Paradigm Oil and Gas Acquires 50 New Oil Wells in Texas
Paradigm Oil and Gas, Inc. (OTC Pink: PDGO) (PINKSHEETS: PDGO), a leading service provider to the oil and gas industry with expanding operations in oil and gas production, today announced the addition of 50 new oil wells through the acquisition of the leases from Magnum Oilfield Services, Bitter Creek Petroleum, and Blackjack Services in a transaction that will include a combination of cash and Company stock and will retain between 70% – 95% well interest and be the Operator through our Paradigm Oil and Gas, Operating Division.
Situated in the Dallas and Houston areas of Texas, the leases represent close to 4,000 acres of mineral rich land in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale formation. Paradigm reports that more than 20 of the newly acquired wells currently produce oil and generate revenue.
“This acquisition boosts the number of oil producing wells in our portfolio to 25, dramatically increasing our production capabilities in a very short period of time,” stated Vince Vellardita, Paradigm Oil and Gas CEO. He added, “With close to half of the new wells generating income from day one, I believe the Company’s goal of achieving six-figure monthly revenue, by 4th quarter 2014 is now very tangible.”
A Paradigm Operations Division team member categorized the addition of the new wells as “Another example of the Company’s due diligence in targeting and selecting lucrative, low-risk, high return properties.” While full details of the transaction will be forthcoming, a partial list of newly acquired leases includes: Miller, Adobe, Somerset, WH Summers, Hall, Don & Ruby Roberts, Cole, Colley, and Brinkmayer A, located in the counties of Tyler, Liberty, Bexar, Atascosa, Kaufman and Baird, Texas.
Source: Paradigm Oil and Gas