Mosman Oil and Gas increases its interest in the Arkoma stacked pay project to 27%
Monday, Mar 19, 2018
Mosman Oil and Gas has announced continued progress in respect to its USA assets.

Arkoma Stacked Pay Project (Oklahoma)

Mosman advises that in accordance with the recent RNS regarding Arkoma, relevant payments have been made by Mosman and Blackstone Oil and Gas, and Mosman's interest in the Arkoma project in Oklahoma has therefore increased to 27%. The Operator will now proceed with installing high-volume Electrical Submersible Pumps ('ESPs') and infrastructure upgrades to accommodate the expected increase in oil and water production volumes.

The parties have now commenced discussions in respect of the existing second option, whereby Mosman can acquire up to an aggregate 55% interest in Arkoma by 27 March 2018 and further announcements will be made on the status of the discussions as and when appropriate.

John W Barr, Chairman, said:

'We have achieved our initial objective in respect to increasing our interest in the attractive Arkoma stacked pay producing asset to 27% based on due diligence, sound data and technical analysis. We have also funded operational upgrades at Arkoma that are expected to lead to increased oil production and cash flow. The strategy of acquiring oil production assets when oil prices were low is proving to be sound given recent oil price increases. We are benefitting from the decisions taken and the excellent technical work done to increase oil production and look forward to building further our production base and cash flow in the USA.'

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