|Project Finance Data Sources|
Dealogic: The ProjectWare database includes more than 9,000 transactions from 1994 to the present; The Loan Analytics (formerly Loanware) database includes more than 120,000 transactions (loan facilities including project loans) since 1980. Project Finance Review gives readers news on the project finance market as well as market rankings, project volumes and market/sector reports (subscription based).
Comprehensive database of over 5,000 projects.
Data and research reports on the construction industry.
The Infrastructure Division of the International Trade Association (US Commerce Dept.) maintains this database. The database describes projects to assist US companies seeking business with large-scale infrastructure projects around the world.
Data on Latin American power projects.
Provides pricing data and information from the secondary market for loans.
Project finance loan data and Deal Scan database (historical database of project finance loans).
Information on African projects.
MZ Project Finance: Provides information on project finance and public private partnerships (PPP). The KnowledgeBank section provides information, information, and data about project finance.
Data on syndicated loans, and credit loss information.
Sustainable Energy & Economy Network (SEEN): a political interest group with the goal of educating people about the problems associated with fossil fuel investments. Has a database of energy projects.
Financial data and research reports on companies, industries, and markets worldwide inthe SDC Platinum database. The project finance database covers more than 2,000 completed and pipeline deals since 1992.
Information on the World Bank Guarantee Program.
Database of World Bank projects by country and sector.
The Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) Project Database tracks contract and investment information for private infrastructure projects in low- and middle-income countries in the following four sectors: telecommunications, energy, transportation, and water/sanitation. The database covers 2,500 projects that were implemented between the period 1990 and 2002 in 132 developing countries and mobilized $754 billion of capital.
WDF’s goal is to improve global quality of life through the implementation of "super projects" – billion-dollar projects that enhance economic development. Has a database of more than 1,600 projects.
World Mine Cost Data Exchange: This site is a one-stop source of mine cost spreadsheet models and operating cost information based on verifiable engineering and production data and peer review by mining industry analysts from around the world.