TPC Group Inc.

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Case Number:

1:22-bk-10493

Court:

Delaware

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  2. November 30, 2022

    TPC Group Ch. 11 Plan Confirmed With $30M Creditor Deal

    The Chapter 11 plan of petrochemical maker TPC Group Inc. received bankruptcy court approval in Delaware Wednesday after the debtor announced a series of changes to the plan to resolve outstanding objections to the proposal.

  3. November 09, 2022

    TPC Group Can Solicit Creditor Votes On Updated Ch. 11 Plan

    TPC Group Inc. overcame objections from a creditor on Wednesday to win court approval of supplemental disclosures on changes to its Chapter 11 plan, putting the insolvent Houston-based petrochemical maker on track for a confirmation hearing at the end of November.

  4. November 07, 2022

    US Trustee Warns Of 'Hidden' Releases In TPC Ch. 11 Plan

    The U.S. Trustee's Office on Monday asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge to reject TPC Group's proposed Chapter 11 plan, saying that, among other flaws, it contained "unclear" language that could allow "hidden" third-party liability releases.

  5. October 25, 2022

    Supplier In TPC Explosion Case Objects To Ch. 11 Plan

    A chemical supplier for debtor TPC Group Inc. objected to the company's proposed Chapter 11 plan late Monday, saying it doesn't provide for the preservation of corporate records that are critical to the supplier's defense in multidistrict litigation over an explosion at one of TPC's Texas plants.

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  7. September 29, 2022

    TPC Group Resolves Objections To $450M Rights Offerings

    Texas-based petrochemical maker TPC Group Inc. on Thursday resolved all objections to two backstop rights offerings that underpin its Chapter 11 plan, paving the way for the company to access $450 million of capital commitments to help put its restructuring plan into effect.

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  9. September 22, 2022

    TPC Must Let All Creditors Reject Releases In Ch. 11 Vote

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge Thursday told TPC Group that it can send its Chapter 11 plan to creditors for a vote, so long as the petrochemical maker's unsecured creditors have the option to vote for the plan but opt out of its legal releases.

  10. September 13, 2022

    Del. Judge Gives Bankrupt TPC More Time For Creditor Talks

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday delayed the hearing for TPC Group's Chapter 11 plan disclosure for another week, after being told that the petrochemical maker had reached a settlement with its secured noteholders but not its unsecured creditors.