The facility, which supports energy trading, logistics and activities in North America, will run for two years.
The offering will include whole of turnover, multi-buyer and single risk cover.
Grantor ONEE is aiming to get the projects to financial close before the COP 22 summit on climate change, due to be held in Marrakech between 7-18 November this year.
Jones Day has hired five infrastructure partners from Hogan Lovells in Asia, including James Harris, who was global head of infrastructure in Singapore. The four other partners are Julien Reidy, Bruce Schulberg, and Alex Cull in Singapore, and Kanyi Lui in Beijing.
The new offices - in Burundi, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe - will extend Norton Rose’s African coverage.
The borrower got away with very competitive pricing while also diversifying its funding base.
Four bidding groups are tendering for the delayed $2 billion 2x800MW Java 1 CCGT and floating storage project in Indonesia – a financing that will almost certainly require ECA backing.
The procurement will comprise six diesel multiple units, 160 passenger coaches; 30 oil tank wagons, 10 locomotives and 20 container carrier wagons. The track upgrade - 120 km in total – also includes new signalling.
Alba plans to finalize the loan this quarter along with the award of the EPC contract to build a 1350 MW power plant to provide electricity to Line 6.
The US-based firm signed the five-year loan to extend a facility maturing in August 2018.
The loan has a five-year tenor.
CEO says that in a bid to reserve policies in this new environment, Coface has taken “strong measures to proactively adapt our risk management”.
Despite its increased activity, net profit was down 67% year-on-year at €102.9 million, a drop Sace has attributed to market volatility and an increase in the amount of claims it has received.
Around 80% of the debt is expected to be provided by Kexim and K-Sure on the back of an EPC contract with GS Engineering and Construction.
The move comes as Noble Group CEO Yusuf Alierza resigned abruptly in May this year.
Effective August 1, the role will also involve managing the London branch of the bank.
Banca IFIS says the acquisition will enable it to add trade finance as one of its new areas of coverage.
ayat Kimya has secured a €15.25 million term loan with guarantees from Swedish export credit agency EKN.
The revolving credit facility will finance the oil and gas explorer’s operations.
The four-year loan is being provided by Santander to the subsidiary of Spain’s Iberdrola.