Eastern American Natural Gas Trust Depos (NYSE:NGT) filed Annual Report for the period ended 2010-12-31.
Eastern American Natural Gas Trust Depositary Unit has a market cap of $135.1 million; its shares were traded at around $22.9 with and P/S ratio of 15.3. The dividend yield of Eastern American Natural Gas Trust Depositary Unit stocks is 4%. Eastern American Natural Gas Trust Depositary Unit had an annual average earning growth of 0.6% over the past 10 years.
Highlight of Business Operations:The aggregate market value of the Outstanding Units minus the Withdrawn Units at the closing sales price on June 30, 2010 of $22.87 per unit was approximately $111 million.
On March 15, 1993, 5,900,000 Depositary Units were issued in a public offering at an initial public offering price of $20.50 per Depositary Unit. Each Depositary Unit consists of beneficial ownership of one unit of beneficial interest ("Trust Unit") in the Trust and a $20 face amount beneficial ownership interest in a $1,000 face amount zero coupon United States Treasury obligation ("Treasury Obligation") maturing on May 15, 2013. Holders of Depositary Units ("Unitholders") may withdraw the Treasury Obligations associated with the Trust Units (see "Description of Trust Units and Depositary Units"). Of the net proceeds from such offering, $27,787,820 was used to purchase $118,000,000 in face amount of Treasury Obligations and $93,162,180 was retained by ECA in consideration for the conveyance of the Net Profits Interests to the Trust. The Trust acquired the Net Profits Interests effective as of January 1, 1993.
The Trust is responsible for paying the Trustee's fees and all legal, accounting, engineering and stock exchange fees, printing costs and other administrative expenses incurred by or at the direction of the Trustee. The total fees paid to the Trustee for 2010 were $108,000. The total of all Trustee fees and Trust administrative expenses for 2010 was $779,064. Such costs could fluctuate in the future depending primarily on the expenses the Trust incurs for professional services, particularly legal, accounting and
"Chargeable Costs" is that volume of gas which equates in value, determined by reference to the relevant sales price under the Gas Purchase Contract or the Conveyances, as applicable, to the sum of the "Operating Cost Charge", "Capital Costs" and "Taxes" (as defined in the Conveyances). The Operating Cost Charge for 2010 was $658,604, for 2009 was $647,917 and for 2008 was $617,564. As provided in the Conveyances, the Operating Cost Charge will increase based on the lesser of (A) five percent (5%) or (B) a percentage, not less than zero percent (0%), equal to the percentage increase, if any, in the average weekly earnings of Crude Petroleum and Gas Production Workers for the last calendar year, as shown by the index of average weekly earnings of Crude Petroleum and Gas Production Workers, as published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, based on December-to-December comparison.
The Trustee determines for each quarter the amount of cash available for distribution to holders of Depositary Units and the Trust Units evidenced thereby. Such amount (the "Quarterly Distribution Amount") is equal to the excess, if any, of (i) the cash that the Trust receives on or before the tenth day of the third month after the end of each calendar quarter ending before the Trust is dissolved and that is attributable to production from the Net Profits Interest held by the Trust during that calendar quarter, plus, with certain exceptions, any other cash receipts of the Trust during such quarter, over (ii) the liabilities of the Trust paid during such quarter, subject to adjustments for changes made by the Trustee during such quarter in any cash reserves established for the payment of contingent or future obligations of the Trust. Quarterly Distribution Amounts per unit for each of the quarters in 2010 were $0.2217, $0.2592, $0.2625 and $0.2278, respectively. Based on the payment procedures relating to the Net Profits Interests, cash received by the Trustee in a particular quarter from the Net Profits Interests reflects actual gas production for a portion of such quarter and a production estimate for the remainder of such quarter, such estimate to be adjusted to actual production in the following quarter. The Quarterly Distribution Amount for each quarter is payable to Unitholders of record on the last day of the second month following the end of such calendar quarter or such later date as the Trustee determines is required to comply with legal or stock exchange requirements ("Quarterly Record Date"). It is expected that the Trustee will continue to be able to distribute cash on or before the 15th day (or the next succeeding business day following such day if such day is not a business day) of the third month following the end of each calendar quarter to each person who was a Unitholder of record on the Quarterly Record Date, together with interest earned on such Quarterly Distribution Amount from the date of receipt thereof by the Trustee to the payment date.
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