Where We Operate
Primary operations are in Texas with additional review of properties ongoing in Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Wyoming.
Our office headquarters are in HOUSTON, TX. 1400 Broadfield Blvd. Suite 600 Houston, Tx 77084. Our location is in the Energy Corridor on I-10 close to 99.
Who We Are
Arkose Energy, Corp. is a Texas-based independent oil and gas producer seeking capital to expand operations on its current holdings and to pursue acquisitions in order to capitalize on the current low oil price environment. Further, the company seeks to gain scale of operations necessary to attract institutional capital for future accelerated operations plans. To date the company has over 7,000 acres owned or in contract in the State of Texas. Its positions are producing or have shut in production at 28 BOPD with planned capital expenditures to increase production to 223 BOPD. The company has an inventory of over 50 shallow drill, or behind pipe completion opportunities which can increase production to well over 1,000 BOPD. The company has an experienced and technically proficient management team with substantial development and operating experience.
To pursue capital gains in oil and gas properties as an organizing entity for the purchase, development and resale of conventional oil and gas assets. The Company will be faithful to liquidity and safety of principle concerns for its shareholders.
Arkose Energy, Corp. (the “company” or “we”) was incorporated under the laws of Nevada in 2002. The Company was originally named CanTex Energy Corporation. The company’s previous management raised capital and pursued several acquisitions in the oil and gas market. In March 2014 the company merged with and adopted the name Arkose Energy, Corp., completing a Pink Sheet listing. Shortly thereafter, the oil and gas market suffered a substantial decrease in oil prices and associated liquidity, severely restricting the company’s ability to execute on its business plan, and it ceased operations. As of July 2017, following the recovery in the oil and gas markets, the current management team was able to reorganize the company and completed the necessary steps reposition the company for growth.