Pipestone Energy increased its reserve-based loan to $280 million from $225 million. The banking syndicate for the facility, which is co-led by National Bank Financial and BMO and includes ATB Financial and Canadian Western Bank, was expanded to also include the Business Development Bank of Canada.
RF Capital Group secured a $200 million revolving credit facility with a syndicate of lenders led by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. The facility includes an accordion provision that will enable the company to request increases in the total commitment.
National Bank of Canada, ATB Financial and Canadian Western Bank amended Essential Energy Services’ credit facility agreement, which provides an extension of the maturity date of the revolving secured credit facility along with revisions to certain terms and conditions.
National Bank Financial, Bank of Montreal, ATB Financial and Canadian Western Bank redetermined Pipestone Energy’s $225 million reserve-based loan. The credit facility’s capacity was maintained at $225 million.
National Bank of Canada, ATB Financial and Canadian Western Bank provided a $100 million senior secured lending facility to help fund Spartan Delta’s acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Bellatrix Exploration.
Citibank acted as sole structuring agent for Atlas, which closed its $285 million senior secured financing on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary, APR Energy.
Pipestone Energy successfully re-financed its existing credit facilities with a $225 million reserve-based loan (RBL), which provides meaningful financial flexibility going forward.
Delta 9 Cannabis amended its borrowing arrangement with Canadian Western Bank to increase its existing loan and credit facility to approximately $18.19 million.
Essential Energy Services amended and restated its revolving secured credit facility agreement with a syndicate of lenders, including National Bank of Canada, ATB Financial and Canadian Western Bank.
Just Energy Group renegotiated an agreement with a syndicate of lenders to increase its credit facility to $352.5 million. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and National Bank of Canada were joint lead arrangers.