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Peruna South Company, LLC (Peruna) is offering a variety of non-producing minerals opportunities, including 2 offset permits and 130 active offset producers in various Alabama counties. Lot# 105295 includes 128,362.00 net non-producing minerals, 2 offset permits, including a new drill and 130 active offset producers. Select area operators of this lot include Black Rock Operating, LLC, Hughes Eastern Corp., Jabsco Oil Operating, LLC, Land & Natural Resource Development, Inc. and Pruet Production Co. Peruna has retained EnergyNet as its exclusive advisor relating to the transaction.
- 128,362.00 Net Non-Producing Minerals
- 2 Offset Permits
- New Drill: 1 Active | 1 Inactive
- 130 Active Offset Producers
- Select Area Operators:
- Black Rock Operating, L.L.C.
- Hughes Eastern Corp.
- Jabsco Oil Operating, LLC
- Land & Natural Resource Development, Inc.
- Pruet Production Co.
Bids for Lot# 105295 are due on June 1 at 4:00 p.m. CDT. For complete due diligence information on this property, please visit http://www.energynet.com or
email Zachary Muroff, Managing Director, at Zachary.Muroff@energynet.com.
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