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Pearsall Shale

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Operators have completed approximately 50 wells in the Pearsall Shale in the Maverick Basin of south Texas. The most active company in the play has been the former TXCO Resources, although EnCana and Anadarko Petroleum have also acquired large land positions in the basin.[1] The gas wells had all been vertical until 2008, when TXCO drilled and completed a number of horizontal wells.[2]

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  1. Alan Petzet (2007-08-13). "More operators eye Maverick shale gas, tar sand potential". Oil & Gas Journal 107: 38–40. PennWell Corporation. Retrieved on 2009-07-07. 
  2. "Maverick fracs unlock gas in Pearsall Shale" (2007-08-25). Oil & Gas Journal 107: 32–34. PennWell Corporation. Retrieved on 2009-07-07. 

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