Ursa's History

Ursa continues to explore and develop oil and gas.
Ursa continues to explore and develop oil and gas.
Ursa drills record Williams Fork wells in Rio Blanco county.
Ursa expands positions in the northern Piceance.
Ursa continues to drill top performing wells in Garfield County.
Ursa continues to drill top performing wells in Garfield County.
Ursa starts development in the Piceance.
Ursa acquires Piceance Basin position consisting of approximately 260 producing wells, associated pipeline and equipment, and 60,000 net acres of leasehold.
3Q: Ursa/Denham exit the Bakken Play
4Q: Ursa management team and Denham Capital form “Ursa Resources Group II LLC
Denham funds new entity “Ursa Resources Group LLC” to execute the business plan Exploration and Leasing
Assembled 120,000 net mineral acre position Operations
Continuously operated 1 rig, custom built 2nd rig
Ursa & Denham Capital Management formulate a relationship and business plan to develop the Bakken shale in North Dakota and Montana.
Ursa Resources LLC as prospect generation shop—sold/drilled prospects in South Texas and Williston Basin.


Ursa Operating Company LLC "Ursa"

Ursa is an exploration and production company backed by a private equity commitment from Denham Capital. Ursa is focused on developing oil rich unconventional plays as well as the acquisition of conventional oil and gas producing properties. Ursa is actively leasing in several prospective hydrocarbon provinces.

The Principals at Ursa Resources Group II LLC have operated properties in a number of onshore basins across the United States. We are intimately familiar with operations along the Gulf Coast Texas, the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, the Arkoma Basin of Arkansas, as well as the Williston Basin of North Dakota and Montana.

Ursa management has a wealth of experience with the development of unconventional reservoirs.  Most recently the Principals managed Ursa Resources Group LLC, a successful "Bakken Shale Play" production company. We have spent many years determining what makes for successful resource development in shale gas reservoirs and have completed extensive field studies of the "Eagle Ford Shale Play," the "Bakken Shale Play," the "Barnett Shale Play", and the "Marcellus Shale Play." Additionally, we have completed studies of several tight conventional reservoirs that hold potential for development utilizing technology pioneered in the shale plays.

If you have more questions about Ursa’s operations, experience, or would like to receive more information, contact us.



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