Looking for Oil and Gas Investors for new wells in PA
Minimum Invest Amount $100,000.00
Looking to drill 15-20 shallow vertical oil wells (2200’)
in Northwest PA
Producer owns 100 percent of the rights of this historic oil field. The
field consists of 5,500 contiguous acres. There are
approximately 140 active oil wells on primary production.
The age of the wells range from the turn of the 20th
century to current. We are currently completing 9 new
The wells are 2200’ deep on average. The primary producing
sand is the Bradford 3rd. It ranges from 15 to 40 feet in
thickness. Recently we started fracing behind pipe. By
doing a cased hole frac vs. the traditional open hole frac
we have proved that the Bradford 3rd in our area does frac
vertically with favorable results.
There is a great opportunity of drilling a horizontal oil
well on the lease. We need to continue with our vertical
program to perfect the casehole fracing in the ar…
1/2" to 5/8" floor plat in pit section
1/4" side walls
1-3/16" serrated bar grating on top of mud pit and pump shed
3/8" diamond plate floor in pump shed
1/4" * 1-1/2" square tubing hand rails that fold down for transport
Paddle wheels on the three agitators are extended to within a few inches
of the sloped floor in the pit section
Three mud guns are extended as well to within a few inches of the sloped
Mud mixing hopper can be located at various places on the surface grating
of the mud pit
Two heaters are in the pump shed; one is steam and the other is electric
Two 8" * 6" Forum Mud Hogs with tungsten carbide hardened impellers are in
the pump sheds powered by 75-HP electric motors
Mud Hogs have injectable packing for convenience and easy service
Three agitators are powered by 10-HP electric motors
All three tanks have been refurbished with new flanged, schedule 80
plumbing and electronic starters for the 75-HP pumps
A 125 KW power p…
New Concentration in Energy Offered Through Texas Tech Graduate School
Graduate students can now add a concentration in energy to their Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree.
Texas Tech University’s Graduate School launched a new addition to its Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) degree: a concentration in energy in the Fall 2020 semester. This unique graduate program – designed for working energy professionals – offers unmatched educational opportunities leveraging the university’s unique blend of expertise in business, law, renewable energy and oil and gas.
“The energy sector is a diverse and rapidly changing field that impacts everyone's lives; therefore, it is essential that energy professionals keep abreast of the latest developments and technologies,” said Mark Sheridan, dean of the Graduate School. “Texas Tech University is uniquely positioned, both geographical…
Oil and gas companies are always on the lookout for highly skilled talent when looking to fill open positions. Where do they look for a strong talent pool? How do they generate positive leads to fill those positions? What are the skills they look for? These are some questions that recruiters, human resources, and talent acquisition departments ask every time they must either replace a person or hire for a new position.
Midland College (MC) Energy Technology and Diesel Technology Programs have developed strong partnerships with local oil and gas companies to help answer some of these questions and fill the employment gap here in the Permian Basin. There is representation from upstream, midstream, and downstream companies. The partnerships are made up of large corporations such as Chevron, Oxy, Ovintiv and SM Energy as well as independents such as Endeavor and CrownQuest, just to mention a few. These companies are a very integral part of the educational process.
Where do th…
On Monday, June 7, at 2:00 p.m., Midland College (MC) President Dr. Steve Thomas and
Archrock, Inc. President and CEO Mr. Brad Childers will announce the donation of a compressor
system to MC Diesel Technology and Energy Technology programs.
Archrock, is the leading provider of midstream natural gas contract compression services in the U.S.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Archrock has approximately 1,700 employees and operates in every
major oil and gas producing region in the United States, including the Permian Basin. The donation to
Midland College, worth approximately $200,000, represents the company’s commitment to support
education and career development in the West Texas region.
“We are extremely grateful to Archrock for this very generous donation,” Pete Avalos, MC program
chair of Automotive, Diesel and Energy, said. “Students in our Diesel Technology and Energy
Technology programs will be able to receive hands-on training using this gas compression system,