Thu, Jan. 22, 11:54 AM
- Southern Pacific Resource (OTCPK:STPJF) is the first Canadian oil sands explorer to seek protection from creditors during the oil downturn, saying it will file a plan of arrangement, which is similar to a debt restructuring plan under the U.S.’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
- The company owes C$135M to senior bondholders, C$260M to junior bondholders and C$172M to convertible bondholders, but it says it has sufficient liquidity to last through its initial protection period in Canada, which expires Feb. 20.
- Southern Pacific has said its STP-McKay well in Alberta had been slower than it expected to ramp up and reach profitability, and as a result the company was not generating enough cash to cover interest expenses.
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Southern Pacific Resource Corp. is a publicly traded oil and gas company engaged in the development, exploration and production of in-situ oil sands and heavy oil assets in Western Canada. The Company currently produces an average of ~3,500 barrels per day of heavy oil in southern Saskatchewan... More
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