Basin Mineral Rights & Royalties Buyer
Apollo Royalties specializes in purchasing the mineral rights and royalties for properties located in areas with major unconventional (shale) resources. As a sophisticated buyer of mineral assets, we have the experience and expertise to value the assets and offer what we believe to be fair, competitive price to the property owners.
The basins that Apollo works with include but are not limited to:
- Appalachian Basin (Marcellus Shale) - covering New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, western Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and eastern Tennessee
- Permian Basin - covering western Texas and eastern New Mexico
- Williston Basin (Bakken Shale) - covering North Dakota and Montana
- Denver Julesberg Basin – covering northeastern Colorado, southeastern Wyoming and southwestern Nebraska
- Arkoma Basin – covering eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas
- Anadarko Basin – covering western Oklahoma and northeast Texas
We purchase mineral rights and royalties throughout the United States. So, if you don’t see your basin on the list, call us to see how we can help you.
In addition to our in-house expertise, we work with engineers and geologists who have experience in your area in order to develop a technical evaluation of your mineral assets. With our capital partners, we have the resources to offer you what we believe to be a fair market price for your assets and close promptly for large and small assets.
At Apollo, we pride ourselves on our integrity and work with you to ensure that you are comfortable with the process and the result. Call today to see how we can help you.
The Appalachian Basin includes the Marcellus Shale, Utica Shale and Trenton/Black River formations in the northeastern and mid-Atlantic United States.Learn More
The Permian Basin is one of the most productive plays in the United States. It was formed over three major geological epochs in the bowl of an ancient inland ocean.Learn More
The Williston Basin is a late Devonian-Mississippian formation. It consists of upper and lower organic-rich layers, with a mixed middle layer that consists of dolomitic sand.Learn More