standardize • commoditize • monetize

standardize • commoditize • monetize

A capital markets innovation that changes
the game for Permian E&P’s

Liquidity Transparency Efficiency

A capital markets innovation
that changes the game for
Permian E&P’s

Liquidity Transparency Efficiency

What is SLU?

Why Now?

Who Built It?

What Is Happening?

SLU is a financial marketplace that creates and exposes a standardized, tradeable security created by combining future cash flows of Permian Basin acreage with a development plan and a rating

The Permian Basin has been the most important resource base in the world for nearly a decade, but its historical sources of capital have gone missing. By combining Permian Basin Operating Expertise with strict Non-Venting governance, the SLU Marketplace brings Direct Investment opportunities for investors eager to add positive impact

Leading Permian E&P ́s have agreed to participate in the SLU Marketplace and are enrolling assets in the ledger to catalyze market liquidity

SLU is a financial marketplace that creates and exposes a standardized, tradeable security created by combining future cash flows of Permian Basin acreage with a development plan and a rating

The Permian Basin has been the most important resource base in the world for nearly a decade, but its historical sources of capital have gone missing. By combining Permian Basin Operating Expertise with strict Non-Venting governance, the SLU Marketplace brings Direct Investment opportunities for investors eager to add positive impact

Leading Permian E&P ́s have agreed to participate in the SLU Marketplace and are enrolling assets in the ledger to catalyze market liquidity

relevant • transparentsimple

relevant • transparentsimple

Process
Establishment of a New Asset Class

  • Starting point – a 1280 acre double section parcel
  • Creation of an LLC called Super Location Entity (SLE), using the standardized JOA and a development plan provided by the Prime Operator
  • Rating of the SLE by Ryder Scott, which determines the technically recoverable volume of the Super Location, and provides a quality and commerciality grade of each formation.
  • Listing – After the WI are swapped for units in the SLE, the SLE is listed on the SLU Marketplace along with associated formation, development start dates and ratings.
  • Offer Submissions – Armed with the security of standardization, and the transparency from the rating, the new investor base submits offers for any size portions of the SLE

    The simplification brought by the standardization, and the transparency from the rating will:

    1. Expose the tremendous value of undeveloped Permian Acreage
    2. Bring more capital to the basin – generating drilling capital
    3. Enable operational excellence

    Value Discovery for Both Sides of the Bridge

    Value for E&P’s

    • New arrow-in-the-quiver of their efforts to manage long-dated inventory portfolios
    • Price discovery
    • Empowerment of responsible managers within E&Ps
    • Assets rated as non-venting will attract higher premiums in the marketplace, compared to those that do not meet the specifications

    Value for Investors

    • Diversified Portfolio – reducing value at risk
    • Optionality of choosing when to develop
    • Real-Asset Ownership
    • Early mover advantage: financing the creation of Non-Venting facilities can produce higher returns over a shorter period of time
    • Opportunity for adding impact addressing non-venting, aiming at GHG reductions up to 90%

    Non-Venting SLE´s

    Bringing about large, immediate and sustainable
    impact by ensuring methane management

    Methane management is critical in fighting global warming, but it is not addressed effectively by simply reducing fossil fuel use.

    There are big cost-effective abatement opportunities in the Oil & Gas sector. Traditionally, the focus has been on Scope 3, or indirect emissions, particularly those generated post-production. The challenge is to manage existing emissions all stages of from production today. Having efficient ways to monitor and manage emissions means being more competitive.

    The SLU Marketplace provides a way for E&P’s efforts in managing and tracking emissions to lead to Higher Asset valuation while addressing the two main issues faced by those looking to invest in the industry today:

    • Lack of transparency in reporting
    • Overall carbon footprint of producing assets

      Achieved through:

      1. New Infrastructures Engineered for a Minimal Impact:
        Non-Venting facility design and volume tracking
      2. Accurate Reporting of Emissions:
        Third-party engineering assessment and onsite control of venting
      3. Transparent Governance:
        An agreement and monitoring process to govern operator design,
        and measurement approach

      Bringing about large, immediate and sustainable impact by ensuring methane management

      Methane management is critical in fighting global warming, but it is not addressed effectively by simply reducing fossil fuel use.

