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http://www.hollomancorp.com/
http://www.hollomanenergy.com/

 

Recent drilling adjacent to PEL 112 has resulted in 20 of 27 wells drilled successfully with initial production rates ranging up to 3,000 barrels of oil per day. In 2008-2009 alone, eight new oil fields from 30km to 12km from PEL 112 were discovered containing from 1 to 11 million barrels of unrisked in-place prospective resources. 

Our financial objective is to provide exceptional results and sustainable performance to our shareholders. At Holloman Energy, we believe a focus on the basics can deliver exceptional results

 


 

STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY
               
Authorized:
               
    10,000,000 preferred shares, par value $0.001 per share
               
    150,000,000 common shares, par value $0.001 per share
               
Issued and outstanding:
               
    109,069,785 common shares (108,997,599 at December 31, 2011)
    109,070      108,998 
 
  Total Stockholders' Equity
    11,580,140       



About Holloman Energy

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Holloman Energy Corporation

Holloman Energy explores for oil and gas in Australia. We trade on the US OTC BB under the Symbol "HENC". Our controlling shareholder is Houston-based Holloman Corporation, one of the largest employee-owned engineering and construction companies in the United States. As a result of that relationship, we have the benefit of support generally unavailable to companies our size.

We have working interests in 4,544 square kilometers (1.125 million gross acres) in two licenses on one of the most significant emerging oil trends in Australia's renowned Cooper Basin.

 

Here are some important facts:

  • The Cooper Basin has sourced over 4 billion barrels of oil and 5 trillion cubic feet of recoverable gas.
     
  • In December 2009 successful bids on Cooper Basin exploration leases drew exploration expenditures in excess of AUD$145 million… the highest gauranteed bid was on acreage abutting our PEL 112 holdings.
     
  • We have identified 38 leads on our PEL 112 concession alone. Five of those leads targeted for evaluation were determined to contain mean unrisked in-place prospective resources ranging from 56 million barrels to 70 million barrels.
     
  • Recent evaluations by independent Australian-based engineers suggest the net present value (@10%) of each field containing 5 million barrels of recoverable resource would be $100,000,000 to the 100% working Interest
     
  • The Australian exploration environment is very favorable. It is essentially underexplored and has little, if any, geo-political risk. 
     
  • We are currently seeking joint venture partners to join in the exploration and development of our oil properties. Global industry giant Macquarie/Tristone is acting as exclusive advisor to facilitate that search  (click here).

Our neighbors have been very successful at finding and producing oil. Here is a snapshot:

Recent drilling adjacent to PEL 112 has resulted in 20 of 27 wells drilled successfully with initial production rates ranging up to 3,000 barrels of oil per day. In 2008-2009 alone, eight new oil fields from 30km to 12km from PEL 112 were discovered containing from 1 to 11 million barrels of unrisked in-place prospective resources. 

Our financial objective is to provide exceptional results and sustainable performance to our shareholders. At Holloman Energy, we believe a focus on the basics can deliver exceptional results

 

 

 

Management

 

 Executive Management team consists of:  

Mark Stevenson, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

On July 1, 2009 Mark Stevenson was appointed to the positions of President and CEO  of Holloman Energy Corporation. Mark Stevenson became a member of our Board of Directors on September 20, 2007 and was elected Chairman of that Board on January 4, 2008. Mr. Stevenson has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Holloman Corporation (Houston, TX) since July 1998. Holloman Corporation is one of the largest employee owned engineering and construction companies in the United States. Prior to his appointment as President, Mr. Stevenson was employed by Holloman Corporation as Executive Vice President (1997-1998), Vice President - Pipeline Division (1979-1997) chief estimator (1977-1979) and field construction engineer (1976-1977). He joined Holloman Corporation in 1976, after receiving his B.S. in Construction Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock.

Eric Prim, Chief Operating Officer (COO)

On July 22, 2009 Eric Prim, a current member of our Board of Directors was appointed as  Chief Operating Officer. Eric Prim joined our Board of Directors on September 20, 2007. Mr. Prim has been the Vice President of Engineering and Construction of Holloman Corporation since 1997. Prior to his association with Holloman, Mr. Prim held senior technical management positions with Hunt Energy and Rexene Corporation. Mr. Prim is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas and holds six issued or pending U.S. Patents, all pertaining to energy technology.

