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Michael Joseph Hess, trustee, and Stanley O. Hess Revocable Living Trust retained EnergyNet for the sale of a nine-well package in Canadian County, Oklahoma. The Lot# 102466 package includes nine wells producing MI/RI plus three permitted wells operated by Camino Natural Resources LLC, Canvas Energy LLC, Paloma Resources LLC and Teocalli Explorations LLC.
- Producing MI/RI in Nine Wells:
- 0.566667% to 0.221534% RI
- Three Permitted Hz Mississippian Wells
- Three-Month Net Income: $19,403/Month
- Six-Month Average 8/8ths Production: 9,084 Mcf/d and 600 bbl/d
- Six-Month Average Net Production: 46 Mcf/d and 2 bbl/d
- Camino Natural Resources LLC
- Canvas Energy LLC
- Paloma Resources, LLC
- Teocalli Exploration LLC
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