Institutional Investing in Infrastructure
March 2011: Vol. 4, Number 3Buy For $175.00 Add to Cart
All Eyes on London: U.K. Capital Prepares for Sustainable Olympics in 2012
There aren’t many events that can evoke the hope, fear, excitement, devastation and elation of the entire world in a matter of minutes. In the summer months of 2012, the United Kingdom will be the backdrop of this exact display of emotion as London plays host to one of the most-watched international sporting events — the Olympic Games.
Shop Talk: A Conversation with Norman Anderson
Institutional Investing in Infrastructure assistant editor Tyson Freeman spoke with Anderson about his firm’s latest report, The Global Infrastructure Marketplace: The Next 20 Years.The report models the level of infrastructure investment around the world across many different types of infrastructure through the year 2030.
Presidio Parkway Will Proceed
The Presidio Parkway Project in San Francisco, the first project in California to reach the award stage under the state’s new P3 legislation, will proceed after an Alameda County Superior Court judge struck down a lawsuit led by the Professional Engineers in California Government (PECG), the union that represents Caltrans engineers.
EnCap Closes $3.5 Billion Energy Fund
Oil and gas private equity firm EnCap Investments has closed EnCap Energy Capital Fund VIII, its largest fund to date, with $3.5 billion in commitments.
Fiera Axium Raises C$460 Million for Infrastructure Fund
Fiera Axium Infrastructure announced that it closed its first
Canadian-focused infrastructure fund with C$460 million ($471 million) in commitments.
GE Completes Infrastructure Acquisition
General Electric completed its $3 billion acquisition of Dresser Inc., a global energy infrastructure technology and service provider, from funds managed by Riverstone Holdings and First Reserve Corp., Dresser management and its other stockholders.
- Haddington Ventures to Buy Continental Gas Storage