LONDON May 19 (Reuters) - International mid and downstream energy company Puma Energy has closed $1.25 billion of revolving credit and term loan facilities, the company announced on Tuesday.
The facility is divided between a $750 million three-year tranche paying 245 bps over Libor and a $500 million one-year tranche paying 165 bps over Libor.
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