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OMERS Infrastructure is the infrastructure investment arm of Canadian pension plan OMERS. OMERS targets 'large-scale' infrastructure investments valued in excess of $1 billion where the firm can commit at least $200 million of equity capital. Prospective opportunities generally possess significant governmental or regulatory barriers to entry, as well as stable cash-flows linked to long-term contracts. Specific areas of interest include energy (generation, transmission and distribution networks), transportation (transportation gateways, rail corridors, ports and airports), institutional facilities (hospitals, long-term care facilities and schools), and government-regulated services (laboratory diagnostic services, satellite and other communications networks and land registry services). OMERS was formed in 1990 and is based in Toronto.
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|Type (Divestiture)||2 of 2|
|Country (France)||1 of 1|
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|Size (of disclosed)||1 of 3|
BridgeTex Pipeline Co. LLC
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
BridgeTex Pipeline Co. LLC is a key provider of crude oil transportation from Colorado City in West Texas to refineries in Houston and Texas City as well as for marine export through the Houston Ship Channel.
Deutsche Glasfaser Holding GmbH
Deutsche Glasfaser is a provider of fiber-optic internet connectivity for private households and business customers in rural Germany. Deutsche Glasfaser was founded in 2011 and is based in Borken, Germany.
Allianz Capital Partners is the asset management affiliate of the Allianz Group. The Firm operates in three segments, including Private Equity, Renewable Energy, and Infrastructure. The Private Equity investment group primarily pursues venture and private equity fund investments, however the group is an active co-investor, looking to support buyouts and growth capital financings in a variety of sectors. The Renewables Group seeks investments in long-term wind and solar projects. The Infrastructure team pursues energy and transportation infrastructure projects. Allianz Capital Partners was formed in 1996 and has offices in Munich, London, New York, and Singapore.
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|Sector (Infrastructure)||2 of 2|
|Type (Divestiture)||4 of 4|
|Country (France)||1 of 1|
|Year (2018)||1 of 1|
Elenia (formerly Lakeside Network Investments) holds 100% of two companies: Elenia Verkko Oy ("Elenia Verkko") and Elenia Lämpö Oy ("Elenia Lämpö"). Elenia Verkko is the second-largest electricity distribution network in Finland. Elenia Lämpö operates 17 local district heating networks, with strong market shares in their areas, and owns the seventh longest network in Finland.
Solveig Gas Norway AS
Solveig Gas Norway AS is own and operates gas pipelines. Solveig Gas Norway is based in Stavanger, Norway.
Altice Europe is a multinational cable and telecommunications company with a presence in France, Israel, Belgium & Luxembourg, Portugal, French West Indies/ Indian Ocean Area, and the Dominican Republic and Switzerland. Altice provides cable-based services (high-quality pay television, fast broadband Internet, and fixed line telephony) and, in certain countries, mobile telephony services to residential customers and corporate customers. Altice Europe was founded in 2001 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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|Sector (Infrastructure)||1 of 1|
|Type (Divestiture)||7 of 7|
|Country (France)||2 of 2|
|Year (2018)||4 of 4|
Teletorres del Caribe
Teletorres del Caribe which comprises 1,039 sites. Teletorres del Caribe, setting a clear partnership framework between the two companies. Teletorres del Caribe has committed to support Altice Dominicana in the continued deployment of its network.