $500m sustainability-linked facility
11 May 2021

Brighter skies gradually begin to appear for EU-UK trade relations
Brighter skies gradually begin to appear for EU-UK trade relations
Jonathan Bell
11 May 2021

On 27 April the European Union (EU) ratified the Brexit trade agreement with the United Kingdom. Here, TXF speaks to Alan Farkas, partner at international law firm Dorsey & Whitney, about whether the ratification has set the EU on a path to granting the UK ‘equivalence’ and what the agreement might mean for the financial services sector. 

Keppel O&M awarded $2.3bn contract to build FPSO for Petrobras

Shearman & Sterling hires energy partner David Clinch
11 May 2021

Triple Flag aims to raise $250m in IPO
11 May 2021

Perpetual Resources signs MoU for high-grade silica sand offtake

Artemis announces $129m equity financing for Blackwater gold project
11 May 2021

GoGold closes C$28.75m offering to finance Mexican projects
11 May 2021

More details emerge on StanChart’s ESG-tied derivative with Trafi
10 May 2021

Kosmos amends and extends RBL facility
10 May 2021

Kyrgyzstan court fines Centerra Gold mining venture $3.1bn
10 May 2021

Brazilian exports to UK soar in 2021 Q1
10 May 2021

Olam: Hardwiring supply chain sustainability with AtSource
Olam: Hardwiring supply chain sustainability with AtSource
Aife Howse
10 May 2021

With Olam recently signing a $1.45 billion facility linked to AtSource, a platform which provides customers with full traceability and insights on how to improve supply chain sustainability parameters, TXF takes a look at how sustainability and ESG impact reporting is evolving beyond the more immediate and obvious.

ADB 'to end coal, upstream oil and gas financing'
10 May 2021

Development banks pledge billions to increase African food security
10 May 2021

Woodfibre LNG signs second BP deal for British Columbia plant
10 May 2021

Lared Petroleum signs $715m Sabalo Energy deal
10 May 2021

Total eyes Papua LNG FID in 2023 as project teams remobilise
7 May 2021

Marathon Gold provides update on Valentine project
7 May 2021

Baker Botts appoints corporate partner Doug Getten
7 May 2021