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New Mexico B u r e a u of Minesand
Mineral Resources
A Division o f
New Mexico I n s t i t u t e of Mining
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& Technology
O I L AND GAS EVALUATION OF WHITE
SANDS M I S S I L E RANGE
AND
FORTBLISS
MILITARYRESERVATION,
SOUTH-CENTRAL
NEW MEXICO
bY
. R o y W. Foster
S e n i o r Petroleum G e o l o g i s t
Socorro, J u l y 1 9 7 8
CONTENTS
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STRATIGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
Precambrian Rocks
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1
E l e v a t i o no fP r e c a m b r i a nS u r f a c e
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B l i s s Sandstone-ElPaso
Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Montoya Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10
INTRODUCTION
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -11
Devonian Rocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
-12
M i s s i s s i p p i a n Rocks
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 3
Pennsylvanian'Rocks
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 4
permianRocks- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18
Bursum-Hueco-Abo Formations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 9
Yeso Formation
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
SanAndresLimestone
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Mesozoic Rocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Tertiary-Quaternary; Rocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
FusselmanDolomite
STRUCTURE
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Geologic Evaluation
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 1
T e s t Evaluation
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-35
Lease Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
-38
Evaluation of Condemned Tracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
SUMMARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
55
REFERENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
O I L AND GAS EVALUATION
FIGURES
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Elevation of Precambriansurface
3
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Isopach map and o u t c r o p area of . B l i s s - E l P a s o i n t e r v a l
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
Location map of s t u d y area
and a r e a of o u t c r o p
12
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S t r a t i g r a p h i cs e c t i o n so fP e r m i a nr o c k s .
1
. i h p~ o c k e t
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Isopach map andoutcrop
Thickness .and outcrop area
area of
Ab0
Formation.
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Location of o i l and
gas
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of Q u a t e r n a r y - T e r t i a r y r o c k s . . I n p o c k e t
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20 - Hydrocarbon occurrences
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2 1 - Bid f a c t o r and .averagebidperacre,Primaryperiod
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22 - B i d f a c t o r and a v e r a g e b i d p e r
acre, Secondary period.
.
19
.19
Isopach map and o u t c r o p area of Bursum-Hueco F o r m a t i o n s . i n p o c k e t
18
15
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14
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.S t r a t i g r a p h i cs e c t i o n so fp r e - P e n n s y l v a n i a nr o c k s .
9
- Isopach map and o u t c r o p area of Montoya Group.
- Isopach map and o u t c r o p area o f FusselmanDolomite . . . i n p o c k e t
- Isopach map and o u t c r o p area o f Devonian r o c k s . . . . . .
- Isopach map and o u t c r o p area o fM i s s i s s i p p i a nr o c k s .
...
- S t r a t i g r a p h i cs e c t i o n so fP e n n s y l v a n i a nr o c k s .
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Isopach map and o u t c r o p area of Yeso Formation . . . . .
Isopach map and o u t c r o p area of S a n AndresFormation
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- Thicknessandoutcroparea
of Mesozoic r o c k s . . . . . .
- S t r a t i g r a p h i cs e c t i o n s of Mesozoicrocks . . . . . . . .
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inpocket
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10 - Isopach map and o u t c r o p area ofPennsylvanianrocks.
11
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tests.
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TABLES
1 - O i l andgas
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2
R e s u l t so ft e s t i n g
R e s u l t s of t e s t i n g
R e s u l t s of t e s t i n g
R e s u l t so ft e s t i n g
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of pre-Pennsylvanianrocks
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of Pennsylvanianrocks
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of Permian
rocks
. . .. . . .
of Mesozoicrocks
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tests
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Summary of l e a s e . d a t a : J a n u a r y
Summary ofbase
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1 9 6 9 throughFebruary
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1974 a 4 - l
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Summary of lease d a t a :
Condemned t r a c t s
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. 31
March 1 9 7 4 through
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Juri$ 1975.
lease v a l u e s f o r p r i m a r y e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d
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Summary of base lease v a l u e s f o r s e c o n d a r y e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d 4 4
Worksheets:Primary-leaseevaluationperiod
Worksheets:Secondary-leaseevaluationperiod
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INTRODUCTION
I n February1978
resources for certain
t r a c t s of S t a t e l a n d w i t h i n WhiteSands
These t r a c t s hadbeen
by t h e Department ofDefense.
condemned June 3 0 , 1975,
The New Mexico Bureau of Minesand
Mineral Resources w a s g i v e n t h e t a s k
resourcesas
water
assist i n the e v a l u a t i o n o f m i n e r a l a n d
State agencies to
Missile Range.
t h e S t a t e Land O f f i c e r e q u e s t e d s e v e r a l
of e v a l u a t i n g t h e
w e l l as m i n e r a l d e p o s i t s o t h e r t h a n
oil andgas
sand a n d g r a v e l .
T h i s r e p o r t i s limited t o an e v a l u a t i o n of the oi1"and gas
p o t e n t i a l and its v a l u e t o t h e S t a t e .
The currentcondemnation
ofthe
s u i t involvesonly
to acquire all
Becauseofplans
acres
i n White Sands
341,388 a c r e s of S t a t e m i n e r a l r i g h t s
Missile Range.
10,730.60
by t h e Departmentof
Defense
of t h e s e r i g h t s it was d e c i d e d t o b r o a d e n t h e
scope o f t h i s r e p o r t
t o include the entire military reservation
i n s o u t h - c e n t r a l New Mexico.
The a r e ac o n s i d e r e di n c l u d e sb o t h
White Sands Missile Range and the F o r t - B l i s s M i l i t a r y R e s e r v a t i o n
w i t h i n New Mexico.
Because of t h e l a c k
militaryreservation
of o i l and g a s e x p l o r a t i o n w i t h i n t h e
it w a s necessary 1) t o i n v e s t i g a t e
areatoestablishthegeologic
a larger
framework and 2) t o e v a l u a t e S t a t e
o i l a n dg a sl e a s e ss o l di nt h ev i c i n i t yo ft h er e s e r v a t i o n .
a r e ao fg e o l o g i cs t u d i e s
from T. 4 S . through T.
a totalofabout
m i l l i o na c r e s .
i s shown i n f i g .
29 S . ,
and R. 4 W.
1.
The
Roughly it i n c l u d e s
through R.
430 townships, 1 4 , 4 9 0 s q u a r e m i l e s ,
1 4 E.
--
and 9 . 9
Of this area, White Sands Missile Range c o v e r s
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approximately 2 . 1 m i l l i o na c r e s .
The a r e ae v a l u a t e df o rS t a t e
leases includesanadditionaltownship
on khe west, n o r t h and e a s t
sides.
The g e o l o g i c e v a l u a t i o n
i s based on published and unpublished
reports, well r e c o r d s , g e o p h y s i c a l
p e r s o n a l knowledge of t h e a r e a t h a t
t h e SanAndresMountains.
are i n t h e f i l e s o f t h e
and g e o l o g i c a l l o g s , p l u s
began i n 1954 w i t h work i n
Well r e c o r d s and l o g s t h a t
were examined
Bureau i n Socorro and t h e Permian Assoc-
i a t i o n i n Roswell.Additionallogs
were obtainedfrom
were obtained
O i l and M i n e r a l s , a n d l o g s a n d . o t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n
from Ben Donegan, ConsultingGeologist,Albuquerque.
distribution of the various geologic intervals
Houston
The outcrop
was modified from
t h e Geologic Map o f New Mexico by Dane and Bachman ( 1 9 6 5 )
d a t a were compiledfrom
information supplied
S t a t e Land O f f i c e a n d r e p o r t s
by Robert W.
Piatt, Santa
Values a r e b a s e d
of o i l andgas
.
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Lease
by t h e New Mexico
l e a s e sales published
Fe.
on l e a s e sales conductedthroughJune1975.
Only those wells completed o r i n t h e process of b e i n g d r i l l e d
prior to July
1, 1975~, are incl-uded i n t h e g e o l o g i c i n t e r p r e t a t i o n s
presented i n t h i s r e p o r t .
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FIGURE I LOCATION MAP OFSTUDY AREA AND MILITARY RESERVATION
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STRATIGRAPHY
In order
t o e v a l u a t e the o i l a n d g a s p o t e n t i a l o f W h i t e
Sands Missile Range it is n e c e s s a r y t o e s t a b l i s h t h e s t r a t i g r a p h i c
New Mexico.
framework o fs o u t h - c e n t r a l
B r o a d l ys p e a k i n g ,p o t e n t i a l
area are restricted t o sediments
source and r e s e r v o i r r o c k s i n t h i s
ofPaleozoicandMesozoicage.Localandregionalstructural
features can result in migration
of h y d r o c a r b o n s i n t o o l d e r o r
as a s u i t a b l e r e s e r v o i r
youngerrocksofanytypeaslong
present.
However, o c c u r r e n c e so ft h i sn a t u r e . a r en o t
and no c o n s i d e r a t i o n of h y d r o c a r b o n p o t e n t i a l
rocks.
An u n d e r s t a n d i n g
rocksofthis
gasevaluation
of thePrecambrian
common,
i s made f o r t h e s e
i s importantbecause
age r e p r e s e n t an e x p l o r a t o r y b a s e
is concerned.
is
as f a r as o i l and
Knowledge o f t h e e l e v a t i o n o f t h i s
basesurfaceaidsindeterminingthethicknessoftheoverlying
sedimentarysequenceandthatpartof
t h e sequenceconsideredto
have some p o t e n t i a l f o r t h e a c c u m u l a t i o n o f o i l
part for the
andgas.In
same r e a s o n s some a w a r e n e s s o f t h e t h i c k n e s s o f p o s t -
Mesozoic d e p o s i t s i s important i n e v a l u a t i o n and d e t e r m i n a t i o n
of drilling depths involved in adequately exploring
the f a v o r a b l e
p a r t of the s t r a t i g r a p h i c s e c t i o n .
Precambrian Rocks
The o u t c r o p d i s t r i b u t i o n o f P r e c a m b r i a n r o c k s
i s shown i.n
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f i g . 2 . Major o u t c r o p a r e a s a r e i n t h e C a b a l l o - F r a C r i s t o b a l
ranges and i n the Oscura-SanAndres-Organ
chain.
exposures are present in the Sacramento Mountains.
Only minor
(r
(G r a n i t e ,g n e i s s i c
thePrecambrianof
In the central part
2
i n p a r t , i s thedominantrocktype
S i l v e r , 1952).
the CaballoMountains(Kelleyand
of t h e r a n g e t h e r e
in
are s e v e r a l s q u a r e
miles
c o n s i s t i n g m o s t l y of mica s c h i s t b u t i n c l u d i n g some g r a n i t e
press)
gneiss, metadioriteandgreenstone.CondieandBudding(in
notethepresence
CaballoMountains.
of a m p h i b o l i t e i n the s o u t h e r n p a r t o f t h e
The Precambrian i n t h e F r a C r i s t o b a l
Mountains
c o n s i s t sm o s t l yo fg r a n i t i cr o c k s .S i m i l a r l yi nt h eO s c u r a ,
i s t h e mostcommon-rock
Andres, andOrgan
M o u n t a i n s ,g r a n i t e
type.Kottlowski
e t al. ( 1 9 5 6 ) d e s c r i b e dp i n kg r a n i t e
The g r a n i t e s i n c l u d e
a t the
a t t h e mouth of Rhodes
mouth of Ash Canyon a n d l i g h t - g r a y g r a n i t e
Canyon.
San
masses o fg r e e n i s hb i o t i t e - h o r n -
blendeschists,blackbiotite-quartz-feldsparschist,and
some
simple p e g m a t i t e a n d d i a b a s e d i k e s . I n t h e c e n t r a l p a r t o f t h e
San AndresMountainsfromSulphnr
t os o u t ho f
Canyon ( T . 15 S . ,
Hembrillo Canyon ( T .
16 S . ,
R.
4 E.)
R.
4 E.)
there i s a
t h i c k series ofmetamorphicrocks.CondieandBuddingcalculated
percentagesofvariousrocktypesbased
onmeasured
I n order'.ofdecreasingamounts,these
and p h y l l i t e , arkosite, mafic
sections.
are m i c a - q u a r t z s c h i s t
metaigneousrocks,andquartzite.
Locally i n t h e Hembrillo Canyon a r e a t h e r e
i n t e r v a l t h a t unconformably overlies
is a thin quartzite
older Precambrian rocks
and i s t r u n c a t e d by the o v e r l y i n g B l i s s Sandstone.This
may be
a remnant of t h e y o u n g e r s e d i m e n t a r y / v o l c a n i c s e q u e n c e p r e s e n t
i n t h e Sacramento and Franklin Mountains.
A t SanDiego
Mountain (T. 1 9 S . ,
R.
1 W; 1the Precambrian
c o n s i s t s of r e d c o a r s e - g r a i n e d g r a n i t e w i t h m i n o r g r a n i t e g n e i s s ,
s c h i s t , and pegmatite and
diabase dikes (Seager .et a l . ,
1971)
.
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Exposures in the
Organ
Mountains
are
granitic
rocks
with
minor
pegmatite and aplite dikes. The small exposures north and northwest
ofthe Fra
Outcrops
found
Cristobal
of
Mountains
Precambrian
insmall exposures
at
rocks
the
Alamogordo (T.19S., R.lOE.),
also
in
consist
the
of
granite.
Sacramento
base the
of uplift
south
Mountains
ar
of
at Pajarito Peak (T.l2S., R.l5E.),
and at Bent(T.l3S., R.12E.).
The exposures south of Alamogordo
have been described by Pray (1961) as consisting of gray-green, in
part
mottled-red,
shale,
siltstone
and quartzite-
intruded
'by
thin
sills of diorite. The 'exposures' at Pajarito Peak consist
of
hornblende
syenite
(Kelley, 1968).
and.syenite
with
common
pegmatitic
phases
At Bent the exposures are light-gray quartzite
that appears to be intruded by granite (Bachman, 1960).
Subsurface data for Precambrian rock types is sparse. West
of the
Caballo Mountains the Gartland Brister well (T.l2S., R.4W.)
encountered syenite (Foster and Stipp, 1961). In the Jornada del
Muerto the two Sun wells
(T.lOS.,
R.1W.) bottomed in granite
beneath the Bliss Sandstone.: The only other well drilled to the
Precambrian
in
this
area
was
the
Exxon
Beard
test
(T.14S.,
Samples were
not
for this well. six wells have been
available
drilled
to
the
Precambrian
Samples
were
granite
similar
examined
to
for
the
on
the
several
Oscura
of
exposures
in-theOscura
.
anticline
these
wells
(T.) 4S.,
and
Mountains
R.1E.I.
to
consist
R.
of
the
south, The Sun Bingham test (T.5S., R.5E.) encountered similar
granite
Well
with
cuttings
some
from
of quartz-biotite-hornblende
inclusions
beneath
Pennsylvanian
of Texas Heard well (T.6S., R.9E.)on
the
identified as gabbro. This is not a common
sediments
Carrizozo
rock
schist.
in
the
anticline
type
in
the
Standar
were
r
is
4
Precambrian of New Mexico. However, east
of the areaof this
report
gabbrowas identified
in
of Texas Scarp
Standard
the
well
(T.21S., R.18E.) by Flawn C19561 and in the Texam Boyle (T.9S.,
R.20E.) and possibly Hunt McMillan (T.26S., R.16E.) by Foster
(1959). The gabbros areof particular interest because, they
appear
partof the
tobe
rhyolite
Precambrian
sequence
anda variety of sedimentary
much of the
Sacramento
Sedimentary
rocksof Precambrian
south of illamogordo
Mountain
were
rock
area
age
that
types
and
en.countered
in
that
extend
similar
to
the
includes
underlie
south
those
into
Texas.
exposed
Stanolind
Picacho
~~
(.Tt12Sq,
S.18E. 1, Humble 'State
N (T.l4S.,
,
R.17E.)
Southern
Production Cloudcroft CT.l7S., R.l2E.)., Gulf Chaves U (T.l8S.,
R.16E.1, and I?agnolia Black Hills (,T.l7S., .%.20E.). In the Gulf
well the sedMentqry sequence
no
The
q9eof the
doubt
youngef
includes
s.edimentapy
than
the
dolomite.
sequence
is known,
not but it is
'granitic-metamorphic
terrane
in
the
western part of the area. RadjomeEric dates of granites
from the
Fan.
Andres,
Oscura,
and
San
Di,eyo
Mountains
range
1.4 1.36
from
to
.
billi.on years .(fluehlbexger, et al., 1966).
Rhyolites and
rqetarhyolites'.frorq
wes't
Texas
.i.n
the
Carrizo
Mountains
and
Pump
al., 19621 a.ndtha.FranklinMountains
Station H i . 1 1 ~ (.Nasserburg et
(Muehlbeeger eii al.
1966). h.ve 'ages o f approximately 1.0 billion
o f ' P'ajqrito
.rocks
yea:rs. The i.9neOuS
1-19 billion
If the
of
were
dated1.15
at to
years,
Yabbros;
the s q e sequence
eagtern
Peak
rhyolites',.
'
a
s
the
areai s underlain
,and
.sedimentary
by
rocks
othey'
igneous
rocks,
younger
and
then
rocks
most
markedly
of
are
par
the
different
of the western part of the area. This could ahave
from those.
..s.ignificant
effect
on
the
interpretation
of
geophysical
studies.
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Elevation of the Precambrian Surface
Well c o n t r o l i s n o t a d e q u a t e t o s a t i s f a c t o r i l y c o n t o u r
was attempted only
thePrecambriansurfaceandthis
in the
J o r n a d a d e l Muerto and south of the Sacramento Mountains.
2 was
Additional elevation control for fig.
that. did not reach this. interval
by p r o j e c t i n g t h e d e p t h t o
Precambrian by use of t h e i s o p a c h
maps and s e l e c t e d f o r m a t i o n
were e s t i m a t e d from
t o p s .E l e v a t i o n sf o rP r e c a m b r i a no u t c r o p s
topographic maps.
o b t a i n e d f o r wells
In.theJornadadel
relief on t h e P r e c a m b r i a n s u r f a c e
Muerto t h e maximum:known
i s from 6 , 2 0 0 f e e t above sea
l e v e l a t outcrops i n t h e SanAndres
and CaballoMountains
7,075 f e e t below sea l e v e l i n t h eB e a r d . l J o r n a d a
R.
to
well (T. 1 4 S . ,
”
This i s a r e l i e f of 5 9 0 f e e t p e r mile west f r o mt h e
1W.).
7 2 0 f e e t p e r mile east i n t o the Jornada
SanAndresMountainsand
del Muerto.from the Caballo Mountains.
Estimatesbasedonsurfaceexposuresofrocksyoungerthan
f o r the Precambrian.
Precambrian are b i a s e d t o w a r d s h a l l o w d e p t h s
I n p a r t t h i s also i s t r u e from well d a t a where tests are g e n e r a l l y
d r i l l e d on s u r f a c e s t r u c t u r e s o r g e o p h y s i c a l h i g h s .
Jornadadel
(T.
1W.),
of the
C i t i e s S e r v i c e C o r r a l i t o s . t e s t (T. 2 2 S., R.
1 , 8 0 0 f e e t below sea level i n t h e S i n c l a i r
R.
South
Muerto this i s r e f l e c t e d i n depths of s l i g h t l y below
sea l e v e l i n t h e
7
.
and a minus3,200
23 S., R. 2 E . ) .
2
Doiia Ana ( T . 22 S . ,
f e e t estimated f o r t h e C l a r y S t a t e
The e l e v a t i o n of t h eP r e c a m b r i a ns u r f a c e
e s t i m a t e df o rt h e
Grim w e l l (T. 25 S . ,
below sea level.
J u s t e a s t of San Augustin Pass a t e s t d r i l l e d
i n t h em i l i t a r yr e s e r v a t i o n
(T.
22 S.,
R.
R.
1 E.)
5 E.)
Tertiary or Quaternary basin-filling sediments
i s 18,000 feet
bottomed i n
a t a depth of
W.)
,
f6,005feet.Lacking
i t i s assumed
any d a t a t o t h e c o n t r a r y
that the western part
underlainby
6
of the Tularosa Basin beneath the
f i l l is
a completesectionofPaleozoicrocksand,at
least
i n the n o r t h e r n p a r t o f t h e b a s i n , s e d i m e n t s o f C r e t a c e o u s
and
T r i a s s i ca g e .C o n s i d e r i n go n l yP a l e o z o i cr o c k sp r e s e n ta tt h e
well d r i l l e d i n T. 2 2 S . , R. 5 E . ~ ~ ~ aassuming
nd
locationofthe
b a s i n f i l l had b e e n p e n e t r a t e d , t h e
that the total thickness of
depthtothePrecambriansurface
the elevation about
wouldbeabout
9,000 f e e t below sea level.
Alamogordo three wells were
In the Tularosa Basin south of
d r i l l e d by Texaco ( T . 18 S . ,
( T . 20 S.
, R.
9 E. )
13,000 feet and
.
R.
8~and 1 0 E . )
andonebyPlymouth
The two Texaco wells i n R.
l o c a t e d on t h e J a r i l l a b l o c k
an i n t r a b a s i n u p l i f t .
below sea l e v e l i n t h e s e wells.
Based on i s o p a c h d a t a
Mountains (T. 2 1 S . ,
Precambrian e l e v a t i o n i n t h i s
The eleva-
i s 4 , 0 7 4 f e e t and 4 , 2 1 7 f e e t
t i o n on t h e P r e c a m b r i a n s u r f a c e
exposures i n t h e J a r i l l a
8 E. are
R.
and
8 E. ) t h e
area i s e s t i m a t e d t o b e
570 f e e t
The Plymouth well a l s o i s
t o 1,115 f e e t below s e a l e v e l .
considered t o b e 3 n t h e J a r i l l a b l o c k w i t h a n ~ e l e v a t i o n of minus
3,745 feet.
The Texaco well n e a r e s t t o t h e f r o n t
of theSacramento
Mountains h a s the d e e p e s t e s t i m a t e d P r e c a m b r i a n i n t h i s a r e a
4,858 f e e tb e l o w
sea level.
T h i s w e l l appears t o b e l o c a t e d i n
a sub-basin t h a t flankstheSacramentoMountains.
To t h e n o r t h
i n the Three Rivers a r e a The Houston O i l and Minerals
on t h e Precambrian s u r f a c e .T h i s
1 Lewelling
4 , 6 7 6 feet below sea l e v e l
i s estimated t o h a v e a n e l e v a t i o n o f
w e l l i s l o c a t e d a t t h es o u t h e r n
end of the Sierra Blanca syncline but also
Sacramento block.Immediately
at
on t h e u p l i f t e d
t o t h e west o f t h i s
w e l l the
surface of
t h e Precambrianshouldbe
a t a greater depth.
Mesa the Precambrian
In the Sacramento Mountains and Otero
i s a t o v e r 8 , 0 0 0 f e e t above sea l e v e l a t P a j a r i t o
R.
15 E . ) .
R. 1 2 E.)
Inthe
SouthernProductionCloudcroft
Peak (T. 1 2 S.,
t e s t ( T . 1 7 S.,
the s u r f a c e i s a t 4 , 8 5 3 f e e t above sea l e v e l .R e l a t i v e l y
shallow depths c o n t i n u e t o t h e s o u t h
and e a s t r e f l e c t i n g b o t h
the S a c r a m e n t o u p l i f t and t h e b u r i e d o l d e r P e d e r n a l u p l i f t .
Hueco/Sacramento f r o n t i s
The d e e p e s t Precambrian e a s t o f t h e
estimated f o r t h e Seaboard Trigg ( T . 26 S., R.
f e e t below sea level.
11 E.) a t 2,933
This t e s t i s l o c a t e d between- t h e Cornudas
and Hueco Mountains.
B l i s s Sandstone-ElPaso
Group
The B l i s s Sandstone and el^ Paso Group a r e combined on t h e
isopach map ( f i g . 3 ) .
fig. 4.
The g e n e r a ll i t h o l o g y
i s i n d i c a t e di n
The Bliss c o n s i s t sm o s t l yo fq u a r t zs a n d s t o n ew i t h
some f e l d s p a t h i cs a n d s t o n ei nt h el o w e rp a r t .
grade upward i n t o sandydolomite
The sandstones
orlimestonethrough
zone with the o v e r l y i n g E l Paso.carbonates.In
a gradational
the Caballoand
San Andres Mountains sandstones i n t h e l o w e r p a r t o f t h e
commonly c o n t a i n g l a u c o n i t e a n d t h i n
Bliss
beds o f o o l i t i c h e m a t i t e .
Glauconite is p r e s e n t i n t h e B l i s s i n theSacramentoMountains,
buttheoolitichematite
is absent.
from t h e o o l i t i c h e m a t i t e i n t e r v a l ;
i s Cambrian i n age i n t h e C a b a l l o
Basedon
fossilcollections
the l o w e r p a r t o f t h e
Mountains.
Bliss'
S i m i l a r beds i n
t h e San Andres Mountains are probably also of Cambrian age.
The r e m a i n d e r o f t h e
in the Sacramento
B l i s s i s Ordovician,andtheentiresection
Mountains i s c o n s i d e r e d t o b e O r d o v i c i a n .
