Kelsey C. Clark

Representative Work

MEG Energy hostile tender offer from Husky Energy

Counsel to MEG Energy, a Canadian oil sands producer, and its board of directors regarding the response to the unsolicited tender offer by Husky Energy whereby Husky sought to acquire the entire share capital of MEG for approximately $6 billion

TransGlobe Energy Corporation direct listing on the AIM market of the LSE

Counsel to TransGlobe Energy Corporation for the direct listing of its common shares on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange Group plc

Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) plc acquisition of a stake in Orca Exploration Group Inc.’s subsidiary

Counsel to Orca Exploration Group Inc. in Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) plc's acquisition of a stake in Orca Exploration Group Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary PAE PanAfrican Energy Corporation (part one of three parts up to US$130 million) and related shareholders' agreements

Enerflex Ltd. acquisition of Mesa Compression, LLC

Counsel to Enerflex Ltd., through the U.S. entity Enerflex Energy Systems Inc., in its US$106 million acquisition of U.S. based contract compression business, Mesa Compression, LLC

Enerflex Ltd. $115 million public offering

Counsel to Enerflex Ltd. in its $115 million public offering of 8,952,750 common shares

ARC Resources Ltd. disposition of light oil assets to Spartan Energy Corp.

Counsel to ARC Resources Ltd. in the $700 million strategic disposition of light oil assets in southeast Saskatchewan to Spartan Energy Corp.

FirstEnergy Capital Corp. acquisition by GMP Capital Inc.

Counsel to FirstEnergy Capital Corp. in the $99 million acquisition by GMP Capital Inc.

CNOOC Ltd. $15 billion acquisition of Nexen Inc.

Counsel to the board of directors of Nexen Inc. in the $15 billion acquisition of Nexen Inc. by CNOOC Ltd.

First Calgary Petroleums Ltd. proxy contest

Provided strategic advice to management and the board, in their defence of a proxy contest initiated by two dissident shareholders who requisitioned a meeting and sought shareholder approval to remove the president and chief executive officer and limit the decision-making power of the board of directors