$1.00 Adcock Farms Well - Dawson County

Published date: August 12, 2019
  • Location: Lamesa, TX, Dawson County, Texas USA

This well was originally productive in the Fusselman, produced numerous years from the Mississippian. It was tested with multiple zones in the Spraberry. While there is production in the Spraberry in all directions, the test was inconclusive. The well was shut-in in 2013. There is potential in the Spraberry and possibly the San Andres with the Welch Field being nearby.

The lease is expired but landowners seem amenable to leasing.

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