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Projects International Consistently Maintains The High Standards Of Content And Speakers That Make This The Pre-Eminent

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Mark Turner, Head of Project Finance, SHELL

Special Guest Economic Address


Dieter Helm
Economist & Advisor to Department for Energy & Climate Change

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Inside The New Global Landscape For Financing Energy & Infrastructure Projects
Hear Insights From Over 80 Expert Practitioners From The Global Project & Infrastructure Finance Industry

Paul Corcoran CFO NORD STREAM

Rik Joosten CEO EGIS PROJECTS

Marc Partridge Co-Head, Project & Structured Finance GAZPROM BANK

Ranald Spiers Executive Director, Middle East & Asia INTERNATIONAL POWER

Pedro Carelli Business Development, Latin America GDF SUEZ

Jean-Franois Grandchamp des Raux, Global Co-Head, Natural Resources, Infrastructure & Power CALYON

Noburu Kato GM, Co-Head, Structured Finance SMBC

James Courtenay Global Head, Project & Export Finance STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

Meet Global Multilateral Lenders & Export Credit Agencies

What Makes Projects & Infrastructure International A Must-Attend Event For 2010?
NEW - Global Market Watch
Get the inside track on the global project pipeline. Find out about the next global Energy and Infrastructure hotspots, investment and financing opportunities over the next 5 years.

Arun Sharma CIO, Global Financial Mkts INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION (IFC)

Lars Molte Jacobsen Director, Project Finance EXPORT CREDIT DENMARK (EKF)

Rajesh Sharma VP, Hd Of Structured Finance EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CANADA (EDC)

Edith Quintrell Director Of Operations MULTILATERAL INVESTMENT GUARANTEE AGENCY (MIGA)

Dominique Meessen Head, Underwriting EXPORT CREDIT BELGIUM (ONDD)

NEW - Project & Infrastructure Finance ThinkTank


Leading project sponsors and financiers assess the outlook for lending and tackle the challenges for financing and re-financing projects in todays market.

NEW - Deal Structuring Work Groups


Your chance to get down to the fundamentals of deal structuring with leading project finance practitioners. Find out how they have brought deals to financial close and the new determinants for getting deals done.

Hear The Private Equity & Infrastructure Fund Perspective

NEW

NEW - Sources Of Funding


The 2010 Investor Focus and ECA sessions will introduce you to the alternative sources of funding available from infrastructure funds, private equity and institutional investors. Meet all the players in project and infrastructure finance under one roof!

NEW - Get Deals Done!


Martin Lennon Co-Founder INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS Simon Monk Head, Infrastructure Investment INSTRATA CAPITAL Deepak Agrawal Principal GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS Robert Van Schaik Hd, Private Equity & Infrastructure MN SERVICES Tom Murley Head, Renewables Fund HG CAPITAL

The 2010 agenda features more interactive formats to facilitate information sharing, making new contacts in areas of mutual interest and extended networking breaks for discussing deals with new and existing contacts.

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Gain In-Depth Knowledge Of The Market At The 2010 Sector Focussed Summits
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New Opportunities In Oil, Gas & Demand Petrochemicals Project Finance & Investment
Monday 15 March 2010 - see p4 for details Your opportunity to find out how the most significant oil, gas and petrochemicals deals will be financed, what is on the global horizon for exploration and development and what are the key market and environmental factors affecting global energy development. Featuring: BP IFC MIGA OGP Total APICORP DNB NOR Taylor-DeJongh Citadel Capital Nord Stream Exxonmobil Development Co. Douglas Westwood Saudi Aramco Calulo GDF Suez SACE Exclusive Analysis Sullivan & Cromwell Calyon

Raising Finance & Structuring Deals For Infrastructure Projects


Thursday 18 March 2010 - see p7 for details Hosted by

NEW

Giving you a more in-depth view of the infrastructure market and an introduction to the funds and investors who are driving deals in this sector, including a global market watch, covering potential transactions in Europe, The USA, The Middle East, Russia, India and Africa. Featuring: Hochtief Concessions Global Infrastructure Partners Goldman Sachs Skanska Infrastructure IPFA Nigeria Development Gazprom Bank Gulf One Investment Bank Capital Innovations IDFC Project Equity Meridiam Infrastructure

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Oil & Gas Summit: 15 March 2010 Main Conference: 16 17 March 2010 Infrastructure Summit: 18 March 2010 The Marriott Hotel, Brussels, Belgium Registrations Hotline: Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7200 Fax: +44 (0)20 7017 7807 Email: info@icbi.co.uk

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New Opportunities In Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals Project Finance & Investment
Monday 15th March 2010
08.30 09.00

Main Conference Day 1


Tuesday 16th March 2010
08.15 08.40

Registration & Coffee


Chairmans Opening & Welcome David Ledesma, Independent LNG Consultant

Registration & Coffee


Chairmans Opening & Welcome John Dewar, Partner, Global Project Finance Group, MILBANK

FINANCING OIL & GAS PROJECTS IN THE NEW ECONOMIC CLIMATE THE OUTLOOK FOR GLOBAL ENERGY
09.05

INSIDE THE NEW GLOBAL FINANCIAL LANDSCAPE THE FUTURE OF PROJECT FINANCE THINKTANK
This unique new session brings together the crme of the project finance crop to analyse the key developments of the last year. Dont miss their insider insights and your chance to put your questions to the experts. 08.45 - Session I: How Robust Has Project Finance Proved To Be & How Have Different Structures Weathered The Global Economic Storm? Liam OKeeffe, Head of Project Finance EMEA, Global Loan Syndication Group, CALYON 09.15 - Session II: GUEST SPONSOR DEVELOPER ADDRESS What Role Can Bonds Play In Project Finance & The New Lending Landscape? Derek Rozycki, Executive Director, Project & Corporate Finance, MUBADALA 09.45 - Session III: STATE OF THE UNION PANEL (with electronic polling) Determining The Future Of Project Finance: Will We Ever See A Return To Longer Tenors? Ranald Spiers, Executive Director, Middle East & Asia INTERNATIONAL POWER James Courtenay, Global Head of Project & Export Finance STANDARD CHARTERED BANK Noburu Kato, General Manager, Co-Head, Structured Finance, SMBC Jean-Franois Grandchamp des Raux Global Co-Head, Natural Resources, Infrastructure & Power, CALYON 10.30 - Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A
10.45

How Has The Economic Environment Impacted Demand For Oil & Gas Resources & What Is The Evolving Position Of Oil & Gas In The Global Energy Mix? Beate Raabe, Director, EU Affairs, OGP

MANAGING RISK IN THE NEW ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT


09.30

Determining The Challenges For Measuring & Managing Country & Credit Risk In The New World Order Edith Quintrell, Director Of Operations, MIGA

08.45

THE 360 OIL & GAS THINKTANK


10.00 - THE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL THOUGHT LEADERSHIP 2010 ADDRESS Funding The Oil & Gas Mega-Project Frederic Rich, Head of Global Project Development & Finance, SULLIVAN & CROMWELL 10.30 - FINANCIERS ADDRESS Understanding The New Landscape For Project Finance In The Oil & Gas Sector Peter Goodall, Global Head of Natural Resources, Structured Finance Division CALYON 11.00 - AROUND THE TABLE WITH INDUSTRY LEADERS Successfully Balancing Current Economic Challenges With Long Term Requirements For Energy Investment Lance Crist, Global Head, Oil & Gas, IFC Nicolas Thvenot, EVP , Project & Trade Finance Department, APICORP Mkhuseli Faku, Group Executive Director, CALULO 11.25 - Audience Q&A
11.30

10.00

Morning Coffee

MARKET WATCH IDENTIFYING NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN GLOBAL MARKETS EUROPEAN MARKETS


11.15 - Session I: Economic & Regulatory Update Speaker under invitation 11.25 - Session II: Industry Leaders ThinkTank How Are Government Stimulus Plans Driving The Deal Pipeline & How Have Firms Redesigned Their Business Strategies To Profit From The New Opportunities Being Created? Richard Abadie, Partner, Infrastructure Finance, PWC Corinne Namblard, CEO, GALAXY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Morning Coffee & Networking

11.15

THE OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES FOR NEW OIL & GAS DEALS WHATS IN THE PIPELINE?
12.00

Where & When Will The Next Wave Of Deals Emerge? David Ledesma, Independent LNG Consultant

THE MIDDLE EAST


12.00 - Session I: Economic & Regulatory Update Philip Fletcher, Partner, Global Project Finance Group, MILBANK 12.10 - Session II: Industry Leaders ThinkTank Financing Middle East Power & Water Projects: Tapping Diverse Funding Sources, Evaluating New Structures & Deal Timing In The New Era For Project Finance Mark Lemmon, CEO, MENA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND , Head Of Project Finance Christopher Cantelmi, VP MARUBENI EUROPOWER Simon Monk, Head of Infrastructure Investment, INSTRATA CAPITAL Pascal Martese, Director, Acquisition and Project Finance ACWA POWER INTERNATIONAL

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES FOR FINANCING OIL & GAS PROJECTS PART I
Understanding the new challenges presented by the economic downturn and how project sponsors and financiers are now structuring deals and pricing risk to achieve financial close.
12.30 12.00

12.30 - Structuring A Mega-Deal For A New LNG Export Industry INSIGHTS FROM PNG LNG Robert Minyard, Treasurer, EXXONMOBIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 12.55 - Preparing For The Upturn In European Gas Demand THE NORD STREAM PIPELINE Paul Corcoran, CFO, NORD STREAM 13.20 - Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A

EMERGING MARKETS
12.50 - Session I: Industry Leaders ThinkTank How Is Strategic Investment By Asian Developers In Emerging Markets Reshaping The Global Competitive Landscape? Speaker under invitation 13.00 - Session II: Special Spotlight On Latin America How Are Non-Recourse Financing Structures Evolving In Emerging Market Regions& What Is the Depth Of Local Debt Markets? Pedro Carelli, Business Development, Latin America, GDF SUEZ
Lunch For Speakers & Delegates BRAND NEW! Meet The Sponsor/Developer- VIP Lunch Tables (pre-registration required)
Pedro Carelli GDF SUEZ Christopher Cantelmi MARUBENI EUROPOWER Pascal Martese ACWA POWER Derek Rozycki MUBADALA