      There are big cost-effective abatement opportunities in the Oil & Gas sector. Traditionally, the focus has been on Scope 3, or indirect emissions, particularly those generated post-production. The challenge is to manage existing emissions all stages of from production today. Having efficient ways to monitor and manage emissions means being more competitive.

      The SLU Marketplace provides a way for E&P’s efforts in managing and tracking emissions to lead to Higher Asset valuation while addressing the two main issues faced by those looking to invest in the industry today:

      • Lack of transparency in reporting
      • Overall carbon footprint of producing assets

      Achieved through:

      1. New Infrastructures Engineered for a Minimal Impact:
        Non-Venting facility design and volume tracking
      2. Accurate Reporting of Emissions:
        Third-party engineering assessment and onsite control of venting
      3. Transparent Governance:
        An agreement and monitoring process to govern operator design,
        and measurement approach

      Non-Venting SLE´s

      What is a Super Location Entity (SLE)?

      The Super Location Entity (SLE) is not an O&G Company BUT a direct collaborative and compliant initiative. A direct project where Institutional Investors, SLU staff, and E&Ps activist employees work together to achieve large, immediate and sustainable positive impact.

      A High Impact, High Yield Investment Opportunity to participate directly in a 1280 acres drilling unit in the Permian Basin in Texas.

      What is a Super Location Entity (SLE)?

      The Super Location Entity (SLE) is not an O&G Company BUT a direct collaborative and compliant initiative. A direct project where Institutional Investors, SLU staff, and E&Ps activist employees work together to achieve large, immediate and sustainable positive impact.

      A High Impact, High Yield Investment Opportunity to participate directly in a 1280 acres drilling unit in the Permian Basin in Texas.

      Illustrating a specific and actual
      example provided by a SLU
      Marketplace E&P participant:

      Over the life of the SLE the GHG emissions reduction will be of
      464,000 tons of CO2e

      SLU Enterprise, in partnership with Permian Basin operators, has established
      an improved facility design, along with volume measurement and reporting specifications
      to prevent any emission of natural gas directly to the atmosphere, for an asset
      to be considered for NVA (Non-Venting Asset) status.

      Illustrating a specific and actual example provided by a SLU Marketplace E&P participant:

      Over the life of the SLE the GHG emissions reduction will be of 464,000 tons of CO2e

      SLU Enterprise, in partnership with Permian Basin operators, has established an improved facility design along with volume measurement and reporting specifications to prevent any emission of natural gas directly to the atmosphere, for an asset to be considered for NVA (Non-Venting Asset) status.

      The Truth Is:
      The World Needs Oil

      The world is ignoring the fact Oil & Gas will be needed until 2050. The reality is oil is necessary for the transition to take place

      The truth is: The world needs oil

      The world is ignoring the fact
      Oil & Gas will be needed until 2050.
      The reality is oil is necessary
      for the transition to take place

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      • 80% of the world’s energy consumption relies on fossil sources*
      • Today there is not yet enough renewable energy to meet this demand: The world can’t do without
      • Scarcity of oil too soon would cause unprecedented social unrests and Energy transition efforts would be stalled
      • Venting and Leaks releases estimated over 200 Million Tons of GHG emissions every year in the Permian Basin. In 2019, EIA writes “There are no proper incentives to change this behavior”. In 2021 S&P acknowledges this is a World Climate Emergency and launches a new marketplace for Methane Performance Credits to create a real economic incentive for investors and Oil & Gas producers to curb deadly methane emissions

      Positive environmental impact is possible through responsible oil production

      Non-Venting SLE´s have real
      potential for UN Sustainable
      Development Goals

           SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

      • Sustainable industrialization
      • Implementation of new technology
      • Facility design
      • Expanding of methane monitoring capabilities

             SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production

        • Efficient methane management
        • Improvement of supply chain sustainability

