Project Finance for the International Petroleum Industry
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 01 April 2016
  • ISBN : 0128001585
  • Page : 304 pages
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Download or read online book entitled Project Finance for the International Petroleum Industry, was written by Robert Clews and published by Academic Press in pdf, epub and kindle format. This book was released on 01 April 2016 with total pages 304. Project Finance for the International Petroleum Industry provides an overview of project finance in the oil and gas industry, covering financial markets, sources and providers of finance, financial structures, and capital raising processes. With about US $300 billion of project finance debt raised annually across several capital intensive sectors-including oil and gas, energy, infrastructure, and mining-the oil and gas industry represents 30% of the global project finance market. Author Robert Clews, EMEA Head of Oil, Gas, and Petrochemicals Project Finance for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, explores project finance techniques and their effectiveness in the international petroleum industry. His case studies highlight petroleum industry players, risks, economics, and commercial/legal arrangements. With petroleum industry projects among the largest industrial activities in the world, this book ties together concepts and tools through real examples. It ensures that project finance will continue to play a central role in bringing together investors and lenders to finance these types of ventures. Combines the theory and practice of raising long-term funding for capital intensive projects with insights about the appeal of project finance to the international and oil and gas industry Includes case studies and examples covering projects in the Arctic, East Africa, Latin America, North America, and Australia Emphasizes the full downstream value chain of the industry instead of limiting itself to upstream and pipeline project financing Highlights petroleum industry players, risks, economics, and commercial/legal arrangements