Juniper Capital II, BoomTown Oil enter partnership

Juniper Capital II LP and Houston, TX-based BoomTown Oil LLC have entered a partnership to pursue and develop conventional and unconventional oil and gas plays across multiple basins in the US Lower 48, initially focusing on the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas.

BoomTown was advised by Wittliff | Cutter | Austin PLLC.  Juniper was advised by Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.

BoomTown has previously operated in eight different states in both conventional and unconventional settings, and has leased or purchased over 180,000 acres and drilled hundreds of horizontal wells.  The company is led by Partners Michael Rozenfeld and Sean Fitzgerald. In addition to petrophysical and reservoir engineering experience acquired at both Shell E&P and Rosetta Resources, BoomTown's principals gained transactional and operational expertise after founding South Texas Reservoir Alliance.  In prior organizations, members of BoomTown were instrumental in the identification and early entry into prospective plays such as the Woodford SCOOP, Niobrara, and Eagle Ford Shale.

Founded in 2003, Juniper Capital is an energy investment firm based in Houston, Texas.  Juniper targets small to middle market private investment opportunities requiring between $25 million and $75 million of equity capital in the North American upstream sector. 

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