VIPER ENERGY PARTNERS LP (VNOM)

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Score: 31/100
Analysis based upon 1/20/2021 closing price.
Viper Energy Partners LP owns, acquires and exploits oil and natural gas properties in North America. The Company is focused on oil and natural gas properties in the Permian Basin and the Eagle Ford Shale. Its assets consist of mineral interests underlying approximately 814,224 gross acres and approximately 24,304 net royalty acres in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale. There are approximately 2,026 vertical wells and 3,781 horizontal wells producing on this acreage. The estimated proved oil and natural gas reserves of the Company's assets is approximately 88,946 thousand barrels of crude oil equivalent (MBOE). Its operators own a working interest in approximately 5,807 productive wells located on the acreage in which it has a mineral interest. The Company's proved developed reserves totals approximately 40,857 thousand barrels (MBbls) of oil, 80,737 million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas and 14,994 MBbls of natural gas liquids, for a total of 69,307 MBOE.

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Guru Criteria: Martin Zweig  
P/E RATIO:FAIL
REVENUE GROWTH IN RELATION TO EPS GROWTH:PASS
SALES GROWTH RATE:PASS
CURRENT QUARTER EARNINGS:FAIL
QUARTERLY EARNINGS ONE YEAR AGO:PASS
POSITIVE EARNINGS GROWTH RATE FOR CURRENT QUARTER:FAIL
EARNINGS GROWTH RATE FOR THE PAST SEVERAL QUARTERS:FAIL
EPS GROWTH FOR CURRENT QUARTER MUST BE GREATER THAN PRIOR 3 QUARTERS:PASS
EPS GROWTH FOR CURRENT QUARTER MUST BE GREATER THAN THE HISTORICAL GROWTH RATE:FAIL
EARNINGS PERSISTENCE:FAIL
LONG-TERM EPS GROWTH:FAIL
TOTAL DEBT/EQUITY RATIO:FAIL

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