A PREMIER MARKET MAKER FOR OIL AND GAS RIGHTS
Since 2010, Incline Energy Partners and its predecessors have specialized in the professional acquisition, management, and development of working, mineral, and overriding royalty interests.
Incline is the most active private company acquiring oil and gas interests in the Denver-Julesburg Basin. We have recently expanded our acquisition program into the Williston Basin in North Dakota and will continue to expand our footprint further in 2020.
The Incline team prides itself in our ability to provide landowners with a transparent, accurate reflection of their oil and gas rights and the value these assets possess. Using our proprietary land and technical evaluation process, Incline provides quick, above-market offers, giving owners the opportunity to liquidate a complex asset within days.
At Incline Energy Partners, our team has been built around three core competencies:
We have expert title examiners in place that allow us to research a landowner’s acreage position quickly, make an offer that is likely to beat out any that they have received, and furnish payment all within 5 business days. Incline has successfully closed transactions with over 1,500 individual landowners, including trusts, estates, municipalities, churches, and banks.
We review a landowner’s acreage position thoroughly and deliver precise determinations of ownership. We always strive to provide our counterparties with as much information as possible regarding their interests and the development activity that they should consider when evaluating our offer.
Incline is a small, private company, which gives landowners the ability to contact any member of our team at any time, day or night. Owners can often find themselves maneuvering through a confusing set of corporate hierarchies when contacting bigger companies, sometimes waiting months for a response. We provide an owner with an answer or professional advice without delay.
Areas of Interest
To date, our presence has been mainly in the DJ Basin, with a 4Q18 expansion in to the Williston Basin