Our Wilmington Townlot Unit (WTU) is located in the Wilmington Field within the Los Angeles Basin of California. The Wilmington Field has produced over 2.5 billion barrels of oil since its discovery in the 1930s. The North Wilmington Unit (NWU) is located adjacent to our existing Wilmington Townlot Unit. READ MORE »
The Washakie Basin is located in the southeast portion of the Greater Green River Basin in southwestern Wyoming and represents our largest acreage position. As of December 31, 2012, we owned 113,278 gross (87,746 net) acres prospective for CBM development in this area, of which 74,574 net acres are undeveloped.
Warren owns deep rights below its Atlantic Rim project which includes an approximate 72,000 net acre position that is potentially prospective for the Niobrara Shale. The acreage is located in the eastern Washakie Basin in Wyoming. READ MORE »
The primary component of commercial natural gas is methane. Methane can also be found in coal deposits, as it is created by the same biological and geological forces that transform organic material into coal. Methane is stored in coal seams in four different ways: