Jet Oil Producers, Inc. is a family owned oil and gas operating company that specializes in the drilling of shallow oil and gas sands above 7,500ft. Jet currently operates 15 wells in 3 different Texas counties, owns several Salt Water Disposal wells, it’s own vacuum truck and a network of gas transportation lines. The bulk of Jet Oil’s operations are in San Jacinto County, TX where it has held Federal Land Leases in the Sam Houston National Forest for almost 50 years and looks forward to another successful 50 years to come.
Jet Oil Producers, Inc. overall goal is to deliver a sustainable rate of return through its long term drilling investments by maximizing each well to its full potential before abandoning them.
Jet Oil Producers, Inc. uses and has an outstanding relationship with well established drilling and service companies such as: Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker-Hughes, Plains Marketing and Big “6” Drilling Company.
Jet Oil has a 60 year history operating in the Cedar Bayou, North Oil Field. It lies ½ mile North of the abandoned Cedar Bayou Field. The most current lease sits right on the Harris & Chambers County line off Cedar Bayou. Jet Oil plans on drilling the Savell #1 prospect well January 2015. Most of the past production from this field was the Frio Formations (Marginulina, Frio, Crawford)
Jet Oil operates the D.C. McMannus well that is currently classified as shut in status. It is in the Austin Pierce Field and was drilled deep to produce from the Austin Chlak formations.
San Jacinto County is where the main operations are for Jet Oil Producers. It operates 11 wells on 5 different leases, all being within the Sam Houston National Forest. Most of Jet’s wells in this area produce from the Yegua B & C Oil Sands. Jet also has a network of pipelines running from the West of Coldspring to Hwy 59 which enables the transport of its natural gas to market.
Jet Oil has operated the Scharr #1 & #2 well since the early 1950’s. The Scharr #1 well is a shallow oil well producing out of the Vicksburg Sand while the Scharr #2 was converted into a Salt Water Disposal well to take the water from the Scharr #1.
LOCATION: 5 MILES NE DIRECTION FROM BAYTOWN
SURVEY: SMITH, C / ABSTRACT 22
FIELD NAME: CEDAR BAYOU, NORTH
LEASE NAME: SAVALL
WELL NAME: SAVALL #1
LOCATION: SAN JACINTO COUNTY AREA.
TARGET DEPTH: UPPER WILCOX
FIELD NAME: TBD
LEASE NAME: TBD
WELL NAME: TBD
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SURVEY: COMING SOON!
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JET Oil Producers, Inc., established on January 15, 1965 with the Secretary of State as a For-Profit Corporation. The main office is located in the heart of a small town, Coldspring, Texas, is a family owned operating company in crude petroleum and natural gas reaching its 50-year production mark.
JET Oil Producers, Inc., significantly began its production operations in Houston, Texas by Theadore Raymond Stalder- a Petroleum Engineer, Joe Razor- a Geologist, and Ed Schiller- a C.P.A. In the 1950s, being a major factor of the top world producers of the United States in both natural gas and crude oil was a high vision amongst these 3 gentlemen. However, success in achieving an increase of production levels of this magnitude was through exploration of gains and loses throughout the years from a diversity of prospects.
Primarily, the office was located in prime real estate area of Westheimer in Houston and moved to Coldspring, Texas in the late 1980’s due to it’s high volume of oil production in the Sam Houston National Forest where it still currently holds Federal Land Leases from production. JET was and still is able to transport its own gas to market through roughly 15 miles of pipelines running from the West of Coldspring to HWY 59.
The most important achievement for JET Oil Producers, Inc. has been known for its reliable reputation of true loyalty amongst its long-term investors and valuable integrity of outstanding working relationships.
With respect to many, JET Oil Producers, Inc. has faced the unexpected “Oil booms” and busts of the last 50 years and emerged through the dust when the markets recovered.
Proudly, JET Oil Producers, Inc. is celebrating 50 successful years of operating and God willing, 50 more to come.
Philip is the son of Ted R. Stalder; founder of JET Oil Producers, Inc. Philip began his career in 1955 at the age of 14 for JET Oil. He summer job responsibilities were to mow lots around the wells, paint necessary rig equipment, clean and maintain tanks, and other duties of hard work and manual labor...
Chris began shadowing his father and grandfather at a young age yet took a detour and signed up for the military right out of high school. In 2007 he went to work for Rowan Drilling Company on land rigs in the East Texas Oilfield. In 2008 he started working full time for Jet Oil with...
Oliver began as a roughneck learning the basics of the oilfield business for Jet Oil Producers. In 1994, he went to Sam Houston State University and received a Bachelors Degree in Math. His present duty is Supervising all Field Operations, drilling, completions, recompletions, production and plugging. It’s been...
Jeff has been with Jet Oil Producers for 4 years. He is a graduate of Texas State Technical College in 1998. Harper began his professional career in Austin and later moved back to east Texas in 2003 after his daughter, Grace, was born. Jeff spent the next 5 years working with forestry consultants...
Gina is a proud graduate of the University of Houston with a degree in Marketing. Gina is taking her expertise from previous employers in providing JET Oil Producers, Inc. a Marketing Plan and ensuring appropriate structures, systems, competencies and values are developed to exceed field force...
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