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It's another way to raise cash. Oil companies always need money. They're always drilling more wells, and it costs lots and lots of money to do that. So, it's a way to do that and maybe free up some cash flow now that they can use to buy back stock, pay down debts, something like that.

I do think it'll probably become a trend to watch for investors, especially those that like income, because that's what these are geared toward. Sciple: It's a novel way to raise cash. When it comes to the energy game, cash is king, it seems to be the case.

Let's talk about another player in the Bakken region. Hess has some plays going on in the Bakken. They're also involved in Guyana. Do you want to talk about what's going on with Hess? What's going on in the Bakken with them? How does the Bakken fit into their overall strategy for the business?

Dilallo: Hess has been an interesting name. They've really reshaped their portfolio the last couple of years. They sold off a lot of different things. They sold off their Utica shale stuff, they sold off a lot of international plays.

But they've kept what they think are the best. In their case, it's the Bakken. Hess is one of the better drillers out there. They have a manufacturing process that they've taken toward it, where they're drilling wells focused on cutting costs and really manufacturing oil out there by drilling wells that they have a high probability of delivering certain production growth rates and certain returns. They're using things like the Bakken, Guyana, as the growth engine of the company.

Higher oil prices free up some more inventory. There's plenty of growth out there. They just added another rig earlier this year, they plan on adding another rig. Lots of growth out in the Bakken. That will help them in the near-term while they and ExxonMobil ramp up this Guyana find, which is truly amazing. It has loads and loads of low-cost oil out there. Hess sees that as being the next growth driver, probably when that'll come online.

These two plays are so high-margin, will produce so much money. Really interesting long-term name. Sciple: Let's talk a little bit more about, in Guyana, Hess' partnership with Exxon, that relationship there. Exxon is the operator there. How advantageous is that for Hess?

That has to be a great resource to have, partnering with such a large oil player like Exxon. Dilallo: Yeah, Exxon is one of the better companies in the business at drilling for returns. They've been phenomenal over the years at some of the interesting metrics, like returns on capital employed. Because they're so focused on returns, that's what benefits Hess here.

Exxon will invest in this play because it's going to produce long-term returns and very good returns. Exxon sees this as being one of the key drivers, along with the Permian, of enabling it to double earnings by For a company the size of Exxon, that's a huge, huge growth potential. So, for Hess to be a partner on this, it's really a great deal for Hess.

Exxon knows how to drill, knows how to produce oil. I like Hess specifically because it's locked in. But you add the two together, and it's a really nice company to follow. Sciple: When you look at management's presentations, they talk about that Guyana and the Bakken are their growth drivers, but they have some other plays that are more of their cash flow drivers that they use to feed those growth engines. That's their assets in Malaysia and the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

These are things that don't require a lot of capex to keep throwing off cash, but they can really use those other assets that they have to generate cash, to really invest in those big growth drivers, like you mentioned in Guyana and the Bakken. Dilallo: Right. That's something that investors should look at when they're looking at oil companies. Some, like Continental, are just focused on shale plays. These pump in a lot of money upfront, and they produce really fast. Then there's longer-term things like offshore, oil sands, LNG.

They take a lot of money upfront, and take years before they come online, but then they produce lots of cash and production for years to come. That's what Guyana will be. It's a large upfront investment, but in the future, it'll turn out to be like Malaysia, like the Gulf of Mexico, where it can produce cash flow for years to come with little long-term investment. That's another reason why I like Hess over a company such as Continental.

It does have these cash flow drivers, so it'll make more steady income over the years. It just reduces the risk for, if oil prices were to collapse again, we'd see the Bakken shale probably not grow as fast, which would hurt Continental, but it probably wouldn't hurt Hess' long-term growth. Sciple: We wanted to mention, for folks that are income investors, Hess also has a midstream entity that you can buy shares in.

Strong financials, no debt. Dilallo: If investors don't want to be exposed to oil prices, Hess Midstream is an interesting way to play the Bakken without having that exposure to oil prices. It basically builds gathering pipelines, which are the need to hook oil and gas wells to the country's midstream pipeline system. It helps Hess be able to get this production to customers. It's basically like a toll booth, and they just collect steady cash flow as volumes flow through.

They're able to take that cash flow, reinvest some of it into building more pipelines, more processing facilities, that sort of thing, and then distributing it to shareholders. They have no debt. They cover their dividend very well with cash flow. Those volumes will flow through the midstream pipelines, generating cash flow. Add in the potential to help third parties out, and I think it's a really interesting way to play the Bakken without getting all that exposure to oil.

Sciple: Going away, we've talked about how we got here with the Bakken, where the Bakken is today. Looking forward into the future, what's your view of the prospects for the Bakken going forward the next five years or so? And, how does the Bakken relate to the other shale plays in the United States? To the Permian and other places across the country? How do you think investment in the Bakken might be affected by what happens in these other shale plays?

