Eskom was in the spotlight again last month as the lights went out across South Africa. Unplanned outages at the electric utility’s ageing coal-fired power stations resulted in almost two weeks [...]
Puerto Rico is nearing a massive sale: none other than the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), the commonwealth’s sole power provider and most valuable public asset.
The role of sovereign guarantees is the latest hot-topic in African debt financings. As state-owned enterprises (SOEs), such as Nigeria’s NNPC, push ahead with government-backed deals, [...]
Though oil prices have recovered from their most depressed levels reached in 2016, the continued low-price environment has changed the formula – literally – for investing in stateside [...]
With Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello'sproposalto privatize the utility, bondholders now have even more to worry about.
Debtwire Investigations recently travelled to West Virginia to tell the story of how the opioid crisis is impacting the coal industry labor force in Appalachia, including how it nearly hobbled [...]
Comerica is one of many regional banks seeking to unload portfolios of loans tied to distressed exploration and production (E&P) companies as oil prices stubbornly remain below $50 per barrel.
Westinghouse's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy damaged two large public utilities with municipal bonds outstanding: the Municipal Electricity of Georgia (MEAG) and the South Carolina Public [...]