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A private seller retained PetroDivest Advisors as the exclusive adviser in connection with the offering for sale its oil and gas mineral and royalty interests in the core of the Midland Basin.
The assets being offered include a considerable, non-concentrated footprint in one of the highest-returning basins in the Lower 48, according to PetroDivest, with exposure to premier operators drilling extended laterals utilizing current generation completion techniques and substantial near-term cash flow from about 160 recent DUCs/permits plus thousands of additional undeveloped locations throughout seven horizons boasting highly economic returns.
- ~1,200 Net Royalty Acres – 95% HBP
- Profound Midland footprint with over 137,300 gross acres
- Exposure to premier Midland operators such as Surge Energy, Pioneer Natural Resources Co. and Endeavor Energy Resources LP
- Substantial cash flow growth with near-term DUC/Permit development
- Next 12-Month Cash Flow (PDP/DUC/Permit): $2.2 million
- Rapid near-term growth underwritten by over 65 DUCs/98 Permits
- PDP/DUC/Permit PV-10: ~$7 million
- Over 4,000 Highly Economic Undeveloped Locations
- Prolific undeveloped inventory generates over $56 million of additional undiscounted cash flow
- 25+ years remaining of highly-economic inventory
- Evaluation materials available via the Virtual Data Room on July 15
- Bids are due Aug. 12.
The seller anticipates PSA execution by early September and closing by late October. For information visit petrodivest.com or contact Jerry Edrington, director of PetroDivest, at email@example.com or 713-595-1017.
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