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Nanorobotics is an evolving technology arena that creates robots or machines which have machinery near to the scale of a nanometre (1029 meters).

Nanorobotics is an evolving technology arena that creates robots or machines which have machinery near to the scale of a nanometre (1029 meters). It denotes the nanotechnology engineering regulation of planning, designing, and building nanorobots, primarily from molecular components.

Global Nanorobotics Market is accounted for $4.10 Billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $11.88 Billion by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 12.5% during the forecast period. Growing application of nanotechnology and regenerative medicine, rising acceptance and preferment of entrepreneurship and increasing investments by government and universities are the key factors fuelling the market growth. However, high manufacturing cost may hinder the growth of the market.

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By Type, Nanomanipulator is expected to hold considerable market growth during the forecast period. Nanomanipulator is a specialized nanorobot and microscopic viewing system for working with objects on an extremely small scale. Nanomanipulators are mainly used to influence the atoms and molecules and were among the first nanorobotic systems to be commercially accessible. By geography, Europe dominated the highest market share due to rising aging population and rising governmental healthcare expenditure.

Some of the key players in Nanorobotics include Bruker, JEOL, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Ginkgo Bioworks, Oxford Instruments, EV Group, Imina Technologies, Toronto Nano Instrumentation, Klocke Nanotechnik, Kleindiek Nanotechnik, Xidex, Synthace, Park Systems, Smaract and Nanonics Imaging

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7 Global Nanorobotics Market, By Geography

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Global Venture Capital Investment Market valued approximately USD 164.4 billion in 2019 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 16.48% over the forecast period 2019-2026.

The Venture capital investment is that financing which involves funding to startup organizations along with small business businesses which are believed to have long term potential growth in the coming years. The Venture capital generally comes from the individuals such as well-off investors, investment banks and other financial institutions. Escalating portion of new investments in the developing countries such as China & India and surging participation from mutual funds sector and hedge funds and banks into the Venture capital industry are the substantial driving factors of the market during the forecast period.

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  • Small Businesses
  • Medium-Sized Businesses
  • Large Business

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  • United States
  • Europe
  • China
  • Japan
  • Southeast Asia
  • India

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  • Base Year: 2018
  • Estimated Year: 2019
  • Forecast Year 2019 to 2026

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Laredo Petroleum (LPI) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Laredo Petroleum, Inc. second-quarter 2019 earnings conference call. My name is Josh, and I’ll be …

Jason joined us from Chesapeake at the end of May as our president and will be named CEO in the fourth quarter of the year. Before I hand the call over Jason, I would like to take a moment to complement our new senior leadership team and the entire organization for what has been accomplished in a very short time. After the reduction enforced in April, the experienced employees quickly stepped up into leadership positions, restructuring the organization to do more with less. What we have accomplished is attributed to the kind of people and depth of talent that we have here at Laredo and their dedication to do an amazing job, day in, day out.

Jason PigottPresident

Thank you, Randy. I’m excited to be on the team and continue advancing the transformation you started at Laredo. In a short amount of time, one of the things I’ve been able to discern is that we have great people here at Laredo. Additionally, there is nothing like starting a new job with the great results we were able to release this quarter. Turning to operational results.

We completed our first widely spaced package since we committed to changing development spacing in November of 2018. Results for the Yellow Rose package are shown on Slide 6. The package began flow back in late April and has more than 100 days of production. Currently, the Yellow Rose is outperforming a directly offset, tight-spacing package, the Fuchs, by more than 30% on a cumulative oil production per-foot basis.

This is a very positive result, and it confirms our expectations that the 2019 drilling program should exhibit a significant productivity increase versus 2018 program. Wider spacing is expected to drive significant productivity improvements versus offset tighter-spaced packages through our acreage. We view these data as supporting our Upper Wolfcamp and Middle Wolfcamp-type curve. I will point out that the Fuchs package was one of our better, tightly spaced packages, so the Yellow Rose would also be expected to perform well versus our type curve.

Our focus is on the productivity of the Yellow Rose relative to the Fuchs. In order to simplify my remarks for the remainder of this presentation, I’ll refer to the combined Upper Wolfcamp and Middle Wolfcamp co-development as simply the Wolfcamp. On Slide 7, we show the progression of our well of returns as we have lowered well cost and wider spacing is improving productivity. The 31% rate of return we show here is based on Wolfcamp-type curve productivity, so of course, the Yellow Rose returns would be higher.

