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KKR, BlackRock debut in Middle East with $4bn Abu Dhabi pipeline deal

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company believes the deal ‘is laying the groundwork’ for further infrastructure investment by institutional investors.

EQT makes US midstream its last investment from Fund III

EQT made the last investment from its €4 billion third infrastructure fund in a US midstream business. The news comes as its fourth fundraise, targeting as much as €9 billion, looks to wrap up in the next couple of months, a source familiar with the matter said. Kodiak Gas Services, a Houston-based midstream company, is […]

Energy Capital retools lending strategy with Fund II

The US-headquartered firm’s initial vehicle posted better results in its $377m of senior debt investments than when also taking mezzanine positions into account.

Four key markets to watch in 2019

With uncertainty unlikely to disappear and signs that a market correction may be upon us, Aviva Investors head of infrastructure debt Darryl Murphy zeroes in on where deaflow can be found.

Lessons from a landmark IPP

Ashwin West, investment director, African Infrastructure Investment Managers, tells us what it took to get Mali’s first independent power project to cross the finish line.

Octopus makes first Australian investment with $322m solar farm

The London-headquartered investor says the deal will be ‘the first of many’ Down Under.

KKR targets Canadian energy with new JV

New York-based KKR and SemGroup, headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, announced a partnership to build out oil and gas transportation services in Western Canada’s Montney Basin and will acquire Meritage Midstream for $449 million to seed the new venture. KKR committed $385 million to take a 49 percent stake in SemCAMS Midstream ULC, which will be […]

New Energy lifts fundraising cap to $500m for second credit fund

The infrastructure shop is raising another pool of capital to fund energy efficient infrastructure after its debut vehicle closed above target.

Korea Post seeks fund managers for $300m energy infra mandate

The hunt for strategies pursuing more than 70% of investments in OECD countries comes less than a year after the Korean investor announced a $500m mandate.

Year in Review: Renewables break through government inaction

Despite governments in countries such as the US and Australia failing to encourage clean energy investment, the sector has boomed. Is it finally coming of age?

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