JHP professionals are dedicated to finding and exploiting new ways to enhance value. JHP organizes industry alliances to design, develop and to streamline solutions that create “win-win” results for all parties involved. As mergers and acquisitions multiply, JHP fosters the exchange of ideas on how to make these combinations work.

JHP takes its alliances seriously and invests a significant amount of time and energy in identifying potential alliance partners. This investment consists of an eight-step course of action, which must be accomplished before any alliance can come to fruition. First, objectives and strategies are defined. Second, partners are screened and identified. Third, JHP assesses tradable items and leverage. Then, opportunities are defined, the impact on the partnership is assessed, bargaining power is evaluated and alliance integration is planned. Once these steps have been completed, only then does JHP move on implementing an alliance.

JHP’s work with many of the industry’s largest independent oil companies gives the JHP client unmatched resources, knowledge capital and an industry perspective. JHP business and financial models capitalize on collaborations with industry leaders and benefits from shared services, applied technology and innovative practices. The models are paying off, growing revenues annually.

JHP is interested in examining potential alliances with companies involved in drilling, software development, geophysical/geological resources sharing, leasehold acquisitions and other facets within the oil and gas industry. If your firm is looking to expand its value, please contact us and we will gladly entertain any opportunity your company may possess toward an alliance.

Oklahoma’s SCOOP and STACK oil plays … Some of the best rock seen anywhere!

Traveling through Oklahoma’s stratigraphy, one can stumble over as many as 7,500 formations. “Most have names; in some cases, several,” the Oklahoma Geological Survey explains in an oil and gas FAQ page. The abundance of nomenclature is the result of many factors, the OGS adds, including simply that, at times, “geologists may disagree.”

The state also hosts more than 3,000 field designations. To simplify, strat-trippers can cheat down to the 300 formations that have had 10 or more well completions. Among them is the Woodford Shale, which Newfield Exploration Co. proved commercial from fracked horizontals beginning in 2005 where the pay is gassy in the Arkoma Basin of southeastern Oklahoma. Read the full article at here at oilandgasinvestors.com