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The Brazos Valley area comprises the northeastern extent of the Giddings Austin Chalk Field as well as the northeastern extent of prolific Eagle Ford production.
Recent well-results from Wildhorse, Lonestar, Hawkwood, and GeoSouthern in the Eagle Ford and Austin Chalk have spurred a leasing and acquisition play.
Gen-3 completions are driving higher recoveries and lower break-even costs.
Eagle Valley has decades of experience in the play.
Recent Ride Lonesome 1H well exhibited similar productivity to some of the best wells in the play on a per-stage basis
Additional upside potential in Buda and Georgetown benches.

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Eagle Valley controls/leases 80,673 Gross / 26,688 net acres in the play

3-D seismic purchased over initial drilling area

High-grading completion design generating improving results

11 well delineation program modeled
>10 MMBoe PUD potential

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Eagle Valley Energy has a full staff of geologists, engineers, and landmen with decades of experience in the trend. An inventory of 3D seismic data over initial drilling areas, complete geological database, including LAS logs, extensive proprietary interpretations using Seisvision/Geographix is maintained.

The Austin office is home to 15 employees with space and fixtures for additional team members. Eagle Valley Energy maintains field offices in Bryan, Texas and is equipped with necessary hardware and technical software.

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Haynesville Trend Map

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