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Batten Down the Hatches – Hoegh LNG Finds It Isn’t that Easy

Despite being the hottest sector in shipping, Hoegh LNG Holdings Limited encountered headwinds in its initial public offering. The company hoped initially to sell 15-25 million shares at a price range of NOK 38 to 54 in order to raise gross proceeds of approximately NOK 810 million to NOK 945 million ($198-282 million). As part of the offering, which consisted of an institutional tranche, a retail piece in Norway and an employee offering in Norway, Leif Hoegh & Co. Ltd, the parent agreed to subscribe for up to $20 million worth of shares to maintain a minimum 55% interest post-IPO and over-allotment option.

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