The consideration is comprised of US$550 million in cash and 50 million shares (valued at US$157 million) in Crescent Point Energy common stock. Subject to regulatory approvals, the transaction is expected to close in April 2021.
“Divesting these assets underpins Shell’s effort to focus the Upstream portfolio to deliver cash,” said Wael Sawan, Upstream Director at Shell. “While we believe these assets hold value, the divestment allows us to focus on our core Upstream positions like the Permian Basin, with integrated value chains, thereby building a resilient, lower-risk and less complex portfolio.”
The transaction includes the transfer of approximately 450 000 net acres in the Fox Creek (Kaybob) and Rocky Mountain House (Willesden Green) areas, along with related infrastructure, currently producing around 30 000 boe/d from more than 270 wells. Crescent Point Energy will retain the field employees and several technical and commercial roles that support the assets.
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