Warwink West field: New Delaware basin Bone Spring area

Scott L. Montgomery Petroleum Consultant Seattle Larry Brooks Pioneer Natural Resources Midland, Tex. David Scolman, Ralph Nelson EEX Corp. Houston Warwink West field represents an important new area of discovery and development in the Delaware basin of West Texas. Officially opened in November 1996, the field produces from the Third Bone Spring sandstone member of the Bone Spring formation (Leonardian). The Bone Spring formation is a regional carbonate and clastic reservoir up to 3,200 ft thick in the northern half of the basin and is approximately 3,000 ft thick at Warwink. The new field is located approximately 40 miles south-southea...

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