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Company Contact Prospect Teaser Location Description
Halex Oil Corporation Mike Hale 713-249-8260
mhale@halexoil.com
Chigger Creek Prospect
(Contact company for teaser & additional info)
Brazoria County, TX Middle & Lower Frio sands from 7,900’ to 9,000’ (±7 zones) Re-enter & sidetrack existing wellbore (2015); Normal pressure Reserve potential up to 1.2 MMBO + 12 BCFG (3-4 wells). Direct offset to +2.4 MMBO & 22 BCFG
Ready to drill; Drill Site Title Opinions (2014); Operations available
Halex Oil Corporation Mike Hale 713-249-8260
mhale@halexoil.com
Blue Ridge Salt Dome Prospect (Contact company for teaser & additional info) Fort Bend County, TX Sub-caprock Middle to Lower Frio (4500')
Twin wellbore that blewout (2017) making +3300 BO in 12 hrs Reserve potential up to 100,000 BO/well
Ready to drill; Drill Site Title Opinions (2014); Operations available
Petrochase Holdings, LLC. Bruce Dawson  713-703-9173. bxdawson@icloud.com Eagle Ford Development Project McMullen County, Tx Petrochase Holdings, LLC is marketing ~2500 contiguous acres of proven oil productive Eagle Ford acreage in McMullen County Tx.  The area consists of 5 under-developed Eagle Ford oil units that are now available for redevelopment. Surrounding oil production is prolific & the area is large enough to allow long length horizontal wells. Ample infrastructure exists in the area including a nearby SWD well & a close fresh water source. Reserve potential could be 10+ mil. Bbls oil equivalent when fully developed with room for up to 25 new wells.  Petrochase is seeking an operator capable of leasing, evaluating & developing the acreage.
Sequoia Energy Co. Gordon McCall sequoia_energy@aol.com, 281-799-5331 East Sandy Creek 3D O&G Prospect Colorado County, TX Mascot Oil & Sequoia Energy have generated & assembled Time Structure & Amplitude Maps, Geology, 3D Seismic, & Engineering data for a 10,100', NO PIPE, Upper-Mid Wilcox well to Develop significant Proven & Probable Undeveloped Oil & Gas Condensate Reserves structurally high to the Johnston #1 Discovery well. This is a sizable & proven Oil Productive 4-way dip, downthrown rollover closure defined by 60- fold 3D Seismic data. A commercially productive Oil Well (30’ Oil Sd.) which established the downdip Lowest Know Oil Contact in the Mid-Wilcox “D” reservoir. These pays have never been offset on the structural crest. 4 other sand reservoirs tested Gas/Condensate or had Log Pay at the edge of this closed structural reservoir complex.
Teal Energy USA, Inc. John Glenn
713-781-4350 (o), 281-639-9393 (c)
Jglenn713@aol.com
See additional prospects including one  Cook Mt. "New Field discovery development prospect" on our Website: tealenergyusa.com
Bigfoot Prospect South Texas The prospect is comprised of a giant seismically defined 50,000 acre Lower Cretaceous atoll reef located on a rift margin basement fault block located in an outboard basin position about 20 mi in front of the historical onshore carbonate shelf-edge plays between the Wilcox & Frio trends. We expect the test well to encounter several thousand ft of potential Lower Cretaceous Carbonate gas pay... (cont. in attached pdf)
Explorations-Oil and Gas Consultant Chuck Laser claser@comcast.net
Cell 561-504-4699 Office 954-427-0610

North Grant Canyon Prospect

North Grant Canyon Cost Estimate

Railroad Valley - Nye County, Nevada O&G PROSPECT FOR SALE- 10 -30 MILL BARRELS 1 MI. AWAY FROM WELL THAT MADE 9.5 MILL BBLS OIL THAT FLOWED OVER 4000 BBLS/DAY FOR 8 YRS WITH NO DECLINE.  BUDGET 4.1 MILLION.  EXPECTED SUSTAINED FLOW RATES 4-5 THOUSAND BARRELS/DAY.  75% NRI PLUS BACK-IN.  MAN WHO OWNED LEASE LEAD TO THE DISCOVERY OF THE BAKKEN OIL FIELD.
Blue Creek Exploration, Ltd. Belize - Alistair King, Managing Director
Tel +501 610-5857
amkingbze@gmail.com

USA - John Arestad, Geophysicist
(303) 981-5745
johnarestad@gmail.com

Blue Creek Exploration Prospect

Corozal Basin, Northern Belize

Opportunity to earn substantial working interest in an E&P license (PSA) containing attractive Jurassic & Cretaceous prospectivity, with staged exploration & potential for early drilling.
Bluegrass Energy Associates, Inc. William “Mike” Mitchell; 859-608-1517 email: wmm40014@aol.com Lower Ordovician & Cambrian Objectives Kentucky & Tennessee Over 5 man-yrs of geological evaluation resulting in delineation of over 80 prospects & leads in KY & TN that offer multiple Lower Ordovician & Cambrian objectives, both conventional & unconventional, with potential for oil, natural gas, & helium. 12 of the prospects defined are indicated at the surface as structural closures on published geologic maps, with 2 of the prospects previously proven productive & have proven reserves of 10-15BCF gas & 100,000bbls oil at depths above 2000ft. Number 1 prospect has oil objective at 2700ft with 2 million bbls oil potential. Leases can be obtained with 1/8 landowner royalty & $30-$50/acre bonus for 3-5yr paid-up terms. Drilling depths range from 6000ft-7500ft below the surface to see all objectives.
Dynamic GeoVentures LLC. Marc H. Helsinger, Ph.D. 281-773-9509

Fairway Prospect 

Cook Mountain Executive Summary

Gulf Coast Projects

Fairway Project

Low-Risk Shallow Oil Project

Cook Mountain Prospect

The prospect is on a buried fault resulting in expansion and deposition of slope fan sands. Prospect is on trend with numerous productive wells with a recent up-dip analog field that has already produced 40 BCF and condensate. The slope fan sands are defined by seismic stratigraphic analysis and geomorphology. AVO analysis is positive Class 3-4. Seismic petrophysics indicates quality reservoir sands and porosities of 30%.

