Presentation on theme: "2014 Industry Outlook Forum Cook Inlet Energy, LLC Operational Update."— Presentation transcript:
2014 Industry Outlook Forum Cook Inlet Energy, LLC Operational Update
Vision and Commitment 1 Exploit oil & gas reserves in safe & environmental way Minimum Footprint Create local jobs and help bolster the economy Community Involvement
Company Snapshot 2 An Alaska created E&P company, office located in Anchorage Own & operate production facilities, and offshore platform, two drill rigs Team Significant production Large acreage position Significant 2013 CAPEX Recent announcement of intent to purchase North-Fork Field
Company Assets 3 Osprey Platform Kustatan production Facility (rated for 25,000 bopd) West Foreland gas facility, West McArthur production Facility Osprey Platform ~47 miles of pipelines facility
Offshore Activities 4 Worked-over two gas wells, became self sufficient, started gas sales 2013 Worked-over four oil wells (RU-1A, RU- 2A, RU-5A, RU-7) Currently reworking an oil well Plan to spud new grassroots well in February Years of drilling ahead
WMRU Onshore Activities 5 Mobilized Patterson 191 drill rig from Tyonek Village area to WMRU Drill, test, and completed Sword-1 well (883 BOED) Spud WMRU-8 (Jurassic test planned) Design & engineering, permitting underway for WMRU-9, WF-3 wells Design & engineering, permitting underway for Sabre-1
Gas Exploration Westside Onshore Activities 6 Built road and drill site pad to Olson Creek gas prospect. Mobilized Company owned rig (rig-34) to drill sit, partial drilled Olson Creek #1 well (suspended well until summer 2014) Mobilized rig-34 to Otter pad, drilled well Olson Creek and Otter gas prospects combined recoverable gas reserves estimated approximately 100 BCF
Susitna Basin Gas Exploration 7 Design, engineering, permitting underway for Kroto Creek #1 well Last winter season built ice road, cleared drill site pad Currently plan to spud Kroto Creek #1 well winter season 2014/2015
Trans-Foreland Pipeline 8 Developments well identified, Pioneers of concept, new crude oil pipeline that would link Westside to Eastside Reduced environmental risk by not moving crude oil by ship and through oil terminal near an active volcano Partnered with Tesoro pipeline group to fund feasibility, design and engineering Over the last two years our companies have worked together to advance the permitting and engineering of the project.
North-Fork Announcement, Intent to Purchase 9 North-Fork currently owned & operated by Armstrong Cook Inlet, LLC 6 Natural Gas wells. 15,465 acres fee simple property. One drill site / production pad. Gas processing facility Estimated Recoverable Reserves range from ~ Bcf counting proved, probable and possible. Up to 23 wells to fully develop Field Anchor Point Energy, LLC Dual 4 9 mile fiberspar composite transmission pipeline from North Fork Unit to interconnect with ENSTAR Gas Companys transmission pipeline. Rated at ~22MMcfd capacity. Pipeline regulated by PHMSA, and State of Alaska agencies as a common carrier pipeline. Tariff approved and regulated by Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA)..
Plan Forward 10 Continue aggressively exploiting oil & gas reserves Continue creating jobs that help bolster the local community Continue being an industry leader Close on North Fork, implement development plan Become significant gas provider Significant 2014 CAPEX planned Installation & activation of TFPL