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Yeager Land & Title retained EnergyNet for the sale of a non-producing mineral (4,571.55 NMA) package located in Archer County, Texas. The Lot# 104074 package includes two offset rigs operated by select area operators, including ARAMCO Petroleum and Comstock Energy.
- 4,572.55 Net Contiguous Non-Producing Minerals
- 2 Offset Rigs
- 2,209 Offset Permits
- New Drill: 88 Active | 57 DUC | 53 Permitted
- 1,590 Active Offset Producers
- Select Area Operators:
- ARAMCO Petroleum
- Burk Royalty Company, LTD
- Comstock Energy
- JDL Operating, LLC
- Massie Oil Company
- Pantera Energy Corporation
- Quatro Oil and Gas, Inc.
Bids are due at 12:55 p.m. CDT on March 16. For complete due diligence information, please visit energynet.com or email Zachary Muroff, managing director, at Zachary.Muroff@energynet.com.
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