The repeat issuers will use proceeds from the single tranche deal to purchase nuclear fuel.
Virginia International Gateway, a newly formed port operating company, is expected to place $450 million in private debt to finance the acquisition of APM Terminals Portsmouth, Virginia container facility.
The deal consists of two $125 million tranches of delayed draw 10-year senior notes.
The self-storage facilities operator upsized its inaugural private placement, to 300 Million, but opted not to issue in dollars.
Deutsche Bank was the agent on the transaction, which consists of a single, 15-year tranche that will be used to retire shorter-term debt.
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South Jersey Industries
Port of Brisbane
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SA Power Networks
Government of Aruba
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