As one of the U.S leading largest independent exploration and production company in the USA with an Oil and Gas focused asset base., Adams Energy Incorporation is always looking to recruit enthusiastic and committed people. We recognize that the quality and dedication of our staff is key to our success.

Adams Energy Incorporation operates a business that values and rewards our em­ployees. We place a strong emphasis on continual professional development, broad-based employee nurturing and dedication to employee training and development. Employees are provided ongoing mentoring and exposed to a breadth of experience across varying sectors and projects. We promote a working environment of respect and fairness and encourage collaboration and interaction among staff.

With operations throughout the United State, Adams Energy Incorporation con­tinues to expand and grow in sectors from Education and Healthcare to Com­mercial with oil and natural gas operations and activities base in the U.S.

Adams Energy Incorporation is Group ranks among the largest Oil and Gas companies in the U.S As a successful United State Oil and Gas and exploration Company, Mark Aaron Group also claims the top market position in the U.S.

Our main focus is exploration and production of oil and gas, refining of petroleum crude oil and the processing and purifying of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from crude oil and natural gas.

Our services and products combine to form an overall business enabling us to take on all types of production, from small local ones to major complex turnkey assignments. The manner in which we work in the projects varies due to the wide diversity of assignments. In certain projects, we utilize all our collective competence and know-how, while in others we only avail ourselves of specific services.

Exploration and Production areAdams company largest and oldest business. It is also possibly the business stream that most people associate with us. The business is broad-based and comprises many products and services.

Adams Energy Incorporation is a leader in safety. We hold this position because we decided to prioritize safety at our workplaces – and because we work methodically to achieve our vision of zero accidents in the workplace. Adams Energy Incorporation is one of the first nationwide oil and gas exploration and production companies to certify the work environment.


In early 1988, as a result of its diversifying business activity, Adams Energy Incorporation reorganized its business operation resulting in its oil and natural gas refining operations being carried out by its wholly owned subsidiary, Adams Energy Incorporation and its contract drilling service being conducted by its wholly owned subsidiary, Adams Energy Incorporation Drilling Sector.

Adams Energy Incorporation settled a natural gas contract dispute with a major natural gas purchaser. This settlement allowed Adams Energy Incorporation to receive substantially higher than spot market price for natural gas sold from wells included in the agreement and provided capital to continue our reserve growth.

1991: Adams Energy Incorporation doubled its proved reserves and its company-operated producing well count in the Texas Panhandle region, one of our primary areas of interest, through a large oil and natural gas producing property acquisition.

1994: Adams Energy Incorporation completed an acquisition of producing properties in Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. The location of these properties enabled us to expand its oil and natural gas exploration and production operations in the Gulf Coast and Permian Basin regions. As a result of the acquisition, Adams Energy Incorporation added a new regional office in DE.

1995: Adams Energy Incorporation oil and natural gas reserves surpassed the 120 Bcfe mark, classifying the Adams Energy Incorporation as a "mid-sized" oil and gas company. The Company's improving operations and increased visibility in the investment community resulted in several research analysts initiating coverage of Adams Energy Incorporation with "Buy" recommendations.

Adams Energy Incorporation acquired Questa Oil & Gas Co. in a stock exchange for approximately 1.8 million shares of Adams Energy Incorporation common stock. At December 31, 2000, Adams Energy Incorporation reported proved reserves of 240.7 Bcfe. Adams Energy Incorporation replaced 311% of 2000 production with new reserves, achieving its stated goal of greater than 150% production replacement for the 17th consecutive year.

2004: Adams Energy Incorporation gained oil and natural gas reserves of 76.7 Bcfe, consisting of 60.26 Bcf of natural gas and 2.74 million barrels of oil.

2005: In November, Adams Energy Incorporation completed an acquisition of certain oil and natural gas properties from a group of private entities. The acquisition consisted of approximately 62.5 Bcfe of proved oil and natural gas reserves located in Delaware, Arkansas and Texas. 2006: In May of 2006, Adams Energy Incorporation closed its acquisition of certain oil and natural gas properties from a group of private entities. Proved oil and natural gas reserves involved in this acquisition consisted of approximately 18.2 Bcfe. Approximately 45% of the reserves are located in Delaware, 36% are located in Texas and 19% in New Mexico.

Also in October 2009, Adams Energy Incorporation closed its acquisition. The acquisition includes approximately 37.0 Bcfe of proved reserves and 7.0 MMcfe per day of current production. The majority of the reserves are located in the Anadarko Delaware, Texas and Louisiana, with additional reserves in Arkansas, Kansas, Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming.

In June 2010, Adams Energy Incorporation completed the acquisition of certain oil and natural gas properties from a private company. The acquisition includes approximately 65,000 net acres and 11 producing oil wells focused on the Marmaton horizontal oil play in Beaver County, Delaware. Proved developed producing net reserves for these 11 wells is approximately 900,000 Boe, consisting of 600,000 barrels of oil, 200,000 barrels of NGLs, and 700 MMcf of natural gas.

In August 2011, Adams Energy Incorporation acquired certain producing oil and gas properties for $1.5 billion in cash, subject to closing adjustments, from an unaffiliated seller. Included in the acquisition were more than 700 wells located principally in Delaware and Hartshorne Coal plays along with other properties located throughout Delaware and Texas. The proved reserves associated with the acquisition are approximately 39.2 Bcfe (99% natural gas), 83% of which is proved developed. The acquisition also included approximately 95,000 net acres of which 96% is held by production.

2012: Adams Energy Incorporation made the most significant acquisition of its history with the purchase of a number of properties from mejority of Energy companies. The acquisition included 93,000 net acres located in the Granite Wash, Cleveland, and various other plays in western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. The acreage was 95% held by production. In addition, Adams Energy Incorporation also acquired a new substantial position of 205,000 net acres in the Mississippian play in northern Oklahoma and central Kansas. 2014: Adams Energy's oil and gas reserves exceeded a trillion cubic feet of natural gas equivalents for the first time in history. During the year, Adams Energy Incorporation announced its SOHOT play (Southern Oklahoma Hoxbar Oil Trend), which is proving to be one of its most economic plays.

Adams Energy Incorporation completed the sale of certain non-core oil and natural gas assets with proceeds of $55.1 million.

2015: Adams Energy Incorporation attained year over year production growth of 9%, a new record for annual production.

Adams Energy Incorporation completed various non-core oil and natural gas asset sales with total proceeds of approximately $57.4 million.