Project finance wins over Russia’s Gazprom

State owned Russian gas supplier Gazprom plans to implement more project financing-style deals to fund its Capex, as well as take advantage of the liquidity of Russian lenders, according to its head of the department for finance and economics, Andrey Kruglov.

  • 18 Feb 2011
Kruglov said that Gazprom’s borrowing programme for 2011 will match the total of Rb90bn ($3bn) raised in 2011. "We haven’t fully drawn down this amount as we didn’t have the need," said Kruglov. "This year our borrowing programme is the same, Rb90bn, which is expected to be covered ...

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