Solveig owns a 24.12% stake in the unincorporated joint venture, Gassled, which owns the Norwegian sub-sea high pressure gas network and associated gas processing and export facilities. The network connects the Norway based gas producing platforms in the North Sea and the Norwegian Sea to export points in the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. The network operations and upgrade activity is undertaken by Gassco (not rated), which is 100% owned by the Norwegian government (Aaa, stable).
The A3 rating on the notes is underpinned by the supportive regulatory regime that has been in place since Gassled was formed in 2003. Tariff setting under the regulation, which is overseen by Norway'sMinistry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE), provides a return of 7% pre-tax on the assets and escalates with inflation, in addition to allowing the full ultimate claw back of operating costs. The ratings are also supported by the fact that the over 40% of pipeline capacity is already booked for the life of the licence, and about 80% booked until 2020.
The ratings on the notes also take into account the anticipated acquisition of ENI SpA's 1.276% stake in Gassled which Moody's expects to be financed initially through equity and shareholder loans.
The Norwegian government has an indirect stake in Gassled of just over 50% through its ownership of Gassled participants, Statoil Petroleum AS and Petoro AS, which, in Moody's view, means there is a high probability of a continuing supportive regulatory and operating environment for Gassled.
All revenues are paid by the gas shippers under the annually published tariffs, and are collected by Gassco and passed on directly to the Gassled participants, according to their share of the joint venture. Similarly, Gassco demands funding for both operating costs and expansion expenditure from the participants which must be paid within 30 days of the demand. Failure to pay the amounts could lead relatively quickly to a participant losing its licence which will place emphasis on Solveig's management of working capital.
The transaction is lightly structured and Moody's has not given the transaction any benefit in terms of rating uplift. The lenders do benefit from borrowing covenants, including minimum DSCR and a debt service reserve account equal to six months debt service and funded from cash. Lenders also benefit from the ability to step into the rights of the shareholders and operate the entity in a continuing event of default, although this security is relatively weak as the lenders are not able to access the gas transmission assets themselves.
Moody's expects that Solveig will maintain a DSCR of around 1.9x over the expected term of the financing and a concession life cover ratio ("CLCR") in excess of 2.0x.
The outlook is stable. The outlook reflects our expectation that Solveig will maintain a DSCR of greater than 1.8x for the life of the debt, including debt amortisation. We also do not anticipate that Solveig's CLCR will fall persistently below 2.0x. In addition, we expect the debt to be fully repaid by December 2027, 12 months prior to the termination of the licence.
What Could Change the Rating -- Up
We do not expect there to be upward pressure on the rating for the foreseeable future due to the relatively high levels of subordinated debt repayment and additional capital expenditure during the early years of the transaction.
What Could Change the Rating -- Down
The rating could be lowered in the event of a negative change to the current regulatory environment which could reduce the return allowed to the project, a loss of the licence, acquisition of an additional stake in Gassled that led to a material weakening of the financial parameters indicated above or a significant breakage in the pipeline network that requires Solveig to make significant levels of liquidity available. Furthermore, a licence extension combined with a reduction on the return on capital plus additional significant capital expenditure could create negative pressure on the rating if associated with a decline of Solveig's financial metrics below the minimum level indicated above.
The principal methodology used in this rating was Regulated Electric and Gas Utilities published in August 2009. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for a copy of this methodology.
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Um Ihnen die Übersicht über die große Anzahl an Nachrichten, die jeden Tag für ein Unternehmen erscheinen, etwas zu erleichtern, haben wir den Nachrichtenfeed in folgende Kategorien aufgeteilt:
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Analysen zu Eni S.p.A.
|22.07.2016||Eni buy||UBS AG|
|21.07.2016||Eni Neutral||JP Morgan Chase & Co.|
|27.06.2016||Eni buy||Goldman Sachs Group Inc.|
|17.06.2016||Eni buy||UBS AG|
|22.07.2016||Eni buy||UBS AG|
|27.06.2016||Eni buy||Goldman Sachs Group Inc.|
|17.06.2016||Eni buy||UBS AG|
|24.05.2016||Eni buy||Citigroup Corp.|
|09.05.2016||Eni buy||UBS AG|
|21.07.2016||Eni Neutral||JP Morgan Chase & Co.|
|24.05.2016||Eni Neutral||JP Morgan Chase & Co.|
|03.05.2016||Eni Hold||Jefferies & Company Inc.|
|02.05.2016||Eni Hold||Société Générale Group S.A. (SG)|
|29.02.2016||Eni Underweight||Morgan Stanley|
|29.02.2016||Eni Underperform||BNP PARIBAS|
|01.02.2016||Eni Underperform||BNP PARIBAS|
|01.12.2015||Eni Underweight||Barclays Capital|
|02.11.2015||Eni Underweight||Morgan Stanley|
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Sell: Verkaufsempfehlungn wie z.B. "verkaufen" oder "reduce"
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