Marubeni Crop buys power plant in Tokyo, eyes more Japan production

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.

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Vitol Group mulls bid for Royal Dutch Shell's Australian downstream assets-sources

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.

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Panama Canal Authority, Spanish-led consortium to keep $7B Panama Canal expansion project running

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.

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AMP Capital completes $100M debt financing in US power plant

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.

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TPG eyes Shell assets in Australia -report

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.

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Enbridge invests $200M in Texas wind power project

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.

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Singapore's New Asia Investments backs Vietnam water treatment facility

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.

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Canada, United Technologies Corp revive $4.7 billion Sikorsky helicopter deal

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.

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India's ONGC to spend $9 B in the next decade for oil, natural gas production

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.

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Czech conglomerate CEZ Group may sign $10B Temelin nuclear plant expansion deal in 2015

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.

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Indonesia plans new oil infrastructure to augment dropping production levels

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

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Africa's richest man to invest $9 billion on Nigerian oil refinery

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.

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New Zealand's Old Ghost Road cycle trail receives $800k funding for completion

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.

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Invepar wins rights to upgrade, operate Brasilia-Rio de Janeiro highway, to invest $3.2 billion

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.

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Fortress Investment Group plans to secure $1.9B for Japan's first infrastructure fund-sources

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.

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