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Energy Advisors Group Inc. (EAG) has been retained by a private seller to market a package of Western Anadarko Basin minerals located in Beckham, Ellis, Roger Mills, Custer and Washita counties, Okla. The package consists of 771 net mineral acres (99% leased) and 955 net royalty acres spanning 54 sections and royalties are between 12.5%-18.75%.
Package includes exposure to 68 producers including FourPoint Energy LLC, EOG Resources Inc., Chesapeake Energy Corp., Devon Energy Corp., Mewbourne Oil Co., Crawley Petroleum Corp. and Apache Corp., which recently sold these assets to Presidio Petroleum LLC. Four rigs are currently operating in the package locations: Mewbourne (2), FourPoint (1) and Rhino (1). The three month average net revenue is about $3,300.
Key Operators Activity Offsetting Minerals
FourPoint Energy is a key operator in the area and completed 30 Oklahoma wells in 2019 year-to-date and have a rig currently operating in Ellis County. FourPoint has shifted 70% of their new operated wells towards long laterals and have a 60% multiwell development strategy.
EOG expected to see a 44% increase in gross production from their Western Anadarko assets in third-quarter 2019. EOG is reportedly exceeding their high-end oil production target by 20% with 53 Oklahoma well completions in 2019 while also cutting per well drilling and completion costs by $400,000.
Atalaya Resources LLC operates three wells offsetting the seller's minerals in Beckham County, and recently completed a one-mile Strawn well in June 2019 with an IP-30 of 1,200 barrels of oil equivalent (5% above previous IPs)
EAG said operators are receiving great results from one-mile laterals in comparison to extended laterals implying a shift toward lower costs and higher near-term returns. Also, 21 stacked pay targets allow more flexibility in drilling operations and enables the utilization of cost-effective multiwell pad drilling to maximize near-term cash flows.
- Oklahoma Minerals For Sale
- 54-Sections. 771 Net Mineral Acres. 955 Net Royalty Acres.
- Western Anadarko Basin
- Beckham, Custer, Ellis, Roger Mills and Washita Counties.
- Cleveland, Atoka, Tonkawa, Marmaton
- 68 Current Producers on Mineral Position.
- Mineral Interest For Sale
- Offset Several IPs greater than 1,500 barrels of oil equivalent per day
For more information, contact Richard Martin, director with EAG, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-774-2150.
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