             SDG 13: Climate Action

        • Adaptive capacity to climate change impacts
        • Large and Immediate Methane Reductions (with noticeable impact)

        Non-Venting SLE´s have real potential for UN Sustainable Development Goals

         SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

        • Sustainable industrialization
        • Implementation of new technology
        • Facility design
        • Expanding of methane monitoring capabilities

        SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production

        • Efficient methane management
        • Improvement of supply chain sustainability

           SDG 13: Climate Action

        • Adaptive capacity to climate change impacts
        • Large and Immediate Methane Reductions (with noticeable impact)

         

        SLU is right
        for any type of investor

        SLU is a driving force to a more transparent and ESG driven Oil & Gas asset market

        SLU is a driving force to a more transparent and ESG driven Oil & Gas asset market

        Historically, the only option for investors to participate in the energy space was through public equities, private equities, or risky non-operated interests in assets, with little-to-no influence on how these assets were developed or operated. Instead, the SLU Marketplace will create a new standardized commodity of “oil in the rock”, an opportunity to leverage climate awareness within O&G industry.

        Direct Asset exposure to the best Permian Basin acreage that will produce O&G in the most responsible way.

        Historically, the only option for investors to participate in the energy space was through public equities, private equities, or risky non-operated interests in assets, with little-to-no influence on how these assets were developed or operated. Instead, the SLU Marketplace will create a new standardized commodity of “oil in the rock”, an opportunity to leverage climate awareness within O&G industry.

        Direct Asset exposure to the best Permian Basin acreage that will produce O&G in the most responsible way.

        Investors in SLU

        Family Offices

        • Investing for cash flows
        • Diversification on several SLE shares reduces risks
        • Depending on sophistication, take speculative positions on evolution on Ryder Scott rating

        Insurance Companies

        • ESG is a must have (regulations, internal policies, members)
        • Cash Flows from SLEs is the main motivation. Insurers will invest ahead of capital calls to get financial returns on investments
        • Long dated developments are interesting hedges against inflation
        • SLU Notes provides good yields within ESG ecosystem with great trading MTM collateral

        Hedge Funds

        • Arbitraging SLE shares vs the price of Oil & Gas
        • Trading SLE Shares on news flows
        • Read across from value of SLEs to Capitalization of listed E&Ps
        • Accumulate positions and trigger changes of Prime Operators for good reasons
        • Price discovery on all different parameters leads to better hedging

        Trading Firms

        • Take speculative positions ahead of evolution on Ryder Scott rating, deep knowledge of well control
        • Take positions in core Permian Basin, strategic oil
        • Options on future delivery of Oil & Gas returns in several years
        • Arbitraging with crude oil future deliveries

        Large Asset Managers

        • ESG is a must have (regulations, internal policies, members)
        • Diversification on a new asset class, low correlation with existing portfolio
        • Access to real assets with no specific knowledge – Heavy reliance on RSC rating
        • Access good returns in hard-to-find ESG assets
        • Make an immediate impact

        E&Ps and O&G Specialists

        • Creating SLEs and listing them on Marketplace
        • Transition to lighter balance sheets and Asset Management remuneration Model
        • Arbitraging SLE shares depending on quality of Rock and perceived evolution of technology
        • Trading SLE Shares on news flows
        • Sell SLE shares for Capex Funding

        Pension Funds

        • Creating SLEs and listing them on Marketplace
        • Transition to lighter balance sheets and Asset Management remuneration Model
        • Arbitraging SLE shares depending on quality of Rock and perceived evolution of technology
        • Trading SLE Shares on news flows
        • Sell SLE shares for Capex Funding

        Lenders

        • Safer lending thanks to liquid Mark to Market Collateral
        • Lower yields but better margins through bulk lending to portfolios of SLE notes
        • Finance Extra Capex for ESG compliance made easier with ESG trading premium increasing value of collateral.

