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Eagle River Energy Advisors LLC has been exclusively retained by Evertson Operating Co. Inc. to divest certain operated working interest assets in the Denver-Julesburg (D-J) Basin of Nebraska.
The offering includes 14,660 net acres with 47 PDP, 11 injection and three saltwater disposal wells. Production is 351 net bbl/d of oil with a PDP PV-10 of $30.8 million. The assets generated a last 12-month net cash flow of $8 million.
- Diversified Shallow Decline Oil Production
- Net production of 351 boe/d (99% oil)
- Historical shallow decline of ~8% per year
- Production from conventional reservoirs (primarily J sand)
- Well diversified across 47 PDP wells
- Active EOR program on six units
- Highly Profitable Asset
- Low operating costs of $14.42/BO
- Last 12-month net cash flow of $8 million
- PDP PV-10 of $30.8 million
- Little near-term P&A liability, only five operated temporarily abandoned wells
- High Operational Control and Drilling Upside
- Large footprint with 19,380 gross and 14,660 net acres
- 530 Miles of 3D Seismic Data (98% unleased) included
- Potential for both conventional and unconventional exploration targets
- Favorable regulatory climate in Nebraska
Bids are due by 4 p.m. MT on Oct. 11. The transaction effective date is Nov. 1.
A virtual data room will be available starting Sept. 12. For information contact Chris Martina, technical director at Eagle River, at 720-726-6092 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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