Current YUMA Stock Info

Yuma Energy Inc. (ticker: YUMA) has producing assets in North Dakota, California, Louisiana, and Texas, with the majority of its acreage centered in South Louisiana and Texas. The company holds a total of 16,210 net acres across all of its producing assets, with a proved reserves value of 8,898 MBOE.

Yuma’s expected production for the remainder of 2017 is between 2,800 to 3,100 BOEPD. The company’s average daily production for Q1, 2017 was 2,886 BOEPD—falling into the range of its desired 2017 production goal.

Texas-focused growth

In its future growth, the company said that it will be focusing on acquiring and developing acreage in the Permian, Eagle Ford, and East Texas hotspots.

In line with its development goals, Yuma began a joint development agreement for 33,280 acres with two private companies in April, 2017. In this joint development Yuma holds an 87.5 working interest in 1,985 net acres in Yoakum County. The development will encompass the San Andres play in the Permian Basin. As of April, Yuma expected to spud its first well in 2017.

Yuma is pursuing potential visible in the San Andres development, which—in the area of mutual interest—has 70 wells drilled to date and 6 operating rigs. Yuma’s acreage in the San Andres development has 12 identified potential drilling locations, with approximately three MMBOE in potential recoverable hydrocarbons.

Yuma Energy Looks toward the San Andres Portion of the Permian

Source: Yuma Energy Inc.

Pursuing potential in SE Louisiana

Yuma has made three previous discoveries in Southeast Louisiana, in the Olympic, Sequoia, and Musical Prospects in 2010, 2012, and 2013 respectively. The company is hoping to follow those discoveries with its Glacier prospect, which has been delineated via seismic 3-D, and is ready to be drilled.

The other prospects produce approximately 360 BOPD, and Yuma believes that its other prospects in the area—Glacier included—contain potential recoverable hydrocarbons ranging from six to 11 MMBO.  The Glacier prospect is scheduled to be spudded in July, 2017.


In optimizing existing producing wells, Yuma has identified two of its assets, the Lac Blanc field and the Bayou Hebert Field; both in South Central Louisiana. In both assets, Yuma has identified additional, behind-pipe potential.

Yuma Energy Inc. is presenting at EnerCom’s The Oil & Gas Conference® 22

Yuma will be a presenting company at the upcoming EnerCom conference in Denver, Colorado—The Oil & Gas Conference® 22.

The conference is EnerCom’s 22nd Denver-based oil and gas focused investor conference, bringing together publicly traded E&Ps and oilfield service and technology companies with institutional investors.  The conference will be at the Denver Downtown Westin Hotel, August 13-17, 2017. To register for The Oil & Gas Conference® 22 please visit the conference website.

Yuma Energy Looks toward the San Andres Portion of the Permian

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