Robert Wesolek, CPA,  Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Bob Wesolek, has more than 30 years senior executive experience in both public accounting and private industry. Since leaving his role as senior practice manager with Arthur Andersen & Co. in 1988, Mr. Wesolek has acted as senior financial officer for five publicly traded corporations. He has also provided financial consulting services to Holloman Energy Corporation since January 2008. Wesolek's background provides wide-ranging public experience with a well-developed focus on executive financial management, accounting, regulatory compliance, internal controls and information architecture.


Roy Whiting, VP Operations - Australia

Whiting has over 30 years experience with major oil company's in various US and international settings. A degreed Physicist with diversified educational background in business strategy, project planning, and time management. Roy's qualifications include commercial oil and gas exploration, operation, production, and development planning, acquisition and joint venture management. Technical abilities include offshore/ onshore assessment, analyzing surface and subsurface structural and Stratigraphic interpretation using SMT 2D \ 3D software.

John Risinger, Field Operations Engineer - Australia

John has had a diversified career in exploration, production, drilling, and operations spanning more than 40 years. He has held various international and domestic drilling supervisory roles and managed a wide range of large scale exploration drilling programs on a turnkey basis, often in extremely remote areas. His expertise includes strategic management, process engineering, safety and technical reviews, due diligence, feasibility studies, training and auditing.









Released: 05/15/12 08:15 AM EDT

HOUSTON, May 15, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Holloman Energy Corporation (HENC.OB) announces completion of a definitive farm-out agreement with Terra Nova Minerals Inc. on the exploration of its Australian Cooper Basin holdings (the "Farm-Out"). The Farm-Out, which was made effective May 11, 2012, set out terms by which Terra Nova may earn a 55% working interest in Holloman's PEL 112 and PEL 444 concessions by funding seismic acquisition and a six (6) well drilling program on the properties.

"The execution of the Terra Nova Farm-Out significantly enhances our exploration capacity," stated Mark Stevenson, Holloman CEO. "We have been informed that the first AUD$4,700,000 payable under the Farm-Out has already been transferred to escrow. We have also been advised that Terra Nova intends to undertake seismic acquisition on PEL 112 and PEL 444 at the first possible opportunity."

On May 11, 2012, Terra Nova closed an equity financing for gross proceeds of $10,652,000. The financing was pursued in connection with its undertaking of the Farm-Out. Macquarie Private Wealth Inc. acted as agent for the transaction.

General Terms of the Farm-Out

The Farm-Out provides terms under which Terra Nova may earn a 55% undivided working interest in PEL 112 and PEL 444 (the "Farm-Out Interest").

During March and April 2012, Terra Nova paid Holloman non-refundable fees totaling $200,000 and, on or before May 25, 2012, will pay Holloman, ACOR and Sakahi (collectively the "Current Working Interest Partners") in PEL 112 and PEL 444, a total of 1,000,000 shares of their common stock with a current market value of approximately $290,000. On May 11, 2012, Terra Nova also paid Holloman an additional fee of $150,000. Holloman has agreed to provide Sakhai and ACOR a full accounting for its use of the Terra Nova fees (totaling $350,000). Holloman has further agreed to share with ACOR and Sakhai, any excess of the fees over the transaction costs it incurs in connection with the Farm-Out. Terra Nova's common stock and any excess fees will be distributed among the Current Working Interest Partners in accordance with their working interest percentages in PEL 112 and PEL 444 on May 11, 2012.

To earn the Farm-Out Interest, Terra Nova is required to fund exploration and development expenditures (the "Earning Obligations") totaling at least AUD$13,700,000 (USD$14,300,000) including:

  • AUD$4,700,000 (USD$4,900,000) to be placed in escrow on or before May 25, 2012 for use in the completion of a seismic acquisition program sufficient to meet the minimum seismic acquisition requirements, and interpretation of the acquired data for PEL 112 and PEL 444 (earning a 20% working interest in each license); and
  • AUD$4,500,000 (USD$4,700,000) to be placed in escrow on or before November 1, 2012 to secure Terra Nova's obligation to sole fund the dry-hole costs of an initial three (3) well drilling program on either PEL 112 or PEL 444, provided that at least one well is drilled on each license (earning a working interest of 5.833% per well in each license, totaling a working interest of 17.5%); and
  • AUD$4,500,000 (USD$4,700,000) to be placed in escrow on or before the later of March 1, 2013 or 45 days following completion or abandonment of the third well in the initial well program, for use in funding the first AUD$4,500,000 in dry-hole costs of an optional three (3) well drilling program on either PEL 112 or PEL 444, provided that at least one well is drilled on each license (earning a working interest of 5.833% per well in each license, totaling a working interest of 17.5%).

