Lines of credit for Oil & Gas
and all other commercial endeavors


Pacific National Capital provides corporate lending solutions including secured and unsecured commercial lines of credit, large credit facilities, revolving lines of credit, bridge facilities, asset based facilities and factoring financing, for oil and gas companies and many other commercial industries.

Our commercial business lines of credit will give your business access to funds when you need it, up to a pre-specified amount. The main advantage of a commercial business line of credit is flexibility. Funds are always available when you need them and you pay no interest until you draw on the line which makes it great for emergencies. The line can be secured or unsecured, with multiple repayment options and loan amounts starting from $5 million with no upper limit. For large credit facilities in the hundreds of millions we can structure club or syndicated credit facilities with no upper limit.

Commercial Lines of Credit are great for a variety of ongoing or short-term financing needs, such as improving cash flow, acquiring working capital, purchasing inventory, real estate, materials, or equipment, and financing accounts receivable.




Pacific National Capital 's Daily Oil & Gas News

OGA Turns Attention to Flaring
The Oil and Gas Authority has expanded its benchmarking to the flaring and venting of greenhouse gases on the UK Continental Shelf for the first time.

Oil Drops as Demand Recovery Concerns Rise
Oil extended its decline below $40 a barrel and is set for the first monthly loss since April.

Oil Prices Fall Amid Demand Recovery Warnings
Oil plunged to its lowest in two weeks on growing fears that a sustained recovery in demand is still some way off.

Nigeria Oil Reform Bill Would Create Upstream Regulator
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari submitted a bill to reform the nation's oil industry to lawmakers.

Total Makes Peak Oil Demand Prediction
The French energy giant's analysis is more conservative than BP's.

Offshore US Leasing Bans Also Apply to Wind
President Donald Trump's decision to rule out energy development along the coasts of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas will bar not just offshore oil and gas drilling.

Private Firms Gain Market Share from Pemex
The trend bodes poorly for the Lopez Obrador administration.

Caribbean Refinery Restarts After Eight Years of Disuse
A Caribbean refinery shut for most of this decade is coming back to life.

Total Buys London's Largest Car-Charging Network
French energy giant Total SE snapped up London's largest car-charging network.

Elon Musk Feels Bad for Hating on Oil
Elon Musk has exhibited remorse for 'hating' on oil and gas in a new podcast carried out by Kara Swisher of the New York Times.