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Significant positions have been taken both in mature parts of theer category, the acreage picked up on the northern margin of the Mid North Sea High (Quadrants 37 and 38) and in the Halibut H Central North Sea, such as in the vicinity of the Mariner and Bressay projects, and in relation to plays largely untested in UK waters.
Central Petroleum (ASX:CTP) is an ASX listed junior exploration and production company operating what is regarded as the biggest package of prospective acreage in Australia.
As part of its on-going acreage build strategy, Shell has acquired 250,000 net acres of mineral rights in the Eagle Ford shale play in South Texas.
Of course, her acreage must qualify as an "outstanding natural area.
With their own acreage as well as their own supply of Florida-grown oranges, Brazilians are expected to tap themselves into every juncture of the citrus network.
The deed to the children's farm again included the acreage on the west side.
Some acreage on the other islands has also gone to residential and resort developments, but environmental opposition and the present glut of hotel rooms is likely to discourage that option--for a while.
This despite an increase in Washington's Nugget acreage by nearly 500 acres.
Forest land accounts for almost half of the foreign-owned acreage (48 percent), followed by pasture (28 percent), and cropland (17 percent).
NASDAQ: AREX) announced that it has acquired additional acreage in Crockett County, Texas, in the Permian Basin, that further expands the Company's exploration interests targeting the Wolffork oil shale play.
We are pleased to announce the additional acreage targeting the Bakken in North Dakota and Montana.
We're creating a presence that is attractive, practical and personable," says Acreage Life managing editor Sheila Robertson.