As stated in the press release, last Friday, the distribution for the three-month period ended June 30, 2012 CHKR will be $0.6100 per common unit and approximately $0.4800 per subordinated unit.Worth noting, Chesapeake Energy owns 100% of these subordinated units. The distribution we paid in August 30 , 2012, the unitholders of record at the close of business on August 20, 2012. The capital distribution for this period is approximately $0.58 per unit, however since this is below the predetermined subordination threshold for the quarter of $0.6100 per unit, a distribution per subordinated unit will be reduced in order to make a distribution of $0.6100 per common unit. The low distribution was driven by lower natural gas and natural gas liquids prices. For the three-month period of March 1 st through May 2012, total sales volumes contributed to the Trust royalty interest worth 168,000 barrels of oil, 328,000 barrels of natural gas liquids and 3.14 billion cubic feet of natural gas for total sales of 1.02 million barrels of oil equivalent or BOE. This is slightly above the previous projected sales volumes for the period of 972,000 BOE. Realized prices for the period were $97.96 per barrel of oil, $32.83 per barrel of natural gas liquids and $1.17 per Mcf of natural gas. These prices include the effect of transportation and third-party deductions. When comparing quarter-over-quarter changes in realized prices for the 2012 second quarter, unhedged realized oil prices are higher by $0.93 per barrel, however this is offset by unhedged realized natural gas liquid prices, which were lower by $3.73 per barrel and natural gas prices, which were also lower by $0.73 per Mcf. Turning to hedges, actual non-accrual prices were above swap contract prices held by the trust resulting in a realized loss on oil contracts of approximately $2.6 million for the period. These fixed oil swap contracts were initially established to help hedge approximately 50% of oil and natural gas liquids volumes.
However, historically, we had the natural gas prices coupled with strong domestic natural liquids growth ahead of existing infrastructure has resulted in reduced prices of natural gas liquids as a percentage of NYMEX oil. The trust has forecasted 2012 second quarter natural gas liquids to WTI oil ratio of 49%, and actual results for the quarter were 34%. Additionally, the trust has no natural gas hedges in place.Turning to drilling results in the Trust AMI, Chesapeake brought online 14 gross wells, which include 12 operated and two non-op, in the three-month period from March 1 st through May 31, 2012 at varied net working interest. These 14 gross wells equated to approximately 11.7 development wells towards Chesapeake's overall commitment of 118 development wells under the development agreement with the trust. With this activity, Chesapeake is on pace with its planned drilling activity in order to satisfy the 118 development commitment to the trust having drilled or participated in 35 development wells since inception. Chesapeake plans to operate five to six rigs in the Trust AMI and this level of drilling is consistent with the original plans outlined in the trust SEC filings. We will now take any questions you have. Operator, please open up the line for Q&A. Question-and-Answer Session Operator (Operator Instructions). We'll take our first question from Justin Albert with Raymond James. Justin Albert - Raymond James Hi, good morning. You guys mentioned that you brought online 14 gross loans during the quarter. Is it fair to assume that for May, you brought on seven? Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com