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Permian Basin News: Pioneer Natural Resources acquires Midland Basin acreage

permian basinPioneer expects to use 3 horizontal rigs to drill the newly added Sale Ranch area locations

PioneerDALLAS – Pioneer Natural Resources Company announced that they closed the acquisition of approximately 28,000 net acres in the Midland Basin from Devon Energy for $435 million, according to a press release.

The acreage is located in Martin, Midland, Upton, Reagan, Glasscock, Andrews, Dawson, Gaines and Howard counties.

Current net

production is approximately 1,400 BOEPD, with oil comprising approximately 65 per cent of the production. Substantially all of the acreage is held by production.

Substantially all of the 28,000 net acres is located in the core of the Midland Basin, with significant portions of the acreage acquired offsetting existing Pioneer acreage.

Of the core acreage acquired, approximately 15,000 net acres are located in the Sale Ranch area in Martin County and northern Midland County where Pioneer has drilled its most productive Wolfcamp B wells.

Pioneer expects to utilize three horizontal rigs to drill the newly added Sale Ranch area locations.

The company will immediately begin the title work, permitting process and facility construction in preparation for the expected initial production from these locations during the first half of 2017.


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