Warwick Investment Group’s $450 Million Acquisition of Rosewood Eagle Ford Assets

Kirkland & Ellis advised Warwick Investment Group on the deal.

Warwick Investment Group executed its agreement to acquire operated oil and gas assets in Texas’s Eagle Ford Shale from Rosewood Resources for a combined purchase price and drilling commitment of over $450 million. The acquisition is poised to deliver both short and long-term value due to the acreage’s balanced mix of current production and near-term future development.

Rosewood Resources, Inc. is a privately held oil and gas company founded in 1983 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas.  Rosewood Resources, Inc. is a subsidiary of The Rosewood Corporation, which is wholly-owned by the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate.

Warwick Investment Group is a global investment firm investing capital in the real estate, energy and digital assets on behalf of US and international pension funds, institutions and families. With offices in London, New York, Hong Kong and Oklahoma City and a team of ~70 industry professionals, Warwick has an established track record in strategic consolidation of real assets.

The Kirkland team was led by corporate partners Rahul Vashi (Picture) and R.J. Malenfant and associates Alia Heintz and Caleb Martin, tax partner Mark Dundon, environmental transactions partner Jon Kidwell, and debt finance associates Marco Chan and Scott Reid.

Involved fees earner: Marco Chan – Kirkland & Ellis; Mark Dundon – Kirkland & Ellis; Alia Heintz – Kirkland & Ellis; Jonathan Kidwell – Kirkland & Ellis; R.J. Malenfant – Kirkland & Ellis; Caleb Martin – Kirkland & Ellis; Scott Reid – Kirkland & Ellis; Rahul Vashi – Kirkland & Ellis;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis;

Clients: Warwick Investment Group;