EVEP 1Q16: Lost $62M, Production Up 17%

EVEP logoAs we reported in March, EV Energy Partners (EVEP)–an upstream master limited partnership (MLP) created by EnerVest that holds enormous acreage in the Ohio Utica Shale play–is in survival mode (see EV Energy Partners: No New Utica Wells in 2016, in Survival Mode). In April the company quit paying unit holders (see Problem: EV Energy Partners Quits Paying Unit Holders ). Yesterday EVEP issued their first quarter 2016 update. In 4Q15 EVEP lost $71.3 million. In 1Q16 they lost $61.7 million–so at least their losses are getting smaller. However, total debt remains concerningly high–at $638 million. One small bright spot: EVEP’s production increased 17% year over year from 172.5 million cubic feet equivalent per day (Mmcfe/d) in 1Q15 to 201.4 Mmcfe/d in 1Q16. Here’s the latest update…

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