SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Jul 8, 2015) – BNK Petroleum Inc. (
The Energy Report: Wolf, how did you become involved with BNK Petroleum Inc.?
Wolf Regener: I was one of the people who got Bankers Petroleum Ltd. into the U.S. shale business originally. I decided to do something else with that business and convinced the board and shareholders to spin BNK out of Bankers Petroleum and into our own entity.
TER: What are BNK’s principal selling points?
WR: We have a great, low-risk asset base with the Caney shale in Oklahoma, which we feel has a very large upside value potential. Last year’s reserve report had 37 million barrels (37 MMbbl) of proven and probable (2P) reserves and more than 70 MMbbl proven, probable and possible (3P) reserves. The 2P number was $500M and the 3P number was $875M. In addition, these reserves were on only 63% of our acreage. But we have a lot of geological data that support those numbers, because we drilled wells through the Caney into the Woodford when we developed that.
We have a play that gets better and better every time we drill a well. We also have 3-D seismic survey across the acreage…
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