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844 S Walbaum Rd, Calumet, OK 73014

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SOG Owned and Operated Oil and Gas Wells                                   
GAYLA 1-14
KIRBY 28-2
LEWIS 1-12

Superior Oil and Gas Co. has undergone a top-to-bottom reorganization as it re-enters the oil and gas exploration and development business in Oklahoma and Kansas..
These are exciting times. With the advent of horizontal drilling, north central Oklahoma and Kansas wells are flowing oil and natural gas at rates not seen in years. Geologists predict blanket production across more than 20 contiguous Oklahoma and Kansas counties at moderate depths. Superior's new team is a world class professional and experienced team with regard to this type of directional drilling.
At the heart of this development is the Mississippi Limestone / Woodford Shale / Hunton Limestone horizontal play. Superior owns and controls, or has options on, tens of thousands of acres of oil and gas leases, as well as owning nine existing well bores in this play. The price of oil and gas leases in this play has leaped from $100 an acre to more than $4,000 an acre in some locations. The prices are climbing steadily as new wells are drilled and more acreage gets proven for horizontal drilling. The largest oil and gas producers that initiated this drilling play have purchased leases that completely surround our existing well bore leases. We consider our locations for drilling horizontal wells to be among the best locations in Oklahoma and Kansas.
The Oklahoma and Kansas horizontal Mississippian play should provide a high return on investment and a rapid return of capital. With regard to risk, Superior also has access to the subsurface records of earlier drilled vertical wells into the Mississippi formation that provide the necessary "well control" as a foundation for successful horizontal drilling by ensuring that "dry hole" or geological risk is virtually nil.

Recapitalization of the company is under way. Led by a new chief executive officer, Dan Lloyd, Jr., the son Superior's founder, together with a group of well seasoned officers, directors and consultants. Superior has participated in 5 Devon Energy Operated Horizontal Mississippi Lime wells in the second half of 2013.

Our Quest is to be among the dominant companies in our area of interest. We believe our current foundation in the Mississippi play together with our expansion cpabilities make this a reality going forward.

Management Team

Daniel Lloyd Jr. - President/CEO

Mr. Lloyd was born into the oil and gas business, working with his father, the founder of Superior Oil and Gas Co., in exploration and development of wells in the Oklahoma-Texas area and land investments in the oil business throughout the world. He has been involved in this industry all his life and been an executive with Superior his whole career, over 25 years, taking the reins as CEO in 2008.  Mr. Lloyd studied Geology and Business at Arizona State University.

Douglas Newman - CFO

Mr. Newman has extensive experience in accounting outside and within the oil and gas industry including: fifteen years partner in CPA firm; ten years in management of independently traded oil and gas companies and over twenty years SEC experience as CFO of public companies.

John Helton, Chief Geologist -

Mr. Helton's long and successful career as a geologist spans over thirty years. As  past President of the Tulsa Geological Society, and current active member of the American Association of Petroleum engineers, Mr. Helton skills are known throughout the Oil and Gas industry.  Mr. Helton obtained the University of Oklahoma where he received a BS in Geology. John Helton Resume

Steve Merrill, Director of Land and Legal

Mr. Merrill is a landman attorney with more than 32 years of experience in oil and gas exploration and production. He aas a member of the management team at Andover Oil Company that drilled the first horizontal well in Oklahoma in 1985. The well was drilled in the Viola limestone formation in Jefferson County, Oklahoma. While this well was not successful for technical reasons, it led to the application of the horizontal concept to Mississippian limestones, pending advances in technology. With the success of horizontal shale wells, it became apparent that the technology had advanced sufficiently to re-consider it's application to traditional oil reservoir rocks. In 2006 Mr. Merrill teamed with John Helton to study the Mississippian shelf area for horizontal drilling opportunities. Mr. Merrill has continued to study and champion the possibilities of the horizontal Miss Resource play to current date.

