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June 7, 2018
H-M Resource Management, Inc. ("HMRM") was unsuccessful in its attempt to return to production the Sampson Heirs #10 well, located in the Brookshire Field, Waller County Texas. The well, drilled in 2000, has been plugged. Since initial production in 1999 the Sampson Heirs lease has produced almost 740,000 barrels of oil.
January 4, 2017
H-M Resource Management, Inc. ("HMRM") was unsuccessful in its attempt to return to production the Anderson #8 located in Wharton County Texas. The well, drilled in 2005, has been plugged.
June 29, 2016
H-M Oil Company (“HMO”) has completed the purchase of various working interests from existing partners in leases located in Waller and Wharton Counties, Texas. These purchases increased HMO’s working interest in the leases to various totals ranging from 75% to 87.5% HMO previously had interests in all the leases and all the leases are operated by H-M Resource Management, Inc.
July 19, 2016
H-M Resource Management, Inc. ("HMRM") was unsuccessful in its attempt to return to production the Anderson Northing Unit located in Wharton County Texas. The well, drilled in 2007, will be plugged in the near future.
October 21, 2015
For the eleventh consecutive year, H-M Oil Company hosted a group of graduate students from the Nicholas School of the Environment (Duke University) at the Garrett-Cole Lease (Brookshire Dome) in Waller County, Texas. The Division of Ocean and Earth Sciences of the Nicholas School sponsors an annual field trip to the Houston area where the students tour several energy museums and exhibits, go to refining facilities and R&D centers, and hear a series of lectures ranging from energy geo-politics to unconventional oil sands. The trip out to the Brookshire field is designed to show the graduate students the “other side” of the oil business, focusing on the contrast between a small, independent oil producer and the fully integrated major oil companies. Seeing the “old school” production facilities and hearing from oilmen who measure their use of modern oilfield technology on a strict cost-reward analysis offer a tremendous visual contrast to the hi-tech facilities the students are exposed to in the rest of their field trip. Additionally, the students engage in discussions with H-M’s principals about the independent oilman’s state-of-mind and point-of-view on a broad range of topics, e.g., government regulation, environmental issues, product pricing, etc.
November 5, 2014
H-M Oil Company completed the sale of its entire working interest in the Kothmann and Wilkinson leases to Walsh and Watts, Inc.. Both leases are located in Menard County Texas and are in the Ferris field. The effective date of the sale was November 1, 2014.
October 11, 2014
H-M Oil Company hosted 22 graduate students and 2 faculty members of the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University for a tour of a typical Texas pumping oilfield at H-M’s Garrett-Cole Lease located on the Brookshire Salt Dome. It is the ninth year that the Duke students have toured the lease as part of their graduate studies. Randy Little provided his insights as to the role and place of the independent oilman in the energy industry and discussed the economics and philosophies of a small, family-run independent in today’s challenging environment.
November 28, 2012
H-M Oil Company has plugged and abandoned the #1 WCSL well as a non-commercial oil producer. The well, located in Tom Green County, Texas, was drilled to a total depth of 5,500’. Oil shows were encountered but testing of the well did not result in commercial volumes of oil.
April 30, 2012
It is with deep sadness that H-M Oil Company (“HMO”) announces the death of its founder and president Jack W. Little. “Big Jack” suffered from congestive heart failure and died on April 21st. Randy Little will assume his responsibilities as president of the HMO.
May 24, 2011
H-M Oil Company (“HMO”) has obtained an Oil, Gas and Mineral lease on a portion of the Washington County School Lands located in Tom Green County, Texas. HMO is preparing a surface location for its #1 WCSL well which will be drilled to a total depth of 5,050’. The primary objective of the well is the Harkey oil sand. The well will be located 5 miles south of San Angelo Texas. HMO is currently waiting on a drilling rig and anticipates operations will start in July.
September 7, 2010
H-M Resource Management, Inc. ("HMRM") has successfully returned to production, the Sand Ridge Baptist Church gas well 1 mile northwest of the town of Egypt in Wharton County, Texas. The well produces oil from the Miocene sand at a depth of 2,800’ and is in the Egypt (2800) Field. This well was drilled in 1986 and has produced from the Yegua and Frio sands.
March 29, 2010
H-M Resource Management, Inc. ("HMRM") has successfully returned to production, the #1 oil well on the Wilkinson Lease. The well, drilled in 1967, had developed a hole in the production casing. It is located 7 miles northwest of the town of Menard in Menard County, Texas. The well produces oil from the King sand at a depth of 1,615’ and is in the Ferris (King 1650) Field. This field was discovered in 1967 by the company’s #1 G.W. Kothmann well and the field has produced nearly 1,700,000 barrels of oil.