Amy Nugent

Amy L. Nugent Senior Counsel

Representative Work
  • Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation in its first loan guarantee to a consortium of six Alberta First Nations to enable their participation in the C$1.5B Cascade Power Project.
  • Journey Energy in its C$7.3M flow-through private placement.
  • AltaGas Canada Inc. in connection with its C$1.7B acquisition by the Public Sector Pension Investment Board and the Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board.
  • JPMorgan, as Canadian counsel to JPMorgan and the other lenders, in the €10.1B acquisition of AkzoNobel’s Specialty Chemicals business by the Carlyle Group and GIC.

  • Citi and Credit Suisse, as initial purchasers, in the US$320M offering by Canacol Energy Ltd. of 7.25% senior unsecured notes.
  • INNOVA Global Ltd. in its US$43M acquisition of Braden from Global Power Equipment Group, including entities in the U.S. and the Netherlands.
  • Source Energy Services Canada LP and Source Energy Services Canada Holdings Ltd. in their high yield debt offering consisting of a private placement of C$130M aggregate principal amount of 10.5% senior secured first lien notes due 2021.
  • AltaGas Ltd. in its C$8.4B cross-border acquisition of WGL Holdings, Inc., including related financing, consisting of a US$4.95B bridge facility, a C$2.1B bought deal public offering of subscription receipts and a concurrent C$400M private placement of subscription receipts to OMERS.
  • Canexus Corporation in its C$900M acquisition by Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund.
  • Heemskirk Canada in connection with a project financing relating to the construction of an expansion to a frac sand mine in British Columbia.
  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd. in a secured credit facility provided by a syndicate of financial institutions and having a credit capacity of C$1.1B.
  • Sterling Resources Ltd. in a series of recapitalization transactions consisting of a rights offering, debt-to-equity conversion, subsequent refinancing of its wholly-owned subsidiary’s senior secured bond and entrance into a super senior credit facility.
  • A syndicate of lenders, led by The Bank of Nova Scotia, in connection with Pembina Pipeline Corporation’s C$2B syndicated credit facility, expandable to C$2.75B.
  • TriWest Capital Partners in the $172M sale of Gardewine Group Limited Partnership to Mullen Group Ltd.
  • Aqua Terra Water Management, L.P. in connection with its acquisition of Advance Hydrocarbon Corporation for an undisclosed amount and the related acquisition financing.
  • The borrower in connection with a C$119.3B syndicated term and revolving secured credit facility used for repayment of existing indebtedness and general corporate purposes with a syndicate of lenders led by Alberta Treasury Branches.
  • Lenders, as Canadian counsel, in connection with a US$45M syndicated secured credit facility to Canacol Energy Ltd., as borrower, in connection with its acquisition of Shona Energy.
  • Shermco Industries Canada Inc. in the banking aspects of its acquisition of Magna Electric Corporation (MEC) (Saskatchewan) and its sister company Magna Electric Corporation (Manitoba).
  • BCBG Max Azria and certain of its US and Canadian subsidiaries and affiliates in a second amended and restated senior secured asset-based US$153M revolving credit facility.
  • Hudson's Bay Company in connection with a US$1.1B senior secured term loan facility provided by a syndicate of lenders in the acquisition by HBC of GALERIA Holding, the parent company of Germany's leading department store GALERIA Kaufhof and an equity investment in HBS Global Properties, which acquired GALERIA properties.
  • Hudson’s Bay Company in a global asset-based loan facility with availability of up to US$1.9B, provided by a syndicate of lenders.
  • GFL Environmental Inc. in its C$800M acquisition of TransForce Inc.’s Matrec solid waste division.
  • Focus Group Holding Inc. in the banking aspects of its $366M acquisition by WSP Global Inc.
  • Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Power Assets Holdings Limited in their C$1.7B acquisition of a 65% indirect ownership interest in select heavy oil pipeline and storage assets from Husky Energy in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and related joint venture, financing and commercial arrangements.
  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd. in its C$2B acquisition of petroleum and natural gas assets from Paramount Resources Ltd. and concurrent bought-deal public offering of subscription receipts for aggregate gross proceeds of approximately C$750M.
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