A collection of governments funded the International Space Station (ISS). Estimates set the cost at $150B USD to $200B USD. Lunar infrastructure may be similar. But the lunar gravity poses benefits and detriments. Equally decades have passed since the commencement of the ISS. A rough order of magnitude estimate for the cost for the lunar infrastructure today is $500B USD.
See the following table to compare this amount to other infrastructure projects. It’s a bit larger.
|OneWeb||$1.2B||SoftBank Group Corp., Qualcomm, Grupo Salinas, Airbus, Bharti, Coca-Cola, Hughes, Intelsat, MDA, Virgin|
|North West Shelf Venture||$25B||Woodside Petroleum; BHP Billiton; BP plc; Chevron Corporation; Royal Dutch Shell plc, Japan Australia LNG (MIMI) Pty Ltd., North West Shelf Gas Pty Ltd|
|Ichthys||$34B||Inpex in partnership with Total, Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric Power, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric Power and CPC|
|Millau Viaduct||€ 394M||Eiffage Group, European Investment Bank (€50M loan)||PPP|
See the following table to consider sources.
|Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan||$ 180B|
|Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (state owned)||$ 3.62T|
|European Investment Bank||€ 2.8B|
|The Giving Pledge||$ 365B|
So we need to talk with the money lenders. When? Where?
- World Economic Forum, Davos
- G7, La Malbaie for 2018
- Fortune Global Forum
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