Gayla McCoy - Secretary/ Treasurer

Ms. McCoy has held several corporate positions since 1995,  including president of McCoy Energy Co. of Yukon, Oklahoma, an oil and gas exploration company; and corporate secretary and treasure of a two food services companies.   Ms. McCoy has worked at Superior Oil and Gas since 1998.

Ted Allen - Chief Petroleum Engineer

Mr. Allen has 30 years of diversified experience in the oil and gas industry.  His duties have included drilling, completions, work- over's, log interpretation, property evaluation, reservoir analysis, acquisitions, quality assurance, cost effectiveness and on site supervision

Companies Ted has worked with include:

  • Trump Energy -Operation Manager - Chief Engineer
  • Famcor Oil, Inc- Petroleum engineer
  • AA Productions-Operations Manager
  • 101 Energy- Operations Manager
  • ABMS - Arabian Business Management Service (under contract to ARAMCO)
  • Saudi Arabia- Drilling and Completion consultant
  • Cactus Energy-Petroleum Engineer
  • Texas Oil and Gas Corporation-Area Engineer


James W. George (Designee)

James W. George is Of Counsel in the law firm of Crow & Dunlevy. His legal areas of practice include the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and oil and gas and energy laws. With more than 50 years of legal experience , Mr. George has successfully argued oil and gas cases before the Oklahoma Supreme Court as well as the various federal and state district courts. Mr. George has been honored with many awards throughout his legal career, including being the 2003 recipient of the Eugene Kuntz Award for outstanding contribution to oil and gas law and policy from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and the Oklahoma Bar Association. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America for natural resources law.

Some of Mr. George's professional memberships include serving as the chairman of the Administrative Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association, and president of the Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society. He has also served as master of the Luther Bohanon  American Inn of Court, and has sat on the advisory board for the Energy Law Institute of the Center of American and International Law. Mr. George currently lectures on administrative law for OU.

Thomas J. Kenan (Designee)

Mr. Kenan is a former U.S. Naval Officer, a Fulbright scholar, a two-time Ford Foundation scholar, a former legislative assistant to U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Carl Albert (1962-66) and a practitioner of securities law and corporation law for 45 years in Oklahoma City before he retired at the end of 2010.  He received a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy from the University of Oklahoma, a bachelor of law degree from the University of Oklahoma's College of Law, a master of law degree in comparative law from N.Y.U., and he studied comparative constitutional law at the University of Paris during the 1959-60 school year.  He practiced securities, bankruptcy and corporation law for 45 years in Oklahoma City until he retired January 1, 2011

Will Lott - Independent Director

From 1992 to the present, Mr. Lott has been and still is the president of Lott Properties, a real estate company, and the vice president of Coats & Co., Inc., a mortgage company, both of Greenwood, Mississippi.


