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  • 1. OTCQX: ROIL INVESTOR PRESENTATION July 2013 Confidential Material
  • 2. DISCLAIMER FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS AND OTHER MATTERS THE FINANCIAL AND OPERATING PROJECTIONS CONTAINED HEREIN REPRESENT CERTAIN ESTIMATES OF RICHFIELD OIL AND GAS COMPANY (“RICHFIELD” OR THE “COMPANY”) AS OF THE DATE HEREOF. RICHFIELD’S INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS HAVE NOT EXAMINED, REVIEWED OR COMPILED THE PROJECTIONS AND, ACCORDINGLY, DO NOT EXPRESS AN OPINION OR OTHER FORM OF ASSURANCE WITH RESPECT THERETO. FURTHERMORE, NEITHER RICHFIELD NOR ITS MANAGEMENT CAN GIVE ANY ASSURANCE THAT THE PROJECTIONS CONTAINED HEREIN ACCURATELY REPRESENT RICHFIELD’S RESULTS OF OPERATIONS OR FINANCIAL CONDITION. SOME OF THESE ASSUMPTIONS INEVITABLY WILL NOT MATERIALIZE AND UNANTICIPATED EVENTS MAY OCCUR THAT COULD AFFECT RICHFIELD’S RESULTS. THEREFORE, RICHFIELD’S ACTUAL RESULTS ACHIEVED DURING THE PERIODS COVERED BY THE PROJECTIONS WILL VARY AND MAY VARY MATERIALLY FROM THE PROJECTED RESULTS. THESE VARIATIONS COULD MATERIALLY AFFECT RICHFIELD’S ABILITY TO MAKE PAYMENTS WITH RESPECT TO ANY OF ITS OUTSTANDING AND/OR FUTURE DEBT SERVICE OBLIGATIONS. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, THE FORECASTED INDUSTRY AND MARKET DATA CONTAINED IN THE ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE PROJECTIONS ARE BASED UPON MANAGEMENT ESTIMATES AND INDUSTRY AND MARKET PUBLICATIONS AND SURVEYS. THE INFORMATION FROM INDUSTRY AND MARKET PUBLICATIONS HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE, BUT THERE CAN BE NO ASSURANCE AS TO THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE INCLUDED INFORMATION. RICHFIELD HAS NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED ANY OF THE DATA FROM THIRD-PARTY SOURCES, NOR HAS RICHFIELD ASCERTAINED THE UNDERLYING ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS RELIED UPON THEREIN. THESE MATERIALS ARE BEING SUPPLIED TO YOU SOLELY FOR YOUR INFORMATION AND FOR USE AT THE PRESENTATION. THIS PRESENTATION AND THESE MATERIALS MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, REDISTRIBUTED OR PASSED ON, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, TO ANY OTHER PERSON OR PUBLISHED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, BY ANY MEDIUM OR FOR ANY PURPOSE. 1
  • 3. Company Overview
  • 4. INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS Low Risk Assets Superior Well Economics Liquids-Rich Asset Base with Significant Upside Potential Proprietary Database and Research Technology Best in Class Geological Team Strong Management Team with Proven Track Record • Fields with long production histories and significant well control • Documented pay in areas with low historical recovery due to antiquated methods • Significant inventory of low-cost, high-return behind pipe and offset opportunities • Well costs range from $0.25 - $0.50 million, with 26 MBoe EUR per zone • Additional performance-based upside of 80 MBoe per well in the Arbuckle Formation • Re-work and new drill type wells produce IRR’s of 329% and 126%, respectively • • • • 1,656 MBoe Proved Reserves (95% oil) - 5,447 MBoe 2P Reserves (91% oil) $33.9 million Proved PV-10 ($158.3 million 2P PV-10) Additional unbooked potential in horizontal Mississippian well locations World class upside in Utah acreage in the Navajo Sandstone, Mancos Shale, Mississippian, and other formations • Database of over 300,000 wells – most comprehensive Kansas dataset • Allows for rapid identification and evaluation of potential acquisitions • Proven strategy originally developed by the Richfield management team • Award-winning geologists with over 208 years of combined experience in analyzing drilling and development opportunities in Kansas and Utah • Experts in exploring for and producing from reservoirs that are not in capillary pressure equilibrium and subject to damage from standard drilling techniques • Expertise in overthrust geology in Rockies • Demonstrated a unique ability to identify, evaluate and develop undercapitalized assets • Found in excess of 1 BBoe of reservoirs in the UT / WY overthrust belt • Pioneered the dewatering production methods now in use throughout Kansas and Oklahoma, by many operators 3
