projects

  • non-producing northwest texas leasehold

    Pilgrim has non producing properties in Archer, Wichita and Wilbarger Counties, Northwest Texas, most of which had been shut-in.

    Currently, Pilgrim Petroleum is concentrating its efforts in acquiring more prospects around the area and providing Industry services to small and medium E&P companies.

    Oil Resources Estimation

    Our (early-stage) estimations to calculate the Potential Oil Reserves underlining our properties in the Bend Arch-Fort Worth Basin Province are based on volumetric calculations. It is worth mentioning that the thickness chosen is required to accurately count net effective reservoir quality (e.g. shale or sand) and it is also used to construct net pay isochore maps for volumetric reserve calculations.

    Please refer to: Geologic Documentation by SCA to expand on thickness determination for volumetric calculations and the Bend Arch-Fort Worth Basin Province (045) study by the USGS to obtain further explanation on the characteristics of the Bend Arch-Fort Worth Basin Province and the thickness of oil pay in this area.

  • non- producing electra project

    The Electra Rework Prospect is located in Wichita and Willbarger Counties, Texas on the northern plunge of the Bend Arch within the Bend-Arch-Fort Worth Basin geological province of North Texas. Pay zones in the target area range from as shallow as approximately +/-350 feet in total depth to +/-1850 ft or more in total depth.

    Pilgrim’s operational plan calls for the rework and drilling several prospect properties starting with the shallowest formations located at 300 and 600 feet in total depth in order to increase daily production totals.  In addition, secondary and tertiary recovery methods would include the injection of heated and pressurized Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen gases as well as chemically treated saltwater in order to increase fluid production rates.

    Reworking and Drilling of the wells will utilize bid and budgeted rework assessments as well as 3rd party geophysical analysis and interpretation.  Pilgrim Petroleum will employ the services of professional petroleum consultants, engineers and geologists as required in connection with the Prospect, and all such services will be performed by professionals with which Pilgrim Petroleum has had favorable experience.

  • non-producing city national bank project

    The City National Bank Discovery Well Prospect is located in Archer County, Texas on the northern plunge of the Bend Arch within the Bend-Arch-Fort Worth Basin geological province of North Texas. The Bend Arch is a prominent structural ridge that marks the western boundary of the Fort Worth Basin.

    Pilgrim’s operational plan calls for the drilling of an exploratory well on the Prospect property to approximately 5000 feet in total depth in order to potentially access 2 geologic formations, specifically the Caddo and Ellenberger formations.  In addition, Secondary recovery methods could include the injection of heated and pressurized Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen gases in order to increase fluid gravity and pressure.

    Drilling location of the discovery well will be determined utilizing bid and budgeted geology assessments as well as 3rd party 3D seismic with interpretation.  Pilgrim Petroleum is not an operator and will employ the operator services, engineers and geologists as required.

Press Releases

Addison, April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire / Pilgrim Petroleum Corporation Announces Plans to file Disclosures on OTC Markets
Addison, May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire /Pilgrim Petroleum Corporation Issue Letter to Shareholders