        Sovereign Funds

        • Build Strategic Positions on Crème de la Crème Oil & Gas assets
        • Gain exposure to Future Production of Oil & Gas
        • Back outstanding Operating Companies by accumulating positions on their SLEs
        • Convince/push E&Ps to transition to leaner balance sheets for better investors ROI
        • ESG is a key angle to make sure portfolio stands future policy changes

        SPAC

        Leveraging Specialist Investors higher financial skills:

        • Transformation of Raw Acres in an ESG Investable Product
        • A shorter timeframe: 18 months to 3 year process
        • Large valuation differential (up to 7 times return VS Generalist ESG Investor)
        • Value creation by feeding the market

        Family
        Offices

        Insurance
        Companies

        Hedge
        Funds

        Trading
        Firms

        Large Asset
        Managers

        E&Ps and O&G
        Specialists

         

        Pension
        Funds

        Lenders

        Sovereign
        Funds

        SPAC

        Current Situation

        Despite big challenges in the global energy landscape, there are strong opportunities for the Oil & Gas industry, which is working tirelessly to supply an ever-growing demand. In the current geopolitical context, with high oil and gas prices that are predicted to continue their upward trend, the world shall continue to be dependent on fossil fuels. However, this also creates an environment ripe for investors to play an important role in re-shaping the industry and bringing climate impact to the forefront of the industry. There is room for important changes within the sector, regardless of how the energy system evolves.

        The Permian Basin Crude is becoming increasingly important as a reference world index. The Basin, which is the richest oil producing region in North America, has over 50 years of production left. Cleaning up Permian production will have a big impact on decarbonization objectives.

        The SLU Marketplace is a unique opportunity to invest directly in the Permian Basin, and thus push forward a responsible energy transition, one that does not impair energy supply and does not affect energy access.

        SLU Marketplace as a solution: A Liquid New ESG Asset Class

        SLU is a driving force to a more transparent and ESG driven Oil & Gas asset market. By leveraging a field proven expertise of responsible production, as well as an understanding of Capital Markets and Investor Requirements, SLU provides the framework to create positive impact through a collaborative effort space and an independent marketplace.

        Historically, the only option for investors to participate in the energy space was through public equities, private equities, or risky non-operated interests in assets, with little-to-no influence on how these assets were developed or operated. Instead, the SLU Marketplace will create a new standardized commodity of “oil in the rock” from the best Permian Basin acreage.

        SLU Enterprise is an opportunity to leverage climate awareness within O&G industry and empower responsible managers and individuals, while keeping up expectations for strong, risk-adjusted returns.

        Investment Benefits: Fully Developed Offering

        An SLE means the acquisition of long-term positions in oil and gas, coupled with options and protection against inflation in energy prices.

        The SLU process opens the market to Generalist Investors not currently equipped to appropriately assess Oil & Gas assets.

        Investors can participate without the exploration, timing or uncertainty risk due to the firm development schedule and 3rd party rating from Ryder Scott. Thus, an SLE becomes a Transparent Investment Product.

        Investor and Shareholder returns will represent the highest quality, ESG certified Energy Investments. ESG Ratings and Standards will demand premium resale values.

        SLU Enterprise has spent nearly three years creating a standardized structure, market rules and legal framework for investors

        Benefits to investors

        Uncover value for Permian Oil & Gas, the most strategic resources in the world. Technology, Governance, ESG, Political safety are key value triggers.

        • Provide new sources of capital to develop ESG aligned acreage and be rewarded for it
        • Discover the prices of optionality. How much is the right to receive revenues from the clean production of oil in 2028 worth?
        • Investors see this as more granular and much more profitable way of asset-backed investment in the US Oil and Gas production. No Due diligence needed as assets are rated.

