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WEST HAWKEYE PROSPECT – WHEELER COUNTY, TEXAS
GRANITE WASH – MISENER – HUNTON
TEXAS PANHANDLE 6,700+ Acres
The West Hawkeye prospect consists of approximately 6,700 contiguous acres in the west central area of
Wheeler County, Texas. Based on a review of 3-D seismic, as well as available well data, Texas Coastal Oil
and Gas, LLC (Texas Coastal) has identified multiple targets in the Granite Wash, Misener and Hunton
formations within the prospect area. Total depth for a well to test all formations is approximately 12,600 feet.
The prospect lies in a graben directly north of the main mountain front fault of the Texas Panhandle. The
fault has 3,500 feet of displacement in the prospect area. Movement along this large wrench fault caused the
formation of several trap types. Texas Coastal has identified potential traps in: 1) the Granite Wash and
Hunton formations against the fault, 2) the Hunton formation in pop-up blocks, 3) the Granite Wash
formation in anticlines, and 4) Granite Wash formation stratigraphic pinchouts near the fault.
Additionally 3-D seismic data show a Misener incised valley trending through the prospect area. Two wells
located within this channel appear to have Misener by-passed pay. The Mo-Tex field, two miles north,
produces from the Misener which has four wells that have produced over 3 BCF and one well over 5 BCF.
The prospect area lies in the midst of several huge fields. To the south is the giant Panhandle field, which
produced 150 million barrels of oil from the Granite Wash formation. To the east is the Pan Wheeler field,
which produced over 250 BCF from the Hunton Formation. Mobeetie Field, a Granite Wash field that has
produced over 5 MMBO, lies just a few miles to the north along with Mo-Tex field that has produced
approximately 30 BCF from the Misener formation.
Several wells in or near the prospect area had strong oil and gas shows. A well near the north edge of the
area flowed 5.4 MMCFD and 398 BOPD from the Hunton formation. Another well, also near the northern
edge, had an initial flow rate of 4.5 MMCFD from the Granite Wash formation. Other wells in or near the
prospect area also had strong Granite Wash shows and the formation appears to be present over the entire
prospect area but seems to have been overlooked in prior drilling efforts. Considering current economic
conditions and new completion technology, there is a high probability that the Granite Wash formation can
be made commercially productive from a depth of approximately 4,500’ to 11,700’.
Based on analogous production from nearby fields, it appears that wells drilled to the Granite Wash in the
prospect area could easily produce an average of 1.5 BCF. Hunton formation production in the prospect area
could average 5 BCF or more per well. Two wells in the nearby Pan Wheeler field produced 44 BCF from
the Hunton formation. Within the prospect area there is potential for 11 to 20 Hunton wells, 6 to 8 Misener
and 48 to 84 Granite Wash wells. The estimated reserves are between 145 and 245 BCF.
