The Berry purchase is immediately accretive from a cash flow standpoint and has allowed LINE to increase the distribution from $2.90 to $3.08 [or 0.77 per quarter]. That's a distibution increase of 6.2%.
And, look at the added production......35,687 BOE per day......wow!
That looks like roughly about TWICE the average production for last year for KOG for example!
Publicly traded since 1987, Berry's primary operations are in three of the largest oil basins in the United States. Berry traces its roots to California where it began producing heavy oil from the San Joaquin basin in 1909. In 2003, Berry added the Uinta basin in northeastern Utah, which has seen a resurgence of activity over the past year. Berry has also acquired significant oil assets in the Permian basin in West Texas. At December 31, 2011, the Company reported proved reserves of 275 million barrels of oil equivalent (BOE). Proved developed reserves for the fiscal year 2011 represent 53% of total proved reserves. At year-end 2011, the Company's proved reserve mix includes 186 million barrels of crude oil, condensate and natural gas liquids, and 534 billion cubic feet of natural gas, or 68% oil and 32% natural gas. Total production in 2011 averaged 35,687 BOE per day.