Dana mulls lengthy restructuring as $1bn sukuk maturity looms
Sharjah-based Dana Gas looks set to begin a protracted restructuring of its debt with creditors from next week, given that the oil and gas explorer and producer is still to find a solution to its looming sukuk maturity.
The $920m five-year 7.5% convertible deal, issued in 2007 before the financial crisis, is due for repayment on Wednesday, October 31. The notes have traded around a price of 70-80 in recent months, implying a strong possibility of default.
This discounted level is up from its low of
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