Tamarack Valley Agrees To Acquire Clearwater Oil Producer For $184.7 Million

Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. (TSX: TVE) announced this morning the definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Clearwater oil producer Crestwynd Exploration. The acquisition price is reported to be for a total consideration of $184.7 million.

According to the agreement, the transaction cost consists of $92.6 million in cash and the issuance of 26.3 million company shares valued at $3.50 per share.

The acquisition yields to a 2022 forecast production of approximately 4,500 boe/d, expecting an operating netback of $90 million.

According to the energy firm, the move “consolidates Tamarack’s existing Southern Clearwater working interest to 95%.” Pro forma the acquisition, there are over 650 net future drilling locations expected, anticipating an average 2022 production from Clearwater of approximately 12,000 boe/d.

The company also highlighted minimal asset retirement obligation and limited freshwater requirements as a few of the environmental benefits of the acquisition.

In connection with the acquisition, lead syndicate National Bank Financial provided commitments for a separate and additional $100 million credit facility.

Tamarack Valley last traded at $3.40 on the TSX.

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