Standard Chartered and Barclays fund Adani’s coal mining subsidiary

Stop Adani protest

19 May 2022 Financial new sources confirmed last week that Standard Chartered and Barclays have funded Adani Enterprises, the Adani Group subsidiary pursuing several new thermal coal mining projects, including the disastrous Carmichael mine in Australia. The US $250m debt facility provided by the two UK banks has an option … Read More

Help GLAS make time to Stop Adani

10 May 2022 There are now 112 major companies that have ruled out providing any support to the climate-wrecking Adani Carmichael coal project. However, debt administration services provider GLAS is not one of them. With Adani’s Australian coal port, NQXT, currently looking to raise hundreds of millions of dollars in … Read More

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?

31 March 2022 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 … 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