GIH launches project pipeline

The Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH) has published its first project pipeline, providing the private sector with information on pipelines in seven countries across the globe.

Giving private investors early stage visibility of potential projects, the pipeline will also track projects over time as they progress through their lifecycle from conception to operation. This will enable the private sector to better evaluate project opportunities in public infrastructure across jurisdictions and markets.

Australia, China, Colombia, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, and Uruguay are the first countries to be involved in the scheme, providing their pipelines for the GIH database.

“We greatly appreciate the efforts of this initial group to work with the GI Hub and get some of their projects on to the database to allow us to start the pipeline and display to other countries what a pipeline can achieve,” said GIH chief executive Chris Heathcote.

Further countries will be added to the pipeline over the coming year. To access the GIH project pipeline, click here.

For an interview with GIH chief executive Chris Heathcote setting out the organisation’s plans, see the October issue of Partnerships Bulletin, or click here