        Key First Mover Advantages
        for Initial Investors

        • First movers in the SLU Marketplace will have early access to a growing marketplace and will see highly attractive returns through traditional development of the asset.
        • Values are almost certain to be lowest in initial stages as market moves from historical, operator-driven framework to financial market, option-based framework.
        • Highest potential arbitrage opportunities
        • As the Marketplace matures, the potential for increased returns grows alongside a liquid market

        Key First Mover Advantages for Initial Investors

        • First movers in the SLU Marketplace will have early access to a growing marketplace and will see highly attractive returns through traditional development of the asset.
        • Values are almost certain to be lowest in initial stages as market moves from historical, operator-driven framework to financial market, option-based framework.
        • Highest potential arbitrage opportunities
        • As the Marketplace matures, the potential for increased returns grows alongside a liquid market

        Unique Marketplace

        With modern financial modelling, a climate impact Marketplace will emerge for standardized, tradeable securities created by combining Permian Basin operating expertise with strict non-venting governance; a new market for Working Interests and Royalties in O&G, with its own valuation and pricing characteristics. By simplifying valuation techniques, generalist investor participation is promoted, and efficient price discovery mechanisms are created.

        Through the Marketplace, investors can purchase shares in Individual Drilling Units (SLEs), which are defined by standard acreage size, a contractual development plan, and a rating. A Standardized Asset with Quality & Commerciality Ratings from a trusted third party is created. This direct asset investment will provide high yields and low risks, also allowing a fractional Ownership model for “ESG aligned” O&G assets.

        This new Marketplace for ESG aligned standardized oil and gas assets, has every chance to be just as active as physical Oil & Gas markets.

        The Marketplace´s unique characteristics provide investors
        a direct exposure to a high yield new asset class
        without going through a complicated process:

        Buying shares in standardized SLE´s can be as simple as buying a share on a stock market.

        The ability to build a diversified portfolio of SLE´s reduces the Value at Risk and increases the Return to Risk ratio.

        The development plan of undeveloped acreage is rated by RSC which creates Option Value that adds up to the price of shares in SLEs. The optionality of choosing when to develop is sold by the E&P´s to the investors.

        The strong governance, reporting and control of non-venting will provide investors with immediate and measurable climate impact opportunities. They will be able to incentivize operators to invest in technology and utilize practices and equipment that minimize Greenhouse Gas Emissions beyond the direct value of the gas saved and the requirements of local, federal and state regulators.

        The Marketplace´s unique characteristics provide investors a direct exposure to a high yield new asset class without going through a complicated process:

        Buying shares in standardized SLE´s can be as simple as buying a share on a stock market.

        The ability to build a diversified portfolio of SLE´s reduces the Value at Risk and increases the Return to Risk ratio.

        The development plan of undeveloped acreage is rated by RSC which creates Option Value that adds up to the price of shares in SLEs. The optionality of choosing when to develop is sold by the E&P´s to the investors.

        The strong governance, reporting and control of non-venting will provide investors with immediate and measurable climate impact opportunities. They will be able to incentivize operators to invest in technology and utilize practices and equipment that minimize Greenhouse Gas Emissions beyond the direct value of the gas saved and the requirements of local, federal and state regulators.

        SLU Newsletter

        As 2021 comes to an end, a turning-point year in the struggle for climate change, the importance of taking immediate and efficient steps to reduce GHG emissions is highlighted. SLU Enterprise is focusing on addressing this issue through the creation of “Non-Venting” Super Location Entities (SLE´s), as venting during all stages of Oil & Gas production is the main cause of Methane emissions in the industry. This goal is manageable as well as impactful, benefits both E&P´s as well as institutional investors, and is an important contribution to the Energy Transition.

        As interest in the SLU Marketplace interest expands and development continues, exciting partnerships are formed

        • Live Webinar with key SLU Marketplace partners Ryder Scott, Baker Botts and Grant Thornton
        • Agreement with Solvenz Group to form a joint platform called Afloat Finance, to fund drilling and completion costs.
        • Mars & Co continues to develop road map for the implementation of the IT infrastructure and the technology ecosystem around the SLU Marketplace
        • Research project with Bauer Graduate Program

        Management Team

        STÉPHANE LAMOINE
        Chief Executive Officer

        Stéphane co-founded Beam in 2015 and was instrumental in creating SLU in 2018. With 30+ years’ experience, he is an expert in natural resources and green disruptive technologies. Engineer from Ecole Centrale Paris, Stéphane was Chief Investment Officer at Société Générale Asset Management and a consultant with Elliott Advisors.

