May 18, 2022

Murphy Oil: King’s Quay Floating Production System and Khaleesi, Mormont and Samurai Field Development Project



APRIL 2022

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Murphy in a nutshell


King’s Quay Floating Production System

Khaleesi/Mormont/Samurai Field Development Project

Murphy in a nutshell

Murphy is an independent exploration and production company, producing in three areas with an advantageous portfolio and exploration potential

4th quarter 2021 production1

Ashore in the United States

  • • Eagle Ford Shale on private land in Texas with approximately 1,300 future locations on approximately 122,000 net acres

  • • Production of 33.4 MBOEPD in the 4th quarter of 2021, composed of 69% oil and 85% liquids

Terrestrial Canada

  • • Tupper Montney ~1,400 future locations on ~100,000 net acres, produced 263 MMCFD in Q4 2021

  • • Kaybob Duvernay ~600 future locations on ~157,000 net acres, produces 8.1 MBOEPD in Q4 2021

Off the Gulf of Mexico in deep waters

  • • Fifth largest producer in the Gulf of Mexico, produced 61 MBOEPD1 in the 4th quarter of 2021

  • • Execution of 3 major projects on schedule, with first oil expected in Q2 2022


  • • ~1 BBOE of medium-at-risk resources and over 6 million net acres in the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Mexico, Brazil and Vietnam

1 Excluding minority interests. Proved reserves are based on third-party audited volumes as of year-end 2021 using SEC prices Note: Future locations and net area as of December 31, 2021

YE 2021 Proven Reserves1

United States land

Terrestrial Canada

Why Murphy Oil?

Sustainable oil and gas assets that are

operated with low carbon emissions in three

operating areas across North America

High potential exploration portfolio with industry leaders

offshore capabilities

Strong free cash flow generator with capital allocation


Financial discipline has led to a 60-year track record of

return of capital to shareholders

Supported by a decades-old founding family, with

owned by board and management

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