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ABG Royalty, LLC (ABG) is offering for sale a 5 property package in various North Dakota, Mississippi and Montana counties. Lot# 105843 includes royalty interests in four properties, plus various overriding royalty interests in multiple tracts of the CCA 8B ORD PA B Unit. These properties are located in Madison and Yazoo Counties, Mississippi, Fallon County, Montana and Bowman County, North Dakota. It has been estimated that the combined properties have produced an average of approximately 4,744 bbl/d and 15,233 mcf/d over the past six month reported period. ABG has retained EnergyNet as its exclusive advisor relating to the transaction.
- This lot contains various royalty interests (producing minerals) in four (4) properties, plus various overriding royalty interests in multiple tracts of the CCA 8B ORD PA B Unit, all located in Madison and Yazoo Counties, Mississippi; Fallon County, Montana and Bowman County, North Dakota. Operated by Denbury Onshore LLC of Plano, Texas.
- Combined, these properties have produced an average of approximately 4,744 bbl/d and 15,233 mcf/d over the past six (6) month reported period.
Bids for Lot# 105843 are due on June 6 at 2:05 p.m. CDT. For complete due diligence information on this property, please visit http://www.energynet.com or email Lindsay Ballard, Managing Director, at Lindsay.Ballard@energynet.com.
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