Houston-based Swift Energy and PT Saka Energi Indonesia (Saka) have closed on their Eagle Ford joint venture to develop ~8,300 acres of the Fasken field in Webb County, TX.
The $175-million agreement was previously announced in May of 2014. At closing, Swift received approximately $147-million, which included an agreed upon $125-million in cash consideration. Approximately $38-million of Saka’s original $50 million drilling carry obligation remains; however, Swift officials indicate that commitment should be fulfilled during the 2016 calendar year.
Under the agreement, Saka gains a 36% interest in Swift’s Fasken acreage. Swift will remain the operator for the area.
In related news, Swift Energy also announced in May of 2014, that it expanded a long term agreement for natural gas gathering services in Webb County with Howard Energy Partners and its affiliates. Under the terms of the agreement, Swift Energy will have up to 160-million cubic feet of gas per day of firm capacity for its Fasken field natural gas production.
Read more at swiftenergy.com
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