Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Jeff Harding to the role of Independent Director of the ICG Board. Jeff is recognised as one of Australia’s leading alternative energy practitioners and has been a key driver in expanding the renewables market in Australia, South America and Europe since the mid-90’s. […]

Infrastructure Capital Group is pleased to announce that Wattle Point Wind Farm has successfully refinanced its $A161m million senior debt facility. Completion occurred ahead of the scheduled refinance date of April 2015. The refinancing was strongly supported by the project finance market with 5-year facility being provided by Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Sumitomo Mitsui […]

*   Founder and Managing Director John Clarke retires from full time executive duties at ICG *   Board and management transition reinvigorates ICG for next growth phase, ensuring stability of key personnel across Board and management positions *   Concurrent ownership changes in ICG enhances alignment of key personnel *   Transition follows recent strong fund inflows and investment […]

Dr Mike Nahan, the Minister for Energy in Western Australia, officially opened the Mumbida Wind Farm on September 27th 2013. [toggle] The Wind Farm has been operating effectively and efficiently since May 2013; providing renewable energy to the WA Water Corporation to offset the energy requirements of the Southern Seawater desalination plant near Bunbury. Infrastructure […]

The final stage of the Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) coal terminal in the Port of Newcastle was officially opened on September 20th 2013 by New South Wales Premier, Barry O’Farrell. [toggle] Mr O’Farrell praised the initiative and focus of NCIG and its shareholders on the successful delivery of the multi-billion dollar infrastructure project. John […]

We are pleased to announce that the Hallett Hill No. 2 Wind Farm (HHWF) has successfully refinanced its $86 million bullet facility. Completion occurred on 26 April 2013, ahead of the scheduled refinance date of July 2013.[toggle]ICG was responsible for all aspects of the refinancing, which involved a competitive tender process with prospective lenders, arranging […]

ICG is pleased to announce that Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) has successfully completed Stage 2AA expansion thereby increasing total export capacity of the port from 30 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) to 53Mtpa. [toggle]John Clarke, managing director of ICG said, ‘NCIG management team has done an excellent job completing the expansion on time and […]

ICG is pleased to advise that today Flinders Ports completed its acquisition of the remaining 60% interest in the Adelaide Container Terminal business from DP World South Australia. This transaction gives Flinders Ports full ownership of the terminal business, which has been renamed to Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal. [toggle]Flinders Ports has performed exceptionally well since […]

Energy Infrastructure Trust (EIT) has acquired a 50% interest in the Mumbida Wind Farm, a 55MW generator in Western Australia. [toggle]The asset will now be jointly owned with Verve Energy, a leading power producer in WA and owned by the WA Government. The project is backed by long-term off-take agreements with the Water Corporation of […]

ICG is pleased to announce that DIT has increased its stake in Flinders Ports. The acquisition was completed as part of a sale process undertaken by one of the existing shareholders under which it sold down part of its total interest.[toggle]Local DIT is now Flinders Ports largest shareholder, and the new investment will entitle Local […]

The senior debt facility in the Wattle Point Windfarm has been successfully refinanced with Commonwealth Bank. Wattle Point now has outstanding debt of approximately $167 million. [toggle]Craig Whalen, the ICG Director who led the refinancing, said that the new debt facility was put in place in difficult credit markets. ‘Successfully refinancing a capital structures of […]

On 31 August 2011, EIT and DIT’s investments in NCIG Series A and B Hunter Infrastructure Preference Securities (‘SHIPS’) were converted into Hunter Infrastructure Perpetual Redeemable Securities (‘HIPRS’) as part of the overall funding for the third (Stage 2F) expansion of NCIG’s Coal Export Terminal. [toggle]The commercial terms of the HIPRS are in all essential […]

10 Dec 2010

Kwinana Power Station

In October 2010, Infrastructure Capital Group on behalf of EIT acquired a 30% interest in the Kwinana Power Station from ERM Power. The acquisition also included an option for EIT to acquire a further 20% of Kwinana, which was exercised in November, resulting in a 50/50 partnership with Sumitomo Corporation. Construction of the 320MW CCGT […]

In August 2010, Infrastructure Capital Group on behalf of Energy Infrastructure Trust (EIT) invested a further $100 million in A Class Hunter Infrastructure Preference Securities (SHIPS). This investment is part of the total financing package raised by Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group’s (NCIG) to fund the Stage 2 expansion of its coal export terminal. [toggle]The Stage […]