|Very interesting development and speculation. Until your post, I was previously not familiar with this company. With only one employee I saw listed? Sounds like they would rather sell than develop (costly outlay IMO)the land themselves. Currently I have only one energy company left in my portfolio. That is CHK through the acquisition of my Wildhorse stock for CHK stock. I was also speculating on JAG and a few others. My call Options expired worthless on JAG. JAG also being mentioned again as a target, However more recently now. I was very disappointed in the price offered for Wildhorse. Thanks for the dig. I'll be watching. The Chevron mega merger announced yesterday has stirred up acquisition interest in the sector again. This along with higher oil prices and geopolitical tensions in some hostile oil producing countries. |
My last visit to Alaska, on the Alaska Railway. I meet and got talking to some Anadarko employees. They said the were headed to Texas from Alaska because that's where the action was.
PLANO, TX / ACCESSWIRE / April 11, 2019 / Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRCH) (''Torchlight'' or the ''Company''), today announced that the Company has received the final petrophysical report relating to its Orogrande Basin Project. The report will be utilized in the delivery of due diligence materials to industry suitors for potential M&A discussions with Torchlight. The final report, prepared by Stimulation Petrophysics Consulting out of Denver, outlines the potential recoverable reserves from the unconventional zones on Torchlight's 134,000 acres in the Orogrande Basin. The Orogrande is the western most sub-basin of the Greater Permian Basin.
The extensive report outlines a range of recoverable values based on standardized recovery factors. Described in Potential Barrels.
Low Case 2.321 billion BOE: Recovery Factor (7%)
Mean Case 3.678 billion BOE: Recovery Factor (11%)
Best Case 4.975 billion BOE: Recovery Factor (15%)
The following updates were previously disclosed:
''We are pleased to provide this substantive update to shareholders and the broader oil and gas industry,'' stated John Brda, Torchlight's CEO. ''Torchlight's board of directors and management feel that the third-party evaluation and resulting estimate of 3.7 billion barrels of potential recoverable oil at a 11% is a significant revelation. Although the cost to acquire the voluminous amount of science needed for this 3rd party evaluation was quite significant, we are obviously very pleased with the end results. It is unique to find a new basin predominately owned by one exploration company and with agreeable lease terms such as those we have with University Lands. As we enter and continue discussions with suitors, Torchlight will better define the current market value for one of the largest virgin onshore oil and gas basin discoveries in the United States in recent history. We look forward to reporting the impact of such value to our shareholder's ownership.''
- Additional potential of up to 20,000 acres of multiple conventional structures, based upon seismic, gravity, and magnetics
- Potential for up to 10 distinct unconventional and conventional hydrocarbon pay zones throughout the Orogrande Project at varying depths.
Torchlight intends to provide subsequent updates regarding further analysis and additional data relating to its Orogrande Project marketing process in the near future.
About Torchlight Energy
Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. ( NASDAQ: TRCH), based in Plano, Texas, is a high growth oil and gas Exploration and Production (E&P) company with a primary focus on acquisition and development of highly profitable domestic oil fields. The company has assets focused in West and Central Texas where their targets are established plays such as the Permian Basin. For additional information on the Company, please visit www.torchlightenergy.com.
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