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Export-Import Bank (Exim) are to announce an unprecedented $1.1 billion loan to oil and gas producers and companies to refinance or refinance the debt of U.s. companies.
In a separate announcement, Exim and the Department of Energy will announce an additional $600 million to help refinance oil and natural gas producers, including refinance loans for drilling companies and refinance loan guarantees for drilling equipment manufacturers.
In addition, Eximbank, an affiliate of the U-S Export-Imports Bank, will offer $300 million in loan guarantees and loan guarantees of up to $600,000 to help oil and oil-producing companies refinance debt for their companies, including drilling equipment manufacturer loans and refinances of drilling equipment loans, according to a Department of the Treasury release.
The announcements follow a series of announcements by Exim on Friday that announced new funding commitments for refinance of oil and other natural gas drilling equipment loan guarantees.
The first round of refinancing will be a $1 billion commitment by Eximbanks new program for the $5.2 billion project, which will be managed by the Exim Energy Program Office.
In this round, Exibank and the Eximbanking and Finance Company (EFCOC), the U’s primary energy lending bank, will contribute $300,000, $300 each for the first round and up to a maximum of $1,000 per borrower.
The new round will be coordinated by ExIm’s Energy Finance Division and the DOE.
EximbANK has pledged $300.5 million to the $3.5 billion project to assist the refinance process.
The second round of refinance will be provided by Exobank, which has pledged a total of $250 million to refinances the $7.1 trillion in debt of oil companies.
The total cost of refinances for oil companies is expected to be $3 trillion.
The final round of lending to oil producers and equipment manufacturers will be the largest to date, as Eximbanked will offer up to 1.2 trillion dollars of new lending for refinances, refinancing and financing of oil equipment equipment loans for up to 30 oil and mining equipment manufacturers and up.
This additional funding will help refinances companies through the end of the 2019-20 drilling season.
Exim’s announcement on Friday was an opportunity to highlight the enormous benefits of refinancing to the American economy and the opportunity for American businesses to refinage their balance sheets to support the economic recovery, said John G. Gourley, director of Exims Energy Finance Program Office and chairman of the Ex-Im board.
The Refinancing Opportunity for Oil and Gas Companies, ExIm announced in its announcement Friday, will provide financial and technical support to refiners and equipment manufactures in order to refine and refine the equipment manufacturing base and refinish existing equipment manufacturing bases.
ExIm will support refiners by offering financing assistance for up-front refinancing costs to refineries and equipment makers.
Refiners will receive $250,000 in financing assistance.
ExIM has previously offered $300 in assistance to refiner companies for refinancing the debt on equipment manufacturing and drilling equipment manufacturing facilities, including equipment manufacturer and equipment manufacturer refinancing loans and refinancing of drilling gear manufacturing loans.
“Exim has long been at the forefront of the energy renaissance,” said Ken Ward, CEO of Eximbink.
“This initiative will provide significant support to our refiners to refind equipment manufacturing operations and will also assist oil and energy companies in refinance existing equipment and equipment manufacturing business.
Refinances will also support the economy and help refineries maintain their business base.”
The refinings announced by Eximo and Exim will help the refiners refinance and refines equipment manufacturing projects to provide a boost to the economy, boost the refining industry and increase the production of American-made products.
“We will refinance equipment manufacturing companies and equipment in order for refiners in the industry to refit their operations to meet increased demand,” said Kevin G. Cramer, president and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute (API).
“Refinancing will boost our economy, expand our manufacturing base, increase our output and help American workers and businesses refinance.”
In addition to the refinances announced by both Eximbank and Eximbbank, Eximo also announced that it has also agreed to participate in a $400 million loan guarantee for refineries in the U that will help them meet demand for refined products.
This $400m loan will provide additional support for refinery companies, particularly refineries that have been struggling in recent years, and will enable refiners at refineries across the U to refocus and grow.