Petroenergy Resources Corporation (PSE: PERC)

Petroenergy Resources Corporation (PERC, the “Company”) is engaged in oil and exploration development, geothermal energy, and wind power.

Oil and Exploration Development

The Company has the following interests:

The Company has minority interest in Gabon, West Africa oil fields namely, Ebouri, Etame, and Avouma. The oil fields produced 7.3 million barrels with a daily production averaged 22,100 barrels for 2011. Currently, 100% of the Company’s revenues are sourced from their interest in Gabon oil fields. There were no disclosures yet regarding the renewal of their Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in Gabon. The contract can be extended every 3 years and is already the sixth contract period with Gabonese government. Historically, the contract is extended 2 years before expiration.

Amount spent for the development activities in the Gabon oil field:

Philippine Oil Exploration Activities

 Among all the service contracts (SC) that PERC owns, SC 14C is at the advanced stage where drilling is planned to be by the end of 2012.

The most promising is their interest in SC 51. SC 51 has the following participants:

*On October 23, 2012, Frontier Oil Corporation (Frontier) entered into a Farm-in Option Agreement where Frontier can acquire 80% interest in the southern area of SC 51 through shouldering all the costs of drilling an exploratory well in the area.

SC 51 is divided into northern (on-shore) and southern areas (off-shore Cebu). The on-shore prospect, Duhat, is situated on the northern tip of Leyte.

Northern Leyte has been described by geologists as containing the most natural oil seeps in the Philippine archipelago. Duhat was drilled in 2011 but the well reached only 321 m, far from the programmed 1,000 m depth, when it had to be abandoned due to adverse pressures. Despite the shortfall, oil and gas indications were observed and a working seal and structure conductive of hydrocarbon entrapment were proven, indicating the presence of an active petroleum system. New seismic data is scheduled to be acquired in July or August of 2012 to locate a new well on the same prospect.

Geothermal Energy

The DOE awarded PERC the Maibarara geothermal service contract in February 2010. In May 2010, the company entered into a joint venture agreement through the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, PetroGreen Energy Corp. (PGEC), with Transa-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corporation (TA) and state owned PNOC Renewables Corporation (PNOC-RC) to jointly develop and operate the 20 MW geothermal power project.

In August 2010, a joint venture company Maibarara Geothermal, Inc. (MGI) was incorporated with PGEC owning 65%, TA (25%), and PNOC-RC (10%). The Company expects MGI to be in commercial operations by the 2nd half of 2013.

 

Wind Power

The Company’s Nabas Wind Power Project shows promising results where data gathered indicated that it can sustain 40-50 MW wind farm development.

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Disclaimer: I do not claim to be an expert and nothing I say should be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell.

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