".
c
I
8
The E l Paso Group c o n s i s t s a l m o s t e n t i r e l y o f c a r b o n a t e s .
In the Caballo Mountains
and s o u t h o f t h e
t h e i n t e r v a l i s mostly limestone
In the
(T.
4 E.),
chert.
w i t h varyingamountsof
a t l e a s t as f a r s o u t h a s
S a n AndresMountains,
19 S . , R.
San AndresMountains
Ash Canyon
the forma-
and intheSacramentoMountains,
t i o n i s almostentirelydolomite..In.theCaballoMountains
numerous biohermal masses
upper p a r t of the E l Paso contains
t h a t , according t o K e l l e y a n d S i l v e r
ward across t h e normalsection
the
"... are
(1952),
p i l e d up-
i n some p l a c e s f o r s e v e r a l t e n s
of feet."
of f e e t o r o c c a s i o n a l l y f o r h u n d r e d s
The E l Paso
Group i s Canadian, Lower Ordovician i n age.
The isopach map
formsouthward
of t h e B l i s s / E l Paso shows a f a i r l y u n i -
t h i c k e n i n ga c r o s s
of this interval pinch out in
the northern part of the
C r i s t o b a l and OscuraMountains.
feet at the southern end
t h e area.Sedimentaryrocks
The sequencethickens
the s o u t h e r n p a r t
Bachman (1961, 1965, 1968)measuredfrom
t h e northend
Mountains(Kelley
o € theOscuraMountains
5 t o 1 4 0 f e e t ,a n d
o f the San Andres Mountains, 236 feet.
t h e San Andres Mountains the sequence thickens
Rhodes Canyon (T. 13' S . ,
Canyon (T. 16 S.,
(T. 1 8 S.
, R.
R.
4 E.),
(Kottlowski e t a l . ,
t o 329
of the Fra Cristobal Mountains and
608 f e e t i n t h e c e n t r a l p a r t o f t h e C a b a l l o
a n dS i l v e r ,1 9 5 2 ) .I n
Fra
R. 4 E.)
3 E.)
,
S o u t hi n
from 352 f e e t i n
t o 6 2 6 f e e t i n Hembrillo
757 f e e t i n SanAndres
and 867 f e e t i n AshCanyon
(T.
Canyon
1 9 S.,
1 9 5 6 and Bachman and Myers, 1 9 6 3 ) .I n
Organ Mountains, Howe (1959)measured
1 , 8 4 0 f e e t have been reported in
at
920 feet of B l i s s @ l
t h e Franklin Mountains.
R.
4 E.)
the
Paso i
9
Well c o n t r o l on t h e t h i c k n e s s o f t h e
Sun tests (T.
l i m i t e d .I nt h e
10 S . ,
Bliss-El
R.
Paso i s
i n theJornada
1W.)
d e l Muerto there are 200 t o more than 230 f e e t present.
Exxon Beard l o c a t i o n (T. 1 4 S.,
the J o r n a d a d e l
and s o u t h o f
feet i nt h e
14 S.
, R.
to the south
10 E.)
R. 2 W.)..'
(T. 22 S.,
with 420 f e e t .
In
t e s t (T. 1 7 S.,
estimated 9 4 0 f e e t i n t h e T u r n e r E v e r e t t
TurnerEvans
(T.
550 f e e t i n ' t h e
R. 1 2 E . )
well (T. 2 2
2 4 S.,
S.,
R. 12 E . ) .
t o an
R. 1 2 E.)
Within
themilitaryreservationtheintervalthickenssouthward
the eroded edge
3724
The B l i s s - E lP a s ot h i c k e n s
i n t h e SacramentoMountainsfrom
feet in the
an e s t i m a t e d 895
i s l i m i t e d t o the H o u s t o n S t a t e
SouthernProductionCloudroft
and1,035
t h e r e are 408 f e e t p r e s e n t ,
Muerto t h e r e a r e
C i t i e s S e r v i c eC o r r a l i t o s
theTularosaBasincontrol
(T.
R. 1 E.)
A t the
from
i n T. 8 S . t o a maximum o f 1 , 2 0 0 f e e t and
p o s s i b l y 1 , 4 0 0 f e e t a t t h e New Mexico-Texas l i n e .
A s has been discussed
northward thinning of the
by Kelley and S i l v e r (1952) and o t h e r s ,
E l Paso i s t h e r e s u l t of e r o s i o n
preceding deposition of the overlying
Group.
A t thepresentnorthern
Upper Ordovician Montoya
limit o f t h e
E l Pasoand
Bliss
t h i s i s f u r t h e r c o m p l i c a t e d by t h e o v e r l a p o f P e n n s y l v a n i a n
sedimentsonto
the Precambrian.-Thepresent
e'astern limits
o f t h e B l i s s - E l Paso i n t h e map a r e a are p o o r l y known.
The
i n t e r v a l was removed by e r o s i o n d u r i n g and f o l l o w i n g u p l i f t o f
the Pedernal block in Late Pennsylvanian-Early
Permian time.
I n p a r t s of the map a r e a and t o t h e e a s t P e r m i a n s e d i m e n t s
overlap Pennsylvanian and o l d e r r o c k s a n d d i r e c t l y
Precambrian.
overlie t h e
,
. I
10
Montoya Group
sub-
The Montoya Group of Late Ordovician age has been
are Cable
dividedintofourformationsthat,inascendingorder,
Canyon Sandstone, Upham Dolomite,and
t i o n s ( f i g . 4).
Aleman and C u t t e r Forma-
The Cable Canyon is a l i g h t - g r a yt ow h i t e
stone, locally conglomeratic and usually
dolomite.
sand-
well cemented w i t h
The o v e r l y i n gf o r m a t i o n sc o n s i s ta l m o s te n t i r e l yo f
present i n t h e Aleman.
dolomitewithabundantchert
upward fromdarkgray
C o l o rv a r i e s
i n t h e Upham t o l i g h t gray i n t h e C u t t e r .
The o u t c r o p d i s t r i b u t i o n
i s e s s e n t i a l l y t h e same a s t h a t o f t h e
B l i s s - E l Pasoexceptthatthenorthernerodededgeofthe
Montoya i s a few miles f a r t h e r s o u t h ( f i g .
that preceded Pennsylvanian deposition, the
overlappedthe
E l Pasoand
5).
P r i o r t o erosion
Montoya probably
B l i s s and r e s t e d d i r e c t l y on t h e
i s based i n p a r t on a p r o b a b l e
Precambrian.Thisassumption
Precambrian source area to the north for sand in the Cable
The Montoya north of
its present extent also
Canyon.
may have been
removed i n p a r t by e r o s i o n a l . p e r i o d s d u r i n g S i l u r i a n a n d
Devonian time.
The i n t e r v a l . i s n o t p r e s e n t
i n t h e Fra C r i s t o b a l
Mountains, a t least where lower Paleozoic rocks are exposed,
but is present to the .northwest in the foothills
Mountains i n T. 8 S . ,
R.
4 W.
.of t h e San. Mateo
(KelleyandFurlow,1965).
The t h i c k n e s s of t h e Montoya i s very uniform where
o v e r l a i n by t h e S i l u r i a n F u s s e l m a n
In this area
thickness and
Texas.
it varies only
Dolomite south of T. 1 4 S .
from 355 t o 495 f e e t i n t o t a l
i s 425 f e e t t h i c k i n t h e F r a n k l i n
The t h i c k e s t s e c t i o n
it i s
Mountainsof
of t h e Montoya known i n t h e map
-~
f
r
a r e a i s i nt h eP l y m o u t h - F e d e r a l
w e l l (T. 20 S . , R:'9'E.),
11
where 495 f e e t were p e n e t r a t e d . I n t h e s o u t h e a s t p a r t o f t h e
of t h e Montoya on t h e west f l a n k o f t h e
map the eroded edge
Pedernal u p l i f t i s i n d i c a t e d .
w e l l (sec. 7,
t h e Montoya i s a b s e n t i n t h e CampbellLieberman
T. 25 S.
, R.
15 E . ) .
east
A s h o r td i s t a n c et ot h e
The i n f l u e n c e o f t h i s
u p l i f t a l s o is evident northeast of
late Paleozoic
Alamogordo.
FusselmanDolomite
The Fusselman c o n s i s t s of l i g h t - t o d a r k - g r a y d o l o m i t e
l o c a l l yc o n t a i n i n ga b u n d a n tc h e r t( f i g .
4).
F o s s i l s are
generallypoorlypreserved,butcollectionsfromvarious
a S i l u r i a na g e .
l o c a l i t i e sh a v ee s t a b l i s h e d
extentof
intervals.
The northward
the Fusselman i s much less t h a n t h a t
of o t h e r P a l e o z o i c
p a r t of t h e a r e a a n d i n t h e S a c r a m e n t o
In t h ew e s t e r n
Mountains,DevonianrocksoverlaptheFusselmanabove
smooth s u r f a c e of e r o s i o n .
a generally
To t h e e a s t t h e n o r t h e r n e x t e n t
is
less because of t h e i n f l u e n c e of Late Pennsylvanian-EarlyPermian
erosion.
Where p r e s e n t i n t h e
San Andres and SacramentoMountains
t h e Fusselman t h i c k e n s g r a d u a l l y t o t h e s o u t h . w i t h l o c a l v a r i a t i o n s
(fig. 6 ) .
I nt h ee x t r e m es o u t h w e s t e r np a r to ft h ea r e at h e
intervalthickens
G r i m well (T.
more a b r u p t l y t o t h e
25 S . ,
R.
Basintheintervalranges
(T.
1 4 S., R. 1 0 E.)
1 E.).
655 f e e t p r e s e n t i n t h e
From w e l l d a t a i n t h e T u l a r o s a
f r o m zero in the
Houston S t a t e 3724
t o a maximum drilledthickness
i n the Texaco Federal G (sec. 33, T. 18 S.,
R.
on p r o j e c t i o n s from wells and outcrops bordering
of 1 1 0 f e e t
8 E.).
Based
the basin t h e
f
("
Fusselmanshouldthickentoas
12
much as 4 0 0 f e e t a t t h e
Texas
border.
Devonian Rocks
Rocks of Devonian age have been subdivided into
f o r m a t i o n s( f i g .
(from t h eb a s e
I n t h e SanAndresMountains
4).
numerous
t h e s ea r e
In
up) Onate, Sly Gap, Contadero and Percha.
general t h e l i t h o l o g y
lesser
i s oneofshaleandsiltstonewith
amounts of sandstoneandlimestone.
are brownish t o d a r k g r a y
The s h a l e s and s i l t s t o n e s
andblack,andcalcareous
or dolomitic.
The s e c t i o n i s similar i n t h e Sacramento.Mountains except that
the ContaderoFormationapparently
In southern
Oteroand
DoiYa
Ana
i s notpresent(Pray,
1961).
Counties a c h e r t y limestone f a c i e s
i s c a l l e dt h eC a n u t i l l oF o r m a t i o n( K o t t l o w s k i ,1 9 6 3 ) .
From w e l l c o n t r o l s o u t h and s o u t h e a s t o f o u t c r o p s i n t h e
Sacramento Mountains t h e t h i c k n e s s
sediments of
i s only 15 t o 80 f e e t , and
Devonian a g e a p p e a r t o b e a b s e n t a l o n g t h e e n t i r e
e a s t e r n e d g e of t h e a r e a ( f i g .
7). In part this
i s due t o non-
d e p o s i t i o n as well a s t o t h e e f f e c t of e r o s i o n a s s o c i a t e d w i t h
t h eP e d e r n a lu p l i f t .
The maximum t h i c k n e s s e s f o r t h e
are 2 3 4 f e e t (LeMone, 1 9 6 9 ) where it c r o p s o u t
Cap a r e a ( T . 2 4 S . ,
(T.
25 S . ,
R.
1E.).
R.
3 E.)
Devonian
i n t h eB i s h o p ' s
and 2 4 5 f e e t i n t h e
G r i m m well
Seager (1973) r e p o r t s a t h i c k n e s s of about
1 9 0 f e e t a t Bishop's Cap, s u g g e s t i n gl o c a lv a r i a t i o n s .A l t h o u g h
p r e s e n t as f a r n o r t h
as Mockingbird Gap (T. 9 S . , R. 5 E . )
i n t e r v a l i s absent i n t h e F r a C r i s t o b a l a n d
Mountains.
most of the Caballo
However, w e s t ofTruthorConsequences
p r e s e n t i n t h e Mud SpringsMountains
i n T.
the
1 3 S.,
1 0 5 f e e t are
R.
4 W.
i
i'
Wells i n the Tularosa Basin south and
13
west of Alamogordo
In the
p e n e t r a t e d from 45 t o 6 8 f e e t o f Devonian sediments.
i n t h en o r t h e r np a r to ft h e
Houston w e l l (T. 1 2 S . , R. 9 E . )
b a s i nt h ei n t e r v a l
i s 116 f e e tt h i c k .T h i st h i c k n e s ss u g g e s t s
t h a t t h e Devonian may e x t e n d f a r t h e r n o r t h i n t o t h e
Sierra
B l a n c a syncline.
M i s s i s s i p p i a n Rocks
a number of
Mississippian s t r a t a have been subdivided into
formations and mnkers ( f i g . . 4 )
.
I na s c e n d i n go r d e rt h ef o r m a t i o n s
..
.
~.
are Caballero, Lake V a l l e y , L a s Cruces,Rancheria,
i s limestone with abundant chert in
The dominantrocktype
members o f t h e
and H e l m s .
Lake ValleyFormationand
in the Rancheria
Formation.Shaleswithnodularlimestone
C a b a l l e r o and p a r t s o f t h e
some
makeup
most o f t h e
Lake Valley.
I n t h e Caballo Mountains Mississippian rocks are present
o n l yi nt h es o u t h e r np a r t
of t h er a n g e( f i g .
8).
The t h i c k n e s s
i s o n l y 40 feet and i s r e s t r i c t e d t o a remnant of the
Formation.In
the SanAndresMountains
andRancheriaarefoundonly
t h eC a b a l l e r o ,
Latherabruptlyto
i n AshCanyon
of Hembrillo
(T.
Almost
thinning
Canyon (T. 1 8 S.
Canyon (T. 16 S.,
Canyon t h e t h i c k n e s s
Else-
L a k e Valley.
1 9 S . , R. 4 E . ) ,
315 f e e t i n SanAndres
and t o 82 f e e t i nH e m b r i l l o
L a s Cruces,
i nt h es o u t h e r ne x p o s u r e s .
w h e r et h eM i s s i s s i p p i a ni s . r e s t r i c t e dt ot h e
450 f e e t a r ep r e s e n t
Lake Valley
R.
3 E.).
is fairly uniform with
, R.
North
62
f e e t a t Rhodes Canyon ( T . 13 S . , R. 4 E . ) and 42 t o 75 f e e t i n
t h en o r t h e r np a r to ft h er a n g e .
The u n i t i s absent i n t h e
southern part of.the Oscura Mountains where
i t i s overlapped by
4 E.),
c
("
14
measured by Pray
P e n n s y l v a n i a ns e d i m e n t s .I ns u r f a c es e t i o n s
the s e q u e n c e v a r i e s
( 1 9 6 1 ) i n t h e SacramentoMountains
from 1 9 0
to 4 6 0 feet i n t h i c k n e s s .M i s s i s s i p p i a nf o r m a t i o n si d e n t i f i e d
i n the area i n c l u d e t h e C a b a l l e r o ,
H e l m s ; .tlre'la%krtwoformations
exposures.Southof
Lake V a l l e y , Rancheria and
are restricted t o t h e southern
are p r e s e n t i n
Alamogordo massivebioherms
the Lake Valley Formation.
S i m i l a r t o t h e Devonian, M i s s i s s i p p i a n rocks are t h i c k e r
f a r t h e r t o t h e n o r t h i n the T u l a r o s a B a s i n t h a n t h e y
San AndresMountains
o rJ o r n a d a
reservationthethicknessvaries
del Muerto.Within
fromzero
are i n t h e
the military
i n the northtoabout
500 f e e t i n t h e s o u t h w e s t e r n . p a r t of t h e T u l a r o s a B a s i n .
rocks o c c u r r e d p r i o r
Considerable erosion of Mississippian
t oP e n n s y l v a n i a nd e p o s i t i o ni n
much of t h e a r e a .
overlapped older Paleozoic rocks and,
north of
where p r e s e r v e d t o t h e
the eroded edge, now rests d i r e c t l y on t h e Precambrian.
Pre-Pennsylvanianerosion
part of
The M i s s i s s i p i a n
i s less important i n t h e s o u t h e r n
the area and e a s t e r n t h i n n i n g and absence
of t h e i n t e r v a l
i s a s s o c i a t e d w i t h the b u r i e d P e d e r n a l u p l i f t .
Pennsylvanian Rocks
Sediments deposited d u r i n g P e n n s y l v a n i a n t i m e c o n s i s t o f
a complex sequenceoflimestone,shale,sandstone,conglomerate
and minor a n h y d r i t e and d o l o m i t e( f i g .
Pennsylvanian comprises rocks deposited
9).
Most of t h e
i n a marine environment
w i t h various shelf, basin and deltaic features and
changes.Biohermal
rapid facies
reefs a r e common i n p a r t s of t h e s e c t i o n .
The Pennsylvanian sequence, along with part of
t h e lower Permian,
3000'
2 500'
2000'
1500'
/
/
/
I 000'
500'
I O?'
?;
F I G U R E 9S T R A T I G R A P H I CS E C T I O N S
O F P E N N S Y L V A N I A NR O C K S
Composite sections modified from Kottlowski, et aI (1956), and
Pray (1961)
.
.
15
sediments f o r t h e g e n e r a t i o n
contains the most probable
and
accumulation of hydrocarbons i n t h e a r e a o f t h i s r e p o r t .
Pennsylvanian sediments appear
presentovertheentirearea.
t o havebeenoriginally
Where t h e s e d i m e n t s a r e
now a b s e n t
erosiontookplaceduringtheLatePennsylvanian/Early
I
Permian
u p l i f t of t h e P e d e r n a l b l o c k o r d u r i n g t h e L a r a m i d e u p l i f t s
t h a t began i n t h e Late Cretaceous andformed
t h e p r e s e n t mountain
ranges.
Although t h e P e n n s y l v a n i a n h a s b e e n d i v i d e d l o c a l l y i n t o
formations, i t i s more common
now
t o use series names based on
b i o s t r a t i g r a p h i cz o n a t i o n .I ns o u t h - c e n t r a l
New Mexico t h e s e
are Morrow (Lower Pennsylvanian) , DerryandDesmoines(Middle
Pennsylvanian),andMissouriandVirgil(UpperPennsylvanian).
Equivalent terms u s e d i n the PermianBasin
Mexico a r e Morrow, Atoka o r Bend,Strawn,
of s o u t h e a s t e r n New
Canyon andCisco.
I n theCaballoMountainsKelleyandSilver
(1952) r e f e r r e d t o
Pennsylvanian s t r a t a as t h e Magdalena Group and named t h r e e
formations:
Red House, c o m p r i s i n gt h el o w e rt h i r d
MagdalenaGroup;Nakaye,
third.
TheRed
t h em z a d l et h i r d ;a n d
House c o n s i s t sm o s t l y
of the
B a r B,
theupper
of thin-beddedlimestone
a n ds h a l ec o n t a i n i n gl i m e s t o n en o d u l e s .T h e r e
is a t h i n
sandstone a t the b a s e and a c o n g l o m e r a t i c s a n d s t o n e n e a r t h e
middle of t h e unit.
The Nakaye i s madeup
t h i c k t o massive b e d s o f l i m e s t o n e
chert.
The B a r B i s s i m i l a r t o t h e
p e r c e n t a g eo fs h a l e .
a l m o s te n t i r e l y
of
commonly containing abundant
Red House but has a h i g h e r
The uppermost p a r t of t h i s u n i t i n c l u d e s
reddish-brown s i l t s t o n e ,l i m e s t o n ec o n g l o m e r a t e ,a n dc a l c a r e o u s
sandstone i n a t r a n s i t i o n zone w i t h t h e o v e r l y i n g r e d b e d s o f
16
f
Age d e t e r m i n a t i o n s were n o t made f o r t h e
t h e Lower Permian.
f o r m a t i o nbs ubt a s e d
on
Derry Hills a t t h e s o u t h e r n
Mud SpringsMountains,
endof
theCaballoMountains,the
and t h e SanAndresMountains;where
f u s u l i n i ds t u d i e sh a v eb e e nc o n d u c t e d
c o r r e l a t i o n sc a n
Derryinterval;
i n the
comparisons
with
sections
be made.
Nakayewould
(Thompson, 1 9 4 2 ) , t e n t a t i v e
The Red House would r e p r e s e n t t h e
represent the
Desmoines; andBar
series.
E would i n c l u d e b o t h t h e M i s s o u r i a n d V i r g i l
Rocks of
Morrowan a g e h a v e n o t b e e n r e c o g n i z e d i n t h i s a r e a ( K o t t l o w s k i ,
I
1960).
In the
San Andres Mountains t h e D e r r y c o n s i s t s
l i m e s t o n e ,s h a l e ,a n d
a basalconglomerate
d e r i v e d from t h eM i s s i s s i p p i a n .
are mostly cherty limestone
of sandstone,
of c h e r t p e b b l e s
Rocks a s s i g n e dt o
the Desmoines
and t h e M i s s o u r i i n t e r b e d d e d
s t o n e and s h a l e .S e d i m e n t a r yr o c k so fV i r g i l i a na g e
were named
e t a l . , . 1 9 5 6 ) .T h i su n i t
thePantherSeepFormation(Kottlowski
c o n s i s t sm o s t l yo fs h a l e ,s a n d s t o n e ,a n dl i m e s t o n e . 'I n
southern part of
lime-
the
t h e range two beds of gypsum a r e p r e s e n t i n
the upper p a r t o f t h e f o r m a t i o n . B i o h e r m a l r e e f s o c c u r i n t h e
PantherSeep
.
i n the Hembrillo Canyon area (T. 1 6 S . , R.
IntheSacramentoMountainsPray
( 1 9 6 1 ) s u b d i v i d e dt h e
P e n n s y l v a n i a ni n t ot h r e ef o r m a t i o n s .
are Gobbler, B e e m a n , andHolder.
r a n g ei na g ef r o m
From t h eb a s e
two f a c i e s , o n e
the other
.. .
up t h e s e
S t r a t a a s s i g n e dt ot h eG o b b l e r
Morrowan ( ? ) t om i d d l eM i s s o u r i a n .
part of this interval consists of coarse quartz sandstone
darklimestone
3 E.).
with b l a c kc h e r tm a s s e s .
The lower
and
The upper p a r t i n c l u d e s
of l i m e s t o n e named the Bugg S c u f f l e Member and
an unnamed d e t r i t a l facies of s h a l e and q u a r t z sand-
stone with only minor limestone. The two facies are contemporaneous and the change from
one to the other is abrupt. Pray
notes
that
in
a lateral
feet of limestone
changesto a section
material
direction.
almost
nearly1,000
entirely
of
northto northeastern change to
terrigenous detritus. The
clastic
of
3 to 4 miles
distance
suggests
a deltaic
environmentin this
The eastern component further suggests that
pre-Pennsylvanian
sediments
were
eroded
farther
to the
south
in the northern Sacramento Mountains. Kottlowski
(1960) also
indicates
The
this
source
Beeman
direction
Formation
is
for
clastic
rather
sediments.
uniform
consisting
mostly
of thin-bedded limestone and calcareous shale. Sandstone beds
increase
in
thickness
and
number afrom
basinal
facies
on
the
west to a shelf facies in the east. Sandstones
in the Beeman
contain
Gobbler;
more
this
feldspar
fact
clasts
than
suggests
a nearer
they
source
do
in
and
the
underlying
increasing
tectonic instability. Sediments of the Holder Formation are of
shallow-shelf
marine
origin
with
some
nonmarine
rocks
in
northeasternmost exposures. The interval is absent in eastern
outcrop
areas
of
erosion
associated
the:Pennsylvanian,
with
the
where
major
it
period
was
of
removed
uplift
of
by
the
Pedernal block. In additionto bedded limestone,the Holder
includes deposits of red shale, nodular limestone, limestone
conglomerate, chert and quartzite pebble conglomerate, sandstone,
and feldspathic sandstone. Clastic material increases upward
in the section. Bioherms at approximately the same latitude as
in
the
San
Andres
Mountains
are present
in
the
lower
part
of
the
c
18
Holder. Gypsum beds arenot present in the outcrops of the
Sacramento Mountains. However, two beds of gypsum in the upper
part
of
the
Pennsylvanian
well (T.26S.,
were
penetrated
in
the
Seaboard
Trigg
R.11E.).
The isopach mapof.the Pennsylvanian (fig. 10) indicates
the
approximate
uplift
eroded
anda possible
Numerous
front,
buried
and
edge
location
along
for
faults
are probably
the
of the
thickness
the
one
westofflank
the Pedernal
of
the
present
bordering
east
of the
Pennsylvanian
faults.
