Why Invest in Sintana Energy

Sintana is the only public company that offers investors a chance to play multiple value creation scenarios in some of the world’s most prolific oil & gas regions.

A portfolio of substantial resource opportunities diversified by geography, geology, operator, basin, play type and contractual structure – predominantly carried (no short term capital required from Sintana) through near-term exploration, appraisal and development. We provide unique and strategic exposure to both offshore and onshore projects in Namibia, the next world class hydrocarbon province and the unconventional resources on Block VMM-37 which is located in Colombia’s prolific Middle Magdalena Basin.

The Right Opportunity

Sintana Energy has a portfolio of substantial resource opportunities diversified by geography, geology, basin and play types. Our preferred structure is to partner with major operators whereby the company is carried (no short term capital required from Sintana Energy) through near-term exploration, appraisal and development.

World Class Operators in Colombia & Namibia

Interests in Significant Acreage Position

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The Right Place

In Colombia, the unconventional pilot program at Block VMM-37 which is located in Colombia’s prolific Middle Magdalena Basin has the potential for significant resources.

Sintana Energy has exposure to both onshore and offshore Namibia exploration activity with several blocks near billion barrel discoveries in the Orange Basin. Offshore Namibia is emerging as the world’s next great hydrocarbon province.

The Right Time

Sintana Energy provides a unique and strategic exposure to both offshore and onshore projects in Namibia, the next world class hydrocarbon province. Recent discoveries include the multi-billion-barrel offshore discoveries by Total (Venus-1) and Shell (Graff-1) and to an onshore opportunity near ReconAfrica. Our Orange Basin blocks sit directly to the west of the Kudu Gas Field currently being developed by BW Energy.

Next door to a huge offshore discoveries in Namibia

Highly experienced management team.

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The Right Team

We have an experienced team of industry veterans with a proven track record of international success. Our senior management team bring with them decades of experience in all aspects of oil and natural gas operations, corporate management and business plan execution. In particular, the management team has longstanding personal familiarity and a track record of success in the geological and geographical location of key producing assets.

The Right Company

Well Capitalized and Carried on most projects

Using our experience and expertise to appropriately structure and capitalize opportunities management has acquired a portfolio of carried interests in exploration and development projects with major upside potential with limited additional capital required from the Company. Our strategy is to partner with experienced operators and participants who have a demonstrated track record of success with a focus develop significant opportunities in highly prospective geographies where exploration and production activity is increasing.

  • Public vehicle that provides exposure to the recent multi-billion-barrel offshore discoveries by Total (Venus-1) and Shell (Graff-1) as well as to onshore development near ReconAfrica in Namibia.
  • Well capitalized with a strong balance sheet and carried on most projects
  • Exposure to an exciting, active and high-profile exploration geography both onshore and offshore in Namibia – multiple, near-term catalysts (Venus-2, Graff-2 and ReconAfrica).
  • Asset portfolio exposure to large resources diversified by geography, geology, operator, basin, play type and contractual structure – predominantly carried (no near-term capital required).
  • Multiple additional upcoming catalysts in both Namibia and Colombia and well positioned for continued growth.

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