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Winston & Strawn unveils combined Energy & Infrastructure Industry Group
9 February 2021

Banks in for Mining Industry Indonesia’s up to $750m loan
9 February 2021

PNG, Total sign fiscal agreement for Papua LNG project
9 February 2021

Total sees profit dive, plans name change in energy transition push
9 February 2021

British exporters back more climate action from UKEF
9 February 2021

Northern Territory Government set to ban seabed mining
9 February 2021

Petrobras to sell RLAM refinery to Mubadala, postpones REPAR sale
9 February 2021

Tanzanian Gold hires Andrew Cheatle as COO
9 February 2021

Nornickel told to pay $2bn fuel-spill fine
8 February 2021

Live Webinar | Enabling growth. Securing capital. Recovering from crisis.
Live Webinar | Enabling growth. Securing capital. Recovering from crisis.
Max Thompson
8 February 2021

Wednesday 10 February | 14:00 UK | Join TXF and Marsh for an exclusive 75 minute webinar where Marsh and other industry experts will be outlining an array of solutions available to corporates and lenders to help expand sales, secure essential capital and enable growth during these challenging times. This webinar is free to attend

N. Macedonia to call tender for construction of Negotino-Gevgelija gas pipeline in 2021
8 February 2021

Bboxx and Trafigura team-up to accelerate progress on UN SDG 7 in Africa
8 February 2021

Prospect Resources hires Ian Goldberg as CFO
8 February 2021

NGL closes refinancing of revolving credit facility
8 February 2021

Trafigura, Mubadala said to weigh sale of Spanish copper miner
8 February 2021

Chaarat Gold confirms shareholder loan equity switch
8 February 2021

Commodities supercycle or surge?
Commodities supercycle or surge?
Aife Howse
8 February 2021

Commodity prices reaching bullish levels as the world prepares to move out of the Covid crisis and into a green industrial revolution has sparked some excitement around the possibility of the next supercycle. But with bank funding growing increasingly sparse, there is a mismatch between demand and supply of capital - a sure problem for traders if the supercycle is here to stay.

Brazil’s Vale reaches $7bn settlement over mine dam collapse
5 February 2021

Northland Power planning major renewables investment programme
5 February 2021

Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and Macquarie deliver worlds first carbon neutral oil shipment
5 February 2021

Adaro Energy out to banks for refi
5 February 2021

Pakistan State Oil seeks out first spot deal in three years
5 February 2021

Hydrogen: A matter of scale
Hydrogen: A matter of scale
Thomas Hopkins
4 February 2021

Green hydrogen projects are on the increase – but they are also in the earliest stages of development and consequently banks are still treating the sector with caution. Will this emergent sector come into its own in the next decade? And what will it take to change lender angst to appetite?

Rosneft and BP sign carbon management agreement
4 February 2021

Freeport and Tsingshan to finalise $2.8 billion copper smelter deal
4 February 2021

Reliance to sell Marcellus shale assets for $250 million
4 February 2021

Peninsula Petroleum gets uncommmitted borrowing base from Kimura
4 February 2021

Mineracao Vale Verde do Brasil closes on financing for Serrote
4 February 2021

EnQuest out for Golden Eagle debt
4 February 2021

Phatisa Food Fund 2 reaches $143m final close from DFI commitments
4 February 2021

Carlyle doubles stake in Swiss refiner Varo, with eye on biofuels expansion
4 February 2021

American Pacific Mining seals 100% ownership of Tuscarora Gold Project
4 February 2021

UK defends approval of first deep coal mine in 30 years
4 February 2021

USA Rare Earth to explore public offering at value above $1bn
4 February 2021

Bacanora seeks $60m to pay for stage 1 of Sonora project
3 February 2021

FMO arranges $200m syndicated facility for Ecom Agroindustrial
3 February 2021

Six trends shaping the industries and sectors we cover in 2021
3 February 2021

Consensus still standing - Or is new thinking needed on export finance regulation?
Consensus still standing - Or is new thinking needed on export finance regulation?
Katharine Morton
3 February 2021

The OECD Consensus has a long history but it’s still the only game in town. With the International Working Group now in stasis, is that a problem, or is it going to focus minds on reform? It’s time for new thinking.

KAZ chairman mulls sweetening $2.4bn buyout
3 February 2021

ExxonMobil swings to loss amid ‘the most challenging conditions’ ever
3 February 2021

Lower prices push ConocoPhillips into the red
3 February 2021

Noreco signs $1.1bn ESG-linked RBL facility
3 February 2021

FMO arranges $200 million DFI loan for Ecom
2 February 2021
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Dumping coal can be good for insurance company stock
2 February 2021

Nickel West taps into solar power for Kwinana refinery
2 February 2021

Greece gets six non-binding bids for nickel smelting plant
2 February 2021

Americas Gold and Silver closes C$33.9m financing
2 February 2021

Premier unveils i-80 Gold management team
2 February 2021

Australian Potash gains environmental approval for Lake Wells Project
2 February 2021

King Island Scheelite secures Dolphin Project funding
2 February 2021