Nigeria LNG's Train 7 hybrid debt raising is the first multi-sourced corporate financing for a project in the LNG sector. So how much of a progression is it beyond NLNG's other hybrid deal (the NLNG-Plus financing in 2003) and is it a feasible template for other established gas developers in emerging markets?
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WISTA and PwC’s survey into gender diversity and equality in the Swiss commodities industry has crucially identified a gender gap in perception when it comes to equality in the workplace – a stark indicator that gender diversity needs to be moved higher on the corporate agenda.
Europe’s energy crisis has provoked a scramble for LNG. In order to meet demand, investment towards specialist carriers and import terminals has ballooned. But can the possibility of adapting LNG tech for renewable power remedy long-term concerns around stranded fossil fuel assets?
Approximately 600 million people in Africa have no access to electricity. In a continent with considerable potential for energy natural resource development – both through renewable and fossil fuels – why has it become so difficult to finance related trades and new projects?