康菲石油公司宣布早期参与交换要约的结果,同意征求和修改交换要约

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休斯顿康菲石油公司(纽约证券交易所:COP)今日宣布,与先前宣布的向合资格持有人提供的“交换要约”(每个“交换要约”及“交换提供”)发行的任何及所有杰出的笔记Concho资源有限公司(“Concho”)如下表中规定(“现有Concho笔记”)为(1)总计3900000000美元的本金新发行的票据由康菲石油公司康菲石油公司,完全和无条件担保(“新康菲石油笔记”)和(2)的现金,和相关同意请求Concho(每个“同意征集”,总的来说,“同意请求”)采取某些提议修改每一个合同来管理现有Concho笔记(“提出修正案”),截至下午5点钟,纽约时间,12月18日,2020(“早期投标日期”),下面的每个系列的本金数额现有Concho笔记已经有效投标,而不是有效地撤销(和同意从而有效而不是有效地撤销):

系列的标题/
CUSIP现有的Concho注意事项
总委托人
未付清金额
现有的海螺音符投标
早期的投标日期
本金 百分比
3.750%到期的2027 / 20605PAH4优先票据 1000000000美元 979058000美元 97.91%
4.300%高级票据2028 / 20605PAK7 1000000000美元 970136000美元 97.01%
2.400% 2031 / 20605PAM3到期的优先票据 500000000美元 488292000美元 97.66%
4.875%高级票据2047 / 20605PAJ0 800000000美元 $ 799,720,000 99.97%
4.850%到期高级票据2048 / 20605PAL5 600000000美元 $ 588,979,000 98.16%

此外,Conocophillips宣布,它增加了在早期投标后有效招标的现有Concho票据的交换考虑,从970美元的新康诺菲克票据的每一款本金的现有Concho指出,每款全新康诺克斯(New Conocophillips)的1,000美元本金1000美元的现有Concho票据。如前所预期的,符合条件的持有人在早期招标日后招标不会收到任何现金代价,因此,仍然是为了在早期有效招标和未经有效撤销(i)之前的现有Concho票据所支付的代价仍然如此招标日期和(ii)在早期招标日后不一样。交换优惠的所有其他条款和条件保持不变。

Concho还收到了必要数量的同意,以通过拟议的修订,涉及五个尚未偿付的现有Concho票据系列中的每一个,这是受交换要约和同意征求。Concho打算立即与现有Concho票据的受托人签订补充契约(“补充契约”),以实施拟议的修订。

对交换要约和征求同意的撤回权,自早招标之日起失效。

交换要约和征求同意是根据2020年12月7日的要约备忘录和征求同意声明(“要约备忘录和征求同意声明”)中的条款和条件进行的。尽管康菲石油公司可以在任何时候就交换要约放弃这些条件,但每一份交换要约和征求同意都是以其他交换要约和征求同意的完成为条件的。康菲石油公司对交换要约条件的任何放弃,将自动放弃与相应的征求同意有关的条件。

此外,交换提供并同意请求条件在完善的交易考虑的协议和合并计划,日期为10月18日,2020(可能不时修订,“合并协议”),在康菲石油公司,猎鹰合并子Corp .)、康菲石油公司的全资子公司(“合并子”)和Concho,据此,合并Sub将与康菲石油公司合并(“合并”),而康菲石油公司作为康菲石油公司的全资子公司在合并后继续存在。

康菲石油可自行决定修改或终止该要约,并可根据适用法律延长该要约的到期日(如本协议定义)和/或结算日。康菲石油公司的任何此类修改、终止或延长将自动修改、终止或延长相应的征求同意,如适用。

除非延长(“到期日期”),否则交易所提供和同意索引将于2011年1月15日,纽约市时间将于2011年1月15日。结算日期将在到期日后及时迅速,预计将在到期日后的两个工作日内。