Sacramento
would
vary
much
more
than indicatedin.this area. The maximum outcrop thickness of
Pennsylvanian
Sacramento
This
Mountains
thick
strated
This
strata
is about 3,000 feet
by
sequence
the
southern
extends
section
Pennsylvanian
basin.
and
the
part
of the
across
penetrated
depositional
in
the
in
basin
northern
San
Andres
Tularosa
the
Basin
Texaco
has
been
Mountains.
and
called
as
demon-
Plymouth
the
Orogran
The Pennsylvanian section thins to the west across the
Jornada del
Muerto
to
slightly
over 1,000 feet
in
5 0 0 .and.~60OYfeet
in the
Mountains and between
Corralitos well (T.22S., R.2W.).
the
Cities
Caballo
Service
Slightly less than1,000 feet
7
are present in the Oscura Mountains. Over
2,500 feet
measured in the
foothills
of
the
San
Mateo
1960), and contouring suggests
a northwestern
Orogrande
basin
across
this
of
Permian
age
(Kottlowski,
continuation
of
area.
Permian
Rocks
were
Mountains
include
Rocks
the
Abo, Hueco,
Bursum,
Yeso
we
the
19
and San Andres Formations (fig.
11). In the northern part of
the
study
area
the
Glorieta
Sandstone
'and
Bernal
Formation
are
present. These are not treated separately in this report.
Bursum-Hueco-Ab0
The
facies
lower
part
of the
change
Formatiop
in
Formations
from
the
Permian
mostly
north
is
characterized a marked
by
continental
to
marine
red
beds
limestones
A
b0
of
of
the
the
Hueco
Formation in the south.' The red shale, siltstone, and arkosic
conglomerate
The
and
source
where
sandstone
of the
of
the 'clastic
erosiono f the
preexisting
Ab0
were
mater'ial
was
'uplifting
Paleozoic
deposited
to
Pedernal
sediments
from
the
by
east
Mountains
Ordovician
rivers.
and
was
to
northeast
removing
Pennsylvanian
qge and was exposi.ng the Precambrian core. Transitional with
the
underlying
reflect
From
the
the
changing
limestone
pennsylyanjan
stone,
with
Pennsylvanian
red
the
and
conditions
and
dark
section'
gray
of red
amount
the
strata
sedimentary
br'ought
about
shale
the 'of
upper
changes
to one
shale,'
shale
are
by
part
this
of
'of.interbedded
sandstone
and
rocks
'and
sandstone
limestone
.increasing
that
uplift.
the
limeconglomerate
upward.
This tranqitional zone 'is generally referred to as the Bursum
popation in
i.t
the
In this
south-'central
Laborcita
Fopnation
xapid.lateea1
Mexico
in
the
'northern
toward the Pedernal uplift. In ',a distance
of
1% miles
the
floodplain
.from.
environment
an
and
changes'
9acramento
to
changes
facies
although (.1959)
'Otte named
occur
section
area
New
open-marine
includes
the
'environment
a terrestrial
to
fringing
reefs.
Mountains
east
Scn Andrer MIS.
.....
20
In the San Andres Mountains at Rhodes Canyon CT.13S.. R.3E.I
the
Bursum
is
overlain
by
thin-bedded
limestone,
sandstone,
and
shale of the Hueco Formation. In the northern part of the range
this
interval
is
not
Ab0 the
directly
and
present
overlies
the
Bursum. The 'Hueco thickens to the south and directly overlies
the Pennsylvanian at Ash Canyon (T.l8S.,
R.3E.).
Sacramento
extends
Mountains
the
Pendejo
R.11E. and
.to.T.17$.,
north
In the
tongue
of the
Hueco
separatesthe
Ab0
Limestone
red beds
into lower and upper members. From the depositipnal limit in
T.17S. th.e Pendejo
and
in
eyentually
the
merges
southeen
Both
thickenst o over
with
of the
part
thered bed
and
'the
300
feet
in T.l9S., R.11E.
inai.n
body
the of
Hueco
Limestone
area,
marine
facies
are
considered
to
be
of
Lower Penian (Wolfcampian) age based on fusulinids collected
from the limestones. Upper beds
of the
Leonardian
age
Because
of
exploration
for
but
the
conclusive
Ab0
may
in
part
be
of
fossil isdata
not available.
'of the
.importance
marine
of1
and,gas,.two'isopach
facies
of the
'naps
in
Lower
12) is of the total
Permian hgye beeri pcepaxed. The first (fig.
...
Bursum-Huecointervalandthesedond(fig.131
facies,
members
thus
ip
including
the
of the.~Abo
red-bed
'lower
(.PQW+~OW
Conglomerate) and upper
the southe'rn part of the area. The marine facies of
0 0 feet
the Bursum-Hueco thi'ckens southward from less 5than
the
Qscura
Mountains
to
over
(.T.25S, ,R.lE.) and to aver
2,500
test (.T,26S., Fi.llE.1,
3,500
feet
in
in
feet Gin
r i mthe
well
the
Seaboard
Trig9
i s absent inthe northeastern
The 'interval
of Alamogordo.
part of the area, north.'from the 'vicinity
This
c
21
absence isthe result
ofa combination
of
events
involving
nondeposition, facies changes, and erosion. In contrast with
the marine facies the
Ab0 red beds (fig. 13) thin
south andare
absent
in
much
of
the
from
extreme
north
southern
to
part
of
study area except in the vicinity of the Pedernal.uplift.
A
depositional
basin
over
1,500 feet of sediments
receiving
evident inthe northeastern part of the map.
The
basin
are
defined
penetrated in
the
by
oil
tests
Standard
of
Texaco Federal (.T.7$., R.9E.).
asa source
continued
locally
Yeso
overlapped
for
on
with
Texas
the
limits
thickest
is
of
this
sections
Heard
6S., (T.
R. 9E. ) and
the
To the east the Pedernal uplift
clastic
this
material
Aand
b0 red
by
of the
sediments
Lower
Permian
high
beds
Yeso
are
Formation.
Formation
The
Yeso
Formation
Similar tothe Abo, the
is
Yeso
of
thins
to
the
Leonardian
south
from
age.
the
14) and is absent
depositional basin in the Carrizozo area (fig.
in the southwestern part of the study area. In the Carrizozo
basin over4 , 0 0 0 feet o f sediments
as shown bythe section
Heard
the
on
and
Texaco
Pedernal
Precambrian
The
Yeso
penetrated
Federal
uplift,
accumulated
in
The
wells.
where
'
it
the
unit
during
Yeso
time
of Texas
Standard
thins
overlaps
Ab0 the
and
to
the
rests
east
onto
directly
rocks.
consists
o f a complex
suite
of
sedimentary
rocks
including red to orange sandstone and shale, limestone, dolomite
and gypsum-anhydrite (fig. 11).
In addition bedded salt is
t
22
p r e s e n t i n the n o r t h e a s t b a s i n ;
it w a s encountered i n t h e
Standard ofTexasHeard,Texaco
F e d e r a l , and HoustonJLewelling
(T.l2S.,
R.9E.).
Adequatelogs
were n o t a v a i l a b l e t o d e t e r m i n e
I n the Texaco well
t h e thickness of s a l t i n the S t a n d a r d test.
a t o t a l of 418 f e e t of s a l t was p e n e t r a t e d i n c l u d i n g
two beds
near t h e base of t h e Yeso t h a t are from 40 t o 5 0 f e e t t h i c k .
In t h e Houston well there were 1 7 3 f e e t of s a l t w i t h t h e lowermost
I
bed bei.ng 1 2 6 f e e t
of a l m o s t - c o n t i n u o u s s a l t . '
The p r e s e n t e x t e n t
of sqlt i n the Yeso i n . t h i s area' i s n o t known.
d e p o s i t e d it mqy.have been continuous
the southernProduction.Clouacroft
S t a n o l i n d Thorn (T,21$,,
increases to the
decreases,
R.4E.1..
As originally
a t least as f a r s o u t h a s
(:T.l7S.,
and t h e
R.1ZE.)
T h e p e r c e n t of c a r b o n a t er o c k s
south and t h e amount of gypsum-anhydrite
Although.absent
$an AndresMountains
i nt h ee x p o s u r e si nt h es o u t h e r n
anhydrite ' i s p r e s e n t i n the lower part of
the Yeso a t l e a s t as f a r s o u t h 3 s t h e SeaboardTrigg
t h e Texas l i n e i n T.26S:,
w e l l near
R.11E.
San Andres Limestone
The isopach map of the San Andres Formation (.fig. 1 5 )
includes sandstone 'intervals of
i n t h e lower p a r t , andxedbedsof
u p p e rp a r t .
t h e G l o r i e t a and Hondo Formations
the Bernal Formation in the
With'the 'exception of t h e n o r t h e r n p a r t o f t h e s t u d y
area th,ese beds make Up only a small p a r t of t h e t o t a l t h i c k n e s s
of t h i s i n t e r v a l .
T h e bdlk'of t h es e q u e n c ec o n s i s t so fd o l o m i t e
and dolom$,ticlirqestone'typi.ca1
San A n d r e s c r o p s o u t e k t e n s i v e l y
SacramentoMountains,
of t h e $anAndres
(.fig. 11). The
on t h e e a s t e r n s l o p e of t h e
The 3 . e p o s i t i o n a l limit i n d i c a t e d on t h e
23
map south and southwest
The SanAndres'
mate.
the
of
SanAndresMountains
also i.s abs'entover
e a s t e r n p a r t of t h e T u l a r o s a B a s i n
T h i s i s the r e s u l t
Mountains.
i s approxi-
a largeareain
the
and i n t h e western Sacramento
of e r o s i o n a s s o c i a t e a w i t h t h e
u p l i f t o f the. SacranentoMountains..Locally
be preserved i.n downfaulted blocks
some San
?mares may
i.n t h e eastern p a r t of t h e
Tularosa Basin.
Because . o f . t h e ' l a r g e ' o u t c r o p ' ares and few o i l t e s t s t h a t
p e n e t r a t e .a complete 'secti,on o r t h e San A n d r e s , t h e t h i c k n e s s
canonly
Wells i n t h e Jornada d e l Muerto c l e a r l y
be generalLzed,
show t h e southward t h i n n i n g .
i n t h e San AndresMountains
nearthesouth
T h e onlycompletesectionmeasured
wa.s a t Love Ranch (.T.ZOS.,
end o f t h e r a n g e , '
The r e p o r t e d t h i c k n e s s a t
l o c a l i t y i s 384 f e e t , a l t h o u g h s o n e o r
a c t u a l l y be p a r t
Qf
R.4E.)
this
a l l of t h i s s e c t i o n may
t h e Yeso Foritlation,
The t h i c k e s t s e c t i o n of
San Endres known i,n
Levelling
test
th.e .study area i s 935 f e e t i n t h e Houston 1
..
CT J Z S , R. 9E. 1
Based on' l i w i t e d p a l e o n t o l u g i . c a P s t u d i e s t h e
San m d r e s is
considered t o b e . o f Lover' tQMLddle '(Leonardjian t o Guadalupian)
Permian age,
Me'sozdic Rocks
No atterript has been made t o i s o p a c h t h e eroded remnants
o f Mesozoic rocks,Outcrops
area's are shown Cf+.g. 1.6). along
y i t h thicknesses from'measured secti.ons
and o i l and gas tests.
mere not repioved by erosion', Trjassic sediments are p r e s e n t
a c r o s s th.e n o r t h e r n p a r t of the area.
T h e 'approximatesouthern
24
extent of the Triassic is indicated in fig.
16.
Beyond this
southern
by
extent
the
Triassic
is
overlapped
of Upper
sediments
Cretaceous age. Rocks of Triassic age are generally referred to
Exposures near
17).
the Dockuin Group in this area (fig.
Carrizozo
o f the
equivalents
include
basal
Santa
Rosa
Sandstone
and overlying Chinle Shale. The Santa Rosa consists of red
sandstone with lenses
of
red
shale
and
siltstone
and
some
quartz
and chert pebble conglomerate. (Smith and Budding, 1959). The
Chinle is mostly red and purple mudstone and sandstone. The
Dockum thins from
600 feet northof Carrizozo (T.5S., R.11E.) to
390 feet inthe Houston well (T.lZS., R.9E.).
It is absent
farther south in T.l5S., R.l3E., where Cretaceous rocks rest
directly
The
onthe San
outcrop
the
Upper
and
exposures.of
Andres
Formation
distribution
Cretaceous
Dakota,
Lower
of
(Pray
and
Cretaceous
Mancos,
Cretaceous
and
rocks
Allen,
1956).
rocks
is
Mesaverde
in
the
limited
to
Formations
southern
part
the map area. Not included is the McRae Formation exposed in
the
Caballo
&&erto.or the
Mountains
Cub
and
Mountain
the
western
Formation
part
(Bodine,
Sierra Blanca area. Bothof these units may
be
of
the
Jornada
1956)
in the
in
part
of
Cretaceous age. The maximum preserved thickness of Upper
Cretaceous
rocks
is
3,145
feet
at a measured
sectionin the
Caballo Mountains (T.14S., R.4W.). The indicated thickness of
3,588
feetin the
Beard1 Jomada (T.14S., R.1W.)
part of the McRae Formation.
may
include
The southernmost exposureof
Upper Cretaceous rocks is at the Love Ranch section (T.20S.,
of preservation
R.3E.) in the San Andres Mountains. The extent
del
of
25
of Cretaceous rocks in the Tularosa Basin is not known. The
Texaco
.
and
Plymouth
wells
drilled
in the
eastern
part
of
the
basin south of Alamogordo began in Paleozoic sediments at the
surface or beneath valley-fill deposits. To the north the
Houston 1 Lewelling.(sec. 12, T.12S., R.9E.) penetrated 150 feet.
Rocks
of
Lower
Cretaceous
age
are
exposed
the East Potrillo Mountains (T.28S..
R-ZW.), at
at
Love
Cerrode
Ranch,
in
Cristo
Rey CT.29S., R.4E.1, in the Hueco Mountains (T.26S., R.lOE.),
and
in
the
96 feet
of
Cornudas
black
Mountains
(T.26S., Rs. 13
shale
and
green
to
1956).
at Love Ranch (.Kottlowski, et al.,
Mountains
of
the
Lower
limestone
in
Cretaceous
part
silty
to
&
tan
14E. )
.
About
sandstone
are
present
In the East Potrillo
consists
sandy,
of
from
limestone
840
and
to
1,570
chert
pebble conglomerate, claystone, siltstone, and sandstone (Bowers,
1960, and Hoffer, 1976). About2,100 feet are exposedat Cristo
Rey. The sediments are mostly gray to black limestone and shale,
but
include
siltstone,
sandstone,
and
minor
conglomerate
(Lovejoy, 1976). About 250 feet of Lower Cretaceous shale,
sandy
limestone,
sandstone,
and
minor
conglomerate
flank
the
intrusives of the Cornudas Mountains (Zapp, 1941;
T i m , 1941;
and Clabaugh, 1941).
The
only
subsurface
information
for Lower
Cretaceous
strata
is from the
G r h well (,T.2~5S., R.lE.), where about1,300 feet
were penetrated berieath Tertiary sediments. Also in this test
a marine Jurassic section of 670 feet was drilled. isThis
the
only
known
Jurassic
occurrence
in
the
study
the only
area
and
feet
1500'
1000'
500'
100'
io'
0'
FIGURE 17 STRATIGRAPHIC S E C T I O N S OF M E S O Z O I C R O C K S
Composite sections modified from Kottlowski,et (11 (19561, Smith and Budding (1959), and Eodine (1956)
.
c
26
marine Jurassicin New Mexico. It is doubtful that this sequence
of rocks
is
present
very
far
north
or
Tertiary/Quaternary
The
general
outcrop
rocks is shownin fig. 18.
eastG r i
of
m well,
the
Pocks
distribution
of
Tertiary/Quaternary
The subdivisions have been simplified
1965) into four
from the State Geologic Map (Dane and Bachman,
units. These are Tertiary intrusives, Tertiary volcanics,
Quaternary-Tertiary
Quaternary
In
the
volcanic
end
of
Dosa
basalt
area
rocks
the
Ana
bolson
deposits
and
Santa
Fe Group,
and
flows.
surrounding
and
the
associated
Caballo
sediments
Mountains,
Mountains,
and
on
military
Sierra
the
reservation
crop
de
west
out
las
and
Tertiary
at
Uvas,
northern
the
southern
Robledo
sides
and
of
the
Sierra Blanca intrusive. The only outcrops of these rocks
within
the
military
cornerof the
northwestern
and
Organ
range
are
at
Cerro
and
in
the
the
Organ
Colorado
southern
in
San
rocks
exposed
sequenceof rhyolite
in
tuffs
overlain
Mountains
by
andesite
consist
of a
flows,
1935 and
rhyolite ash-flow tuffs, and rhyolite flows (Dunham,
Seager, 1973).
The section is over4,100 feet thick.. To the
(.T.26S., R.1E.)
southwest the Texaco Weaver well
volcanics
after
penetrating
4,170 feet of
flows
bottomed'in
and
tuffs
of
rhyolitic to andesitic composition (Kottlowski, Foster, and
Wengerd, 1969).
In the Grim well to the north the total
the
Andres
Mountains.
Volcanic
lower
reservati.on
27
thickness of volcanics is3,940 feet. In the southern part of
the
Robledo
drilled
Mountains
2,570
feet
the
of
Sinclair
rhyolite
Do%a
and
Ana
test R.1W.
(T.22S.,
quartz-latite
)
flows
and
tuffs
in fault contact with underlying Paleozoic rocks. The large
volcanic
of
massof the
approximately
Sierra
3,500
de
feet
las
of
Uvas
includes
a lower
tuffaceous
sequence
mudstone,
sandstone,
breccia, and conglomerate of andesite-latite detritus (Clemons,
1976, 1977). This interval,. known as the Palm Park Formation,
also
is
exposed
estimated tobe
The
small
in
at
the
least
outcrop
in
consists of a maximum
Caballo
1,000
the
Mountains
feet
(Kelley
southern
of2,100 feet
where
part
of
of
the
and
thickness
Silver,
the.
conglomerate
San
and
was
1952).
Andres
Mounta
siltstone
of nonvolcanic pre-Tertiary rocks. The only
with clasts made up
volcanic
This
material
interval,
correlative
present ais
thin
known
with
the
as
the
Palm
lens
Love
Park
of
andesite
Ranch
and
is
tuff-breccia.
Formation,
included
may
be
with
the
Tertiar
volcanic sequencefor this reason. Overlying the Palm Park
Formation
in
the
Sierra
de
las
2,000
feet
are
about
Uvas
of
tuff,
basalt, basaltic andesite, and associated sediments.
To the
north at Cerro Colorado
(T.5S., R.2E.) the
consists
of
latite
conglomerates
and
volcanic
sequence
pyroclastics
overlain
by
andesitic flows (Weber, 1963). No volcanic rocks have been
encountered
although
beneath
the
theyare probably
alluvial
present
fill
in
in
the
the
Sornada
southern
part
del
of
Muerto
the
basin.
Volcanic
rocks
are
widely
exposed
in
the
northeast
of
part
the map area. These rocks consist mostly of andesitic flows,
28
tuffs, and agglomerates (Bodine, 1956; Griswold, 1959).
Tertiary
intrusives
in
the
map
area
include
a wide variety
of rock types. Within the military reservation are the diorites,
granodiorites,
and
and
1964);
the Organ
Craddock,
monzonites
of
the
Jarilla
Mountain
Mountains
batholith
of
(Schmidt
monzonite
and quartz monzonite (Dunham, 1935); the rhyolite
sills of
Salinas Peak (Bachman and Harbour, 1970); and the syenites
of
the Hueco Mountains (Richardson, 1909).In the surrounding-area
the
Cornudas
Mountains
are
made
up
of
augite
syenite,
nepheline
.
syenite, and trachyte and phonolite porphyries. The intrusive
rocks of the
syenite,
Sierra
and
Intrusive
Blanca
possibly
dikes
complex
some
and
consist
of
monzonite,
diorite,
granite.
sills
have
been
encountered
in
numerous
wells drilled for oil and gas in this area. For the most part
these are fairly thin, normally less 100
thanfeet thick. The
Phillips Turquoise well CT.20S., R.9E.) located north the
of
Jarilla
before
Mountains
being
Alluvium
drilled
almost
abandoned
in this
underlying
5,300 offeet
a diorite
intrusive
material,
the
Jornada
del
Muerto
and
Tularosa
Basin has not been differentiated for this report.
It includes
Quaternary
bolson
deposits
and
the
underlying
Tertiary FeSanta
Group. Very little 'information is available on the thickness
of these sediments. A test drilled for White Sands Missile..
Range in the Tularosa Basin (T.22S., R.5E.) penetrated 6,005
feet of fill without
test (.T.25S., R.7E.l
fill. The
drilling
the
'entire
section.
The Ernest
did drill into older rocks after 2,185
feetof
Houston
..1LeWelling'(T.l2S-.
iR.9E.)
encountered.-215 offeet
29
alluvium above Cretaceous sediments. The €ill is generally thin
in
the
Jornada
del
Muerto
with 60only
to 160 feet
present
in
most wells. The Beard1 Jornada (T.14S., R.1W.I had a reported
feet of sediments above the Cretaceous. However, this
2,250
may
include
strata
Quaternary
of
basalt
the
McRae
flows
Formation.
are
of little
importance
in
evaluating the oil and gas potential. They are normally thin
and
occur
only
in
limited
outcrops
within
the
mi'litary
reservation. These are the Carrizozo and Jornada flows in the
northern
partof the
reservation..
STRUCTURE
The major structural
featuresof the
area
are
shown
in
fig. 2. Within the military reservation these include the
southern
part
of
the
Sacramento
Mountains,
Otero
Mesa,
northern
Hueco Mountains, Tularosa Basin, Jarilla Mountains, Oscura, San
Andres,
Organ
and
northern
Franklin
Mountains,
and
the
eastern
part~ofthe Jornada del Muerto. Structure within the Tularosa
Basin is poorly known. From
a regional standpoint it is
a large
graben
flanked
Mountains
and
to
on
the
the
east
west
by
by
the
east-dipping.Sacramento
the
west-dipping
San
Andres
Moun-
tains. The structural reliefalong.themargins of the basin can
only be inferred from sparse
well control. From exposed
Precambrian
west
a few
in
tbe
Organ
Mountains
to
the
well
drilled
on
sideof the Tularosa Basin (T.22S., R.5E.)--a distance . of
miles--there
may
be
as asmuch
14,000 feet
of
structural
the
r
30
relief. Along the Sacramento escarpment somewhat better control
is available between outcrops of Precambrian rocks (T.l9S.,
R.1OE.I
and the Texaco Federal
F (T.18S.,
on the
frontal
of 9,000 feet.
fault
of
Here the displacement
Ii.lOE.1.
the
Sacramento
Mountains
is
on
the
order
The Sqrilla block wi.thin the Tularosa Basin is
of the block
much more complex than indicated, The southern part
appears
to
be
much
higher
than
the
northern
part
based
on
projections from outcrops of Pqleozoic rocks.
.The Texaco and
Plymouth
north
wells
but
indicate
is
still
that
this
probably
block
is
structurally
downclropped
higher
than
to
the
the
basin
to the west. The Jarilla block appears to continue
at least as
far north as T.l5S.,
R.8E.,
where
strata
of
the
Yeso
Formation
are exposed. The west-bounding faultof the Sacramento uplift
is
continuedto.the north
based
on
exposures
in
the
Three
Rivers
area.
The
major
structural
features
of
the
area
are
related
to
Laramide orogeny that began in .Late Cretaceous time. Displacement
is
still
taking
place
as
evidenced
from
fault
scarps
cutting recent fans. In the eastern Sacramento Mountains and
continuing
south.into
Texas,
the
'uplift
of
the
Pedernal
block
began in Late Pennsylvanian. This structural high
was later
buried by sedimentation during Permian time. The block-faulting
that
gave
trend
to
rise
to
the
Pedernal
that the
of Central
Basin
uplift
i s similar in
Platform
in
age
and
southeastern
of the area
Mexico and west Texas. Thus the southeastern part
as
suggested
graben
blocks
from
the
available
to those
similar
that
of horst and
control
a series
is
flank
the
western of
side
New
the
Central
Basin
Platform.
OIL AND GAS EVALUATION
gas
As a result
of
the
exploration
there
long
have
period
of restrictions
been
no
on
significant
oil
tests
and
drilled
within the military reservation (fig.
19 and table 1). Zf the
&%?ea had been
open,
particularly
and
the
embargo
This
during
current
and
the
conclusion
and
is
wells.would
active
activity
increases
southwestern
for
explorabory
in
the
evident
began
west-central
following
price
of crude
from
the
New
been..drilled
programs
of the 1950's
drilling
that
have
oil
and
activity
Mexico
accumulationof hydrocarbons i s much
the
lower
natural
in
where
than
Arab
gas.
parts
the
in
oil
of
potential
the
Tularosa Basin. This conclusion alsois supported by exploration
in
the
Jornada
del Muerto
where
five
wells
were
drilled
between
1970 and 1975.
The
lackof exploration
Tularosa
Basin,
structures
along
because
except
with
of
the
around
the
difficulty
alluvial
cover,
margins
of the
of
makes
locating
an
favorable
evaluation
of
the
hydrocarbon potential exceedingly difficult. The approach used
is
to
evaluate
of testing
the
inthe
overall
primarily
by
first
area
interest
leasing
the
geologic
surrounding
in
the
the
second
the
results
reservation,
and. third
oil by
companies
area
as
evidenced
be
evaluated
activities.
