National Exposure | Timely Sales Cycle | Market Knowledge | Competitive Bidding | Success-Based Commission
EnergyNet has more than 48,000+ registered, financially qualified buyers from all 50 states, with many unique buyers participating monthly. The broad buyer participation results in increasing revenue for the seller. Selling royalties and minerals with EnergyNet can take only 21 days from start to finish. Opportunities are available for review and bidding 24/7/365; a continuous marketplace offers constant liquidity to sellers. EnergyNet's 24+ year history successfully selling over 225,000+ transactions allows us unparalleled market knowledge. The 24/7/365 marketplace provides an accurate value assessment in a dynamic market, tracking sales metrics on a consistent and frequent basis with property sales across the United States. We work on a success-based commission only. If your royalty interest does not sell for the price you want, we do not get paid. EnergyNet wants what you want; the highest possible value for your property and a closed deal.
We have a platform and sale process that consistently works.
Why would a company make an unsolicited offer for your mineral rights or producing royalties? There are a lot of legitimate reasons. Perhaps they want to increase their own investment in a field, basin or state. Maybe the deal would be accretive to their portfolio. Maybe they think they know something about your properties that you don't; like new wells being drilled nearby or new technologies in the area. It could be any of these reasons, or a hundred others.
One thing is for sure, it's NOT because they want to pay you MORE than they would in a competitive environment. In every facet of the oil and gas business, from wellhead to burner tip, demand-side competition breeds higher prices.
Smart sellers call EnergyNet. Why? Because a competitive, structured sale process consistently achieves a higher value than accepting an unsolicited offer. Here is some unsolicited advice: Want the highest value for your property? Call EnergyNet.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-351-4488 to visit with one of our representatives. After asking a few questions, we will be able to provide you an estimate of value for your minerals and royalties by utilizing a competitive sale process. We will request some information about your assets like copies of royalty checks, division orders and how you came to own the minerals.
EnergyNet pioneered leveraging an online sales process to maximize value for oil and gas minerals and royalties. Each year, EnergyNet offers over 2,000 individual oil and gas property packages for sale to the market, and we successfully transact and close over 82% of them for prices that are acceptable to the sellers. The EnergyNet auction process takes approximately 21 days. For the first 14 days, the property is actively marketed and offered to our buyer universe of over 48,000+ financial qualified investors. During this 14 day process comprehensive evaluation materials are available for buyer review. On day 14, the bidding window opens for 7 full days. During the auction window, buyers can place bids and compete against one another from anywhere with internet connection 24 hours a day. At the conclusion of the auction a winning bid and buyer are identified. EnergyNet will then manage the closing process for you. The closing process includes invoicing the buyer, acting as escrow agent for the funds and the recording of the change of ownership documents.
Sellers can set a minimum acceptable price for any size asset and are under no obligation to sell the asset unless the bid price meets or exceeds their asking price.
Thank you once again for your invaluable assistance in selling some royalty interests I owned in Texas and Oklahoma. Being a layman I had no idea in how to go about trying to sell royalty interests.
As soon as the properties were listed I began to receive copies of the bids that EnergyNet was receiving. Over the three week period, buyers had looked at the properties and I received a large number of bids far exceeding the amount that I had hoped to receive. One property in particular was a non-producing interest which I did not have much hope for selling at all, but the price received greatly exceeded my fondest hopes.
Your professionalism and communication with me leads me to highly recommend your company to anyone who may wish to sell or buy mineral properties.
Please contact one of our representatives to walk you through the simple process. We will ask that you provide the following:
The professionals at EnergyNet will use the information you provide to create a thorough and complete due diligence package to present to prospective buyers. The presentation will include area maps, historical production, nearby drilling and permits, and other operators/drillers in the surrounding area.
Once your due diligence data room presentation is complete, the marketing team at EnergyNet will notify our 48,000+ financially qualified buyers about the opportunity and encourage them to access the evaluation materials. The marketing team at EnergyNet will personally contact area operators and investors who have purchased similar interests in the past. Since EnergyNet has been in business for 24+ years and has successfully closed over 225,000+ individual transactions, we possess a treasure trove of transaction data that allows us to pinpoint the buyers most likely to pay the most for your interests.
After the EnergyNet team has notified the universe of investors about your opportunity and given them enough time to evaluate the assets, we open the process up for bidding. Many times the bid window will be open for a full 7 days. It is not uncommon for an opportunity to receive 18 to 20 unique bids. The buyers can see in real-time the current bid and decide if they want to increase their bid to win the asset. Sellers can set a minimum acceptable price for any size asset and you are under no obligation to sell the asset unless the bid price meets or exceeds their asking price. Buyers do not know what your minimum acceptable price is, but they will be notified if it has been met or exceeded during the sale process.
After the bid window ends, and if the highest bid meets or exceeds your minimum acceptable price, EnergyNet will invoice the winning buyer for the sales price. The buyer will then wire the funds into EnergyNet's escrow account. Once the funds have been received in full, EnergyNet will send you your net proceeds and file the conveyancing documents with the county clerk and send both buyer and seller recorded copies.