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Infrastructure
Investment date : 06/09/2017
Country : Belgium
Sector : Utilities
Website : https://www.lbctt.com/

In September 2017, Ardian acquired a stake in LBC Tank Terminals (“LBC”) from State Super and Sunsuper. LBC, headquartered in Belgium, is a global provider of responsible logistics solutions. They own and operate midstream and downstream facilities for bulk liquid chemicals, oil and refined petroleum products. The company has a total capacity of 2 million cubic meters, and its largest operations are located on the US Gulf Coast, in Houston and Baton Rouge. Safety, efficiency and sustainability are keywords for all their activities.
Following the transaction, Ardian holds a 35% stake in LBC. Current shareholders APG and PGGM remained invested in the company with a 32.5% stake each.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 29/06/2017
Country : France
Sector : Utilities
Website : http://www.spmr.fr/

SPMR (“Société du Pipeline Méditerranée Rhône”), is a refined oil pipeline network company. SPMR owns and operates a pipeline network of strategic interest, which connects the Fos-Lavera oil facilities in southeastern France with the Lyon area, Northern French Alps, Switzerland and the main French Riviera oil depots. The network is 760km long and transports around 9.5Mm3 of products per year.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 28/06/2017
Country : Italy
Sector : Energy

Tolve Windfarms Holding owns three vehicles for the construction of three wind farms in the Tolve Municipality, Potenza Province, Italy. Tolve owns three separate authorizations in the southern Basilicata region for the construction and operation of the portfolio, comprised of Forleto Nuovo 2 (12MW), C&C Acquafredda (14.7MW) and Serra Energia (10.5MW). Construction started in July 2017 and shall be completed during the second half of 2018.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 19/09/2016
Country : Peru
Sector : Utilities
Website : www.solarpack.es

Ardian has acquired an 81% stake in a portfolio of four brownfield solar PV plants with a total installed capacity of 46MW in Chile and Peru. The transaction was sourced through the Spanish developer Solarpack, which will retain the remaining stake and operate the plants. Solarpack performs the operation and maintenance of the plants it develops, and manages own and third-party assets for a total of 230 MW. The deal also sees Ardian taking a minority stake in Solarpack and occupying a seat on its board of directors.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 05/02/2016
Country : Portugal
Sector : Transport
Website : http://ascendi.pt/

In January 2017, Ardian acquired Ascendi Group’s 50% stake in Ascendi PT II. This joint venture was formed in June 2015 as a partnership between Ardian and Ascendi, and owns and operates five motorways in North Portugal and the Lisbon area. With this transaction, Ardian has taken full control of the five jointly held assets, as well as two additional toll roads from Ascendi. Ardian originally acquired a 50% stake in Ascendi PT II in February 2016. Ascendi Group is the result of a partnership in the road sector stretching back almost two decades between Mota-Engil and Grupo Novo Banco, with over 3,000km under management in Europe, Latin America and Africa.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 01/01/2016
Country : Norway
Sector : Energy

Ardian and Finnmark Kraft AS, the Norwegian renewable energy company, created a joint venture to build and operate a 51.8MW wind farm in Northern Norway.
A 70MW extension has already been approved, subject to approval from the grid operator. Ardian holds a 49% and Finnmark a 51% stake in the JV.
This greenfield project is set to be producing energy by Q4 2017, at an expected production of 186.2GWh. This corresponds to the annual consumption of 62,000 households and will allow for a reduction in CO² emissions of 128,000 tons/year.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 23/12/2015
Country : France
Sector : Energy
Website : http://www.geosel.fr/

Géosel owns the Manosque underground storage facility in southeastern France and pipelines linking the facility to the oil ports in Fos and Lavéra, also in the same region. With a capacity of close to 9 million cubic meters, Géosel’s underground liquid hydrocarbon storage facility is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. It represents about 20% of France’s total hydrocarbon storage capacity and is primarily used to store around 40% of the country’s strategic reserves.
Total owns a 53.4% interest in the company, alongside Basell Polyolefines France (26.7%) and Petroineos Manufacturing France (19.9%).

Infrastructure
Investment date : 29/05/2015
Country : Spain
Sector : Transport
Website : http://www.tunelsbarcelonacadi.cat/

Tunels Barcelona Cadi comprises two assets under a sole concession agreement with the Catalonian Regional Government until 2037:
- Tunel de Vallvidrera and access roads (11.5km) opened in 1991. This is a key commuter route linking Barcelona city to San Cugat and the Vallés Occidental region.
- Tunel del Cadi and access roads (28.5km) opened in 1984. This is the main connection point linking Barcelona and holiday/skiing destinations in the Pyrenees.

Infrastructure
Investment date : 06/02/2015
Country : Italy
Sector : Transport

2i Aeroporti is the holding company of F2i First Fund which owns 35.7% of SEA S.p.A. (Milan Malpensa and Linate Airports), 70% of GESAC S.p.A. (Naples Airport) and 54.5% of SAGAT S.p.A. (Turin Airport). These companies individually hold indirect stakes in SACBO S.p.A. (Bergamo Airport) and SAB S.p.A. (Bologna Airport). Secondo Fondo F2i, F2i’s second fund, also holds a 8.6% stake in SEA S.p.A.

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