our operations

make the right play

Our operations are focused on our 51,903 net acre position in the South Texas Eagle Ford Shale, spanning Live Oak, Atascosa, La Salle and McMullen Counties.

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Firm Transport to Gulf Coast Refinery and Export Markets

Sundance’s proximity to the Gulf Coast provides exposure to attractive realized pricing. Our long-term committed takeaway capacity provide us with assuredness of delivery to both the export market in Corpus Christi and the refining market in the Houston Ship Channel.

make the right play

Our operations are focused on our 52,300 net acre position in the South Texas Eagle Ford Shale, spanning Live Oak, Atascosa, La Salle and McMullen Counties.

(click the map to enlarge)

Firm Transport to Gulf Coast Refinery and Export Markets

Sundance’s proximity to the Gulf Coast provides exposure to attractive realized pricing. Our long-term committed takeaway capacity provide us with assuredness of delivery to both the export market in Corpus Christi and the refining market in the Houston Ship Channel.

experts in oil & gas

Sundance utilizes the latest technologies and completion designs to develop its attractive asset base, predominantly located in the Eagle Ford’s volatile oil window.

Sundance takes pride in exploring and leveraging low risk development opportunities with exceptionally high returns.

responsibility refined

The ever-changing industry of oil and gas production is no stranger to media scrutiny, and no topic has garnered more significant scrutiny in recent years than that of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

an industry-wide practice

Fracking specifically entails the pressurized of water, sand, and other chemicals into prospective rock formations, in order to accelerate the extraction of oil and gas. It has been used by virtually every oil and gas producer in the United States, operating over the last 60 years, to complete over one million wells.

sundance & the environment

At Sundance, we have come to the conclusion, from years of technical experience, observation, and research, that the environmental risk associated with fracking is relatively low, but we still understand the need to mitigate that risk effectively. As such, we always aim to design, drill, and operate our wells in order to minimize the chance of adversely affecting the surrounding environment.