Ithaca pulls $350m high yield offering

North Sea oil and gas operator Ithaca Energy cancelled a planned $350m junk bond on Tuesday, citing "market terms and conditions", after it had earlier tightened covenants on the deal.

  • By David Bell
  • 22 May 2018

The energy firm had been looking to refinance its 2019 senior notes with a new five year non-call two senior secured bond. The new debt would have also paid down drawings on its reserves based lending facility and other indebtedness.

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