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Ophir Energy Plans $400M IPO

African explorer Ophir Energy is planning to raise about $400 million through an initial public offering to fund exploration drilling in Africa.

African explorer Ophir Energy is planning to raise about $400 million through an initial public offering (IPO) to fund exploration drilling in Africa, Financial Times reports. The floatation is expected to value the company at about $1 billion.

Credit Suisse, JPMorgan Cazenove and RBC Capital Markets have been appointed as the joint bookrunners of the deal. Lexicon Partners is the financial adviser to the company.

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