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Abstract

The LaBarge area of the Wyoming Range is located along the western edge of the Green River Basin in westcentral<br>Wyoming. ExxonMobil’s predominantly gas and minor oil production from the LaBarge area began in<br>1953 from the Cretaceous Frontier Formation with additional production from the Mississippian Madison<br>Formation in the mid 1980’s. Methane gas production from these main producing intervals currently exceeds 200<br>Mcf/d from ExxonMobil leases. In 2004 ExxonMobil undertook a 4 year effort focused on improving seismic<br>imaging over the extensive LaBarge structure with the primary objective to improve understanding of the complex<br>structural framework and fault geometries that control productivity trends and to identify new opportunities on the<br>existing leases.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-20
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