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27 January 2020

RBL lenders worry about more than oil prices

Contributing editor
Regulation, ESG-tied debt, Oil & gas
The reserves-based loan is moving outside its heartlands in the North Sea and US, and outside its commercial bank niche. But while oil price falls led to minimal distress in the market, ESG concerns might crimp lender appetites. Proximo talks to Paul Clark of ICBC Standard and Ian Cogswell.

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North Sea M&A: Time to buy or sell? Is the heartland of the RBL facing a buyer's market for producing assets?

Udenna nears close on RBL for gas field acquisition. An RBL for an acquisition in Asia-Pacific


Paul Clark, ICBC Standard Bank

Ian Cogswell, Cogswell Consulting

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