        MARC SAMUEL
        Chairman of the Board

        Marc co-founded Beam in 2015 and was instrumental in creating SLU in 2018. With 30+ years’ experience, he is an expert in structuring and management. Marc has had an extensive career with the Edmond de Rothschild Group, including CEO of Edmond de Rothschild Bank. Engineer Ecole Polytechnique.

        MIKAEL BONALUMI
        Director of Trading and Board Member

        Mikael is a board member of Beam, and instrumental in creating SLU in 2018. With 30+ years’ experience, he is an expert in structured trading and project management. Mikael heads physical trading at Audentia Global and has worked for OK Petroleum, Elf Aquitaine, Total Oil Trading and LITASCO.

        ADAM FARRIS
        Chief Operating Officer

        Adam is an essential part of the SLU team and responsible for business development and corporate growth. With 25+ years’ experience, he is an expert at increasing existing oil and gas production and reducing costs of operation. He has worked at Enverus, Paradigm and Objective Reservoir.

        DANIEL SCHRUPP
        Director Capital Markets

        Daniel is responsible for investor engagement in super locations assets. With 30+ years’ experience, he is a seasoned investment manager and investment banker. Daniel was CIO of Cerberus Capital Management’s UK insurance company; senior portfolio manager for Aozora Bank’s leveraged credit business; and has worked at Salomon Brothers and CIBC.

        MICHAEL HART
        Chief Financial Officer

        Michael is also head of business development for TET. With 20+ years’ experience in pension fund consulting and business development, he is an expert at communicating complex investment concepts and solutions to institutional investors. Michael has worked at bFinance, and held senior global roles in alternatives at Amundi Alternative Investment Management and Aberdeen Asset Management, amongst others.

        ERIC UNVERZAGT
        Director of Business Development – Land

        Eric is director of business development – land. With 14+ years’ experience, he is an expert in managing all land-related aspects of oil and gas development with expertise in unconventional, conventional and enhanced oil recovery. He has worked for Denbury Resources, Land Star Dale Resources.

        LEYING LEE
        Director of Marketplace Administration

        Leying is finance director. With 25+ years’ experience, she is an expert in accounting/reporting for both public and private companies. Leying has spent 11 years as corporate controller at various publicly traded oil and gas companies, including Rooster Energy, GeoMet, Key Energy Services and Dynegy.

        GEORGINA RIVERA
        Director ESG

        Georgina leads the environmental, social and governance efforts within the group. With 10+ years’ experience, she is an expert in communicating complex concepts visually. At Deutsche Bank, Georgina saw how sustainability, climate change, societal impact, governance could impact investment policies.

        M’BAREK OUAZRAGH
        Director of IT

        M’Barek leads the IT team and develops the platform for the SLU Marketplace. With 25+ years’ experience, he is an expert in databases, algorithms, infrastructure and processes. Has developed large database systems, trading, reporting and settlement platforms and ledgers for a number of firms including Elliott Advisors, Proof9 Inc and BlueMile Advisers.

        DANIEL OCHS
        Engineering Director

        Dan is a petroleum engineer. With 25+ years’ experience, he has worked for operating and consulting companies: Amerada Hess, GOM Shelf, Object Reservoir, Phoenix Exploration Company and Breitburn Energy Partners. Dan has managed reservoir engineering consulting projects in hundreds of fields across Texas, Los Angeles, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Colorado.

        RYAN JAMES SPENCER
        Senior M&A Advisor

        Ryan is a reservoir engineer. With 17+ years’ experience, he is a North American upstream industry expert. Formerly with SK Innovation and Encana, Ryan has largely worked in field development, operations, data management, process improvement, acquiring and developing assets and increasing efficiencies using new technologies and operating methods.

