A subsidiary of Suncor Energy, together with co-purchasers Husky Atlantic Partnership (a subsidiary of Cenovus Energy Inc.) and Murphy Oil Company Ltd., in the restructuring of project ownership for the offshore Terra Nova Project in Newfoundland through the acquisition of additional project interests from exiting owners for an undisclosed purchase price.
SECURE Energy Services Inc., in its $140-million private placement of senior unsecured notes due 2026.
MEG Energy Corp., in its private placement of US$600-million aggregate principal amount of 5.875% senior unsecured notes due 2029.
SECURE Energy Services Inc., in its $2-billion acquisition of Tervita Corporation.
SECURE Energy Services Inc., in its $200-million private placement of senior unsecured notes due 2026.
OPTrust, in connection with the formation and limited recourse financing of a partnership with six Alberta First Nations which in turn participated in the equity syndication and project financing of the $1.5-billion Cascade Power Project to be developed near Edson, Alberta and operated by Calgary based developer Kineticor. This equity investment marks the first transaction supported by the Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation (AIOC), who provided a loan guarantee supporting the credit and financing arrangements between ATB, OPTrust, Kineticor and the First Nations consortium which ultimately facilitated the equity participation by Indigenous communities in the Cascade project.
MEG Energy Corp., in its private placement of US$1.2-billion aggregate principal amount of 7.1250% senior unsecured notes due 2027 in the United States and Canada.
Canadian Utilities Limited, an ATCO company, in the sale of its entire Canadian fossil fuel-based electricity generation portfolio for approximately $835 million, which was completed in three stages, through the sale of its interest in the Cory project in Saskatchewan to SaskPower International Inc., a sale of its interest in the Brighton Beach project in Ontario to Ontario Power Generation Inc., and a sale of the balance of the applicable generation assets through a sale of its equity interest in ATCO Power Canada Ltd. to Heartland Generation Ltd., an affiliate of Energy Capital Partners.
Parkland Fuel Corporation, in its US$500million cross-border offering of senior notes.
China Construction Bank Corporation, as mandated lead arranger, in the US$870-million credit facilities to finance, in part, the CAD$1.86-billion friendly takeover bid by Zijin Mining Group Co. of Nevsun Resources Ltd.
The acquisition by International Petroleum Corporation of BlackPearl Resources Inc. (with an estimated enterprise value of approximately $675 million) by way of a share exchange pursuant to a plan of arrangement under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
Parkland Fuel Corporation, in its $300-million note offering.
ATCO Ltd., completes private placement of $200M fixed-to-floating subordinated notes.
MEG Energy Corp., in its US$750-million private placement of senior secured second lien notes.
ATCO Electric Ltd., as part of the successful proponent team on behalf of the Alberta Powerline consortium, in the Fort McMurray West 500 kV Transmission Project, a design, build, own, operate and finance project valued at $1.43 billion.
MEG Energy Corp., in its comprehensive refinancing transactions following four transactions: (i) An extension of the maturity date on substantially all of the commitments under the Company's covenant-lite revolving credit facility, were extended two years to November 5, 2021 and the commitment amount of the facility was reduced to US$1.4 billion; (ii) US$1.2 billion term loan will be refinanced to extend its maturity ; (iii) existing US$750 million of unsecured notes due 2021 were refinanced and extended with new second lien indebtedness; and (iv) raising $357 million of equity in the form of subscription receipts on a bought deal basis from a syndicate of underwriters.
Penn West Petroleum Ltd., in the substantial amendments and other modifications to Penn West's C$2.1 billion of outstanding senior secured notes and C$1.7 billion syndicated bank facility.
Secure Energy Services Inc., in acquiring Ceiba Energy Services Inc.
Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, in the sale of its US fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to Liberty Oilfield Services Holdings LLC.
Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, in the sale of its Canadian fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to STEP Energy Services Ltd. and 1961531 Alberta Ltd.
