Houston-based Linn Energy Inc., which is revamping its exploration and midstream businesses, has agreed to sell its estimated 179,000 net acres in the Oklahoma waterflood and Texas Panhandle to an undisclosed buyer for $122 million. Third quarter production for the properties was about 5,200 boe/d, with proved developed reserves of 22.8 million boe. Annualized field level cash flow was estimated at $21 million, while annual general and administrative expenses for the combined properties is around $4-6 million. The sale is expected to close in early 2018 with an effective date of Oct. 1. Jefferies LLC acted as financial adviser for the Texas Panhandle properties, while Kirkland & Ellis LLP acted as legal counsel for both transactions.