Tanos II areas of operation are located within the East Texas and North Louisiana geologic basins. The fields are characterized by long-lived production and additional drilling opportunities that provide a mechanism for exceptional return on capital utilizing our horizontal drilling experience and operational efficiencies. Click on a geographic area below for more details.
The North Louisiana Business Unit contains 358 operated wells and 287 non-operated wells. Most wells are located within the Ada, Sailes and West Bryceland field complex. In addition, Tanos also operates wells in Cotton Valley, Haynesville and Ivan fields. Production is primarily from the Hosston and Gray Sand formations. Total gross daily operated production is over 32 MMCFE/Day.
The East Texas Business Unit contains 335 operated wells and 227 non-operated wells. Tanos operated wells are located in Appleby, Carthage, Martinsville, Minden, Oak Hill, Stockman East and Waterman fields. Tanos currently has an active drilling program at Overton field and the wells are turned over to a partner 90 days after completion. An active “drill-to-earn” joint venture is also ongoing at Willow Springs field. Total gross daily operated production is over 25 MMCFE/Day and total gross non-operated production is in excess of 40 MMCFE/Day.
The Western Shelf Business Unit contains 90 operated wells and 49 non-operated wells. The majority of the operated wells are located in Savell field which produce primarily from Jurassic-aged Bossier sandstones. Multiple stacked, over-pressured reservoirs that range in depth from 12,000 to 20,000 feet were deposited within submarine fan complexes as laterally discontinuous sand bodies. Total gross daily operated production is over 38 MMCFE/day.