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Project Finance

Project Finance
4th Edition
ISBN:  9780414042391
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  21 Aug 2013
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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Negotiating the rapidly changing markets of projects, energy and infrastructure requires extensive knowledge of all issues involved. Project Finance can help.

Guiding you through the legal and commercial issues involved, Project Finance explains current market practice in the increasingly important project, energy and infrastructure market and how various techniques are used and adapted in different sectors.

With significant changes in the globak economy over the eight years since the last edition published, project development and the funding of infrastructure and energy assets and businesses have quickly evolved. The new edition helps you stay up-to-date with detailed coverage of the changing nature of the industry.



  1. The Parties Objectives
  2. Runnng a Competition
  3. Structuring the Bid
  4. Types of Vehicle
  5. The Contractual Framework
  6. Bankability
  7. The Principal Finance Documents
  8. Negotiating Finance Documents
  9. Ratios and Accounts
  10. Project Bonds
  11. Sponsor Support, Security and Related Issues
  12. Projects in Trouble
  13. Insurance Issues
  14. Export Credit and Multilateral Agencies
  15. Environmental Issues
  16. State Aid
  17. Public International Law and Projects
  18. Cross-border Pipeline Projects
  19. Upstream Oil & Gas and Projects
  20. LNG Projects
  21. Public-Private Partnerships
  22. Infrastructure
  23. Nuclear Power



Graham Vinter
Author of previous editions, Graham Vinter joined BG Group Plc as General Counsel in November 2007. He has responsibility for the legal affairs of the Group. Prior to becoming General Counsel, he spent 27 years with the international law firm, Allen & Overy LLP. He was a partner there for just under 20 years and was Global Head of Projects from 1996-2007. His experience includes advising on energy and infrastructure transactions in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and elsewhere.

Gareth Price
Co-author of the 3rd edition, Gareth Price is the Global Head of Projects and Global Co-Head of Energy at Allen & Overy LLP. He represents government, borrowers third-party equity investors, commercial lenders, ECAs, MLAs, DFIs and bond lead managers on all aspects of their development of and investments in energy and infrastructure assets around the world.

David Lee
David Lee is the Joint Global Head of Infrastructure at Allen & Overy LLP. He has been a partner there for 15 yeard and has participated in many of the market developments and helped shape some of them (including in his time at the Treasury Taskforce in the 1990s, developing the PPP model). He represents governments, investors and financiers on all aspects of infrastructure projects, including their development and financing and on the financing of the acquisition of infrastructure assets.


The new 4th edition:

  • Recognises the expansion of projects beyond their power and energy roots, covering the infrastructure market in depth
  • Charts the rise of independent financial equity in the projects, energy and infrastructure sectors (whether private funds, specialist infrastructure or energy funda, pension funds or sovereign-controlled funds) and its effects
  • Reflects the huge changes in the energy market
  • Includes new sections dealing with the



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