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Peregrine Petroleum Partners Ltd. is offering for sale its oil and gas producing properties, leasehold and related assets located within the Williston Basin in North Dakota’s Dunn, McKenzie and Billings counties.
According to Detring Energy Advisors, retained by Peregrine as its exclusive adviser relating to the transaction, the assets offer an attractive opportunity to acquire (i) nonoperated leasehold underneath active development by a well-capitalized operator and (ii) a large operated footprint with substantial remaining inventory.
- Nonop Properties:
- 2,476 net acres in Dunn County (29% Working Interest / 23% Net Revenue Interest)
- Concentrated footprint underneath active development (RimRock Energy Partners LLC)
- Stellar on-lease and offsetting well results with strong type curve performance (~1,200-1,500 boe/d / 680,000-850,000 boe across the Bakken/Three Forks)
- Rimrock recently transitioned to a fully operated position (Exxon Mobil Corp. acreage swap) and picked up an offsetting rig (mid-May 2021)
- Located on Ft. Berthold Reservation with established infrastructure and regulatory processes in-place
- Operated Properties:
- 5,879 net acres in McKenzie/Billings Counties (93% Working Interest / 79% Net Revenue Interest)
- Developmental control with rights across multiple productive horizons
- Operated Saltwater Disposal system in-place
- Substantial Production Base – 1,600 boe/d / 90% Liquids (Nonop and Operated)
- Oil-weighted production with $16 million Next 12-month op. cash flow (PDP)
- $55 million PV-10 and 4.4 million boe net reserves from 62 horizontal wells (PDP)
- Average 36% Working Interest / 30% Net Revenue Interest
- 55 nonop and Seven operated horizontal wells
- Highly Economic Inventory
- 70-plus identified development locations across the Bakken and Three Forks
- Vastly improved well performance from optimized completions, longer laterals and pad development
- 18 million boe | $155 million PV-10 (3P)
- Evaluation materials available via the Virtual Data Room on June 9
- Proposals due on July 14
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