CALGARY, ALBERTA–(Marketwired – May 22, 2013) –Arsenal Energy Inc. (“Arsenal” or the “Company”) (AEI.TO)(AEYIF) is pleased to announce that as a result of its year end reserve evaluation and Q1, 2013 activity, Arsenal’s banking syndicate has increased its credit facility from $85 to $90 million effective immediately. Arsenal is currently $63.9 million drawn on the facility. The Company’s next review date is scheduled for Nov 30, 2013.
Arsenal has a capital management policy targeting the debt to cash flow ratio of 1:5 : 1 and in the normal course of operations, its forward plan as outlined does not require an increase to the credit facility. However, the increase does provide additional flexibility,
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Tony van Winkoop
President and Chief Executive Officer
Arsenal Energy Inc.
J. Paul Lawrence
Vice President, Finance and CFO