We are sharpening our focus on enhancing returns and minimizing risk in our development program and are working to high grade our inventory. In that way, we have refined how we are looking at our combined Wolfcamp development and will target an area of higher client productivity where returns are expected to be similar to the Wolfcamp returns as drilling and completion costs have come down. On Slide 8, we have illustrated the development changes and related inventory assumptions associated with these adjustments. In the Wolfcamp development strategy, we took a closer look at both our data and third-party data as it applies to productivity relative to vertical spacing.

In light of this data, we have reduced targeted landing points from four to three. We feel this reduces the risk of vertical interference between zones and increases our confidence in productivity assumptions. While this does — produced a number of potential Wolfcamp co-development locations and has a relatively small impact on the potential single-zone development locations. Continuing on Slide 8, we are returning to a region of higher productivity client targets, illustrated by the orange loop, where we have drilled in the past.

Moving to Slide 9. We show the data that drove this decision. If you look at the green production curve, this is the average oil productivity per 10,000 feet, up 28 regional Cline wells completed with 1,100 pounds of sand per foot. For perspective, the average first-year oil production of a Cline completion in this region using 1,100 pounds of sand per foot, is equivalent to the first-year oil production of the Wolfcamp-type curve for a 1,800 pound per foot completion.

The blue production curve is the average oil productivity of four regional Cline wells completed with 1,800 pounds of sand per foot, all four of which have extensive production history. The regional Cline-type curve we developed using this data, generates a 26% higher oil productivity assumption versus our Wolfcamp-type curve in the first two years of production. Using these assumptions, the higher oil productivity more than compensates for the additional $1.2 million in well cost, generating a return that is very similar to the Wolfcamp. We expect to begin to incorporate regional client drilling into our development plan beginning in 2020.

Specifically, we expect to focus on opportunities to incorporate client targets into well packages, where we are already developing the Wolfcamp to take full advantage of drilling and completion cost reduction opportunities. We anticipate taking a measured approach to incorporating this client development into our drilling plan with the option to accelerate development as data supports our assumptions. As we work to high grade our inventory and focus on enhancing returns, we also expect to increase our focus on bolt-on acquisitions and leasing in and around our existing acreage as we have begun to see more opportunities for both leasing and trades. We view Laredo as a natural partner for transactions around our leasehold, given our infrastructure investments and extensive data set covering the area.

I will now hand the call over to Michael for our financial update.

Michael BeyerSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Thank you, Jason. As Randy discussed, Laredo has transitioned to a position of generating free cash flow, driven by improving well productivity and a peer-leading cost structure. Our hedge position helps to secure our expected cash flow, as illustrated on Slide 10. For the balance of 2019, we have locked in oil prices of more than $60 per barrel on 95% of our anticipated oil production.

This paired with our natural gas NGL and basis hedges, representing 80% of our forecasted production for the second half of 2019. Our hedge has significantly reduced the impact of a potential drop in commodity prices and help ensure the company’s cash flow projections for 2019. Additionally, for 2020, we have hedged 7.5 million barrels of oil at an average price of $59 per barrel and 23.8 million MMBtu at a floor price of $2.70 per MMBtu. Our full hedge position is detailed in the appendix.

Turning to Slide 11. We have no debt maturities for 30 months and more than $900 million in liquidity, which will continue to improve during the second half of the year as we plan to continue reducing borrowings on the facility. In the first quarter of 2019, our front-weighted capital program produced a planned outspend versus cash flow of $51 million on a cost-incurred basis. We borrowed $80 million on our credit facility in the first quarter to fund this outspend and the increase in working capital.

In the second quarter, we surpassed our commitment to be cash flow neutral by generating $40 million in free cash flow. This free cash flow enabled us to pay down $35 million on our credit facility, which we have further reduced by another $20 million during this first month of the third quarter. We now anticipate exceeding our initial expectations of living within cash flow for the full-year 2019 by generating $30 million of free cash flow for the year. Laredo remains strongly committed to a discipline development program that targets measured oil growth and at a minimum, living within cash flow.

Our focus on improving returns as we widen spacing, reduce cost and high grade inventory, combined with our conservative debt profile, drive our ability to deliver on this commitment. Operator, please open the call for questions.

