Mineral Acquisitions: Areas of Interest

Endeavor Acquisitions has a prominent presence throughout the United States and is actively acquiring mineral and royalty interests throughout most oil and/or gas productive regions. Click on the region and/or oil and gas productive basin/shale play of your choice below to learn more.


Haynesville-Bossier Shale Utica Shale Marcellus Shale Permian Shale Barnett-Woodford Shale Eagle Ford Shale Bakken Shale Fayetteville Shale

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If you are interested in learning how to sell mineral rights, or if Endeavor is currently acquiring in your area, please contact our mineral acquisition team today for more information. Endeavor currently owns mineral and royalty interests and is actively acquiring in the following areas:

Permian Basin

As one of the oldest oil and gas plays in the country the Permian Basin covers parts of more than 50 counties in Texas and New Mexico. It is considered the most active play in the state of Texas, and is one of the basins we are most active in.

Bakken Shale

North Dakota has developed into the second largest oil and gas producing state in the country. The oil reserves and heavy production of the Bakken Shale have contributed to this recent growth.

Barnett Shale

The Barnett Shale is one of the oldest sites of the American energy revolution. We are very active in the Barnett, and it serves as the business headquarters of our operation.

Eagle Ford Shale

One of the more uniquely shaped plays in the country, the Eagle Ford Shale stretches out over more than 400 miles and encompasses approximately 11 million acres.

Fayetteville Shale

The Fayetteville Shale serves as the oil and gas leader of the state of Arkansas and encompasses Cleburne, Conway, Jackson, Johnson and Faulkner Counties.

Haynesville-Bossier Shale

While the Haynesville-Bossier Shale stretches over parts of Texas and Arkansas, it is known as Louisiana’s main shale play. Combined with the tightness of the formation, its depth and dry gas composition have led to high production and development costs. Despite these concerns, this shale could ultimately produce as many as 30 to 40 trillion cubic units of natural gas.

Marcellus Shale

The Marcellus Shale is perhaps the only dry gas shale in the country that continues to thrive in the face of falling natural gas prices. Our team has extensive experience working in this part of the country, and this particular shale is a significant source of our attention.

Utica Shale

Making up a large portion of eastern Ohio, the Utica Shale contains a mixture of dry natural gas, wet gas, and conventional liquid crude oil. More than 2,000 wells have been drilled into the modern formation in the last five years.


Contact us today for assistance in monetizing the value of your mineral and royalty interests. Our team of experienced professionals aim to provide you with the information necessary to make an informed decision about the sale of your interests.