Energy Risk Deals of the Year 2012: SG CIB's Russian gas field financing

SG CIB’s €1.1bn financing for gas field in northern Russia

Energy Risk - Deals of the Year 2012

Russia, with its capricious bureaucracy and periodic outbursts of hostility against foreign energy companies, can be a challenging country in which to do business. But the bankers at Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) believe they have forged a model that will make it easier for multinationals to participate in energy projects in Russia.

In May 2011, SG CIB closed a €1.1 billion financing deal aimed at developing the Yuzhno-Russkoye Gas Field (YRGF) in northern Russia

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