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New Video! Off-Take Contracts

March 19, 2024 (2 min read)

Watch this new video discussing off-take contracts used in project finance transactions. An off-take contract is a contract under which a third party (the off-taker) agrees to buy a certain amount of the product produced over an agreed upon time period by a project at an agreed price. The product is often a commodity such as oil, gas, minerals, or power.

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