Areas of Operations

Running Foxes Petroleum has current operations in the following areas:

KANSAS

Forest City Basin – The area is shallow depression that has produced significant oil on a per field basis.  RFPI has three on-going projects: Slammer, Leavenworth Northeast and Runamuck Field. 

Slammer, Apple Valley, Fairmont Townsite and Lamborn fields are located in Leavenworth County, Kansas and produces oil and gas from the Lower McLouth sandstones at less than 1,400 feet (410 meters). The sandstones are high porosity and moderate permeability.  RFP owns a tap facility and 70+ miles of pipeline.  Many of the wells have produced over 200 MMCFG per location.

Leavenworth Northeast Project located in Leavenworth County, Kansas is an oil producing area where the present leases have made 35,000+ BO on primary from the McLouth sandstone.  The Company is in the early stages of putting in a waterflood.  Analysis indicates there should be a recovery of an additional 300,000 plus barrels by putting in a waterflood with additional producers as well.

For info on Runamuck Field, (see Missouri; Forest City Basin)

Cherokee Basin – is a shallow basin in southeastern Kansas that produces oil from Ordovician through Permian rocks.  The reservoirs are a variety of structural and stratigraphic traps at less than 3,000 feet (900 meters). RFPI has on-going projects in four fields: the Devon, Hepler,  Leavenworth, and Thomas Fields.  

The Devon Field is located in Bourbon County, Kansas and produces from three Bartlesville sandstones at less than 435 feet (140 meters).    The field has made over 100 MBOs.

The Hepler Field in Crawford County, Kansas and produces from the Bartlesville sandstone at 600 feet (185 meters).  The field is partially developed and RFP hopes to expand production in 2021.

The Walnut Southeast field is located in Crawford County and produces from the Bartlesville at 440 feet (130 meters). Despite being only partially developed, there is still significant development potential. RFP is open to offers to divest.

For info on The Thomas Field, (see Missouri; Cherokee Basin)

 

 

MISSOURI

Forest City Basin – The area is shallow depression that has produced significant oil on a per field basis.  RFPI has three on-going projects: Runamuck Field, Slammer and Leavenworth Northeast. 

Runamuck Field is located in Atchison Co., Missouri and produces from the Hunton and Viola carbonates at less than 3,000 (900 meters) feet.  The field has produced over 200+ MMbbls.  RFPI has shot ten miles of 2D seismic data and identified an additional six to eight locations.

For info on Slammer & Leavenworth Fields, (see Kansas

Cherokee Basin – is a shallow basin in southeastern Kansas that produces oil from Ordovician through Permian rocks.  The reservoirs are a variety of structural and stratigraphic traps at less than 3,000 feet (900 meters). RFPI has on-going projects in four fields: the Devon, Hepler,  Leavenworth, and Thomas Fields.  

The Thomas Field is located in Vernon County, Missouri and produces is waterflooding the Bartlesville sandstone at less than 210 feet (60 meters). The field has made over 170 MBOs.  There is an additional isolated Bartlesville reservoir to the south of the field along with a deeper Warner sandstone at 300 feet (95 meters) that the company is looking to develop.

For info on Devon, Hepler, & Walnut Fields, (see Kansas; Cherokee Basin)

 

 

MONTANA

Southern Montana Basin – The area is a depression that has numerous oil fields producing from the Amsden, Heath, shallow Cretaceous sands along wrench fault systems.

Cat Creek Deepening Program is located on the Moseby Dome East, section 6, T14N R31E, Garfield County and targets the Amsden.  The shallow Cretaceous zones have produced over 23 MMBOs.  The Amsden has been productive on the flank of the dome.  RFP recently has taken a farmout with acreage that lies under the present producing area of Cretaceous reservoirs.  RFP is planning drilling a test well in the summer of 2020 to 2,800 feet (840 meters).

 

UTAH

Uncompahgre Uplift, Utah – The area has significant shallow oil and gas production as well as Helium potential that is located at the junction of the Paradox, Uintah and Piceance basins.  The reservoirs are the Mancos, Dakota, Cedar Mountain, Brushy Basin, Saltwash and Entrada.

The Cisco Project area is adjacent to one of the most significant Helium producing areas twelve miles to the west at the Harley Dome from the Entrada sandstone.  RFP is in the process of initiating a re-pressurization program for three wells to increase oil production.  RFP is also permitting a 110-mile 2D seismic program as well as six new tests, two for oil and four for Helium.  Drilling is at less than 4,000 feet (1,200 meters).