CNOOC strikes $2.1 billion deal to buy Opti Canada

Boutique investment banks broker a deal for CNOOC to pay $2.1 billion for Opti Canada's interest in an oil sands property.

CNOOC strikes $2.1 billion deal to buy Opti Canada

CNOOC struck a $2.1 billion deal to buy Opti Canada as the Chinese oil producer seeks to add another oil sands property to its portfolio.

CNOOC, which is China's largest producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas, will pay $34 million to the equity shareholders of Opti, $1.18 billion to holders of notes and assume around $825 million of Opti’s debt. Opti filed for bankruptcy earlier this month so creditors are effectively calling...

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