Dallas: 214-369-1545  |  Wichita Falls: 940-723-7322
Dallas: 214-369-1545  |  Wichita Falls: 940-723-7322

Making the plays

Eagle invests early in emerging plays and acquires leases as early as possible with the idea of accumulating as much acreage as possible at relatively low leasehold costs.

A pioneer in horizontal drilling and completion techniques

Eagle is the second company to drill a horizontal well in the Barnett Shale, after Devon. Eagle’s team has drilled wells from depths of as little as 500 feet to well over 18,000.

A flare for leadership

Eagle has developed an operational team that has been very successful in drilling the initial wells, de-risking the play and building the infrastructure necessary to successfully produce and market oil and gas.

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We are proud of our story.

The Eagle Oil & Gas family has beein involved in the oil field service industry since the late 1930s.

LATEST NEWS

July 23, 2014

Dallas, TX, July 23, 2014 –(PR.com)–Eagle Oil and Gas Co.; an oil and gas exploration and production company headquartered in Dallas, Texas and founded in 1976 by D. Phil Bolin, his son Pat S. Bolin and partner Warren Ayres; is strengthening its leadership structure and positioning itself to pursue a more aggressive presence in the […]

Alert

Notice: Eagle Oil & Gas Co. has received reports of fraudulent employment agreements claiming to be from a "recruitment manager of the Eagle Oil & Gas Company USA" and stating that "there will be no interview since this is a manpower job where anyboody is fit to work with us." This is a job scam. Other signs of a job scam might include — but are not necessarily limited to — requests that an applicant pay a fee (for certification, training materials, or placement expenses) or provide credit card and/or bank-account information. If you have received a fraudulent employment agreement, do not provide any money or personal information. Instead, contact your local police and file a report. If you have already provided a job scammer with money or personal information, you should also immediately contact your bank and/or credit card company to close the account and dispute the charges. If you are unsure whether you are in receipt of a fraudulent employment agreement, contact Eagle Oil & Gas Co. directly at 214-369-1545.