13.30

Lunch for Speakers & Delegates

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES FOR FINANCING OIL & GAS PROJECTS PART II
14.45 - Assessing The New Characteristics Of Project Finance JUBAIL REFINERY Noubi Ben Hamida, Corporate & Project Finance, TOTAL Alain Vedier, Senior Legal Counsel, TOTAL Nael Dajani, Financial Analyst, SAUDI ARAMCO* 14.45 15.20 - Developing Algerias LNG Resources TOUAT PROJECT Jean-Michel Cabans, Touat, Managing Director, GDF SUEZ 15.45 - Is Floating LNG Financeable? Omar Sekkat, Head Of Global LNG, Shipping, Offshore & Logistics, DNB NOR 16.10 - Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A 16.20

12.50

13.30

LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY FINANCE & INVESTMENT ASSESSING THE RISK OF SOLAR PV ENERGY PROJECTS What Are The Key Credit Factors Of This Emerging Asset Class? STANDARD & POORS INVESTOR THINKTANK Determining Investor Appetite For Renewables Projects In The Current Environment And What Level Of Returns Can They Deliver? HG CAPITAL, CLIMATE CHANGE CAPITAL SCHEUTEN SOLAR ANALYST INSIGHT The Global Energy Outlook: Assessing Investment Challenges & Opportunities Afforded By National Energy Policies & Developments Post 2012 DOUGLAS WESTWOOD

NEW RISK MITIGATION & PROJECT FINANCE STRUCTURES RISK MITIGATION Examining The Latest Techniques For Risk Mitigation In Volatile Markets SGS NEW FINANCIAL STRUCTURES Assessing The Next Generation Of Financial Structures & Determining How To Meet Todays Sponsor Requirements: Dolphin Refinancing Moderator: SULLIVAN & CROMWELL TOTAL, OCCIDENTAL* NEW RESEARCH IN INVESTMENT TIMING Evaluating The Effectiveness Of A New Sponsor Model For Gauging The Commercial Viability Of Different Projects & Optimal Timing For Bringing Them To Market EDF ENERGY

14.45

Afternoon Tea

15.15

NEW SOURCES OF FINANCE THE PRIVATE EQUITY INVESTOR


16.45
Where Is The Sweet Spot For Private Equity Players & What Are Their Risk & Return Expectations? Marwan Elaraby, Managing Director, CITADEL CAPITAL

16.00

THE FUTURE OF PROJECT FINANCE


How Can Sponsors & Lenders Adapt Project Finance Structures To Secure Long-Term Funding In The Tighter Lending Climate? David Rix, Treasurer BTC Co., BP Ivan Giacoppo, Head Of Oil & Gas, Metals & Infrastructure, SACE Frederic Rich, Head of Global Project Development & Finance, SULLIVAN & CROMWELL Peter Goodall, Global Head of Natural Resources, Structured Finance Division CALYON
16.30

Afternoon Tea

17 .15

THE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL DEAL SHOWCASE Inside The Convergence Of Project & Infrastructure Finance Structures Leading industry figures will provide unique insights into the different types of deals in the market, where lending, investment and refinancing opportunities lie, & overcoming the challenges to getting them done! Rajesh Sharma, VP , Head of Structured Finance, EDC 17 .00 Session I: Project Finance For Mega Transport Projects Rik Joosten, CEO, EGIS PROJECTS Session II: Asset Acquisition Deepak Agrawal, Principal, GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS Session III: Utilities Neil King, Partner, Infrastructure, 3i Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A
NETWORKING DISCUSSION GROUPS IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES IN GLOBAL MARKETS These informal working groups will allow you to find out and discuss the latest developments and project finance opportunities around the globe

WHATS ON THE HORIZON? THE FUTURE FOR GLOBAL OIL & GAS DEVELOPMENT NETWORKING DISCUSSION GROUPS
These informal discussion groups will give you the opportunity to find out and discuss the latest political and economic news affecting oil and gas development and exploration around the globe. Take this opportunity to put your questions to expert practitioners as well as be introduced to new contacts.

18.00

IRAQ Zaineb Al-Assam Head, Middle East Forecasting EXCLUSIVE ANALYSIS

MIDDLE EAST Terry Newendorp CEO TAYLOR DEJONGH

AFRICA Mkhuseli Faku Group Executive Director CALULO

ASIA David Ledesma

Independent LNG Consultant`

17 .45
LATIN AMERICA ORMAT RUSSIA GAZPROM BANK INDIA ECOLUTIONS USA OPIC

AFRICA FRONTIER MARKETS FUND MANAGERS

18.45

NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

18.30

THE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

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Main Conference Day 2


Wednesday 17th March 2010
08.45 08.55

Raising Finance & Structuring Deals For Infrastructure Transactions


Thursday 18th March 2010
Hosted by

Registration & Coffee


Chairmans Opening & Welcome

WHERES THE MONEY? NEW SOURCES OF FINANCING, FUNDING & INVESTMENT FILLING THE FUNDING GAP
09.00

08.45 09.00

Registration & Coffee


Chairmans Opening & Welcome Suhrud Mehta, Partner, MILBANK

Developing Investment Strategy & Facilities To Respond To The Current Climate Arun Sharma, CIO, Global Financial Markets, IFC

INSIDE THE NEW CLIMATE FOR FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE DEALS 2010 INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE THINKTANK
09.15 THE FINANCIERS BIRDSEYE VIEW What Is The Current Shape Of The Infrastructure Market Where Will Incremental Funding Come From & What Is The Outlook For Debt Financing? Jrn Kreischer, Head of Infrastructure Financing, HOCHTIEF GROUP
09.15

THE INVESTOR SHOWCASE


Exploring The Different Investment Horizons, Return Expectations & Assessing How Investors Perceive Infrastructure Projects As Assets Session I: Pension Fund Speaker under invitation
09.30

Session II: Institutional Investors Robert van Schaik, Head of Private Equity & Infrastructure, MN SERVICES Session III: Private Equity Neil King, Partner, Infrastructure, 3i Session IV: Infrastructure Funds Martin Lennon, Co-Founder, INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS Session V: Structured Audience Q&A

09.45 - THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT FUNDING What Is The Impact Of Government Stimulus Initiatives On The Project Pipeline & How Will This Funding Impact Deal Structures & Opportunities For Private Finance? Thierry Dau, CEO, MERIDIAM INFRASTRUCTURE 10.15 - SPECIAL GUEST DEVELOPER ADDRESS An Insight Into The Sponsor 5 Year Project Horizon & Their Approach To Structuring & Raising Finance In The New Economic Environment Reiner Schrnkler, CEO, HOCHTIEF CONCESSIONS

10.45

Morning Coffee & Networking

10.15

SPECIAL GUEST THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ADDRESS


Dieter Helm, Economist & Fellow, OXFORD UNIVERSITY

THE NEW LANDSCAPE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT


11.15

11.00

Morning Coffee & Networking

Financing And Refinancing Infrastructure Transactions For 2010 And Beyond Suhrud Mehta, Partner, MILBANK

GETTING DEALS DONE: DEAL STRUCTURING THINKTANK


11.30 - Session I: Exploring The New ECA Financial Initiatives 3 Leading ECAs will present a concise 10 minute summary explaining their lending criteria and response to the increased demand for export credit. Barbara OBoyle, Vice President, Structured Finance Division, US EXIM Dominique Meessen, Head Of Underwriting Department, ONDD Peter Ahlbrecht, Head of Dpt, Project Finance & Ships EULER HERMES KREDITVERSICHERUNGS-AG 12.00 - Session II: Deal Structuring Best Practice This new, interactive workshop format will allow you to share in the expertise of leading industry practitioners and hear first hand experiences of raising finance, structuring and closing deals in the current financial climate. Each discussion group will be hosted by a Lender, Financier, Project Sponsor or Legal Expert
RENEWABLES Fintan Whelan Co-Founder & CFO MAINSTREAM RENEWABLE POWER Victor Hoek Head of Project Finance ATRADIUS OIL, GAS & PETROCHEMICALS David Craig Mgr, Projects & Structured Finance ECGD POWER Mathew Brett Managing Director, Europe ADVANCED POWER zlenen Aydn CFO ENERJISA POWER GENERATION COMPANY UTILITIES Harry Boyd-Carpenter, Principal Banker, Power & Energy Utilities EBRD TRANSPORT Stefan Ondra Head, Infrastructure Finance PORR Robert Bain Traffic & Transportation INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT ENERGY Jon Einar Vrnes VP , International Projects TRNDERENERGI Mark Davis Investment Director NORFUND 12.00

SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE
Considering The Differences In Attitude Towards Conventional Versus Clean Infrastructure Michael Underhill, CIO, CAPITAL INNOVATIONS

SPOTLIGHT ON INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS


Assessing The Most Resilient Fund Models, Emerging Players & Their Investment Strategies Shaping The Infrastructure Fund Landscape Nigel OSullivan, Head of European Pension and Insurance Strategy Group GOLDMAN SACHS Joe Blum, Partner & General Counsel GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS Jason Zibarras, Head of Infrastructure Investments Europe, J.P . MORGAN ASSET MANAGEMENT

12.30

13.00

Networking Lunch

11.30

MARKET WATCH IDENTIFYING FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES IN GLOBAL MARKETS GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY & PRACTICE
14.30 - USA To What Extent Have US Recovery & Reinvestment Policies Liberated The US Deal Pipeline? 14.50 - THE MIDDLE EAST Rejuvenating PPP Structures To Incorporate Diverse Sources Of Finance, Longer Tenors & Risk Sharing To Meet Essential Infrastructure Development Priorities , Advisory Division, GULF ONE INVESTMENT BANK Vishal Joshipura, SVP 15.10 - RUSSIA How Can Opportunities In The Russian & CEE Markets Fulfil Investor Requirements For Long-Term Non-Correlated Returns? Marc Partridge, Co-Head Of Project & Structured Finance, GAZPROM BANK 15.30 - POLAND How Can Government & Agency Funding Being Mobilized To Close Essential EURO 2012 Projects? Gunnar Lundberg, Director of Assets SKANSKA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT 15.50 - INDIA Identifying Opportunities To Capitalize On Indias Infrastructure Development Plans M.K. Sinha, President & CEO, IDFC PROJECT EQUITY 16.10 - AFRICA The PPP Imperative For Tackling Nigerias Infrastructure Deficit. What Structures Are Being Developed? Olukayode Fabunmi, Chairman, IPFA NIGERIA

