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Springbok Energy Partners retained TenOaks Energy Advisors LLC for the sale of its mineral portfolio located in the most active and economic unconventional plays in the Lower 48 through an offering closing Oct. 22.
The portfolio includes assets in the Permian, Eagle Ford, Denver-Julesburg (D-J), Stack, Williston and Haynesville basins. Springbok will entertain offers for the entire package or one or more individual basins, according to TenOaks, which is serving as the company's exclusive adviser in connection with the sale.
- Basins included: Delaware, Midland, Eagle Ford, D-J, Stack, Bakken, Haynesville
- Strategic position built with an emphasis on both high-quality rock and near-term development catalysts within each basin
- Total Net Royalty Acres (NRA): 12,461
- Forward 12-Month Cash Flow (Total): $38.7 million | Forward 12-Month Cash Flow (PDP/DUCs/Permits): $28.1 million
- Substantial near-term cash flow growth from 253 DUCs and 214 permits
- Proven historical development cadence with more than one new permit issued for every spud since January 2018
- 25 spuds per month during the same time frame
Geologist provides food for thought as companies target the Guyana-Suriname Basin following the Exxon Mobil-led winning streak.
The latest discovery brings the estimated gross recoverable resources for the Stabroek Block to between 2.25 Bboe and 2.75 Bboe, the company said.
Drilled about 50 km (30 miles) from the play-opening Liza, ExxonMobil said the Turbot-1 well hit 23 m (75 ft) of high-quality, oil-bearing sandstone.