Noreco Fixes USD 1 Billion Interest Rate Exposure Under RBL Facility Until June 2024

Norwegian Energy Company ASA has entered into a USD 1 billion swap transaction with a group of banks to fix the company's floating interest rate exposure under its Reserve Based Lending facility from 1 Nov 2021 until 30 June 2024.

July 17, 2021. By News Bureau

Norwegian Energy Company ASA  has entered into a USD 1 billion swap transaction with a group of banks to fix the company's floating interest rate exposure under its Reserve Based Lending (RBL) facility from 1 Nov 2021 until 30 June 2024.

Noreco will as a result pay interest on its RBL cash drawings equal to 0.4041 percent plus the applicable margin. This is in line with the Company's desire to minimise pre-Tyra cashflow exposure to potential future market volatility.

"Fixing our interest rate exposure is a further step taken by us to enhance pre-Tyra cashflow visibility and reduce uncertainty. Together with the Company's material hedging arrangements and recent proposed amendments to NOR14, we are continuing to optimise our capital structure in the near-term to deliver Tyra," said Euan Shirlaw, Chief Financial Officer in Noreco.

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