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Areas of Interest


Belmont County, Carroll County, Columbiana County, Guernsey County, Harrison County, Jefferson County, Monroe County,  Noble County,  Stark County, Tuscarawas County, Stark County


Bradford County, Greene County, Lycoming County, Tioga County,  Sullivan County, Susquehanna County, Washington County, Wyoming County 

Utica Shale – lies under the Marcellus Shale. Although the Utica extends into areas of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, most Utica activity takes place in eastern Ohio. The depth of the rock decreases to the west into Ohio which allows for economic extraction.

Marcellus Shale – the largest source of natural gas in the United States. Lying underneath 66 million acres, stretching across Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and into southeast Ohio and upstate New York.


Andrews County, Dawson County, Ector County, Glasscock County, Howard County, Loving County, Martin   County, Midland County,  Reagan County, Reeves County, Upton County, Ward County, Winkler County

Delaware Basin –  a hydrocarbon rich sedimentary basin that lies within the Permian Basin. It covers around 6.4 million acres located under West Texas and South Eastern New Mexico. In the later half of 2016, the Delaware Basin became one of the most popular plays in the United States.

Midland Basin –  has the honor of being the site of the first discovery well of the Permian, drilled in Mitchell County in 1920. The larger of the two basins spanning roughly 8.9 million acres across  West Texas. It is separated from the Delaware Basin by the Central Basin Platform.