  • 5. HIGHLY EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT TEAM Alan D. Gaines: Chairman of the Board of Directors Douglas C. Hewitt: President and CEO Glenn G. MacNeil: CFO and Director Mike A. Cederstrom: General Counsel and Corporate Secretary George T. Ulrich: Controller David K. Detton: Land and Legal • 30 years experience as an energy investment and merchant banker, and has participated in the raising of debt and equity financing in excess of $100 billion • Chairman, and Founder of Dune Energy, Inc. since its formation in May 2001 through April 2011 and CEO form inception though May 2007 • 27 years in managing all aspects of oil company development, including geological analysis, design and implementation of advanced engineering, field management and finance • Founder & CEO of publicly traded HEGCO Canada, an oil & gas exploration company (1995-2000), Iron Thunder Drilling (1998), Nemaha Services (1991), Hewitt Energy Group, Inc. (1988), and New Century Petroleum (1986) • Over 30 years in public accounting and CFO positions for the oil and gas and financial services industries, internationally • Served as an officer and director for numerous private and public companies • Lead roles in acquisitions, divestitures, turnaround situations and start-up businesses • Practiced law since 1980, over 17 years experience advising oil and gas companies in all areas including leasing, environmental and regulatory compliance and securities matters • Practiced law with Dexter & Dexter Attorneys at Law from 2004 to 2008 • Served as the General Counsel and CFO of HEGCO Canada, Inc. from 1997 to 2002 • 28 years experience in public and private companies in senior accounting roles, including 15 years with Iomega Corporation • Significant experience in SEC reporting and filings for public companies • Licensed Utah attorney since 1976, former partner in two of the 100 largest U.S. law firms • Managed land teams for over $1 B in acquisitions of oil & gas companies • Managed company’s recent acquisitions of over 12,000 acres of mineral rights and 10,000 acre feet of water rights 4
  • 6. BEST IN CLASS TECHNICAL TEAM Monty Hoffman: Production Geologist Raina Powell: Production Geologist Bill Alexander: Petroleum Engineer Paul Lamerson: Consulting Geologist Jeremiah J. Burton: Geologist • From 2007 to 2009, served as SVP of Exploration for Hunter Energy, LLC • From 1990 to present, has served as President of Safford Exploration - resulted in the discovery of the 1 MMBO Thief Creek Field in the Wyoming Thrust Belt for Anshutz Corp. • From 1976 - 1990 worked for Chevron, supervised the development of Whitney Canyon Carter Creek fields, and served as District Geologist of the Mid-Continent District • From 1976 - 1990 worked for Chevron in various roles, including the geologic negotiations with partners in Painter and East Painter fields • Since 1990, has served as a Staff Geologist for Safford Exploration, Inc. • Experience in several Wyoming basins, in the Williston Basin, and in Texas and Kansas • From 2003 to 2005, served as Senior Staff Geologist for Nautilus Resources; supervised the Gebo Field, which doubled from 500 BOPD to 1000 BOPD • Over 60 years of oil and gas experience • From 1960 to 1974, served as a drilling and completions engineer and field engineer with Shell Oil Company • Also served in various engineering roles with Kirby Exploration, Alexander Drilling, Natomas North America, and Pennaco Resources Company • Over 50 years of oil and