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Samson Resources Co. retained EnergyNet for the sale of multiple properties across several states in the U.S. Lower 48 through an auction closing March 31.
The offering is comprised of a 42 property package including nonoperated working interest, royalty interest and overriding royalty interest (ORRI) plus leasehold, mineral and surface acreage. Asset locations include Arkansas, California, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.
- ORRI in 13 Producing Properties:
- 4.898794% to 0.011368% ORRI
- Royalty Interest in Seven Properties:
- 0.718269% to 0.010143% Royalty Interest
- Six Producing | One Non-Producing
- Revenue Interest in 10 Properties:
- 2.224094% to 0.159505% Net Revenue Interest
- Seven Producing | Three Non-Producing
- Nonoperated Working Interest in Nine Properties:
- 45.96084% to 1.200722% Working Interest / 34.262159% to 0.927746% Net Revenue Interest
- Five Producing | One Active Injection | Three Shut-In
- Six-month Average 8/8ths Production: 36,646 MCFPD and 4,195 BOPD (Includes Unit Production)
- Select Operators: BRG Lone Star Ltd., Chisholm Oil & Gas Operating LLC, Merit Energy Co., OLIPDP I LLC, Presidio Petroleum LLC, TGNR TVL LLC and Trinity Operating USG LLC
- 23,958.396 Net Leasehold Acres
- 14,030.696 Net Developed Acres
- 9,927.70 Net Undeveloped Acres
- 26,038.961 Net Mineral Acres
- 25,567.787 Net Unleased Minerals
- 471.174 Net Leased Minerals
- 104.85 Gross Surface Acres
- 92.85 Gross Acres in Kings, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara counties, Calif.
- 12.00 Gross Acres in Bossier Parish, La.
Bids are due at 1:30 p.m. CST March 31. For complete due diligence information on either package visit energynet.com or email Ethan House, vice president of business development, at Ethan.House@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, vice president of corporate development, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
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