Terra Nova will act as operator with respect to seismic acquisition on PEL 444 and all drilling work contemplated by the Farm-Out.

Costs incurred in relation to the seismic Earning Obligations in excess of AUD $4,700,000, if any, shall be borne by Terra Nova and the Current Working Interest Partners in accordance with their Working Interest percentages calculated as though Terra Nova had successfully completed all of its Earning Obligations and earned the Farm-In Interest.

In the event Terra Nova elects to complete either or both of the first two wells drilled in connection with the initial three well drilling program, Terra Nova will pay 50% of the completion cost and Holloman will pay the other 50% of the completion costs. In the event Terra Nova elects to complete the third well drilled in connection with the initial three well drilling program, or any well drilled in connection with the optional three well drilling program, Terra Nova will pay 50% of the completion cost and the Current Working Interest Partners will pay the other 50% of the completion costs in proportion to their working interests on May 11, 2012.

In the event any well drilled in connection with either the initial or optional drilling programs is commercially viable, and Terra Nova elects to complete such well, Terra Nova will be entitled to a preferential recovery of one hundred percent of the costs it has paid to drill and test that successful well. Terra Nova is entitled to 80% of the production from that well until either the well has ceased production or Terra Nova has received net revenue equal to the costs it has paid to drill and test the well, whichever occurs first.

Terra Nova will earn the Farm-Out Interest in portions based upon successful completion of specific Earning Obligations. In each instance, the Current Working Interest Partners will each contribute a portion of the working interest earned by Terra Nova. In the event Terra Nova earns the entire Farm-In Interest, the Current Working Interest Partners will transfer to Terra Nova the following working interest percentages in both PEL 112 and PEL 444:

(a)     Holloman will contribute an undivided 38.556% working interest in both PEL 112 and PEL 444 (resulting in a residual working interest position of 28.112% in each license);

(b)     ACOR will contribute an undivided 8.222% working interest in both PEL 112 and PEL 444; and

(c)     Sakhai will contribute an undivided 8.222% working interest in both PEL 112 and PEL 444.

The Farm-Out may be terminated by any party upon the occurrence of an uncured breach of any material term. Terra Nova may terminate the Farm-Out any time before it has earned the Farm-Out Interest upon providing written notice of such termination to each of the Current Working Interest Partners, provided that Terra Nova has paid the required fees to Holloman and has issued its shares to the Current Working Interest Partners. In the event Terra Nova terminates the Farm-Out, it will only be entitled to any interest in either PEL 112 or PEL 444 that it has earned up to the date of termination.


 

