ROK Resources closes southeast Saskatchewan deal, provides guidance for first half

On Jan. 24, ROK Resources of Regina announced that they had closed on land swap deal that had been announced on Dec. 19, 2022.

That announcement on Dec. 19 indicated that they were doing both an acquisition and a disposition with another company. In what is largely a land swap, they were acquiring 1,400 boepd production (69 per cent liquids) in southeast Saskatchewan, but selling 475 boepd (100 per cent liquids) of mostly non-operated properties in southwest Saskatchewan to the same company they were buying land from in the southeast. ROK was paying $26.5 million to the other party as part of the deal.