Making The Inconceivable A RealityReeves Technology CorporationColorado/Kansas BorderMorrow ChannelClick Picture to EnlargeXENOR-Maximizing Potential-Maximizing Efficiency-Minimizing Risk Using Our Xenor RC-7 Units, we capture live hydrocarbon seeps and map them with the objective being to locate commercial oil and gas wells.Why we do what we do:In 1986 we got in the oil exploration business and drilled three of the deepest wells ever drilled in Eastland and Stephens County, Texas. To help pinpoint the drill sites, on each well, we used every exploration tool available to ensure success in an already extremely HIGH risk business. First we applied Good Subsurface Geology to determine if hydrocarbons could have accumulated on the acreage block. Then we had a Talbert Electrotelluric Survey, Garton Soil Geochem and Fracture Evaluation, A.O. Smith Soil Sampling, Johnson Radiometric and Dowsing Rod Evaluation, Feemster Isopacking and Radiometrics, Radar Survey, TCU’s Dr. Morgan’s Satellite Survey, Dr. Minshew’s Satellite Survey, Randell’s Land Sat 4 Evaluation, Herzfeld Magnetic Survey, Seismic and a Plum Bob.After all that, we found three of the deepest DRY holes in Eastland and Stephens County, Texas. The Helen Bradford #1, Black Gold #3, and Airport #1After licking our wounds, we found that the Electromagnetic Technology had the only consistent data for all three locations. We then developed an Electromagnetic Recording Unit from adjusting and testing our data on thousands of wells. On October 29, 1989 we turned our product into a service company.What we can do for you:In 25 years of mapping RADs, they have been present at specific values above oil and gas accumulation, that we have witnessed in 23 states and two provinces in Canada.If you are exploring for oil in channels like the Morrow, Tannehill, Paluxy, as well as others, the RADs will have a defined river channel look.If you are involved in a resource play or looking for an area that could be a resource play then a map of the RADs that are present will display the sweet spots for planning your verticals.If you are planning to offset a producing well or a show well RADs will be present at specific values allowing you to assess the risk. A definite rule of thumb is, never stake a well with NO RADs PRESENT (whitespace).When High Value RADs have been drilled they have proven to be above accumulations of oil or gas at some depth.Mapping the RADs on a prospective area is Just Good Business.