13.00

Lunch For Speakers & Delegates BRAND NEW! Meet The Sponsor/Developer- VIP Lunch Tables (pre-registration required)
Martin Lennon, INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS Robert van Schaik, MN SERVICES Arun Sharma, IFC

14.30

STRATEGY & PRACTICE LAB 1 FINANCING AFRICAN PROJECTS


Chaired by Milena Stoyanova, Head Of Financial Services, SGS Session I: Market Outlook & Risk Analysis Tim Turner, Director, Private Sector Operations AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK* Session II: Sources Of Finance & Investment Torbjorn Caesar, Co-Head, ACTIS INFRASTRUCTURE FUND Mary Merrenne, Director, OPIC Session III: Project Case Study Orli Arav, Director, FRONTIER MARKETS FUND Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A

14.15

STRATEGY & PRACTICE LAB 2 - OFF-SHORE WIND THE BIRTH OF A NEW INDUSTRY
Session I: Analyst Insight What Part Can Offshore Wind Play In The Global Energy Mix? Adam Bruce, Global Head, Corporate Affairs MAINSTREAM RENEWABLE POWER Session II: Manufacturer Guarantees Understanding Warranties & Mitigating Technology Risk In Financial Structures Erik Sejersen, Project Finance Manager, VESTAS
15.45 16.30

WHOSE MARKET IS IT ANYWAY?


What Buying Opportunities Are Afforded By The Economic Climate, Who Has The Liquidity To Move & Will There Be A Re-Convergence Of The Expectations Of Buyer & Sellers? Michael Underhill, CIO, CAPITAL INNOVATIONS Thierry Dau, CEO, MERIDIAM INFRASTRUCTURE End of Summit

17 .00

Session III: The Lender Perspective What Are The Risk & Return Expectations For Offshore Projects? Lars Molte Jacobsen, Director, Project Finance, EKF Session IV: Commercial Financing Non-Recourse Financing & Syndication Strategies For Mega Projects Speaker under invitation Session V: Structured Audience Q&A

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17 .15

End of conference

"Projects International Is Always A Good Spot To Hear About What Is Happening Out There In The Project Finance Market!"
Barbara O'Boyle, VP , Structured Finance Division, US EXIM

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DAY 1
08.30 09.00

NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN OIL, GAS & PETROCHEMICALS PROJECT FINANCE & INVESTMENT, Monday 15 March, 2010
Registration & Coffee

The Opportunities & Challenges For New Oil & Gas Deals
12.00

Ivan Giacoppo, Head Of Oil & Gas, Metals & Infrastructure, SACE
Ivan Giacoppo was appointed to his current role in 2008 and is also responsible for the SACE Africa Programme. He joined SACE in 2004 as Senior Manager at the former Project and Structured Finance Division, and has gained a diverse financing experience including project financings, private corporate loans, wrapping of bond issuances, local currency facilities, sub-sovereign debt, distressed debt and restructurings.

Chairmans Opening & Welcome

David Ledesma, Independent LNG Consultant


David has over 15 years LNG experience gained through the development of LNG projects in Asia and the Middle East. David provides commercial, financing and strategic support to National and International Energy Companies globally. He is one of the authors for the Oxford Energy Institutes Gas in Asia book, published in 2008 and an author for the planned Middle East Gas book to be published in 2010.

WHATS IN THE PIPELINE?


Where & When Will The Next Wave Of Deals Emerge?
David Ledesma, Independent LNG Consultant
See biography above

Financing Oil & Gas Projects In The New Economic Climate


09.05

Overcoming The Challenges For Financing Oil & Gas Projects Part I
Understanding the new challenges presented by the economic downturn and how project sponsors and financiers are now structuring deals and pricing risk to achieve financial close.
12.30

Frederic Rich, Head of Global Project Development & Finance SULLIVAN & CROMWELL See biography above Peter Goodall, Global Head of Natural Resources, Structured Finance Division, CALYON See biography above
18.00

THE OUTLOOK FOR GLOBAL ENERGY


How Has The Economic Environment Impacted Demand For Oil & Gas Resources & What Is The Evolving Position Of Oil & Gas In The Global Energy Mix?
Beate Raabe, Director, EU Affairs, OGP
Beate Raabe has been Head of OGP Europe and Directing EU Affairs in Brussels since 1998. Her role is to represent OGP members active in Europe towards the EU institutions. Prior to joining the OGP , she represented the Swedish and German Railways and the International Association of Combined Road-Rail Transportation at the EU also based in Brussels.

Whats On The Horizon? The Future For Global Oil & Gas Development
NETWORKING DISCUSSION GROUPS
These informal discussion groups will give you the opportunity to find out and discuss the latest political and economic news affecting oil and gas development and exploration around the globe. Take this opportunity to put your questions to expert practitioners as well as be introduced to new contacts.

Structuring A Mega-Deal For A New LNG Export Industry Insights From PNG LNG PNG Robert Minyard, Treasurer, LNG
EXXONMOBIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Robert J. Minyard has global responsibility for Treasurer's activities for Exxonmobil's upstream project development, including major projects in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, Qatar, Kazakhstan and Russia. Prior to assuming this position, he was Treasurer of Exxonmobil Gas Marketing Company and had Treasurer's responsibility for Exxonmobil's worldwide gas operations. Prior to the merger of Exxon and Mobil, he held the position of CFO for Mobil's operations in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Central Asia, based in London.

THE MIDDLE EAST


Terry Newendorp, CEO, TAYLOR DEJONGH
Terry Newendorp, founder of Taylor-DeJongh, has more than 35 years of experience in international and cross-border capital investments, global financial structuring, project financing, and debt and equity raising and private placements of capital. He has negotiated and closed deals in 75 countries, aggregating more than $70 billion, primarily in the energy, oil & gas, petrochemicals, telecommunications, metals & mining, and infrastructure sectors

09.30

MANAGING RISK IN THE NEW ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT


Determining The Challenges For Measuring & Managing Country & Credit Risk In The New World Order
Edith Quintrell, Director Of Operations, MIGA
The Operations Group is responsible for underwriting MIGAs guarantees and developing the agencys business Prior to joining MIGA in 2007 , Edie held various senior level positions at OPIC, including Vice President for Insurance; Director of Technical Operations and Regional Manager. Edie has also been active in the Berne Union, including Chair of the Investment Insurance Committee. Prior to joining OPIC, Edie worked at the Pan American Development Foundation.

12.55

Preparing For The Upturn In European Gas Demand The Nord Stream Pipeline
Paul Corcoran, CFO, NORD STREAM
Paul Corcoran is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. After a short career as a civil engineer Paul switched to finance and since 1988 has worked within the BASF Group in various roles in the UK, Belgium and Germany. Since October 2006, Paul Corcoran has been the Finance Director of Nord Stream AG in Switzerland.

IRAQ
Zaineb Al-Assam, Head of Middle East Forecasting, EXCLUSIVE ANALYSIS
Zaineb is responsible for the companys analytical view on the region. An expert on Iraq, Zaineb has also lived in Lebanon and Syria and is able to apply cultural perspectives to her analysis. She is featured prominently within the media and trade press to discuss political risks in the Middle East, the ongoing war in Iraq, the implications of the War on Terror and more recently, the escalating situation in Iran.

13.20

10.00

Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A

ASIA
David Ledesma, Independent LNG Consultant
See biography above

The 360 Oil & Gas ThinkTank


THE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL THOUGHT LEADERSHIP 2010 ADDRESS
Funding The Oil & Gas Mega Project. Understanding The Particular Challenges Of Arranging Project Financing For Funding Requirements In Excess Of US$10 Billion
Frederic Rich, Head of Global Project Development & Finance, SULLIVAN & CROMWELL
Fred Rich has represented sponsors of and lenders to major projects for over 25 years. His experience includes some of the landmark oil and gas, metals, mining and infrastructure transactions of the past decades. He is currently working on a large LNG project in Papua New Guinea, a natural gas pipeline in North America, various petroleum-related projects in Nigeria, as well as toll-road and port infrastructure projects in North and Latin America.

13.30

Lunch For Speakers & Delegates

Overcoming The Challenges For Financing Oil & Gas Projects Part II
14.45

AFRICA
Mkhuseli Faku, Group Executive Director, CALULO
See biography above

Assessing The New Characteristics Of Project Finance Jubail Refinery


Noubi Ben Hamida, Corporate & Project Finance, TOTAL
Noubi Ben Hamida is part of Totals Finance division where he currently oversees for Total the financing of Totals Jubail Refinery Project JV with Saudi Aramco. Noubi has been with Total for 9 years during which he held several positions in Trading & Shipping and Corporate Finance. He was previouslywith Socit Gnrale where he spent 6 years in various positions.

18.45

Networking Drinks Reception

Day 1 Main Conference: Tuesday 16 March, 2010


08.15 08.40

Alain Vedier, Senior Legal Counsel, TOTAL


Mr. Vedier has acted as in-house legal counsel for TOTAL S.A. for the last 12 years. His practice focuses on project finance as well as structured and corporate financing. He has advised TOTAL on many financing transactions, including on major projects such as Dolphin (Bridge I and II) and QGII (in relation to the accession of TOTAL), and has been involved in the financing of the Jubail refinery project since 2006.

