Bechtel Enterprises Project Profiles
A brief rundown of some of our work.
Enterprises helped project sponsors of the Nanhai Petrochemicals Complex
to close a $400 million multi-country export credit facility. This enabled
the project to secure financing from international commercial banks and
lower the cost of the project's debt.
Enterprises helped negotiate and arrange a $250 million guaranty
instrument relating to the financing of the Croatian Motorway, a major
project that began in 1998. This allowed the customer to fund the third
and last phase of the project.
Lines—composed of Bechtel Enterprises and Amey PLC—won a concession and
raised $3.1 billion of private finance to upgrade and maintain one-third of
the London Underground (London’s
subway system) through a public-private partnership.
Partners—composed of Bechtel Enterprises and Singapore Changi Airport
Enterprise— worked on three concession projects in Latin America and the
Caribbean: the Jorge Chavez International
Airport serving Lima,
Peru, the Juan Santamaria
Airport in Costa Rica, and the Hato
International Airport in Curacao. These
concessions required Alterra to operate the existing facilities, plan for
future growth, and implement state-of-the-art airport capital expansion
InterGen and Turkish partner Enka, Bechtel Enterprises assisted in
arranging the $1.5 billion financing of the Gebze, Adapazari, and Izmir natural gas-fired power facilities in Turkey—one of the largest private sector greenfield power
project financings ever completed.
Enterprises created a public-private partnership to extend Portland, Oregon’s
light-rail system to its international airport, in return for 85-year
development rights on 121 acres (49 hectares) of adjacent airport property. Total
financed costs for the light-rail project were $125 million.