Savannah raises $65m to help fund Doba/pipeline acquisition


Issue 453 - 05 Jan 2022 | 1 minute read

London AIM-listed Savannah Energy raised $65m on 30 December through a share placing with institutional and other investors. Buyers included five of the company’s six directors, led by chief executive Andrew Knott, who subscribed to £2.2m ($3m)-worth of shares. The proceeds will be used alongside debt and other financing to fund the acquisition of upstream and midstream assets in Chad and Cameroon from ExxonMobil Corporation and Petronas E&P, announced earlier in the month.

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