Stantec Inc., in its $1.25-billion credit facilities to finance, in part, the successful acquisition of MWH Global, Inc. for approximately US$793 million.
ATCO Ltd., in the negotiation, structuring and other commercial matters relating to ATCO entering into a strategic alliance with Wipro including 10-year master service agreements governing the provision of IT services by Wipro to the ATCO Group of Companies valued at approximately $1.2 billion.
ATCO Ltd., in the disposition of ATCO I-Tek Inc. and ATCO's Australian IT operations to affiliates of Wipro Ltd. for aggregate sale proceeds of approximately $210 million.
JAPEX Montney Ltd., a Canadian subsidiary of Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd., in the acquisition, from Canadian subsidiaries of PETRONAS, the Malaysian national oil company, of an undivided 10% interest in upstream natural gas assets located in the North Montney area of NE BC and the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG export facility to be built near Prince Rupert, BC.
Pengrowth Corporation, administrator of Pengrowth Energy Trust, in the completion of a US$265-million and a C$15-million offering of notes issued on a private placement basis in Canada and the United States.
Oil and gas income trust, in a $390-million credit facility.
Oil and gas income trust, in a $1.2-billion credit facility.
Pengrowth Energy Trust, in a private placement of US$400-million unsecured notes.
Pengrowth Energy Trust, in a private placement of US$254-million and CDN$15-million unsecured notes.
ATCO Group, in the sale of its retail energy business to Direct Energy Marketing Limited for approximately $100 million.
Air Canada, in a wide range of financial transactions, including its restructuring under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Brighton Beach Power L.P., a limited partnership formed by ATCO Power and Ontario Power Generation, in the development and the private bond and term debt financing project for the 580-MW, $400-million Brighton Beach Combined Cycle Power Project, the largest merchant power project financing in Canada to date.
Cory Cogeneration, ATCO Power and SaskPower Corporation, in project financing to pay a portion of the costs associated with the development, construction and commissioning of the Cory Co-generation project, a 228-MW natural gas-fired cogeneration power plant.
MILIT-AIR Inc., in a $700-million private placement of debt securities in Canada and the United States of America to finance the acquisition of the assets of the NATO Flying Training Program.
Duke Energy, in the partnership agreement, operating agreements, transportation services agreements and EPC contract, and the project financing (bond/bank) in relation to the Canadian portion of the 1,059-km Maritimes & Northeast System.
ATCO Power, in the project financing of the Athabasca Oil Sands Cogeneration Projects (150 MW and 170 MW; $274 million).
ATCO Power, in the project financing of seven independent power projects.
ATCO Power, EPCOR and NOVA Chemicals, (416 MW; $270 million) combined bank/bond financing of the Joffre Cogeneration Project (the first project financing of a merchant power plant in Canada).
$100-million lease financing of cogeneration assets for Suncor Energy Inc., in the Suncor Oil Sands Facility.
TriWest Capital Partners, in financing its investment in RTL Robinson Enterprises.
TriWest Capital Partners, in financing its investment in Royal Camp.
RTL-Robinson Enterprises, in financing its investment in Westcan Bulk Transport.
Vanguard Plastics Ltd., in financing its investment in the Primex Group.
Fun Sun Vacations, in financing its merger with V.I.T. Voyages Intair Transit Inc., to create Canada's leading FIT tour operator and air consolidator.
TriWest Capital Partners, in financing its investment in Con-Force.
Shell Canada, in Terasen Pipelines (Corridor) Inc.'s $525-million refinancing of the Corridor Pipeline System.
Pure Technologies Limited, in a $5.28-million securities offering.
TriWest Capital Partnership, in the formation and funding of TriWest Capital Growth Fund LP I.
TriWest Capital Partnership, in the formation and funding of TriWest Capital Growth Fund LP II.
Ferus Gas Industries Inc., in the financing documents required for its reorganization.