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Origin has a strong focus on natural resources and energy sectors.

Origin’s experience includes advising on the following:

Sector experience: Energy & resources

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Takeover defence against the unsolicited scrip Takeover bid from Tap Oil


Securing over 30Mt of annual capacity commitments from emerging mines in the Bowen & Galilee Basins for its greenfield Dudgeon Point Coal Terminal


Securing a cornerstone investor for its IPO


Institutional equity raising


A$100m in corporate debt facilities for this mining services company


A$200m project-based refinancing for Australian and New Zealand oil & gas projects

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Takeover defence in respect of a Scheme of Arrangement proposed by Macquarie Group


A$2,000m of US Bonds, Debt and ECA funding for the development of Mine, Rail & Oakajee Port facilities

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Strategic review of coal, coal seam gas & salt assets and subsequent divestments


A$2,700m US Bonds/Debt facilities for the development of the Cloud Break Mine, Rail & Port facilities

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Structuring farm out, joint venture & gas sales agreement with AGL

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Merger with Eastern Corporation


Securing strategic partner for the development of the A$2.700m Hope Downs Iron Project


Sale of an Australian subsidiary holding the Pittong kaolin mine and processing plant in Victoria to Suvo Strategic Minerals


Institutional equity raising

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A$200m 5-year corporate facility for development capex


NZ$160m debt funding of its Kupe gas and condensate development in New Zealand’s Taranaki Basin including a NZ$12.5m equity bridging facility


Assessing prospects of debt funding and securing term sheets from banks to support equity discussions to fund Nemex’s iron ore project in Africa


Delivery of capital management and medium-term funding plans to balance the integration of a series of acquisitions with organic and strategic growth plans

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Advisory services to NCIG in respect of the veracity and deliverability of the A$3,500m financing plan for the Stage 3 expansion of the NCIG coal terminal facilities in Newcastle


Fund raising strategies and the structuring of a financial package to develop assets in the Philippines including convertible notes and project finance facilities


A$300m restoration works and 11.5 Mtpa, capacity upgrade for the Port Kembla Coal Terminal

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PNG Sustainable Development on acquisition and development of power generation, transmission & distribution assets in Papua New Guinea

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US$120m Debt/ECA facilities for the Phu Kham Copper-Gold in Laos

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US$31m senior debt facility for New Zealand Oil Field Project

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Advice on the impact on infrastructure funding for its coal network regulatory undertakings as a result of Queensland Competition Authority review


Funding arrangements for the acquisition of certain oil & gas assets and financial strategy and structuring for a package of development assets in Mauritania, China and Australia

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Advice on the value of coal seam gas properties & evaluation of alternative takeover offers by Bow Energy and QGC


Arranged a A$400m project financing for both Springvale JV partners Samsung and Clutha developing a long wall mining operation at Wallerawang NSW


US$ 250m refinancing of facility under default under improved terms and funding for further expansion

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A$32m friendly takeover offer by Mawarid Mining. Control passed at a premium of 181% from the last pre-bid price

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A$20m acquisition of a 42.5% interest in Sandpiper Phosphate Project from Minemakers


Preliminary financial structuring and review of options for its Northern Territory Ammaroo Iron phosphate project


A$500m refinancing of corporate facilities for WestRail


Structuring and costing of a US$700m IPP solution to support the feasibility of the Frieda River copper mine in PNG

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