Percussion Petroleum LLC

About

Percussion Petroleum LLC is an oil and gas company based in Houston. In partnership with a leading investment firm, Carnelian Energy Capital, Percussion Percussion II focuses on acquisition and development opportunities in select onshore basins in North America. The company’s predecessor, Percussion I, divested its Northwest Shelf asset of 380 gross wellbores and 22,000 net Yeso acres in Eddy and Lea counties, N.M., in June 2019 to Spur Energy Partners LLC.

Editor's note: Updated March 30, 2020.

Headquarters Address

919 Milam Street Suite 2475
Houston, TX 77002
United States

Main Phone Number

New Financings

Report Date Type Amount (MM) Description
2020-03-24 Percussion Petroleum II LLC Equity

Closed equity commitment from Carnelian Energy Capital LP. Proceeds will be used to pursue an acquisition…

News

Percussion Petroleum II bought the bulk of its assets in the Permian Basin from Oasis Petroleum a year ago for $375 million plus…

Percussion Petroleum acquired Oasis Petroleum’s remaining upstream assets in the Texas region of the Permian Basin for cash…

Percussion Petroleum II will pursue the same acquisition and development strategy as its predecessor, which sold its position in the…

Long overshadowed by the Delaware Basin Bone Spring and Wolfcamp plays, a reviving Yeso marks the return of Northwest Shelf…

Jay Graham is back after the successful sale of WildHorse Resource Development to Chesapeake Energy with a new venture—this time in…

Transactions

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2021-06-29 $481.00

Oasis Petroleum Exits Permian Basin in Sale Worth over $480 Million

Oasis Petroleum Exits Permian Basin in Sale Worth over $480 Million

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2019-05-14

Former WildHorse CEO Jay Graham Returns With Permian Basin Acquisition

Former WildHorse CEO Jay Graham Returns With Permian Basin Acquisition

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2019-05-14

Former WildHorse CEO Jay Graham Returns With Permian Basin Acquisition

Former WildHorse CEO Jay Graham Returns With Permian Basin Acquisition