The United States is regarded as a pioneer for the extraction and production of petroleum products. Since the discovery of oil in the beginning of the 19th century, many companies have been involved in the discovery and extracting of oil. Texas Allied Petroleum has been in the business of producing oil and natural gas privately since 2005. Since then, the company has specialized in crude oil extraction in various regions of the United States, including Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Wyoming and wells along the Gulf Coast.
The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas and has set heights in the provision of high quality petroleum products and services, thereby becoming one of the major competitors in the natural gas and oil industry. Its operations include acquiring and restoring existing wells and discovering new formations.
Initially, the company specialized in the collection and production of natural gas. This later changed during the recession. The company began focusing on the production and extraction of oil. When the economy stabilized, the company started producing both natural gas and oil wells. This brought a period of constant revenue flow for the company, increasing its standing in the oil industry.
In the year 2011, the company reworked some of its midcontinent oil wells such as Herrick, Cooper Cove and Laramie in Wyoming. The company’s production of oil increased thereafter because all the three wells have a production of 100 barrels per day. The company has also approved the use of a surface discharge system, which will enhance production of the petroleum products and minimize operational costs.
Texas Allied Petroleum uses 3D seismic technology to discover promising oil and natural gas formations. The company has successfully been able to use this technology in drilling new wells in the southern region of Texas, and has utilized forced pooling methods for their in oil and gas projects.