Geologic
From a geologic
potential,
standpoint
Evaluation
the
area
can
based
TABLE
WELL
Lanaeth 1 Federal
Landreth 1 Panhandle A
Imkhart 1 Federal
Lockhart 2 Lockhart
lkxklmrt 3 Lockhaxt
N. M. .&vel.
1 Perrin
S u n 1 Bingkim
Standmd Texas 1 Heard
Duqger 1 H e l e n
Dugger 1 Gallagher
mgger 1 Federal
Vaughan 1 Crenshaw
Sipple 1Kelt
Arnold 1Apache
Arnold 2 Apache
Tewm 1 Federal
w. Ranchers 1M a r t i n
C a p o 1 spencer
Cone 1 Pearson
Rafferty 1
Sun 1 Victoria
Sun 2 Victoria
Houston 1 kwllinq
Houston 1 State 2748
Gulf 1 Sierra
Shell 1 Leeman
Beard 3 Jornada
Tularosa Basin 1
1 Mim
Brmn 1 S c o t t
Exxon 1 Beard
Sumnit
AND GAS TESTS
COMPLETION
LOCATION
S.
Gartland 1 B r i s t e r
X-- O I L
554N 766W
1980N 1980E
1980N 1980W
660N 660W
2310N 330W
660s 1980E
660s 660W
1980N 1980W
330s 2310E
3305 330W
36256 505W
335N 330E
1980N 2310W
330N
330E
NE
198ON 1980E
1650N 3373
330s 330E
2156s 1660W
Nw?
660s 1980W
1980N 660E
660N 660W
20185 990E
1980N 660E
201051988E
1980N 660E
827s Z197W
?
1980s 66OW
1980s 660E
19805 1980E
ELEV.
T.
R.
23-4s-6E
28-4s-6E
28-45-63
33-4s-6E
33-45-63
30-5s-lE
23-55-53
33-65-93
23-6s-1OE
26-6s-10E
30-6s-10E
21-6s-13E
29-6s-13E
13-6s-1W
13-6s-1W
29-7s-9E
19-8s-14E
36-8s-14E
12-9s-14E
9-10S-9E
25-10s-1W
27-10s-1W
12-12s-9E
25-12s-9E
35-12s-1W
8-12S-4W
17-13s-lE
22-13s-1E
34-13s-8E
2-135-4W
28-13s-4W
5-14s-lE
DATE
2/1/73
8/10/73
11/18/53
12/31/54
10/10/55
3/19/28
10/17/55
4/18/51
2/29/75
.7/11/69
3/9/6 3
8/5/5 9
5/6/49
12/9/27
5/9/29
6/6/69
8/5/59
8/8/59
8/5/59
1924
1/25/52
5/5/52
8/2/76
9/1/74
8/10/70
9/20/55
3/13/65
3/15/75
4/16/26
3/1/54
9/15/47
3/4/74
?
5,774
5 ,744
5,689
5,709
?
5,423
5,882
5,579
?
5,500
?
6,550
?
4,505
5,412DF
6,960
6 ,275
?
?
4,809
4,786
4,706
4, 799
5 ,112
4,855
5,26lDF
4,568
?
4,570
4,300
5 ,1 6 3
(ft)
TOTAL
DEPTH (ft)
3,445
3,240
2,990
3,037
2,665
3,275?
3,141
8,050
1,250
2,059
1,500
400
1,027
2,445
1,973
7,616
1,342
2,181
1,005
864
6,053
6,352
9,360
715
7,860
8,585
7,346
2,320
3,965
6 ,195
520
8,850
DBEPEST
TESTED
Precanbrian
Precmbrian
Precambrian
--,
Precambrian
Precanbrian
Valley f i l l
Precambrian
Erecambrian
Triassic
Permian?
Yeso
Dakota?
Chinle
santa Fe
santa Fe
Precmbrian?
Yeso
Precambrian
Glorieta
Cretaceous?
Precambrian
Pre&rian
'7
Bliss
Permian
i%ntoya
Precambrian
Wntoya
Glorieta
Hueco-Ab0
Pennsylvanian
Pennsylvanian
Precambrian
WELL
COMPLETION
LOCATION
S.
H c d p s 1 Houston
Houston 1Federal
Houston 1 S t a t e 3724
Beard 1 Jomada
Wofford 1state
m r s 1M c c d i l
Smith 1 Walker
Sunray 1 Federal
Carr 1 Gentry
kstern 2 GualTf?
B
r
U
t
e
n
l
G
U
X
E
Southern Frcd., 1
clouacrof t
Temm 1 Federal E
Temm 1 Federal G
Texaco 1 Federal F
P o r t e r 1 Rinmn
Plyrmuth 1 Federal
P h i l l i p s 1Turquoise
Sun 1 Pearson
Zapata 1 Federal
Stmolind 1Thorn
Parker 1 Simnsns
Parker IX S h n s
Otero 1 McGregor
Turner 1 Everett
Capbell 1 Hurley
Sinclair 1 Dona Ana
C i t i e s Service 1
Corralites
C l a r y 1 state
Parker 1 State
V i k i n g 1 cox
Kinney 1 S t a t e
Picacho 1 Anrstrong
Boles 1Federal
470N1980W
6605 660E
2198s U60W
19805 660E
990s 1650E
ELEV.
T.
R.DEPTH
23-145-103
24-145-103
36-145-103
17-14s-1W
7-145-2W
19-14S-2W
21-15s-llE
23-15s-2W
32-15s-3W
21-16S-2E
5,017DF
5 ,312
5,053
4,792
4,700
5-17S-12E
lOf18S-8E
33-18s-8E
30-18s-10E
25-18S-m
15-20s-9E
18-20s-9E
35-20s-10E
14-20s-14E
15-21s-14E
35-22s-5E
35-225-53,
5-22s-1OE
SENW
660s 660E 34-225-133
6605 660W 30-225-143
660N 660W 27-225-1W
6/29/53
2/28/70
9/4/70
11/3/70
6/18/71
11/18/54
2/1/6 1
12/24/54
3/28/58
9/14/53
1939
3/44
2/22/43
8/6/38
7/4/6 0
4/7/62
9,370
3,999
4,186
4,042
1980N 1980W 6-225-2W
106N 41W 36-235-23
1980s 1980E 15-235-53
llOON 200W 26-235-53
14-235-103
sw
660N 1980E 15-23s-1W
7-245-13
660s 660E
7/25/71
11/1/49
10/44
1932?
1/26
5/15/41
4/12/63
NE
22905
660s
660N
1980s
1987s
500E
660E
1980E
1980W
660E 21-16s-2E
2310N 1980E
6605 660W
1552N 19343
1980s 1980E
3305 2310W
660N 660W
66W
66lE
800s 800E
660s 660W
1980N 660E
3305 99OE
220s llOOE
TOTAL
(ft)
10/16/70
7/8/72
8/5/74
4/16/73
1/7/49
1927
3/7/62
4/18/59
6/2 3/5 3
8/11/53
6/7/50
'
(ft)
DATE
?
?
4,689DF
?
?
?
?
4,044
4,059DF
4,408
6,906
6,310est.
?
?
4,250
4,745
4,605
4 ,684
4,776
4,240
4,768
4 I 480
4 / 943DF
3,040
3,690
4,579
9,800
533
2,910
555
9,765
5,418
3,507
2,202
4,701
7,785
7,660
8,288
569
7,585
5,437
4,468
5,043
4,646
2,785
3,104
1,730
3,930
2,433
6,510
5,129
2,585
4,260
3,224
2,168
3,196
5,180
DEEPEST
TESTED
Pennsylvanian
Precanbrian
Pennsylvanian
&saver&
Permian?
7
Ab0 Bursum
E l Paso
Pennsylvanian?
Bursm?
Yeso
Erecanbrian
El Paso
?
?
Valley fill
E l Paso
Tertiary Intrusive
Mmtoya?
Montoya
Pennsylvanian
Valley f i l l
Valley f i l l
Hueco
Bliss
Wntoya?
Bliss-Tertiary
7
Bliss
Pennsylvanian
Valley f i l l ?
Valley f i l l ?
Mississippian?
Mississippian?
Valley f i l l ?
, .'
WELL
5.
Can?&el
1
l Federal
Ti.Unermans
Coral 1 Spanel
Grim 1Wbil
E r n e s t 1Fee
Bechtel 1Maris
Page 1&cis
Union 1 M c M i l l a n
Texaco 1 Weaver
Seaboard 1 Wigs
Pure 1Federal
..
LOCATION
T.
R.
18805 19993 21-245-123
22705 330W 22-245-12E
660N 660E
9-245-14E
13EN 1315W 32-255-33;.
3305 330E 20-25s-7E
19805 660W 23-255-8E
3305 2310W 23-255-8E
660N 66UN 9-255-133
6605 660W 35-265-33
1980N 1980W 18-265-113
1060N 22973 24-285-2W
.
...':COMPLETION
DATE
ELEV.
'.:I,
"
1/8/59
7/20/37
4,9UDF
5,014
8/2/61
'
'.
,
10/12/73
1/17/42
3,941
5/24/50
10/8/49
9/4/46
1/6/66
5/5/55
5,600
7,346
2/8/62
4,220
4,099
5 ,200
4,164
5,302
4,404
.
(ft)
TOTAL
DEPTH (ft) .
1,855
3,763
1,873
21,759
986
731 '
5,215
6,620
DEEPEST
TESTED
HUeCO?
Bliss
Tertiary
Montoya
aenitf
Pennsylvanian
HUeCO?
V a l l e y fiL7
E l Paso?
Volcanics
Pennsylvanian
'Intrusive
WELL
.
LOCATION
S.
canpbell.1Federal
Turner/EvanS
Coral 1 Spanel
Grim 1 Mobil
E r n e s t 1Fee
Bechtel 1Maris
Page 1 Maris
Union 1McMillan
Texaco 1Weaver
Seaboard 1Trigg
Fure 1 Federal
18805 19993
22705 330W
660N 660E
1 3 l 5 N 13l5W
3305 330E
1980s 660W
330s 2310W
660N 66ticJ
660s 660W
1980N 1980W
1060N 2297E
T. R. . .
:COMPLETION
DATE
ELEV.
21-245-123 '. 1/8/59
22-245-12E
7/20/37
9-24s-14E
8/2/61
32-255-13 , 10/12/73
20-25s-7E
1/17/42
23-255-83 ". 5/24/50
23-25s-8E ' : ' " 10/8/49
9-25s-13E ': 9/4/46
35-26s-LE
::: 1/6/66
18-26S-llE' . 5/5/55
24-28s-2W
'
2/8/62.
4,91lDF
5 ,014
4,220
4,099
~
.
(ft)
TOTAL
DEPTH (ft)
1.855
, ~.
3,763
1,873
21,759
3,941
986
731
5 ,215
6,620
5 ,600
7,346
~~
~
'
5,200
4,164
5,302
4,404
.
.
DEEPEST
TESTED
HupCO?
..
~
Bliss
Tertiary syenitl
Montoya
Pennsylvanian
HUeCO?
Valley f i l l -.,
E l Paso?
Volcanics
Perinsylvanian
'Intrusive
7
.
.
..
i
on
the
i
presence
of
possible
source
32
rocks,
the
numbex
and
distribution of potential res'ervoir rocks, and the likelihood
.
of occurrence of favorable traps
although.it may not be possible
to identify specific traps. Possible 'source rocks for hydrocarbons
include
the
dark-gray
to
black
shales
present
in
the
Devonian, Mississippian, Pennsylvanian, and Cretaceous sediments
and locally in parts of the Permian sequence. The bituminous
content
of the
ofthe
Yeso
carbonates.of
Fornation
carbonateso f the-
The
hqs
the
San~pndresPormation,andpart
been
lower
observed
Paleozoic
over
are
'in
much
.of
general
New
MeXi
not
considered to be important source .rocks
.'for'
hydrocarbons. The
bedsof the El Pqso Group
algal-rich
The
low
not
exclude
are
of Ordovician
potential
source
them
from
the
.possible
and
potentjal
Silurian
for
exceptions.
rocks
containing
does
hydrocarbons
As pointed out by
where suitable reservoir-rocks are present.
Jones
and
Smith(19651, oil
on
the
higher
part
of
the
Central
Basin Platform in the Ellenburger (El Paso equivalent) is
Simpson oil (Ordovician-shale source) diluted primarily with
oil from the Pennsylvanian and Wolfcampian. This commingling
has
resulted
from
the
faulting
of
the
Central
Basin
Platform
and migration of oil into older strata. Similar conditions
are
Late
possible
Paleozoic
It
area
in
can
be
priorto the
south-central
and
Laramide
assumed
that
Laramide
New
Mexico
where
there
is
faulting.
oil
and
development
gas
of
were
the
present
in
Basin-and-Range
structural province. Under the conditions that existed into
Cretaceous
time
it
I
would
.
be
50th
unique
to
a sequence
have
of
source
the.
33
and
reservoir
south-central
of
oil
and
Having
increases
rocks
New
of
the
Mexico
thickness
and
not
and
to
extent
have
present
substantial
in
deposits
gas.
more
the
than
one
possibility
or
of
two
the
exploration
presence
of
targets
greatly
hydrocarbon
reservoirs of commercial importance. In addition it increases
the
interest
in
an
area
and
the
value
of
that
area
from
an
exploration standpoint. From the isopach maps prepared for
this report and the studies
of outcrops
presence
and
distribution
of
and
numerous
the
literature,
potential
the
reservoir
rocks
can be substantiated. These include carbonates of Ordovician,
Silurian and Mississippian age; sandstones, conglomerates, and
limestones
of
Pennsylvanian
and
Permian
age;
and
sandstones
of
Cretaceous age. Potential pay zones in the pre-Pennsylvanian
rocks
are
present
in about
two
thirds
of
the
area
thinning
to
the north. These include the dolomites
of the El Paso and
Montoya
Groups
and
Fusselman
Formation,
and
the
reefs of the Lake Valley Formation.
Also present
southern
halfof the
area
are
the
thick
in
marine
limestones
and
the
carbonates
of
Of particular importance in the
the Permian Hueco Formation.
northern
dolomitic
the
parto f the
reservation
limestones
sandstonesof the
of
the
Dakota
are
Yeso
and
the
and
porous
San
Mesaverde
dolomites
Andres
and
Formations;
Formations;
and
the
sandstones, conglomerates and limestones (including reefs) of
the Bursum Formation. Over almost the entire area of the
reservation a thick
contains
numerous
Pennsylvanian
potential
sequence
reservoir
is
rocks
present
including
and
limestones,
34
sandstones and some conglomerates. In the northeast area in
particular
in the
there
deltaic
is
an
excellent
facies
in the
lower
potential
and
for
middle
reservoir
rocks
of the
part
Pennsylvanian. Reefs are present in the upper Virgilian
sequence
and
are
exposed
in
T.16S.
in
both
the
San
Andres
and
Sacramento Mountains. It seems possible that these reefs
continue
arc
across
the
approximately
Tularosa
following
Basin,
the
perhaps a
along
northern
3000-foot
contour
on.the-
isopach map (fig.10).
Traps
that
are
considered
to
be
present
in
the
study
area
include stratigraphic traps of depositional origin, unconformities, anticlines and fault traps. Stratigraphic traps would
be developed
where
there
are
facies
changes
from
dolomite
to
limestone, deltaic sandstones enclosed in shales, and reefs.
Unconformity
pre-Permian
north
traps
rocks
where
may
be
present
in
the southeast
Pennsylvanian
along
part
strata
of
the
the
overlap
eroded
of edges
area
the
and
older
in
the
Paleozoic
rocks. The Presence of anticlines can be demonstrated only in
the exposed fault blocks. In areas such as the Tularosa Basin
identification Would require seismic exploration.. Anticlinal
traps
probablydo exist
and
are
associated
with
the
normal
faulting within the basin. Faulting, particularly Laramide and
later,
can
have
both
a positive
and
negative
aspect
as
far
as
traps are concerned. Suitable traps can be formed where
permeable
beds
are
placed
opposite
unpermeable
rocks,
such
as
a sandstone againsta shale. Faulting could cause renewed
migration
of
hydrocarbons
from
previously
established
traps
to
TABLE 2--RESULTS
Well
"
Location
Gulf 1 S i e r r a
Gartland 1 Brister
35-125-1W
8-12s-4W
Shell 1 Lwmn
Cities Service 1
17-13s-lE
Corralitos
Grim 1Mobil
OF TESTING OF PRE-PENNSYLVANIAN ROCKS
6-22s-2W
32-25s-lE
(Western Area)
Interval
"
7779-7860'
8499-8527'
8518-8585'
7255-7283
3550-3680'
3680-3880'
4445-4600'
?
Zone
-
(psi)
R e c oPvreersys ' u r e
Montoya
FUSSelElll?
SXW
SO&GCM
ISIP 2880
SIP 3755
Fusselrran?
Montoya
mesh water
Fresh water
2668
FSIP
Fusselmn
JKM (0.8K-Cl)
FSIP1267
(0.3-0.4K-Cl)
F u S S e h
El Paso
Montoya
JKM
Fusselman
msem
DM
DM
FP250
Montoya
Montoya
XW
XW (13K-W
El Paso
El Paso
XW
SIP 2750
SIP 2945
SIP 3055
SIP 1570
SG
( E a s t e r n Area)
Southern Prd. 1
Cloudcrof t
5-17s-12E
P l p u t h 1 Federal
15-20s-9E
Sun 1 Pearson
TexarO 1 Federal E
35-20s-1OE
L0-18S-8E
3530-3558'
3596-3637'
6996-7045'
7202-7267'
7385-7585'
4452-4468'
Devonian7033-7250'
TexawlFederal F
30-18s-10E
Montoya
7259-7371'
7534-7683'
7675-8000'
Texaw 1 F e d e r a l G
33-185-83
7366-7410'
7055-7115'
Montoya
7115-7228'
7505-7660'
30-225-143
2255 '
SINJ
XW (27K-Cl)
XW (35.3K-a)
El Paso
XW (39K-C1)
FusselminMontoya
Mississippian XW (25K-C1)
DevonianFusselman
FussehWntoya
Montoya- EL
Paso
Fussem
XW (11.5-14.51~1)
XW (35K-Cl)
XW (41K-C1)
SSG
35
the permeability barriers formed by faulting. Faulting also can
lead
to
flushing
of hydrocarbons
by
meteoric
waters
and
provide
an avenue of escape for previously trapped hydrocarbons. Shale,
anhydrite,
andin particular
salt
beds
can
form
suitable
barriers
against upward movement of hydrocarbons along faults. In an area
such
as
the
Tularosa
trap
conditions
have
Basin
a variety
probably
Test
Tests
drilledin the
distribution
of
characteristics
flushing
by
been
area
potential
meteoric
favorable
and
introduced
by
unfavorable
faulting.
Evaluation
give
hydrocarbons,
of
of
the
some
may
Testing of pre-Pennsylvanian
of
the
porosity-permeability
reservoir
waters
indication
rocks,
have
rocks
taken
is
and
areas
where
place.
somewhat
limited
and
in general the results are not encouraging (table
2, fig. 20).
The
presence
additional
of
some
hydrocarbons
testingof these
has
intervals
been
would
established,
be
warranted
but
only
in certain areas. These rocks have probably been flushed by
meteoric
waters
in
most
of
the
Jornada
del.Muerto
parts of the eastern margin the.Tularosa
of
Basin.
In the
Jornada
with
del
chlorine
Muerto
content
fresh
has
been
to
brackish
recovered
water
from
the
and
along
relatively
Montoya
low
and
Fusselman intervals. The uniform lithology of these formations
and
the
to the
synclinal
east
and
nature
west
of
the
suggests
a high
Jornada
potential
del
for
Muerto
with
flushing
exposu
of
hydrocarbons. However, the presence of porosity and permeability
indicated
by
the
tests a is
plus
factor
where
more
favorable
TABLE 3"RFLiULTS OF TESTING OF PENNSYLVANIAN
(Western
Area)
Well
-
Location
Interval
,
Zone
-
CitiesService 1 Corralitos6-22s-2W
Exxon
5-14s-1E
1 Beard
23-4s-6E
Landreth 1 Federal
2975-3002'
7200-7430'
2499-2505'
2902-2918'
Lower Penn.
Stram
Grim 1 Mobil
Summit 1 Mims
32-25s-1E
2-135-4W
?
5708-5800'
5775-5800'
(Eastern
Hodges 1 Houston
Houston 1 Federal
Standard Tx 1 Heard
23-145-103
24-14S-lOE
33-6s-9E
SouthernProd. 1 Cloudcroft5-17s-12E
Houston 1 Lewelling
12-12s-9E
TWaco 1 Federal F
30-18S-10E
Texaco 1 Federal G
33-18s-8E
ROCKS
"Lower
"""-
Penn.
Recovery (Max)
Pressure (psi)
WCM
76MCFPD
Gas & Cond.
PSIP 962
PSIP 469
"-"
"_
X W r O & G
Show gas
SGC water
Show
gas
,
1
""-
Area)
2433-2444'
2465-2471'
6123-6162'
6616-6646'
7406-7463'
7745-7773'
7669-7773'
2464-2492'
Canyon Ss.
Upper Penn.
8000-8016'
Strawn
Atoka
Canyon?
Straivn
Strawn
8572-8598'
5242-5523'
6762-6946'
5835-5854'
"-
16MCFPD*
Salt water(35K-C1) FSIP719
DM
0
0 & GCM
0.lMCFPD
43 SITP
1250
. .
12MCFPD
Water (8.5K-Cl)
Water (14.5K-Cl) .
Water (21.7K-Cl).
"3
TABLE
3--RESULTS
TESTING
OF PENNSYLVANIAN
OF
(Western
Area)
Well
-
Location
Interval
1 Corralitos
Cities Service
Exxon 1 Beard
Landreth 1 Federal
6-225-2W
5-14s-1E
23-4s-6E
2975-3002'
Lower
Penn.
S tram
7200-7430'
"2499-2505'
2902-2918'
Lower Penn.
Grimm 1 Mobil
Summit 1 Mims
32-255-13
2-135-4W
Hodges 1 Houston
Houston 1 Federal
Standard Tx 1 Heard
33-6s-9E
Southern Prod.1 Cloudcroft
Houston 1 Lewelling
5-17S-12E
12-12s-9E
Texaco 1 Federal F
30-18s-1OE
Texaco 1 Federal G
33-18S-8E
23-145-103
24-14s-10E
zone
-
?
5708-5800'
5775-5800'
(Eastern
ROCKS
""-_
"-
Recovery (Max)
Pressure (psi)
WCM
76MCFPD
Gas & Cond.
PSIP 962
PSIP 469
"-
""-
X
W
, O.& G
1
""-_
Show gas
SGC water
Show gas
Area)
2433-2444'
Canyon Ss.
2465-2471'
Upper
Penn.
6123-6162'
6616-6646'
7406-7463'
7145-7773'
7669-7773'
2464-2492'
8000-8016'
Strawn
8572-8598'
Atoka
5242-5523'
Canyon?
6762-6946'
Strawn
5835-5854'
Strawn
16MCFPD*
Salt water
DM
"(35K-CX)
FSIP 719
& GCM
430.lMCFPD
12MCFPD
Water (8.5K-Cl)
Water (14.5K-Cl)
Water (21.7K-C1)
'
0
0
SITP 1250
1
c
('
36
structures might be present. In the Tularosa Basin salt water
has
been
recovered
in
tests
of
the
Mississippian,
Fusselman,
Montoya, and El Paso. In general the chlorine content
of these
waters
is
fairly
high
and
is
comparable
to
water
produced
with
oil from these intervals in southeastern New Mexico.
A rather
low
chlorine
content
was
reported
for
water
recovered
from
the
Montoya in the Plymouth well (T.20S., R.9E.) and the Devonian
and
Fusselman
The
good
in.the
Texaco
resultsof testing
lateral
and
of
vertical
Federal
G (sec. 3 3 , T.18S.,
Pennsylvanian
R.8E.).
strata
distribution
of hydrocarbons
indicate
(table
3,
of the
fig. 20). The only significant testin the western part
area was the Exxon Beard well (T.14S., R.1E.I near the center
of
the
Jornada
del
Muerto.
Maximum
recovery
was 76
MCFPD
of
gas
declining to 19MCFPD
at~theend of the test. In the eastern
part
of
the
area
several
tests
of
Pennsylvanian
strata
have
resulted in the recovery of natural gas. The largest volumes
recovered
were
from
the
Houston1 Lewelling (sec.12, T.12S.,
R.9E.) on the eastern side of the Tularosa Basin. Maximum
recovery
was
slightly
over
430
MCFPD
from
the
Strawn
(Desmoinesia
interval from 8,000-8,016 feet. Results of four-point tests were
as follows:
July
19746,July
.Choke
Recovery
(MCFPD)
9, 1974
Recovery (MCFPD)
430.1
25/64"
138.4
304.2
20/64"
133.6
257.7
16/64"
139.7
178.6
11/64"
134.8
r
The final
test
of
this
zone
ata rate of 168.3 MCFPD
flowed
was
37
on20,July
1974, when
on25/64" choke
the
well
anda tubing
An analysis ofthe gas showed82.33%
pressure of 30 psi.
methane, 15.88% carbon dioxiderand1.2% nitrogen. Both carbon
dioxide
and
nitrogen
were
introduced
into
the
well
during
treatment in completion attempts.In the same well several
tests
.
were
made
8,572-8,598 feet
from
in
the
Atoka
(Derryan)
interval. A final test of this zone yielded 12 MCFPD.
