T-Rex Oil, Inc. Announces Letter Of Intent To Purchase Acreage In The Williston Basin

May 15, 2015, 11:53 ET from T-Rex Oil, Inc.

BROOMFIELD, Colo., May 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- T-Rex Oil, Inc. (OTC: TRXO), an independent energy company engaged in the exploration, development, production and acquisition of oil and natural gas resources, with an emphasis on oil plays and with a focus on Rocky Mountain region, today announced that it had entered into a letter of intent to purchase 16,100 net mineral acres in the Williston Basin with access to the Madison, Bakken, Three Forks, and Red River Formations. 

Located in Daniels County, Montana, the net acreage is comprised of 36 leases that have approximately a 24 month life with a net revenue interest of 80% with a right to renew for 3 years.

The Company intends to purchase the undeveloped acreage for a price of $7,000,000 through a combination of cash, debt and equity and expects to close on the purchase in July 2015, subject to satisfactory due diligence.

"We are pleased to expand our oil and gas property portfolio to include properties in the Williston Basin.  This opportunity will provide us with not only a foothold in the Bakken, but continues to advance our growth and business strategy," stated Don Walford, CEO. 

About T-Rex Oil, Inc.

T-Rex Oil, Inc. is an energy company focused on acquiring, exploring, developing and producing oil and natural gas properties predominately in the central and western United States. The Company's executives have extensive experience in managing oil and gas properties. Currently, T-Rex Oil, Inc. has acquired producing wells, leases and water disposal properties in Wyoming, Nebraska, and Utah and is actively pursuing other expansion opportunities in Colorado. The Company's goal is to build steady, sustainable growth of its inventory of oil and gas properties. Information about T-Rex Oil, Inc. can be found at www.t-rexoilinc.com.

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