Tuesday, November 07, 2023
Alvopetro Energy Ltd.’s vision is to become a leading independent upstream and midstream operator in Brazil. Our strategy is to unlock the on-shore natural gas potential in the state of Bahia in Brazil, building off the development of our Caburé natural gas field and our strategic midstream infrastructure.
Michael Heim, Senior Vice President, Equity Research Analyst, Energy & Transportation, Noble Capital Markets, Inc.
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Production in the month of October was 1,839 boe/d, up from 1,203 boe/d in September. Production has been anemic in recent months due to partner nomination issues in the Cabure field and demand issues by Bahia Gas. The production increase, and the fact that it largely came from the Cabure field, is a positive indication that Alvopetro’s growth plans are getting back on track. Management has set a near-term goal of reaching 3,000 boe/d and a long-term goal of 5,833 boe/d.
Speaking of growth, results from a new oil well look positive. Alvopetro completed the BL-6 well in the Bom Lugar field. The well is averaging 13 boe/d, more that all other existing oil production. The Bom Lugar field could be an important field for the company as it seeks to expand operations and reduce dependency upon natural gas sales to Bahia Gas. We believe the success of the BL-6 well will lead to management putting additional resources into the Bom Lugar field.
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