Adani planning to self-fund coal port debt refinancing

22 March 2022 According to a note published on 14 March, Adani has indicated to the Moody’s ratings agency that it is failing to find an external source to refinance the US$500m of bonds maturing in December of this year, issued by its coal port North Queensland Export Terminal (or … Read More

Will GLAS shatter its reputation on Adani’s coal port?

In November 2021, after a short and sharp public backlash, the Bank of New York Mellon (BNYM) became the 104th company to cut ties with Adani’s disastrous Carmichael coal project. For many years, BNYM was playing a specialised role as the security trustee for the debt linked to Adani’s coal … Read More

Coal port operator Adani Ports no longer part of UN’s Race to Zero

19 January 2022 Back in December, Market Forces drew attention to the fact that Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone’s (Adani Ports) removal from the Business Ambition for 1.5C campaign run by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) should also see it removed from the UN’s Race to Zero campaign.  … Read More

NAB fails to defend funding for destructive fossil fuel companies

NAB agm 2021

17 December 2021 NAB has been lending heavily for projects and companies expanding the fossil fuel industry. As such, the bank today faced a formal proposal from shareholders telling it to stop funding new coal, oil and gas projects. NAB also faced a bombardment of questions from stakeholders concerned over … Read More