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Upstream Strategies & Profitability Focus
Although business conditions and opportunities change from year to year, NNOGC employs a set of long-term fundamental strategies in its reservation wide exploration, development, production, and gas marketing businesses. Success is determined by how well these strategies are implemented and how effectively we utilize our leadership position in key technologies on what we believe is the best upstream asset portfolio in the industry.
NNOGC is focused on maximizing the profitability of the business. Aggressive work program implementation, effective asset management, and continuous cost management are key drivers behind the company’s strong returns on capital employed.
The Tohonadla field is approximately located 20 miles south of Bluff Utah. The field is comprised of 9 producing wells unitized as the Tohonadla Lease. The lease produces an average of 125 barrels of oil per day.
NNOGC’s Exploration and Production is currently focusing on optimizing production and minimizing cost. They are currently continuing development of the field, including injector wells for possible enhanced recovery. This includes performing a NGL recovery study while assessing Tohonadla’s water flood potential. Furthermore, E&P will analyze and reprocess 3D seismic date to assess the potential for development.
Desert Creek is located just south of Ratherford Unit within the Greater Aneth Field. Desert Creek has 1 producing well that produces 10 barrels of oil per day. The potential exist for both oil and CO2 reserve. NNOGC’s Exploration and Production is currently focusing on optimizing production and minimizing cost.
RIM consist of 16 wells that border the Greater Aneth Field. These wells were purchased in 2012 and produces an average of 83 barrels of oil per day. NNOGC’s Exploration and Production is currently focusing on optimizing production and minimizing cost.
Greater Aneth Area
Greater Aneth is located in the southern Rocky Mountains in south-eastern Utah near the Colorado and New Mexico borders in an area known as the Four Corners Region. The Greater Aneth Oil Field is the largest producing oil field in the State of Utah, with current production of approximately 10,000 bbls of oil per day, and is the 86th largest oil field in the United States by proven reserves as ranked by the US Energy Information Administration. The field was discovered in 1956 and is the largest oil field in the Paradox Basin.