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Denbury Completes Final Phase of Bakken Sale and Asset Exchange with ExxonMobil

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Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR) today announced the closing of the second and final phase of its previously announced Bakken sale and asset exchange with Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE: XOM) and its wholly-owned subsidiary XTO Energy Inc. (collectively, "ExxonMobil"). In the first closing, ExxonMobil retained $350 million cash and Denbury retained a 17.5% interest in the Bakken area assets to enable an exchange of the retained Bakken assets for roughly one-third of ExxonMobil's CO2 reserves in LaBarge Field in Wyoming. In this second phase closing, ExxonMobil exchanged the contemplated interest in the CO2 reserves and residual cash balances, after preliminary closing adjustments, for Denbury's retained interest in the Bakken area assets. Denbury has now transferred all of its Bakken area assets to ExxonMobil for approximately $1.3 billion of cash (which includes preliminary closing adjustments) along with ExxonMobil's operating interests in Webster Field in Texas and Hartzog Draw Field in Wyoming and a portion of its CO2 reserves in Wyoming. 

Based on the current capacity of the LaBarge plant and subject to availability, Denbury expects that it could receive up to approximately 115 million cubic feet per day

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