Oakspring Energy presents at EnerCom’s The Oil & Gas Conference®

During Oakspring’s breakout sessions, management was asked the following questions:

  • Where are you active?
  • How does more sand impact the EUR’s of the wells?
  • Is what you are doing tailored to this point in time [the pricing cycle] or will you change strategy in a rising oil price environment? Will you chase valuations up?
  • Could you work with two management teams which are very different? Entrenched operators vs. new entrepreneurial companies?
  • How are you structured?
  • Are you taking outside money? Setting up LP funds?
  • How much average working interest do you need in order to participate? Is 20% WI enough to justify your involvement? Does the operator push back on the interest that you want?
  • Do you approach the operators to partner with?
  • Do you have an exit strategy from the investments?
  • Have you considered going international?
  • Do you look at non-geologic issues such as infrastructure or regulatory?
  • Waterflood? Do you use secondary/ tertiary recovery methods on conventional wells?
  • What size transaction range are you interested in?
  • Would you ever roll a midstream investment into the upstream business?
  • What is the biggest downside of the non-operated model?
  • What do you do if the companies you invest in don’t take your recommendations?
  • In the discussions have you had partners limited by funding or drilling schedules?

You can listen to Oakspring’s presentation by clicking here.

Oakspring Energy is a private oil and gas company that assists small producers with technical and capital needs. The company partners with small operators as a value added joint operator. Oakspring integrates high quality core-based petrophysics with geological and reservoir engineering models to improve hydrocarbon in place, deliverability and EUR assessments to mitigate risk and add value in developing unconventional plays.

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