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Landowner Relations

Welcome to Carrizo’s Landowner Relations page! Carrizo has a proven history safely exploring for and producing crude oil and natural gas while protecting the environment and interests of the surrounding community. We strive to be an active, positive participant in our communities and seek a mutually beneficial relationship with all of our stakeholders.

We view our mineral owners and landowners as partners and seek to provide them with highest level of customer service. Our Landowner Relations team is to here to answer questions and concerns from our existing landowners, as well as prospective landowners interested in leasing with Carrizo. We attempt to thoroughly research all inquiries and answer them in a timely and professional manner.

Most information that current and potential mineral royalty owners will need can be found in these web pages. If you have additional questions, our Landowner Relations team can be reached at 877-341-2699 or by email at

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Select the current active leasing area where you have property.

  • Delaware Map

    Delaware Basin

  • Eagle Ford Map

    Eagle Ford Shale

Delaware Basin

delaware basin

The Delaware Basin, located on the western flank of the Greater Permian Basin, is separated from the Midland Basin by the Central Basin Platform and extends from southwestern New Mexico into western Texas. The Delaware Basin contains multiple Permian-aged zones that have the potential for oil and gas development. Historically, production was focused on the vertical development of the commingled “Wolfbone” formation. However, industry activity has now shifted to horizontal development of the various formations. Carrizo’s focus is the Wolfcamp formation, which is characterized by interbedded shale and limestone; future development is expected to target the oilier Upper Wolfcamp formation. Carrizo’s land position is primarily located in Culberson County, Reeves County, and Ward County.

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Eagle Ford Shale

The Eagle Ford Shale trend extends from the Texas border with Mexico, past San Antonio, east toward Houston. The eastern economic limit of the play has yet to be established. Reserves associated with the Eagle Ford vary from dry gas in the deeper southernmost portion of the play, in a trend from Webb to DeWitt County, to black oil with little associated gas at its northern limits along a trend from Zavala to Fayette County. Carrizo elected to restrict its land acquisitions to the central portion of the trend with the intent to develop reserves consisting of light oil and condensate with a moderate amount of associated rich natural gas. Carrizo's mineral leases and leasing activities are located primarily in La Salle County with smaller positions in Dimmit, Atascosa, Frio, and McMullen Counties.

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eagle ford shale

Contact Information

If you should require additional information, please contact your regional Carrizo representative by using the information provided here.

Carrizo oil & gas, inc.

500 Dallas Street, Ste. 2300
Houston, TX 77002
Phone: 713-328-1000
Fax: 713-328-1035

All royalty owner questions should be
addressed to or call

Para servicio en Espanol favor de llamar
al 817-477-9955 extension 1608 or

Delaware basin:

Land Manager
Western and Southern Delaware Basin

Land Manager
Eastern Delaware Basin
(Eastern Reeves/Ward Counties)

Eagle ford shale:

Land Manager
Eagle Ford

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