• Financing commodities and natural resources

Our expert Natural Resources Finance team having been sourcing financing solutions for crude oil, metals, and agricultural products for decades. How can we help?

Whether you are an oil refinery looking to find the best way of sourcing your crude imports, or a steel producer supplying the construction industry, we can help you. Natural resources financing support is available in a range of structured and trade finance flow forms.

Commodities covered include exchange-traded commodities across the energy, metals and softs complexes, along with certain mainstream non-exchange traded commodity complexes such as ferrous metals (including across all steel products), ores and tobacco.

The core products of our Structured Commodity Trade Finance transactions rely on self-liquidating [offshore] cash flows generated from the trading of commodities to support the finance structure and mitigate associated credit and transfer risks.

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After the perfect storm After the perfect storm

When damage to the Siri platform in the Danish North Sea put Noreco at a crisis point, its turnaround plan included the opportunity to acquire new Danish assets from oil major Shell. But how could the company raise the financing? Clarissa Dann reports on how a seven-year reserve-based lending solution positioned this remarkable Norwegian oil producer for growth in a two-year journey of revival

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A new era for Indian energy A new era for Indian energy

With India’s energy consumption poised to grow at almost 5% annually over the next decade, its refineries are systemically important. Clarissa Dann talks to the leadership team at the Mumbai headquarters of Nayara Energy about realising potential – 20 million metric tonnes per year of it and growing

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