Société Générale acted as administrative agent on a $1.25 billion amended and restated revolving credit agreement for Cheniere Energy, a Houston-based energy company primarily engaged in LNG-related businesses.
FS Energy and Power Fund raised more than $1 billion in debt financing, including $500 million in 7.5% senior secured notes, a $195 million term loan and a $390 million revolving credit facility.
Societe General served as administrative agent for a new four-year $750 million revolving credit facility for Cheniere Energy, which was provided by a syndicate of nine banks.
Yuma Energy and privately held Davis Petroleum Acquisition completed their merger on October 26, 2016 . Société Générale served as administrative agent for a $75 million credit facility to support the transaction.
Tenaska Marketing Ventures announced it completed renewal of a revolver that provides the company with up to $1.5 billion of borrowing capacity. BNP Paribas Securities, others acted as lead arrangers for the facility.