Project Finance Back In Vogue for Oil and Gas, for Now

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  • There are signs of an uptick in external funding for oil and gas projects as energy security comes back into focus after stark climate warnings.
  • New green-tinged LNG projects in the US, Qatar and elsewhere will attract billions of dollars in bank finance.
  • China, South Korea and Japan will lead the way in government lending as the US and Europeans cut funding for fossil fuels. 

The Issue

Equity and Debt Markets, LNG Projects, Corporate Strategy , Capital Spending, CO2 Emissions, Upstream Projects
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