Serving the Permian Basin for over 60 Years!
If you need well data from the Texas Railroad Commission, Bureau of Economic Geology, Texas General Land Office or University Lands, please contact Mona in our Midland office if you are a member of The Subsurface Library.
Non-members may contact Ann Leist P.G. in her Austin office.
Well data from Texas Districts 1 through 10 is covered as well as Texas State Waters.
We have access to over 600,000 well logs at the BEG. Approximately 250,000 of the logs are searchable in our Excel files.
We also can search through an additional 350,000 paper logs in the BEG's Geophysical Log Facility. Simply send Mona (members) or Ann (non-members) a log request by e-mail, fax or phone.
Please include the API #, County, Operator, Lease, Well, Field, TD and completion date.
The Texas State Waters file is current through September 2006.
If you cannot find the logs you are looking for, or need more recently released logs, please e-mail Mona or Ann and they will try to find them for you.
Our Austin based Geotech service will search for well records at any of the above four state agencies upon request.
The rate is $35.00 per hour, plus any copy, scanning or mailing fees. Such records include the following from historical to present:
More specifically, we can search the following collections for you:
The Austin office sells newly released Texas Railroad Commission logs (TIF images on CD) that are mailed monthly to subscribers for $50.00 per district per month, plus shipping. Individual log images indexed in an Excel database are included.
To place an Order with Ann in Austin:
1. E-mail requests to:
2. Fax requests to: (512) 471-72273
3. Call in requests to: (512) 773-5063
Invoices for orders placed with Ann will be sent with each order and are due upon receipt. Payments should be made payable to:
Ann Leist - 6601 Debcoe Drive, Austin, TX 78749
If you are a member of The Subsurface Library and place an order with Mona in Midland, we will bill your account and you may remit payment on your monthly Subsurface bill.