Loading price data...
OilMonster

Meadows Oil & Gas Corp
609 S. Kelly Ave, Suite G3 , Edmond, Oklahoma, United States

Memberships : NA
Industry : Oil & Gas
Basic Member
Since Aug, 2018
About Company

We have been providing a variety of services to oil and gas producers for several years.  Meadows Oil and Gas Corporation maintains offices in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Bakersfield, California, and is more than capable of carrying out projects located anywhere within the United States and even foreign markets.  The energy industry is volatile and often unpredictable, to accommodate this we have adapted new technology and internal processes to increase our efficiency while maintaining strict quality control standards of the services we provide.  Our skilled staff consists of approximately 50+ dedicated personnel and numerous field representatives in various regions domestically.

Oil History

It is strange that, nearly seventy years ago, Oklahoma entered the race with Pennsylvania, for becoming a great oil producing region, though it was by accident that Oklahoma, had a well which produced petroleum, before the Civil War. In 1859, the world’s first deep well was drilled and brought in, at Titusville, Penn., with a production of  twenty-five barrels a day, during the first year. About the same time, Lewis Ross, a brother of Chief John Ross of the Cherokees, was manufacturing salt at the Grand Saline, on the Grand River, in what is now Mayes County, Oklahoma. Wishing to increase his output of salt, Ross sank a deep water well, and struck a vein of oil, which flowed, by estimate, about ten barrels a day for a year, until the pressure of the gas became exhausted and failed to support the volume of oil.

Other evidences of petroleum in Oklahoma were the outcroppings of fine green oil on numerous water springs and streams. Some years before Lewis Ross discovered his oil well in the Cherokee Nation, the agent for the Chickasaws made out a report at the Chickasaw agency, dated August 29, 1853, which said:

"The oil springs in this nation are attracting considerable attention, as they are said to be a remedy for all chronic diseases. Rheumatism stands no chance at all, and the worst cases of dropsy yield to its effects. The fact is, that it cures anything that has been tried. A great many Texans visit these springs, and some from Arkansas. They are situated at the foot of the Wichita Mountains on Washita River. There is one or two of great medical properties."   In the years immediately following, prospecting for oil and gas in Kansas resulted in supplying the city of Panola, Kansas, with gas in 1882. Interest in the enterprise again extended into Oklahoma, when Dr. H. W. Faucett, of New York, came down into the Cherokee and Choctaw nations, and attempted to stimulate development in this country. Dr. Faucett had been identified with the oil industry since its beginning in Pennsylvania, and was thoroughly conversant with the business in every way.   It was hard to get drilling supplies to the Indian Territory in those days. Most of the supplies were sent from St. Louis, by way of the "Katy" railroad, to Atoka; from there they were hauled by ox wagons twelve miles to the well. From the very beginning of Doctor Faucett’s work in the Choctaw Nation, the enthusiastic support of Dr. E. N. Wright, president of the Choctaw company, encouraged him in his attempt to develop petroleum in this country.  On several occasions, funds were low and Doctor Wright supplied the necessary money, out of his own pocket, to feed the men and kept the work going at the well on Boggy. Drilling was continued to the depth of over 1,400 feet, and a showing of oil and gas was found.  In the first half of 1888, Doctor Faucett took sick at the well; it was necessary for him to return to his home, in Neosho, Missouri, where he soon afterward died. This closed the work of the Choctaw Oil and Refining Company. 

  • Leasehold Acquisitions
  • Wind Leasing
  • Right-of-Ways
  • Mapping
  • Digital Imagery
  • Mineral Ownerships
  • Leasehold Ownerships
  • Title Opinions
  • Title Curative
  • Seismic Mapping
Company NameMeadows Oil & Gas Corp
Business CategoryOil & Gas
Address609 S. Kelly Ave
Suite G3
Edmond
Oklahoma
United States
ZIP: 73003
PresidentZach Meadows
Year EstablishedNA
Employees50
MembershipsNA
Hours of OperationNA
Company Services
  • Oil Production
  • Gas Production
  • Oil Exploration
  • Gas Exploration
Phone NumberLocked contentSubscribe to view
Fax NumberLocked content
EmailLocked content
WebsiteLocked content
NamePositionContact DetailsSubscribe to view
***PresidentLocked content
Not available
Not available
Company Review
Start your review of Meadows Oil & Gas Corp
Oil & Gas Companies
Companies in United States
Contact Company
By continuing you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy of this website
location map