Veteran Oil Partners LLC announces that it has sold its 25th thousand barrel of oil off of its Puller lease located in Creek County, Oklahoma. The “Puller” Play was a Skinner sandstone development that initiated in mid 2014. Veteran held acreage in what came to be the center of an emerging shallow oil play that utilized new cross-polymer gel fracking techniques to access over looked oil reserves in the 2700 ft. deep Skinner sandstone. “The VETEX Puller Sec. 20 lease, and surrounding Skinner sandstone development as a whole, is another classic story of operators of the past overlooking pay that registered as low-resistivity, or “wet zones”, on modern day e-logs” Veteran Oil Partners CEO Derek Evans is quoted in comments. Veteran Exploration & Production’s Puller lease has sold 25,987 barrels of oil in total at an average price of $50.00 per barrel. Unfortunately, the discovery coincided with the 2015 and 2016 crash of oil prices that sent prices earned in the field hurling to a low of $23.00 per barrel. Through the low pricing environments the 2700 ft. pay-zone proved resilient and continued to churn out net positive monthly revenues. To date the VOP property comprised of 3 wells has generated gross oil sales of $1,333,000.00. The lease is in production and averages approximately 14 barrels of oil per day.