Registration & Coffee

10.30

Chairmans Opening & Welcome

FINANCIERS ADDRESS
Understanding The New Landscape For Project Finance In The Oil & Gas Sector
Peter Goodall, Global Head of Natural Resources, Structured Finance Division, CALYON
Peter Goodall is responsible for operations in Project Finance, Structured Commodity Finance and Reserve Based Lending worldwide. Peter was previously in charge of Calyons Paris-based Project Finance Group covering projects in the natural resources, mining & metals, power and infrastructure sectors in EMEA. Over the last 10 years, he has worked on a broad range of assignments for clients including QP , Bouygues, Sonangol, Vinci, Shell, Mubadala and Total and supervised CALYONs involvement at a mandated lead arranger level in a number of major financings including Nigeria LNG Plus, Qatargas and RasGas, OLNG, and Egypt LNG.

John Dewar, Partner, Global Project Finance Group, MILBANK


Mr Dewars practice centres on project and structured finance transactions in EMEA and Asia. He has acted for both lenders and sponsors in a wide range of industries, including power, oil and gas, petrochemicals, satellites, telecommunications, water, infrastructure and mining and heads the Firm's Islamic Finance Business Unit. His recent experience includes working on the financing of the US$3.5bn Marafiq IWPP , the US$2.6 bn Fujairah F2 IWPP , the US$2.8 bn Shuweihat S2 IWPP , the US$3.2bn Yanpet petrochemical plant expansion, the US$6.1bn Reliance Petroleum refinery and the US$4.5bn Yemen LNG project.

Nael Dajani, Financial Analyst, SAUDI ARAMCO*


15.20

Developing Algerias LNG Resources The Touat Project


Jean-Michel Cabans, Managing Director, GDF SUEZ
15.45

Inside The New Global Financial Landscape


The Future Of Project Finance ThinkTank
This unique new session brings together the crme of the project finance crop to analyse the key developments of the last year. Dont miss their insider insights and your chance to put your questions to the experts.
08.45

Is Floating LNG Financeable?


Omar Sekkat, Head Of Global LNG, Shipping, Offshore & Logistics, DNB NOR
Prior to joining DnB NOR in 2006, Omar worked as a research engineer and strategy consultant in Europe, Asia and Africa. DnB NOR is one of the world's leading financial services groups serving the international maritime and energy sectors.

11.00

AROUND THE TABLE WITH INDUSTRY LEADERS


Successfully Balancing Current Economic Challenges With Long Term Requirements For Energy Investment
Lance Crist, Global Head, Oil & Gas, IFC
Lance Crist leads IFCs investment activities, including equity, mezzanine and senior debt, for exploration & production, pipelines, LNG, oilfield services and related sectors. IFCs $1.5 billion portfolio in these sectors includes companies in over 30 countries. Mr. Crist joined IFC in 1992 and has managed privatization advisory mandates, project and corporate finance, and private equity transactions in the areas of general manufacturing and telecommunications prior to his current role.

16.10

Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A


16.20 16.45 Afternoon Tea

Session I: How Robust Has Project Finance Proved To Be & How Have Different Structures Weathered The Global Economic Storm?
Liam OKeeffe, MD, Head of Project Finance EMEA, Global Loan Syndication Group, CALYON
Liam is responsible for the syndication of project finance transactions in the EMEA region at Calyon. He has been involved in project finance for over 20 years mainly specialising in the power and infrastructure sectors but more recently in reserve based lending. Before joining Calyon, he worked at CIBC and KPMG.

New Sources Of Finance Where Is The Sweet Spot For Private Equity Players & What Are Their Risk & Return Expectations?
Marwan Elaraby, Managing Director, CITADEL CAPITAL
Before joining Citadel Capital in 2005, Mr. Elaraby was a partner at Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York, one of the leading global law firms, focusing on high-yield and leveraged acquisition finance as well as oil & gas transactions. Before that, Mr Elaraby was an executive director at EFG-Hermes, the premier regional investment bank, where he worked as an investment banker advising clients on numerous capital markets and M&A transactions.

09.15

Mkhuseli Faku, Executive Chairman, CALULO


Mkhuseli Faku has extensive experience in the South African oil industry. He is a non-executive director of Total South Africa and has been a member of the Executive Committee of the World Petroleum Congress (South Africa), Deputy Chairman of the Nepad Energy Sector Committee and Chairman of the African Minerals and Energy Forum. He started his career in the oil industry with Shell, as a Retail Territory Manager and proceeded to be the Managing Director of Afric Oil.

Session II: Guest Sponsor Developer Address What Role Can Bonds Play In Project Finance & The New Lending Landscape?
Derek Rozycki, Executive Director, Project & Corporate Finance, MUBADALA
09.45

17 .15

THE FUTURE OF PROJECT FINANCE


How Can Sponsors & Lenders Adapt Project Finance Structures To Secure Long-Term Funding In The Tighter Lending Climate?
David Rix, Treasurer, BTC Co., BP
David Rix is currently seconded from BP , managing all finance and liquidity related matters associated with the $2.5bn multi-lender project financing of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline Company (BTC Co.). Prior to this he worked for BP in Hong Kong delivering the $3.5bn Tangguh LNG financing, and managing the first Chinese integrated petrochemicals joint venture financing between BP and Sinopec in Shanghai. David joined BP in 1988 after spending ten years with Bank of America. Subsequently, he has worked in a variety of finance roles covering Corporate Finance, Treasury, Planning and Structured Finance supporting Upstream, Downstream and Petrochemicals.

Session III:

STATE OF THE UNION PANEL


Determining The Future Of Project Finance: Will We Ever See A Return To Longer Tenors?
Moderator:

Nicolas Thvenot, EVP , Project & Trade Finance Department, APICORP


Mr. Thvenot joined APICORP in 2000 as head of the business group for North Africa and the Mediterranean basin in the Project and Trade Finance Department. Appointed head of P&TF in 2004, he has since been co-ordinating financing and advisory assignments throughout the Arab region. Nicolas is a member of the Credit and Investment, Executive Management, Risk Management Committee and the Assets and Liabilities Committees.

Ranald Spiers, Executive Director, Middle East & Asia, INTERNATIONAL POWER
Dr Ranald Spiers was appointed to this post and to the Board in May 2008. Prior to this, Dr Spiers was CEO, Middle East & Africa Region, responsible for the development, financing, construction and operation of power and water desalination assets in these regions. In addition to these assets, Dr Spiers is now also responsible for the performance and operation of International Powers shareholdings in the Asia region and all new business development in both regions.

11.25

Audience Q&A
11.30 Morning Coffee

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DAY 2
James Courtenay, Global Head of Project & Export Finance, STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

MAIN CONFERENCE,
12.50

Tuesday 16 March, 2010


Stream B

EMERGING MARKETS Session I: Economic & Regulatory Update


How Is Strategic Investment By Asian Developers In Emerging Markets Reshaping The Global Competitive Landscape?
Speaker under invitation
13.00

New Risk Mitigation & Project Finance Structures


14.45

James Courtenay was appointed to his current role in January 2009 and now manages a team of over 100 global professionals. His prior roles include; Global Head of Real Estate and Leveraged Finance at ABN AMRO, underwriting leveraged transactions for financial sponsors and corporate clients, and Head of Investment Banking for CIBC World Markets in Europe. James led all aspects of the structuring and distribution of the 9.5 billion Wind transaction and the financing for the Tata acquisition of Corus and the privatisation of Maxis Telecommunications.

RISK MITIGATION
Examining The Latest Techniques For Risk Mitigation In Volatile Markets
Milena Stoyanova, Head Of Financial Services, SGS
Milena has worked for over 5 years on various projects for the EBRD. Se joined SGS in 1997 to develop government contracts and services for international institutions, including PPPs and BOTs. She has negotiated and implemented large projects with multilaterals and development agencies, as well as the Ministries of Finance and Ministries of Trade for Argentina, Mexico, Russia and China. Her current role includes project finance advisory, trade transaction validating and regulatory compliance services for banks and financial institutions. Her team has advised multiple deals in the infrastructure, energy and renewable sectors.

Noburu Kato, General Manager, Co-Head, Structured Finance, SMBC EUROPE


Noburu joined SMBC in 1985 after graduating from ICU in Tokyo. He has over 19 years experience in project finance, based in New York, Hong Kong and Tokyo. In June 2004, he was transferred to London to enhance activities in various structured finance products. Now he oversee business area of project finance (PFI/PPP , Energy, Transport etc.), ECA, advisory, Islamic finance and environmental projects in the EMEA region.

Session II: Special Spotlight On Latin America


How Are Non-Recourse Financing Structures Evolving In Emerging Market Regions & What Is the Depth Of Local Debt Markets?
Pedro Carelli, Business Development, Latin America, GDF SUEZ
Pedro Carelli is a Mechanical Engineer with a background in M&A, including the privatization of two energy distribution companies in Brazil for 200+ MUSD. In 2004 he joined GDF Suez as a Senior Manager for Finance and Project Advisory, having worked on the financing of Estreito and So Salvador hydro power plants. In his current function, he has recently been working on the development and implementation of Jirau hydro project, a 3,450 MW hydro power project in North Brazil, including the 7 ,220 MBRL structuring of local debt.

Jean-Franois Grandchamp des Raux, Global Co-Head, Natural Resources, Infrastructure & Power, CALYON
Jean-Franois has spent his career with Calyon since joining Banque Indosuez in 1984. He has held various positions with the structured finance group, gaining experience in real estate leasing, tax leverage, asset restructuring, project and export finance. In 1994, he was named head of Export Finance for North Asia, in 1997 head of Project Finance for the Americas, in 2003 head of the UK Project Finance team in London. In 2004 he became deputy to the global head of Project Finance, taking up his current role in 2008.

15.15

NEW FINANCIAL STRUCTURES


Assessing The Next Generation Of Financial Structures & How To Meet Todays Sponsor Dolphin Requirements: Dolphin Refinancing
Moderator: Stewart Robertson, Partner & Co-Head, EMEA Project Development & Finance, SULLIVAN & CROMWELL
For over 20 years Stewart has advised sponsors and lenders on a broad variety of large projects in the energy and metals and mining industries in the Gulf, the Caspian, Africa, Asia and the Americas. He recently led S&C's involvement as project counsel on the Yemen LNG project; the Emirates Aluminium smelter and captive power project in the UAE; and the Ambatovy nickel and cobalt project in Madagascar. He is currently advising the prospective lenders to the Dolphin Energy project.

