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Bowes previously served on the Executive Council of the Women in Public Finance’s Texas Chapter and as chapter president in 2017.
At closing, existing Bristow shareholders will own 77 percent of the equity of the combined company, which will be named Bristow, and Era shareholders will own 23 percent. Bristow is a Houston-based provider of offshore oil and gas transportation, search and rescue, and aircraft support services to government and civil organizations. Era is a Houston-based helicopter operator, serving as a helicopter transport operator in the United States and providing helicopters and related services in other countries.
The restructuring transaction will be financed by a debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing facility of $2.81 billion. The company also has secured committed exit financing of over $2.4 billion in letter of credit facility capacity and will emerge from Chapter 11 with approximately $500 million in funded debt.
As we celebrate the sixth anniversary of our all-energy London team, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our Bracewell clients and friends with whom we have worked during 2019.
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