Area of focus

Sovereigns: Infrastructure, Energy and Projects

We have been entrusted by sovereigns and investors in over 40 jurisdictions to deliver infrastructure and energy projects across a range of sectors. We have a successful track record of this.

Properly structured infrastructure and energy development drives economic growth, providing an immediate stimulus through employment and delivering the platform that drives long term economic growth.

In addition to strong returns on their investments into infrastructure and energy projects, sovereigns expect to deliver positive social and environmental outcomes from such projects and embedding these requirements into projects is key to their success. We have a long track record of successful working with our clients to ensure that these fundamental drivers remain at the forefront throughout the lifetime of a project.

Representative experience

IFC and the City of Belgrade in connection with a PPP project to transform the city's existing waste management practices.

ENEE of Honduras in developing and financing a US$300m hydroelectric project financed by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Asian Development Bank, GuarantCo, and Munich Re, on the US$160m satellite project financing of the Asia-Pacific Remote Broadband Internet Satellite Project (Kacific1).

The Shah Deniz Consortium (BP, SOCAR, Statoil, Total, and 3 minority parties) on the US$45bn Shah Deniz Phase 2 Gas Project.

Compagnie Generale des Eaux in a water concession project for the Caracas Aqueduct in Venezuela.

French Ministry of Transport on the €1.59bn A45 motorway PPP project from Lyon to Saint-Etienne, part-financed by EIB.

Philippines Department of Transport and Communications on the redevelopment of the Puerto Princesa international airport as a pilot PPP project in the Philippines.

The lenders (15 banks, institutional lenders and ECAs) to the Macquarie, SK, Cintra, Aberdeen, and BAM consortium on the financing of the Silvertown tunnel project in London.

IFC, FMO, DEG, and HSBC on a large hydro-project financing in Armenia, the first-ever international project financing in the Armenian power sector.

Petroecuador on US$2.5bn crude oil supply agreement with PetroThailand and a US$509m facility agreement executed by Export-Import Bank of China and Ministry of Finance of Ecuador.

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