Texas Oil & Gas Firm Reports Positive Mid-Q3/19 Operations Update

August 29, 2019

The Energy Report

Source: Streetwise Reports   08/27/2019

Accomplishments and revised estimates are reviewed in a ROTH Capital Partners report.

In an Aug. 22 research note, analyst John White reported changes to ROTH Capital Partners’ model on Ring Energy Inc. (REI:NYSE).

ROTH lowered its target price on the company to $8 per share from $12 to reflect its revised oil and gas price deck for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Henry Hub from Q3/19 to beyond 2021. Shares are currently trading at around $1.37.


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For 2020, the investment banking firm lowered its WTI crude oil price forecast to $52.25 a barrel (52.25/bbl) from $54.75/bbl and reduced its Henry Hub natural gas price projection to $2.40 per million British thermal units ($2.49/MMBtu) from $2.49/MMBtu.

However, despite the projected lower oil and gas prices, ROTH modestly increased its Q3/19 earnings per share/cash flow per share/EBITDA forecasts on Ring Energy to $0.15/$0.38/$30.5 million due to slightly higher estimated Q3/19 production.

According to Ring Energy’s mid-Q3/19 operations update, it drilled six new, one-mile, horizontal San Andres wells on its Northwest Shelf (NWS) property. Of those, two were awaiting completion. The other four were drilled, completed and being tested. “Initial test results are indicating rates ranging between 400 and 500 barrels of oil equivalent per day (400 and 500 bboe/day), which we view as positive,” noted White.

Between its Northwest Shelf and Central Basin Platform (CBP), Ring Energy drilled 11 unreported wells. Four, two CBP and two NWS, were awaiting completion. Of those, one CBP and one NWS, were completed and showing about 360 boe/d and 320 boe/d, respectively. The other two, one CBP and one NWS, are newly completed and being tested.

The remaining seven out of the total 11, five CBP and two NWS, were drilled, completed and being tested. Those were showing 265–528 boe/d with an average of about 400 boe/d. “We view this average figure as positive,” White commented.

ROTH has a Buy rating on Ring Energy.

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