LSC Lithium Corporation entered into an arrangement agreement with Pluspetrol Resources Corporation B.V. (“Pluspetrol”), pursuant to which Pluspetrol will acquire all of the outstanding common shares of LSC.
Under the Arrangement, Pluspetrol would acquire 100% of the issued and outstanding common shares of LSC for cash consideration of C$0.6612 per LSC share. The Transaction was unanimously approved at the meeting of the LSC Board of Directors and the LSC Board of Directors recommends that LSC shareholders vote in favour of the Transaction. The Transaction provides total consideration of approximately C$111 million.
The strategic review process, while in place since August 2017, was accelerated upon the release of LSC’s updated Resource Estimate on its Pozuelos Project in November 2018 and its robust Preliminary Economic Assessment on its Pozuelos-Pastos Grandes Project in December 2018, and recently Pluspetrol was granted exclusivity and has completed extensive due diligence.
Stephen Dattels, Chairman of the Board of LSC, commented, “LSC has been able to produce a large lithium carbonate resource at its Pozuelos-Pastos Grandes Project as well as a robust PEA. It also has an extensive portfolio of high quality lithium exploration assets, most notably at Rio Grande and Salinas Grandes. However, since February of 2018, capital markets have been difficult for junior lithium explorers in Argentina and elsewhere, resulting in a correction in market valuations across the board. Notwithstanding this market correction, and due to our progress in advancing our top-tier assets, we have achieved an opportunity for shareholders to realise a liquidity event at normal market premiums.”
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