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QIC sues EnergyAustralia for A$1bn over Iona gas deal

The Australian fund manager is taking action against the local utility for lack of disclosure during the 2015 sale process of the A$1.78bn plant.

US tax reform: winners and losers in the infra world

Interest deductibility could allow companies with sizeable overseas assets to bring cash back to the US and spend big on infrastructure, lawyers at Debevoise said.

Mainstream-backed Scottish wind project wins ruling

The proposed £2bn Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm was favoured in its dispute with the UK’s LCCC, but its developer is awaiting a ruling on an appeal over government consents.

NPS’s global alternatives head resigns

Sang-Hyun Yoo's departure comes amid a wave of resignations at the pension fund and following investigations related to a corruption scandal.

Brazil judge halts $5.2bn Petrobras-Brookfield pipeline deal

Brookfield, which led a consortium to purchase a 90% stake in the natural gas network, expects appeals to be imminent.

The US’s second offshore wind farm coming to NY

The 90MW project has received approval from Long Island’s power authority two weeks after the state’s Governor announced plans to develop 2.4GW of offshore wind by 2030.

Brookfield makes offers to TerraForms in exclusive talks

SunEdison's former yieldcos have been considering bids for months and Brookfield appears to be the top contender.

UK to reform private funds law

The country is seeking to compete with other jurisdictions for private funds’ business.

Australia makes move to fend off infra ‘sabotage’

The country is creating a new body to mitigate security risks for its strategic infrastructure, including electricity, water and port assets.

Infra specialists among partners promoted at Hogan Lovells

North Africa, the US and Latin America likely to be in the spotlight as the law firm boosts its senior contingent.

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