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January 14, 2013
10:21 EDTMILLMiller Energy completes horizontal well in Tennessee
Miller Energy Resources announced that, on Saturday, January 12, it had tested water free oil production from the company’s CPP-H-1 well. The CPP-H-1 well is the first successful horizontal well drilled and completed in the Mississippian Age Fort Payne formation in North America. The well tested at a restricted rate of 487 BOE per day on a ¾” choke. The rate was restricted in order to conserve as much reservoir energy as possible. A breakdown of the initial production test consists of 365 BOPD, 730 MCFGPD, and 0 BWPD. The company plans to begin producing the well as soon as Miller Energy Receives EPA permission to begin reinjecting the produced gas in order to maintain reservoir pressure. Based on the initial flow tests, the company expects this will be a very strong and commercially successful well. Although this well represents an unprecedented achievement, based on what is known about the formation, the geology and the initial reservoir pressure, Miller expects that the well will produce in the range of 200 to 225 BOEPD once reinjection has started and full production has begun.
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October 29, 2014
08:49 EDTMILLMiller Energy affirms over 80% of current oil production hedged
Given recent movements in oil prices, Miller also reaffirmed that it has more than 80% of its current oil production hedged. It has approximately 456 MBbls hedged at $99.19 through the remainder of FY15 and approximately 787 MBbls at $95.36 during FY16. Miller believes it has sufficient liquidity if oil prices remain at current levels for the foreseeable future.
08:46 EDTMILLMiller Energy provides strategic processes update
Miller Energy announced that it has received nearly all the regulatory approvals for its acquisition of Savant Alaska and expects that transaction to close in November. Miller estimates that contractual purchase price adjustments from the May 1 effective date, as a result of ongoing production, will lower the effective acquisition price to approximately $5.8M, down from $9M. Upon closing, the company expects this acquisition will immediately add approximately 600 Bopd net production to Miller. In addition, Miller has reached agreement to sell substantially all of its Tennessee oil and gas assets and related liabilities for approximately $3.3M in cash. The company expects that the transaction will close in November. Miller expects the sale of its Tennessee assets will reduce costs and increase the company's cash flow by approximately $800,000 per year. The company has also announced that it continues its discussions with Buccaneer Energy and its principal lender to purchase substantially all Buccaneer Energy's Alaska operating assets out of bankruptcy. While negotiations continue, there is no guarantee that Miller will reach agreement with the sellers.
08:45 EDTMILLMiller Energy announced operations update
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08:44 EDTMILLMiller Energy CFO to leave company, Jeffrey McInturff named Interim CFO
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