13.30

Lunch For Speakers & Delegates

10.30

NEW! - Meet The Sponsor/Developer Lunch Tables


Sign up in advance to reserve a space on a VIP table and have lunch with one of the following speakers:

Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A


10.45 Morning Coffee

Christopher Cantelmi, VP , Head Of Project Finance MARUBENI EUROPOWER Pedro Carelli, Business Development, Latin America GDF SUEZ Pascal Martese, Director, Acquisition and Project Finance ACWA POWER INTERNATIONAL Derek Rozycki, Executive Director, Project & Corporate Finance, MUBADALA
Stream A

Market Watch - Identifying New Opportunities In Global Markets


EUROPEAN MARKETS
11.15

Jean-Christophe Combourieu, Legal & Finance, TOTAL OCCIDENTAL speaker under invitation
16.00

Session I: Economic & Regulatory Update


Speaker under invitation
11.25

NEW RESEARCH IN INVESTMENT TIMING


Evaluating The Effectiveness Of A New Sponsor Model For Gauging The Commercial Viability Of Different Projects & Optimal Timing For Bringing Them To Market
Christoph Banos, Upstream Asset Developer, EDF ENERGY
Christophe joined EDF Energy in 2005 and was initially involved in the Heathrow Terminal 5 project, responsible for the delivery of the electrical infrastructure design for Terminal 5C (Project Phase 2). He currently works in Asset Development based in London with primary accountability for managing a portfolio of investment projects worth a total of 20m. He is responsible for developing financial models to secure internal funds, approval for project development and the business cases for each project.

Session II: Industry Leaders ThinkTank


How Are Government Stimulus Plans Driving The Deal Pipeline & How Have Firms Redesigned Their Business Strategies To Profit From The New Opportunities Being Created?
Richard Abadie, Partner, Infrastructure Finance, PWC
Mr. Abadie took over responsibility for the global PPP business in 2007 on his return from assignment to the UK Government HM Treasury department. Based in London, Richard also sits on the executive committee of PricewaterhouseCoopers' global industry groups for 'Government' and for 'Engineering & Construction'.

Latest Developments In Renewable Energy Finance & Investment


14.45

Assessing The Risk Of Solar PV Energy Projects What Are The Key Credit Factors Of This Emerging Asset Class?
Lidia Polakovic, Co-Head of the Project & Transport Team, STANDARD AND POORS
Lidia Polakovic is the Co-head of Project Finance and Transport with responsibilities over Europe, Russia and the CIS. Prior to joining the European team in Madrid in 2002, Ms. Polakovic was the Team Leader of the Infrastructure Group in Buenos Aires, responsible for the analysis of transport, utilities and projects in several South American countries. Ms. Polakovic has been responsible for the analysis of transport entities, utilities and project financings mostly in the transport sector, oil and gas, and renewable energies.

Anthony Kolak, Project Engineer, EDF ENERGY


Anthony is responsible for delivering major engineering projects for the coalpower stations in France. Working for EDF Energy in the UK, Anthony has used his skills in control science to develop a tool that facilitates informed decision making in investment timings using dynamic programming. His interest lies in engineering project management and using engineering mathematics to develop project finance appraisal tools.

Corinne Namblard, CEO, GALAXY SERVICES MANAGEMENT


Corinne has 10 years experience in the capital markets and 10 years in the Project Finance and M&A industry. Prior to setting up Galaxy, Corinne was EVP in charge of Strategy and Business Development at Egis SA where she structured important business alliances in the rail and airport sector as well as led various infrastructure related acquisitions. Corinne was appointed Chair of the UN PPP Alliance.

16.30 17 .00

Afternoon Tea

THE MIDDLE EAST


12.00

15.15

THE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL DEAL SHOWCASE INVESTOR THINKTANK


Inside The Convergence Of Project & Infrastructure Finance Structures Leading industry figures will provide unique insights into the different types of deals in the market and their recent experiences, where lending, investment and refinancing opportunities lie, & overcoming the challenges to getting them done! Moderator: Rajesh Sharma, Vice President & Head

Session I: Economic & Regulatory Update


Philip Fletcher, Partner, Global Project Finance Group, MILBANK
Phill has been a member of the Firm's Global Project Finance Group for more than 20 years. His experience includes representing parties in the development and financing of oil and gas, natural resource, independent power, satellite and other infrastructure projects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He has particular expertise in multi-sourced financings, including those through official credit agencies and the capital markets.

Determining Investor Appetite For Renewables Projects In The Current Environment And What Level Of Returns Can They Deliver?
Tom Murley, Head of Renewables Fund, HG CAPITAL
Tom joined HgCapital in 2004 and has more than 15 years' experience of investing in renewable and conventional power projects and development companies. He was formerly co-head of Allianz Private Equity's renewable energy team. Prior to that Tom was with the EIF Group, the first private equity fund manager for power generation. Tom's investment experience includes providing equity finance to over 1,400MW of biomass, hydro, wind, waste-to-energy, coal and gas-fired plant and numerous project development companies.

Of Structured Finance, EDC


Rajesh Sharma is responsible for leadership and management of EDCs global operations in project and structured finance as well as political risk insurance. Mr. Sharmas 15 years of industry experience spans across project finance, corporate lending, acquisition finance, reserve based lending, structured asset finance, subordinated debt and equity. Mr. Sharma has over experience during which he has led and overseen transactions globally in upstream oil & gas, petrochemical, LNG, pipelines, infrastructure, power, telecom and mining sectors.

12.10

Session II: Industry Leaders ThinkTank


Financing Middle East Power & Water Projects
Tapping Diverse Funding Sources, Evaluating New Structures & Deal Timing In The New Era For Project Finance

Junichi Sakishima, VP , Strategy, CLIMATE CHANGE CAPITAL


Junichi Sakishima is a Vice President of Group Strategy. Prior to CCC, Junichi worked 10 years for Mitsui & Co., as a manager in several functions including corporate and project finance and investment management based in the Tokyo and New York offices. His responsibilities included development and execution of cross boarder transactions in various emerging and developed markets in the sectors including energy, transportation and chemical.

Session I: Project Finance For Mega Transport Projects


Rik Joosten, CEO, EGIS PROJECTS
Rik Joosten is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Egis Projects, Groupe Egis subsidiary dedicated to Project Development, investment in BOT or PPP infrastructure Projects (Toll motorways, Light Rail, Ports & Airports), turnkey contracts (Toll motorway equipment & other systems), and the delivery of services to road users independent from the infrastructure providers.

Christopher Cantelmi, VP , Head Of Project Finance, MARUBENI EUROPOWER


Christopher M. Cantelmi joined Marubeni in early 1999, as Vice President to lead Marubenis project finance activities in the Power sector. Prior to joining Marubeni he spent over five years in investment banking; advising and structuring large-scale infrastructure transactions at Citibank, Sumitomo-Mitsui Bank and OPIC.

Leon Pulles, Director Project Development, SCHEUTEN SOLAR


Leon Pulles is is responsible for developing large-scale solar (PV) power plants and selling funnels with operational solar power plants to financial and strategic investors. In the last 20 years Leon has been active in business development, project development and project realization in the international energy, waste and environmental industries. He created thought leadership in investment management based on the following key-elements: people and partnerships, business knowledge and robust accelerated approach.

Mark Lemmon, CEO, MENA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND


Mark was previously Deputy Chief Executive of HSBC's global Project and Export finance business, responsible for growing that business over recent years to its current pre-eminent position in infrastructure and energy finance. He has substantial experience leading business development and winning and executing financing mandates across transportation, social infrastructure, power, water and energy sectors throughout the Middle East and elsewhere.

Session II: Asset Acquisition


Deepak Agrawal, Principal, GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS
Deepak Agrawal joined GIP in 2007 and is involved in the origination and execution of various infrastructure deals, including the 2008 acquisition of Biffa. Prior to joining GIP , he was Senior Financial Advisor in the Project Finance Group of Qatar Petroleum with responsibility for raising financing for the company and its joint ventures. He also played a key role in negotiations for a number of commercial contracts for a number of these transactions. During his tenure at QP he led financings for over $27bn.

Simon Monk, Head of Infrastructure Investment INSTRATA CAPITAL


Mr. Simon Monk is a Managing Director with Instrata Capital and is responsible for infrastructure investment. During his career he has advised on over US$50 billion of equity and debt transactions for infrastructure projects and companies. He has extensive infrastructure experience and has worked across a range of sub sectors including power, water and transportation and with clients in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

16.00

ANALYST INSIGHT
The Global Energy Outlook: Assessing Investment Challenges & Opportunities Afforded By National Energy Policies & Developments Post 2012
John Westwood, Chairman, DOUGLAS WESTWOOD
John has 32 years experience in the energy industries. He initially spent 12 years in oil & gas business, working in the North Sea, S E Asia, South America and the USA. He has since spent 20 years as a consultant to organisations including government agencies in five countries, the European Commissions Energy Directorate and the Office of his Highness the President of The UAE. Work on strategies relating to the energy sectors includes oil & gas, conventional and nuclear power generation, renewable energy and energy trading.

Session III: Utilities


Neil King, Partner, Infrastructure, 3i
Neil joined 3i in 2005 from Innisfree, the leading independent PFI investment fund. He has played a leading role in the acquisition of Anglian Water, the IPO of 3i Infrastructure Limited on the London Stock Exchange and the development of the 3i India Infrastructure Fund. He spent the previous 15 years in the investment banking sector focusing on major infrastructure projects, including 5 years running the London infrastructure team for WestLB.

Pascal Martese, Director, Acquisition and Project Finance ACWA POWER INTERNATIONAL
Pascal Martese has spent his entire career in the gas and power industry with Total Gas & Power, Electrabel, and Suez Energy International. He joined ACWA Power International in Dubai in 2008 to set up and co-head the acquisition and project finance department. Pascal has been in the middle-east for 4 years, focussing on structuring and executing non-recourse project financings for the development of IWPPs, as well as re-financings and an IPO.

Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A

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DAY 2/3
17 .45

MAIN CONFERENCE,
10.15

16/17 March, 2010


UTILITIES
Harry Boyd-Carpenter, Principal Banker, Power & Energy Utilities, EBRD
Harry has more than 10 years experience in financing and investing in emerging markets and transition economies with a special emphasis on the energy sector. He has been involved in a wide range of power, oil and gas, infrastructure and PPP/PFI projects across Europe and the former CIS. Prior to joining EBRD in 2005, Harry was a senior associate in the Project Finance group of Allen & Overy LLP and also worked for the European Union in UNMIK-Kosovo.

NETWORKING DISCUSSION GROUPS IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES IN GLOBAL MARKETS


These informal working groups will allow you to find out and discuss the latest developments and project finance opportunities around the globe

SPECIAL GUEST THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ADDRESS


Dieter Helm, Economist & Fellow, New College OXFORD UNIVERSITY
Dieter is an economist, specialising in utilities, infrastructure, regulation and the environment & concentrates on the energy, water and transport sectors in Britain and Europe. He founded OXERA is 1982 and currently holds a number of advisory board appointments, including member of the Advisory Panel on Energy and Climate Security, Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform.

AFRICA
Nick Rouse, Managing Director, FRONTIER MARKETS FUND MANAGERS
Nick joined Frontier Markets Fund Managers in after 33 years at Barclays Bank. His involvement with EAIF dates from the Fund's inception and he has been a member of the Credit Committee and Non-Executive Director since 2002. He was also a Non-Executive Director of GuarantCo 2004-5. For 7 years preceding this appointment Nick worked in Africa with Barclays, initially running Barclays Corporate Business in East Africa and more recently as Head of Credit Risk for Africa and the Middle East.

ENERGY
Jon Einar Vrnes, VP , International Projects, TRNDERENERGI
Mr. Vrnes joined TronderEnergi AS in 2007 and has most recently been responsible for the construction of the Bugoye Hydro Power Plant in Uganda. He has over 30 years experience in the Hydro Power sector, particularly in the development of computer based tools for operation and maintenance of hydro power schemes and utilities. He chaired the Norwegian national committee for the development of these tools and spent 11 years as President and CEO of the supplier Powel ASA.

11.00 11.30

Coffee

GETTING DEALS DONE


Deal Structuring ThinkTank
11.30

INDIA
Kiran Patil, Managing Director India, ECOLUTIONS
Mr. Patil has 15 years of managerial experience in manufacturing, project management and consulting in the field of project finance, renewable energy and CDM Projects. He has built up a wide professional network within the renewable energy and more particularly carbon market.

Exploring The New ECA Financial Initiatives


3 Leading ECAs will present a concise 10 minute summary explaining their lending criteria and response to the increased demand for export credit.

Mark Davis, Investment Director, NORFUND


Mark Davis is responsible for energy sector investments. Prior to joining Norfund in 2007 , he was employed at ECON Analysis where he was responsible for a range of energy-related consulting assignments, primarily in developing countries. Marks main area of experience is power sector reform and regulation, including economic and financial due diligence of investment projects. He has worked with a number of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects and baseline methodologies.

Barbara OBoyle, Vice President, Structured Finance Division, US EXIM


Barbara joined Ex-Im Bank in 1976 and the Project Finance Division in 1994. She was named Vice President of what is now the Structured Finance division in 1998. The group is responsible for the origination of all of Ex-Im Banks limited recourse project finance business on a worldwide basis, which consists of a total portfolio of 48 projects with an Ex-Im Bank exposure of over $12 billion.

LATIN AMERICA
Nachman Isaac, Project Finance & Development Manager ORMAT

13.00

Lunch For Speakers & Delegates

NEW! Meet The Speaker Lunch Tables


Sign up in advance to reserve your space on a VIP tables and have lunch with one of the following speakers:

RUSSIA
Marc Partridge, Co-Head Of Project & Structured Finance GAZPROM BANK

Peter Ahlbrecht, Head of Dpt, Project Finance & Ships, EULER HERMES KREDITVERSICHERUNGS-AG
Peters department manages the Project Finance business, ship financings and some of the structured finance transactions covered under the German Export Guarantee Scheme. Peter joined PwC in 1988 and has in-depth experience as an underwriter in several country departments, the aircraft financing team, the bank unit and in the Project Finance department. He has directly managed several large scale projects including the Euro-Yamal Pipeline project, petrochemical projects in Siberia, BTC-Pipeline and the Turkmenbashi Upgrade Oil Refinery project.

Robert van Schaik, Head of Private Equity & Infrastructure MN SERVICES Martin Lennon, Co-Founder, INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS Arun Sharma, CIO, Global Financial Markets, IFC
14.15

USA
, Structured Finance, OPIC Robert Drumheller, VP
Mr. Drumheller has over 30 years of executive experience in the oil and gas and financial sector and has served in his current capacity at OPIC for over 8 years. During this period, Mr. Drumheller significantly expanded OPICs presence in the capital markets and has expanded OPICs product lines to include subordinated debt in addition to senior debt. He developed a new financial product, the foreign exchange liquidity facility, which enables investors to transfer certain currency risks to OPIC.

Strategy & Practice Lab 1 Financing African Projects


Chaired by: Milena Stoyanova, Head Of Financial Services, SGS
See biography previously

Dominique Meessen, Head Of Underwriting Department, ONDD


Dominique joined ONDD's Underwiting Department in 1992. As an underwiter, he worked on a wide range of transactions, including project finance deals. He heads ONDD's Underwriting Department since 2007 . The Underwriting Department is in charge of the risk assessment of all transactions which are presented for cover to ONDD : this includes ONDD's traditional ECA's activities as well as its financial guarantees activities and its market window activities. The Underwriting Department is also in charge of the commercial relations with ONDD's clients, both from an account management and business development perspectives.

Session I: Market Outlook & Risk Analysis


Tim Turner, Director, Private Sector Operations, AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (under invitation)

18.30

The Projects International Networking Drinks Reception


hosted by

Session II: Sources Of Finance & Investment


Torbjorn Caesar, Co-Head, ACTIS INFRASTRUCTURE FUND
Torbjorn has 20 years of experience in the energy sector, most of it in emerging markets. He joined Actis late 2007 from Globeleq, the Emerging Markets Power Company. Torbjorn was directly involved in Globeleq's initial acquisitions in Africa and Asia and he oversaw all commercial, operational and business development activities in Africa, before taking over as Globeleq's CEO. As CEO he re-focused the company and managed Globeleq through the sale of the majority of its operating assets.

20.00

End of Day 1

Day 3 Main Conference: Wednesday 17 March, 2010


08.45 08.55 Opening Coffee

12.00

Session II: Deal Structuring Best Practice Discussion Groups


This new, interactive workshop format will allow you to share in the expertise of leading industry practitioners and hear first hand experiences of raising finance, structuring and closing deals in the current financial climate. Each discussion group will be hosted by a Lender, Financier, Project Sponsor or Legal Expert

Mary Mervenne, Director, OPIC


Ms. Mervenne joined OPIC in 1997 and is principally involved in underwriting, structuring, and negotiating complex infrastructure transactions in emerging markets. Ms. Mervenne has financed complex infrastructure transactions in Latin America and Africa. In addition to her experience in the energy sector, Ms. Mervenne has completed limited recourse financings for international airports in Latin America.

Session III: Project Case Study


Orli Arav, Director, FRONTIER MARKETS FUND
Orli has more than thirteen years experience in various project and structured finance roles within industry, banks and advisory firms. In her current role, she is responsible for arranging and structuring financing for Emerging Markets and SubSaharan Africa infrastructure projects. She is currently managing transactions in the power, transport, and industrial goods sectors.

Chairmans Welcome

RENEWABLES
Fintan Whelan, Co-Founder & CFO, MAINSTREAM RENEWABLE POWER
In February 2008, Fintan co-founded Mainstream Renewable Power where he is Corporate Finance Director. Fintan spent 8 years as Corporate Finance Manager for Airtricity, where he was involved in raising more than 1bn in project and corporate debt to fund the companys development and build programme. He was responsible for designing new structures for the companys evolving requirements, negotiated facilities in the banking and investor communities and diversified funding sources particularly for the critical area of non-government contracts.

Wheres The Money?: New Sources Of Financing, Funding & Investment


09.00

Session IV: Structured Audience Q&A


15.45

Filling The Funding Gap: Developing Investment Strategy & Facilities To Respond To The Current Climate
Arun Sharma, CIO, Global Financial Markets, IFC
Mr. Sharma joined IFC in 1990 and has been involved in a wide range of transactions in different areas such as securitization, reinsurance, cross border leasing, structured U.S. commercial paper, Islamic banking, mortgage finance and distressed assets. He is now responsible for a wide range of banking and financial market transactions in Asia and the Middle East and other Emerging Market Regions. Mr. Sharma is currently leading IFCs initiative to develop new forms of collaboration with Export Credit Agencies.

Victor Hoek, Head of Project Finance, ATRADIUS


In the past year Victor Hoek has been involved in the underwriting of several projects in the off-shore sector (esp. installation and removal of off shore platforms). Victor joined Atradius in 1992 and has held various positions since, including Business Unit Controller and Head of Claims and Recoveries. His experience includes debt collection, debt rescheduling within the Paris Club framework, portfolio management and reinsurance with private market parties. He was appointed Head of Project Finance in January 2007 .

Strategy & Practice Lab 2 Off-Shore Wind The Birth Of A New Industry Session I: Analyst Insight What Part Can Offshore Wind Play In The Global Energy Mix?
Adam Bruce, Global Head, Corporate Affairs, MAINSTREAM RENEWABLE POWER
Adam is responsible for Mainstream's engagement with its external audiences, from local communities to policy makers and opinion formers across all its markets. He is the current Chairman of the main UK renewables trade association, the BWEA. He is the former UK Chief Executive of Airtricity. He was appointed Head of Sustainable Development at Scottish & Southern Energy following its acquisition of Airtricity, and was elected BWEA Chairman in April 2007 .

