Exxon Mobil recently announced that they would acquire XTO Energy, Inc. to the tune of approximately $14 billion. XTO is one of America’s largest natural-gas businesses (85% natural gas, 15% liquids), which has boomed with the onset of horizontal drilling and well fracturing to extract energy from older oil fields.
How this acquisition will play our for royalty owners remains to be seen. If you own an oil and gas royalty, mineral interest, lease or overriding royalty interest and are interested in selling, we can help. Please click here to contact us or alternatively, you can call us directly by dialing (214) 453-3524.
Current XTO Oil and Gas Properties
Below is a brief list of XTO properties throughout the continental United States. For more information about XTO Energy, please visit their website: http://www.xtoenergy.com
Eastern Region – XTO Energy is a prominent producer in East Texas and Northern Louisiana with the Freestone trend leading the way.
- Freestone Trend
- Haynesville / Sabine Uplift / Cotton Valley
Barnett Shale – XTO entered the Barnett Shale play in early 2004 with a small acquisition and has rapidly become a dominate player. This region accounts for more than 20% of XTO’s total production. During 2008 the company added a new core operating base in the prolific Marcellus Shale region
Appalachia Region – XTO moved into the Appalachian Region in mid-2008, with an acquisition from Linn Energy. The expansive leasehold is anchored in the right location with prolific shale potential.
San Juan Region – XTO Energy took its initial position in this expansive region with a 1997 acquisition in the San Juan Basin. XTO Energy controls an expansive development inventory which focuses on conventional production in the Wasatch, Mesaverde, Dakota and Paradox Formations, and on CBM production in the Fruitland, Raton, Vermejo and Ferron coals.
- Unita Basin
- Piceance Basin
- Raton Basin
- San Juan Basin
Mid-Continent Region – The Mid-Continent Region covers a diverse range of fields from the Rocky Mountains, to the plains of Kansas and Oklahoma, to the Ozarks of Arkansas. The Company is committed to long-term development plans for the Fayetteville, Woodford and Bakken shales.
- Bakken Shale
- Powder River Basin
- Green River Basin
- Northwest Oklahoma
- Woodford Shale
- Fayettville Shale
Permian Region – XTO Energy acquired some of the Company’s first assets in the venerable oil province of West Texas.
Gulf Coast – With our recent acquisition of properties from Dominion and Hunt Petroleum, the Gulf Coast Region is an area that XTO will exploit and develop both onshore and offshore.
Submit Your Bid Request Online Today
If you are interested in selling your oil and gas royalty, lease or overriding royalty interest, you can submit your bid request directly through our website. You have no obligation to accept our bid, so there is no risk involved in finding out what your oil and gas royalties are worth.
Alternatively, you can call and speak with us directly by dialing (214) 453-3524.