A test
of
the
Pennsylvanian
yielded
Houston well (sec.23, T.l4S., R.1OE.).
at 16 MCFPD of gas( 9 8 % methane)
gas
in
the
Hodges
-Recovery was estimated
froma sandstone
in
the
Canyon
(Missourian).
Very
little
analytical
data
was
available
for
water
recovered
from Pennsylvanian rocks. In the Houston Federal well
(T.14S.,
R.1OE.)
near
outcrops
was 35,000 ppm.
of
Pennsylvanian
rocks
the
chlorine
content
Chlorine content was low in tests of the Texaco
Federal F (T.l8S.,
and Federal G (sec. 33, T.l8S., R.8E.)
R.1OE.)
indicating introduction of fresh water.
Two of the tests
reported
Bug
to
to
Scuffle
the
For
be
from
the
Strawn
Limestone,
a unit
are
exposedin
interpreted
the
Sacramento
be
from
Mountains
east.
the
most
part
indications
of
hydrocarbons
rocks are based on reported shows- (table
'4, fig. 2 0 ) .
limited
to
mud
or testing
logging
in
Permian
Only
hasbeen conducted on rocks
of
1
this age. The most significant recovery was from the Houston
Lewelling. The test wasof the Wolfcamp from 5,140-5,170 feet.
Maximum
recovery
1 8 MCFPD
was
and
the
final
test
13 MCFPD.
the
TABLE 4"mSULTS
OF
TESTING
OF PERMIAN ROCKS
(Western &rea)
Well
-
Location
Interval
Zone
-
Recovexy
Beard 1 Sornada
17-14s-1W
6996-7491'
7010-7500'
1120-1125'
1823-2025'
Yeso
DM
Lockhart 1 Federal
Gulf 1 S i e r r a
28-4s-6E
35-12s-1W
Pressure (psi)
I
Ab0
so
San Andres
Fresh water
Yeso
Hueco?
San Andres?
Hueco
Fresh water
,-l
ISIP 815
(Eastern -ea)
standaxd TX 1 Heard
Southern Tulqrosa Ba&n 1
Duggar 1FederqL
Smi,th. 1 Walker
Campbell 1 Hurley
Seaboard 1 Trig9
Houston 1 Lewelling
Texaco 1 Federal E
Turner 1 Eyqns
33-6s-9E
34-13s-a~
30-6s-1OE
2145s-UE
30-225--143
18-26s-llE
12-12$-93
10-18$-8E
22-245-12E
1230-1235'
1638'
476-.a191
355'
400'
2086-2104'
2410-2474'
5140-5170'
218-290'
353'
410'
1086'
so
so
SG
so
nueco
Hueco
WOLfCamP
Hueco?
Yeso
Yeso
Hueco
Fresh water
Fresh water
18MCFPD
Water (8K-Cl)
SG
t
SIP 450
SIP 390
. - 7
TABLE 5--RESULTS
OF TESTING OF MESOZOIC ROCKS
(Western Area)
W
e 11
-
Location
Interval
Zone
-
S h e l l 1Lee-
17-13s-1E
1270-1320'
Dakota
Mesaverde
W f o r d 1S t a k
Ek%ers 1Mccal
8-145-2W
19-14s-2w
Sunray 1 Federal
23-155-2W
Grim 1 Mobil
32-25s-lE
300 '
458'
513-531'
lll.5-1120
2312-2362'
?
'
Recovery
DM
SG
Mesaverde
so
Mesaverde
Pksaverde
&saver&
Laer
SO&G
so
VSGW
SG
Cretaceous
( E a s t e r n Area)
Duggar 1 Helen
23-6s-10E
1200-1250'
Duggar 1Gallagher
26-6s-1OE
1913'
Pressure ( p s i )
Dakota?
sso
Triassic?
SSO
SIP 585
c
i
38
or
Water recovered from t h e P e r m i a n h a s b e e n r e p o r t e d a s f r e s h
r e l a t i v e l y low i n c h l o r i d e s .
The f r e s h w a t e r r e p o r t e d f r o m t h e
Yeso i n t h e StandardofTexas
Heard well (T.6S.,
above the s a l t s e c t i o n .
The x e p o r t e df r e s h
Hueco Formation i n t h e CampbellHurley
theSeaboardTrigg
regional dip
(T.26S., R.11E.)
R.9E.)
i s from
water from t h e
w e l l (T.22S.
,' R.14E..
and
)
i s expectable based on
and p r o x i m i t y t o o u t c r o p s o f t h i s f o r m a t i o n .
Tests ofMesozoic
rocksarelimitedandoccurrencesof
hydrocarbons are based on r e p o r t e d shows ( t a b l e 5, f i g . 2 0 ) .
Thus €ar f a v o r a b l e results appear to b e r e s t r i c t e d
MesaverdeFormation
in the western part
MuertoandpossiblytheDakotaSandstone
t o the
of t h e J o r n a d a d e l
in the Sierra
Blanca
syncline.
Lease Evaluation
A s t u d y wasmade
of State
T r u s t Lands submitted for oil
and g a s leases i n t h e area surrounding t h e m i l i t a r y r e s e r v a t i o n .
The r e s u l t s of t h i s e v a l u a t i o n are summarized i n t a b l e s 6 and 7.
Table 6 i n c l u d e s t h e p e r i o d
1974, and table
7 the period
Duringbothperiodstheyearly
y e a r s were 1 5 cents an
from Sanuary 1969 through February
from March 1974throughJune1975.
rental f e e s f o r t h e f i r s t f i v e
acre f o r leases i n Do%aAna,
and Otero Counties and 1 0 c e n t s . . a n a c r e i n S i e r r a
counti.es.
leasebid
The f i r s t y e a r ' s
Lincoln,
and Socorro
ren'tal f e e s are included i n t h e
and a f t e r f i v e y e a r s r e n t a l f e e s
are doubled.
Up t o
March 1 9 7 4 t h e minimum a c c e p t a b l e b i d was t h e y e a r l y r e n t a l
a
times t h e a c r e s i n c l u d e d i n t h e
lease.
I n March 1 9 7 4 t h e
fee
c
minimum
lands
.
acceptable
in
this
bid
was
39
increased5 0to
cents an acre
for
a11
area.
understanding of lease practices ain
nonproductive area
An
such
<-
as
south-central
New
Mexico
is
needed
in
order
to
evaluat
prices paid
for
- leases.
,Herewe will consider only State
leases wherea minimum acceptable bid is established. State
the
lands
are
put
up
for
leasing
potential of the particular
regardless
of the
tract
oil
and
more often
and
than
gas
not
are.
sold at least for the minimum acceptable bid. Lease activities
can be grouped into three broad categories: speculative, prospect,
and exploratory leasing. Speculative leasing involves the
purchase
of
leases
resale of the
develop
the
normally
leases
at
the
minimum
acceptable
bid
and
to
a third party. There is no intent to
property
and
in
most acases
geologic
evaluation
is not performed. Although the initial purchase may involve
a "willing
and
informed"
buyer
the third
party
is
most
often
limited to a "willing" buyer. In the second category are those
involved
in
distribution
the
the
to
purchase
and of
sale
leases
exploration
potentialof a particular
through
companies a of
prospectus
area
though
geologic
the
detailing
and
engineering studies. Leases are sold to
a third party generally
with a provision
fora production
override
in
case
oil
or
gas
is
discovered. Exploratory leasing is done by companies.that include
the
drilling
of
exploratory
or wildcat
wells
within
their
overall operations. Commonly on the basisof rather cursory
geologic
to
studies
conduct
these
additional
companies
will lease
studies
that,
if
large
blocks
favorable,
in
may
order
lead
to
c
f"
40
the drilling of an exploratory well. Because an interest has
been
generated
are
negligible
in
the
when
area
within
compared
exploratory
effort,
these
established
minimum
acceptable
to
the
the
companies
bid
company
overall
lease
costs
cost
of
bid
well
above
the
insure
that
the
lease
will
to
and
the
is
obtained. Lease plays of this nature usually result in active
bidding and increased prices for adjacent tracts. This interest
is
sustained
at
least
encounters a show
indefinitely
Although
of
even
until
a well
is
hydrocarbons
if
no
numerous
interest
commercial
studies
drilled;.
.If the-test
have
may
continue
production
is realized.
been
made
of
the
geologic,
engineering, economic'and risk ftictors involved in establishing
a value
for
areas
remote
from
production,
the
fair
market
value
is usually based on actual sales of leases. It needs to be
noted
not
that
be
this
limited
should
as
For the January
697,700.66
gas
acres
leasing
by
it
include
is
in
third-party
this
1969-February
of
State
Trust
the
State
Land
report
1974
resale
value
and
State
lease
sales.
to
period
a total
Lands put
were
up for
Office
in
the
of
oil
area
and
of
this
repor
Of this 503,713.81 acres involving 500 tracts were sold. The
remaining
193,986.85
available
were
acres
withdrawn
or
for
28
percent
of the
lack
of
total
lands
receiving
a bid or a
minimum acceptable bid(MAB).
The MAB for the leases sold
amounted
the
to
$68,618.31
and
actual
amount
bid
was
$376,778.63
for an average of $0.75 per acre. In evaluating lease asales
"bid factor" was established. This is simply the ratio of the
MAB.
amount bid and the
With adjustmentsfor the total acreage
r
i
at10 and 15 cents
sold
per
acre
MAB the
41
bid
factor
for
this
to the State of
the leases
period was 6.28. The total value
sold
assuming
full
10-year
rental
payments
is
$1,338,289
for
an average of $2.66 per acre.
The
averagebid.per acre
and
the
bid
factor
were
calculated
for each township where leases
were sold (fig. 21). Ona county
basis (table 6) bid factors and average bid per acre were:
Sierra
-
15.50 and $1.55; Otero
- 5.20 and $0.18; Socorro- 2.50
-
and $0.25; Dona Ana
- 2.27 and $0.34; and Lincoln 1.53 and
$0.23. Summarizing on a township basis the tracts sold nearest
to
or
adjacent
to
the
military
reservation
the
bid
factor
is
7.46 and the average price bid per acre $1.08. The adjacent
tracts
value
in
of
Sierra
$2.32
and
per
Socorro
acre
Counties
based
on a primary
woulda 10-year
have
rentalfee of 10
cents per acre and an average bid92ofcents an acre. In the
remaining
average
counties
bid
was
where
$1.13
rentals 15
arecents
an
acre
the 10-year
an
value
acre
and
the
would
be
$3.23
per acre. Lands bordering the western part of the reservation
had
an
average
bid
factor
of
6.5
and
an
average
bid
per
acre
of 77 cents. East of the reservation the bid factor and
average
The
bid
per
highest
$23.44 by GulfOil
acre
were
amount
Corp.
bid
higher
at 8.25 and $1.34.
per
acre
during
this
period
was
for
a tract located in T.12S., R.1W.
del Muerto. This tract was
(Sierra County) in the Jornada
sold in January 1974. With rentals this tract would generate
$24.84
an
acre
over
a 10-year
period
and
with
involved an incometo the Stateof $31,795.20.
1280
acres
East of the
TABLE 6--SUMMARY OF LEASE DATA, JANUARY 1969 THROUGH I%BRUARY 1974
Year'
1974
,
-
Dona Ana
otcro
Sierra
1970
,
,
DOna Ana
Lincoln
Otcro
Sierra
Socorro
B
Bid/acrc
E
Value'
10 Year
Rcntal L B i d Pcr Acro
-
$
$2.69
4.62
15,045
148,665
High Bid/
Acro
$
1.68
$3.72
2,021.00
194
1.25
5,213.95
24C
7,234.95
22C
1.50
-
DOC
14,155.01 $ 2,123.25 $ 11,325.58
20,270.70
3,040.61
34,373.33
$1.70
11.30
1,920.00
192.00
500.00 2.6 26C
1,917.24
191.72
325.37
__
17C
38,262.95 $ 5,547.58 $ 46,524.2s $1.22
17,545.58
17,593.76
2,040.00
37,179.34
I
2,631.84 $
2,639.06
'
~204.00
$ 5,474.90 $
$
35,956.14 $ '5,393.42
61,787.41
9,268.11
27,126.70
2.93
44C
6,965.48
G96.55
104,709.03
$15,358.08.
$
$
5.33
1
.
7
$ 0.50
$ 41,051
$2.90
3.80
$ 3.33
76,938
3,188
1.66
3.75
0.31
3.010
1.57
0.18
1.20
3: 30
"
"
$
42,556
40,154
$2.43
$ 2.37
$ 4.47
2.28
2.50
0.16
4.60
1.56
6,952.97
1%
63C
4,385.17
38,464.84
37C
1.29
$ 82,460
6.3
156,883
14,137
$253,480
$2.29.
2.54
2.03
2.6
$376,778.63
$189,151.74
$187,626.89
$0.75
$0.52
$1.35
'
6.28
3.47
13.50
$2.42
2.30
3.65
2.39.
.
183,007
8 955
$616,029
$1,338,289
$ 955,009
$ 383,280
6.11
1.17
$2.42
42,841
,
"
S 0.40
1.58
$2.55
. .
..
$2.66
$2.62
$2.76
"
S 2.50
8.21
2.57
"
$ 1.86
1.71
7.03
3.63
0.26
$23.44
7.03
$23.44
$
3,200.08--26%
40
"
"
1.58
2.17
1.22
1.56
"
"
10,1G0.62--32%
11,422.08
1.71
330
5,709.49
l8C
3,206.64
326.40
16C
9,242.53
25C
1.69
$ 5 3
lr216.46--1008
$ 5.43
5.85
"
3;183
"
"
"
"
"
"
$ 85,893
"
"
$ 2.60
$3.25
'
$68,618.31
$54,740.81
$13,877.51
$2.29
2.34
$2.33
$124,187
-
Withdrawn--%
3.15
24.84
1.91
8.18
108,573.57
$16,286.04
$ 34,619.05
326
2.13'
$262,834
18,632.55
2,794.88
4,618.35
2%
1.65
32,623.91
4,893.59
50,684.68
$1.55
10.36
119,192
96C 9.63
73i863.74
76,679.04
7i667.90
5,681.32 '
568.13
1,001.7.1
.76
2
0 L
680 5.57
242,190.39
32,210.54 $164,787.03
503,713.81
364,938.71
138,775.10
$
"
24,863
___
50,192
$ 75,055
$
2
1.52
23.44
0.51
High 10 Year
vaiuc/acra
-\
"
Dona
Ana
otoro
socorro
1971
Bid
10,791.75 $ lr610.76 $
21,415.59
3,212.34
32,207.34 $ 4,831.10 $
Donn Ana
otero
Sierra
Socorro
1972
-
MAE
59C 3.93
5,592.74 $ 838.91 $ 3,300.00
32.21
3,217.18
103,625.00 $3.22
32,171.80
11,400.22
1,140.02
A
C 3.16
3.600.00
, 49,164.76
$ 5,lgG.U$110,525.00$2.2522.48$182,845
Dona
Ana
Sierra
Socorro
Donn Ana
Lincoln
otcro
,1973
1969
Sold
Averwe
Acres
COunty
"
3.96
3.82
. 9.13
5.03
'1.76
$
"
"
'
3,240.08-48
1,920.00--10%
7,557.65--30%
"
"
9,4.77.65--208
36,862.93--51%
72,51~.99--54a
1.2QO.OO--lG%
110,659.92--51%
23,508.44--18%
20,G99.14--53%
14,979.54--318
"
"
"
"
"
".
59,187.12--20%
$24.84
$ 9.13
24.84
193,986.85--28%
192,706.85--35%
1,280.00"1%
7
'.
..
!
'
TABLE 6--Su"ARY
\
OF LEASE DATA: JANUARY 1969 THROUGH FEBRUARY1974
(continued)
COUNTY DATA
I
Dona Ana
socorro
153,691.37
117,736.32
21,038.78
Bid
$61,907.09
$6,639.35
$120,605.30
$182,373.91
$5,252.98
$0.34
$0.23
$0.78
$1.55
$0.25
$171,208.74
$24,037.87
$204,186.30
$228,329.91
$13,658.98
$0.94
$0.82
$1.33
$1.94
$0.65
Hid $468,809.00
$67,704.00
$443,359.00
$348,997.00
$34,283.00
$2.58
$2.30
$2.96
$1.63
1,280.00--1a
0
10 Yr. Rental
6
10 Yr./acre
Withdram--%
High
$7.03
. .
Sierra
29,424.30
5 Yr./acre
Bid
.
Otcro
I
_
181,823.04
5 Yr. 'Rental & Bid
163
Lincoln
Acres Sold,
. . Average Bid/Acre
5.20
-
$2.88
66,752.91--27% 20.699.14--41% 105,254.80--41$
Bid/Aere
$1.71
Factor
'
1.53
Leases Sold
30
$3.33
$0.51$23.44
2.27
173
2.50
21
..
..
15.50
113
"
0%
.
42
reservation the highest per-acre bid
was i n November 1 9 6 9 f o r
a 734.68 acre t r a c t i n T.20S.,
(OteroCounty).This
R.8E.
value t o
t r a c t was l e a s e d by Texaco f o r $7.03anacre.The
t h e S t a t e over t h e 1 0 - y e a r r e n t a l p e r i o d
o r $9.13 an acre.
would be $6,707.63
tracts s o l dd u r i n g
(The b a s i c d a t a f o r a l l
are included i n t h e appendix t o t h i s r e p o r t
this period
as
t a b l e 11).
The summary of l e a s e d a t a f o r t h e p e r i o d March 1 9 7 4
throughJune1975
basic data in
is given i n t a b l e 7 and f i g . 22,and
the
table 1 2 ( i n t h e a p p e n d i x ) .
During t h i s p e r i o d a t o t a l of 1 2 6 t r a c t s i n v o l v i n g
129,480.43 acres were s o l d .
to
acres o r 10 p e r c e n t of t h e t o t a l s u b m i t t e d f o r
14,477.56
lease.
Withdrawnlandamounted
The minimum a c c e p t a b l e b i d
actualbid
was $64,740.22and
acre of$1.45,
$187,789.59 f o r a n a v e r a g e b i d p e r
and a b i d factor of 2.90.
State f o r
The total value to the
the10-yearrentalperiodamountsto
the
$456,847.88
f o r an average
per-acre value of $3.53.
Lease d i s t r i b u t i o n i s n o t as good as f o r t h e earlier
period.
N o t r a c t s were o f f e r e d i n Do?ia
Ana
2 t r a c t si no n et o w n s h i p
i n Sierra County.Both
t h i s c o u n t y were w i t h i n t h e J o r n a d a d e l
leased a t MAB.
Northof
Countyandonly
$1.82 t o $4.87
were
Muerto and
the r e s e r v a t i o n ' i n S o c o r r o
two t r a c t s s o l d a t an a v e r a g e of 7 1 c e n t s p e r
the military reservation
tracts i n
acre.
County
E a s t of
i n L i n c o l n County b i d s a v e r a g e d from
an acre and b i d f a c t o r s from 3.64
This same b i d d i n g t r e n d c o n t i n u e s s o u t h
t o 9.74.
i n northern Otero
.
.
iI
TABLE 7--Su"ARY OF LEASE DATA: MARCH 1974 THROUGH JUNE 1975
Year
-
1975
Acres
Sold
-
CDunty
Lincoln
Otem
Sierra
S W a r Y
1974
Lincoln
Otero
socorro
Totals
Bid
-
MnB
-
640.00 $ 320.00
4,970.82
2,485.41
3,290.00
1,918.40
900.00
959.20
7,529.22
3,764.61
$
Average
Bid/Acre
0.50
$
Rental
1,369.60
$2.14
4.28
0.66
10 Year Value
B
&
High Bid/
Bid Per Acre
Acre
2,713.60
$4.24
$
1.00
5,619.60
$0.75
1.49
16,069.30, $ 8,034-65 $ 43,509.99
$2.71
5.42
103,728.01
51,864.01
137,135.00
1.32
2.64
354,963.82
3.42
0.71
2,153.90
1,076.95
1,525.00
121,951.21
$60,975.61
$182,169.99
$1.49
2.99
$436,759.80
$3.58
$
$
6.30
13.36
0.73
$
-
1.90
3,645.76
$ 20.088.08
2.14
4.75
0.50
4.75
$
13,728.72
1.32
2.76
$2.67
$
77,255.52
$4.81
$
~~~
1.42
4,540.46
2.11
High 10 Year
valudacre
~
$13.36
129,480.43
$64,740.22
$187,789.59
$1.45
2.90
$456,847.88
$3.53
$13.36
Withdram--%
4.24
"
"
6.85
"
"
1.90
"
"
$6.85
"
"
8.40
15.46
2.13
"
"
"
"
$15.46
14,477.56--87%
14,477.56--11%
$15.46
14,477.56--10%
COUNTYDATA
Acres Sold
.
.. . ." -.-
Lincoln
Otero
Sierra
Socorro
Bid
-
16,709.30 $ 44,879.59
$2.69
5.37
108,698.83
140,425.00
1.29
'
960.00
0.50
1,918.40
2,153.90
1,525.00
0.71
Average
Bid/Acre
10-Year Value
Bid
factor
Rental
&
79,969.i~
368,692.54
3.39
1.903,645.76
2.11 4,540.46
$
2.58
1.00
1.42
0.73
Bid Per Acre
Hiqh
54.79
Bid/Acre
$
Leases Sold
Withdrawn--%
6.30
13.36
17
"
"
105
"
"
0.50
2
"
"
2
14,477.56--87%
c'
County
where
average
bids
east
of
the
reservation
range
from
85 cents to$9.10 an acre and bid factors from 1.75 to 18.20.
In
the
southeastern
corner
of
Otero
County
bids
were
mostly
at
Tlracts in T.22S., R.14E. were sold at an average $2.65
of
MAB.
an acre. During the earlier evaluation period four tracts
offered
in
this
township
were
Tracts in T.26S.,R.11E. were
up
to
February
1974
and
withdrawn
for
MAB.of
lack
soldat the MAB during
averaged
$4.75
in
the
the
an
period
later
evaluation
period. The average bid for all tracts east of the reservation
along
the
the
margin
average
The
the
10-year
State
proceedings
of
are
base
Tularosa
lease
Basin
value
was
$5.45
$3.35
per
Evaluation of Condemned
Tracts
Trust
involved
given
Lands
in
currently
'table
8 and
are
total
proximity
thickness
of
to
the
reported
in
shown
on each
occurrences
pre-Tertiary
of
sedimentary
acre
and
acre.
condemnation
of
maps presented in this report. The evaluation
of each
includes
per
the
tract
hydrocarbons,
section,
type
of potential reservoir rocks, local and regional geology,
proximity
to
large
Tertiary
No consideration is given to
the
assumed
that
if
the area
were
intrusive
bodies,
and
lease
sizeof the tract. It is
open
for
leasing
adjacent
of Federal or fee land could
be obtained. Where large blocks
of
State
land
are
involved
values.
the
the to
value
State
would
be
enhanced. Each tract is rated as to whether a from
geologic
standpoint itis considered to be a poor,
marginal,
fair,
or
tracts
C'
TABLE
TRACTS
Location
Tract NO.
