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SWEPI LP retained EnergyNet for the sale of non-producing New Mexico leasehold in an auction closing Dec. 4.
The offering by the Royal Dutch Shell Plc affiliate includes about 139,000 net acres of exploratory acreage for the Pennsylvanian tight gas sand formation in Quay and Curry counties, N.M.
- 139,157.322 Net Non-Producing Leasehold Acres
- 100% Gross Working Interest (Delivering 87.50% to 81.25% Net Revenue Interests)
- 100% Undeveloped Acreage
- All Depths
- Acreage Exploratory for Pennsylvanian Tight Gas Sand
- Expiration Schedule:
- Fourth-quarter 2019: 57,722.67 Net Acres
- First quarter: 51,569.16 Net Acres
- Second quarter: 10,356.32 Net Acres
- Third quarter: 7,485.30 Net Acres
- Fourth quarter: 5,246.25 Net Acres
- First quarter: 5,858.71 Net Acres
- Second quarter: 918.92 Net Acres
Bids are due by 3:10 p.m. CST Dec. 4. For complete due diligence information visit energynet.com or email Cody Felton, vice president of business development, at Cody.Felton@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, director of transaction management, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
Brad Casper’s resignation takes effect Aug. 31. Casper had served as president of U.S. Silica since his promotion to the position in January 2020.
Riviera Resources engaged EnergyNet to market its remaining upstream assets, CEO David Rottino says, with plans for the transactions to close by fourth-quarter 2020.
The plant was designed to capture 33% of the carbon emissions from one of four units at the W.A. Parish coal plant, and pipe it 81 miles to the West Ranch oil field in Jackson County, Texas, where it would push more oil to the surface.