Profile: MV Oil Trust (MVO.N)

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MV Oil Trust (the Trust), incorporated on August 3, 2006, is a statutory trust. The Trust acquires and holds a term net profits interest for the benefit of the Trust unitholders. MV Partners, LLC (MV Partners) is a limited liability company engaged in the exploration, development, production, gathering and aggregation and sale of oil and natural gas, primarily in the Mid-Continent region in the United States. The Trust has interest in underlying properties consisting of MV Partner's net interests in all of its oil and natural gas properties located in the Mid-Continent region in the states of Kansas and Colorado. These oil and gas properties include approximately 1,000 producing oil and gas wells. The Trust is managed by Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A. as Trustee. Approximately 62% of the net acres included in the Trust's underlying properties are located in the El Dorado Area, which is in southeastern Kansas, and in the Northwest Kansas Area.

El Dorado Area

The underlying properties located in the El Dorado Area are operated on behalf of MV Partners by Vess Oil and are located in the El Dorado, Augusta and Valley Center Fields. Vess Oil Corporation (Vess Oil) is involved in infill drilling, well re-entries, plugback and deepening recompletion operations, and various types of restimulation work and equipment optimization programs to reduce the natural decline in production from these fields. The El Dorado Field is located atop the Nemaha Ridge in Central Butler County, Kansas. Up to 15 horizons contain hydrocarbons, ranging from the Admire Sands, at a depth of 650 feet, to the Arbuckle Dolomite, at a depth of 2,500 feet. The primary producing intervals are the Admire, Lansing-Kansas City, Viola, Simpson and Arbuckle. The Augusta Field covers approximately 10 square miles of Butler County, Kansas. The Trust is primarily engaged in the production at the Arbuckle interval along with the Simpson and Lansing-Kansas City intervals. The Augusta Field is an extension of the El Dorado Field. The Valley Center Field covers approximately 60 square miles of Sedgwick County, Kansas. The Valley Center Field production operations are located at the Viola interval, which is located at an average depth of 2,500 feet.

Northwest Kansas Area

Each of Vess Oil and Murfin Drilling Company, Inc. (Murfin Drilling) operate leases on behalf of MV Partners at the underlying properties that are located in the Northwest Kansas Area. The primary fields in this area are the Bemis-Shutts, Trapp, Ray and Hansen Fields. Vess Oil and Murfin Drilling are engaged in polymer treatment program at these fields. The Bemis-Shutts Field is located on the Fairport Anticline within the Central Kansas Uplift. The field consists of 17,080 acres in northeastern Ellis and southeastern Rooks Counties, Kansas. The Trust is engaged in the production at the Arbuckle interval at a depth of 3,300 feet and the Lansing-Kansas City interval at a depth of 2,800 feet. The Trapp Field consists of 35,900 acres in Russell and Barton Counties, Kansas. Production is primarily from the Lansing-Kansas City and Shawnee limestones and the Arbuckle dolomite. The Hansen Field is located along the crest of the Stuttgart-Huffstutor Anticline. Production from this field is primarily come from the Lansing-Kansas City limestone. The Ray Field is located on the eastern flank of the Central Kansas Uplift. Production is primarily from the Arbuckle dolomite and the Gorham sands with additional production from the Lansing-Kansas City interval along the eastern flank of the field. The Hansen and Ray Fields consist of over 7,000 acres in Philips and Norton Counties, Kansas. Murfin Drilling operates the leases held by MV Partners in the Trapp, Hansen and Ray Fields.

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MV Oil Trust

919 Congress Ave Fl 5
AUSTIN   TX   78701-2102
P: +1800.8521422
F: +1302.6555049

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