Oil And Gas Investment Opportunity
The Mustang 1-18 is a development well that will extend into the East Pink Field and just to the south.
One of the proposed well sites will be located on the west side of the Hunton erosion channel, which will give us access to the area’s important interval: the Bois D’Arc dolomite. The Bois D’Arc consists of porous and permeable dolomite and dolomitic limestone and is the principal producing interval in the area.
The Bois D’Arc intervals in the South Pink Field and East Pink Field have produced a combined amount of 945,000 B.O., so we anticipate the output of our new wells to be just as productive.
Located in northwest Kansas within the northernmost portion of the Hugoton Embayment of the Anadarko Basin, Cannon’s acreage is wedged between the Central Kansas Uplift to the northeast and the Las Animas Arch to the west.
Structural influence from these uplifts, combined with the Cambrian Arch to the north, has resulted in a series of cross trending north-northwest & northeast structures which can be low relief with irregularly shaped geometries.
These structures provide a major component of the trapping mechanism for the hydrocarbon reservoirs underlying the area; can be challenging to locate from well control alone. Additional input utilizing geophysical technology has addressed that problem.
Located approximately 20 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, this prospect is structurally positioned on the
This Prospect is analogous to the Hunton production in the Shawnee #1 and South Pink field located north of the proposed drill sites. The cumulative production from the Hunton in the South Pink field is 1,014,950 barrels through December 2013 from 6 wells. The Followill lease in the NW/4 of Section 30 has produced 502,633 barrels from two wells.