交换提供相关文件并同意请求将分布式只有合格的现有Concho笔记的持有者证明他们是(a)“合格机构投资者”这个词的定义在144规则在1933年的证券法案(“证券法案”),或(b)的人在“美国”,(我)不是“美国人”,这些术语定义在902规则下的证券法案,(ii)的人位于欧洲经济区或英国,不是“散户”(如提供备忘录和同意征集语句中定义),(iii)的人位于英国,是“有关人员”(如提供备忘录和同意征集语句中定义)和(iv)位于加拿大。完整的交换的条款和条件提供和同意请求提供备忘录和同意征集中描述的声明,一份可能是通过接触全球债券持有人服务公司,代理和信息交换剂与交流提供和同意请求,(866)470 - 3800(免费)或(212)430 - 3774(银行和券商)或Contact@gbsc-usa.com。资格形式可用:https://gbsc-usa.com/eligibility/conocophillips
此新闻稿不构成出售或购买的要约,或征集销售或购买的要约,或者招标或同意的招揽,任何安全。在任何司法管辖区都没有提供,征集,购买或销售,这些优惠,征集或销售将是非法的。根据本次新闻稿修订的提供备忘录和同意征求声明,并仅根据适用法律所允许的司法管辖区制定的议事备忘录和同意征求议案。

ConocoPhillips的新票据没有、也不会根据《证券法》或任何州证券法进行注册。因此,在没有注册或适用的证券法和任何适用的州证券法的注册要求豁免的情况下,新的康菲票据不能在美国发行或出售。

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除法律规定外,康菲石油公司和康菲公司均不承担或承担任何义务更新任何前瞻性声明,无论是由于新的信息或反映后续事件或情况或其他原因。请注意,您不要过分依赖这些前瞻性的声明,这些声明仅在本声明的日期发表。

关于合并的其他信息以及在哪里可以找到它
关于此次合并,康菲石油公司于2020年11月18日向SEC提交了一份注册声明表格S-4(于2020年12月7日修订),其中包括一份康菲石油公司和康菲石油公司的联合委托书,并构成康菲石油公司的招股说明书。证券交易委员会(SEC)登记声明宣布有效12月10日,2020年12月11日,2020年康菲和Concho每个提交的联合签署的委托书/招股说明书与美国证券交易委员会(SEC)合并。康菲石油和Concho开始邮寄的联合股东委托书/说明书约12月11日,2020年。康菲石油和康菲石油还将向美国证券交易委员会提交有关合并的其他相关文件。本文档并不能代替注册声明,明确联合签署的委托书/招股说明书或任何其他文档,康菲石油或Concho与SEC提起或文件。投资者和证券持有人要求阅读注册声明,明确共同签署的委托书/招股说明书及其他相关文件,可能向美国证券交易委员会(SEC),以及任何修改或补充这些文件,仔细且完整,因为它们包含或将包含有关合并的重要信息。投资者和证券持有人能够获得免费的副本登记声明和其他文档包含对康菲石油公司重要信息,Concho合并,一旦向SEC提交这些文件,包括明确的联合签署的委托书/招股说明书,通过在http://www.sec.gov网站维护的交会。康菲石油公司向美国证券交易委员会(SEC)提交的文件的副本可以获得免费的在康菲石油公司的网站//www.felipeseade.com或者通过联系康菲石油公司的投资者关系部门通过电子邮件在investor.relations@conocophillips.com或通过电话281-293-5000。与证券交易委员会提交的文件的副本,可在Concho的投资者关系网站https://ir.concho.com/investors/免费获得。

参与征集活动

Conocophillips,Concho和某些各自的董事和执行人员可能被视为参与者在合并方面征求代表。Information about the directors and executive officers of ConocoPhillips, including a description of their direct or indirect interests, by security holdings or otherwise, is set forth in ConocoPhillips’ proxy statement for its 2020 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on March 30, 2020, and ConocoPhillips’ Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019, which was filed with the SEC on February 18, 2020, as well as in Forms 8-K filed by ConocoPhillips with the SEC on May 20, 2020 and September 8, 2020, respectively. Information about the directors and executive officers of Concho, including a description of their direct or indirect interests, by security holdings or otherwise, is set forth in Concho’s proxy statement for its 2020 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on March 16, 2020, and Concho’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019, which was filed with the SEC on February 19, 2020. Investors may obtain additional information regarding the interests of those persons and other persons who may be deemed participants in the Merger by reading the definitive joint proxy statement/prospectus and other relevant materials to be filed with the SEC regarding the Merger when such materials become available. Investors should read the definitive joint proxy statement/prospectus carefully before making any voting or investment decisions. You may obtain free copies of these documents from ConocoPhillips or Concho using the sources indicated above.