Kristopher Noonan

Kris R. Noonan Partner

Representative Work
  • ILTA Grain Inc. throughout its CCAA proceedings, including in various transactions to complete the sale of ILTA’s remaining Saskatchewan assets to Viterra, ETG Commodities and DG Global.
  • Evonik Industries AG, as Canadian counsel, in its US$625M acquisition of PeroxyChem from One Equity Partners.
  • Centerra Gold Inc. in its US$310M acquisition of AuRico Metals Inc.
  • Messer Group and CVC Capital Partners, as counsel, in the US$3.3B acquisition by its joint venture, MG Industries, of the majority of Linde AG’s gas business assets in North America and certain business activities in South America.
  • Arbor, as Canadian counsel, in the sale of RBF Pita Bread Factory Ltd. as part of the sale of their Rise Baking platform to Olympus Partners.
  • GTY Technology Holdings Inc., a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, in its US$108M acquisition of Bonfire Interactive Ltd.
  • Newfield Exploration Co., as Canadian counsel, in its C$5.5B acquisition by Encana Corp.
  • TriWest Capital Partners in the approximately C$123M sale of Landmark Cinemas LP to Kinepolis Group NV.
  • Jinchang Energy Ltd. in its acquisition of Insignia Energy Ltd. for an undisclosed sum to consolidate assets in the Dixonville and Valhalla areas of Alberta.
  • Sterling Resources Ltd. in its reverse take-over of PetroTal Ltd. on the TSX-V and concurrent acquisition of certain Peruvian oil and gas assets of Gran Tierra Energy Inc.
  • Macquarie Group, as Canadian counsel, in the acquisition of Cargill Inc.’s North America power and gas business.
  • EV Private Equity in its investment in Evolution Engineering Inc.
  • Nabors Industries Ltd., as Canadian counsel, in its acquisition of Tesco Corporation.
  • Strathallen Capital Corp. in its C$702.9M acquisition of a portfolio of 44 properties from OneREIT, and concurrent sale by Strathallen of six of the acquired properties to Alberta Investment Management Corporation.
  • Centrica plc in the C$722M acquisition of its Canadian oil and gas exploration and production business by Canlin Energy Corporation, a consortium of two Hong Kong-based companies, MIE Holdings Corp. and Can-China Global Resource Fund, and Geneva-based Mercuria Energy Group.
  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd. in its acquisition of a minority interest in Steelhead LNG Limited Partnership, which is proposing two LNG export facilities on Vancouver Island, and related joint venture arrangements.
  • 1981064 Alberta Ltd., an entity related to One Stone Energy Partners, L.P., in a going private transaction of Yoho Resources Inc. with an implied transaction value of approximately C$31.5M, by way of plan of arrangement.
  • National Oilwell Varco, Inc. in its C$53.5M acquisition of the global completion tools business of Trican Well Service Ltd.
  • Hokuetsu Kishu Paper Co., Ltd., as Canadian counsel, in its C$75M acquisition of Alpac Forest Products Incorporated and Alpac Pulp Sales Inc. from Mitsubishi Corporation and Oji Holdings Corporation.
  • Altura Energy Inc. (formerly Northern Spirit Resources Inc.) in connection with its reorganization and investment agreement for (i) a non-brokered private placement for proceeds of approximate $25M (ii) the appointment of a new management team and (iii) a rights offering to current holders of common shares.
  • Canexus Corporation in its planned acquisition by Superior Plus Corp. pursuant to a plan of arrangement providing for the issuance of 0.153 Superior shares for each Canexus share, implying a total equity value of C$316M and enterprise value of C$932M.
  • Legacy Oil + Gas Inc. in its C$1.5B sale to Crescent Point Energy Corp.
  • Riverstone Investment Group and Niska Gas Storage Partners, as Canadian counsel, in the purchase of all of Niska’s outstanding common units by Brookfield Infrastructure and its institutional partners, as part of a transaction valued at approximately US$912M including the assumption of debt.
  • Canexus Corporation in its C$75M (plus adjustments) sale to Cenovus Energy Inc. of its North American Terminal Operations in Bruderheim, Alberta.
  • Centrica plc and Qatar Petroleum International in their C$1B joint acquisition of a vast majority of Suncor Energy Inc.'s remaining conventional natural gas and crude oil assets and associated infrastructure located in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
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