Funding Approved for China LNG Project

Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Newbridge Capital LLC, one of Asia's largest private equity funds, has signed an agreement to invest up to $200m in Xinjiang Guanghui's Liquefied Natural Gas project in China's northwestern Xinjiang region, an official with the Xinjiang Guanghui Group told XFN-Asia. Under the agreement, Newbridge Capital will initially invest $33.8m for a 24.99 pct stake in Xinjiang Guanghui LNG project and has the option to increase its share in the project to as much as 67 pct with an additional investment of $169m.
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