Infrastructure Consortium Purchases EON Gas Grid in Germany

High quality core infrastructure in developed markets is in high demand for institutional investors. Macquarie Group Ltd and a group of investors agreed to pay €3.2 billion ($4.07 billion) to E.ON AG for a network of natural-gas pipelines in Germany. The consortium will receive a stake in Germany’s largest gas-transmission grid called Open Grid Europe (OGE). The consortium includes the Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund IV, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Infinity Investments), British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, and a fund of German reinsurer Munich Re (MEAG).
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