John Guinn – Affiliate

John Guinn is the owner and operator of Westridge Oil & Gas Properties in Mineral Wells, Texas. Mr. Guinn has over 32 years of experience in the oil and gas industry where he has been extensively involved in all aspects surrounding the exploration, drilling and production of oil and gas enterprises in the Texas region.

In addition to Westridge Oil & Gas Properties, Mr. Guinn also owns and operates Westridge-Drilling, JK-Enterprises, Westridge-Ranch Management, Thrust Corp, Westridge Management LLC, and OUUT, LLC. While in the leadership role of these companies Mr. Guinn has successfully drilled, completed, and operated over 500 wells in North Texas, West Texas and South Texas counties with vertical depths ranging from 2,000 to 14,000 feet.

Mr. Guinn is a highly motivated professional with a solid foothold in the petroleum industry ranging from drilling new wells, to re-opening previously closed wells, to improving oil capture through enhanced oil recovery methods, to operations, to well servicing, to ongoing development of various productive areas. Mr. Guinn has achieved highly profitable results working in numerous productive areas throughout Texas, including notable fields such as the Barnett Shale, the Permian Basin, the Austin Chalk, and the Eagle Ford Shale.

Mr. Guinn is recognized as a leader in the industry and is called on frequently to consult on drilling, production and work-over matters by other oil and gas enterprises. Mr. Guinn’s companies have designed highly complex work-over procedures including recovery, remedial cement, pressure integrity repair and plugging operations, also, stimulation design and on-site supervision of multi-stage fracs up to seven stages. Initialization and completion of new wells, evaluation and development of up-hole potential, AFE preparation, frac scheduling and bidding, completion reporting, surveillance and optimization of producing wells are also part of Mr. Guinn’s capabilities.

Westridge Oil & Gas Properties own and maintain the necessary equipment to conduct the full range of oil field services. Operational self-sufficiency is a major goal in order that the progress will not be impeded by waiting on third party services to become available, thereby accelerating return-on-investment.