DTEK Energy has announced a tentative agreement with bond and bank debt holders to restructure much of its $2 billion bond and bank debt

DTEK Energy has announced a tentative agreement with bond and bank debt holders to restructure much of its $2 billion bond and bank debt. After 10 months of negotiations, the deal’s center piece is exchanging guarantees from DTEK Oil & Gas Receivables for $425 million of new DTEK Oil & Gas notes. Listed on the Irish Stock Exchange, these bonds would pay 6.75% cash interest semiannually and mature Dec. 31, 2026. As part of the deal, DTEK Energy will appoint an independent supervisory board member, from a list of three candidates offered by creditors, who will have a veto right on M&A and excess capital expenditures.

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