Mayfield/Mills Ranch/ Hawkeye/Jayhawk/Trapper/Wildcat/Cornhusker
Non-Exclusive 3D Survey
Wheeler County, Texas and Roger Mills and Beckham County, Oklahoma
Survey Size: 437 square miles Bin Dimensions: 110’ x 110’
Record Length: 5 seconds * Date Acquired: 1996 – 2002
Recording System: I/O System I * Energy Source: Vibroseis *
Fold Coverage: 40 @ 14,074’ (Nominal) Fold Coverage : 75 @ 20,600’ (Nominal)
35 @ 12,000’ (Mills Ranch and 55 @ 15,000’
29 @ 10,000’ Mayfield) 35 @ 10,000’
20 @ 7,500’ 11 @ 5,000’
Receiver Information Source Information
Receiver Interval: 220’ Source Interval: 220’
Receiver Line Spacing: 1320’ Source Line Spacing: 1320’
Receiver Line Orientation: N-S * Source Line Orientation: E-W *
Geophone Type: GSC 30CT, 10 Hz. * Source Type: Mertz M-18 *
Geophones per Group: 6 * Sources per Pattern: 4 units
Receiver Array: Inline over 75’ * Source Array: Inline over 108’ *
Recording Geometry: 8 x 120 channels * Sweep Information: 10-108 Hz., Linear *
Number of Live Channels: 960 * Sweep Effort: 8 sweeps
Maximum Offset recorded: 14,074’ * Sweep Length: 10 seconds
Receivers per square mile: 96 Sources per square mile: 96
* VARIATIONS TO ABOVE
Receiver Line Orientation: E-W Source Line Orientation: N-S
Geophone Type: OYO PC-801 Sweep Information: 10-105 Hz., Linear
Sweep Information: 12-96 Hz., 3 db
Geophones per Group: 9 Source Array: Inline over 140’
Receiver Array: Inline over 80’ Sweep Information: 12-96 Hz., Linear
Record Length: 6 seconds Source Line Orientation: NW-SE
Recording System: I/O System II, RSR Source Type: Hemi-48
Receiver Line Orientation: NE-SW Source Array: Inline over 100’
Geophone Type: Marsh OYO, 30CT Sweep Information: 8-84 Hz., Linear
Receiver Array: Inline over 70’ Hole Depth: (Dynamite Infill): 80’
Recording Geometry: 10 x 180 channels Charge Size: 5.5 pounds @ 80’
Number of Live Channels: 1800 Maximum Offset recorded: 20,600’
Recording Geometry: 10 x 180 channels Source Type: Mertz M-26
Maximum Offset recorded: 20, 6000’ Sources per Pattern: 3 Units
Source Array: Inline over 120’
Sweep Information: 6-84 Hz. Linear
Dynamite Infill: 2.5 & 8.0 pounds @ 100’
Granite Wash Overview
The Midcontinent Granite Wash is a series of tight gas plays (Lard Ranch, Buffalo Wallow, Stiles Ranch, and Colony West) that runs from the Texas Panhandle to Southwest Oklahoma. There is some oil production in the Granite Wash, mainly in Oldham and Gray counties in Texas. The sandstone reservoir is about 160 miles long and 30 miles wide. Operators are using both horizontal and vertical drilling to produce reserves from this longtime target.
Economic rates are achieved by multi-stage, slickwater fracture treatments and close attention to costs. There are over 2600 operating wells in the Granite Wash, and some of the operators include Chesapeake Energy, Newfield Exploration, Penn Virginia, Cimarex Energy, Questar, Linn Energy, Forest Oil, Apache Corp., BNK Petroleum, Devon Energy, and Cordillera Energy Partners III.
6900 Acres Wheeler County Texas
Westover Energy, LLC
1808 Harwood Court, Suite B
Hurst, Texas 76054
Phone: (817) 668-5739
Fax: (817) 704-4590
WESTOVER ENERGY SERVICES AND AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Acquisitions & Divestitures Management an Marketing
Project Management / Prospect Management services
Full Phase: Prospect inception to initial sales, on site or off site, we provide services in our offices or at the client’s office.
Due diligence for mergers/acquisitions/divestitures
Project Management Services for Analysis and review of existing oil and gas leases, contracts,including operating agreements and farm-in/farm-out agreements
Lease Acquisitions, negotiation, preparation and acquisition of new contracts, agreements and oil and gas leases.
Petroleum Landman Services consisting of Contract land work for any sized or specialized project.
Surface Damage Negotiation, preparation and finalization of settlements and and pipeline easement acquisitions and right of ways.
Project Management of field landmen for projects.
Legal Consulting and Managemet of Government permits.
Management and consulting of State and federal lease sale, including representation.
Lease records maintenance and management services
on-site or from one of our offices.
Current Management and employees have work experience in Texas, Pennsylvania, Utah, West Virginia, Louisiana, North Dakota, Colorado, California, Arkansas, Kansas,Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Montana New Mexico, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Nebaraska