TXF Americas 2020
The fun in the sun returns! Bringing all key players together for two days of networking, we explore case studies of the latest deals and examine the next hot opportunities across the region.
Egypt has partnered with GDF Suez, Toyota and Orascom to build a 250 MW wind farm, the project is part of a government push to hit 4.3 giga watt (GW) of wind and solar projects by the end of next year.
Bloated state development bank BNDES is to be slimmed down by the government in order to boost commercial lenders in the Brazilian infrastructure market.
Italian ECA SACE this week announced the value of claims hit €130.8 million in the first quarter results of 2016 - up 91% on the same period last year. SACE says the significant increase reflects compensations paid for Italian supplies in the shipping and the metallurgy sector.
GME, Central America's leading wind energy company, has tapped three international development agencies, FMO, Proparco, and OeEB for $149 million in long-term financing to build four 20-MW wind farms in Costa Rica.
Facing a liquidity drought, the state-owned lenders to Korea’s embattled shipyards are in need of recapitalisation if they are to support restructuring in the industry. But bailout plans have worried the IMF and may put Korea on the wrong side of WTO state aid rules.
Mining company First Quantum Minerals has completed a new $1.8 billion term loan and revolving credit facility with its core relationship banks that gives it revised financial covenants and an extended amortisation schedule.
The order for four very large gas carriers from Hyundai Heavy Industries is riding on the coat tails of a decade of expansion for Korea’s shipbuilders. But concerns about overcapacity are hitting the order books.
The total number of ECA deals taking place in the first quarter of 2016 has more than halved compared to Q1 of 2015, while deal volume is down 12%. TXF's Q1 data clearly reveals larger but fewer deals are taking place, but the question on everyone's mind is what's driving this dramatic drop in the number of deals in the market?
The $314 million deal is part of a strategy to get a slice of Eurasian trade along the new Silk Road as the country tries to wean itself off a dependence on shrinking oil revenues.
The size of the target – 15, 35 or 43 gigawatts (GW) – is open to dispute, but there is less argument about whether the Indonesian government is serious about its plans to add power capacity at a fast rate. The country’s administration, led by President Joko Widodo (or Jokowi for short), has been in office since October 2014, and has already managed to spur some progress in Indonesia’s notoriously sclerotic independent power sector.
The Islamic Corporation for the Insurance of Investment and Export Credit (ICIEC), part of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB), is ready to invest in projects in Indonesia after it signed an agency agreement yesterday with PT AsuransiAsei Indonesia at the IsDB's 41st annual meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Italian shipbuilding continues to boom with last month’s ECA-backed loan for a new vessel from Fincantieri.
Two out of three people lack access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa, but a new initiative, Scaling Solar, rolled out this week by the World Bank group aims to bridge this gap by supporting investments to build low cost, large-scale solar plants throughout the region.
Wind energy is the fastest growing source of electricity in Canada and is set to play a major role in the action plans of Québec's 2030 energy policy. The government-backed policy came exactly a month before last week's announcement that one of Canada's largest wind power projects closed a $617.5 million refinancing– in a deal backed by German ECA Euler Hermes.