Horizon Energy Corporation Signs Lease Option Agreement for Eagle Ford Acreage

Land Consists of 1,340 Acres in Webb County
Webb County Eagle Ford Shale

Webb County, TX

Horizon Energy Corporation announced in early April that it signed an option agreement for an oil and gas lease in Webb County, TX. The land consists of 1,340 acres located close to Mirando City.

Webb County is in the dry gas window of the Eagle Ford Shale, and also produces oil and gas from the Lobo and Wilcox formations. Horizon, formerly Solar America Corp., did not divulge any of the agreement’s terms.

“We are actively evaluating this and other acquisition opportunities of oil and gas properties that are a match with our strategy,” said Robert Bludorn, President and CEO of Horizon Energy Corporation. He added, “We are encouraged by the deal flow we are identifying that has the potential to allow us to build our company with quality assets.”

SM Energy and Lewis Energy are the largest operators with production focused in the Eagle Ford shale in Webb County. Other top operators with active leases in the area include Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Swift Energy.

In March of 2014, Swift Energy tested three Eagle Ford wells in the Fasken area of Webb County, with average initial production (IP) rates of 22.1 mmcf/d. The Company has identified an additional 50-60 undeveloped lower Eagle Ford locations in the Fasken area.

Read more: Swift Energy Reveals Initial Production Rates for Six Eagle Ford Test Wells

Click Here to read the Horizon press release

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Kirk Eggleston

Kirk Eggleston

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Kirk Eggleston writes on significant news developments in the Eagle Ford and Bakken Shale plays. He is a former broadcast journalist, and has experience covering news and politics in the Texas and Louisiana markets.



    Does anyone know the name of the landman or Horizon telephione numbers and address?

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