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Conquistador et al retained EnergyNet for the sale of oil and gas nonoperated working interest located in Webb County, Texas, through a sealed-bid offering closing Sept. 9. The assets offer an opportunity to acquire about 1,507 acres in the core of the Austin Chalk.
- Nonoperated working interest in seven horizontal wells targeting the core of South Texas Austin Chalk's highest quality reservoir (6 wells landing in bench C1, 1 well in bench D) in the western condensate window:
- 7.17% to 4.55% working interest / 5.32% to 3.38% net revenue interest
- Operator: SM Energy
- Current 8/8ths Production: 7,318 bbl/d of oil and 25,027 Mcf/d (includes volumes from six new wells)
- Six wells flowing back, with peak rates expected in the next 30 days
- Three-month Average Net Cash Flow: $94,792 (March to May 2021 from 1009H well only, with six Briscoe wells estimated to reach payout status starting September 2021)
- Next 12-month estimated total cash flow $4.3 million
- Exceptional well performance in the Chalk C with EUR's ranging from 150 to 244 boe/ft
- Exposure to best-in-class operator focusing significant horizontal activity on seller's footprint
- Potential upside for buyer
- Should down spacing occur
- Should additional wells be drilled targeting the Chalk C bench above the Chalk D bench well unit
- Seller is conveying a lease of its minerals along with its WI rights to the seven Austin Chalk wells to buyer; seller's interest stems from its unleased mineral interest under approximately 42,000 contiguous gross acres
Bids are due by 4 p.m. CST Sept. 9. For complete due diligence information on any of the packages visit energynet.com or email Cody Felton, vice president of business development, at Cody.Felton@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, vice president of corporate development, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
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