tamarack valley energy ltd (TNEYF) Key Developments
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd Presents at 2015 CAPP Scotiabank Investment Symposium, Apr-09-2015 09:00 AM
Mar 24 15
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd Presents at 2015 CAPP Scotiabank Investment Symposium, Apr-09-2015 09:00 AM. Venue: Sheraton Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Brian L. Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director.
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd Reports Audited Consolidated Earnings and Production Results for the Fourth Quarter and Year Ended December 31, 2014
Mar 12 15
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. reported audited consolidated earnings and production results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported total revenue of $33,838,539 compared to $22,224,185 a year ago. Funds from operations were $19,127,813 compared to $10,505,372 a year ago. Diluted funds from operation per share were $0.25 compared to $0.23 a year ago. Net loss was $38,991,202 compared to net income of $10,854,769 a year ago. Basic and diluted net loss per share was $0.50 compared to basic and diluted earnings per share of $0.24 a year ago. Net debt was $129,798,673 compared to $81,764,155 a year ago. Capital Expenditures were $26,774,395 compared to $22,009,901 a year ago.
For the quarter, the company reported Average daily production of Crude oil and NGLs was 4,348 (bbls/d) compared to 2,495 (bbls/d) a year ago. Average daily production of Heavy oil was 413 (bbls/d) compared to 116 (bbls/d) a year ago. Average daily production of natural gas was 17,518 (mcf/d) compared to 10,349 (mcf/d) a year ago. Total Average daily production was 7,681 (boe/d) compared to 4,336 (boe/d) a year ago.
For the full year, the company reported total revenue of $125,992,315 compared to $70,059,021 a year ago. Funds from operations were $66,171,480 compared to $36,594,096 a year ago. Diluted and basic funds from operation per share were $1.05 compared to $1.09 a year ago. Net loss was $25,167,361 compared to net income of $14,813,126 a year ago. Basic and diluted net loss per share was $0.40 compared to basic and diluted earnings per share of $0.44 a year ago. Net debt was $129,798,673 compared to $81,764,155 a year ago. Capital Expenditures were $288,903,460 compared to $57,541,055 a year ago.
For the full year, the company reported Average daily production of Crude oil and NGLs was 3,245 (bbls/d) compared to 1,852(bbls/d) a year ago. Average daily production of Heavy oil was 257 (bbls/d) compared to 59 (bbls/d) a year ago. Average daily production of natural gas was 13,292(mcf/d) compared to 8,191 (mcf/d) a year ago. Total Average daily production was 5,717 (boe/d) compared to 3,276 (boe/d) a year ago.
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. Announces Wilson Creek Operations Update
Jan 2 15
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. announced that a successful second half 2014 drilling program in the Wilson Creek area contributed to a record exit production rate averaging approximately 9,700 boe/d (based on field estimates) during the last 14 days of December, 2014, exceeding its exit production target of 9,500 boe/d. All 10.9 net wells drilled in the fourth quarter were brought on production at various times during December, 2014. The company, based on field estimates, averaged approximately 8,500 boe/d during the month of December, 2014 with an oil and natural gas liquids weighting of approximately 63%. Tamarack's operated oil battery located in the Wilson Creek area of Alberta, had a fire-tube failure in the treater, early yesterday, causing a small fire that was extinguished within hours. As a result, capacity at this oil battery will be temporarily curtailed. The Company expects the oil battery to be shut down for three days at which point it is expected the facility will be able to run at approximately 75% of capacity until final repairs can be completed later in the month. Prior to the fire-tube failure, the oil battery was processing 3,700 to 3,800 bbls/d of oil and Tamarack was expecting to average approximately 9,400 to 9,500 boe/d in January, 2015, from the wells that were on production at the end of 2014. The Company will provide an update of the expected impact of this curtailment to first quarter production average, when it disseminates its 2015 guidance later in January, 2015. Tamarack recently took over operation of this oil battery as part of the Wilson Creek acquisition which closed on September 30, 2014. During the fourth quarter, Tamarack drilled 13 (10.9 net) Cardium wells in the Wilson Creek/Alder Flats area, which is 2.0 net wells less than originally planned due to continual declining commodity prices. The Company is currently finalizing its 2015 capital expenditure plan that will be disseminated after receiving Board approval, expected later in January, 2015. Tamarack will base its 2015 capital expenditure plan using strip commodity prices which are currently approximately USD 55.00/bbl for WTI and USD 2.80/GJ at AECO. Tamarack currently does not have any drilling or completion operations underway.
