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Platform Energy LLC retained EnergyNet for the sale of non-producing Permian Basin leasehold in New Mexico's Eddy and Lea counties through two, separate sealed-bid offerings, both closing Feb. 26.
Lot 65082—Eddy County:
- 480.00 Gross/Net Non-Producing Leasehold Acres
- 320.00 Net Federal Leasehold Acres | 160.00 Net State Leasehold Acres
- One Offset Rig
- 32 Offset Permits
- One Active | 14 Drilling/DUC | 17 Permitted
- 237 Active Offset Producers
- Select Area Operators include Chevron USA Inc., EOG Resources Inc., OXY USA Inc. and XTO Permian Operating LLC
Lot 65083—Lea County:
- 396.68 Gross/Net Non-Producing Federal Leasehold Acres
- 100% of Oil and Gas Leases delivering 87.50% Net Revenue Interests
- 27 Offset Rigs
- 1,339 Offset Permits
- 383 Active | 51 Completed | 37 Drilled | 242 Drilling/DUC | 626 Permitted
- 6,246 Active Offset Producers
- 1,052 Bone Spring | 929 Devonian | 399 Drinkard | 207 Wolfcamp
- Select Area Operators include Apache Corp., Blackbeard Operating LLC, Breitburn Operating LP, Chevron USA Inc. and OXY USA Inc.
Bids are due by 4 p.m. CT Feb. 26. For complete due diligence information visit energynet.com or email Michael Baker, vice president of business development, at Michael.Baker@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, vice president of corporate development, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
The disappointment at Hassa-1 comes after Exxon said in November its crude discovery at the Tanager-1 well in the Kaieteur block was not financially viable on its own.
In a separate statement, TNOG owner Heirs Holdings said it had taken a 45% stake in the field, acquiring the stakes of Shell, Total and Eni.
The oil and gas rig count rose 13 to 373 in the week to Jan. 15, its highest since May, according to Baker Hughes Co.