Ruby Pipeline LLC, a joint venture of El Paso Corp. and Global Infrastructure Partners, is among issuers planning to sell at least $4.78 billion of bonds in the U.S., according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Companies sold $1.45 billion of bonds yesterday, the data show. They have issued $978.1 billion of bonds this year, compared with $972.6 billion in the similar period of 2010.
Following is a description of pending sales of corporate and other bonds.
UNION NATIONAL BANK PJSC, the lender majority-owned by Abu Dhabi Investment Council, may sell 5-year notes in a benchmark offering, according to a person familiar with the transaction who declined to be identified because terms aren’t set. The
RUBY PIPELINE LLC, a joint venture owned by El Paso Corp. and Global Infrastructure Partners, plans to issue $1.075 billion of senior unsecured notes, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction. Proceeds will be used to repay the company’s project finance loan, said the person, who declined to
BANCO DE BOGOTA SA, the unit of Grupo Aval Acciones & Valores, plans to sell $1 billion of 10-year senior unsecured notes denominated in U.S. dollars, Moody’s Investors Service
TRITON CONTAINER INTERNATIONAL LTD, the world’s largest owner-lessor of marine intermodal cargo containers, plans to sell $180 million of senior notes, according to a statement distributed by Standard & Poor’s. S&P assigned a BBB issue-level
UNION BANK OF INDIA LTD., the Mumbai-based lender that went public in 2002, hired banks to help it arrange a series of credit investor meetings in Asia and Europe, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction. The bank may consider a sale of dollar bonds thereafter subject to market conditions, the person said, asking not to be identified as details are private. Bank of America Corp., Barclays Plc, Citigroup Inc., HSBC Holdings Plc, Deutsche Bank AG and Standard Chartered Plc
HEALTH MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES INC., the owner and operator of 66 for-profit hospitals, plans to sell $1 billion of senior unsecured notes, it said in a statement distributed by Business Wire. The Naples, Florida-based company is also seeking $2.7 billion in loans, according to the statement. Moody’s ranks the notes B3 and S&P grades them an equivalent B-.
(Added Nov. 3. See HMA US .)
AMERIGROUP CORP., a provider of Medicaid managed-care plans, plans to sell $450 million of bonds due in 2019, the company said in a statement distributed by PR Newswire. Goldman
RIVER ROCK ENTERTAINMENT AUTHORITY, an American Indian casino operator, plans to sell $205 million of senior notes due in 2018, it said in a statement. S&P assigned a grade of B- to
MANNKIND CORP., the biotechnology company founded by billionaire investor Alfred Mann, plans to raise $370 million by selling senior secured discount notes due 2017, the Valencia, California-based firm said in a Sept. 23 statement distributed by Business Wire. The notes may yield 12 percent with 3 percent
EMPRESA DE ENERGIA DE BOGOTA SA, Colombia’s second-biggest electricity transporter, hired Deutsche Bank AG and Banco Santander SA to sell bonds overseas, according to a person familiar with the offering. Bogota-based EEB, as the utility is
Offerings in Pipeline
MASISA SA, the Chilean forestry and wood panel company, plans to raise between $200 million and $260 million to refinance debt, according to Chief Financial Officer Eugenio
ENTERGY LOUISIANA LLC, the unit of the New Orleans-based power company, plans to sell about $206 million of bonds, according to a company statement. The offering was delayed and reauthorized after the utility violated regulations by