OIL AND GAS RESERVE QUANTITIES (UNAUDITED)
The reserve information presented below is based upon reports prepared by the independent petroleum engineering firm of Williamson Petroleum Consultants, Inc. ("Williamson") as of June 30, 1994, June 30, 1993,
and October 1, 1992 (adjusted to June 30, 1992 by the company). The information is presented in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Securities and Exchange
Commission. The company emphasizes that reserve estimates ate inherently imprecise. The company's reserve
estimates were generally based upon extrapolation of historical production trends, analogy to similar properties and volumetric calculations. Accordingly, these estimates
are expected to change, and such changes could be material, as future information becomes available.
Proved oil and gas reserves represent the estimated quantities of crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids which geological and engineering data demonstrate with reasonable certainty to be recoverable in future years from known reservoirs under existing economic and operating conditions. Proved developed oil and gas reserves are those expected to be recovered through existing wells with
existing equipment and operating methods. Presented below is a summary of changes in estimated reserves of the company based upon the reports prepared by Williamson.
JUNE 30, 1994 OIL (MBBL)
JUNE 30, 1992
11,147 1,576 (2,427) (276) (398)
68,618 15,078 3,529 (2,677) (4,789)
3,212 10,140 (1,746) (374) (97)
Proved reserves, beginning of year Extensions, discoveries and other additions Revisions of previous estimate Production Sale of reserves-in-place Purchase of undeveloped reserves-in-place Proved reserves, end of year
(868) (537) (6,398)
79,763 82,965 (5,523) (6,927) (33,212)
Proved developed reserves, end of year
17,334 60,745 (5,504) (1,252) (2,718)
On October 25, 1993, the company entered into a joint
The revisions in the company's estimated quantities of
development agreement ("Joint Development Agreement") with Union Pacific Resources Company ("UPRC"), the oil and gas production subsidiary of Union Pacific
oil and gas are attributable to revised estimates by
Corporation, and privately held GeoSouthern Energy Corporation ("GeoSouthern"). UPRC and GeoSouthern have agreed to combine their leasehold position with the company's contractual rights in a 20,000 gross acre development area in the Fayette County portion of the Giddings Field in southern Texas. The company entered into the Joint Development Agreement with the objective of enhancing the rate of return on capital invested in this
area by optimizing well spacing and applying recent advances in drilling technology. The company's estimated ownership interests in the proved undeveloped properties
covered by the Joint Development Agreement
significantly less than those used in the June 30, 1993 reserve report. The impact of the reduced ownership percentages is reflected as sales of reserves in place in the preceding table.
JUNE 30, 1993
Williamson. For fiscal 1992, significant downward revisions were attributed to the company's interests in the
First Shot Field in Texas. At the end of fiscal 1993, Williamson significantly reduced the estimated quantities of oil and significantly increased the estimated quantities of gas attributable to the company's interests in the Giddings Field in Texas to reflect the higher gas to oil production ratio experienced by the company in fiscal 1993. STANDARDIZED MEASURE OF DISCOUNTED FUTURE NET
CASH FLOWS (UNAUDITED)
SFAS No. 69 prescribes guidelines for computing a standardized measure of future net cash flows and changes therein relating to estimated proved reserves. The company has followed these guidelines which are briefly discussed below.
Future cash inflows and future production and development costs are determined by applying year-end
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