It's growing so fast. Too fast, actually, because they've run out of pipeline room. That's not going to be solved until next year. Because drillers can't grow in the Permian, those that have assets in other areas will need to either slow down or move that capital to places like Bakken and Eagle Ford. We could see them move some rigs up the Bakken in the next year, at least, especially with how good the returns are up there. And, it just makes sense to diversify. Not only are there issues with pipelines, but there's issues with not having enough service capacity, there aren't enough people on the ground, there aren't enough pumping units, and all those different things that go into tracking a well.

There just isn't enough of that in the Permian. There is more capacity in places like the Bakken. I think that'll draw companies. They'll look at returns, and they'll see, "Hey, you can get a really good return in the Bakken. Let's pour some money out there.

Sciple: Awesome, great stuff for our listeners. I think, especially as the Permian continues to tighten, the Bakken is going to continue to look like a compelling oil play going forward. Thanks for coming on, Matt! Anything you want to say going away for our listeners? I'd definitely look at oil stocks. I think the Bakken's a good place to look at with the Permian. Continental, Hess, companies that own multiple shale plays, I think investors can make some money going forward.

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Search Search:. Oct 26, at PM. You can follow him on Twitter for the latest news and analysis of the energy and materials industries: Follow matthewdilallo. Stock Advisor launched in February of Some offshore sectors have seen investment declines approaching 70 percent. Biggs outlined what the current state of play in the upstream sector as far as investments are concerned, setting the table for how the leap in energy demand could be addressed.

To that end Hess, he said, has positioned itself by shedding some assets in the Utica and Permian basins, while focusing on the Bakken formation and overseas in Guyana. He pointed to projects like the recently completed Dakota Access Pipeline DAPL that allows the company to be well-positioned for near term expansion. The question is how do we ensure our that the necessary investments are made to meet the energy the world demands?

For the oil and gas industry, this means developing and investing in important resource plays both in the offshore and onshore and throughout the business cycle. However creating the right environment for industry to invest requires governments and policy makers to partner with industry to understand the challenges and potential barriers to investment.

In fact it is perhaps overlooked by many, but Biggs argues, that we should not take for granted the direct benefits that the oil and gas industry can deliver even during a low price environment.

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That's a ridiculous increase in the recoverable oil, which has really been made possible by this hydraulic fracturing. A stat that I saw which blew my mind is that North Dakota is the No. Everybody thinks about Alaska and Texas, but over there in North Dakota, these shale oil plays have really opened up. What's the Bakken looking like today? What's the production profile? What are the prospects going forward?

Dilallo: Because oil prices dipped, that really hurt the Bakken. As the oil prices went down, companies just didn't have the money to drill. That caused production to fall off during , I think it peaked at around 1. It dipped below a million for a while. But with oil prices rising, and companies were able to cut their costs, they've really started to ramp up drilling up there.

The latest peak I saw was 1. A lot of that has come because they've figured out better ways to drill wells. They're drilling them faster, they're drilling them more productively, they're using more sand as they're fracturing.

That's allowed them to produce more oil per well, which has made it so much more profitable. I saw a stat from Continental Resources back in That's a huge gain in how much they can make on these wells. That's what's driving this production. They think it could reach two million barrels a day eventually. That's a large chunk of oil coming from a relatively under-appreciated oil play up there in North Dakota.

We were talking before the show that as a result of this big spike in oil production in the Bakken, we've seen some pipeline capacity become a little strained. Do you want to talk a little bit about that and what risks that may pose for the play over the next 12 months or so? Dilallo: Pipelines have been an issue in the Bakken since the beginning.

A couple of years ago, they were trying to build what was called the Bakken Pipeline. But it's very controversial. It made the news. It was delayed for a while. They finally got that online and that's really helped boost production lately.

However, it's basically full. Initially, it was a , barrel a day pipeline. It's currently over , barrels a day because they've been able to make some slight changes. However, with it basically full, they're asking shippers if they want to take some more capacity. If they do, then they're going to make some changes, add some pumping stations, to boost that pipeline. In addition to that, you've got natural gas that they used to flare up there, just burn it off, because there were no pipelines.

Now, they've got the processing plants and the pipelines to get that out. However, again, that's filling up. Kinder Morgan , they mentioned that they're looking at some natural gas pipeline possibilities. Maybe taking it down the Rockies, maybe going to California. The third thing they produce out there is natural gas liquids, NGLs. There's a lot of pipelines that they're building, there's a lot of pipelines that need to be built. There's huge opportunity, especially for income investors that are looking for growth and income.

Pipeline companies that are building in the Bakken could be pretty big in the future. It just goes to show that over the long-term, they're expecting oil to continue to come out of this region and for production to continue going forward. Let's talk about some of the players in the Bakken that investors maybe should be aware of, maybe should pay attention to, for their portfolios.

To start off, let's talk about Continental Resources. It's one of the largest players in the region. They claim to be the largest leaseholder in the Bakken. What's going on with Continental Resources right now? What should investors pay attention to? Dilallo: They've been the first mover out there, so they were able to gobble up a bunch land back in the early part of the drilling boom. They've been able to drill. They have so much drillable land out there that they can grow and grow and grow.

