Trinidad Drilling Ltd. ("Trinidad") (TSX:TDG) and CanElson Drilling Inc. ("CanElson") (TSX:CDI) are pleased to announce that they have closed their previously announced strategic business combination (the "Transaction").
CALGARY - CanElson Drilling Inc. said Monday it will reduce its quarterly dividend by 50%, defer the completion of three new drilling rigs, and reduce its capital budget by 80% as a result of low crude oil and natural gas prices.
In January, CanElson Drilling Inc. got a new partner. As it rang in 2013, the Calgary-based energy services company announced that it had reached an agreement with File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council's business arm - FHQTC Developments LP.
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Nov. 4, 2014) - CanElson Drilling Inc. (TSX:CDI) announced today that it has signed five drilling rigs to long-term contracts, including three previously disclosed and under construction, as well as two new builds.
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On June 11, Trinidad Drilling Ltd. and CanElson Drilling Inc. announced an combination worth $505 million. However, while the value of the deal is over half a billion dollars, just a small fraction of that will be paid in cash.
Trinidad has proposed the $505-million takeover of Calgary rival CanElson Drilling Inc., expected to close by Monday. On Friday, CanElson reported a second-quarter net loss of $1.7 million on revenue of $35 million compared with a profit of $5.5 ...