TXF Global Commodity Finance: Amsterdam 2019
The 6th edition returns to Amsterdam for the best networking and discussion in town. Harness the power of the flower at TXF Amsterdam and get psychedelic solutions to your financing needs.
Scotland’s unique PPP procurement method found favour with the private sector, but not with Eurostat. With an audit of the scheme looming, Scotland is searching for new financing methods and alternatives to NPD to resolve its infrastructure funding puzzle.
SoEnergy International Inc is currently negotiating contracts to develop two combined heat and power (CHP) plants in Mexico and the sources for financing of the project are open to bidding. The company also has two projects on its radar for near-term development, a 50MW wind farm and a 60MW biomass power plant, which international banks and export credit agencies, including German institutions and Bank of China Limited, have expressed willingness to finance.
With a smaller-than-expected commercial bank tranche, the $1.05 billion partially ECA-backed debt package for the Fadhili CHP project demonstrates some of the collateral damage Saudi Arabia is taking from its own low oil price policy.
On 15 January Acwa Power completed its first drawdown from its $370 million 19-year partially MIGA-covered financing for the construction of the 485MW Al Zarqa combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) in Jordan.
With costs down and technology improving, some argue ECA support for European offshore wind is actually distorting debt pricing in a market that could be commercially banked. If so, might that ECA support be better employed beyond Europe's borders?
Japanese life companies and smaller banks could become a key element in Japan’s effort to maintain its presence in overseas markets.
Fincantieri ended 2016 with final confirmation of the Virgin Voyages cruise ship order - a deal for a start-up backed by one of Sace's largest single cover cruise ship offerings to date.
Is the fund-backed debt package for Continental’s Buriticá gold mine project symptomatic of a growing alternative to traditional project lenders in the mid-level mining market?
Dubai is close to mandating arranging banks for a $3 billion loan to finance its Al Maktoum International Airport. But progress on the $2.5 billion debt mandate for the Dubai Metro Red Line extension has slowed - the deal has yet to be awarded despite feedback to bidders at the end of 2016.