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Liberty Resources LLC

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Liberty Resources II LLC (dba Liberty Resources LLC) is a Denver-based oil and gas Company focused on acquiring acreage in emerging oil and gas resource plays and generating superior production results based on applying our completions expertise to maximize production and economic recovery. The principals in Liberty are recognized as global experts in hydraulic fracturing and other technologies, and the Liberty team has consistently generated the highest production rates per well achieved by the industry in the areas in which they operate.

Editor's note: Updated Dec. 18, 2019.

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1200 17th Street
Suite 2200
Denver, CO 80202
United States

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Transactions

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2013-07-16 $732.00

Kodiak Closes On Williston Purchase

Kodiak Closes On Williston Purchase

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2013-06-04 $660.00

Kodiak Boosts Its Stake In Williston Basin

Kodiak Boosts Its Stake In Williston Basin

2100-10-01 $000.00

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Pilot project shows alternating produced gas with water/surfactant EOR mix boosts production and cuts costs in the Bakken shale.

Liberty Resources president and CEO Mark Pearson explains how the company advances field EOR.

The maturing Bakken play continues to struggle with various challenges following the hit it took as a result of the pandemic.…

At DUG Bakken and Rockies, shale executives acknowledged the headwinds, but remained optimistic about the opportunities in the Powder…

Liberty Resources presents Bakken pilot EOR results to date and its plans for Round 2.

Tight-rock operators are testing EOR ideas to produce more oil where they’ve already made hole. Here are some of their findings.