Project and Export Finance

Project finance is a non-recourse loan structure used to fund infrastructure projects. Project finance keeps the debt off the project sponsor’s balance sheet – if the project defaults, the lenders take over ownership of the project asset and have no recourse to the original project sponsor. This enables developers to borrow money for major projects without the risk of corporate bankruptcy should the project fail. The structure is widely used in the financing of major projects in the oil and gas, power, renewables, mining, transport (fixed and moveable assets) and public-private-partnership (P3) sectors. In addition to non-recourse debt, project financing can take the form of limited recourse debt, ECA-backed debt, DFI-backed debt, project bonds and even securitisations.

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Commerz Real invests in EnBW wind portfolio
24 February 2021

Blue Gem Wind submits scoping report for Welsh offshore project
24 February 2021

RP Global plans 1GW of renewables in Poland
24 February 2021

SSE and Acciona to develop Iberian offshore wind
24 February 2021

Telson secures $25m funding to complete Tahuehueto mine construction
24 February 2021

Bahrain launches Metro PPP
24 February 2021

NSW launches Renewable Energy Sector Board
24 February 2021

Cordelio acquires 400MW Firebrick wind project
24 February 2021

NEO Energy snaps up ExxonMobil’s North Sea assets for over $1bn
24 February 2021

Kexim to create $180m global ESG fund
24 February 2021

ECAs and the once elusive SME: Hunting the Snark?
ECAs and the once elusive SME: Hunting the Snark?
Katharine Morton
24 February 2021

What has Covid meant for ECAs and their ability to attract smaller companies? How are ECAs responding to the needs of these new clients and how are they broadening their financing partners? Once the pandemic imperative is over, will those smaller businesses be back for more? TXF talks to four ECAs about their experience with SMEs – and finds out things may have changed for good.

Saudi progresses with Sudair solar PV deal
24 February 2021

Boudrias leaves Goldman Sachs
24 February 2021

CIP and Danish partners to set up 1GW green ammonia project

Sequoia plans £173m placement
24 February 2021

APA to convert gas pipeline for hydrogen transmission
24 February 2021

KKR and Telefonica to build open access fibre network in Chile
24 February 2021

Arcus fund acquires majority stake in Peacock

Sale of HEDNO stake attracts 11 investors
24 February 2021

GasLog makes plans to go private
24 February 2021

Royal Caribbean gets a $1.05bn debt holiday for 14 ships
24 February 2021

Quadran farms down two renewables portfolios
24 February 2021

ArcLight acquires minority stake in NGPL
24 February 2021

KEXIM to update study for HCMC metro PPP
24 February 2021

Santander vows to cease financing for thermal coal mining
24 February 2021

AIIB agrees $304m loan for Assam electricity upgrade project
24 February 2021

Macquarie Capital launches LNG project development platform
24 February 2021

Sibanye-Stillwater to invest in lithium group Keliber Oy
24 February 2021

ADB appoints Bruno Carrasco to lead sustainable development role
24 February 2021

Deep Yellow raises A$40.8m through share placement
24 February 2021

HFW hires energy, commodities partner Dan Perera in Singapore
23 February 2021

RES appoints BoP contractors for Swedish wind farm
23 February 2021

Uttar Pradesh makes infra allocations in 2020-21 budget
23 February 2021

Burns & McDonnell selected for NGET framework
23 February 2021

EOI issued for Kanyakumari port PPP
23 February 2021

Hawaii splits Aloha Stadium PPP into two parts
23 February 2021

EDP launches energy storage and hydrogen business units
23 February 2021

PennDOT plans 9 toll bridge P3s
23 February 2021

China’s overseas energy lending tumbles to lowest since 2008
23 February 2021

DEG commits €1.4bn from own funds in 2020
23 February 2021

UKEF overhauls buyer finance support to boost SME exports
23 February 2021

Qotto receives financing for Benin, Burkina Faso solar project
23 February 2021

The complexities of CIRR revealed
The complexities of CIRR revealed
Tom Parkman
23 February 2021

TXF Research’s Global Export Finance Industry Report 2021 shows that 42% of the ECAs surveyed have unlimited access to CIRR and that 30% plan to increase their direct lending facilities in 2021.

Adani and EdgeConneX form Indian data centre platform
23 February 2021

Malaysia plans SPV to roll-out 5G
23 February 2021

Qatar invites EOIs for school PPP
23 February 2021

Hoosier Energy signs PPA for Ratts 2 solar in Indiana
23 February 2021

Finnvera posts loss as COVID-19 hits profit
23 February 2021

Development Bank of Wales to get £270m extra funding
23 February 2021

Bosnia prepares to tender 132MW wind project
23 February 2021