09.30

POWER THE INVESTOR SHOWCASE


Mathew Brett, Managing Director, Europe, ADVANCED POWER
He joined Advanced Power in 2004. Prior to his involvement with Advanced Power, Mr. Brett worked as European Director of Investment and Portfolio Management for InterGen with responsibility for InterGens business development in Europe, in particular Germany, Benelux and Spain. Mr. Brett was also project manager for the successful development of InterGen's 800 MW Knapsack project, and led the successful sale to Statoil of InterGen's Aldbrough gas storage project, a 6 Bcf salt cavern facility.

Exploring The Different Investment Horizons, Return Expectations & Assessing How Investors Perceive Infrastructure Projects As Assets Session l: Pension Fund
Speaker under invitation

Session II: The Manufacturer Guarantee Understanding Warranties & Mitigating Technology Risk In Financial Structures
Erik Sejersen, Project Finance Manager, VESTAS

Session II: Institutional Investors


Robert van Schaik, Head of Private Equity & Infrastructure, MN SERVICES
Robert van Schaik joined Mn Services in 2006. He is involved in determining the private equity & infrastructure strategy, as well as the selection and monitoring of private equity & infrastructure funds. Prior to joining Mn Services Robert was Head of the Project Finance department at Atradius, the Dutch Export Credit Agency. He has worked on a number of structured and project finance projects in the various sectors around the world.

zlenen Aydn, CFO, ENERJISA POWER GENERATION COMPANY


zlenen Aydn graduated from Marmara University Business Administration Department and then received her MBA degree in the UK. After working in IBM, Coca Cola and Toys r us as Assistant General Manager responsible for finance, she joined Kordsa in 2000 and served as Finance Director, and as Finance & IT Director. Ozlenen Aydin joined Enerjisa Power Generation Company in 2007 .

Session III: The Lender Perspective What Are The Risk & Return Expectations For Offshore Projects?
Lars Molte Jacobsen, Director, Project Finance, EKF
Trained as an engineer, Lars Molte Jakobsen has 25 years project finance experience from industry, banking and corporate finance advisory, having worked previously at Nordea and KPMG. EKF , The Danish Export Credit Agency, works closely with banks in financing renewables, especially wind-generated power. EKF is also working with Danish exporters of biogas plants and other types of biofuel projects, in an effort to build exports and global biofuel capacity.

TRANSPORT
Stefan Ondra, Head, Infrastructure Finance, PORR Robert Bain, Independent Transportation Consultant

Session III: Private Equity


Neil King, Partner, Infrastructure, 3i
See biography previously

OIL & GAS


David Craig, Mgr, Projects & Structured Finance, ECGD
David is the new business manager of ECGD's project finance team. In his 20 or so years at ECGD he has dealt with a wide range of new business and transactions in default. He returned to ECGD's Business Group in November 2007 . He and his team cover all oil and gas related deals as well as more general project and structured finance cases.

Session IV: Infrastructure Funds


Martin Lennon, Co-Founder, INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS
Martin Lennon joined M&G Investments in 1998 and has been the Head of Infracapital (the infrastructure investing division) since its inception in 2005. Martin has accumulated nearly 20 years of infrastructure, project finance and investment experience gained in the corporate and financial sectors. Martin has developed a diversified business investing in infrastructure across a wide range of financial instruments including public bonds, private placements, loans, mezzanine and equity representing a total investment portfolio in excess of 5 billion.

Session IV: Commercial Financing: Non-Recourse Financing & Syndication Strategies For Mega Projects
Speaker under invitation

Session V: Structured Audience Q&A


17 .15 End of Main Conference

Session V: Structured Audience Q&A

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Raising Finance & Structuring Deals For Infrastructure Projects Summit 18 March, 2010
12.00 14.50

SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE
Registration & Coffee

Considering The Differences In Attitude Towards Conventional Versus Clean Infrastructure


Michael Underhill, CIO, CAPITAL INNOVATIONS
Michael is responsible for managing all of the firms investment activities and chairing the firm's Investment Committee. In addition, Michael serves on several advisory boards on behalf of Capital Innovations and its clients. Prior to founding Capital Innovations, Michael was a Managing Director at an $18 billion dollar private equity firm where he was involved in the direct investment, co-investment and asset management businesses. Michael will be publishing his book, The Handbook of Infrastructure Investing in Autumn 2009.

THE MIDDLE EAST: Rejuvenating PPP Structures To Incorporate Diverse Sources Of Finance, Longer Tenors & Risk Sharing To Meet Essential Infrastructure Development Priorities
Vishal Joshipura, SVP , Advisory Division, GULF ONE INVESTMENT BANK
Vishal is responsible for execution of project finance advisory assignments across the region. Prior to Gulf One, Vishal worked with Deloitte Infrastructure Advisory where he working on wide-ranging areas like PPP , privatization, public sector reforms, feasibility studies etc. in India and Saudi Arabia. Vishals PPP experience in the Middle East includes advising on high profile transactions like the Jeddah Hajj terminal and Saudi Landbridge.

Chairmans Opening & Welcome

Suhrud Mehta, Partner, MILBANK


Suhrud Mehta specialises in complex infrastructure financings in the bank and capital markets. He has represented arranging banks and sponsors on the financing of some of the largest and most complex acquisition financings in the London/European markets. Suhrud is regarded by Chambers as one of the leading individuals for banking/acquisition finance, and is recognised for his expertise on infrastructure financings.

15.10

Inside The New Climate For Financing Infrastructure Development


2010 INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE THINKTANK
09.15

12.30

SPOTLIGHT ON INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS


Assessing The Most Resilient Fund Models, Emerging Players & Their Investment Strategies Shaping The Infrastructure Fund Landscape
Moderator:

RUSSIA: How Can Opportunities In The Russian & CEE Markets Fulfil Investor Requirements For Long-Term Non-Correlated Returns?
Marc Partridge, Co-Head Of Project & Structured Finance, GAZPROM BANK See biography previously
15.30

THE FINANCIERS BIRDSEYE VIEW


What Is The Current Shape Of The Infrastructure Market Where Will Incremental Funding Come From & What Is The Outlook For Debt Financing?
Jrn Kreischer, Head of Infrastructure Financing, HOCHTIEF GROUP
09.45

Nigel OSullivan, Head of European Pension and Insurance Strategy Group, GOLDMAN SACHS
Nigel joined Goldman Sachs in 1998 from Bacon & Woodrow. His experience includes advising fiduciaries on their investment arrangements on a global basis his expertise extends to developing appropriate investment strategies, utilising asset liability techniques, ensuring cost effective transitions for funds either changing strategy or fund managers. Over the last few years in The European Pension & Insurance Strategy Group, he has spent significant time advising clients on their alternative asset platforms - developing efficient private equity, hedge fund and infrastructure portfolios.

POLAND: How Can Government & Agency Funding Being Mobilized To Close Essential EURO 2012 Projects?
Gunnar Lundberg, Director of Assets, SKANSKA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
Gunnar Lundberg has worked in the construction business since 1969, predominantly with Skanska and on international projects. From 1989-1996 he was controller for Skanska's Swedish construction activities. He has been working with Skanska Infrastructure Development (formerly Skanska BOT) since and is currently working mostly with the North European projects. His current Board memberships include: Orkdalsvegen AS E 39 Road Project (Norway), Nelostie OY Motorway Helsinki-Lahti (Finland), Ykkostie OY Motorway E 18 Muurla-Lohja (Finland) and GTC S.A. A1 motorway (Poland).

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT FUNDING


What Is The Impact Of Government Stimulus Initiatives On The Project Pipeline & How Will This Funding Impact Deal Structures & Opportunities For Private Finance?
Thierry Dau, CEO, MERIDIAM INFRASTRUCTURE
As Meridiams founder, Mr. Dau has been responsible for the development of the fund since October of 2004. He served as Director at AECOM Global Group until November of 2005. At Meridiam, Mr. Dau has been involved in the asset acquisition pursuit of many PPP projects globally since 1994. Prior to his involvement at Meridiam, Mr. Dau served as the CEO of Egis Projects that he joined in 1994.

Joe Blum, Partner & General Counsel, GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS


GIP invests in infrastructure assets in OECD countries and emerging markets, focusing on established energy, transportation and water/waste businesses. GIP has raised $5.64 billion of committed capital, and to date has made 8 investments: London City Airport; Biffa Ltd, Channelview Cogeneration Facility, International Trade; Great Yarmouth Port; East India Petroleum Limited; Ruby Pipeline Company, and Chesapeake Midstream Partners. Prior to joining GIP , Mr. Blum was a partner of Latham & Watkins and co-head of the London Project Development & Finance Group.

15.50

INDIA: Identifying Opportunities To Capitalize On Indias Infrastructure Development Plans


M.K. Sinha, President & CEO, IDFC PROJECT EQUITY
M.K. Sinha is an investment professional with over 18 years of international experience. In his previous role as Executive Director, IDFC, he was responsible for doubling IDFC's asset book to over $4bn while maintaining profitability and high asset quality. Prior to joining IDFC, he worked with GE Commercial Finance in the Structured Finance and Energy Financial Services divisions for over 10 years. Before that, he worked with Bank of America and SBI Capital Markets in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking areas respectively.

10.15

SPECIAL GUEST DEVELOPER ADDRESS


An Insight Into The Sponsor 5 Year Project Horizon & Their Approach To Structuring & Raising Finance In The New Economic Environment
Reiner Schrnkler, CEO, HOCHTIEF CONCESSIONS
Reiner Schrnkler has been a member of the Executive Board of HOCHTIEF Concessions AG since November 2009. He is in charge of the company's airports business. Schrnkler is also CEO of the investment partnership HOCHTIEF AirPort Capital GmbH & Co KGaA (HTAC), a member of the Supervisory Boards of Dsseldorf and Hamburg airports, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Budapest Airport Zrt.

Jason Zibarras, Head of Infrastructure Investments Europe, J.P . MORGAN ASSET MANAGEMENT
Jason Zibarras is responsible for JPMAM's Infrastructure Investments Group activities in Europe. He has specialised in the infrastructure market since the mid 90s, joining J.P .Morgan in 2007 . He has completed a broad range of transactions in advisory and principal capacities, most recently leading JPM IIF's team in the acquisition of Cairns and Mackay Airports in Queensland Australia and the acquisition of Southern Water in the UK. He is also the Chairman of Cairns & Mackay Airports.

