LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – November 27, 2017) – Vivakor Inc. (OTC PINK: VIVK) — VIVAVENTURES EXPLORATION LLC, A VIVAKOR COMPANY, announces it has acquired a non-operating working interest in the MARILYN 2WH well located in Payne County Oklahoma, and the successful drilling and completion of the MARILYN 2WH with WHITE STAR PETROLEUM LLC, as the operator of the well.
VivaVentures Exploration LLC., engages in acquiring non-op working interest oil and gas wells in the Oklahoma SCOOP & STACK play. Non-op working interest with various major oil and gas producers, some acquisition as big as 200 wells in Oklahoma, is part of the Company’s strategy to increase its hydrocarbon holdings, that its technologies may have a huge impact on the natural recourse value. Additionally, VivaVentures Exploration is planning to acquire non-op working interest in many wells, in the top producing counties, with the top producing operators possible and top land formations, that will increase the Company’s asset value as it’s technologies are applied to such reserves.
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