Banks have confirmed that the bridge loan granted to Electrogas for the gas and power project has been fully repaid, Minister Konrad Mizzi said on Friday.
Since the loan has been repaid, the government's guarantee has now been withdrawn, the minister added.
The €360 million government guarantee was given on a €450 million bridge loan issued by four banks to Electrogas.
The European Commission had said last January that the Electrogas project did not fall foul of EU State aid rules. This paved the way for the signing of a security of supply agreement, guaranteeing that the government would buy energy from Electrogas if Enemalta were to go bust.
Earlier in December, a security of supply agreement between the government, Enemalta, and Electrogas was signed, after Electrogas secured funding for the project to the tune of €550 million.
The loan had been secretly extended before the May election. In September, concerns were raised by the Finance Minister's permanent secretary about what he termed a "serious" default.