        JAMES SPILLANE
        Advisor Strategic Alliances

        James is advisor for strategic alliances. With almost 40 years’ experience, he has closed $4.5 billion+ in asset sales/acquisitions; built teams; implemented software systems. Formerly at Pennzoil, James held senior management positions in the North American energy industry at companies including Crystal River, Escudo, Chesapeake, Apache, El Paso and IEO.

        TIM PAWUL
        Director BD + Royalties

        10+ years of global oil & gas business development experience, specializing in the US minerals & royalties space.  Host of the “Minerals & Royalties Podcast” and President of the Minerals & Royalties Authority LLC.  Additionally, 7 years´ experience as SVP – Americas for the Energy Council

        Conversation with
        Stéphane Lamoine
        CEO

        Stéphane joins us to walk through the evolution of the SLU Marketplace model and how he has strategically built a world class team of individuals from finance, trading, geoscience, land, and operations who have the skill sets and experience needed to execute the SLU Marketplace concept.

        Conversation with
        Mikael Bonalumi
        Co-Founder, Director of Trading

        Mikael joins us to walk through his 30+ years of experience in trading, including his involvement in the formation of ICE and how he is helping execute the trading aspects of the SLU Marketplace.

        Conversation with
        Joe Quoyeser
        CEO of University Lands

        Joe joins us to walk through his recent experience with building the Permian Strategic Partnership and how the SLU Team is looking to execute a similar collaborative effort amongst E&Ps in order to help launch the SLU Marketplace and unlock capital for future development in the Permian Basin.

        Conversation with
        Adam Farris
        Chief Operating Officer

        Adam joins us to discuss the technical aspects of the SLU Marketplace and the key value drivers that will incentivize E&Ps to contribute SLUs & participate in the market.

        Conversation with
        Georgina Rivera
        Director ESG

        Georgina joins us to explain how a green label application to the SLU Marketplace will help unlock ESG capital for E&P companies in the Permian Basin.

        Conversation with
        Eric Unverzagt
        Director of Business Development – Land

        Eric joins us to discuss the land related aspects of the SLU Marketplace from both the WI and Minerals owner perspective.

        Conversation with
        Marc Samuel
        Co-Founder, Chairman

        Marc joins us to walk thru his 30+ year career at Rothschild Bank and how his experience in asset structuring is helping fuel the vision of the SLU Marketplace.

        Conversation with
        Daniel Schrupp
        Director Capital Markets

        Daniel joins us to walk through multi decade career in corporate finance and principal investing and how he is helping structure the SLU Marketplace so that it becomes attractive for institutional investors.

        Conversation with
        James Spillane
        Advisor Strategic Alliances

        James joins us to discuss the role Baker Botts, Grant Thornton and Ryder Scott have played to help build out the framework of the SLU Marketplace.

        About the SLU Council

        The SLU Council is a non-profit corporation that establishes the standards and procures the enabling services to enable the trading of Super Location Units (SLU). Membership is open to leading E&P companies and investment firms that commit to provide inventory and transaction volume to this new marketplace.

        SLU Standards

        • Set of rules that govern the SLU Marketplace  
        • They are binding upon all applicants and members of each Super Location Entity
        • Approved and amended from time to time by the SLU Council
        • Enforced by the SLU Enterprise

        SLU Podcast

        Where Capital & Innovation
        Meet the Permian Basin

                   Hosted by Tim Pawul

        “An Overview of the SLU Marketplace”
        with the SLU Enterprise Team

        As a preview to the 9 episodes featuring the SLU Enterprise team members, we have put together a “mashup episode” takes clips from each episode in order to showcase the different skillsets, experiences, and structures that are being leveraged by the SLU Enterprise team in order to execute the SLU Marketplace concept.

        Hosted by Tim Pawul

        “An Overview of the SLU Marketplace”
        with the SLU Enterprise Team

        As a preview to the 9 episodes featuring the SLU Enterprise team members, we have put together a “mashup episode” takes clips from each episode in order to showcase the different skillsets, experiences, and structures that are being leveraged by the SLU Enterprise team in order to execute the SLU Marketplace concept.

        info@sluenterprise.com