We Buy Mineral Rights
Strategy
The Arkoma Way
Through continued research and new play identification led by scientific data.
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The Arkoma Way

Through continued research led by technical analysis, Arkoma selectively acquires producing and non-producing mineral, royalty and working interests in major U.S. oil and gas basins. This diversified and strategic approach represents a disciplined alternative to acquiring oil and gas reserves.
Arkoma Companies is always searching for overlooked investment opportunities. Grounded in scientific breakthroughs since 1983, the purpose of Arkoma has been to implement a unique business model that allows the group to be a leader within the energy industry. The unique core business model adopted by Arkoma Companies, allows Arkoma to strategically position itself as a lifetime asset manager. One of Arkoma's key criteria is to identify and invest in opportunities that provide immediate cash flow in the form of royalties/lease bonuses with potential long-term appreciation and increased revenue through commodity price increase and additional drilling.
Grounded in scientific breakthroughs since 1983, the purpose of Arkoma has been to implement a unique business model that allows the group to be a niche pioneer within the energy industry. The unique core business model adopted by Arkoma Companies, allows the group to strategically position itself as a lifetime asset manager. The underground thinking approach provides immediate cash flow in the form of royalties and lease bonuses with potential long-term appreciation and increased revenue through commodity price increase and additional drilling.
Having a deep understanding of the energy industry for over thirty years, permits the group to take advantage of investment opportunities with a common denominator: invest once and earn a consistently higher ROI than the market return, while simultaneously developing a lifetime legacy, as minerals and other oil and gas interests are longterm assets.
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