AREAS OF INTEREST
BUYING PRODUCING & NON-PRODUCING
MINERAL & ROYALTY INTERESTS
Located in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico, the Permian Basin is comprised of the Midland Basin, Delaware Basin, and Marfa Basin. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring mineral and royalty interests in the following Texas counties: Andrews County, Borden County, Coke County, Crane County, Crockett County, Dawson County, Ector County, Gaines County, Glasscock County, Howard County, Irion County, Loving County, Martin County, Midland County, Pecos County, Reeves County, Sterling County, Terrell County, Upton County, Ward County, and Wrinkler County Texas.
Haynesville/Bossier Shale | Cotton Valley
Located in northwest Louisiana and East Texas, the Haynesville Shale has become one of the most prolific, if not a bit under-utilized, natural gas formations in the United States. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring mineral and royalty interest in the following Texas counties and Louisiana parishes: Harrison County, Panola County, San Augustine County, Shelby County, Sabine County, Gregg County, Rusk County, Nacogdoches County, Bienville Parish, Bossier Parish, Caddo Parish, Desoto Parish, Red River Parish, Sabine Parish, and Webster Parish Louisiana.
Covering most of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, the Utica Shale is in its early stages of development. Case Energy Partners is primarily interested in acquiring mineral and royalty interest in the following Ohio counties: Carroll County, Harrison County, Guernsey County, Belmont County, Jefferson County, Noble County, and Monroe County Ohio.
BUYING PRODUCING ROYALTIES
Eagle Ford Shale
The Eagle Ford Shale is a geological formation directly beneath the Austin Chalk formation. It is considered to be the “source rock”, or the original source of hydrocarbons that are contained in the Austin Chalk and the Edwards formation above it. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interests in the following Texas counties: Atascosa County, Bee County, Dewitt County, Dimmitt County, Fayette County, Frio County, Gonzales County, Karnes County, LaSalle County, Lavaca County, Live Oak County, Maverick County, McMullen County, Webb County, Wilson County, and Zavala County Texas.
The Eaglebine is an emerging horizontal oil play in East Texas whose name is a hybrid of the Eagle Ford Shale and the Woodbine sandstone formation. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interests in the following Texas counties: Lee County, Burleson County, Madison County, Robertson County, Leon County, Grimes County, Houston County, and Walker County Texas.
The Fayetteville Shale is located in north central Arkansas within the central portion of the Arkoma Basin. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interest in the following Arkansas counties: Cleburne County, Conway County, Faulkner County, Pope County, Van Buren County, and White County Arkansas.
Found in North Dakota and the surrounding areas, the Bakken Shale is named after a local farmer from Tioga, ND who owned the land where it was first discovered. Case Energy Partners is looking to buy Bakken Shale royalty interests in the following counties located in North Dakota: Billings County, Bottineau County, Bowman County, Burke County, Divide County, Dunn County, Golden Valley County, McHenry County, McKenzie County, McLean County, Mountrail County, Renville County, Slope County, Stark County, Ward County, and Williams County North Dakota.
The Woodford Shale is located in Oklahoma, mostly in the Arkoma Basin of southeastern Oklahoma, but it also extends west into the Anadarko Basin and south into the Ardmore Basin. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interests in the following Oklahoma counties: Bryan County, Canadian County, Carter County, Coal County, Garvin County, Hughes County, Johnston County, Marshall County, Mayes County, McIntosh County, Pittsburg County, and Wagoner County Oklahoma.
Stack, Scoop, & Merge Plays
Case Energy Partners buys mineral rights and royalties in the STACK, SCOOP and MERGE plays of Oklahoma. Case Energy Partners is interested in the following counties of Oklahoma: Kingfisher, Blaine, Dewey, Canadian, Custer, Grady, Stephens, Major, Woodward, Garfield, McClain, Logan, and Garvin.
The Marcellus Shale extends along much of the Eastern Coast of the United States and throughout the Appalachian Basin.
Located near the border of Northeast Colorado, Southwest Nebraska, Southeast Wyoming, and Northwest is the Niobrara Shale rock formation. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interest in the following Colorado and Wyoming counties: Arapahoe County CO, Morgan County CO, Weld County CO, Converse County WY, Goshen County WY, Laramie County WY, and Platte County WY.
The Illinois Basin is an oval depression that’s roughly 60,000 miles in the United States Mid-Continent—southern Illinois, southwest Indiana, and northwest Kentucky. Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interest in the following Illinois counties: White County, Crawford County, Marion County, Fayette County, Lawrence County, Clay County, Wayne County, Wabash County, and Christian County Illinois.
Case Energy Partners is interested in acquiring royalty interests in the following Mississippi counties and fields: Baxterville Field, Bay Springs Field, Brookhaven Field, Corinne Field, Cranfield Field, East Eucutta Field, East Heidelberg Field, Gwinville Field, Little Creek Field, Mallalieu Field, Martinville Field, McComb Field, Soso Field, Summerland Field, Tinsley Field, Trimble Field, Adams County, Amite County, Calhoun County, Chickasaw County, Clarke County, Clay County, Covington County, Franklin County, Jasper County, Jefferson County, Jones County, Lamar County, Lawrence County, Lee County, Madison County, Marion County, Monroe County, Pike County, Rankin County, Wayne County, and Yazoo County Mississippi.
The Brown Dense (also known as the Lower Smackover) is an Upper Jurassic age carbonate formation found throughout the Gulf Coast. The formation has the right mix of depth, permeability, and thickness in some parts of Southern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana.
The Mississippi Lime (AKA "Mississippian") is located in northern Oklahoma and Southern Kansas.