MERCURIA SUCCESSFULLY CLOSES OVERSUBSCRIBED REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY OF US$ 720,000,000 IN FINANCING FOR ITS ASIAN BUSINESS

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Singapore: Mercuria Energy Group Ltd. (“Mercuria” or the “Group”), the global energy and commodities group is pleased to announce the successful signing of credit facilities in the amount of US$ 720 million (the “Facilities”) that was joined by a group of 22 banks.

The Facilities were arranged by Bank of China Limited, Singapore Branch, Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A. Singapore Branch, DBS Bank Ltd., Emirates NBD Capital Limited, Emirates NBD Bank (P.J.S.C), Singapore Branch, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited, London Branch, ING Bank N.V. Singapore Branch, Mizuho Bank, Ltd., MUFG Bank, Ltd., Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited, Société Générale, Hong Kong Branch, and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Singapore Branch, acting as Bookrunning Mandated Lead Arrangers (“BMLAs”).

The Facilities, signed on 16 November 2020, are for a total of US$ 720 million and include a 1 year facility (with an Offshore Chinese Renminbi option), and 1 year swingline facility. The Facilities are revolving in nature and were issued by Mercuria Energy Trading Pte. Ltd. and Mercuria Asia Group Holdings Pte. Ltd. acting as Borrowers.

Mercuria will use the Facilities to refinance the Group’s maturing syndicated revolving credit facilities, as well as for general corporate and working capital purposes.

The new Facilities were launched on 17 September 2020 for general syndication. Following strong global demand from a range of international banks across continents, the new RCF was oversubscribed by about 40 percent above the initial launch amount, with Mercuria choosing to scale back on lender commitments. The Facilities complement the existing US$ 380 million 3-year tranche of the 2019 Agreement. The combined US$ 1.1 billion 1-year and 3-year ARCF facilities continues to be an important pillar of the Group financing strategy.

“Despite the unprecedented events seen in 2020, especially in the commodity markets, we are very pleased to announce that continued support from our twenty-two geographically diverse banking partners, including a large group of top level BMLA banks. It has demonstrated their strong confidence in Mercuria and our business model, coupled with our solid risk management capabilities in such volatile times.” said Bin Wang, Mercuria’s Chief Financial Officer for Asia.

Guillaume Vermersch, Group Chief Financial Officer added “The lenders in our banking group recognize Mercuria’s operating strategy. Our diversified business model have enabled us to take measured

opportunities and provide further profitable growth with stringent risk management in place. We are committed to the growth in Asia and look forward to working with our banking partners in a sustainable manner.”

The following banks joined the transaction:

Bookrunning Mandated Lead Arrangers
Bank of China Limited, Singapore Branch
Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A. Singapore Branch
DBS Bank Ltd.
Emirates NBD Capital Limited
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited, London Branch ING Bank N.V. Singapore Branch
Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
MUFG Bank, Ltd.
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited
Société Générale, Hong Kong Branch
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Singapore Branch

Lead Arrangers
Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Singapore Branch Indian Bank
National Australia Bank Limited

Arrangers
China CITIC Bank International Limited Singapore Branch Commerzbank AG, Singapore Branch
Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets plc, Singapore Branch Natixis Singapore Branch
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Limited, Singapore Branch UBS AG, Singapore Branch
United Overseas Bank Limited

Co-Arrangers
National Bank of Fujairah