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Doug Suttles of Encana speaks to the media after the company announced him as the new president and CEO in Calgary, Alberta, June 11, 2013. (Todd Korol/Reuters)
Doug Suttles of Encana speaks to the media after the company announced him as the new president and CEO in Calgary, Alberta, June 11, 2013. (Todd Korol/Reuters)

Manitok commits to $106-million work program in Encana lease deal Add to ...

Manitok Energy Inc. is acquiring additional petroleum and natural gas leases in southeast Alberta from Encana Corp.

The Calgary-based junior energy company says Encana has agreed to a three-year lease covering 38,757 hectares in the Entice area.

Manitok will have a 100-per-cent working interest in the leases, which are contiguous with its core areas.

It has committed to spend $106-million over the period, including $22-million in 2014.

Manitok also announced Monday that a syndicate of underwriters initially agreed to acquire $20-million worth of flow-through shares from the company, and then increased the bought-deal to $25-million later in the morning.

It said proceeds from the equity sale will be used by Manitok for exploration on its Canadian properties prior to Dec, 31, 2014. The flow-through shares allow investors to receive tax credits for eligible spending by the company.

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