Denver, CO. (July 2015)
Acoma Energy, LLC is staying busy in Denver, Colorado, working quietly with what many deem adverse industry conditions to continue building assets in oil and gas fields across the United States. In the last six months, marked by a precipitous decline in oil prices, Acoma Energy has acquired 1,758 Net Mineral Acres with its partners in Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Texas. “We’ve positioned ourselves well in the Denver Jules Basin along with other basins to continue to acquire and develop oil and gas properties,” said company owner, Matthew Anderson. “While many companies are shuttering their doors, our team has done an excellent job of managing our assets, our cash-flow, and maintaining focus to ensure we continue to purchase mineral and royalty interests along with acquiring leasehold in our targeted areas — all the while ensuring that not one of our employees loses their job. Our team is what matters and keeping them all working is a must.”
As new leasing, drilling, and development has slowed markedly, Acoma is providing a perfect opportunity for mineral owners to capitalize on their energy resources by offering competitive prices for purchasing them. This way, mineral owners receive a guaranteed payment for their title-approved mineral assets whether or not the property is ever fully developed for oil and gas production. Our company assumes all of the risk while the mineral owner can reap a substantial reward.