Encore's management team consist of experienced operator(s) of oil and natural gas properties. The Company’s key experience is the utilization of the latest technological advancements related to horizontal drilling and production operations.
Encore Energy, Inc. also serves as a lease advisor in the Ohio Utica Shale representing mineral right owners and oil and gas producers that control large tracts of contiguous oil and gas lease properties. Encore currently represents thousands of acres in the Utica Shale, much of which is held by production (HBP), and works directly with many of the prominent operators in North America to acquire lease acreage in the growing productive areas of the Utica Play. The ultimate goal is to provide a "win win" scenario for both the operator and mineral owners alike.
Encore is a proud member of the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA), Society of Petroleum Engineers and associate member of the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL).
The American Oil and Gas Reporter magazine recently released an article featuring Steve Stengell and Encore Energy, Inc., "Experienced Executives Form New Companies To Find Oil, Liquids" - October 2011. Click here to read full article.
If you represent an operator that is interested in Utica Shale acreage or if you are a Utica mineral owner looking to market and lease your acreage directly to prominent Utica operators, please contact Steve Stengell or Joe Turner at (855) 238-1242.
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