Public Minerals Companies Look for Daylight in Crowded Energy Sector

Time, patience and volume are required for minerals and royalty companies to start attracting more investor interest, executives said at the World Oilman’s Mineral & Royalty Conference in Houston.

Public Minerals Companies Look for Daylight in Crowded Energy Sector

Brigham Minerals CEO RobRoosa said minerals companies’ reason for going public to begin with was an effort to consolidate the industry. (Source: Shutterstock.com)

HOUSTON—Public minerals and royalties companies are ready for their due, but the leaders of Kimbell Royalty Partners LP, Viper Energy Partners LP and Brigham Minerals Inc. also recognize they need to be patient.

This just may not be their time, yet.

At the World Oilman’s Mineral & Royalty Conference on April 19, Kimbell CEO Bob Ravnaas, Viper President Kaes Van’t Hof and Brigham CEO Rob Roosa expressed their pride in what their companies have been able to accomplish—along with frustrations that the market still hasn’t caught on to the value proposition they said they offer. 

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Darren Barbee

Darren Barbee is senior editor for Oil and Gas Investor magazine.