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White Rock Oil & Gas retained PetroDivest Advisors to market for sale its Welch Unit waterflood properties in Dawson and Terry counties, Texas.

The assets offer an attractive opportunity, PetroDivest said, to acquire strong, low-decline, and oil-weighted net production and cash flow, about 4,700 operated net acres with interest in 161 producers and injectors, and multiple identified opportunities for field redevelopment and waterflood optimization to unlock additional production, reserves and cash flow.

Asset Highlights:

  • Consolidated ~4,700 Net Acre Position
    • Large, operated, HBP and contiguous position provides control for buyer improvements of waterflood and ongoing operations
      • 80 producing wells, 81 water injection wells, 42 PDNP wells
    • Concentrated position enables efficient operations and low lifting costs of <$20/Bbl
  • Low-Decline, Oil-Weighted Net Production (~180 bbl/d of oil on 6% Decline)
    • A legacy oil-producing asset with 60 years of productivity and consistently low annual decline serves as a resilient cash flow engine
      • ~$5 million next 12-month operating cash flow (PDP)
    • PDP NPV-10: $22 million
    • PDP Net Reserves: 1.0 MMboe
    • Asset well-maintained throughout prior and current operatorship (Devon and White Rock, respectively)
      • Infrastructure in place to support operations and improvements
  • Primed for Optimization & Redevelopment
    • Significant workover potential with 17 wells identified to return low-risk, meaningful production online
      • +43 boe/d initial additional net production
      • +$2 million NPV10%
    • Waterflood pattern realignment potential with producer-to-injector and injector-to-producer conversion resulting in better reservoir sweep and a further arrested decline
      • Injection realignment identified by White Rock based on analog Chevron McElroy Field
PetroDivest Advisors Marketed Map - White Rock Oil and Gas Northern Midland Basin Waterflood Properties
(Source: PetroDivest Advisors)

Process Summary:

  • Evaluation materials available via the Virtual Data Room on May 11
  • Bids are due on June 9

For information visit or contact Jerry Edrington, director of PetroDivest, at or 713-595-1017.