Granite Wash

Granite Wash
Granite Wash Overview: According to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the Granite Wash (GW) is a liquids-rich tight sands play about 160 miles long and 30 miles wide, covering parts of Western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. Read More

Granite Wash Counties: OK: Beckham, Custer, Roger Mills, Washita Read More

Granite Wash Pipelines (natural gas): ANR, CenterPoint Energy, El Paso, Enogex, NGPL, Northern Natural, OGT, Oneok Westex Transmission, Panhandle Eastern, Southern Star, Transwestern Read More

Granite Wash Net Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Granite Wash. View Table


Oil/Gas Rout Makes Its Mark on Texas Economy

Texas oil and natural gas industry employment fell 19.4% last year amid a nearly 66% decline in the price of oil and a 75% reduction in the number of active drilling rigs, according to economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Within the state, though, regions vary in their economic performance. Read More

U.S. Rigs Rise Two; Midland Basin, Utica Lead Productivity Gains, Analysts Say

The latest rig tally changes in U.S. unconventional plays were fairly modest across the board compared to some previous iterations of the Baker Hughes Inc. rig count. Notably, declines in the Eagle Ford Shale and the Permian Basin appear to have moderated as high grading and efficiency advances take hold there and across the shales. Read More


Granite Wash Gallery

A gallery of all of the images related to the Granite Wash.