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GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides operating and maintenance, manpower and consultancy, and incidental services to the owners of power plants, airports, and infrastructure companies in India and internationally. The company is involved in the development, operation, and maintenance of power projects from gas and naphtha, hydro, and thermal energy sources in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and Jammu and Kashmir. It also builds and develops highway projects; mines for coal; promotes, constructs, develops, and operates international and domestic airport projects; develops, operates, and maintains infrastructure facilities; and explores for oil and natural gas. In addition, the company is engaged in the business of infrastructure projects, and investment in power projects. Further, it operates hotels and resorts in Hyderabad, Chandigarh, and Chennai. Additionally, the company provides analytical, biology, chemistry, clinical research, clinical pharmacology, and informatics research services, as well as process research and contract manufacturing services. GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited was incorporated in 2005 and is headquartered in Secunderabad, India.

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GVK Power and Infrastructure Plans To Raise INR 15 Billion

GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited (BSE:532708) will raise INR 15 billion through qualified institutional placement (QIP) to trim its debt. GVK has sought shareholders’ approval to raise the amount. GVK group's Chief Financial Officer A Issac George confirmed the QIP plan and said the amount would be used to reduce debt of the holding companies which was raised to acquire additional stake in Mumbai and Bangalore airports. “We have the board’s approval and will seek shareholder approval next month for the QIP,” he said. In its notice to shareholders, GVK has sought approval to raise INR 15 billion which includes a green shoe option to retain INR 5 billion from excess subscription.

GVK Power Eyes Options To Reduce Debt In Hancock

GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited (BSE:532708) has Clarified to BSE as, "The company is exploring various options for reducing some of its debt. An option that is being looked at is, raising equity at the Airport Holding Company, to retire the debt raised for the airport acquisition. The Company is in discussion with a few investors in this matter. The Company is also exploring a possibility to bring in an equity investor(s) into Hancock Infrastructure Pvt Limited, which is a holding company, for the Rail and Port Projects in Australia." Since the discussions are at a preliminary stage, it would not be appropriate for the company to divulge any details at this stage. No sooner the deal crystallizes, we would be in a position to inform the regulatory authorities on the same."

Power Firms Reportedly Planning To Sell Assets To NTPC

Firms including Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited (BSE:532627), Lanco Infratech Limited (BSE:532778), GMR Infrastructure Limited (BSE:532754), and Sesa Sterlite Limited (BSE:500295) are planning to sell power plants to NTPC Ltd. (BSE:532555). Firms including Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited (BSE:532627), Lanco Infratech Limited (BSE:532778), GMR Infrastructure Limited (BSE:532754) and Sesa Sterlite Limited (BSE:500295) have offered to sell some of their power plants to NTPC Ltd. (BSE:532555) as lenders put pressure on them to divest assets to slash debt, according to two people with direct knowledge of the development. NTPC has received more than 30 offers in response to its offer made in April 2014, to purchase coal-fired power plants. Lanco had publicly stated its intention to sell some assets. GMR declined to respond to an email questionnaire while GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited (BSE:532708) said that it wasn’t participating in the exercise. GVK spokesperson said, “Although in the beginning we enquired about it, we are not pursuing it now”. A person with close to the matter said that NTPC was keen to purchase Jaypee’s three power plants at Bina, Nigri and Bara. An NTPC official told Economic Times, “NTPC is looking at investing anywhere between 25,000 crore and 30,000 crore in the financial year. We would be investing between 6,000 and 8,000 crore as equity and rest would be raised as debt.”


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