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Colony Capital buys Digital Bridge for $325m

The real estate firm and digital infrastructure manager raised a fund together which closed on $4.05bn in June.

Ardian’s Skyline Renewables adds US wind portfolio

An Ardian-backed US renewables venture has made its fourth acquisition in the wind sector since its launch last year as it moves to meet a 3GW goal. Skyline Renewables, a partnership between French fund manager Ardian and Transatlantic Power Holdings, announced the purchase of four wind farms with a combined 117MW capacity. The deal puts […]

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 […]

Digital Colony expands European footprint with UK acquisition

Telecoms speciality manager Digital Colony has made its first investment in the UK market acquiring a majority stake in Stratto, a small mobile network services provider. Stratto’s existing shareholders, which include institutional investor consultant BiscayneAmericas Advisors, as well as members of the management team rolled a portion of their ownership stake into the new capital […]

John Hancock’s new infra fund invests in Blackstone’s tower business

The vehicle closed last month on $2bn, in a strategy shift that sees the Canadian insurer manage third-party capital for the asset class.

KKR creates joint venture for $1.2bn US midstream acquisition

The New York-based firm funded 60% of the deal for natural gas services company Discovery Midstream, while Williams Partners contributed 40%.

Blackline, TPG credit arm create midstream JV

Blackline Midstream, formed to acquire oil and gas assets, buys New Hampshire propane terminal from Houston-based Trammo.

Mongolia prepares to sign first PPP this quarter

The north Asian country has had the project in the works since 2011, and may finally be able to bring an international consortium in to complete the $1.2bn job.

Philippine LRT1 terms revised, prepares rebid

The failed bidding for the country’s largest PPP project has prompted the government to revise its terms.

Seven submit bids for $407m Mactan-Cebu

After several delays, the airport project has finally gotten its bidding process complete, and the government is preparing to open the bids today.

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