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January 27, 2014
09:08 EDTEPMEvolution Petroleum enters to install GARP technology on ten wells
Evolution Petroleum announced that it has entered into an agreement with a large independent oil and gas operator to install its patented GARP artificial lift technology on 10 of the operator's wells. All of the wells are located in the Giddings Field in central Texas, with an option to extend to additional wells. The GARP technology is marketed by NGS Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Evolution Petroleum. Under the terms of the master agreement, NGS Technologies' subsidiaries will provide use of the technology, pay a portion of the installation costs and oversee the installation in return for a continuing contract fee equal to 25% of the net profits from each well for as long as the technology is utilized.
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September 9, 2014
18:33 EDTEPMEvolution Petroleum projects near term Delhi capex $15M-$17M in FY15
The company's capital budget for FY15 at this time consists of investments targeted to the Delhi Field. The level and timing of the company's existing capital plan is dependent on the timing of reversion and the rate of spending by the operator, as may be later approved by the company. Projected near-term Delhi capital expenditures consist primarily of a recycle gas processing plant, which is projected to cost approximately $15M-17M net to the company and roll-out of the next phase of the CO2 project at Delhi Field, estimated to cost approximately $10M net to Evolution. These costs will likely be incurred over portions of FY15 and FY16. The company does not currently expect significant capital expenditures related to GARP installations, as it expects to provide more installations on a fee basis going forward. However, the company may have opportunities to install GARP on projects where it will bear all or part of the capital costs in exchange for compensation based on increased production. FY15 capital expenditures are expected to be funded by cash flows from operations and existing working capital.
18:29 EDTEPMEvolution Petroleum reports Q4 EPS 4c, consensus 11c
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