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Höegh LNG announced today they have received an upsized agreement with a number of banks to finance the final two FSRUs under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries.
In January, the company received commitment letters for a USD $400 million Senior Secured Credit Facility, however that has now been increased to USD $412 million.
In their press release today, Hoegh notes:
“The Facility is available for pre-and post-delivery financing, has a five year post-delivery tenor and a fifteen years repayment profile. Banks participating in the financing are ABN Amro, Citibank, Crédit Agricole, Danske Bank, DNB, Nordea, and Swedbank. Eksportkreditt is providing fixed rate funding (CIRR) for 20% of the Facility amount. The interest rate will be swapped from floating to fixed.”
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