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HENC News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 05/13/2016 04:30:11 PM
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#8115  Sticky Note here is your update: PrftTkr 07/23/15 01:35:45 PM
#9562   Hmm, I would guess then that TGC definitely joseytheoutlawwales 09/28/16 11:23:36 AM
#9561   Terra Nova Energy Enters Into Agreement to Acquire ACanJadaS 09/28/16 10:53:49 AM
#9560   I've been waiting for the .01-.015 price level joseytheoutlawwales 09/27/16 01:39:40 PM
#9559   May or may not have anything to do joseytheoutlawwales 09/27/16 01:39:11 PM
#9558   TGC halted for pending news....... fingolf 09/27/16 07:52:51 AM
#9557   This keeps getting steadily walked down joseytheoutlawwales 09/23/16 11:47:41 AM
#9556   Difficult to maintain confidence in a crew with Al4343 09/13/16 02:43:28 PM
#9555   Agreed. But I have to remind myself that they've joseytheoutlawwales 09/12/16 03:41:32 PM
#9554   a bit disconcerting....but on the flip-side, one can fingolf 09/12/16 03:39:51 PM
#9553   Getting closer each week to subpenny... joseytheoutlawwales 09/12/16 02:15:17 PM
#9552   Do you have any input regarding this new Hamilcar54 09/09/16 03:18:25 AM
#9551   With the last drilling in December (after termination Hamilcar54 09/09/16 03:15:49 AM
#9550   we bet in the wrong horse here...pull your buccaneer1961 09/08/16 10:55:42 AM
#9549   I agree with nearly your entire statement. joseytheoutlawwales 09/08/16 10:28:41 AM
#9548   "Terra Nova will act as contract operator with ACanJadaS 09/08/16 09:55:51 AM
#9547   need someone with greater knowledge to chime in fingolf 09/08/16 09:45:05 AM
#9546   Who controls the drilling on the 2 PELs? Smooth 09/08/16 09:38:05 AM
#9545   it would make things interesting if Henc decides fingolf 09/08/16 09:23:48 AM
#9544   Holloman Energy Corporation (OTCQB: HENC) and its Joint ACanJadaS 09/08/16 09:21:28 AM
#9543   Yes, it loooks like TGC will be moving Smooth 09/08/16 09:16:43 AM
#9542   And Henc also lacks money & desire apparently. Smooth 09/08/16 09:12:08 AM
#9541   there are a lot of people here with fingolf 09/08/16 08:00:17 AM
#9540   I'm not sure how this will really be joseytheoutlawwales 09/07/16 06:19:35 PM
#9539   i don't think this is window dressing; should fingolf 09/07/16 10:01:27 AM
#9538   fwiw.... http://finance.yahoo.com/news/terra-nova-energy-appoints-mark-123000 fingolf 09/07/16 09:59:10 AM
#9537   It sure appears that I was sold a Al4343 09/05/16 09:12:52 AM
#9536   Tchauncy, perhaps you can give me your thoughts joseytheoutlawwales 09/04/16 03:45:38 PM
#9535   65$ is very far away, current estimates (take Hamilcar54 09/03/16 02:40:18 PM
#9534   Well, if he is able to get the fingolf 09/02/16 10:45:24 AM
#9533   I always thought these guys were Gypsy's, confirmed tchauncy 09/02/16 09:40:58 AM
#9532   http://finance.yahoo.com/news/terra-nova-energy-enters-farmout-132500089.html fingolf 09/01/16 10:42:01 AM
#9531   Schwab is also a flat $8.95. They LarryBear40 08/30/16 11:30:28 AM
#9530   TDA is a flat fee $8.95 I think joseytheoutlawwales 08/29/16 02:12:58 PM
#9529   Where is cheapest brokerage to buy henc? I signjack 08/19/16 09:54:55 AM
#9528   there's a "yeah but" here....and that's if the fingolf 08/16/16 09:13:01 AM
#9527   with current low prices any new offshore projects Hamilcar54 08/13/16 07:57:44 AM
#9526   Sure as heck not counting on the Cooper Basin.... fingolf 08/12/16 12:53:29 PM
#9525   Some d1ck sold $90 worth of shares to joseytheoutlawwales 08/05/16 05:38:01 PM
#9524   yes, we're stuck until 2019. Unless TGC fingolf 08/05/16 08:51:08 AM
#9523   SILENCE is deafening and track record dismal.....= .04 Al4343 08/04/16 04:01:35 PM
#9522   I've said it before...no urgency on the part fingolf 08/04/16 10:44:45 AM
#9521   not sure if it's so much about pumping, fingolf 08/04/16 10:42:43 AM
#9520   Hamil- what would you like them to say... Gumpstein 08/04/16 10:36:36 AM
#9519   Of course all the early pumpers have nothing phrocks 08/04/16 10:36:01 AM
#9518   The actuality is that everyone is stuck here Hamilcar54 08/04/16 07:58:48 AM
#9517   Disregard previous post. phrocks 08/03/16 01:25:47 AM
#9516   Don't count this one out, it either goes phrocks 08/03/16 01:05:16 AM
#9515   Sadly, a very accurate assessment of the situation joseytheoutlawwales 08/03/16 12:50:30 AM
#9514   me too...but I agree with you too :) buccaneer1961 08/02/16 07:11:02 PM
#9513   I agree with gump signjack 08/02/16 03:40:24 PM
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