Arteris, Abertis's Brazilian subsidiary, has signed the concession agreement of Via Paulista; which lays on 35 municipalities in different regions in the state of São Paulo.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Brazil
ARTESP, the Regulatory Agency for Transport Public Services of the State of São Paulo, has launched a tender process to seek a private partner to develop a road project under its Concession Program.
The Brazilian government has sold operating licenses for four hydroelectric dams with a total value of nearly US$4 billion.
Brazilian toll road operator Invepar has formalized the request for the return of a road concession together with the National Transportation Agency Terrestrial (ANTT).
China Merchants Port Holdings Company Limited has announced it has entered into the share purchase agreement with TCP Participações S.A. to acquire 90% stake of the Port of Paranaguá in Brazil, from TCP for BRL 2.89 billion (US$920 million).
HNA Infrastructure, a subsidiary of HNA Group, has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire a 60% stake in Rio de Janeiro Aeroportos S.A. (RJA), which is the controlling shareholder of the Aeroporto Internacional Antônio Carlos Jobim – Galeão (GIG Airport) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from Odebrecht SA.
The Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, through the Ministry of Education, has initiated a tender process for an educational PPP project.
The City of Rio de Janeiro has signed a contract with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to help structure and implement a public-private partnership (PPP) to build and maintain approximately 130 new schools, providing thousands of children with access to a pre-school and kindergarten education.
The State of São Paulo has launched a new program aimed to support São Paulo municipalities interested in street lighting PPP projects.
The State of Bahia, through the Ministry of Urban Development (SEDUR), has launched the tender process for Salvador light train project under PPP scheme.
Brookfield Business Partners L.P. and Sumitomo Corp. have together completed the acquisition of a 70% controlling stake in the core water, wastewater and industrial water treatment business of Odebrecht Ambiental, for a total investment of US$908 million. Under its new ownership, the business will be renamed BRK Ambiental.
Arteris, Abertis’ subsidiary in Brazil, has won the contract for the development of the Itaporanga-Franca Lot, Rodovias dos Calcados (Road of the Shoes) road under PPP scheme.
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras has announced it has concluded the sale transaction of 90% of the company's shares in Nova Transportadora do Sudeste (NTS) to Nova Infraestrutura Fundo de Investimentos em Participações (FIP), managed by Brookfield Brasil Asset Management Investmentos Ltda, an entity affiliated with Brookfield Asset Management.
Sao Paulo has launched a tender process to develop a social housing project which involves building more than 10,000 affordable homes in the state’s capital city.
The consortium Voa São Paulo has been awarded the concession contract to operate five airports in São Paulo, Brazil. The company offered a bid of BRL24.4 million (US$7.8 million) which represents a 101% of the minimum award amount.
ANAC (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) has announced that Flughafen Zürich AG, VINCI Airports and Fraport AG have won rights to four Brazlian airports.
Sao Paulo's Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos (ARTESP) has awarded to Pátria Investimentos the concession contract for the Rodovias Centro-Oeste Paulista project in São Paulo (Brazil).
Ecorodovias Infraestrutura e Logística S.A. and Pátria Investimentos have emerged as the only two companies to present bids for the BRL3.9 billion (US$1.26 billion) Rodovias Centro-Oeste Paulista project in São Paulo (Brazil).
The Brazilian National Land Transport Agency (ANTT) has announced it has launched a tender process to seek private developers for the BR-101/116/290/386 road concession.
Governments of Latin America to discuss investment opportunities for energy projects – Washington, D.C March 2017
Latin American public and private sector leaders will address countries’ policies and strategies to engage investors and stimulate open discussions. 250 energy developers, financiers and public sector stakeholders are expected to attend the meeting from North America and countries across Latin America.