JHP was formed from the passion and enthusiasm of two former oil and gas executives who combined their knowledge and experience to create a competitive force within the industry. Beginning in 1995, JHP directed a significant portion of its resources toward the establishment of a sizeable inventory of projects within proven oil and gas producing trends. As a result, JHP believes it has assembled a significant asset base within its project portfolio.
The majority of JHP’s historical drilling expenditures were directed toward exploration-oriented projects. Leveraging its numerous drilling discoveries during the past 10 years has led to JHP’s drilling programs consisting of a balanced blend of exploration and development projects where there is a high probability of success. A special quality that typifies JHP’s people today is the same characteristic that contributed to the company’s past successes. It is an entrepreneurial spirit that encourages the handling of every project as if it were the most important job in JHP’s history.

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John Henry is a seasoned professional bringing perspective and expertise in oil and gas exploration and operations. After several years of working in oil and gas, John formed JHP in 1995. Since that time, he has worked in the industry as an independent. His entrepreneurial spirit generated the creation of several additional businesses which function or functioned in a variety of roles in the oil and gas sector.

His years in the industry have yielded experience in engineering, geology, field development, drilling, directional drilling, completion, royalties, strategic planning, business development and operations, contract negotiations, program management, acquisitions, joint ventures and risk analysis. Experience drives the development and implementation of the overall business strategy. John Henry earned his degree from the University of Texas Arlington.

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