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Energy Advisors Group Inc. (EAG) is assisting a Permian group with the marketing of a lease position within the Central Basin Platform in Winkler County, Texas.
The position consists of 11 horizontal targeting formations and 15 vertical wells. The package also includes about 1,560 gross (651 net) acres and is offset by Blackbeard Operating LLC, Champion Lone Star Operating LLC and Apache Corp.
The sale package delivers 83.5% lease net revenue interest on two-thirds of the position and 75% lease net revenue interest on one-third of the position under term assignment with Blackbeard (8.5% overriding royalty interest available).
2019 Permits Include:
- Blackbeard Operating - 16 Active (Last 12 Months)
- Champion Lone Star Operating - One Active (Last 90 Days)
- Ruckus Energy - Two Active (Last 60 Days)
- Winkler County, Texas Prospect
- About 1,560 Gross (651 Net) Acres.
- Multiple Horizontal Targets
- Including 15 Vertical Zones
- Solid Vertical Well Control.
- 38 sq Seismic Shoot Available
- Recent Activity and Successful Results
- About 42% Working Interest Available; 83.5% Lease Net Revenue Interest
- Vertical IPs Range: 200-400 barrels per day of Oil
- Offset Blackbeard Operating, OGX Operating LLC and Ruckus Energy
- Flexible Seller With Ask Price
For more information, contact Richard Martin, director with EAG, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-774-2150.
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