Titanium I sells additional Eagle Ford wells and leases to a publicly-traded operator and private buyer.
Titanium I reduces its Eagle Ford footprint by selling a non-operated unit to a private equity-backed buyer.
Titanium II sells the entirety of its Eagle Ford assets to a publicly-traded buyer.
Titanium III continues to expand its presence in the Delaware Basin through multiple acquisitions.
Titanium I sells leases and wells in an Eagle Ford Unit to the publicly-traded operator of the unit.
Titanium I prunes its SCOOP position by selling non-core assets in northern Grady and McClain counties, Oklahoma to a private buyer.
Titanium I sells certain Eagle Ford leases and wells operated by Penn Virginia Corporation and Marathon Oil Company to a publicly-traded operator.
Titanium I divests conventional operated and non-operated SCOOP assets in a sale to a private equity-backed operator.
Titanium III bolsters its Delaware Basin position by purchasing operated leasehold and then forming a joint venture with a publicly-traded operator to develop the acreage.
Titanium II acquires leasehold and non-operated working interests in DeWitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas, further expanding its Eagle Ford platform.
Titanium III is formed and focuses on acquiring non-operated assets in core positions of the Delaware Basin in New Mexico and Texas.
Titanium II is formed for the purpose of the following acquisitions:
- Titanium II acquires producing and undeveloped assets in the STACK play in Oklahoma from a private equity-backed seller.
- Titanium II acquires Eagle Ford assets from a public company in Atascosa, DeWitt, Gonzales and Karnes counties, Texas.
Titanium I acquires SCOOP and STACK assets spanning 10 counties in Oklahoma from Vanguard Natural Resources for $280 million.
Titanium acquires leasehold and non-operated working interests from a private firm, further expanding Titanium I’s position in the Eagle Ford.
Titanium I acquires additional Eagle Ford acreage from a public company and subsequently enters into a joint venture project with a publicly-traded operator to develop its Eagle Ford acreage.
The firm continues to build an Eagle Ford position in and around the oil rich Karnes Trough through a series of bolt-on acquisitions acquired from a private seller.
Titanium closes its first acquisition in the Eagle Ford shale play. The position was operated by Penn Virginia Corporation and Marathon Oil Company.
Titanium I commences Eagle Ford lease acquisition program.
Titanium I is formed to acquire working interests in onshore U.S. shale plays.