Freestone Resources and Dynamis Energy Sign Merger Agreement
Published: November 9, 2017 |
Freestone Resources and Dynamis Energy have signed a merger agreement under which Freestone and Dynamis will combine their businesses in an all-stock deal.
Upon completion of the transaction, Dynamis shareholders are expected to own 75 percent of the new combined entity (not including its existing shares) and Freestone current shareholders will own 25 percent, based on an implied value of $0.195 per share for Freestone’s stock. The combined entity will have offices in Idaho and Texas, and a joint management team to be announced. The transaction is expected to be non-taxable to Freestone’s and Dynamis’ shareholders.
“We believe that this merger is in the best interest of our company and its shareholders and creates an exceptional opportunity for growth and expansion for our oil & gas technology products and other markets. Dynamis’ mission and objective complements ours in that we are both committed to making beneficial use of products and energy developed from waste products,” said Michael McGhan, CEO of Freestone Resources.
“We are pleased to announce the proposed transaction with Freestone Resources. We believe that this merger will create a great opportunity for our company to enlarge its portfolio of green technology offerings. Having worked closely with Freestone through our existing joint venture, we believe the combination of the two companies should enhance our ability to develop and expand our product offerings into new markets,” said Kevin McNulty, CEO of Dynamis.
Dynamis previously teamed with Freestone to further develop the production and marketing of Petrozene and related products. Freestone is the developer of its proprietary Petrozene technology. This product has displayed unparalleled results in solving several key oilfield and refinery problems. Petrozene is designed to prevent and eliminate the build up of paraffins and asphaltenes from crude oil products, as well as improving the viscosity of such crude. Paraffin and asphaltene buildup is an industry-wide, multi-billion dollar problem that occurs when paraffin crystals within the oil base combine into a waxy buildup. Petrozene has been shown to be effective in tank bottom cleanup, clean up of rail cars and tanker trucks while in operation, as well as for use downhole in the improvement of yields of operating oil wells.
It should be noted that the closing of the merger is subject to numerous conditions and there can be no assurance that these conditions will be met or that the merger will close.
Source: Energy Business Review
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