The Titus deal was announced June 28, 2022, and is expected to close in the third quarter of 2022.
The Haynes Boone deal team included Austin Elam, partner and Co-Chair of the Oil and Gas Practice Group; Partner Kim Mai; Associates Reem Abdelrazik, Camie Carlock McKee and Briana Hopes and Partners Michael Threet and Brandon McCoy.
"The Titus Acquisition continues our path of building scale in the Permian Basin, increasing our daily production to around 100,000 Boepd upon closing,” Robert J. Anderson, president and CEO of Earthstone, commented in a company release. “We had a goal of adding to our recently established Northern Delaware Basin position and are excited about this transaction and the drilling inventory we are acquiring as it is among the highest economic locations in the Permian Basin.”
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