gas experience • Currently with Safford Exploration, where he served with the team responsible for the discovery of the 1 MMBO Thief Creek Field in the Wyoming Thrust Belt • From 1956 to 1989, served as a geologist for Chevron where he was part of the team who discovered Ryckman Creek (1976), Painter Reservoir (1977), East Painter Reservoir (1978), Whitney Canyon-Carter Creek (1977), and Glasscock Hollow (1980) fields • 15 Years of Oil and Gas Experience in the Mid-Continent and the Rockies, including work for Flying J Oil & Gas, and permitting work for Anadarko in Alaska. • 10 years with Richfield and its Predecessors, including the initial identification, and evaluation of Richfield’s current Mid-Continent Properties. • Helped Develop Richfield’s Proprietary exploration database 5
  • 7. COMPANY SUMMARY  North American exploration and production company based in Salt Lake City, Utah  Publicly-traded on the OTCQX U.S. Premier Market; Ticker Symbol: ROIL  Incorporated April 2011, simultaneous with the merger with Hewitt Petroleum, Inc.  Unique balance of low-risk assets with immediate cash flow impact and long-term upside:     Kansas - Low-risk, low-cost, high return assets Wyoming – Low-risk, moderate cost, high return assets Independence Project, Mancos Shale - Moderate risk, high upside Central Utah Overthrust –High Risk, high upside  Near-term strategy focuses on increasing cash flow through exploitation of Kansas and Wyoming assets  2013 – 2014 capital program includes 92 re-work and new drill operations  Pursue cash-flow accretive bolt-on acquisitions in core operating region  Central Utah Overthrust acreage provides significant upside potential through Mancos Shale exposure  Approximately 11,464 acres with unbooked resource potential in the Navajo Sandstone, Mancos Shale, and deep Mississippian formations (127 potential drilling locations) - 89.5% WI in the HUOP Freedom Trend Prospect and 59.6% WI in the Liberty Prospect  20,000 acres prospective for the Mancos Shale (31 potential drilling locations) o Partnered with experienced, NYSE-listed, independent operator with extensive experience in unconventional resource plays – 4% WI in the Independence Prospect 6
  • 8. 2012 RESERVES SUMMARY – DEVELOPED PROPERTIES ONLY Reserve Class PD PUD Total Proved PROB1 Total 2P Drilling Locations Net PV-10 ($MM) Oil (MBbl) 43 75 18.3 $33.9 1,022 1,568 409 527 1,090 1,656 94.7% 5 $124.4 3,407 2,304 3,791 89.9% 32 80 $15.6 $158.3 546 4,975 Net Reserves Data Gas (MMcf) MBoe 118 2,831 566 5,447 % Oil 96.5% 93.7% 91.3% Significant Performance-Based Upside Source: Pinnacle Energy Services, LLC Reserves and Engineering Evaluation dated January 18, 2013 Note: Excludes Utah and Wyoming resource potential. 1. Represents 5 horizontal Mississippian well locations; additional reserves and present value represent increase well performance from the PD and PUD drilling locations. 7
  • 9. Kansas Asset Overview
  • 10. EXPLORE AND RESEARCH SYSTEM (“EARS”)  Proprietary database that includes well data from several public and private sources  Data on 300,000+ wells drilled in the mid-continent since the 1920s Production history charts  Invested over $3 million in unique strategic advantage which allows Richfield to:  Allocate capital to best drilling targets  Identify and evaluate acquisition targets Well data Well logs & cross-sections Most Comprehensive Source of Kansas Production, Completion, and Geological Data 9
