The Marcee 1 Interest. We own a 100% working interest and operating interest in the Marcee 1 Tract, which is located in the Eagle Ford Shale formation on approximately 112 acres of land in Gonzalez County, Texas (“Marcee 1 Tract”). We currently have one non-producing well and enough space to further offset wells if it is determined they will be profitable.
The Eagle Ford Shale formation in South Texas runs from the US-Mexico border north of Laredo in a narrow band extending northeast for several hundred miles to just north of Houston. It is located directly below the Austin Chalk. The average thickness of the Eagle Ford Shale is about 475 feet. The formation produces both natural gas and oil, but we believe the oil-producing and gas condensate areas are most attractive at this time.
The Lozano Interest. We own a 100% working interest and operating interest in the Hector Lozano Tract, which is located on approximately 110 acres, located in Frio County, Texas (“Lozano Tract”). The Lozano Tract is a producing asset with three wells with proven reserves. The production from the Lozano wells is mature and we believe the wells are likely to continue to produce with slow decline for the foreseeable future. All three wells produced an average of 3.5 barrels of oil per day during 2013. Historically these wells have produced a total of 5-12 barrels of oil per day.
The Lozano Tractlies in the Western Gulf province, an area that covers 116,599 sq. mi., allowing extensive data on several hundred thousand oil and gas wells. So far, 2,518 significant oil and gas fields comprising 3,883 reservoirs have been discovered in the region.
For the past 20 years, the oil industry has had huge success in the county due to oil-extraction technology that permits horizontal drilling extending the primary producing formations such as the Olmos B and Olmos D sands, which range in depth from 3,100 feet to 3,600 feet. The Austin Chalk, Navarro and Anacacho formations are also abundant in the area.
Nearby the Lozano Tract, the untapped reserves in the region have been demonstrated by the Kinder Morgan-operated Yates Oil Field, which has yielded over 1.4 billion barrels and is expected to produce a further 1 billion barrels. Also nearby are the plays of the Bigfoot (6miles) and Pearsall fields.
The Western Gulf Province is divided into 48 hydrocarbon plays; 3 plays in the Jurassic, 15 in Cretaceous and 30 plays in Tertiary rocks. All but 3 plays are conventional. The Austin Mid-Dip Oil play was removed from the conventional list and divided into 3 plays (4747, 4748 and 4749) and the oil was assessed as an unconventional resource.
The Welder Interest. We own a 59.61% working interest in the Welder Tract, which is located on approximately 550 acres, located in Duval County, Texas. The Welder Tract has 43 wells. The Welder Tract wells are currently producing an average of 8 barrels per day. We sold part of the Welder Tract in February 2014, after the period covered by this report.
The Walker Smith Interests. We own a 10.43% working interest in the Walker Smith and Walker Smith #21D tracts and a 40.39% working interest in the Walker Smith #22D Tract (hereinafter all three tracts will be referred to as “Walker Smith Interests”) , which are located on approximately 275 acres, located in Wilbarger County, Texas. The Walker Smith wells did not produce economically significant quantities during 2013.
The Merrick Davis Interests. We own a 62.22% working interest in the Merrick Davis #16 and Merrick Davis #17 tracts and a 19.72% working interest in the Merrick Davis tract (hereinafter all three tracts will be referred to as “Merrick Davis Interests”), which are located on approximately 320 acres, located in Shackelford County, Texas. The Merrick Davis Interests has six wells producing an average of 0.6 barrels per day.
The Crouch Interest. We own a 7.00% working interest in the Crouch tract, which is located on approximately 325 acres, located in Erath County, Texas. It has 1 well. The well is not currently producing.
The Lane Heady Interest. We own a 26.52% working interest in the Lane Heady tract, which is located on approximately 557 acres, located in Erath County, Texas. It has 1 non-producing well.
The Bailey, Rogers and Fohn Interests. We own a 65.00% working interest in the Baily, Rogers and Fahn tracts (the “BRF Interests”), which are located on approximately 1000 acres, located in Medina County, Texas. The wells are currently producing an average of 2.3 barrels per day.
The Gabriel and Rosser Interests. On January 28, 2011, we acquired certain oil and gas interests located in Bastrop County, Texas, (“Gabriel Interests”) from Gabriel Rosser, LP (“Gabriel”). The Gabriel Interests include Gabriel’s undivided 50.83% working interest and 39.14% revenue interest in the Gabriel 3, 4, 5, 9, 15, Rosser #2 and #4 and Koi #1 wells. At the time of our acquisition of the Gabriel Interests, all wells were not producing. The Gabriel Interests comprise over 400 acres, with approximately 10 wells that were shut in. As of the date of this report, the Company has performed workover procedures on certain wells in the Gabriel Interests; however, the workover was not successful and there is only marginal production.
The McKenzie State Well Interests. On November 30, 2011, we acquired one hundred percent (100%) of the working interest in the McKenzie State Well No. 1, located in Pecos County, Texas from McKenzie Oil Corp. (“McKenzie”) in exchange for an aggregate cash sum of $550,000 and 50,000 shares of our common stock. The Company has performed workover procedures on certain wells in the McKenzie and production has commenced on one well, which is currently producing an average total of 3.4 barrels per day. In addition to the production from this current zone, several additional horizons (which are productive in the area) have been identified in the McKenzie well, which could be tested and potentially produced in the future.
The McKinney Interests. We own a 7.04% working interest in the McKinney #3B, #5B, #6B and #11B tracts and a 5.40% working interest in the McKinney #4B tract (hereinafter all tracts will be referred to as the “McKinney Interests”). Each tract has one wellbore and our working interest is for the wellbores on each tract. The wellbores are located in Navarro County, Texas. These wells are currently producing an average total of 0.25 barrels per day.
The RP Wilson Interest. We own a 33.33% working interest in the RP Wilson Tract, which is located on approximately 220 acres, located in Erath County, Texas. It does not currently have any producing wells.
Michael Carey (Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer): 6,350,000 Shares
Ryan Hudson (Chief Operating Officer): 6,450,000 Shares
Mighty Falcon Ltd. (5% Shareholder): 6,950,000 Shares
Outstanding Shares: 117,480,955 as of June 30, 2014
Authorized Shares: 750,000,000 as of June 03, 2014
As of Janurary 1, 2013 we estimate the UAPC net proved reserves to about 68,270 barrels of oil (68.27 MBO) and 29,360 thousand cubic feet of gas (29.36 MMCF). Projected future cash flows show a discounted net present value (NPV10%) of $1,344,510.
March 5, 2014
UAPC Files SEC Form 8-K, Completion of Acquisition or Disposition of Assets
August 21, 2013
United American Petroleum Corp. Announces Significant Improvements from Second Quarter Workovers
March 8, 2013
United American Petroleum Secures Funding and Provides Operational Update
October 31, 2012
UPDATE: United American Petroleum Corp. Announces Appointment of Albert Hough and John Whitehead to Its Advisory Board