The Haynesville Shale underlies large parts of southwestern Arkansas, northwest Louisiana, and East Texas. It lies at depths of 10,500 to 13,000 feet below the land’s surface
San Juan (CBM)
The San Juan Basin is a geologic structural basin located near the Four Corners region of the Southwestern United States. The basin covers 7,500 square miles and resides in northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and Arizona.
The Barnett Shale is a geological formation located in the Bend Arch-Fort Worth Basin and is known as a "tight" gas reservoir. It was virtually impossible to produce gas in commercial quantities from this formation until the use of horizontal drilling improved the economics.
The Barnett-Woodford of West Texas is a play combining the Barnett Shale and the underlying Woodford Shale. Both the Barnett and the Woodford have been very successful stand-alone shale plays in other parts of North America.
The Fayetteville Shale is a geologic formation of Mississippian age composed of tight shale. It is named for the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, and requires hydraulic fracturing to release the natural gas contained within.
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The Monterey Formation is an extensive Miocene oil-rich geological sedimentary formation in California. It is the major source-rock for 37 to 38 billion barrels of oil in conventional traps such as sandstones which is most of California's known oil resources.
The Woodford Shale is located in Oklahoma and began production in 1934 in Pottawatomie County. Currently over 130 wells have been drilled in the Woodford Shale.
The New Albany Shale is an organic-rich geologic formation of Devonian and Mississippian age in the Illinois Basin of the US and is a major source of hydrocarbons.
The Uinta Basin (aka The Uintah Basin) is a physiographic section of the larger Colorado Plateaus province, which in turn is part of the larger Intermontane Plateaus physiographic division.
The Powder River Basin is a geologic structural basin in southeast Montana and northeast Wyoming, about 120 miles (190 km) east to west and 200 miles (320 km) north to south. The region is a major producer of natural gas, both conventional natural gas and coal-bed methane
The Niobrara Formation, also called the Niobrara Chalk, is a geologic formation in North America that was deposited between 87 and 82 million years ago and underlies much of the Great Plains of the US and Canada.
The Antrim Shale is a formation in the Michigan Basin, in the US state of Michigan, and extending into Ohio and Indiana. It is a major source of natural gas in the northern part of the basin.
The Bakken formation has emerged in recent years as one of the most important sources of new oil production in the United States. Most Bakken drilling and production has been in North Dakota, although the formation also extends into Montana and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The Piceance Basin is a geologic structural basin in northwestern Colorado, in the US and contains reserves of coal, natural gas, and oil shale. The name is derived from the Shoshoniword /piasonittsi/ meaning “tall grass”.
The Raton Basin is a geologic structural basin in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico.
The Eagle Ford Shale (also called the Eagle Ford Group) is a sedimentary rock formation that covers much of the modern-day state of Texas. Composed of organic matter-rich fossiliferous marine shales and marls, it derives its name from the West Fork of the Trinity River near the old community of Eagle Ford