Excelerate Energy and Excelerate Energy Limited Partnership entered into a senior secured revolving credit facility. JPMorgan Chase Bank is acting as administrative agent for the facility.
MUFG Union Bank, BMO Harris Bank, Wells Fargo, BOK Financial, First Horizon Bank, Arvest Bank and Commerce Bank increased America’s Car-Mart’s existing line of credit to from $241 million to $326 million. MUFG joined the group as a new lender.
Unit Corporation emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. As part of the company’s plan of reorganization, Unit converted its existing credit facility agented by BOKF into a $140 million reserve-based lending revolving loan and $40 million term loan.
Goodnight Midstream expanded its revolving credit facility to $420 million from $320 million. ABN AMRO Capital USA and Wells Fargo served as joint lead arrangers on the transaction.
Main Street Capital expanded the total commitments under its revolving credit facility from $655 million to $680 million. BB&T served as administrative agent for the 17-bank lender group.
Superior Pipeline entered into a credit agreement with BOKF, formerly Bank of Oklahoma, as administrative agent for a five-year, $200 million senior secured revolving credit facility.
Main Street Capital expanded the total commitments under its credit facility from $560 million to $585 million. BB&T served as administrative agent for the banking syndicate.
Comfort Systems USA has amended its existing debt facility to increase the commitment amount to $325 million and extend the term. Wells Fargo served as administrative agent for the facility.
Mid-Con Energy Partners received commitments from its lending group to change the borrowing base under its $250 million credit facility from $220 million to $190 million. Wells Fargo served as administrative agent.
Mid-Con Energy Partners announced it received lender commitments to increase its borrowing base to $170 million under the company’s existing revolver. RBC acted as administrative agent, and BOKF, Comerica, Wells Fargo and Bank of Nova Scotia were participant lenders.