Euronav $300 Million Facility Extension

MaritimeProfessional.com
Monday, June 24, 2013

The executive committee of Euronav NV announced that it has signed a four-year extension on its $300 million senior secured credit facility originally signed in April 2009, which at the time of the extension had an outstanding of $221 million.

The facility will continue to finance six vessels: the VLCCs Olympia (2008 – 315,981) and Antarctica (2009 – 315,981 dwt) and four Suezmaxes: the Cap Felix (2008 – 158,764 dwt), the Cap Theodora (2008 – 158,800 dwt), the Felicity (2009 - 159,000 dwt) and the Fraternity (2009 -159,000 dwt).

Some of the banks which were participating in the facility before the extension were replaced by existing or new lenders. The lending banks involved in the extension consist of Nordea Bank Norge ASA (Nordea), Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (Crédit Agricole), Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ), DNB Bank ASA and Scotiabank (Hong Kong) Limited acting as Lead Arrangers; Nordea and Crédit Agricole acting as bookrunners and Nordea as sole facility agent. ING Bank N.V., BNP Paribas SA, BNP Paribas Fortis SA/NV, Belfius Bank NV/SA, KBC Bank NV and Optima Bank acting as co-arrangers.

The facility, which has been extended until April 2018, will continue to have the same  repayment profile of $20 million per year.

www.euronav.com
 

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