In addition to that, they can produce cash flow. Back during the drilling boom, companies were just drilling as fast as they could. They were taking on debt, issuing new stock, whatever they could to drill more wells. Now, with returns as good as they are, companies like Continental are able to just produce excess cash and still grow fast. It's great for investors because now they're actually making profits. Continental's case, they might use that money to institute a dividend.

It's crazy for shale companies to actually pay a dividend, but that's what they're looking at. They could possibly buy back stock. They're also using that money to do some creative things. They're doing a mineral partnership with Franco-Nevada , which is a gold and silver streaming company. They can use this as another growth vehicle. There's a lot that they're doing out there. Their founder has been one of the champions of shale, Harold Hamm.

He's constantly on things like CNB talking about how great the Bakken can be. He's really done a good job putting together a company that's geared toward that play. Sciple: Let's talk a little bit more about this partnership with Franco-Nevada. It was really interesting to me. I saw in one of the more recent Continental Resources' earnings calls, John Hart, their CFO and treasurer, said that this is a first-of-its-kind partnership between a streaming-type resource company and a shale producer.

They're partnering together to where Franco-Nevada is going to help purchase the new leases while Continental is going to work along with them to choose the new places that they're interested in drilling. They'll get some investment from Franco-Nevada to help supply that. When you look at this deal, do you think this is something that could become a trend more long-term for other shale players?

What kind of opportunities do you think this provides differently than the way things have been done in the past? Dilallo: It looks like it could be a trend. It's the second type of these companies that's formed.

They've used it kind of like an MLP. They've converted it to a corporation, but where they would drop down these royalty acres or acquire these royalty acres, and they'd use that to generate cash flow that they'd pay to investors. It's kind of an income-producing vehicle. In Continental Resources' case, they're going to use this initially as a growth vehicle.

They're going to try to buy up some more of these royalties and build up a company that they could turn into an IPO. They could split it off. They have a lot of options for it. It's another way to raise cash. Oil companies always need money. They're always drilling more wells, and it costs lots and lots of money to do that. So, it's a way to do that and maybe free up some cash flow now that they can use to buy back stock, pay down debts, something like that.

I do think it'll probably become a trend to watch for investors, especially those that like income, because that's what these are geared toward. Sciple: It's a novel way to raise cash. When it comes to the energy game, cash is king, it seems to be the case. Let's talk about another player in the Bakken region.

Hess has some plays going on in the Bakken. They're also involved in Guyana. Do you want to talk about what's going on with Hess? What's going on in the Bakken with them? How does the Bakken fit into their overall strategy for the business? Dilallo: Hess has been an interesting name. They've really reshaped their portfolio the last couple of years. They sold off a lot of different things. They sold off their Utica shale stuff, they sold off a lot of international plays.

But they've kept what they think are the best. In their case, it's the Bakken. Hess is one of the better drillers out there. They have a manufacturing process that they've taken toward it, where they're drilling wells focused on cutting costs and really manufacturing oil out there by drilling wells that they have a high probability of delivering certain production growth rates and certain returns. They're using things like the Bakken, Guyana, as the growth engine of the company.

Higher oil prices free up some more inventory. There's plenty of growth out there. They just added another rig earlier this year, they plan on adding another rig. Lots of growth out in the Bakken. That will help them in the near-term while they and ExxonMobil ramp up this Guyana find, which is truly amazing.

It has loads and loads of low-cost oil out there. Hess sees that as being the next growth driver, probably when that'll come online. These two plays are so high-margin, will produce so much money. Really interesting long-term name. Sciple: Let's talk a little bit more about, in Guyana, Hess' partnership with Exxon, that relationship there.

Exxon is the operator there. How advantageous is that for Hess? That has to be a great resource to have, partnering with such a large oil player like Exxon. Dilallo: Yeah, Exxon is one of the better companies in the business at drilling for returns. They've been phenomenal over the years at some of the interesting metrics, like returns on capital employed. How the industry meets that demand, from shale basin plays to export capabilities, he said, would be the focus of his talk. Some offshore sectors have seen investment declines approaching 70 percent.

Biggs outlined what the current state of play in the upstream sector as far as investments are concerned, setting the table for how the leap in energy demand could be addressed. To that end Hess, he said, has positioned itself by shedding some assets in the Utica and Permian basins, while focusing on the Bakken formation and overseas in Guyana.

He pointed to projects like the recently completed Dakota Access Pipeline DAPL that allows the company to be well-positioned for near term expansion. The question is how do we ensure our that the necessary investments are made to meet the energy the world demands? For the oil and gas industry, this means developing and investing in important resource plays both in the offshore and onshore and throughout the business cycle.

However creating the right environment for industry to invest requires governments and policy makers to partner with industry to understand the challenges and potential barriers to investment.

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