International Petroleum Corp. provides update of Canadian acquisition, Malaysia operations


VANCOUVER -- International Petroleum Corp. has provided corporate updates on the previously announced acquisition in Canada and on activities in Malaysia.


In September 2017, IPC announced the proposed transformational acquisition to acquire the Suffield and Alderson oil and gas assets in Alberta, Canada, from Cenovus Energy Inc.  IPC is now in the final stages of preparing for completion of the transaction, with all approvals received and completion expected to occur on Jan. 5, 2018.

In connection with the completion, IPC is finalizing the previously described acquisition financing, with the increase of IPC's existing reserve-based lending facility of $100 million to $200 million and with new acquisition credit facilities to be reduced from the previously announced CAD 325 million to CAD 310 million given IPC's latest forecast cash flow generation.


IPC is pleased to announce that drilling of the first of two planned infill wells has commenced on the Bertam field, offshore Malaysia.  These two wells are targeting gross best estimate contingent resources of 2.3 MMboe. This two well campaign is expected to be completed in February 2018.
IPC, through its wholly-owned subsidiary IPC Malaysia BV, is the operator of the Bertam field with a 75% working interest. Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd holds the remaining 25%.
IPC is also pleased to report that a further extension has been granted for the Malaysian flagging of the Bertam FPSO until March 2018, as discussions progress to conclude a permanent solution.

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