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This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed May 6, 2009.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the Trustee for future liabilities, the Trust's only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the Trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may cause the Trust to borrow funds required to pay expenses if the Trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust's liabilities. If the Trust borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid. The Trust expense holdback in the third quarter of 2008 was not sufficient to pay the third quarter expenses, so the Trust borrowed $100,000 from MV Partners to pay Trust expenses during the quarter ended September 30, 2008. The Trust borrowed an additional $150,000 from MV Partners during the quarter ended December 31, 2008. Both of these advances were repaid

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during the quarter ended March 31, 2009. The Trustee withheld an additional $250,000 as a reserve against future expenses during the quarter ended March 31, 2009.

        Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

        As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

        The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

        As noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1, 2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution was substantially impacted. There was no impact from such nonpayment by Eaglwing on the April 2009 distribution.

These excerpts taken from the MVO 10-K filed Mar 16, 2009.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid. During 2008, MV Partners made several advances to the trust for trust expenses.

        Royalty income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

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        The trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

        As noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1, 2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution was substantially impacted. MV Partners currently expects that the scheduled quarterly distribution by MV Oil Trust in April 2009 will not be impacted by the nonpayment by Eaglwing or the decreased sales during July and August 2008. Neither the Trust nor the Trust unitholders are liable for any costs in excess of net proceeds; however, the Trust will not receive any net proceeds until future net proceeds exceed the total of those excess costs, plus interest at the prime rate. See "—Other Events."

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid. During 2008, MV Partners made several advances to the trust for trust expenses.

        Royalty income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

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        The trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

        As noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1, 2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution was substantially impacted. MV Partners currently expects that the scheduled quarterly distribution by MV Oil Trust in April 2009 will not be impacted by the nonpayment by Eaglwing or the decreased sales during July and August 2008. Neither the Trust nor the Trust unitholders are liable for any costs in excess of net proceeds; however, the Trust will not receive any net proceeds until future net proceeds exceed the total of those excess costs, plus interest at the prime rate. See "—Other Events."

Liquidity and Capital Resources



        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only
use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative
services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits
interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available
funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on
hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are
repaid. During 2008, MV Partners made several advances to the trust for trust expenses.



        Royalty
income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.



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        The
trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the
availability of capital resources.



        As
noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed
bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1,
2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by
the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution was substantially impacted. MV Partners currently expects that the scheduled quarterly distribution by MV Oil Trust
in April 2009 will not be impacted by the nonpayment by Eaglwing or the decreased sales during July and August 2008. Neither the Trust nor the Trust unitholders are liable for any costs in excess of
net proceeds; however, the Trust will not receive any net proceeds until future net proceeds exceed the total of those excess costs, plus interest at the prime rate. See "—Other Events."




Liquidity and Capital Resources



        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only
use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative
services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits
interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available
funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on
hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are
repaid. During 2008, MV Partners made several advances to the trust for trust expenses.



        Royalty
income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.



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        The
trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the
availability of capital resources.



        As
noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed
bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1,
2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by
the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution was substantially impacted. MV Partners currently expects that the scheduled quarterly distribution by MV Oil Trust
in April 2009 will not be impacted by the nonpayment by Eaglwing or the decreased sales during July and August 2008. Neither the Trust nor the Trust unitholders are liable for any costs in excess of
net proceeds; however, the Trust will not receive any net proceeds until future net proceeds exceed the total of those excess costs, plus interest at the prime rate. See "—Other Events."




This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed Nov 10, 2008.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the Trustee for future liabilities, the Trust's only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the Trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the Trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust's liability. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid. The Trust expense holdback in the third quarter 2008 was not sufficient to pay the third quarter expenses, so the Trustee borrowed $100,000 from MV Partners to pay Trust expenses during the quarter ended September 30, 2008. The Trust borrowed an additional $100,000 from MV Partners in October 2008 and may borrow additional funds as needed.

        Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

        As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

        The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

        As noted above, Eaglwing purchased substantially all of the oil produced from the underlying properties during June 2008 and the first 18 days of July 2008 and subsequently filed bankruptcy. Because of the nonpayment by Eaglwing and decreased sales by MV Partners during July and August 2008, there were not sufficient net proceeds collected by MV Partners from July 1, 2008 through September 30, 2008 for MV Partners to distribute cash to the Trust with respect to the net profits interest relating thereto. As a result, the scheduled quarterly distribution by the Trust in October 2008 was not made and the scheduled January 2009 distribution will be substantially impacted. MV Partners currently expects that the scheduled quarterly distribution by MV Oil Trust in April 2009 will not be

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impacted by the nonpayment by Eaglwing or the decreased sales during July and August 2008. Neither the Trust nor the Trust unitholders are liable for any costs in excess of net proceeds; however, the Trust will not receive any net proceeds until future net proceeds exceed the total of those excess costs, plus interest at the prime rate. See "—Other Events."

This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed Aug 11, 2008.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the Trustee for future liabilities, the Trust's only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the Trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the Trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust's liability. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

        Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

        As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

        The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

        Given the bankruptcy filing by Eaglwing and the uncertainty of recovery by MV Partners of its crude oil sales in June and July 2008, the scheduled quarterly distributions in October 2008 and January 2009 by the Trust may be substantially adversely impacted. See "—Subsequent Events."

This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed May 12, 2008.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future expenses, the Trust's only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust's expenses for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the Trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future expenses. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay expenses if the Trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust's expense. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

        Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

        As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

        The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

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These excerpts taken from the MVO 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

        Royalty income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

        The trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

Liquidity and Capital Resources



        Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust's only use of cash is for
distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative services agreement.
Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits interest, payments from the
hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash
the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be
received are insufficient to cover the trust's liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.




        Royalty
income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.



        The
trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust's liquidity or the
availability of capital resources.



This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed Nov 14, 2007.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

        Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the Trust's only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust's liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust's liability. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

        Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of "gross proceeds" and "net proceeds" contained in the conveyance.

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        As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

        The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust's liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed Aug 14, 2007.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the Trust’s only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust’s liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust’s liability. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of “gross proceeds” and “net proceeds” contained in the conveyance.

As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust’s liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-Q filed May 15, 2007.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

Other than Trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the Trust’s only use of cash is for distributions to Trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the Trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to an administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the Trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the Trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the Trustee) that quarter, over the Trust’s liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The Trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the Trust’s liability. If the Trustee borrows funds, the Trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

Income to the Trust from the net profits interest is based on the calculation and definitions of “gross proceeds” and “net proceeds” contained in the conveyance.

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As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the general cost of oilfield services.

The Trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the Trust’s liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

This excerpt taken from the MVO 10-K filed Apr 2, 2007.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

Other than trust administrative expenses, including any reserves established by the trustee for future liabilities, the trust’s only use of cash is for distributions to trust unitholders. Administrative expenses include payments to the trustee as well as an annual administrative fee to MV Partners pursuant to the administrative services agreement. Each quarter, the trustee determines the amount of funds available for distribution. Available funds are the excess cash, if any, received by the trust from the net profits interest, payments from the hedge contracts and other sources (such as interest earned on any amounts reserved by the trustee) that quarter, over the trust’s liabilities for that quarter. Available funds are reduced by any cash the trustee decides to hold as a reserve against future liabilities. The trustee may borrow funds required to pay liabilities if the trustee determines that the cash on hand and the cash to be received are insufficient to cover the trust’s liability. If the trustee borrows funds, the trust unitholders will not receive distributions until the borrowed funds are repaid.

Royalty income to the trust is based on the calculation and definitions of “gross proceeds” and “net proceeds” contained in the conveyance.

As substantially all of the underlying properties are located in mature fields, MV Partners does not expect future costs for the underlying properties to change significantly as compared to recent historical costs other than increases due to increases in the cost of oilfield services generally. However, see “—Planned Development and Workover Program” below.

The trust does not have any transactions, arrangements or other relationships with unconsolidated entities or persons that could materially affect the trust’s liquidity or the availability of capital resources.

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