The IPO will “support us in continuing to deliver growth and cement our position as the leader in the jack-up drilling market in Saudi Arabia and globally”, said chairman Ayman Abbas.
Phase 2 will cost $1.16 billion over the next three years, with the company aiming to reach commercial operations by 2026.
The offer runs until March 1. It covers around 4% of the shares in the company. It will raise $1.9 to 2 billion. The price values Adnoc Gas at $47 to 50.8bn.
Gas, he said, would be “a critical fuel in the energy transition and Adnoc Gas, through its world-scale operations and significant growth and expansion plans, will be well-positioned to meet both local and international gas demand”.
Indonesia plans to launch initial public offerings (IPOs) for the upstream and geothermal units of state-backed energy company Pertamina next year to fund expansion, a senior government official told parliament on Wednesday.
Adnoc has brought forwards its plans to reach 5 million barrels per day of production, while boosting reserves and setting out plans for an IPO of a new gas unit.
A top boss at Ithaca Energy (LON: ITH) hopes the company's initial public offering (IPO) in London will mark a “turning point” for investment in the North Sea.
As Ithaca Energy looks to make an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in London, we take a look at some of the other North Sea operators that have launched stocks recently.
Ithaca Energy, one of the North Sea's largest producers, could command a market valuation of up to £3.1 billion when it trades publicly next week.
Arabian Drilling Co., a Saudi Arabian oilfield-services company partly owned by Schlumberger NV, took only hours to garner enough investor orders to fully cover an initial public offering that could raise as much as 2.67 billion riyals ($710 million).
Indonesia-focused oil and gas company Conrad Asia Energy is preparing an initial public offering (IPO) on the Australia Stock Exchange to raise some A$45 million (US$30.3 million) as it seeks to develop its Indonesia upstream business.
Investment group EIG is buying a 25% stake in Repsol’s upstream unit for $4.8 billion, with an eye on a potential US IPO in 2026.
Eni has announced its intention to launch an initial public offering (IPO) for its renewable energy development division Plenitude.
The energy transition is coming but conventional work remains at the heart of the energy industry – and will continue to play a major role in Kent’s plans.
Ithaca Energy will make its IPO in London “as soon as possible” this year, according to parent firm Delek Group.
Adnoc and Borealis have set out plans to hold an IPO for Borouge on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange.
Eni has picked six more banks to work on the initial public offering (IPO) of its retail and renewables unit Plenitude, which could be valued at about 10 billion euros ($11.3 billion), according to people familiar with the matter.
Ashtead Technology has reached a market valuation of nearly £130million from its initial public offering (IPO).
Olivier Mussat has joined President Energy subsidiary Atome Energy from the International Finance Corp. (IFC) in preparation for an IPO later this year.
Eni will sell a minority stake of its Gas&Power retail and renewable businesses in an initial public offering.
ADNOC (Abu Dhabi National Oil Company) has announced that it has raised more than $1.1billion through the IPO of its subsidiary ADNOC Drilling, which was vastly oversubscribed.
Sonangol intends to go ahead with an IPO in the coming years, although the company did report a $3 billion net loss for 2020.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) reported a profit for 2020, but there are challenges ahead.
Helmerich & Payne (H&P) will buy into Adnoc Drilling’s upcoming IPO, with the Abu Dhabi company buying eight land rigs from the US company.
Nigeria’s state oil company is considering an initial share sale after posting the first profit in its 44-year existence.