Art Halleran, CEO of rising star natgas producer Trillion Energy (OTCQB: TRLEF – CSE: TCF) joined us for a sponsor company update. To date, two wells have been recompleted and immediately began selling production. The first payment is due December 20, 2022. These wells alone will be generating US$3 million per month or as much as $36 million per annum. Revenue could potentially go higher as the operator seeks to optimize production and stabilize pipeline gas pressure.
Halleran has done the near impossible, he has taken a moth-balled gas field that was given up for dead and turned it into a potential billion-dollar asset. More importantly, while there are many new gas projects on the drawing board, under the best of circumstances they will take several years to come online. Europe needs the gas now! Trillion’s wells go from completion to revenue production in a matter of hours. This is due to some $600 million in off the books infrastructure that enables the company to rapidly connect new wells to its existing pipeline and gas processing system.
And the best is yet to come. 15 more wells are due to be drilled in two programs, 5 more in program A and 8 in program B. A new well should be coming on approximately every 45 days. (At $3 million per month added cash flow). You do the math, we’re talking hundreds of millions before the company drills an exploration hole.
The company has many drill targets within its current block, as well as the ability to expand to other promising adjoining blocks. It has the seismic data and the infrastructure to rapidly tap into the most promising prospects. Trillion’s huge potential upside has not yet been perceived by the market.
In his low-key style, Halleran sums it up best, “We are very pleased that our multi-well drilling program is off to a very strong start. We are “Two for Two” so far with both South Akcakoca-2 and Akcakoca-3 wells now successfully producing gas. Each well additionally has 10s of meters of identified gas sands ready for perforation and production in the future to keep production levels up. This is a desirable situation for the Company to be in.” As well as shareholders like us.
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