Hokkaido Airport, a 17-member consortium led by Hokkaido Airport Terminal (HKK), has signed a ¥365.1bn (US$3.34bn) 30-year loan facility to finance the acquisition of seven airports in Hokkaido under the country’s privatisation programme.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOE) has reduced the 2020 feed-in tariff (FiT) for power purchase agreements (PPAs) signed this year for renewable energy schemes.
Signing of the loan documents began last week for the financing of Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ (CIP’s) 600MW offshore wind projects.
Electricity Generating (Egco) has acquired a 25% stake in Yunlin Holding, the parent company of Yunneng Wind Power that is developing a 640MW offshore wind project (OWP) in the Taiwan Strait about 8km off the coast of Yunlin county.
Canada’s Northland Power is understood to be seeking a financial adviser to help put together the financing for 1.044GW of offshore wind projects that are due to commence operation in 2024 and 2025.
The Chinese government will for the first time allow foreign companies to join in the exploration and production of oil and gas in the country, a sector that has been limited so far to state-owned companies such as China National Petroleum Company (CNPC), China Petrochemical Corp (Sinopec) or their listed vehicles.