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5L Properties, Inc. is a private Oil & Gas company located in Breckenridge, Texas. Founded by Leslie J. Griffith in 1993, 5L Properties, Inc. has over 20 years of experience in oil and gas exploration and the day-to-day operation of existing oil and gas properties. Our primary goal is to develop and operate oil and gas production in a thorough, efficient, and cost effective manner, thereby creating value for our partners at every stage in the life of an oil and gas property. Whether it be drilling, completion, recompletion, workover, or just the day-to-day hands-on operation of existing production, we strive to represent the best interests of our partners in all that we do. In addition to the physical operating of oil and gas properties, we also specialize in oil and gas accounting, such as joint interest billing and revenue distribution.

Our Strategy

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5L Properties, Inc. was founded by the positive relationship between one man, Leslie J. Griffith, and the right group of people. After years of work in his accounting business, Mr.

Our Mission

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Our mission is to provide value for our investors at every stage in the life of their oil and gas investment. Whether it be drilling a new prospect, further developing

Where We Are

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Our office is located at: 129 West Walker, Suite B Breckenridge, TX 76424

Oil & Gas News

  • Obama makes Alaska’s Bristol Bay off-limits for oil, gas activity

    US President Barack Obama placed Bristol Bay off-limits for future oil and gas leasing, extending a temporary withdrawal he imposed in 2010 that was due to expire in 2017. The Dec. 16 announcement effectively excludes the entire North Aleutian Basin from consideration in the new 5-year Outer Continental Shelf program the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has begun to prepare.

    Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:49
  • Severance tax would backfire, Pennsylvania association leaders warn

    Enacting a severance tax aimed at Pennsylvania’s unconventional natural gas activity would substantially harm the commonwealth beyond the industry itself, three oil and gas trade association officials warned.

    Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:49
  • New York state moves to ban hydraulic fracturing

    High-volume hydraulic fracturing will be banned in the state of New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration announced Dec. 17, citing health risks and concerns about possible contamination of air and water. The state has had a temporary moratorium on fracturing in the Marcellus shale for years.

    Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:49
  • Cooper to buy 50% of offshore Gippsland Sole gas field

    Cooper Energy Ltd., Adelaide, has bought a 50% interest in the offshore Gippsland Sole dry gas field in retention lease Vic/RL3 as well as 50% of the Orbost onshore gas plant in eastern Victoria from Santos Ltd.

    Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:49