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ongc borrows rs 40 billion from icici bank

ONGC borrows Rs 40 billion from ICICI Bank to

part-finance HPCL acquisition

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) has borrowed Rs 40 billion from

ICICI Bank on top of over Rs 180 billion it has taken from three other banks to part

finance Rs 369.15 billion acquisition of HPCL.

Sources said ICICI Bank has extended one-year loan to ONGC to fund the

acquisition of government's 51.11 per cent stake in Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd

(HPCL).

ONGC had yesterday stated that it has entered into loan agreements with Punjab

National Bank, Bank of India and Axis Bank Ltd for the borrowing Rs 180.60 billion

for the acquisition.

The pact with PNB is for loan of up to Rs 106 billion and with Bank of India for

another Rs 44.60 billion.

with axis bank it has secured rs 30 billion

With Axis Bank it has secured Rs 30 billion credit.

The company is likely to sign-up more loan agreements to pay Rs 369.15 billion to

the government before the month-end.

The acquisition would create India's first integrated oil company. This would be

ONGC's biggest acquisition and second buyout this fiscal after its Rs 77.38 billion

acquisition of 80 per cent stake in Gujarat State Petroleum Corp's KG basin gas

block.

ONGC Chairman and Managing Director Shashi Shanker had on Sunday stated

that the company's board has approved raising of the borrowing limit from Rs 250

billion to Rs 350 billion.

This will be the company's first ever debt.

"We will use our (Rs 120-130 billion) cash first and then the liquid assets and debt

will be last," he had said. "This order can change, because we won't sell the liquid

assets in distress.

Also, we have offers for over Rs 500 billion debt at very competitive rates, both

foreign currency and local."

ONGC holds 13.77 per cent stake in Indian Oil Corp (IOC), which is worth over Rs

260 billion. It also holds 4.86 per cent stake in GAIL India Ltd, which is worth over

Rs 38 billion.

The company had on January 20 announced buying of government's 51.11 per

cent stake in India's third largest state-owned oil refiner and marketing company

for Rs 473.97 per share in an all-cash deal that is to be closed before the month-

end.

Article By - Business Standard