#15336  Sticky Note Interesting, and in the mean time prickly pear JRT 07/28/14 07:44:28 PM
#15060  Sticky Note First I will say this. I'm a speculator. SCREAMING EAGLE 06/13/14 08:33:53 AM
#13946  Sticky Note Wouldn't it be nice if you owned stock marich 12/30/13 03:11:58 PM
#11668  Sticky Note SUPERIOR TIMES AHEAD. junkHustler 03/08/13 01:07:55 AM
#15945   Ok, I'm off by another factor of 10, maybe_this_time 11/23/14 07:49:04 PM
#15944   Looks like what we have envisioned is coming rayovac812 11/23/14 05:29:27 PM
#15943   I assume the decay rate on the wells enthalpy 11/23/14 12:45:25 PM
#15942   If they can execute their farm in agreements WildcatDriller 11/23/14 12:19:22 PM
#15941   The best part of it is Superior gets WildcatDriller 11/23/14 12:17:15 PM
#15940   Sounds sweet! If they can do this we enthalpy 11/23/14 12:16:51 PM
#15939   Yes. That is correct! WildcatDriller 11/23/14 11:12:11 AM
#15938   So you are saying there is 70 plus enthalpy 11/23/14 11:07:26 AM
#15937   Just saying that people should hold out for enthalpy 11/23/14 10:45:10 AM
#15936   I feel like I am getting a very Daytona76 11/23/14 10:31:41 AM
#15935   Hold through the end of 2016? I don't WildcatDriller 11/23/14 10:12:28 AM
#15934   If they do 70 wells we will be enthalpy 11/22/14 09:24:10 PM
#15933   I would be thrilled with half of that!! Traderfan 11/21/14 04:29:28 PM
#15932   Revised current value estimate: maybe_this_time 11/21/14 04:23:36 PM
#15931   Sounds pretty good to me! Let's get it done. Traderfan 11/21/14 02:12:54 PM
#15930   I understand the business plan. My analysis maybe_this_time 11/21/14 01:26:13 PM
#15929   Most of the wells started out at over WildcatDriller 11/20/14 08:31:55 PM
#15928   What's incorrect in my primitive analysis. maybe_this_time 11/20/14 07:20:01 PM
#15927   If SE gets a free hand to build Cap5 11/20/14 07:01:40 PM
#15926   Every well will have a different working interest. WildcatDriller 11/20/14 04:25:08 PM
#15925   Your point is well taken, if that would WildcatDriller 11/20/14 04:06:27 PM
#15924   Yeah... Guess my main point is I can't get maybe_this_time 11/20/14 03:09:22 PM
#15923   No doubt, I would be ok with a Traderfan 11/20/14 01:53:03 PM
#15922   Again just me..... fly_fisherman 11/20/14 01:07:48 PM
#15921   So what are we talking about here. maybe_this_time 11/20/14 12:56:13 PM
#15920   It will be nice to finally see some MU_Redskin1 11/20/14 12:23:30 PM
#15919   I think all the time where this could Daytona76 11/20/14 11:59:01 AM
#15918   Personally.... fly_fisherman 11/20/14 11:37:32 AM
#15917   Will also depend how the share structure look Traderfan 11/20/14 11:18:45 AM
#15916   What gets me thinking.... fly_fisherman 11/20/14 10:51:16 AM
#15915   Thanks for providing the production info. Daytona76 11/20/14 09:19:17 AM
#15914   Here is a presentation that explains typical production. WildcatDriller 11/19/14 03:39:19 PM
#15913   The wells are now on a standard Mississippi WildcatDriller 11/19/14 03:33:15 PM
#15912   Not impressed with 14 or 23. Averaged JRT 11/19/14 03:28:17 PM
#15911   12 and 13 are above average wells for WildcatDriller 11/19/14 03:20:15 PM
#15910   Anyone know and willing to share the production Daytona76 11/19/14 03:05:22 PM
#15909   There will be many folks.... fly_fisherman 11/18/14 10:07:26 AM
#15908   Send SE a private message with all of WildcatDriller 11/18/14 07:59:26 AM
#15907   Wildcat Driller, choctaw 02 11/17/14 10:55:46 PM
#15906   thank you for invite/\ mick 11/16/14 10:44:25 PM
#15904   I want to say thank you SE for enthalpy 11/10/14 09:12:26 PM
#15903   Go SUPERIOR!!! longinvest 11/10/14 11:27:41 AM
#15902   Well, that is very good news... maybe_this_time 11/09/14 11:03:20 PM
#15901   > WCD..just see the timing in alignment with thirdcoast 11/09/14 09:20:13 PM
#15900   All I know is I was told that WildcatDriller 11/09/14 09:06:27 PM
#15899   > WCD. Noticed that the SIOR sec listing thirdcoast 11/09/14 08:53:46 PM
#15898   Great news WcD...can't thank you enough for passing marich 11/09/14 05:22:40 PM
#15897   Wildcatdriller, Thanks for the great news! 350z 11/09/14 03:44:22 PM
#15896   He is making things happen now. There is WildcatDriller 11/09/14 10:19:17 AM
#15895   Word on the street is that the auditors WildcatDriller 11/09/14 10:15:41 AM