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March signing for Dubai Airport loans
15 February 2017

Opportunity of the day: Falvez Energy begins talks to finance Mexican wind project
14 February 2017

China State Construction says ECAs will boost Middle East work
14 February 2017

Nam Dinh 1 nears financial close
Nam Dinh 1 nears financial close
Max Thompson
13 February 2017

Last month Acwa Power and Taekwang Power mandated banks for the $4 billion 1.2GW Nam Dinh 1 coal-fired power project in Vietnam, with the deal expected to close in two months time.

Canadian Zinc appoints adviser for Prairie Creek mine
13 February 2017

Kathmandu's hydropower project reaches financial close
13 February 2017

Liberia taps SFD for Gbarnga-Salayea road upgrades
13 February 2017

SNIB or snub?: The viability of a new Scottish development bank
SNIB or snub?: The viability of a new Scottish development bank
Tom Nelthorpe
10 February 2017

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.

Opportunity of the day: Aretep to seek project finance for $150m Chile mining initiative
10 February 2017

Ramu 2 hydro winners out to debt market
Ramu 2 hydro winners out to debt market
Staff Writer iiicorp.com
10 February 2017

A Chinese joint venture has won the Ramu 2 hydro project in Papua New Guinea and is in the market for a major project financing.

AIIM hires Patrick Kouame as investment director
10 February 2017

Al Risha solar project nears financial close
Al Risha solar project nears financial close
Max Thompson
9 February 2017

Acwa Power is weeks away from financial close on a bilaterally negotiated 18-year DFI-backed financing for the 61.3MW solar scheme at Risha in Jordan.

Opportunity of the day: Fujian group may relaunch tender for wind turbine project
9 February 2017

HSF advises EKF on Australian wind farm financing
9 February 2017

ADB climate financing hits record $3.7bn
9 February 2017

Cricket Valley: Merchant hedging lends comfort
Cricket Valley: Merchant hedging lends comfort
Max Thompson
8 February 2017

Cricket Valley Energy Center closed a debt and equity package last month to finance the construction of a 1.1GW greenfield power plant in Dover. The deal includes a rare 'revenue put' to give lenders added comfort.

Opportunity of the day: Eos Energy seals Brazil solar storage deal - but predicts need for future financing
8 February 2017

IsDB approves $790m for new development projects
8 February 2017

Swan Energy and Exmar mandate FSRU project
8 February 2017

Banks expect major ME power mandates in 2017
7 February 2017

Korean ECAs back Iraq's new city project
Korean ECAs back Iraq's new city project
Max Thompson
7 February 2017

K-sure and Kexim provided support last month to cover an Iraqi government construction payment to Hanwha E&C for the $10 billion Bismayah New City project in Iraq – the largest overseas project by a single Korean contractor to date.

SoEnergy looking to mandate CHP project financing
SoEnergy looking to mandate CHP project financing
Staff Writer iiicorp.com
7 February 2017

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.

Solar fund secures £100m finance facility
7 February 2017

Sinosure backs JA Solar for Brazilian project exports
6 February 2017

New project financing model for Transmission Company of Nigeria
3 February 2017

MIGA umbrella for Myanmar cable risks
MIGA umbrella for Myanmar cable risks
Max Thompson
2 February 2017

Myanmar's telecom sector received a boost last month when MIGA backed the rollout of 4,500 km of fibre optic cable by providing 95% cover for a $100 million loan to Myanmar Fibre Optic Communication Network

Germany's DEG finances equipment for India's infrastructure
2 February 2017

IFC, MIGA back gas-fired power plant in Jordan
1 February 2017

Cheaper Chinese competition stalls BNDES solar financing
1 February 2017

DBJ helps finance New York thermal power project
1 February 2017

Fadhili CHP: Cheap debt but not what Aramco is used to
Fadhili CHP: Cheap debt but not what Aramco is used to
Tom Nelthorpe
31 January 2017

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.

Development banks boost finance for CIS projects by 130%
31 January 2017

Zarqa CCGT seals long tenor, well priced, DFI debt
Zarqa CCGT seals long tenor, well priced, DFI debt
Max Thompson
30 January 2017

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.

Engie wins ECA-backed $1.2bn Saudi gas plant contract
30 January 2017

ECAs and offshore wind: From backstop to bonus
ECAs and offshore wind: From backstop to bonus
Tom Nelthorpe
30 January 2017

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?

China Exim agrees loan for Angolan port to boost trade
30 January 2017

China Exim approves loan for Lagos-Ibadan rail project
30 January 2017

Fitch warns that China's Silk Road ambition could be a risk to Chinese banks
27 January 2017

New tap: Japan outbound looks beyond JBIC for liquidity
New tap: Japan outbound looks beyond JBIC for liquidity
Tom Nelthorpe
26 January 2017

Japanese life companies and smaller banks could become a key element in Japan’s effort to maintain its presence in overseas markets.

India's biggest solar project stalls as state balks at cost
26 January 2017

MIGA backs loan for Myanmar fibre optic cable work
26 January 2017

Join TXF in supporting our Charity Partner
Join TXF in supporting our Charity Partner
Lucy Morris
25 January 2017

AbleChildAfrica launches its first Grand Football Raffle - a great way to support TXF’s incredible Partner charity while having fun at the same time. And who knows, you could be a winner!

Virgin Voyages: Start-up funding but not as we knew it
Virgin Voyages: Start-up funding but not as we knew it
Sean Keating
24 January 2017

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.

Tanzania seeks Turk Eximbank loan for railway
24 January 2017

KfW Development Bank keeps Lima metro on track
KfW Development Bank keeps Lima metro on track
Max Thompson
20 January 2017

The Peru government raised DFI loans last month from both KfW and AFD – the latest tranches of debt to back the state contribution to the $5.8 billion Lima Metro Line 2 PPP project.

K-sure collects export receivables in Iran
20 January 2017

Undermining: Funds making inroads into mid-level mining project debt market
Undermining: Funds making inroads into mid-level mining project debt market
Tom Nelthorpe
18 January 2017

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?

All quiet on the Dubai metro front
All quiet on the Dubai metro front
Max Thompson
18 January 2017

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.

China Exim-backed Ugandan railway project to cost $2.3bn
18 January 2017

GuarantCo, NISA form InfraCredit to boost Nigeria projects
18 January 2017