A multi-disciplinary Haynes and Boone, LLP team represented Contango Oil & Gas Company in striking an agreement with Mid-Con Energy Partners, LP to provide operational services as operator of record on Mid-Con’s oil and gas properties.
Under the terms of the Management Services Agreement, announced June 5, Contango will take over the operations of Mid-Con’s oil and gas assets in exchange for a services fee ($4 million per year) plus reimbursement of certain costs and expenses, an annual deferred fee component ($2 million per year), and warrants to purchase common units in Mid-Con at $4.00 per unit.
Contango further announced that it has broadened its corporate strategy and is now offering a cost-effective “fee for service” property management option to companies with distressed or stranded assets, or companies with a desire to reduce administrative costs.
Contango is a Houston, Texas-based independent oil and natural gas company focused on maximizing production and cash flow from its offshore properties in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico and onshore properties in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Wyoming and, when determined appropriate, to use that cash flow to explore, develop, exploit, and increase production from its existing properties to acquire additional Proved Developed Producing (PDP)-heavy crude oil and natural gas properties or to pay down debt.
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