The consideration in the agreement is set at US$90 million plus VAT as required in law that will be paid in cash to the sellers on the date of registration of the right to royalties in the Oil Registry in the name of the purchaser. The consideration will be divided between the company and Delek Energy according to their percentage holdings in the right to royalties (25% to the company, 75% to Delek Energy).
Close to signing of the agreement the purchaser will deposit with a joint trustee for the parties a monetary deposit of US$14.2 million. The deposit will serve as part of the consideration that will be paid in cash to the company and Delek Energy upon completion of the transaction.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/26052020/delek-sells-rights-to-royalties-from-karish-and-tanin-fields/
You might also like
Equinor sells its Nigerian business, including its share in the Agbami oil field, to Nigerian-owned Chappal Energies.