We and our predecessor entities have a long history in the Eagle Ford Shale where we have assembled approximately 472,000 gross leasehold acres (271,000 net acres), nearly 950 net producing wells and over 2,125 net specifically identified potential future drilling locations.
We have approximately 106,000 net acres in Dimmit, La Salle and Webb counties, Texas representing a 100% working interest, which we refer to as the Catarina area. We have identified approximately 575 gross (575 net) locations for potential future drilling.
In 2017, we acquired approximately 252,000 gross (61,000 net) acres in Dimmit, Webb, La Salle, Zavala and Maverick counties, Texas through the Comanche Acquisition, representing a 24% working interest in the asset, which we refer to as the Comanche area. We have identified approximately 2,800 gross (680 net) Eagle Ford locations for potential future drilling.
We have approximately 96,000 net acres in Dimmit, Frio, La Salle, and Zavala counties, Texas, which we refer to as the Maverick area, which we believe lies in the black oil window. We have identified approximately 790 gross (760 net) locations for potential future drilling.
We have approximately 7,600 net acres in Gonzales County, Texas, which we refer to as the Palmetto area, which we believe lies in the volatile oil window. We have identified approximately 225 gross (110 net) locations for potential future drilling.
The Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) is an oil-rich shale located in southwest Mississippi and northeast Louisiana. We own approximately 34,000 net acres in the TMS. Although TMS development is currently challenged due to well costs and commodity prices, we believe that the TMS play has significant future development potential as changes in technology, commodity prices and service costs occur.
Note: All asset information provided above is as of Dec. 31, 2018. For more information on our assets, please refer to our 2018 Annual Report.