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  • Data analysis Targa Buys Permian Midstream Assets Worth up to $1.5 Billion

    Targa Resources has executed definitive agreements for its subsidiary, Targa Resources Partners LP, to acquire 100% of the membership interests of Outrigger Delaware Operating LLC, Outrigger Southern Delaware Operating LLC (together “Outrigger Delaware") and Outrigger Midland Operating LLC...

    Targa Buys Permian Midstream Assets Worth up to $1.5 BillionData analysis
    Headlines, Global Deals

    Targa Resources has executed definitive agreements for its subsidiary, Targa Resources Partners LP, to acquire 100% of the membership interests of Outrigger Delaware Operating LLC, Outrigger Southern Delaware Operating LLC (together “Outrigger Delaware") and Outrigger Midland Operating LLC (“Outrigger Midland" and together with "Outrigger Delaware", "Outrigger Permian"). Targa will pay initial cash consideration of $565 million for the membership interests.

    The Outrigger Delaware gas gathering and processing and crude gathering assets are located in Loving, Winkler and Ward counties. Outrigger Delaware assets include 70 MMcf/d of processing capacity. Targa plans to connect the Outrigger Delaware assets to Targa's existing Sand Hills system, extending Targa's premier Permian Basin footprint across the Delaware and Midland Basins. Currently, there is 40 Mbbl/d of crude gathering capacity on the Outrigger Delaware system.

    The Outrigger Midland gas gathering and processing and crude gathering assets are located in Howard, Martin and Borden counties. Outrigger Midland currently has 10 MMcf/d of processing capacity, and Targa expects to connect the Outrigger Midland assets to Targa's WestTX system in Martin County. Currently, there is also 40 Mbbl/d of crude gathering capacity on the Outrigger Midland system.

    Subject to certain performance-linked measures based on existing contracts expected at close and other conditions, additional cash of up to $935 million may be received in 2018 and 2019 by the sellers of Outrigger Permian in potential earn-out payments based on realized gross margin. The total potential consideration that could be paid to sellers is up to a maximum of $1.5 billion, which includes the initial consideration of $565 million.

    The transaction is expected to close in Q1-2017.

    View Targa press release

  • Data analysis ExxonMobil Acquires Permian Assets for $5.6 Billion

    ExxonMobil has acquired companies owned by the Bass family of Fort Worth, Texas, with an estimated resource of 3.4 BBOE in New Mexico’s Delaware Basin. ExxonMobil will make an upfront payment of $5.6 billion in ExxonMobil shares, and a series of additional contingent cash payments totaling up to $1...

    ExxonMobil Acquires Permian Assets for $5.6 BillionData analysis
    Headlines, Global Deals

    ExxonMobil has acquired companies owned by the Bass family of Fort Worth, Texas, with an estimated resource of 3.4 BBOE in New Mexico’s Delaware Basin. ExxonMobil will make an upfront payment of $5.6 billion in ExxonMobil shares, and a series of additional contingent cash payments totaling up to $1 billion, to be paid beginning in 2020 and ending no later than 2032 commensurate with the development of the resource.

    The acquired companies, which include the operating entity BOPCO, hold about 275,000 acres of leasehold, and production of more than net 18 MBOE/d (70% liquids). This includes about 250,000 acres of leasehold in the Permian Basin, the bulk of that in contiguous, held-by-production units in the New Mexico Delaware Basin, with more than 60 BBOE estimated in place. The companies also hold producing acreage in other areas in the United States.

    View ExxonMobil press release

  • Data analysis Tullow Makes Oil Discovery at Erut-1 Well, Kenya

    Tullow Oil has discovered oil at Erut-1 well in Block 13T, Northern Kenya.The well, drilled by the PR Marriott Rig-46 to a final depth of 1,317m, encountered a gross oil interval of 55m with 25m of net oil pay at a depth of 700m. The overall oil column for the field is considered to be 100-125m.The objective...

    Tullow Makes Oil Discovery at Erut-1 Well, KenyaData analysis
    Exploration

    Tullow Oil has discovered oil at Erut-1 well in Block 13T, Northern Kenya.

    The well, drilled by the PR Marriott Rig-46 to a final depth of 1,317m, encountered a gross oil interval of 55m with 25m of net oil pay at a depth of 700m. The overall oil column for the field is considered to be 100-125m.

    The objective of the well was to test a structural trap at the northern limit of the South Lokichar basin. Fluid samples taken and wireline logging all indicate the presence of recoverable oil. Erut-1 successfully shows that oil has migrated to the northern limit of the South Lokichar basin and has de-risked multiple prospects in this area.

    Ownership of Block 13T: Tullow Oil (50%, operator), Africa Oil Corporation (25%) and Maersk Oil (25%).

    View Tullow press release

  • Statoil Makes Discovery at Cape Vulture Well, Norwegian SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    Statoil has discovered oil and gas at Cape Vulture exploration well in the license 128, located north-west of Norne discovery, Norwegian Sea. Recoverable reserves are initially estimated at between 20-80 MMBOE.

    Ownership of license 128: Statoil (64%, operator), Petoro (24.5%) and ENI (11.5%).

    View Statoil press release

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