16.10

AFRICA: The PPP Imperative For Tackling Nigerias Infrastructure Deficit. What Structures Are Being Developed?
Olukayode Fabunmi, Chairman, IPFA NIGERIA
Olukayode Fabunmi is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He focuses his practice largely on Project Finance, International Business Law, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), Foreign Investment (direct and portfolio) and infrastructure. He has also been actively involved in the negotiating, drafting and preparation of agreements for PPP transactions and is currently working on other PPP initiatives in Nigeria including capacity building for public sector.

13.00

Lunch

14.30 10.45 Coffee

The New Landscape For Infrastructure Investment


11.15

MARKET WATCH Identifying Future Opportunities In Global Markets


Global Infrastructure Strategy & Practice
14.30

16.30

WHOSE MARKET IS IT ANYWAY?


What Buying Opportunities Are Afforded By The Economic Climate, Who Has The Liquidity To Move & Will There Be A Re-Convergence Of The Expectations Of Buyer & Sellers?
Michael Underhill, CIO, CAPITAL INNOVATIONS Thierry Dau, CEO, MERIDIAM INFRASTRUCTURE
17 .15 End of Summit

Financing And Refinancing Infrastructure Transactions For 2010 And Beyond


Suhrud Mehta, Partner, MILBANK See biography previously

USA: To What Extent Have US Recovery & Reinvestment Policies Liberated The US Deal Pipeline?
Speaker under invitation

TOP REASONS TO ATTEND PROJECTS & INFRASTRUCTURE INTERNATIONAL 2010


THE MOST COST EFFECTIVE USE OF YOUR TIME Get all the most up-to-date market information as it breaks, from the horses mouth, face to face with the experts. Have all your business meetings with global partners under one roof in just one European trip. Save on travel expenses at our new central Brussels location, the Marriott Hotel with 5* accommodation at under 150 per night! Share expertise and make new friends. The new look 2010 agenda includes more networking opportunities, interactive formats, structured discussion groups and Q&A sessions. STAY AHEAD OF THE COMPETITION IN 2010! At Projects & Infrastructure International 2010 You Will Find Out: How the project finance industry dynamic is evolving post credit crunch? How are the leading players in the market changing their business strategy to stay ahead? Where are todays sources of debt and equity for energy and infrastructure projects? Whats in the deal pipeline and how have recent deals been brought to a close? Which regions have the brightest project development prospects and which sectors are delivering the greatest financing opportunities? What are global economic trends directing the market? THE MARKETS MOST IN-DEPTH SUMMITS! New Opportunities In Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals Project Finance & Investment - Monday 16th March A must attend event for any players in this sector, the summit brings together the most significant development and exploration companies with news and views on the deal pipeline and global development prospects Raising Finance & Structuring Deals For Infrastructure Transactions Thursday 18th March Giving you a more in-depth view of the infrastructure market to introduce you to the funds and investors who are increasingly involved in transactions in this sector. This summit is an excellent opportunity to understand the dynamics of investment and the financing of transport and energy assets. GET DEALS DONE WITH THE RIGHT PARTNERS! Meet All Of Your Clients & Prospects Under One Roof: Project Sponsors and Developers Project and infrastructure financiers Multilateral and Export Credit Agencies Deal arrangers & structuring practitioners Equity players, infrastructure funds and investors Local market experts & sector specialists

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Infrastructure Sponsor Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP Milbank has one of the largest and most experienced infrastructure and project finance groups of the worlds major law firms. We have pioneered the application of infrastructure and project finance techniques internationally for more than 30 years. We undertake transactions in connection with transport, utilities, process industries, oil and gas, electricity generation and distribution, mining and metals, communications as well as various other types of infrastructure. Milbanks commitment to infrastructure and project finance legal service is thus deep and significant. Perhaps more than any other law firm, we have organised ourselves to deliver advice to sponsors and lenders by drawing on our broad wealth of experience so that our advice is both legally analytical and responsive to underlying industrial and commercial considerations. Chambers Global has designated Milbank in the 1st Tier of global project finance practices Chambers Global has designated Milbank as a leading practice in projects and energy in the Middle East, and three of our lawyers have been designated as leading individuals in the Middle East market Chambers Global has designated Milbank as a leading practice in projects, energy and mining in Africa, and two of our lawyers have been designated as leading individuals in the African market Milbanks London lawyers acted on Project Finance magazines Middle East Deal of the Year in 2008 (Yemen LNG), and Global Project Finance Deal of the Year in 2007 (Barka 2) and 2006 (SEPC), in each case demonstrating our ability to deliver on the worlds most complex deals Sponsored by A Worldwide Player and a European Leader Calyon is the Corporate and Investment Bank of the Crdit Agricole Group. With more than 160 specialists operating on all continents, Calyon has developed strong execution and global delivery capabilities in Natural Resources, Infrastructure and Power structured finance and ranks amongst the leading banks in Europe and worldwide. Calyon is committed to meeting its clients financing needs and objectives, on a global basis, thanks to a proven track record in sourcing and structuring financing for complex international projects in power generation and distribution, infrastructure including the Public-Private Partnership sector, environmental services (water, waste treatment) and natural resources (oil, gas, LNG, pipelines, petrochemicals, refining, mining and metals). The comprehensive range of products and services includes: debt arranging and underwriting, financial structuring, project risk evaluation, capital markets services, equity and mezzanine, financial modelling, syndication, agency and project advisory services. In 2008, Calyon: - Arranged more than 70 deals in project finance - Was ranked 5th Global Mandated Lead Arranger (Thomson Financial) and 4th Global Mandated Lead Arranger (Infrastructure Journal) - Obtained at least 40 Deals of the Year awards - Received the Global Transport Arranger of the Year award by Infrastructure Journal For more information, visit www.calyon.com SGS IS THE WORLDS LEADING INSPECTION, VERIFICATION, TESTING AND CERTIFICATION COMPANY SGS is recognised as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 56'000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1000 offices and laboratories in 150 countries around the world. Originally founded in 1878 in Rouen as French grain shipment inspection house, the Company was registered in Geneva as Socit Gnrale de Surveillance in 1919. Shares of SGS were first listed on (SWX) Swiss Exchange in 1985. The core services offered by SGS can be divided into four categories: inspection, testing, certification and verification services. SGS services to banks and financial institutions include: Collateral Management Services (CMA) Project Finance Services (PFS) Technical Advisory Service Certification Transaction validation Training solutions Social Corporate Responsibility Verification (climate change etc.) SGS offers the widest variety of services to deliver the trusted technical information needed by banks, sponsors and equity investors to manage risks. SGS project portfolio reflects its extensive coverage of sectors, oil and gas, mining, power, renewable and infrastructure, and geographical locations and sets a benchmark for industry best-practices. For more information visit: www.sgs.com and www.sgs.com/projectfinance Standard & Poor's, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE:MHP), is the world's foremost provider of financial market intelligence, including independent credit ratings, indices, risk evaluation, investment research and data. With approximately 10,000 employees, including wholly owned affiliates, located in 23 countries and markets, Standard & Poor's is an essential part of the world's financial infrastructure and has played a leading role for more than 140 years in providing investors with the independent benchmarks they need to feel more confident about their investment and financial decisions. Standard & Poor's Infrastructure Finance Ratings unit provides ratings and comprehensive analysis of project financings, non-U.S. public sector concession financings and non-U.S. utilities worldwide. Through the efforts of more than 40 dedicated senior analysts, infrastructure projects are rated across all major sectors, including transportation, power, energy, industrial, and water/waste water. The team also provides ratings and analysis of Public Private Partnership transactions (PPPs) around the world. For more information on Standard & Poor's, please visit www.standardandpoors.com

Founded in 1879 in New York, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP comprises more than 750 lawyers conducting a global practice through a network of 12 offices on four continents. More than 130 of the firms lawyers are based in its three European offices in London, Paris and Frankfurt. Project organization and finance, particularly in the natural resources sector, has been a central feature of S&Cs practice for most of its existence. Recent work includes advising the sponsors/project company of a number of recent high-profile transactions (all Deal of the Year honorees), including the US$ 4.8 billion Yemen LNG project, the US$ 7 billion Emirates Aluminium project (UAE), the US$ 3.3 billion Ambatovy nickel and cobalt project (Madagascar), the US$ 3.9 billion Baku-TblisiCeyhan (BTC) pipeline and the related US$ 3.2 billion ACG Phase 1 oil field development project (Caspian region), the US$ 4.5 billion Tengizchevroil (TCO) oilfield expansion project (Kazakhstan), and the US$ 366 million Moma Titanium project (Mozambique). S&C is also currently advising on other multi-billion dollar oil and gas, pipeline, power, infrastructure and mining/metals projects in North and South America, the Gulf, Africa and Australasia. In recent years, S&C has been named as the leading adviser to the mining industry by Infrastructure Journal, Project Finance Team of the Year by Legal Business and Legal Advisor of the Year by Infrastructure Journal. Gala Reception Hosts Standard Chartered leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East Standard Chartered PLC, listed on both London and Hong Kong stock exchanges, ranks among the top 25 companies in the FTSE-100 by market capitalisation. The London-headquartered Group has operated for over 150 years in some of the world's most dynamic markets, leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Its income and profits have more than doubled over the last five years primarily as a result of organic growth. Standard Chartered aspires to be the best international bank for its customers across its markets. The Group earns around 90 per cent of its income and profits in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, from its Wholesale and Consumer Banking businesses. The Group has over 1600 branches and outlets located in over 70 countries. The extraordinary growth of its markets and businesses creates exciting and challenging international career opportunities. Leading by example to be the right partner for its stakeholders, the Group is committed to building a sustainable business over the long term and is trusted worldwide for upholding high standards of corporate governance, social responsibility, environmental protection and employee diversity. It employs around 70,000 people, nearly half of whom are women. The Group's employees are of 125 nationalities, of which about 70 are represented in the senior management. For more information on Standard Chartered, please visit www.standardchartered.com

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