Eagle Ford-focused ZaZa Energy Corp. entered into a $7.5 stock deal with Los Angeles-based Crede Capital Group LLC, the company said in late July of 2014.
The proceeds will fund additional development and lease acquisitions in ZaZa’s East Texas area, the company said in a prepared release.
Crede purchased a total of $5-million of ZaZa common stock, priced at $0.83 each. The investment will be made in two phases, according to the company. The first phase closed on July 21st. The transaction includes 0.6 warrants for every share of ZaZa common stock with a price of $1.1205 per share.
The second phase, which is expected to close in late October, also includes 0.6 warrants for every share of ZaZa common stock. The price for additional shares will be determined by the closing price on the day of closing.
ZaZa – EOG Resources East Texas Eagle Ford JV
In March of 2013, ZaZa Energy and EOG Resources finalized terms on a joint venture (JV) targeting the Eaglebine in Grimes, Madison, Montgomery, Trinity, and Walker counties.
Read more: EOG – ZaZa Joint Venture in the Eaglebine
The company has re-focused its attention to the Eaglebine, after divesting 10,300 net Eagle Ford acres in July of 2013 to a subsidiary of Sanchez Energy for $28.8 million. Approximately 82% of ZaZa’s first quarter 2014 production came from the Eaglebine.
Read more at zazaenergy.com
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