[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1478168919136{margin-bottom: 10px !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-12 vc_col-md-12″][vc_single_image image=”1674″ img_size=”700×400″ alignment=”center” css=”.vc_custom_1479748526122{margin-bottom: 45px !important;}”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1476806617973{margin-bottom: 25px !important;}”]Our team has over 50 years of combined experience in advising both private and public entities on financing major capital oil and gas investment projects.

Mexican Energy Reform- After close to 80-years of a protected energy industry, Mexico’s energy sector is experiencing its largest and most radical transformation in its history offering opportunities throughout the whole spectrum of the industry for the private sector.

Our firm’s principals have structured a wide variety of structured-debt deals for some of the largest oil and gas companies in Latin America and US:

Canacol Energy (2015) – Arranged a new $200 million senior secured amortizing term loan facility for Canadian public company Canacol Energy. The credit facility was syndicated among 7 local and international banks. All producing properties of the company are located in Colombia and Ecuador.

Petrolatina Energy (2015) – Arranged a new $250 million bilateral revolving credit facility with an initial availability of $80 million for Petrolatina Energy, a UK company with assets in Colombia. Also hedged a significant portion of the company’s oil production.

Central Resources (2014) – Arranged a new $200 million bilateral revolving credit facility with a $65 million borrowing base for Denver-based company Central Resources.  Also hedged 75% of the company’s production for two years. The company has producing properties in Argentina, Brazil and is currently entering the Mexican market.

Gran Tierra Energy (2013) – Arranged a new $300 million revolving credit facility with an initial $150 million availability for Gran Tierra Energy, a public US company with assets in Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil. Syndicated the deal with 4 banks including Scotia Bank, Socgen, HSBC and EDC.  Also arranged FX swaps to cover the company’s Peso/US dollar exposure.

Petrohawk Energy Corporation (2012) – Arranged a $2.5 billion syndicated facility for public US company Petrohawk Energy Corporation. The facility was syndicated among 25 banks and included a borrowing base oil and gas component and a midstream component.  Also managed the company’s commodity and interest rate hedging programs.  In addition, arranged several of the company’s high yield issuances from 2008 until the company was ultimately sold to BHP Billiton in 2013

Pacific Rubiales (2012) – Arranged a $250 million reserve-based lending facility for Canadian company Pacific Rubiales.  The company being the largest private producer in the region with an average production of 150,000 Bbls/d. Also implemented a comprehensive hedging program for its oil production.

Beusa Oil and Gas (2011) – Arranged a $250 million revolving credit facility for Beusa Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bridas group, ultimately owned by BP and the Bulgheroni family from Argentina. Alejandro Bulgheroni, Chairman of the Board is also President of PanAmerican Energy, one of the largest oil and gas companies in Argentina.

Monclova Pirineos Gas (2011)- Structured a $120 milllion line of credit and $20 million Sale and Lease back program to finance MPG’s projects portfolio in Mexico

Lewis Energy Colombia (2010) – Arranged a new $100 million bilateral revolving credit facility with a $20 million borrowing base for Lewis Energy Colombia, the Colombian subsidiary of the Lewis Energy Group based in San Antonio Texas.

C&C Energy (2009) – Arranged a new $200 million syndicated revolving credit facility for public Canadian company C&C Energia.

Petroleos Mexicanos (2006) – Structured and syndicated along with 3 other banks, a large $2.5 billion corporate credit revolving facility for Petroleos Mexicanos.  The facility was a senior unsecured facility which became a landmark transaction for Pemex due to its size. Also arranged Pemex’s first euro denominated bond issuance for EUR 250 million.

Goimar (2004) – $4 million monetization program to support Goimar’s operations in Mexico

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