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As a leader in Oil & Gas Drilling and Exploration in the Appalachian Basin, Drilco Oil & Gas has extensive knowledge and expertise in the local area. We evaluate and know the areas we drill in beforehand. Using state of the art technologies and isopach maps our small team of professionals can provide each drilling program with measurable results.

As technologies increase we will offer greater success with new forms of horizontal drilling and multi staged fracking. Our proved production strategy offers low risk legacy production sites. Our system of geological surveys insures that investor dollars are spent wisely on potential high level deposits and formations.

Drilco Oil and Gas is a company whose founder, Hugh Dale, comes from three generations of Oil and Gas pioneers in the Appalachian area. His dedication, professionalism and experience has earned him a stellar reputation within the Oil and Gas marketplace.

Our Services Include but are not limited too:

Drilco Oil & Gas

Leaders in Oil and Gas Exploration
and Drilling

• Negotiate Oil and Gas Leases

• Provides Landsman services to insure the lease and mineral rights ownership by Certified Petroleum Landsmen

• Provide Surveys and Mineral Plats

• Obtain required permits from the proper State and Federal agencies

• Obtain rights-of-way for roads and pipelines if necessary

• Grade and prepare the well locations and furnish a suitable roadway

• Furnish Drilling Rig and completion crews

• Run electrical or geophysical logs to evaluate the wells

• Furnish a service rig to complete the well and setup Frac tanks, crews and water

• Complete the wells by fracturing, acidizing, or shooting; the decision on the best method of completing to be made by Operator

• Reclaim the location according to State specifications; Drilco has received numerous reclamation awards.

Drilco has many year round firm capacity contracts on all major pipeline systems and crude oil markets