The 2011 guide to Project finance

  • Editorial: Back on track

  • Algeria: Open for business

    Michael Coleman and Céline van Zeebroeck of Baker & McKenzie ask whether recent legal changes to Algeria's code on public tenders will restore confidence of foreign investors

  • Brazil: The game plan

    Ana Carolina Barretto and Roberta Bagatini Bassegio of Veirano Advogados explore how Brazil is promoting investments for the forthcoming football World Cup and Olympic Games

  • Bulgaria: Progress of sorts

    Vassil Hadjov of Spasov & Bratanov Lawyers’ Partnership in Bulgaria reveals some interesting but flawed legislative developments in the country’s project finance sector

  • Germany: A post-nuclear energy bet

    Bernhard Gemmel and Ivana Mikesic of Salans discuss Germany’s options in light of the decision to abandon nuclear power

  • Greece: Entering a new era

    Christina Faitakis of Karatzas & Partners examines Greece’s recovery from some very tough economic times

  • Guatemala: Supply and demand

    Rodrigo Quevedo and Estuardo Cuestas Rolz describe the latest developments in project finance in Guatemala

  • Hungary: A slow recovery

    Zoltán Varga and Tamás Pásztor of Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda predict an uncertain future for project financing in Hungary

  • Mexico: Contracts and black gold

    Santiago Sepúlveda and Vanessa Gimenez of Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez in Mexico give an overview of a new contract model for hydrocarbon exploration and production

  • Nigeria: Informed decisions

    Isa Alade of Banwo & Ighodalo examines key legal considerations for project finance in Nigeria

  • Panama: Infrastructure boom

    Ricardo M Arango and Rodrigo Cardoze of Arias Fábrega & Fábrega present a primer to lenders financing energy and other infrastructure projects in Panama

  • Romania: Embracing change

    Valentin Voinescu of Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen describes recent legislative changes which will have significant consequences for the Romanian project finance market

  • Thailand: Something special

    Al Chandler of Chandler & Thong-ek Law Offices summarises the unique elements of Thai project financings

  • UK: Natural gas comes of age

    Paul Griffin of Allen & Overy in the UK looks into the worldwide future of natural gas, and finds that the outlook is bright