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Due Diligence Analysis for Hidrowarm Hydropower Project & Independent Engineer and Construction Supervision of Hidronormandia Hydroelectric Project Ecuador

Due Diligence Analysis for Hidrowarm Hydropower Project & Independent Engineer and Construction Supervision of Hidronormandia Hydroelectric Project Ecuador

The Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) and private banks were considering providing financing to a greenfield run-of-river hydroelectric plant. Following Nathan’s original due diligence of the project, the IIC signed a US$78 million financing package with Hidronormandia S.A. to support the construction and operation of the hydropower plant and transmission line. The plant, located on the Upano River in the city of Macas, will help diversify Ecuador’s energy matrix by adding 49.6 MW of renewable energy capacity and generating 349.9 GW/h of clean energy every year. It will reduce dependency on fossil fuels and imports from neighboring countries, while displacing approximately ...
Costa Rica, Due Diligence of Further Terminal Expansion of Liberia Airport Terminal

Costa Rica, Due Diligence of Further Terminal Expansion of Liberia Airport Terminal

The Government of Costa Rica granted a 20-year concession agreement to Coriport to design, finance, construct, rehabilitate, expand, maintain and operate a new passenger terminal as a PPP transaction at the Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia City. Coriport is a consortium led by ADC & HAS Aviation S.A and MMM Aviation Group S.A. The Project had a total investment of USD 40.5 million. Phase I: Nathan was retained by BICSA (through Coriport) to conduct a due diligence analysis of the proposed investment plan for the implementation of the new passenger terminal as a PPP transaction. Nathan expressed an ...
Kenya Public Private Partnership Technical Advisor for the Ports Sector

Kenya Public Private Partnership Technical Advisor for the Ports Sector

The Government of Kenya (GOK), as part of its overall PPP Program, identified the Ports Sector as one of the priority infrastructure sectors for PPP investment. To support Ministry of Finance PPP Unit, the PPP Node in the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MoTI), and the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) engaged Nathan as an experienced consultant with hands-on government experience to oversee the preparation and financing of ports projects and to provide technical advice to KPA and MoTI. Nathan provided a range of advisory services to MoTI and KPA in the following areas: Conducted a sectoral diagnostics of the port ...
Cross- Border Interconnection Regulations for the East African Community and the Southern African Development Community

Cross- Border Interconnection Regulations for the East African Community and the Southern African Development Community

East African Community (EAC) and Southern African Development Community (SADC) member countries currently pay overseas carriers to exchange local (intra-continental) traffic on their behalf, resulting in a costly, slow and inefficient exchange of African inter-country traffic via overseas hubs. With the objective of promoting the exchange of intra-Africa internet traffic within the continent, Nathan delivered policy and regulatory, commercial, and technical advice to the member states. We developed the Regional Interconnection Policies, Regulations, and Guidelines. This project facilitated cross-border broadband interconnections among EAC and SADC member states by improving policy for cross-border broadband interconnections in the region. Nathan completed the ...
Cap Haitien Customs Support Project

Cap Haitien Customs Support Project

Cap Haitien Port, Haiti, 2017. Photo: Minnie Lanting Through this USAID-funded project, Nathan is working with the Haiti Administration Générale des Douanes (AGD) to analyze and improve customs operations in the areas of organizational structure, human resources, technology and infrastructure, and operational procedures. In addition, Nathan experts are analyzing customs clearance procedures, identifying ICT needs and procuring required hardware and software to help improve governance and revenue collection and reduce corruption. Nathan is also actively working with the AGD to ensure that customs operations accommodate gender dimensions of trade and logistics. Nathan has trained several customs officials on trade facilitation ...
Colombia, Antioquia Market Study

Colombia, Antioquia Market Study

A private developer is in the process of developing Puerto Antioquia, a multipurpose port facility with an estimated investment of US $400 million, located in the Gulf of Uraba on Colombia’s Caribbean Coast and near the city of Turbo. The project has been granted an exclusive right over an offshore area of 130 hectares pursuant to a 30-year concession, in conjunction with onshore facilities that will be constructed on 38 hectares of private land. Nathan and Deloitte were hired to conduct an independent market study and assess the project’s rationale and the business plan supporting the development of port. Nathan ...
Haiti Port Regulatory Strengthening

Haiti Port Regulatory Strengthening

With the objective of promoting economic growth in the north, USAID is working with Haiti’s National Port Authority (APN) to assist Cap Haitien Port in establishing modern container and bulk cargo services that align with Haiti’s vision of being a modern economy and valued trade partner. The main objective is to ensure that port regulation does not prove to be an obstacle to future port efficiency. Nathan was contracted to provide technical assistance on this project, which is one of four key interventions designed to help modernize the port. During mobilization, Nathan established a field office in Cap Haitien and ...
Malawi Innovation Challenge Fund

Malawi Innovation Challenge Fund

Malawi remains one of the least developed countries in the Sub-Saharan region, with a GDP per capita of $260. It ranks 153 of the 169 countries, according to UNDP Human Development Indicators. The economy remains highly dependent on agriculture, which contributes to around 34% of GDP, supports 85% of the population and produces over 80% of exports (driven by commodities such as tobacco, tea and cotton); nearly all of it is attributed to smallholder agriculture, with low inputs, dependence on rains and declining soil fertility. Manufacturing accounts for only 8% of GDP, relying on the processing of agricultural commodities (tea, ...