  • 11. CENTRAL KANSAS UPLIFT OVERVIEW Unproduced Oil and Gas Zones Arbuckle Overview  Main target is the Arbuckle formation, a water-drive reservoir system that has yielded 2.4 billion barrels since the late-1920s  Typically outfit new or recompleted Arbuckle wells with high volume submersible pumps  Typical well will produce 10-40 BOPD and with proper well density, these oil rates can increase 2009 Halliburton TMD Log, Gorham Field  Untapped Potential  Formation has been produced almost exclusively from its topmost layer  Productive lower Arbuckle intervals exist in every major CKU field. These zones were only sporadically produced—mainly due to a lack of information sharing among an unsophisticated, under-capitalized producer base  Behind Pipe Reserves  Recent cased hole logs on Richfield’s wells identify 2009 Halliburton TMD Log, Trapp Field significant new reserves in two of Central Kansas’ largest fields 10
  • 12. Utah and Wyoming Asset Overview
  • 13. Central Utah Overthrust— a String of Pearls 40% of world oil reserves are arrayed along thrust belts. North American Overthrust (Rocky Mountains): • •  Four billion barrels of oil-equivalent (BOE) found in Canadian Overthrust.  National and state parks, great depths and extreme volcanism have limited activity in Montana and northwestern Wyoming National and state parks Extreme volcanism Hogback Ridge The North American Thrust Belt runs from Alaska (Prudhoe Bay) to Mexico (Cantrell Field). •  Two billion BOE found in northeast Utah and southwest Wyoming in 1970’s and 80’s Two large reported discoveries on both the Paxton and the Gunnison Thrust confirm productivity of Central Utah Overthrust.  Covenant Field, discovered in 2003/4, has estimated 150 million Bbls with 13 million BO produced to date. Modified from Moulton and Pinnell, 2006  Providence Field, discovered in 2008, multi pay system, has estimated reserves several times larger than the Covenant Field 12
  • 14. UTAH AND WYOMING ASSET OVERVIEW Hogback Ridge Prospect (Acreage Offsetting Past Production) WYOMING Liberty Prospect (UT) Richfield Properties Liberty Prospect (UT) HUOP Fredom Trend Prospect (UT) 1,025 Acres 160 11,464 Independence Prospect (UT) 20,000 Spring Valley Prospect (WY) Spring Valley Prospect 160 Pine Springs &Edwin Prospects (UT) Hogback Ridge Prospect (UT) (Active Oil Seep) Graham Reservoir Field (WY) Anschutz Ranch Fields Total (208 MMBOE Produced) American Quasar Pineview Field Graham Reservoir Field (32 MMBOE Produced) (Existing Production) Liberty Prospect (1,200+ feet of highly fractured pay) Pine Springs and Edwin Prospects (Gas Shows in Pine Springs) Freedom Trend Prospect Independence Prospect (Navajo SS and Tununk Sh. “Billion Barrel Potential” Floyd Moulton) (Tununk Shale with Flowing Tests) Wolverine Providence Field (450+ MMBOE Reserves) Wolverine Covenant Field (150 MMBO Reserves) Modified from Willis 1999 Existing Wells 2,269 1,511 640 37,229  Liberty #1 Discovery Well – Drilled in 2010 - - - - - 1 1 1 3 Drilling Locations - 9 Workin g Interst 140 31 28 9 1 1 219 74.7% 64.3% 89.5% 3.0% 100.0% 100.0% 80.0% 100.0%  Logs and testing demonstrated over 1,200 gross feet of interconnected fractures in Jurassic Twin Creek Limestone and 427 feet of oil saturated deeper Navajo Sandstone  Freedom Trend Prospect  Gravity maps show prominent super-structural anomalies  105 miles of 2-D seismic shows three, overlapping structural closures in the Twin Creek-Navajo  Extensive Geochemcial Anomalies due to hydrocarbons, cover the same structures identified by gravity and seismic.  Independence Project – Drilling operations are anticipated to begin Q4 2013, or Q1 2014, in the organically rich, Tununk member of the Lower Mancos Shale  Hogback Ridge (UT- WY Overthrust) – New acreage has been acquired, offsetting a past producing well. Geological research and lease acquisition is ongoing 13
