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Alexander Energy picks up Saskatchewan assets with the all-share acquisition of Renegade Petroleum for US$450 million

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19 February 2014

Alexander Energy picks up Saskatchewan assets with the all-share acquisition of Renegade Petroleum for US$450 million

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On 11 February, Alexander Energy and Renegade Petroleum announced they had entered into an amalgamation agreement, whereby Alexander would acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Renegade. The acquisition includes approximately 5,200 boe/d (97% liquids) of production, 150,571 net undeveloped acres, and Cdn$548 million in tax pools. The total transaction price is approximately Cdn$459 million (including Cdn$168 million in net debt), representing a 53% premium to Renegade's ...

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