With a rich area of mineral deposits, the panhandle area of Oklahoma and Texas makes for a great drilling area for natural gas and crude oil. There are formations at approximately 11,000-15,000 feet in the Granite Wash play. The wells in this play have up to 15 frac stages. This play produces about 27 million cubic feet of natural gas and nearly 3,200 barrels per day of oil. This is also a newer play, meaning that production is expected to increase over time.