COMMUNITY INFO

Reaching out to build relationships and trust is important to us. We’re working closely with Navajo allottees to develop valuable energy resources on tribal lands. This creates jobs, royalties and new revenue that benefit the Navajo Nation.

DRILLING

Our operations in the San Juan Basin are located in four counties: San Juan, Rio Arriba, Sandoval and La Plata, Colo. Locally, we operate 945 wells and hold a joint ownership interest in another 2,300 wells. Most of these operations are…

FRACTURING

A few days is all it takes to unlock decades of energy production from an oil or natural gas well. How the process happens goes back to the days of Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Humphrey Bogart. We’re talking about…

Featured Blog Posts

New Mexico Among Top Energy States

New Mexico remains among the most prolific energy producers in the nation according to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The agency just released a report that ranks states by energy production. New Mexico ranks No. 6…

350 people attend energy expo

Support for oil development in the San Juan Basin remains strong, evidenced by the record turnout at a recent energy expo for Navajo allottees and the wider community. More than 350 people attended “Energy Day” on June 15 at the…

What if fracking went away?

Some people talk about wanting fracking to go away…forever. Their goal is to stop oil and gas development in favor of simply “keeping it in the ground.” That mindset has even crept into the San Juan Basin and other energy-rich areas…

New Mexico Among Top Energy States

New Mexico remains among the most prolific energy producers in the nation according to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The agency just released a report that ranks states by energy production. New Mexico ranks No. 6…

Learn More

350 people attend energy expo

Support for oil development in the San Juan Basin remains strong, evidenced by the record turnout at a recent energy expo for Navajo allottees and the wider community. More than 350 people attended “Energy Day” on June 15 at the…

Learn More

What if fracking went away?

Some people talk about wanting fracking to go away…forever. Their goal is to stop oil and gas development in favor of simply “keeping it in the ground.” That mindset has even crept into the San Juan Basin and other energy-rich areas…

Learn More