202-1
202-2
8"CONDEMNED
SWkNWk, Section 1 2 , T-19S, R-6E
SWkNEk, NEkSWk, NWkSEk Section 5,
T-'l9S, R-7E (less highway R/W)
200-3
200-4
200-5
200-6
200-7
NWkSEk Section 27, T-18S, R-4E
E # S W ~Section 2 2 , T-18S, R-4E
SWbSEk, Section 6, T-18S, R-5E
N%SEk, Section 17, T-18s. R-4E
S%SWk, Section 17, T-18S, R-4E
505-4
505-5
505-6
N%&,
607-1
All
608-10
SWkSWk, Section 23
WhNWk, NWkSWk, Section 26
E'INEb, Section 27, All i n T-6S,R-6E
W%NEb, NWk, Section 16, T-6S, R-6E
402-1
402-6
R-7E
116.72
Otero
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
Sierra
160.00
200.00
Sierra
80.00
Sierra
640.00
440.00
440.00
640.00
socorro
Socorro
Socorro
Socorro
160.00
40.00
40.00
120.00
Socorro
Socorro
Socorro
socorro
socorro
socorro
80- 00
240.00
Lots 3.4, SEk, E%SWk, Section 7
S31, Section 8
A l l , Section 17
Lots 1,2,3,4, E%, E%W%, Section 18
Lots 1,2,3,4, E%, E%W%, Section 1 9
A l l , Section 20
A l l . , Section 29
A i L o t s 1,2,3,4, E%, E#w%, Section 30
~ 1 Lots
1
1,2,3,4, E%, EW%, Section 31
A l l , Section 32
A l l above i n T-12S, R-9E
Lots 1;2,3,4, s%N+z,W%SW~,
section 5
LOts~1,2,3,4,5,6,7,
S'INEk, SEkNWk,
ESSWk, SEk, Section 6
A l l i n T-13S,R-9E
SWkNEk, SEkNWb,
NEbSWb
NWkSEk,
Section 8, T-13S, R-8E
Total
Otero
80.00
W%, W%SEk,
SEkSEk,
Section 9
E%, NEkSWk,
S%SWk,
Section 10
A l l Section 16, A l l i n T-7S,R-7E
31, T-6S,
S E ~ S E ~Section
,
22
40.00
. 80.00
Section 8
NE+, Section
county
40.00
80.00
40.00
Section 1 4 , T-lOS, R-2E
N%S'I, SWkSWb, Section 12, T-lOS, R-2E
S%SEk, Section 6, T-lOS, R-3E
608-3
Acres
322.13
320.00
640.00
645.24
645.60
640.00
640.00
643.48
641.36
640- 00
Otero
OterO
otero
OterO
Otero
otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
396.68
Otero
639.39
Otero
160.00
Otero
10,730.60 acres
44
good exploration target. The lease values (.tables
9 & 10) for
the
10-year
rental
fair
market
value.
period
are
considered
not
values
base
and
Tract 202-1 (40 acres): This location is in the Tularosa Basin
west of the Jarilla Block. Surface rocks consist of alluvial
and eolian sediments of Quaternary age. The subsurface structure
is unknown. The total Paleozoic section should be about
8,100
feet thick. If Cretaceous rocks are preserved the total
sedimentary
section
of
interest
may
asmuch
be as 9,000
feet
thick. The Paleozoic section includes strata from Ordovician
to Permianin age. Potential reservoir rocks having adequate
porosity
and
permeability
are
present
thein
Ordovician,
'probably
Silurian, Mississippian, Pennsylvanian, and Permian parts
of the
It i s doubtfu1:that there has been flushing by
section.
meteoric waters in thys area.
The tract is considered to
be a
good
exploration
The
value
primary-
and
target.
based
on the
'nearest
secondary-lease
tables 9 and 10.
from $104.00 to
The
range
$365.20'for
leases'
evaluation
in
the
value
sold
periods
for
primary
the
during
the
are in
given
.40-acreis tract
period
and$138.80
frQm
to $180.00 for the .sec'ondary period. In arrivinga fair
at
market
the
value
geologic
the
maximum
base
lease
value
.is
of because
used
rating.
: This
Tract '202-'2 (.116.'72. acres)
tract
is
considered
to
have
the same 'potential as 202-1. Using the same lease data the
range
in
value
for
the
primary
is from $ 3 0 3 . 4 7 to
period
!
TABLE9--SUMMARYOFBASELEASE
Tract
Location
1-(
'
"L
Geologio
Evaluation
Location
Size
202-1
T.19S.,
R.6E.
202-2
T.19S..
R.7E.
T.l8S., R.4E.
200-3
200-4
200-5
T.lBS., R.5E.
T.18S.. R.4E.
200-6
200-7
R.2E..
T.1OS..
505-4
505-5
T.lOS., R.3E.
505-6
607-1 R.7E.
T.7S..
Good
40
116.72
40
T.18-20S.,
Poor
X
80
T.18-20s.
608-10
402-1
402-6
._,
*
T.6S.,
R.7E.
T.6S.,
R.6E.
T.6S.,
R.6E.
T.12-i3S.,
T.13S..R.8E.
t
%BE.
Fair
,
80
'
R.9E.
R.l-ZE.
2,258.66
$21,094.00
X
X
$21,094.00
X
~~
X
$3,330.00
I,
Marginal
2,160
T.llS.,
X
6,172.16
X
X
X
160
200
6,172.16
X
X
T.SS.,
T.6S.,
608-3
608-7
R.8E.
X
Fair
Poor
FOR P m W Y EVALUATION PERIOD
Leased Tracts Evaluated
Acres Sold T o t a l Bid
80
40
VZ&S
R.6E.
R.8E.
1,597.24
$211.57
Lease value/Acre
(10 yr. Bid G Rental)
Minimum Average Maximum
$2.60
$2.60
$9.13
$2.25
X
$9o.oo
2.25
$2.60
X
$5.52
$2.60
$2.60
X
X
$180.00
$104.00
$18o.oo
$1.59
$1.59
$1.59
$1.50
$2.87
$2.87
X
$9.13
X
X
$5.02
$5.02
$5.02
$1.58
$1.50
$1.50
GOOd
T.11-13s..
R.9E.
Good
Base values used i n determining f a i r inarket value are underlined.
'
.
.
27,494.92
$6,057.04
$104.00
$303.47
$5.52
$5.52
X
$1.50
160
280
240
6,813.88
160
10-yr. Lease Value of T r a c t
Minimum Averaqe
Maximum
$2.25
$2.25
$2.87
$1.53
$1.53
$1.53
$1.53
$2.32
$2.32
$9.13
$1.58
$1.58
$1.58
$3.19
$3.19
Slso.00
$254.40
$318.00
$127.20
$3,240.00
$220.80
$644.29
X
X
$220.80
X
X
$459.20
~~
$574.00
$229.60
$3,304.80
$365.20
$1,065.66
X
X
$365.21
X~.
X
$803.20
$1.004.00
. .
$401.60
$3,412.80
$244.80
$252.80
$428.40
$442.40
$36o.oo
$379.20
$367.20
$15,331.23$15,808.20$21,736.28
$371.20
$360.00
$510.40
$24o.oo
542o.00
..
TABLE lO--S&Y
Tract
202-1
202-2
200-3
200-4
200-5
200-6
T.19S..R.6E.
T.19Sn, R.7E.
T.18S..
R.4E.
T.lBS.,
R.5E.
T.18S..
R.4E.
T.lOS.,
.
R.2E.
505-5
505-6
607-1
608-3
608-7
T.lOS., R.3E.
T.7SVr R.7E.
T. 6S., R. 7E.
T.6S.. R.6E.
,
.
608-10
402-1
T. 12-13S.,
402-6
T.13S.,
*
T.17S.,
GDOd
Poor
R. 9E.
R.8E.
R.9E.
X
X
80
200-7
505-4
40
116.72
40
40
Fair
80
80
Poor
160
200
Fair
FOR SECONDARY
1,946.99
$3,700.00
x
x
X
X
T.17S..R.9E.
1,946.99
X
X
X
X
Average a l l leases
$3,700.00
X
X
$3.47
$3.47
$2.60
$2.60
$3.47
$2-60
$2.60
X
IX
80
2,160
EVALUATIONPERIOD*
Lease Value/Acre
Leased Tracts Evaluated
(10 yr. Bid s Rental)
10-yr. Lease Value of T r a o t
Location
Acres Sold T o t a l B i d Minimum Average ~ a x i m u m Minimum Average
M u h u m
Geologic
(W) Evalhation
size
Location
OF BASE
LEASEVALUES
X
Mazginal
X
160
280
X
X
X
240
6,813.88
Good
160
God
T.lOS., R.8E.
T e l l s . , R.9%E.
T.125., R.1OE.
T.14S., R.9E.
X
X
X
X
8,523.39
$57,800.00
X
x
sL.90
$1.90
X
$1.90
X
$1.90
$4.25
$4.25
Base values used i n determining f a i r market value are underlined.
..
$4.00
$4.00
X
X
$4.00
X
X
$3.53
$3.53
$3.53
X
X
X
X
$4.50
$4.50
X
x
$4.50
X
X
X
X
X
$138.80
$405.02
$104.00
$2o8.00
-
$138.80
$2o8.00
$
-
$160.00
$466.88
X
X
$16o.oo
X
X
5$525.24
x
X
$180.00
X
X
X
X
$564.80
X
$7o6.00
X
X
$282.40
X
X
X
~~
$8.88
$4,104.00
X
X
$3o4.00
X
$532.00
X
X
X
X
$465.00
X
X
$15.46 $28,958.99 $60,507.25 $105,342.58
$8-88
$15.46
X
$680.00
$1,420.80
$2,473.60
-
c
f
and
$1,065.66
for
the
secondary
period
45
from
$405.02
$525.24
to
Tract 200-3 (40 adres): Surface rocks consist of Precambrian
granite and alluvium overlying Precambrian. The location in
is
the
San
Andres
Mountains
and
the
potential
for accumulation
of
hydrocarbons is considered poor. Because
of the low potential
only minimum lease values
are given. For the 40-acre tract the
primary
period
base
and
for
value $90.00
is
lease
$104.00
for
the
the
secondary
10-year
rental
period.
Tract 200-5 ('40 acres): This tract is located in the Tularosa
Basin
about
two
miles
east
of the
front
of
the
San
Andres
Mountains. Surface rocks consist of Quaternary valley fill.
The
total
thick
if
the
or
Paleozoic
slightly
present,
total
might
thinner
be
on
stratigraphic
accumulation
In
section
is estimated to be about 7,900 feet
general
of
than
the
same
Tract
202,
Cretaceous
800 feet
thick;
order
of
section
hydrocarbons
the
at
considered
could
potential
and
thus
favorable
be
muchasas 8,700
strata,
for
the
feet.
reservoir as,in
rocksTract 202
would under1i.e the area.The proximity to the east-bounding
fault
ofthe San
Andres
Mountains
reduces
the exploration
value of this tract. The same lease values used for Tract 202
aye
applied,
but
basedthe
ongeologic
rating
the
average
value is used in arrivinga base
at
fair market value. This
is a range
for
the
of
from
$160.00 for
primary
period.
the
secondary
period $220.80
to
base
c
Tract 200-6
46
( 8 0 acres); Surface exposures are of Precambrian
metamorphic
rocks
and
arroyo
deposits
of sand
and
gravel
along
the east front of the
San Andres Mountains. The tract
is
considered a poor exploration targetfor hydrocarbons. Values
given
9 and 10 are
tables
in
for the
10-year
Tract 200-7
These
minimum
bid
and
rentals
This
tract
is
.immediately
-southwest
of
In addition to outcrops
of Precambrian rocks and
sediments,
sediments
exposed
on
period.
( 8 0 acres):
Tract 200-6.
arroyo
based
and
Bliss El
andPaso Formations are present.
. ~.. about
7 5 0 feet thick, but because
they are
the
are
are
structurally
unfavorable
the
tract
a poor exploration target. Lease values are the
s h e as
is
considered
for
Tract 200-6.
Tract 505-4
(160 acres): Thi,s tract is located in the north-
eastern partof the
Jornada
del
Muerto.
Surface
exposures
are
of Quaternary alluvium. The pre-Pennsylvanian section
is
about 2 2 5 feet
thick
and
should
be
limited
the.Bliss,
to
El
Paso, and Montoya intervals. The total Pennsylvanian section
3,475 feet. Cretaceous
is about1,800 feet thick and the Permian
and
Triassic
rocks
may
underlie
the
tract
butbe should
thin as
the result of erosion. The total sedimentary section beneath
the
Valley
Potential
fill
is.
anticipated
reservoirrocks include
to
5,500about
feet
be
dolomites
in
thick.
El Paso
the
and
Montoya, limestone and sandstone in the Pennsylvanian, and
limestone, dolomite, and sandstone in the Bursum, Yeso and San
Andres Formationsof Permian age. There may be more structural
47
area than gaqthex South
complexities in this
a simple d i p s l o p e
However, it would..appear t o b e p r i m a r i l y
t r a p s m a y occur i n t h e
t ot h en o r t h w e s t .S t r a t i g r a p h f c
Pennsylvanian andlower
p a r t ofthe'Pefmian.
The t r a c t i s
a fair exploration target',
considered to be
The n e a r e s t l e a s i n g f o r
shows a 1 0 - y e a r v a l u e ' r a n g e o f
average of
in the Jornada.
t h e primary e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d
from'$254.40
t o $803.20and
an
. Be.c'ause of t h e lacK of adequate lease d a t a
$459.20.
d u r i n g the seconaary eyaluqti,on' period and
the f a i r g e o l o g i c
r a t i n g , the average 10-year b a s e v a l u e ' f o r
all leases s o l d i n
the study
area i s used i,n qrriving a t a f a i r market value.
The a v e r a g e 'is $3.'53 ' p e r acre 'and t h e b a s e v a l u e f o r
the
t r a c t $564.80
Tract 505-5
aye the
(2'00 a c r e s ) :
sme
The eValuation.and lease valuesused
as f o r Tract 505-4.
Tract 505-'6 (80 acyes').;:
EyaLuat*,Qn' b a s e 'i.s t h e 'same 'as Tract
5m-4,
.
...
Trac't '607-1 '(2,160 .acres) :
Tki's t r a c t i,s l o c a t e d on t h e east
d i p slope of t h e Qwcuya-Mountains;Surfacepocksconsistof
th.ePermian
Ab0
and
Yeso
Formations.Theunderlyi,nq
FoTiqation a.nd some strata o i . Pennsylvanian age.
t h e 's o u t h e e s t e f np a r t
of' t h e t o w n s h i p .
Bu~wq
are exposed i n
As much 'as 250 f e e t of
t h e Bursum and 1 , 2 0 0 f e e c of P e n n s y l v a n i a n s h o u l d u n d e r l i e t h e
Ab0
i n t h i s agea.
FrQm' a s t r u c t u r a l s t a n d p o i n t t h e
consideredfavorable,but
area i s n o t
some p o t e n t i a l for s t r a , t i g r a p h . i c t r a p s
c
cannot be r u l e d out.
The o i l andgas
48
p o t e n t i a l i s considered
marginal.
lease p e r i o d t h e n e a r e s t t r a c t s r e c e i v e d
During the primary
b i d s of 10 c e n t s a n a c r e
an acre.
(minimum a c c e p t a b l e b i d )
The h i g h e r b i d
T r a c t 607-1;
favorable.
the lower
similar t o
was for a tractgeologically
w a s f o r a t r a c t g e o l o g i c a l l y more
two t r a c t s were
During t h es e c o n d a r yp e r i o do n l y
l e a s e d ,r e c e i v i n gb i d s
and 1 8 c e n t s
of 6 8 and 73 c e n t sa n
t h e marginal geologic rating and limited
acre^.
Becauseof
lease d a t a o n l y a
minimum a c c e p t a b l e b i d w a s used i n a r r i v i n g a t a f a i r m a r k e t
value.
T r a c t 608-3
i s s i m i l a rt oT r a c t
( 1 6 0 a c r e s ) :T h i s
t h e same l e a s e v a l u e s
607-1 and
are used.
T r a c t 608-7
( 2 8 0 'a'cr.es) :
Thistract
i s similar t o Tract 607-1
of Bursum Formation,and
butincludesoutcrops
the potential
would b e lower because ,of t h i s .
T r a c t 608-10
(240 acres].:
Pennsylvanianbeds
T h i st r a c ti n c l u d e se x p o s u r e so f
as w e l l a s t h e
s t i l l r a t e d as m a r g i n a l b u t w i t h
Bursum Formation.
It is
a lower p o t e n t i a l t h a n
T r a c t 607-1.
T r a c t 402-1 C6,813:88'
'acres) :
e a s t e r ne d g eo ft h eT u l a r o s a
T h i s t r a c t . i s ..locatednearthe
Basin.
u n c o n s o l i d a t e db a s i n - f i l l i n gs e d i m e n t s
S u r f a c e r o c k sa r e
of Quaternaryage.
of
A
s h o r t d i s t a n c e t o t h e east i n t h e Three Rivers area t h e r e are
exposures of sedimentary rocks of Triassic and Cretaceous age.
c
("
Paleozoic
rocks
a possibility
Potential
should
for
as
49
about
8,300 feet thick
be
and
much 2,000
as feet of Mesozoic
pre-Pennsylvanian
pay
zones
include
there
is
sediments.
the
Bliss-El
Paso,
Montoya, and Mississippian intervals. The Pennsylvanian section
is
about2,000 feet
thick
and
probably
contains
numerous
reservoir rocks. Carbonate zones in the Bursum, Yeso, and San
Andres
These
Formations
three
intervals
Stratigraphic,
Bedded
represent
salt
fault,
is
formed a seal
additional
are
and
reservoirs.
4,400
feet thick in.this--area.
anticlinal
presumed
preventing
about
potential
present
traps
may
in
the
Yeso
and
incursion
of
be
present.
could
meteoric
have
waters
and
escape
o f hydrocarbons from lower reservoir rocks. Testszdf the
Bursum, Strawn, and Atoka intervals
a short
distance
to
the
east
recovered significant amounts of natural gas. These occurrences
of the Sierra Blanca syncline. Itis
are on the west flank
possible
that
during
the
€ormation
of
this
structure
hydrocarbons
migrated up-dip into the area of Tract 402-1. Subsequent
down-faulting of the
carbons
beneath
Based
proximity
on
to
base
this
the
Basin
section,
accumulations
of natural
exploration
value
could
have
preserved
hydro-
tract.
stratigraphic
known
considered a good
The
Tularosa
during
potential
gas
the
for
tract
traps
is
target.
the
primary
period. $2.25
-is to
from
$3.19 per acre. The 'low bid awas
minimum 1 5 cents
an
acre
and
the high bid $1.09. During the secondary period bids ranged
from a low of$2.15 an
acre
up
was fora parcel in T.12$., R.1OE.
$13.36
to
an acre. The high bid
sold in July 1974. The
and
for t h e t r a c t r a n g e s
lo-year base value
acre.
Because of t h e g e o l o g i c r a t i n g t h e
froq $ 2 . 9 5 t o $15.46 an
.jqa,.xim.mum v a l u e i s used
i n determining f a i r .ma.rket yqlue..
Tract 402-6
(160
abres):
Tract 402-1 except t h a t it
of n a t u r a l gas:
This t r a c t ' i s edsenti,qll.y. th.e same as
i . s
f a r t h e r ' from the'kpown occurrence
Lease values'used
are t h e saqe,
The a r e a i s
considered a g o o d e x p l o r a t i o n t a x y e t ,
An a t t w p t
evaluati.on wi,th
is
'a
made'i.n
denjonstyqted value
andgasleases'.Estab1i.shzn.g
OX engineerin7 [email protected]
is
oil
a value'based sole:ly on geologic
th.Zs area, because a
be made .yith.actUal producti.on of o i l
The mili,taxyreSepvati.on
Higklandssection'
'$corn' t h e sale. 'of State
npt practi.ca1 in
v a l i d comparison cannot
andgas.
tWs xepork t o combine 'a, geologic
of;' t h e Basinand
i.3 Loca,ted w i t h i n the I$exi.can
Range 'Province.
Th.e only
es.tabliqh.ed production: of' hydrocai;bon$ ,i.n t h i s pqoysnce i s i n
Nevada.
The sma1.l ~ 9 U h . of
t
hydyoc$cbonsconynejfciallydeveloped
i s the^ z e s u l t of a, combLnat5,on' of f a c t o r s i , n c h d i. n g. geology,
.
..
d i f f i c u l t y of s.tyuctuya1 intefpre+-ati,on$ $n t h e h o r e f a v o r a b l e
b a s i n q , .lack gf adequate'expl,orati,on.,andremoten'ess
pr0duci.n.g apegs l e a d i n. g.
t o h i g h e r d r i l l i p. g. c o s t s ,
from
The n a t i o n a l
sqccesq r a t i . 0 f o ~
h i : g h e ~ t - r i s k 'wildcat$ . i n 1 9 7 6 of 17 percent
o r 1 i n 6 VeSls d,qilled(Johnson',1977).
n&ht
be u s e d by p l o t -
t i n 9 the number of wildcat l o c a t i o n s o n ' s t a t e t r a c t s , t h a t have
<
potential
for
success
and
applying
51
average
reserve
figures
for
successful wildcat wells. This method would be misleading
because
most
of
the
high-risk
wildcats
(and
almost
all
that
are
successful) are located in producing regions. With slightly
more
than84 wells
drilled
in
the
study
area
of
this
report
the
success ratio is zero. This might be modified somewhat by
giving
areas
considerationto tests
that
have
more
that
promise,
have
and
recovered
an
hydrocarbons,
evaluation
of
t6e
strati-
graphic section tested. Another approach would be to calculate
the
volume the
of 'potential
total
a given
basin
and
assign
stratigraphic
reserves
for
the
section
same
within
volume
of
rock
from producing basins withZn the United States. The problem
remains,
however,
that
As pointed.out
that
are
there
there
probably
more
'is
are
no
other
responsible
comparable
factors
for
producing
besides
basin.
geology
of commercial
the
lack
production of oil and gas
in this area. Considering only the
geologic
framework
the
Tularosa
Basin
would
appear ato
have
good potential for hydrocarbon accumulations. The structure
is
not
as
metamorphism
reservoir
complex
of
and
for a variety
as
the
parts
sedimentary
source
of
some
section
rocks
are present;
traps:
and
the
excessive (Reiter, et al.,1975).
of
the
Basin
has
there
geothermal
and
occurred:
Range
potential
is
a possibility
gradient
is
not
The Tularosa Basinwas given
19741, the same as the
a Class 2 rating (Foster and Grant,
Jornada del Muerto. However, it was noted that the Tularosa
Basin
appeared
greater
to
opportunity
be
for
more
complex
traps.
structurally,
where
affording
c-
I'
In addition
52
t o the Tularosa Basin that part of the Fort
B l i s s Military Reservation to the
east of t h e b a s i n i s considered
t o be a good e x p l o r a t i o n area, f o r . o i l andgas.Approximately
t h e western t h i r d of the r e s e r v a t i o n i s i n t h e Jornada d e l Muerto
o r t h e mountain r a n. g. e s t h a t b o r d e r t h e T u l a r o s a B a s i n . F a v o r a b l e
reservoir rocks
are .exposed i n t h e r a n g e s ,
are o n t h e s t r u c t u r a l l y u n f a v o r a b l e
syncline.
AS a n e x p l o r a t i o n
andwhere
buried they
west-dip s l o p e of the Jornada
area mostofthi'spart
of t h e
r e s e r v a t i o n i s consi.dered poor t om a r g i n a l .L o c a l l y
more
fayorable c o n d i t i o n s are p r e s e n t s u c h ~ ' a s t h e ' n o r t h w e s t e r n p a r t
of t h e r e s e r v a t i o n . i n SocorroCounty.
The s i g n i f i c a n c e .of t h e gas recovered .from t h e 'Houston 1
The f i n a l test y i e l d e d
L e w e l l i n gt e s tc a n n o t
be over-emphasized.
168.3 NCFPD anamount
exceeding the d a i l y c a p a c i t y o f
i n the San JuanBasin.
most wells
T t i . s n o t known what reserve estimates
were made 'for t h e Strawn zone
i n t h e .Lewelli.ng t e s t o r , i f
l o c a t e d i n a producing ayea, whethey' it would have been put
p r o d u c t i o n .C e r t a i n l ya d d i t i o n a l
warr3nt constcuction of
wells w w l d beneeded
on
to
a pipeline.'
The problems .in basing values' on
leases sold have been
d i s c u s s e d and 10-year base. v a l u e s . g i v e n f o r : t h e condenined tracts.
Th.e Z a t t e r i s based
on nearby. leases o r where t h i , s was n o t
practi.ca1 on t h e ,minimum a c c e p t a b l e bid o r ' average b i d f o r t h e
s t u d y ayea.
Tracts h a v i n g V i r t u a l l y n o g e o l o g i c p o t e n t i a l
would
sti.11 h a v e t o be c o n s i d e r e d as having a minimum lease value.
Thi.s is based on the . f a c t t h a t leases w i t h similar p o t e n t i a l are
sold.
The g e o l o g i ce v a l u a t i o nf o rt h ec o n d e m e d
tracts can be
r
c
used i n determining whet'her the
53
minimurq, a v e r a g e , o r
maximum
10-year base value should be used in determining the fair market
vafi3e:lfor '.aparticular‘ tkact.
C o n s i d e r e dt oh a v e
'As':an example, .Tr.act 60'7-1 was
a marginal potential for
leases were $1.58an
mum 1 0 - y e a r b a s e v a l u e s f o r n e a r b y
would mean a b a s e v a l u e f o r t h e
v a l u e w a s used i n a r r i v i n g a t t h e , b a s e v a l u e f o r t h e
T h i s i s from$3,024.00
to have
t o $4,104.00.
a good g e o l o g i c p o t e n t i a l
v a l u e s were used.
$21,736.28under
under more current
Forthe
This
t r a c t of from$3,412.80
By a p p l y i n g a low g e o l o g i c r a t i n g . o n l y t h e
Maxi-
acre f o r
t h e secondaryperiod.
t h ep r i m a r yp e r i o da n d$ 2 . 1 3f o r
$4,600.80.
o i l and gas.
to
minimum
tract.
Tract 402-1 is considered
and - t h e r e f o r e maximum base
.entire t r a c t t h i s wouldamount
t h e primary e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d
to
and$105,342.58
lease 'conditions.
