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EnergyNet was retained by Lane Lasrich for the sale of a Paradox Basin opportunity in San Juan County, Utah, through a sealed-bid offering closing Aug. 11.
- 3,165,000 barrels of oil and 3.49 Bcf of gas Total Potential
- Three Separate Drilling Opportunities:
- Tin Cup Mesa Field Infill Drilling Location (300,000 barrels of oil and 390 MMcf of gas - U Ismay)
- Horse Canyon Field Direct Stepout (225,000 barrels of oil and 350 MMcf of gas - U Ismay) | Horse Canyon Field Exploratory (1,240 barrels of oil and 1.25 Bcf of gas - Des Cr)
- Bluff Bench Shoals Exploratory Prospect (1.4 million barrels of oil and 1.5 Bcf of gas - Des Cr)
- All Can Be Tested By Shallow (<6400') Vertical Wells
- No Fracture Stimulation Needed
- Locations on Flat Ground Next to Existing Road
- Located on Either Utah State (SITLA) Or Federal Leases
Bids are due at 4 p.m. CST on Aug. 11. For complete due diligence information on any of the packages visit energynet.com or email Ryan P. Dobbs, vice president of business development, at Ryan.Dobbs@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, vice president of corporate development, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
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