Lynden Energy Corp. has posted a new Investor Presentation on their website. A couple highlights:
1. Wolfberry project now includes 5,985 net acres with 250 BOE/day and estimated production of 450 to 500 BOE/day by the end of 2011.
2. Lynden has 9 gross producing Wolfberry wells and 7 that have been spud or awaiting completion. They have a 43.75% working interest in all but one of those wells. They anticipate 23 gross producing wells and 5 spud by the end of 2011.
3. "Repeatable nature of Wolfberry allows for conservative use of debt financing." This would reduce the need to issue more stock preventing further dilution.
4. Developing "Land Rush" throughout the Eastern Shelf of the Permian Basin with the Mississippian as the primary driver. The Mississippian is being developed in Eastern Oklahoma on similar rock packages as exists at Mitchell Ranch by Chesapeake, Eagle Energy, Sandridge and Range Resources.