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. Announces Unaudited Consolidated Earnings and Production Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2014
Nov 14 14
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. announced unaudited consolidated earnings and production results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported total revenue of $35,333,256 against $19,082,189 a year ago. Funds from operations were $15,808,881 or $0.25 per diluted share against $10,259,964 or $0.34 per diluted share a year ago. Net income was $6,790,587 or $0.11 per diluted share compared to $3,721,097 or $0.12 per diluted share a year ago. Capital expenditure was $196,374,750 compared to $10,691,225 a year ago.
For the nine months, the company reported total revenue of $92,153,776 against $47,834,836 a year ago. Funds from operations were $47,043,666 or $0.79 per diluted share against $26,088,724 or $0.88 per diluted share a year ago. Net income was $13,823,840 or $0.23 per diluted share compared to $3,958,358 or $0.13 per diluted share a year ago. Capital expenditure was $121,684,316 compared to $57,088,172 a year ago. Net debt as at September 30, 2014 was $121,684,316.
For the quarter, the company recorded production of 5,765 boe/d, an 11% increase from 5,203 boe/d in second quarter of 2014 and a 10% production per share increase over second quarter of 2014.
For the nine months, the company’s average daily production was 5,056 boe/d against 2,919 boe/d of prior year period.
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. Announces Increased Drilling Activity and Additions to Drilling Inventory
Oct 14 14
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. announced an operational update with the following highlights: record current production rate of 7,400 boe/d, based on field estimates, excluding 550 boe/d of shut-in production associated with TransCanada Pipeline maintenance and third party plant turnarounds. Record drilling activity in the Wilson Creek area. The company currently has three drilling rigs active with a fourth rig expected by the end of the month. A new farm-in agreement with two industry majors create a 10.5 (9.9 net) section contiguous land block in the Alder Flats area adding 26.6 net one-mile equivalent drilling locations. Non-core Queensdale property disposition for proceeds of $4.3 million. Expansion of the company's fourth core area light oil play to 40 net contiguous sections. Tamarack currently has three drilling rigs active in the Wilson Creek area of Alberta. Two operated rigs are currently drilling wells on the Wilson Creek lands acquired on September 30, 2014, from Suncor Energy. The company expects these two rigs to drill continuously in Wilson Creek on the acquired lands until late in the fourth quarter. A non-operated rig is also active drilling the first of a four well program on the same pad in Wilson Creek on 50% working interest lands. The fourth rig is expected to begin drilling late in October, focusing on the final commitment well for 2014 on the farm-in with an industry major and drilling in Alder Flats. To date in 2014, Tamarack has drilled 11 (10 net) wells in the Wilson Creek area with 6 net wells currently shut-in awaiting tie-ins to the recently purchased Suncor Energy infrastructure. Tamarack has succeeded in reducing drilling times by 25% during the recent drilling program, with a record well being drilled in 8.5 days from spud to rig release. The company is very encouraged by these drilling cost reductions and expects to be able to duplicate this result with pad program drilling on the contiguous Wilson Creek land block. Further cost reductions are also being realized by the addition of owned infrastructure acquired with the Wilson Creek asset. The company expects to reduce well equipping costs by approximately $300,000 per well, by tying in wells into existing owned infrastructure rather than equipping them as single-well batteries. All of these capital reductions will enable the company to continue to achieve 12 to 14 month payouts on Cardium drills despite the recent reduction of crude oil prices. Drilling inventory additions: subsequent to the third quarter, the company has continued to consolidate working interests in the Wilson Creek /Alder Flats area. The company agreed to terms with two industry majors and added 3 minor land parcels to assemble a contiguous 10.5 section land block in the Alder Flats area directly offsetting the 10-33 Alder Flats well brought on production in the first quarter of 2014. Through the consolidation of the Alder Flats land block, the company added 28 (26.6 net) one mile equivalent low-risk drilling locations. A development plan for this area is being assembled and will be disseminated when the company has finalized its 2015 budget. During 2014, Tamarack has entered into or agreed to terms on 20 total tuck-in deals, adding a total of 35.88 (16.93 net) sections of undeveloped land in the greater Pembina area of Alberta. These deals have resulted in the addition of 48.9 net Cardium horizontal drilling locations to its inventory which is expected to more than replace 2014's Cardium drilling activity. This is in addition to the 47.3 net Cardium locations the company recently added as a result of the Wilson Creek acquisition. Tamarack has also added 17 net sections of land to the existing 23 net sections already assembled on the company's fourth light oil resource play. Although the location of this play has not yet been disclosed for competitive reasons, the play is expected to be de-risked in 2015.