Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp announced on Friday that it had bought a 100-megawatt (MW) gas power facility in Tokyo and is also planning to add further 200 MW of local capacity in 2016.
Geneva-based Vitol Group is thinking of making a bid for some of Royal Dutch Shell's downstream operations in Australia, according to sources interviewed by Bloomberg.
The Panama Canal Authority and a building consortium led by Spain's Sacyr Vallehermoso SA on Tuesday agreed to put up at least $100 million each to keep the Panama Canal expansion project running. The two parties are at odds over who should pay for $1.6 billion in project cost overruns.
Sydney, Australia-based investment manager AMP capital invested $100 million in subordinated financing for the fully operational Astoria Project Partners power plant in New York, USA.
Texas, US-based private investment firm TPG Capital is in a tussle with two other potential buyers of the Australian assets of Netherlands-based petrol and refining firm Royal Dutch Shell, according to a report.
Canada-based firm Enbridge Inc has announced an agreement to pour in $200 million in the Keechi Wind Project in Colorado, Texas, which is expected to be completed in early 2015.
Singapore-based fund New Asia Investments invested an undisclosed amount to complete a new waste water treatment facility in Vietnam through its portfolio holding, GD Wasser.
Canada resurrected a $4.7 billion agreement to buy Sikorsky helicopters from United Technologies Corp which Ottawa nearly scrapped due to delays and complications it encountered, Reuters reported.
Oil & Natural Gas Corp or ONGC said it would be spending about $9 billion in the next ten years to produce oil found in new blocks in the east coast of India.
CEZ Group, a utility conglomerate based in Prague, could ink a $10 billion deal to expand the Temelin nuclear power plant some time in the second quarter of 2015. CEZ is in talks with US' Westinghouse and a consortium that includes Russia's Atomstroyexport, according to a Reuters report.
Plans to improve oil production facilities in Indonesia are underway to meet rising local consumption of oil and in effect, increasing drilling-related expenses reimbursed by the national government
Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man with about $22 billion net worth, is set to spend $9 billion to build the largest privately-owned oil refinery in Nigeria.
The Old Ghost Road cycle trail, which is developed by Mokihinui-Lyell Backcountry Trust, received $800,000 from the Department of Conservation of New Zealand to complete the project.
Infrastructure group Invepar SA has won the rights to operate a 937-kilometer stretch of Brazil's BR-040 highway, connecting Brasilia to Rio de Janeiro. Invepar is expected to invest $3.2 billion in BR-040 over the next three decades.
US-based Fortress Investment Group intends to raise $1.9 billion to form the first infrastructure fund in Japan called Fortress Japan Income Fund, sources told Reuters.