Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Southwest Developmental Drilling Fund 91-A LP
Southwest Developmental Drilling Fund 91-A, L.P. engages in the drilling, development, and exploration of wells in Texas and New Mexico. It produces and markets crude oil and natural gas properties. The partnership sells oil and gas produced from these properties to unrelated third parties in the oil and gas business. As of March 31, 2004, it produced 1,090 barrels of crude oil and 1,520 million cubic feet of natural gas. Southwest Royalties, Inc. serves as the general partner of the partnership. Southwest Developmental Drilling Fund was organized under the laws of the state of Delaware in January 1991 and has its principal executive offices in Midland, Texas.
407 N Big Spring Ste 300
Founded in 1991
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