  • 15. Central Utah Overthrust—Source and Migration Pathway Modified from Willis 1999 It is estimated that approximately one trillion barrels of oil, or more, were generated from Mississippian aged (359-318 million year old) source rocks, mostly likely the Chainman Shale, in western Utah and Nevada. However, only 65 billion barrels have been found in Utah’s Tar sands. • Oil found in the Covenant Field has a different source. Mississippian Source Basin Several Trillion barrels of Oil Generated • The HPI Liberty #1 discovered pristine Mississippian Oil from this large source basin, for the first time. Tar sands Liberty Field Freedom Trend Prospect • This identifies a migration pathway from Western Utah, into the Central Utah Overthrust. Tar sands Only 65 Billion barrels of oil Tar sands are accounted for in Utah’s Providence Field Tar Sands Covenant Field Tar sands • There are many more undrilled structural closures in the central Utah over-thrust, the largest of which is Richfield’s HUOP Freedom Trend Prospect. • That prospect covers 11 contiguous miles on the northern end of the Gunnison Thrust. Mississippian Oil Migration Pathway and trapped oil Modified from Schelling 2007 14
  • 16. HUOP FREEDOM TREND PROSPECT 6,000 feet 9,000 feet 12,000 feet Gravity maps show prominent structural anomalies—similar to those in the Covenant and Providence fields but substantially larger. Multi-spectral satellite photography reveals Freedom Trend acreage to be among the most hydrocarbon-saturated on the Overthrust. 2D seismic shows three, overlapping structural closures in the Twin CreekNavajo. One engineering study found potential gross reservoir volume in excess of several billion barrels. North 15
  • 17. HUOP Freedom Trend Prospect • Richfield's position covers the largest identified undrilled structure in the Central Utah Overthrust. • We anticipate a discovery in three stacked Navajo formations, 1,000+ feet thick each, filled to spill point. • The Freedom Trend prospect is in the Mississippian oil migration path. 13,000 feet in Fountain Green Prospect. Initial test well, to Covenant Field Cross Section Source: Wolverine Gas & Oil Corp. 150 million Barrels of Oil Jurassic will target three repeated sections of Twin CreekNavajo with the untested sourcing Mississippian super giant. Providence Field Cross Section Source: Wolverine Gas & Oil Corp. Categorized as several times larger than Covenant Field Richfield’s Freedom Trend Cross Section Source: Hewitt Petroleum/Richfield Oil & Gas. Categorized Seismically as several times larger than Providence Discovery Wolverine Gas and Oil Company’s Covenant Field and subsequent Oxy/Wolverine Providence field discoveries in 2003/4 and 2008, show important similarities with Fountain Green. 16
  • 18. Mancos Shale and Others Compared Bakken Shale North Dakota, Montana, Canada Independence Project Mancos Shale (Tununk) Utah 150 feet thick 10,500 feet deep 11% Total Organic Carbon .500 Pressure Gradient 85 feet of interbedded siltstone and sandstone Requires Hydraulic Fracturing Oil Prone 600-3,000’ feet thick 11,550 Feet Deep 7% Total Organic Carbon .660 Pressure Gradient 180 feet of interbedded siltstone and sandstone Extensive Natural Fractures Oil & Gas Prone Eagle Ford Shale Texas 200 feet Thick 11,500 feet deep 4.5% Total Organic Carbon .650 Pressure Gradient Requires Hydraulic Fracturing Oil & Gas Prone Utica Shale Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia A good shale play is defined by having total organic carbon (“TOC’s) greater than 2%, high thermal maturity and a brittle nature that can be fractured. Natural Fractures eliminate the need for Hydraulic Fracturing, saving money reducing possible environmental/political issues. The Tununk member of the Mancos shale is thick, has high TOC’s, interbedded sandstones, natural fractures, and a high pressure gradient, which should yield a higher than average recovery factor. 140 feet thick 7,500 – 9,500 feet deep 7% Total Organic Carbon .46 Pressure Gradient Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Louisiana, Mississippi 200 feet thick 10,000 – 15,000 feet deep 1% - 4% Total Organic Carbon .7 Pressure Gradient 17
  • 19. Contact Information OTCQX: ROIL 15 W. South Temple, Suite 1050 Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 Phone: (801) 519-8500 www.richfieldoilandgas.com