Usi.ng minimum base v a l u e s . f o r p o o r
and marginal t r a c t s ,
average values f o r t r a c t s c o n s i d e r e d t o h a v e '$air p o t e n t i a l ,
and max,imun values fox
tracts w i t h good g e o l o g i c p o t e n t i a l ,
a lO-year b a s e v a l u e ' c a n b e a r r i v e d a t f o r t h e
acreage;
condemned
Under the . p r i m a r y e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d t h i s
$30,051.14 and fox t h e secondary period$116,358.62.
would be
As.
poi.pted o u t t h e s e e s t i m a t e s r e p r e s e n t
a base v a h e 'for a
10-year pef$,od.
a f a i r market value
The 'determinationof
Would seem t o require some a d d i t i o n a l i n p u t .
e s t b a t e of remaining li.fe for crude
Mex$co t o t h e y e a r
.Based on t h e
o i l production i n New
2 0 1 8 (Foster,Gutjahrand
and a s s w i n g e x p l o r a t o r y i n t e r e s t
'
Warner, 1 9 7 8 )
w i l l c o n t i n u e a t least t o
t h a t y e a r a f a c t o r 9f 4 times' t h e 1 0 - y e a r b a s e v a l u e m i g h t b e
.
54
v a l i d a s a f a i r marketvalue.
T h i s wouldbe
from $120,204.56 t o $465,434.48depending
on t h e o r d e r
of
on whether the primary
w a s used.Becausethesecondary
o rs e c o n d a r ye v a l u a t i o np e r i o d
p e r i o d more c l o s e l y r e f l e c t s c u r r e n t c o n d i t i o n s
r a n g e would appear more a p p r o p r i a t e .
a value in this
Under t h e c u r r e n t lease
arrangement of 25 c e n t s p e r a c r e p e r y e a r r e n t a l f o r a l l m i n e r a l
rights the State
over t h e
would r e a l i z e anincomeof$107,306.00
n e x t 40 y e a r s f r o m t h e
'10,730.60 a c r e s i n v o l v e d
i n the current
condemnation s u i t .
From t h e s e c o n d a r y - l e a s e e v a l u a t i o n p e r i o d
acre-year value i s 35 c e n t s f o r
oil andgasleasesonly.This
i s based on a l l leases s o l d i n t h e s t u d y
only those tracts adjacent to
the current per
WhiteSands
area (table 7 ) .
Missile Range i n
are considered
Sierra, Socorro,Lincoln,
and OteroCounties
t h ea v e r a g ep e ra c r e - y e a r
value i s 5 1 c e n t s . T h i s
a t o t a l of35,009.89
value of$176,933.34.
i s based on
acres s o l d and a bid-plus-10-year
rental
Under a new r e n t a l agreement t h e S t a t e
c o u l d expect a minimum offrom
t h e next 40 y e a r s .
I€
$150,228.00 t o $218,904.00 over
c
55
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APPENDIX
TABLE 11
Bid
Tract
0-2
0-3
0-4
0-5
0-6
,
',
0-38
0-39
0-40
0-41
0-42
~
~
-
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
0-61
0-62
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sicrra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
0-63
Sierra
0-43
0-44
0-45
0-46
0-47
0-48
0-49
0-50
0-51
0-52
0-53
0-54
0-55
0-56
0-57
0-58
0-59
0-60
Rentals
1,000.00
120.00
$ .78
$
$ 1.52
$
$ -31 , , $
9 -25
$
1,000.00
400.00
200.00
5 yr
S 769.00
$ 768.00
$ 570.00
$ 769.00
$ 480.00
80.93
64.00
126.44
$ .19
$ .39
$ 9.89
$
$
$
150.00
250.00
12,500.00
$
$
$
324.00
256.00
2,16-12-1
809.33
640.00
1,264.38
4,18,21,27,32
12-1
1,239.96
124.00
$16.21
$ 20,100.00
3,4-12-1W
34,35,36-11-1W
1,145.65
114.57
$
.35
$
16,32-11-4W
36-11-5W
1,2-12-1w
960.00
640.00
1,283.56
913.56
.96
.64
128.36
91.36
128.00
128.00
126.31
101.38
128bOO
128.00
128.00
128.00
102.43
128.00
104.00
64.00
126.88
$
$
.34
.43
$19.55
$
$
80.20
$
$
$
.so
87.92
127.64
127.43
$
County
LOC SE
Acres
Dona Ana
1.281.29
~.~ Sierra 2.16-17-1
Dona Ana
1,280.00
32,3&17-1
950.13
DonaAna
2,6,7,16-18-1
Dona Ana
1,281,.32
1,2-18-1W
Dana Ana, Ll,12-18-lW
800,OO
.
32,33.36-11-1
32-11-2
.
~~
~~~
~
1,280.00
20,29;30-12-1W
21,22-12-lW
23,24-12-1W
25,26-12-1W
27,28-12-1W
31,32-12-1W
33,34-12-18
2,16-12-4W
32-12-4W
2,5-13-1W
6,7-13-1W
2,10-14-2W
2,4-16-1W
1,280.00
1,263.07
1,013.75
1,280.00
1,2s0.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,024.34
1,280.00
1,040.00
640.00
1,268.81
801.98
879.16
1,276.37
34,36-16-1W
17,18-17-1W
1,274.28
s
Min.
192.19
192.00
142.52
192.20
Page 1
- Work Sheets:
Primnry LeaseEvaluationPeriod
1974
s
$
Acres
.55
s
Total
700.00
Value
10 yr
S 2.691.00
.
Rental Bid
.
$
Per Acre
2.65
2.88
3.15
2.41
2.35
1,995.00
2,691.00
3,391.00
3,688.00
2,995.00
3,091.00
1,680.00
1,880.00
1,133,OO
896.00
1,770.00
1,283.00
1,146.00
14,270.00
$
506.00
$
$
$
$
496.00
$
1,736.00
21,836.00
$ 17.61
$
458.00
$
1,604.00
2,004.00
$
325.00 $
275.00 $
$ 25,100.00 $
$
-400.00 $
384.00
256.00
513.00
365.00
512.00
512.00
505.00
406.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
410.00
512.00
416.00
256.00
$
$
-47
1,669.00
1.171.00
26i897.00
1,679.00
31,792.00
2,892.00
2,868.00
2,419.00
2.992.00
2i792.00
23792.00
2,792.00
2i034.00
2,792.00
2,006.00
1:171.00
2;176.00
1,523.00
1,531.00
2,387.00
$
$
1.000.00 $
$ 1;000.00'*$
$ 1,000.00 $
$
600.00 $
$ 1,000.00: $
$
550.00 $ '
$
275.00 $
S
400.00 5 508.00
$
400.00 $'321.00
$
300.00 $ 352.00
$
600.00 $ 511.00
1,344.00
896.00
$. 1.797.00
.
$ 1,279.00
$ 1,792.00
$ 1,792.00
$ 1.768.00
$ 1;419.00
$ 1,792.00
.$ 1,792.00
$ 1,792.00
$ 1,792.00
$ 1.434.00
$ 1i792.00
$ 1,456.00
$
896.00
$ 1,776.00
$ 1,123.00
$ 1,231.00
$ 1,787.00
.47
$.
510.00
$
.44
$23.44
.86
.87
.99
$ ..94
$ .78
$ .78
$ .78
$ .59
$ .78
$ .53
$ .43
$ .32
$
$
$
.34
400.00
$ 30,000.00
$ 1,100.00
$. 1,100.00
$ 1;OOO.OO
$
$
$
$
$
1,200.00
$
600.00
$
$
$
$
$
2,688.00
1,784.00
2,384.00
,
$
$
$
8
8 1.59
7
1.79
$ 11.29
1.75
1.74
1.83
$20.95
$ 1.84
$24.84
$
'
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1
2.26
2.27
2.39
2.34
2.18
2.18
2.18
1.99
2.18
1.93
S 1.83
$ 1.71
$ 1.90
$ 1.74
$ 1.87
s
1.87
7
..
. .
.
Page 2
Tract
0-64
0-65
0-66
,
.
'
'.
'
County
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
.-LOC
SE
:2qi5t%%-2W
32.36-17-1W
Bid
Acres
~
:%:~~
1,280.00
128.00
16-3-6
3,4-3-7
5,8,9-3-7
10,15-3-7
16,17,20-3-7
21,22-3-7
27,28-3-7
29,32-3-7
32,34-3-7
8-4-7
32-4-7
520.00
1.280.22
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
640.00
2,3,15-6-14
16,19,24-6-14
20,21,22-6-14
23,24,36-6-14
25;26-6-14
27;28,29-6-14
30,31,32,33-6-14
1,115.84
1,080.13
920.00
1,080.00
1.040.00
1;200.00
0-16
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
16,17,20-6-15
30-6-15
0-4
0-5
0-6
otero
Otero
Otero
5-12-10
9-12-10
16-12-10
0-5
0-3
0-4
0-5
0-6
0-7
Otero
otero
otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
2,16-11-9
2,13-22-14
15,22-22-14
26,34-22-14
35.36-22-14
2,i6-22-15
23,24-22-15
25,31-22-15
32,36-22-15
0-67
0-68
0-69
0-70
0-71
0-72
0-73
0-74
0-75
0-76
0-77
Socorro
Socorro
'
:
socoL.ro
Socorro
Socorro
Socorro
Socorro
Socorro
Saccrro
Socorro
Socorro
Mi",
l.280.00
640.00
640.00
52.00
128.02
128.00
128.00
128.00
128.00
128.00
64.00
128.00
64.00
64.00
Total
Acres
$
$.
$
5
$
$
$
$
$
.47
.29
.
.33
.33
.39
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
.33
-51
.51
5 yr
Rentals
10 vr
. .
1 783 VU
Value
Rental Bid
b
800.00
600.00
S 512.00
.
$
512.00
$
1,792.00
2,392.00
$
1.87
150.00
250.00
325.00
325.00
375.00
425.00
425.00
$
208.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
512.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
878.00
2,042.00
2,117.00
2,117.00
2,167.00
2,217.00
2,217.00
1,146.00
1,792.00
1,221.00
$
256.00
728.00
1,792.00
1,792.00
1,792.00
1,792.00
1,792.00
1L792.00
896.00
1,792.00
896.00
896.00
1.69
1.60
1.65
1.65
1.69
1.73
1.73
1.79
1.73
100.00
$ 624.00
$ 528.00
$ 381.00
$ 2,343.00
$ 2,268.00
$ 1,932.00
$ 2,268.00
$ 2,184.00
$ 2.520.00
~
$ . 2i268.00
$ 2,184.00
$. 1.848.00
.
$ 1,335.00
2,511.00
2,431.00
2,132.00
2,430.00
2,340.00
2,700.00
~
2,468.00
2,384.00
1,980.00
1,435.00
$
$
$
387.00
384.00
384.00
$
$
$
1,354.00
1,344.00
1,344.00
1,454.00
1,444.00
1,444.00
$
$
S
$
$
$
>UY.UU
250.00
b
425.00
325.00
325.00
$
$
$
512.00
256.00
256.00
168.00
$
$
$
669.52
648.00
552.00
648.00
$'
624.00
$
720.00
S
$
S
"-."
2- I. 4 9 7 . 0 0
~~~.~
.
0.12
0-13
0-14
0-15
'
0-8
0-9
0-10
34,354-14
.
1
5
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,221.00
1 9 7 3
0-7
0-8
0-9
0-10
0-11
Per Acre
2 ,383.UU
bUO.UV
.
1.91
1.91
'$
$
880.00
635.78
167.38
162.02
138.00
162.00
156.00
180.00
162.00
156.00
132.00
95.00
644.60
640.00
640.00
97.00
96.00
96.00
$
$
$
.16
.16
.16
100.00
100.00
100.00
852.00
1,277.56
,
128.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$
190.00
$
192.00
$
190.00
$
192.00
$
.18
150.00
$
511.00
$
1,789.00
1,939.00
$
2.28
$
$
$
$
.15
.15
.15
-15
190.00
192.00
190.00
192.00
$ 760.00
$ 768.00
S 761.00
$ 768.00
$
$
$
$
2,660.00
2,688.00
2,664.00
2.688.00
2,850.00
$
$
$
$
2.25
l1O8O.0O
1,040.00
1,280.00
1 ,280.00
1..280.00
1,266.64
1,280.00
'. 1.268.40
1.280.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
.15
.22
.15
.15
.15
.19
.19
.15
.16
.
163.00
200.00
162.00
156.00
180.00
200.00
200.00
132.00
S
S 648.00
~
.
~
2,880.00
2,854.00
2,880.00
a
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
.
2.25
2.25
2.32
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.29
2.29
2.25
$
$
$.' 2.26
2.25
2.25
2.25
I
.
Tract
T-2
T-6
T-7
T-8
LOC SE
11,12,14-7-10
720.00
Otero
Otero
Otero
25,26-23-14
12,13924-14
32223-15
5-24-15
1,280.00
880.00
$
$
1,230.62
Rejected below min. b i d
1,261.46
Withdrawn
Acres
AE'res
$
Min.
108.00
$
.50
$
192.00
132.00
$
$
-15
$
$
.
DonaAna
7,18-26-2W
T-17
Lincoln
11,12,14-7-10
T-18
T-19
T-20
Otero
Otero
Otero
1,280.00
1,246.12
$
192.00
Withdrawn
Otero
otero
Otero
1,240.67
640.00
1,286.32
640.00
$
T-21
20,29-24-15
30,31-24-15
32-24-15
5-25-15
12-25-14
7,8-25-15
16-25-15
31,32-23-14
33,34-23-14
35,36-23-14
9,11,16-24-12
7,s-24-15
16,17-24-15
18,19-24-15
1,272.32
1,193.12
1,277.16
1,280.00
1,280.68
$
$
$
$
$
T-23
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
T-2
T-3
DonaAna
Dona Ana
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7
T-8
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
2,16-25-1W
36-25-1W
.
2-25-2W
2,4,5-26-1W
8,9,10,16-26-1W
32,36-26-1W
1,2-26-5
3,16-26-5
T-10
otero
18,19,30,32-26-6
1 ".
~
'
County
Lincoln
T-22
T-23
T-17
T-18
T-19
T-20
T-21
T-22
720.00
.21
vr
5 yr
432.00
$
1,512.00
198.00
187.00
$ 768.00
$ 528.00
$
$
Total 1 0
360.00 $
"
"
$
Rental Bid
1,872.00
$
2,688.00
1,848.00
$
$
2,886.00
2,035.00
$ .2.25
$ 2.31
Per Acre
2.60
:
Rejected(Improperapplication)
.25
$
323.33
$
768.00
$
2,688.00
'$
3,011.00
S
2.35
186.00
$ 1.20
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$
1,487.00
$
744.00
$
2,605.00
$
4,092.00
$
3.30
$
$
$
$
$
$:
$
$
768.00
768.00
9
$
$
2.671.00
2;688.00
2,688.00
2,506.00
2;688.00
S
$
$
$
763.00
768.00
768.00
716.00
768.00
$
$
261.00
261.00
261.00
238.62
241.00
301.00
241.00
$
$
$
$
.21
.20
.20
-20
.19
.24
e19
$
.$
$':
190.85
192.00
192.00
179.00
192.00
192.00
192.10
2,689.00
S
$
$
2.932.00
2i949.00
2,949.00
2.745.00
21929.00
2i989.00
2,930.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,278.24
$
191.74
$
.4o$
510.00
$
767.00
$
2,684.00
$
3,194.00
$
1,276.00
1,180.30
1,280.00
1,280.00
962.68
892.36
$
$
$
$
$
$
191.40
177.05
192.00
192.00
144.40
133.85
$ 3.33
$ e96
$ .97
$ .40
$ ' -33
$ .50
$ . 4.249;09::;
$ 1,133.09
$ 1.241.60:
$
-510.00
$
320.00
$
446.57
$ 766.00
!$ 708.00
$ 768.00
$ 768.00
$ 578.00
$ 535.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,680.00
2.479.00
2,688.00
2i688.00
$
$
1,874.00
$
$
$
6,929.00
3,612.00
3.930.00
3i198.00
2,342.00
2,320.00
$ 5.43
$ 3.06
$ :'3.07
$ 2.50
$ 2.43
$ 2.60
862.40
$
129.36
$
$
$
$
1.811.00
$
2.486.00
$
1,280.00
1,280.00
?
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
9
9
2;688.00
$
'
2.30
2.30
2.30
2.30
2.29
2.34
2.29
1 9 7 2
~~
~~
2.50
7
~
'
.n
675.00
si7.00
2.022.00
$
2.88
,
Bid
Tract
0-17
0-18
T-9
T-10
T- 1
T-2
T-3
'
T-4
T-13
T-14
Cauntv
otero
640.00 Otero
Otero
1,280.00
640.00
Otero
167.43
Dona
Ana
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
Otero
Otero
487.16
LOC
26,28,33-11-9
32-11-9
15-12-9
16.32-27-3
2,i6-28-1W
32,36-28-1W'
2,16-29-1W
35-12-10
36-12-10
14-13-10
Socorro
2-5-6
0-20
Otero
13,25-24-11
29-24-12
0-23
0-24
0-25
0-26
Ocero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
26,35-24-11
5,17-24-12
36-25-10
11,14-25-12
16-25-13
19,32-25-13
18-26-13
.
T-1
T-2
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
21,22,27,34-22-1W
2,16-29-2W
0-51
0-52
0-53
Sierra
Sierra
Siezsa
36-135-1W
36-135-2W
32-14-2
T-2
Otero
T-3
T-4
Otero
23-18-13
36-24-11
32-24-12
otezo
Acrea
48.12
96.00
$ 1.09
$ .55
$
$
192.00
96.00
$ 2.10
$ 2.10
1,275.68
1,240.00
1,020.08
$
$
$
$
25.11
191.35
186.00
153.01
$
$
$
$
.64
.57
-57
640.00
$
96.00
$'
5
Total
VI
Rentals
10 yr
Rental Bid
Value
P a r Acre
350.00
350.00
$
$
192.00
384.00
$
$
673.00
1.344.00
$
1,023.00
1,694.00
$
$
$
3.19
2.65
$
$
2,688.88
1,344.44
$
$
768.00
384.00
$
$
2,688.00
1,344.00
$
$
5,377.00
2,688.00
$
$
4.20
4.20
.57
$
$
$
$
107.00
727.00
707.00
581.00
$ 100.00
$ 165.00
$ 744.00
$ 612.00
$
351.00
$
$ 2,679.00
$
$ 2,604.00 ' $
$ 2,142.00
$
458.00
3,406.00
3,311.00
2,723.00
$ 2.74
$ 2.67
$ ''2.67
$ 2.67
$
.61
$
390.57
$
384.00
$
1,344.00
$
1,735.00
$
2.71
:73.07
$
.61
$
297.57
$
292.00
$
1,023.00
$
1,320.00
$
2.71
$
63.72
$
.18
$
111.57' $
255.00
$
892.00
$
1,004.00
$
1.58
1,040.00
$
156.00
$ 3.75
$
3,900.00
$
624.00
$
2,184.00
$
6,084.00
$
5.85
1,200.00
1.257.17
640.00
160.00
640.00
$
$
$
$
$
180.00
'188.58
96.00
24.00
96.00
$ 3.25
$ .56
$ .16
$ .63
$ .63
$
$
$
$
$
3,900.00
700.00
100.00
100.00
400.00
$
$
$
$
$
720.00
754.00
384.00
96.00
384.00
$
$
$
$
$
2,520.00
2,640.00
1,344.00
336.00
1,344.00
$
$
$
$
$
6,420.00
3,340.00
1,444.00
4.36
1,744.00
$
S
$
$
$
5.35
2.66
2.26
2.73
2.73
782.74
$
117.41
$ 3.19
$
2.500.00
$ . 470.00
$
1,644.00
$
4,144.00
$
5.29
$
$
192.00
153.34
$
$
$
$
261.67
531.56
$
$
768.00
613.00
$
$
2,688.00
2,146.00
$
$
2,950.00
2,676.00.
$
$
2.30
-52
$
$
$
64.00
64.00
64.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
200.00
200.00
100.00
$
$
$
256.00
256.00
$
.31
.16
.$
896.00
896.00
896.00
$
$
$
1,096.00
1,096.00
996.00
$
$
$
1.71
1.71
1.56
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$
$
1,344.00
1,344.00
$
$
2,662.00
2,662.00
$
$
4.16
4.16
1,280.00
1,022.24
640.00
640.00
640.00
.
Min.
$
$
320.77
36-25-13
15-26-13
16-26-13
637.24
T-15
0-21
0-22
Acres
SE
40.00
640.00
640.00
$
$
.
Withdzawn
96.00
96.00
.20
.31
I
1.318.40
1.318.40
$
$
'
256.00
384.00
384.00
$
.$
$
,
,
2.62
\
7
Page 5
Bid
Tract
T-5
Covntv
LOC
15.36-26-11
13;32,36-26-12
35-24-11;10,14,15
24,31-25-12
36-24-12
32-25-11
2-25-12
Oeera
17-25-12
18-25-12
36-25-12
32-25-12
1,281.56
1,278.52
640.00
T-13
0-14
0-15
0-16
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona:Ana
2,16-27-2W
2,16-27-3W
16-27-4W
0-50
Otero
0-51
0-52
Otero
Otero
36-11-9
2-12-9
16-14-11
32-14-11
T-3
Socorro
36-4-1
T-4
socorro
2-4-6
0-10
Otero
2-15-10
T- 7
T-8
T-9
T-10
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
12-14-9
36-14-9
28-14-10
16-16-10
T-1
T-2
T-3
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
2,16-18-3W
32-18-3W
32-28-1
16-29-1
T-11
T-12
8
16-25-12
2-5-1
T-4
'
Acres
'
960.24
640.00
640.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
,
155.77
96.00
96.00
95.63
96.00
96.00
96.63
96.00
96.00
5 vr
Total
..
,
1,038.48
640.00
640.00
637.54
640.00
640.00
644.20
640.00
640.00
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
T-6
T-7
T-8
T-9
T-10
Min.
Acres
SE
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
$ 2.06
-
-.
2,139.27
1,318.40
1,318.40
1,313.34
1,318.40
1,318.40
1,327.06
1.318:40
1.318.40
nentals
Rental
10 yr
Valu.
Bid
Per Acrs
.
$ 623.00
$2,181.,00
$4,320.00
. $ 384.00
$1,344.00
$2,662.00
$ 384.00
$1,344.00
$2,662.00
$ 383.00
$1,339.00
$2,653.00
$ 384.00
$1,344.00
$2,662.00.
$ 384.00
$1,344.00
$ 387.00
$1,353.00
. $ 384.00
$1,344.00
$ 384.00
$1,344.00
$2,662.00
I
$4.16
$4.16
$1,662.00
$2,680.00
$2,662.00
$4.16
$4.16
$4.16
$4.16
$4.16
$4.16
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$ .68
$ .23
$ .86
650.00
150.00
550.00
$ 576.00
$ 384.00
$ 384.00
$2,016.00
$1,344.00
$1,344.00
$2,666.00
$1,494.00
$1,894.00
$2.33
$
128.00
Tie Bid
$.17
213.80
- $ 512.00
$1,792.00
$2,006.00
$1.57
40.00
$
6.00
$2.50-
$
$
$4.60
640.00
640.00
120.00
640.00
$
$
$
96.00
96.00
18.00
96.00
1,280.00
400.12
1,283.02
640.00
'
640.00
381.83
..
$4.16
$
$
$
$
144.04
96.00
96.00
$ 192.45
$
96.00
$ 96.00
$ 57.27
1 9 7 1
$
$ -17
$ .17
$2.09
$ .1&
$ .15'
$ .16
$ .56
$ .29
100.00
$
24.00
$
$
.$
$
.lio.oo
111.00
251.20
113.00
$ 384.00
$ 384.00
$ 72.00
$ 384.00
$
$
$
$
192.45
100.00
358.40
103.00
$
$
$
$
.
.
84.00
$ 1,344.00
$ 1,344.00
$ 252.00
$1,344.00
770.00
$2,695.00
384.00
$1,344.00
384.00
$1,344.00
229.00
$ 802.00
184.00
$2.78
$2.96
1
$1,454.00
$1.455.00
$ .503.00
$1,457.00
$2.27
$2.27
$4.19
$2.28
$2,887.00
$1.444.00
$1,702.00
$ 911.00
$2;25
$2.2G
$2.66
$2.39
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00'9SES
00'99E'lS
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Bid
Tract
County
Otero
0-28
0-29
0-30
..
Otero
0-31
0-32
0-33
0-34
0-35
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
T-2
DonaAna
T-3
T-4
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7
T-8
T-9
T-10
T-11
T-12
T-13
T-14
T-15
T-16
41
42
43
44
45
'
LOC SE
6,8-25-14
15,16-25-14
1,280.00
25,36-25-14
2.i~-26-11
1;732,36-26-11
2,3-26-15
16,32-26-15
25.36-26-15
2.16-28-1
Otero
Otero
2,5-26-6
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
17,18-26-2!4
16,32-26-2W
27,28,30,35,36
26-2W
3,4-26-6
DonaAna
1,2-26-3W
DonaAna
12,13-26-3W
DonaAna
15,16-26-26-38
Dona Ana
32,36-26-3W
DanaAna
2,16-26-4W
DonaAna
2,16-27-1W
DonaAna
2,16-27-3W
DonaAna
36-25-3
DonaAna
1,3-26-5
DonaAna
4,7-26-5
Dona Ana695.4832,36-26-5
Dona Ana
21,36-27-2
Dona Ana
2,16-29-3
16-29-4
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Acres
Rental
1,274.59
1,280.00
1:ooo.oo
~,
~
Min.
