Who We Are
Wolf Energy Inc.
Larry R. Wollschlager began as a geologist for Getty Oil Company in the mid-1970s working on prospects in the Delaware Basin. His main targets were large stratigraphic reservoirs. After several years of great success Larry decided to pursue a career as an independent. He named his company Wolf Energy and worked on prospects for both larger and small companies alike.After the fallout of the Permian oil & gas industry in the mid-1980s, Larry managed to build up his holdings in a slow, but sure, methodical way. He was able to gain majority interest in prospects he had developed for the majors and mid-majors, while also increasing acreage position in areas he knew were capable of producing.
In the early 1990's, Larry incorporated Wolf to become Wolf Energy, Inc. During that same time period, Wolf acquired a compression station and built the infrastructure required for what is now known as the Mentone Gas Gathering System. Considerable savings have been achieved through infrastructure development and Larry’s ability to understand the inner workings of a successful operation.
Wolf has become at home in the Mentone area of Loving County. Known for prolific exploitation of the Delaware Mountain Group's Cherry Canyon and the deep Fusselman, the Mentone area has a considerable wealth of hydrocarbons and the infrastructure required to be effectively exploited.
In 2002, Wolf partnered with Midland-based Endeavor Energy Resources in the re-entry of a Union Texas well, renamed the Pecos El Gato, which came on line producing several million cubic feet of gas per day and continues to produce over a million cubic feet per day. Several re-entries into the Atoka sand channel of the El Gato have resulted in similar production levels. Stratigraphic traps punctuate the geology at Wolf simply because many of the early companies sought oil and gas in the regional highs, mainly antclinal structures that are easy to map through basic geophysical exploration methods. Wolf knows that abundant oil and gas remains to be discovered and produced from the highs found within regional lows.
In 2007, Wolf began Allstate Well Service, LLC. to maintain, complete, and re-enter Wolf wells. Currently, Allstate runs two fully equipped pulling units in the Delaware Basin and has a capable crew to oversee all field operations. Wolf has found that its field staff is instrumental in keeping operating expenses low and production high.
By 2009, Wolf Energy had re-entered many wells with success. We have the knowledge, developed by decades of research and experience to succeed no matter the task at hand.