Top Notch Central Oklahoma Oilfield Supply Store KS2790-RK: Asking $800,000

Here’s a leading retail distributor for all oilfield supplies in a popular oil and gas region hub. The business offers a wide variety of products and services to meet the demands of customers.

With thousands of standardized products and a conveniently located store, no wonder the local oil patch relies on this store to serve them with high quality service and friendly associates. They go above and beyond for its customers, with a large inventory of items in stock for immediate pickup or delivery!

Strong sales growth is available with this bustling operation. Seller will sale or lease the real estate facility.

NE Kansas Five Oil Leases, 758 Acres, Proven Reserve Value $4.1M! KS2782-RK: Asking $2,800,000

Within an hour of Kansas City, these 100+ producing wells offer profitable water flooding potential, plus up to 100 proven drilling sites. These leases feature lower risk operations in existing plays with proven oil reserves, multiple development potential and scalable operations.

Lease assets are non-core to Seller’s holdings, offering an ideal opportunity for a new owner to aggressively pursue operating cost-efficiencies and advanced recovery techniques.

All production pipe, rods, and storage tanks on the property at time of sale will be included in the purchase price.

Reserve information is as of March 1, 2019.

West Texas Permian Basin Leases, 40+ Barrels Per Day KS2752-JK: Asking $2,400,000

Highly desired 100% working interest on 2,900 leased acres in the world-famous Permian Basin! Eight mineral rights leases with surface to 3,000′ production rights, currently operating 35 producing wells. Many years of historical production results available. Average depth is 1,500 feet.

These leases are easily assignable for transfer to buyer. The lease terms continue indefinitely for a long-term opportunity. Conveniently located in neighboring locations, these are properties that rarely become available for others to acquire.

Unlike other businesses, the operation does not involve selling to customers, advertising expenses, promotions, credit card processing, customer receivables, refunds, salespeople, and trade shows. At current market prices, these properties have steady cash flow.

When oil prices bounce up, you can enjoy additional income. Market price of crude oil is the primary non-controllable factor. The operation can be managed remotely. Seller, who is retiring, has a local pumper who maintains the equipment. The oil production continues 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Amortizable capital investments for new drilling and production enhancements can be performed any time Buyer chooses.