- The Abilene and Wichita Falls District Offices will be closed Thursday, February 22, 2018.
The Commission issued a total of 1,561 original drilling permits in July 2012 compared to 1,722 in July 2011. The July total included 1,379 permits to drill new oil and gas wells, 39 to re-enter existing well bores, and 143 for re-completions. Permits issued in July 2012 included 456 oil, 107 gas, 919 oil and gas, 69 injection, two service and eight other permits.
Texas preliminary June 2012 crude oil production averaged 1,285,561 barrels daily, up from the 968,328 barrels daily average of June 2011.
The preliminary Texas crude oil production figure for June 2012 is 38,566,821 barrels, up from 29,049,829 barrels reported during June 2011.
In July 2012, operators reported 803 oil, 328 gas, 17 injection and zero other completions compared to 243 oil, 271 gas, 13 injection and zero other completions in July 2011.
Total well completions for 2012 year to date are 8,733 up from 4,690 recorded during the same period in 2011.
Operators reported 566 holes plugged and one dry hole in July 2012 compared to 148 holes plugged and zero dry holes in July 2011.
Texas oil and gas wells produced 524,426,369 Mcf (thousand cubic feet) of gas based upon preliminary production figures for June 2012 down from the June 2011 preliminary gas production total of 526,588,019 Mcf. Texas preliminary June total gas production averaged 17,480,879 Mcf (thousand cubic feet) a day.
Texas production in June 2012 came from 147,040 oil wells and 91,499 gas wells.
|RAILROAD COMMISSION DISTRICT||PERMITS TO DRILL OIL/GAS HOLES||OIL COMPLETIONS||GAS COMPLETIONS|
|(1) SAN ANTONIO AREA||279||45||33|
|(2) REFUGIO AREA||127||27||17|
|(3) SOUTHEAST TEXAS||67||31||15|
|(4) DEEP SOUTH TEXAS||37||15||22|
|(5) EAST CENTRAL TX||13||0||2|
|(6) EAST TEXAS||50||1||19|
|(7B) WEST CENTRAL TX||47||15||0|
|(7C) SAN ANGELO AREA||168||69||13|
|(8A) LUBBOCK AREA||92||30||1|
|(9) NORTH TEXAS||124||158||186|
|COUNTY||CRUDE OIL (BBLS)||COUNTY||TOTAL GAS (MCF)|
|1. KARNES||2,697,597||1. TARRANT||65,337,082|
|2. ANDREWS||2,432,874||2. JOHNSON||34,472,709|
|3. GAINES||2,001,165||3. WEBB||22,027,527|
|4. ECTOR||1,869,602||4. PECOS||19,301,994|
|5. YOAKUM||1,710,427||5. PANOLA||19,154,320|
|6. UPTON||1,619,001||6. WISE||18,002,702|
|7. MIDLAND||1,611,601||7. DENTON||17,596,141|
|8. MARTIN||1,541,744||8. FREESTONE||15,525,717|
|9. GONZALES||1,363,157||9. NACOGDOCHES||11,723,035|
|10. LA SALLE||1,324,555||10. ZAPATA||11,258,273|