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Aegean Chapter 11: Official committee of unsecured creditors appointed

19 Nov 2018

The official committee of unsecured creditors of troubled New York listed bunkering firm Aegean Marine Petroleum Network (Aegean) was appointed on Thursday (15 November).

The group consists of U.S. Bank National Association, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, and American Express Travel Related Services Company; Aegean respectively owes the trio $172,500,000, $94,550,000, and $20,000,000.

The official committee’s total debt amounts to $293,115,755, or 97.9%, of the top 28 creditors of Aegean excluding Petrojam and Peninsula Petroleum who both claimed zero debt from Aegean.

As of 6 November, Aegean’s funded debt obligations totalled approximately $872 million consisting of 12 secured credit facilities and two issuances of unsecured convertible notes.
Aegean is targeting to start the bidding procedures hearing process around 4 December 2018 and schedule the sale hearing by 22 February 2019.

The bunkering firm filed for Chapter 11 proceedings on 6 November.

A timeline organised list of events preceding the current development have been recorded by Manifold Times below:

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RelatedAegean unfolds several business developments
RelatedAegean drops founder, elects new board members
RelatedAegean requests for ‘additional time’ to file annual report
RelatedAegean welcomes new Chief Financial Officer
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Published: 19 November, 2018
 

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