Projects - Weekly snapshot

Publicado el 17/09/2018

Áreas de Práctica: Financiamiento de Proyectos

 


From Tuesday, September 11th to Monday, September 17th, 2018

SPOTLIGHT

Peruvian delegation InPerú made a successful roadshow in New York

The Peruvian delegation InPerú held a successful roadshow in New York with more than 50 representatives of the main global fund managers and investment banks. Francis Stening, president of the association, highlighted the great interest of investors in the development of infrastructure projects in Peru.

Also, one of the main indicators of the investor market was the confirmation of the interest and participation of Australian investment funds, which manage resources up to US$ 80 billion, in the development of larger projects, some of which are already participating in secondary transactions in the country. Among the projects most commented by the investors are the New Chinchero Airport, the Commuter Train Lima - Chincha, irrigation works projects, among others.

However, it was known that these investors are attentive to the reactivation of the of the Peruvian infrastructure projects market, so that they can begin negotiations for capital investment accompanied by qualified operators that could allow optimizing their investments in the development of projects in the country.

MONDAY 17

  • Ositran reported that by the end of 2018 the future of the expansion project of the South Pier of the Port of Callao will be defined (Gestión).

  • Minera Hampton informed that it will initiate the development of the environmental impact study of the "Los Calatos" project in Moquegua, which will require an investment of US$ 655 million. Also, towards the end of 2018, the same process will begin for the "Zafranal" copper project in Arequipa, which will require an investment of US$ 1,160 million (Diario Gestión).

  • The Ministry of Housing began the process of expiration of the concession agreement with Tusa in Tumbes, which will allow the reactivation of 3 sanitation projects for more than US$ 9 million in the region (Diario Gestión).


FRIDAY 14

  • The InPerú delegation made a roadshow in New York and reported great interest of investment funds of Australia (with estimated resources of US$ 80 billion) in the development of infrastructure projects in Peru (Gestión).


THURSDAY 13

  • The Minister of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, Javier Piqué, reported that to date the infrastructure gap in water and sanitation sectors amounts to US$ 1,537 million, of which there are already projects under development or to be developed for a total estimated of US$ 355 million (Gestión).

  • The Ministry of Energy and Mines reported that in November the new design of the "Gasoducto Sur Peruano" project will be decided (Gestión)


WEDNESDAY 12

  • The Chamber of Commerce of Lima reported that it has identified 15 projects related to new shopping centers, for an estimated amount of US$ 1,055 million until 2023, which would be developed in Lima, Iquitos and Cuzco (Gestión).


TUESDAY 11

  • Repsol informed that it plans to build the first mono buoy port in the country to serve port operations of crude oil and liquid fuels. The project would require an investment of US$ 109 million and is expected to start operations during the first quarter of 2019 (Gestión).

  • Banco Santander granted a credit of US$ 25 million to the concessionaire of the Line 2 of the Metro of Lima and Callao, for the purchase of rolling stock (Gestión).

 


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