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Exclusive - Italy export credit agency may insure $567 million Russian Arctic LNG plant loan - sources

11/19/2021 | 10:32am EST
FILE PHOTO: Chief Executive Officer of Novatek company Mikhelson attends a meeting with Russian President Putin in Moscow

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's SACE may insure a loan of around 500 million euros ($567 million) for Novatek's Arctic LNG 2, two sources close to the matter told Reuters, amid calls by green EU lawmakers for export credit agencies not to support the $21 billion project.

Italy's Ambassador to Russia, Giorgio Starace, said on Thursday that financing will be provided by Italian state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), which controls Italy's export credit agency SACE, and Intesa Sanpaolo.

In a letter in May, some members of the European Parliament had expressed concern about potential support by the French, German and Italian export credit agencies to Arctic LNG 2 which, they said, was not compatible with climate targets.

SACE and Intesa Sanpaolo both declined to comment.

The sources said the insurance deal had not been finalised, adding that due diligence was still underway on the financing, the size of which had not previously been reported.

The plant is expected to produce almost 20 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year in 2026.

The financing should be approved providing an agreement signed by Italy at last week's COP26 climate talks did not forbid it, the sources added.

Almost 200 nations, including Italy, that attended the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland, agreed to accelerate the phasing out of inefficient subsidies for fossil fuels.

Earlier this year, Novatek shareholders approved external financing of $11 billion for the Arctic project, which is expected to start production in 2023.

Leonid Mikhelson, head of the project's major shareholder Novatek, told Reuters on Friday that Italy provided the largest volumes of equipment and engineering service supplies among European contractors involved.

He did not give figures, but said the group behind the project was pleased with the cooperation with its Italian partners and was certain about its long-term nature.

In October, top management at Russia's largest LNG producer visited Rome to canvass support, while the head of Banca Intesa Russia said it was studying the deal, but no decision had as yet been taken.

One of the sources said the Italian financing would support two contracts: one worth 2.2 billion euros awarded to a joint venture between Saipem and Rönesans Holding A.S, and another for 560 million euros to Nuovo Pignone International.

($1 = 0.8819 euros)

(Additional reporting by Francesca Landini in Milan and Vladimir Soldatkin in Moscow; Editing by Alexander Smith)

By Giuseppe Fonte and Stephen Jewkes


ę Reuters 2021
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