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Potential remains for hydrocarbon production growth in Arizona

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The state of Arizona has produced a total 21 million barrels of oil and 31 million cu ft of natural gas. The state has also produced 10 billion cu ft of gas with 8% helium – a high percentage that allows for targeted helium production in Arizona. Currently the state has 24 active oil wells, nine active gas wells and 14 hydrocarbon-storage wells. However, there is potential for more production in areas such as the Paradox, Black Mesa and Holbrook basins, where there is ongoing drilling activity for helium, CO2 and associated oil and gas resources, according to Frank Thorwald, Chairman and Commissioner of the Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission. Watch DC’s video from the 2016 IADC Annual General Meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz., from 3 November for more information.

Frank Thorwald, Chairman and Commissioner of the Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, spoke about the potential for future oil and gas activities in the state of Arizona at the 2016 IADC Annual General Meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz., on 3 November. Several individuals who represented various segments of the Arizona oil and gas industry joined Mr Thorwald at the conference. From left are Joe Dixon, Arizona State Land Department; Jeremy Jordan, IACX Energy; Dennis Turner, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality; Michael Conway, Arizona Geological Survey; Carmon Bonanno, Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission; Mr Thorwald, Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission; Brian Lewis, Brian Lewis Legal and Tony Hines, IACX Energy.

Frank Thorwald, Chairman and Commissioner of the Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, spoke about the potential for future oil and gas activities in the state of Arizona at the 2016 IADC Annual General Meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz., on 3 November. Several individuals who represented various segments of the Arizona oil and gas industry joined Mr Thorwald at the conference. From left are Joe Dixon, Arizona State Land Department; Jeremy Jordan, IACX Energy; Dennis Turner, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality; Michael Conway, Arizona Geological Survey; Carmon Bonanno, Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission; Mr Thorwald, Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission; Brian Lewis, Brian Lewis Legal and Tony Hines, IACX Energy.

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