56.7 MMBoe

Proved Reserves

6.0 MMBoe

Proved Reserves

40.8 MMBoe

Proved Reserves




Permian Basin

The Permian Basin, one of the largest and most prolific oil and natural gas producing basins in the United States, was discovered in 1921 and extends over 100,000 square miles in West Texas and southeast New Mexico. It is characterized by oil and natural gas fields with long production histories and multiple producing formations.


Our properties in the Mid-Continent region are primarily in the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma. The vast majority of these properties were acquired through several transactions from April 2007 through October 2008.

Rocky Mountain

The Rocky Mountain region became a core operating region for us after we completed a $125.5 million acquisition in the Big Horn and Wind River Basins in Wyoming during February 2010.

East Texas

The East Texas region became a core operating region for us through our 2015 acquisitions in Anderson, Freestone, Houston, Leon, Limestone and Robertson counties. The properties in East Texas consist of mature, low-decline natural gas wells. The East Texas properties are supported by a 567 mile natural gas gathering system and plant we acquired as part of those acquisitions. The wells in our East Texas fields are produced from multiple fields and formations which primarily include the Bossier and Cotton Valley formations at depths of approximately 12,000 to 14,000 feet.