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- Gas Hydrates
Larry E. Lee, who helped create the company that became Halcón Resources Corp. (NYSE: HK), is on the move again, buying Permian Basin assets and, more recently, interest in the general partner of an MLP.
Through the deal, Lee would be able to acquire control of the E&P activities of New Source Energy Partners LP (NYSE: NSLP) if certain conditions are met, including the purchase of some of Lee’s oil and gas assets. The transaction is another sign that E&P MLPs may be struggling more than their publically traded cousins in the downturn.
New Source said April 27 that Lee’s 2100 Energy LLC acquired an 18.4% interest in New Source Energy GP LLC. The interest was purchased from Kristian B. Kos, New Source’s chairman and CEO. New Source is an Oklahoma City company with conventional resource reservoirs in east-central Oklahoma and oilfield services that specialize in increasing efficiencies and safety in drilling and completion processes.
Vanguard buys LRR Energy’s Permian and Arkoma assets, including 1,290 gross producing wells and about 158,000 net acres. LRR’s proved reserves were about 203 Bcfe in December 2014.
Pricing appears to have bottomed for well stimulation services in the traditional dry gas shales, including the Barnett, Haynesville and dry Woodford.
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