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DSD Energy Partners LLC retained Energy Advisors Group Inc. (EAG) to market a non-producing acreage in the San Andres play.
The sale package consists of about 2,367 gross (1,183 net) acres in Yoakum County, Texas, targeting San Andres.
Based on offset operators' spacing, there are 22 potential gross (8.25 net) locations.
The sale package allows a buyer to receive Permian leases on primary term with multiple pay opportunities offset well-known operators.
- Yoakum County, Texas Prospect
- 2,367 Acres. 1,183 Net. 22 Locations
- San Andres
- Multi-pay Opportunities
- All Rights. All Depths.
- 50% Operated Working Interest; 75% Lease Net Revenue Interest
- 22 Gross Horizontal Locations (8.25 Net).
- Low Drilling and Completion Costs. Less than $3 million per Location
- Lease Expires February 2021
For more information, contact Carrie Calahan, associate with EAG, at email@example.com or 713-600-0123.
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