Questions & Answers:

Operator

Thank you. [Operator instructions]. Our first question comes from Derrick Whitfield with Stifel. You may proceed with your question.

Derrick WhitfieldStifel Financial Corp. — Analyst

Thanks. Good morning, all, and congrats on a second exceptionally strong quarter. Perhaps for Randy or Jason, based on the high grading you’re outlining on Page 8 in your initial results with the Yellow Rose package, is it possible that your type curve revisions at year-end were overly punitive?

Jason PigottPresident

It’s Jason. We — I mean we feel good about the type curve right now. If you look at Slide 6 — I mean, if we compare those results and the initial results from the Yellow Rose, the rock is better in that area. So if you looked at it, we compare the Yellow Rose widely spaced package to the more densely spaced package at the Fuchs.

And you can see that the Fuchs is even outperforming the type curve early on in that area. So right now, we’re just — we believe in the type curve. We have one package flowing back, so we’ll wait for more data before changing anything on our type curve, but we feel strong with the type curve we’ve got. It represents the inventory we’ve highlighted.

Derrick WhitfieldStifel Financial Corp. — Analyst

Thanks, Jason. And perhaps, Randy, as a follow-up, could you remind us of how the geology of the Cline changes as you move West and South from the area that you’ve outlined on Page 8?

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. And Derrick, thank you for your opening comments. The Cline is pretty — at a little higher altitude, it does put — it kind of looks the same going everywhere. And when you — but having said that, when we’re talking about a shale deposition sequence from well to well, it does change some.

And for us, I think the critical thing is that we get deeper in the basin as we go from east to west, and the Cline has a little higher maturity temperature. So it’s a little gassier. It’s going to produce across all of that acreage. The question is, what the economics are? And keep in mind, the inventory we show on Page 8, that’s not our inventory, that’s our high-graded inventory.

Derrick WhitfieldStifel Financial Corp. — Analyst

Very helpful. Thanks for your time.

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. [Operator instructions] Our next question comes from Brian Singer with Goldman Sachs. You may proceed with your question.

Brian SingerGoldman Sachs — Analyst

Thank you. Good morning.

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Good morning, Brian.

Brian SingerGoldman Sachs — Analyst

And Jason, congratulations. Just one question and that is with regards to Cline. You mentioned you’re going to be integrating the Cline drilling into 2020. Do you see that as incremental relative to what you would otherwise be doing before? Or is this — would this be replacing drilling that you would have done elsewhere in the portfolio? And if so, where?

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

I think the way that we’re thinking about it right now is just is we’re developing Wolfcamp and when we’ve got good Cline opportunity there, we’re going to develop that altogether on the path. So that’s what the planning would be going forward. I mean the return is better. And I don’t know that we’re done optimizing the completions.

We’ve got one test here with higher sand. It may — more sand may help improve productivity even more. So there’s lots to learn about the Cline. I don’t think we’re done yet as we continue to improve cost and increase productivity.

Brian SingerGoldman Sachs — Analyst

OK. So should we think of the Cline over the medium term as a driver of otherwise higher growth than we thought and higher — and potentially higher capital spending? Or should we think of the Cline as just a potentially more capital-efficient way of achieving the growth at a given level of spending that you’re otherwise going to do?

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

I don’t think you should view the Cline as having increased our capital spending. I think we’re going to be pretty disciplined. For us, it’s just another validation that we have a pretty good, high-graded inventory and we’ll — from an operational point of view, to Jason’s point, we’ll drill those in most efficient way we can, but we don’t view it as increasing, anytime soon, our capital expenditures.

Brian SingerGoldman Sachs — Analyst

Great. Thank you so much.

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. I’m not showing any further questions at this time. I would now like to turn the call back over to Ron Hagood for any further remarks.

Ron HagoodVice President, Investor Relations

Thank you for joining us for our second-quarter ’19 update call. We appreciate your interest in Laredo. This concludes today’s call, and have a good morning.

Operator

[Operator signoff]

Duration: 19 minutes

Call participants:

Ron HagoodVice President, Investor Relations

Randy FoutchChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Jason PigottPresident

Michael BeyerSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Derrick WhitfieldStifel Financial Corp. — Analyst

Brian SingerGoldman Sachs — Analyst

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