Tight Oil and Gas

Key projects associated with Hydrocarbon production from tight formations using stimulation operations. Tight formations covered in North America include Graint Wash, Cotton Valley, Austin Chalk, Bossier, among many others. Outside North America, Tight oil and gas operations are also covered in many parts of Asia, Europe, Africa, and Latin America.

Major Tight Oil and Gas Formations

Graint Wash Formation
Northern Texas Panhandle, spreading to Western Oklahoma and Southwest Kansas. - United States
Granite Wash by definition is material eroded from granites and redeposited, forming a rock with the same major mineral constituents as the original rock. It means that Granite Wash received It's name from the weathering process that granite underwent over time. There are believed to be even vaster ...
Cotton Valley Formation
Northeast Texas & Northwest Louisiana - United States
The Cotton Valley formation is a tight gas play located above the Haynesville/Bossier Shale. It is Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous in origin and consists of sandstone, limestone, and shale. The depth of the Cotton Valley formation is roughly 7,800 to 10,000 feet. Although it is mainly a natural...
Austin Chalk
Texas, Louisiana and a small portion of Mississippi. - United States
The Austin Chalk is an upper Cretaceous geologic formation in the Gulf Coast region of the United States. It is named after type section outcrops near Austin, Texas. The formation is made up of chalk and marl.
Eastern Texas and Northern Louisiana - United States
The Bossier Shale, often linked with the Haynesville Shale, is a geological formation that produces hydrocarbon and delivers large amounts of natural gas when properly treated.
Oman Tight Gas
Oman - Oman
Epsilon Formation
Cooper Basin, South Australia - Australia
Epsilon formation is primary mixture of sandstone with carbonaceous shale and coal.
Gulf Oil and Gas
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