Indigo Natural Resources’ $650 Million Senior Notes Offering

Kirkland & Ellis advised Indigo Natural Resources, one of the largest private mineral owners in the state of Louisiana, in its previously announced private offering of $650 million of senior unsecured notes due 2026 and related business combination.

The closing of the notes offering occurred on February 6, 2018. Indigo Natural Resources was formed in connection with a business combination pursuant to which three separately operated entities (Indigo Minerals LLC, Indigo Resources LLC and Indigo Haynesville LLC) were combined under a common capital structure and became wholly-owned subsidiaries of Indigo Natural Resources. The business combination became effective concurrently with the notes offering. Kirkland also advised Indigo Natural Resources with respect to its $1.5 billion reserve based revolving credit facility.

The Kirkland team was led by capital markets partners Matt Pacey (Picture) and Justin Hoffman, and associates Sara-Ashley Moreno, Samantha Blons and Benjamin Rowe; M&A partners John Pitts and Cyril Jones, and associates David Thompson, Joshua Abbotoy, Daniel Cadis and Andrei Baru; tax partner Mark Dundon and associate Joe Tobias; and debt finance partner Mary Kogut, and associates Jordan Roberts and Angel Torres.

Involved fees earner: Matthew Pacey – Kirkland & Ellis; Justin Hoffman – Kirkland & Ellis; Sara-Ashley Moreno – Kirkland & Ellis; Samantha Blons – Kirkland & Ellis; Benjamin Rowe – Kirkland & Ellis; John Pitts – Kirkland & Ellis; Cyril Jones – Kirkland & Ellis; David Thompson – Kirkland & Ellis; Joshua Abbotoy – Kirkland & Ellis; Daniel Cadis – Kirkland & Ellis; Andrei Baru – Kirkland & Ellis; Mark Dundon – Kirkland & Ellis; Joe Tobias – Kirkland & Ellis; Mary Kogut – Kirkland & Ellis; Jordan Roberts – Kirkland & Ellis; Angel Torres – Kirkland & Ellis;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis;

Clients: Indigo Natural Resources LLC;

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Author: Ambrogio Visconti