For an enterprise valuation of Rs 140 billion, Brookfield will be buying the loss-making East West Pipeline (EWPL), which was earlier known as Reliance Gas Transportation Infrastructure. The amount will be evenly split between equity and debt. Currently, Brookfield is in negotiations with Indian lenders like ICICI Bank for financing. The Canadian investor is sponsoring the infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) India Infrastructure Trust as the acquisition vehicle to take over the 1,400 km common carrier pipeline from Kakinada on the east coast to Bharuch in Gujarat. Also, for registering the InvIT, Brookfield has also filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The pipeline, housed under EWPL, will be transferred to Pipeline Infrastructure (PIPL) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Holding (RIHPL).
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