CO2 Captured from Industrial Sources

LaBarge Field. We acquired an overriding royalty interest equivalent to an approximate one-third ownership interest in ExxonMobil’s CO2 reserves in LaBarge Field in the fourth quarter of 2012 as part of a sale and exchange transaction with ExxonMobil. LaBarge Field is located in southwestern Wyoming, and as of December 31, 2020, our interest in LaBarge Field consisted of approximately 1.1 Tcf of proved CO2 reserves. During 2020, we received an average of approximately 85 MMcf/d of CO2 from the Shute Creek gas processing plant at LaBarge Field that we used in our Rocky Mountain region CO2 floods. Based on current capacity, and subject to availability of CO2, we currently expect our CO2 volumes from Shute Creek to increase in future years. We pay ExxonMobil a fee to process and deliver the CO2, which we use in our Rocky Mountain region CO2 floods.

Lost Cabin. We have a contract in place to receive all of the CO2 from the ConocoPhillips-operated Lost Cabin gas plant in central Wyoming, which we estimate has the capability to provide us as much as 30 MMcf/d of CO2 for use in our Rocky Mountain region CO2 floods. We currently estimate that our existing CO2 sources, plus additional CO2 from those or other CO2 sources in the region, are sufficient to carry out our base Rocky Mountain region EOR development plans.

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