Sawyer Oil & Gas Company Will Sawyer will@tetuanresources.net (561) 789-8766 Thunderbolt Prospect Logan County, NW Kansas The 640 acre Thunderbolt leasehold is located in the heart of aprox.  2.4 mmbo cumulative production. Working Interest available to participate in 3D Survey to define mapped structural high & Drill 4,500 ft. Test Well. Est. Recoverable Reserves ~ 276,000 bbls. Multiple Pennsylvanian/ Mississippian stacked Carbonate Pays. Proven repeatable Play. Running room
Decker Exploration, Inc. Mark Decker markd@deckerexpl.com CLARK CREEK PROSPECT SUMMARY Lavaca County, Texas near the Dewitt County line The Clark Creek Prospect is located 12 miles southwest of Hallettsville and 125 miles southwest of Houston. The proposed location is on dry land with easy access to roads and lies 0.4 miles northwest of FM 420. A gas transmission pipeline is located 500 feet from the proposed location.
J.D. Lazor Enterprises, Inc.

Dave Lazor jdlazoroilngas@aol.com 

360-829-2634

P.O. Box 369
Carbonado, WA 98323
Cell: 713-7021458 (no reception at home in the mountains, but will record a message)
Houston Area Shallow oil prospect (less than 2000') near Houston on a salt dome twinning a well that tested oil in a 10'sand.  Well sanded up and was abandoned before producing.  Some lease work already done
Saratoga Resources Jack Steinhauser JackSteinhauser@HSEAI.com 25% Partner Wanted for Breton Sound 32 Development Prospect Offshore Bay Area, LA Saratoga Resources is seeking a 25% partner for a twelve-well development drilling program in the Breton Sound 32 Field, offshore bay environment, Louisiana.  Cost to the 25% working interest for initial three wells is $2.625 million.  Development drilling program quickly becomes self-funding.
Del Mar Exploration Wayne L. (Sandy) Rea, II- waynerea@swbell.net Welsh Dome Prospect Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana Welsh Field has produced in excess 27 MMBO. Michael Crabtree, Geologist/Geophysicist, Texas A&M, 30 years' experience, interpreted 3D seismic lines and mapped the Welsh Field. Particular attention was paid to a 37 acre area that is in the NE part of Welsh Field and is very near to Interstate 10. The 27 acres is separated by a fault. The upthrown fault block produced an excess of 2 million barrels of oil from the Camerina Sand Series. The downthrown fault block has produced 300,000 barrels of oil from the Marg H and Camerina Series Sands. The wells drilled in the downthrown fault block were low, which is the reason the wells only produced 300,000 barrels. Our prospect is to drill updip to the 3 wells that produced collectively 300,000 barrels. We can identify the dip and the faults with 3D seismic and e-log cross sections. Mike has prepared a presentation that consists of 23 slides that are structure maps, e-log cross sections and 3D seismic.

We are very happy to have Mark Derouen Operating the wells to be drilled on our Welsh Prospect. Mark is an LSU graduate in petroleum engineering with 20 years' experience working for Chevron and Apache.

Mason and Willbanks Bob Mason – Gunstonwest@sbcglobal.net Magnolia Prospect Southern Jefferson County, Texas

3-D seismic outstanding anomaly/subsurface controlled, high quality Hackberry sands, Field extension and new pay potential with target potential: 5+ Billion CFG + 428,000 Bbls condensate. Pipelines nearby.

Magnolia Arb A

Detring Energy Advisors/EnCore Permian Holdings LP Melinda Faust- mel@detring.com Midland Basin Minerals Opportunities Texas
Permian Basin
Multiple Counties

Wolfcamp & Spraberry
~4,560 Net Royalty Acres; ~94% Minerals
357 Active Producers (67 HZ) & 27 HZ DUCs
Net Prod: 230 Boed;  NTM Cash Flow ~$4 MM
Keystone Oil Company Robert Gross
keystoneoil@sbcglobal.net
Leon Reef Prospect Texas
Leon County
Cotton Valley Lime Reefs & associated shoals
TD 16,500'
3D seismic; support from nearby wells
Success supports up to 6 additional wells
Secondary objective Bossier & Cotton Valley sands
100% available
Marlin Exploration, LLC Cody Lenert

clenert@marlinexploration.com

Glade Bayou Field Prospect Tensas Parish, Louisiana Horizontal Lower Tuscaloosa Basal Sand

8,000’TVD/13,000’ MD

4,300 acres with possible expansion

7-10 additional wells

Good Porosity/Low Perm

500,000 BO recovery per well

Thunder Rock Exploration, Inc. James Kane 
jgkanetre@yahoo.com
2019 Prospect Inventory in South Texas – 10 Conventional Prospects South Texas and Texas Gulf Coast Trapping styles include:  Amplitude pinch-outs across structural noses.  Up-thrown three-way fault closures.  Amplitude anomalies.  Rollover anticlines.  Blanket fractured carbonates. Turtle structure.  In-field development and wildcat opportunities.  Geo-pressured and non-pressured. Reserves estimates vary by prospect.