Chief Energy Portfolio and Affiliates

Chief Energy owns close to a million net mineral acres throughout the United States, held and managed by the below companies.

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TD Minerals

TD Minerals was formed in 2015 to pursue a mineral and royalty aggregation strategy in the Permian Basin.  After a multi-year effort, TD Minerals has assembled a world-class 43,000 net royalty acre position in the core of the Midland and Delaware Basins as well as a small speculative position in the Haynesville and Powder River Basin.  TD Minerals remains active and engaged in the mineral and royalty marketplace.

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Chief Capital O&G II

Chief Capital O&G II began purchasing leasehold in 2016 primarily in the Delaware Basin with the goal of developing an inventory of high-quality horizontal drilling opportunities. Chief Capital O&G II owns more than 11,500 net mineral acres and our inventory of locations is being developed with Chief Capital currently participating over 1,500 horizontal wells. We continue to acquire non-operated leasehold and are seeking opportunities to acquire quality participation opportunities through other structures as well in both the Midland and Delaware and Haynesville Shale.

PEC Minerals

The Rees-Jones family is the majority owner and manager of PEC Minerals LP and PEC Exploration LLC and is the successor to Sempra Energy through its acquisition in 2006. The assets include mineral and royalty interest spanning more than 800,000 net mineral acres throughout the United States and the executive rights to Sabine Royalty Trust.


TDR-J Investments

Starting in 2010 TDR-J Investments LLC began a multi-year collaboration with RiverLand Properties, LP to acquire mineral and royalty interests with a focus on the Eagle Ford. TDR-J successfully acquired interest in, what is today, over 200 producing wells located predominately in Karnes, DeWitt, LaSalle and Live Oak Counties, Texas. In addition, TDR-J opportunistically acquired interests elsewhere and owns mineral and royalty interests in Brazos, Burleson and Grayson Counties, Texas as wells as Portage and Carroll Counties, Ohio.


Chief Royalty Partners

Chief Royalty Partners owns royalty and overriding royalty interests in leases originally acquired by Chief Oil & Gas LLC targeting the Barnett Shale. Since 2005, Chief Royalty Partners has enjoyed stable, long-life production from these assets and currently manages ORRIs in over 525 producing wells located in Denton, Hill, Hood, Johnson, Parker, Tarrant and Wise Counties, Texas.


R-J Minerals

R-J Minerals’ Appalachian assets were acquired in 2009 as Pennsylvania Mineral Group and later partially assigned to R-J Minerals. R-J Minerals owns mineral and royalty interests in Pennsylvania and West Virginia and is a royalty owner in over 300 producing wells primarily targeting the Marcellus Shale.