WildHorse Jumps To Eagle Ford Shale With Louisiana Asset Sale

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WildHorse Resource Development Corp. (NYSE: WRD) will sell its northern Louisiana assets for more than $200 million as the E&P shifts to a pure-play Eagle Ford Shale strategy—underscored by the announcement of a smaller bolt-on deal in South Texas.

WildHorse, the second largest leaseholder in the Eagle Ford leasehold, said Feb. 12 it agreed to sell 90,000 net acres in Webster, Claiborne, Lincoln, Jackson and Ouachita parishes in North Louisiana for $217 million. During the next four years, contingency payments could bring in an additional $35 million based on the number of wells spud by the buyer.

In fourth-quarter 2017, the Louisiana assets averaged production of about 46.9 million cubic feet equivalent per day of gas (cfe/d).

The buyer was not disclosed.

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