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There are 15 major Oil & Gas Basins over the United States.  These Basins are the remains from Ancient Oceans that once existed over north America.  We specialize in acquisitions, leases, and title over these ancient ocean basins of the United States.  This is United Basin
Ancient oceans across the United States have left what are known as basins.  These basins are responsible for the Oil & Gas production across the country.  If you need curative title or an Oil, Gas, or Mineral Lease, please contact us.


The Fort Worth Basin is home of the Barnett Shale which produces 18% of the nations on-shore natural gas. The Fort Worth Basin and Bend Arch lie entirely within north central Texas covering an area of 54,000 square miles (140,000 km2). The southern and eastern boundaries are defined by county lines that generally follow the Ouachita structural front, although a substantial portion of this structural feature is included near Dallas. The north boundary follows the Texas-Oklahoma State line in the east, where the province includes parts of the Sherman Basin and Muenster Arch. In the west, the north boundary follows the north-east county lines of Oklahoma's three southwestern counties (Harmon, Jackson and Tillman Counties), which include the south flank of the Wichita Mountains and the Hollis Basin. The western boundary trends north-south along county lines defining the junction with the Permian Basin where part of the eastern shelf of the Permian Basin.


Famous all over the world The Permian Basin contains zones known as the Spraberry which has proven to be the second largest reserve in the world!

The Permian Basin is a sedimentary basin largely contained in the western part of the U.S. state of Texas and the southeastern part of the state of New Mexico. It reaches from just south of Lubbock, to just south of Midland and Odessa, extending westward into the southeastern part of the adjacent state of New Mexico. It is so named because it has one of the world's thickest deposits of rocks from the Permian geologic period.



The basin of the west coast!  The San Joaquin Basin, is a sediment-filled depression, that is bound to the west by the California Coast Ranges, and to the east by the Sierra Nevadas. It is classified as a forearc basin, which basically means that it is a basin that formed in front of a mountain range.With respect to technically recoverable undiscovered conventional hydrocarbon resources in the San Joaquin Basin Province, the USGS estimated means of 1.8 trillion cubic feet of gas (TCFG), 393 million barrels of oil (MMBO), and 86 million barrels of total natural gas liquids (MMBNGL) for the five total petroleum systems (exclusive of reserve growth in existing oil fields).



The Williston Basin is the home of the Bakken Shale.  The Williston Basin lies above an ancient Precambrian geologic basement feature, the Trans-Hudson Orogenic Belt that developed in this area about 1.8-1.9 billion years ago, and that created a weak zone that later led to sagging to produce the basin.  The Precambrian basement rocks in the center of the basin beneath the city of Williston, North Dakota lie about 16,000 feet (4,900 m) below the surface. Cumulative basin production totals about 3.8 billion barrels (600,000,000 m3) of oil[8] and 470 billion cubic feet (1.3×1010 m3) of natural gas.


The Huron Shale

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