~
1,149.85
1.280.00
816.42
918.44
.
$191.19
$192.00
$192.00
$150.00
$172.4a
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Acres
$ -15
$ .15
$ .15
$150.00
$ .15
$ .15
'
Total
$192.00
$192.00
$192.00
$173.00
'
Rentala
5 Yr
10 V I
$765.00
$2,677.00
$768.0D
$2,688.00
$768.00
S2;688.00
.~
~~-~~
$600.00 ,
$2,100.00
$690.00
$2,415.00
.
Value
Bid
$2,869.00
Per Acre
$2,250.00
$2.25
$2.25
.$2.25
$2.25
$2,588.00
$2.25
$2;880.00
$2;880.00
1.278.72
$191.81
1 9 7 0
$322.22
$ .25
$767.00
$2,685.00.
$3,007.00
$2.35
1,310.12
1,309.84
$196.52
$196.48
$ .26
$ .26
$335.00
$335.00
$786.00
$786.00
$2,751.00
$2,751.00
$3,086.00
$3,086.00
$2.36
$2.36
1,261.46
1,280.00
$189.22
$192.00
$ -17
$ .20
$214.45
$256.00
$757.00
$768.00
$2,649.00
$2,688.00
$2,864.00
$2,944.00
$2.27
1,120.00
$168.00
$ .21
$235.20
$2,352.00
$672.00
1,147.76
1,280.00
960.00
1,280.00
1,211.36
1,275.00
1,278.52
640.00
1,295.04
816.02
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-16
.16
.18
.18
.16
.21
;17
.21
$182.50
$204.80
$172.80
$230.40
$193.82
$267.75
$217.35
$136.57
$689.00
$768.00
$576.00
$2,688.00
$768.00
$727.00
$2,678.00
$765.00
$767.00
$1,344.00
$384.00
$ -15
$ -17
$ .21
$125.57
$118.23
$142.80
$490.00
$417.00
$1,428.00
$408.00
$1,714.00
$1,460.00
680.00
$172.16
$192.00
$144.00
$192.00
$181.70
$191.25
$191.78
S, ~~.
96.00
Withdrawn
$122.40
$104.32
$102.00 .
$1,840.00
$1,578.00
$1,571.00
$2.25
$2.27
$2.31
763.92
$114.59
$ '.22
$168.06
$458.00
$1,604.00
$1,772.00
$2.32
13,23,25.28-23-12 800.00
33,36-23-12
1,295.20
1.280.60
2.16-23-13
31.32-23-13
. 1;282.81
35,36-23-13
1,120.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$2.587.00'
,
$2,411.00
$2,688.00
$2,016.00
$2,544.00
$2,685.00
$2,593.00
$2,893.00
$2,189.00
$2,918.00
$2,738.00
$2,945.00
$2,902.00
$k,481.00
$2.30
'
$2.31
$2.26
$2.26
$2.28
$2.28
$2.26
$2.31
1
)
Tract
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
County
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
LOG
Acres
SE
Min.
1,278.36
1.2-23-14
314.7-23-14
11267.24
16,i1-23-14
1;280.00
12,13-23-14
1,280.00
14,15-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
16,17-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
1,259.36
18,19-23-14
Otero
20,21-23-14
1,280.00
Otiro
1,280.00
22,23-23-14
Otero
24,25-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
26,34-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
30,31-23-14
1,263.72
Otero
32,33-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
35,36-23-14
1,280.00
Otero
2,3-23-15
920.07
Otero
5,6-23-15
1.270.80
Otero
7,8,16-23-15
li155.74
Otero
32,36-23-15
1,000.00
Otero
13,26-24-11
800.00
Otero
35.36-24-11
1.280.00
Otero
-' l,i,3,4-24-12
1i256.59
Otero
, 5,9-24-12
1,250.29
Otero
11,12,13,15-24-121,160.00
Otero
16.17-24-12
1.120.00
Otero
20;21-24-12
1i179.48
Otero
22,25,26,29
1,040.00
24-12
Otero
32,36-24-12
1,280.00
.Otero.
2,5-24-13
13~a6.32
Otero
6,10,16-24-13
1,145.25
Otero ,
14.15-24-13
1.280.00
Otero
32;35,36-24-131;040.00
Otero
25-24-13
19-24-14
1.272.24
Ocero
, 1i350.96
1,2-24-14
Otero
3,4,6-24-14
926.24
Orero
8,lO-24-14
1,280.00
Otero .
11.13-24-14
1,280.00
Otero
12;16.21-24-14. 1;120.00
~
~~
Bid
Acres
5 vr
Total
'
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
.Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
WithdriaMl
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$176.92
,.
L
Rentals
10 vr
.
Value
Rental
Bid
Per Acre
.. .
$ .30
$354.00
$708.00
$2.477.00
$2,831.00
$2.40
$
$
$
$
$
.15
$205.00
.16
$150.00
.16
.17
$205.00
$811.00
$556.00
$768.00
$768.00
$672.00
$2.837.00
.~
$1,945.00
$2,688.00
$3,042.00
$2,095.00
$2,893.00
$2,900.00
$2.522.00
$2.25
$2.26
$2.26
$2.27
$2.25
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$202.64
$138.94
$192.00
$192.00
$168.00
.15
$212.00
$170.00
~
$2,688.00
$2,352.00
Page 9
Bid
Tract
83
84
85
Countv
Otero
Otcro
Otero
86
87
Otero
Otero
otero
otero
88
89
90
91
92
93
,
'
Otero
.
otero
otero
Otero :'
.
105
Otero
0tero.Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero' '
Otero
Otero
Otaro
Otero
Otero
Otero
106
Otero.
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
107
Otero
108
109
110
111
112
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
113
Otero
Acres
LOC SE
1
20,30-24-14
22,23,24-24-14
28,29,33,36
24- 14
31,32-24-14
36-25-10
32-25-11
2,3-25-11
16,21-25-11
35,36-25.11
.
2,16-25-12
8.9-25-12
-10,11,14,15,24
31,32,25-12
'
17.18-25-12
2,%-25-13
16,19-25-13
1,2-25-14
4,525-14
6,8-25'14
15,16-25-14'
25,36-25-14
2,s-26-6
3,4-26-6
3.7-26-6
'.,.
Rentals
Acres
$ .16
$ .16
$207 .OO
$207.00
$764.00
$768.00
$ ,.17
$155.00
$364.00
$205.00
$552.00
$190.90
$192.00
920.00
1,272.64
$138.00
$190.90
1.280.00
700.28
1,280.00
1,441.92
1,277.54
1.280.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
1,080.00
1.284.20
li133.93
701.88
1,279.52
1,279.84
1,274.59
1,280.00
1;280.00
1,310.12
1,309.84
947.76
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
1,240.00
$186.00
$ .15
$186.00
862.40
$129.36
$ .20
$172.48
.
9 .16
...
$ .17
$ .17
Rejected not min. bid
$196.52
$196.48
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdraw
Withdrawn
Withdraw
Withdrawn
.
Value
$2,688.00
Rental Bid
$2,880.00
$2,895.00
$2,087.00
$1,932.00
$2.673.00
$2.878.00
$786.00
$2,974.00
$2,751.00
$2,751.00
$2.27
$2,974.00
$744.00
$2,790.00'
$2,604.00
$517.00
$1,811.00
$1,983.00
5 yr
1,272.64
1,280.00
13,14,15,36
637.00
26-10
2,15-26-11
1,000.00
16,32,36-26-11 1,149.85
13,32.36-26-12
553.28
1,214.64
2,i5,16-26-13
16,18,32-34
26-13
1.035.19
2,7,8,16-26-14 .1.280.00
'
Min. Total
10 yr
$2,673.00
Per Acre
$2.26
$2.26
,
$2.27
$2.26
1
,
$786.00
$222.72
$222.72
.
$2.27
$2.25
'
$2.30
7
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Value
Tract
114
115
116
117
LOC
Acres
SE
Otero
20,32,36-26-14
806.12
Otero
816.42
16,32.26-15
Otero
Otero
25;36-26-15
918.44
Min
Bid
Total
Acres
5 yr
Rentals
10 yr
Rental Bid
Per Acre
Withdrawn
withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
139
Dona Ana
2,16-28-1
1,278.72
$191.81
$ .17
$217.38
$767.00
$2,685.00
$2,902.00
$2.27
T-1
Dona Ana
2,16-21-2W
1,281.68
$192.25
$- 27
$341.57
$769.00
$2,692.00
$3,033.00
$2.37
T-7
T-8
T-9
T-10
T-11
T-12
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otera
Otero
Otero
21,22-12-9
21.22-12-10
1.120.00
1,280.00
$192.00
5168.00
$156.33
$156.98
$192.00
$174.00
$ .27
5, .15
- -
$768.00
$672.00
$625.00
$2.30
$768.00
$696.00
$2,688.00
$2,436.00
$3,027.00
$2,520.00
$2,400.00
$2,355.00
$2;990.00
$2,748.00
$2.37
$2.25
$ .24
$ .27
$339.33
$168.00
$212.00
$156.98
$301.57
$311.57
T-13
640.00
Sierra
36-13-213
$ 64.00
$ .20
$127.82
$256.00
$896.00
$1,024.00
$1.60
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
2,16-21-2W
1,281.68
12-21-2w
640.00
20.21.22-22-261.
920.00
960.00
27;34:21"2W
32,36-21-2W
1,280.00
2,16-21-3W
1,270.80
21.22,32-21-3W1,280.00
Rejected BMB
$138.00
$144.00
$192.00
$190.62
$192.00
$ .16
S, .31
$ .40
$ .21
$ .31
$ .17
$105.00
$285.20
$384.00
$267.00
$397.02
$221.00
$384.00
$552.00
$576.00
$768.00
$762.00
$768.00
$1,344.00
$1;932.00
$2,016.00
$2.688.00
$2;668.00
$2,688.00
$1.449.00
$2;217.00
$2,400.00
$2,955.00
$3,065.00
$2,909.00
$2.26
$2.41
$2.50
$2.31
$2.41
$2.27
T-22
T-23
T-24
T-25
T-26
T-27
T-28
'Otero
636.88
640.00
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero'
4-13-9
9-13-9
1,2-13-10
1,036.08
1,354-13-10
1,141.78
2,10,24,32-13-101,144.08
10,23-13-10
,960.00
11.12-13-10
1,280.00
$ 95.53
$ 96.00
$ .33
$ .33
$210.17
$382.00
$384.00
$i,547.00
$1,555.00
$2,336.00
$2,574.00
$2,702.00
$2.43
$2.43
$2.25
0-1
0-2
0-3
0-4
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
19.30-21-213
23.24-21-3W
25;36-21-38
2,16-22-1W
18.19-22-1W
1,109.73
$1,422.00
$1,444.00
$2,160.00
0-5
~
629.40
640.00
. 960.00
1,118.40
$ 96.00
5155.41
$171.27 .
' $171.61
$144.00
$192.00
$ 94.41
$ 96.00
$144.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
.
$ .20
$ .15
~~
$628.00
.
$2.688.00
~~
~
$2,352.00'
$2,188.00
$2,198.00
$685.00
.21
$176.57
$300.00
$249.60
$267.00
$576.00
$768.00
$1,337.00
$1.344.00
$2;176.00
$2,398.00
$2,402.00
$2,016.00
$2,688.00
$ .16
$ .16
$ .15
$100.00
$100.00
$144.00
$378.00
$384.00
$576.00
$1,322.00
$1,344.00
$2.016.00
$
$
$
$.
$
.15
.15
.26
.26
$211.20
$160.00
$622.00
$686.00
$2,266.00
$2,955.00
-
\
$2.25
$2.25
$2.36
$2.36
$2.31
$2.26
$2.26
$2.25
"\
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Bid
Tract
0-6 .
0-7
'
Dona Ana
1.2,12,36-26-41,149.24
$172.39
$ .17
$197.57
$690.00
$2,414.00
$2,611.00
$2.27
T-1
T-2 '
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
-~
T-7 ,
T-8
T-9 '
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
9.10-12-9
34,35-12-9
36-12-9
32-12-10
2,3-13-9
2,11,12-13-9
10,ll-13-9
15-13-10
15-13-10
S 96.00
$120.00
$ .16
$ .15
$ .23
$384.00
$480.00
$384.00
$384.00
$573.00
$575.00
$576.00
$192.00
$192.00
$1,344.00
$1,680.00
$1.344.00
$1:344.00
,
.
$2,016.00
$ -672.00
$672.00
$1,446.00',
$1,802.00
Sl:493.00
$1;556.00
$2,152.00
$2,210.00
$2.162.00
$ -820.00
$ 840.00
$2.26
$2.25
$2.33
$2.43
.15
.46
.52
$102.00
$122.00
$148.57
$211.57
$146.00
$197.57
$146.00
$147.57
$167.57
13,14-13-9
16-13-9
21-13-9
23.24-13-9
g-k-10
16-13-10
$
$
$
$
,$
.15
.21
.16
-15
.33
$ .33
$194.00
$135.60
$102.00
$194.00
$208.80
$208.80
$768.00
$384.00
$384.00
$768.00
$384.00
$384.00'
$2,6a8.00
$2,882.00
T-6
Otero
Otsro
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
$1,344.00
$1,344.00
$2,688.00
$1,344.00
$1,344.00
$1,480.00
$1,446.00
$2,882.03
$1,553.00
$1,553.00
$2.25
$2.31
$2.26
52.25
$2.43
$2.&3
7
Sierra
$ .59
$188.75
$128.00
$
$
$1.99
0-18 '
0-19
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
'
'
Value
T-1
0-17
. -.
'
Rentals
10 y r
0-20
0-8
0-9
0-10
0-11
0-12
0-13
0-14.
0-15
0-16
.
Mtn.
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$192.00
Withdrawn
$164.71
$168.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$144.00
$192.00
$144.00
LOC SE
Acres
20.21.22-22-1131.280.00
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
27;34;36-22-1W1;280.00
29,30-22-1W
1,273.18
Dona Ana
31,32-22-1W
1,273.18
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
962.48 2.3-22-2w
Dona Ana
16,16-22-2W
1,280.00
Dona Ana
13,24-22-2W
960.00
18,19-22-2W
1,098.66
Dona Ana
20,21-22-2w
1,120.00
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
22,23-22-2W
1,280.00
Dona Ana
25,26-22-2W
1,280.00
Dona Ana
27,28-22-26
960.00
32,34-22-2W
Dona Ana
960.00
Dona Ana
35.36-22-2W
1.280.00
35;36-22-3W
960.00
mna Ana
0-3
County
Dona Ana
640.00
800.00
640.00
640.00
955.33
958.06
960.00
320.00
320.00
'
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
$143.30
$143.71
$144.00
$ 48.00
$ 48.00
1,280.00
$192.00
640.00
'
640.00
1,280.00
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
640.00
$192.00
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
20-14-2W
14-15-2W
320.00
$ 32.00
19-25-2W
637.20
Withdram
1
640.00
.
Acres
Totel
5 VI
'$ .15
$192.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$2,880.00
$2.25
$ .15
$ .I5
$164.71
$168.00
$659.00
$672.00
$2,306.00
$2,352.00
$2,471.00
$2,520.00
$2.25
$ .15
$ .15
$ .15
$144.00
$192.00
$144.00
$576.00
$768.00
$576.00
$2,016.00
$2,688.00
$2.016.00
$2,160.00
$2,880.00
$2;160.00
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
BidRental
Per Acre
h
$. .33
$ .15
$
$
$
$
.21
~..
~
$2,006.00
$2.012.00
448.00
637.00
1
$2.25
$2.25
$2.31
$2.25
$2.56
$2.62
7
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. ..
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. .
..
.
.
.
. .
. .
Bid
LOC SE
Countv
Tract
Ana Dona 0-4
0-5
0-6
Ana Dona 0-7
0-8
0-9
0-10
0-11 .
Dona0-12
Withdrawn
1,261.46
18-26-2W
Ana Dona0-13
0-14
0-15
0-16
o-ij
0-18
0-19
0-20
0-21
0-22
6-13-9
Otero T-14
27,28-13-9
1,280.00
OteroT-15
ero
T-16
T-17
T-18
T
-.19
I
.
"
"
I
Ana Dona
AnaDona
'
Acres
960.00
26,36-25-2W Withdrawn
1,119.32
29,30-25-2W Withdrawn
1,276.48
31,32-25-2W Withdrawn
1,178.30
2,5,6-25-3W
9,11,16-25-3W
1,000.00
Ana Done
23,24-25-3W
Ana
Dona
1,280.00
Withdrawn
25,36-25-3W
Ana
Dona
1,280.00
Withdrawn
'
Dona
Ana
30,32-25-3W
Withdrawn
682.36
Ana
32,36-25-4W
1,280.00
Dona
Dona
.
Withdrawn
16,32-26-2W
1;280.00
27,28,30,35,36
26-2W
Withdrawn
1,120.00
Dona Ana
1,2-26-3W Withdrawn
1,147.76
Dona Ana . ' 12,13-26-3W
1,280.00
960.00
Dona Ana 15.16,26-26-3W
Dona Ana 32;36:26-3W
1;280.00
. 1,211.36 .
Dona Ana 2,16-24-4W
Withdrawn
Dona Ana 2,16-27-1W . 1,275.00
'1.278.52
DonaAna Withdrawn
2,16-27-3W
33.34-13-9
1,280.00
640.00
36-13-9
otero
.".~
6116.21.28
-,--,--,--
16-10
.
Value
Per
Acre
...,
i
Withdram
..
.
802.17
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$192.00
$192.00
$192.00
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
,. . .
$120;33
Sierra
22,23-16-2W
1,240.00
$124.00
25,36-16-2W
Sierra
21,22-13-10
ocero
640.00
25-13-10
Otero
Otero
26,27-13-10
28-13-10
Otero
7-14-10 '
$1;450.80
.$1.17
1,240.00
$124.00
1,280.00
$192.00
$ 96.00
'
1,080.00
$186.13
1,240.88
$ $230.40
.18
$ .17
$768.00
$217.60
$ $217.60
.17
$ .17
$111.00
$ .31
$200.00
.
.
$ .16
$ .16
$162.00
$768.00
$195.00
$ .15
$ .16
$165.00
$648.00
$ .15
$ .28
$768.00
$768.00
$1,455.00
$1,344.00
$384.00
$384.00
$2,688.00
$2,688.00
$2,688.00
$2,918.00
$2,906.00
$2.906.00
$2.28
$2.27
$2.27
$2.27
$1,344.00
$1;544.00
$2.41
$2,688.00
$l,8ll;oo
$2,888.00
$2.26
$2.26
$2,579.00
$2.08
$2.57
$2.25
$2.26
$2.268.00
$2,883.00
$1,444.00
$2,433.00
$2,606.00
$2,956.00
$2.38
l'. I
$127 .OO
$200.00
$ .68 $2,330.00
$1,568.00
$448.00
$761.60
.$S43.20
$ 668
16,21-16-2W
$112.00
1,120.00
SierraT-23
'
Rentals
yrBidRental
10 vr
Withdrawn
.Withdrawn
T-22$192.00
1,280.00
2,16-26-12
Otero
0-1
0-2
0-3
0-4
5
Total
Acres
Ana
Ana
1,280.00
640.00
35-13-9
Otero
Otero
Min.
I
$1,684.00
$481.00
$768.00
$1,736.00
$496.00
$496.00
$2.08
$3,187.00
$1.736.00
$2,688.00
$100.00
$745.00
$350.00
.
.
..
$1,344.00
$384.00
$2.25
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County
Tract
0-5
0-6
Awes
$1,392.00
520.00
640.00
LOC SE
.
Value
Min
$ 78.00
$300.00
$ 96.00
Otero
Otero
32-13-10
36-13-10
T-20
T-21
T-22
T-23
T-24
T-25
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero ..
Otero
946.99
6,7,8,18-17-9
9,16.19,20-17-9 1,000.00
3O,3belj-9
800.00
2,11,14-18-9
812.12
640.00
36-18-9
36-19-8
640.00
$121.82
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
T-31
T-32
T-33
T-34
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra '
Sierra
32-13-2
.~
9,17-14-2W
18,19-14-2W
32-14-2
Withdrawn
$128.00
$112.55
Withdrawn
'640.00
~. .
"
~
'
1,280.00
1,125.48
640.00
$142.05
$150.00
$120.00
Bid
Total
Acres
$ .58
$ -16
$ioo.oo
Rentals
5 YK
10 yr
Rental
Bid
$312.00
$1,092.00
$384 IO0
$1,344.00
$1,444.00
$568.00
Per Acre
'
,
$2.68
$2.26
$480.00
$487.00
$384.00
$384.00
$1,988.00
$2,100.00
$1,680.00
$1,705.00
$1,344.00
$1,344.00
$7,775.00
$8,210.00
$1,903.00
$2,209.00
$3,974.00
$1;664.00
$8.21
$2.38
$2.72
$6.21
$539.00
$474.00
$512.00
$450.00
$1,792.00
$1,575.00
$1.82
$2,331.00
$2,049.00
$1.82
.15
.16
.16
.16
.15
.15
.15
$150.60
$190.00
$101.00
$lOl.OO
$120.00
$188.76
$160.92
$600.00
$696.00
$384.00
$384.00
$480.00
$755.00
$644.00
$2,100.00
$2,436.00
$1,345.00
$1,344.00
$1,680.00
$2,643.00
$2.253.00
$2,250.00
$2,626.00
$1,446.00
$1,445.00
$1,800.00
$2,831.00
$2,414.00
$2.25
$2.26
$2.26
$2.26
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$220.00
$240.00
$2.268.00
$2,488.00
$2,879.00
$2,047.00
$2,524.00
$2,834.00
$2,562.00
~
.
$2,923.00
$1,947.00
$2,016.00
$2.016.00
$1,551.00
$2,160.00
$2.160.00
$1;662.00
$2.29
$2.28
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2,195.00
$2,061.00
$2,352.00
$2.251.00
$2.29
$6.11
$6.11
$ .28 '
9 .62
$4.11
$ .50
$5,786.10
$6,110.00
$223.13
9503.51
.~
$2,630.40
$320.00
$ .42
$ .42
~~~
$600.00
$8.21
'
-
4
$2.60
1 9 6 9
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7
T-8
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
T-9
T-10
T-11
T-12
T-13
T-14
T-15
T-16
T-17
T-18
T-19
,DanaAna
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
T-20
Dona h a
~~.
27.32-23-2W
1.000.00
.
33;34,36-23-2W:.'160.00
2-23-313
640.80
36-23-3W
640.00
3,4,9,16-23-4W
800.00
6,7-23-4W
1,258.40
18.19-23-4W
1.072.82
20;21,27,28,32
23-4W
1,080.00
30,31-23-4W
1,256.96
33.34.35-23-4W
680.00
2.io"z4-1w
1.117.82
~
~ , - ~ -~~
2,4,5,6-24-2W 1,241.81
13,14,16:24-2W
1,120.00
32.36-24-213
1.280.00
2,5-24-31.1
927.08
8.16-24-31.1
960.00
..
~,~~ '
17,20-24-3W.
960.00
25,29,30-24-3W
738.70
'
30-24-3W
6 8 18,22-24-4W 1,045.27
981.60
3f,12-24-3W
~
~
~
.
~
~
~
~
$150.00
$174.00
$ 96.12
$ 96.00
$120.00
$188.76
$160.92
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$162.00
$188.54
$102.00
$167.67
$186.27.
$168.00
$192.00
$139.06
$144.00
$144.00
$110.81
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
.20
.19
.91
.16
.18
.19
.18
.15
.15
$. 15
$ .15
$618.80
$176.00
$2.25
$210.00
$235.00
$139.06
$144.00
$144.00
$110.81
$648.00
$754.00
$408.00
$671.00
$745.00
$672.00
$768.00
$556.00
$576.00
$576.00
$443.00
$156.79
$147.24
$ .15
$ .19
$156.86
$190.00
$627.00
$589.00
$2;639.00
$1,428.00
$2,348.00
$2,608.00
$2.;352.00
$2.688.00
. , ~
~
$2,086.00
$2.30
$3.01
$2.26
.
.
'
$2.28
,
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$2.29
$2.25
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Bid
Tract
36-24-38
AnaDona
T-21
..
,
,
'
'
Countv
LOCAcre8
SE
Min. Acres
640.00
2,3-24-4W
961;76
5,9,10-24-4W
960.24
11114-2&4W
1,280.00
16,17-24-4W
960.00
956.48
19.20-24-4W
1,160.00
23,25-24-4W
1,200.00
26,27-24-4W
1,280.00
28,29-24-4W
1,274.24
30,32-24-4W
1,280.00
35,36-24-4W
871.00
2,5-25-3W
6;9,11-25-3W
667.30
640.00
16a25-3W
1,280.00
23,24-25-3W
1,280.00
25i36-25-3W
682.36
30,32-25-3W
2,3-25-4W
1,277.12
880.00
10.15-25-413
16:21.22-25-4W
960.00
T-24
T-25
T-26
T-27
T-28
T-29
T-30
T-31
T-32
T-33
T-34
T-35
T-36
T-37
T-38
T-39
T-40
T-41
T-42
T-43
T-44
T-45
T-46
T-47
T-48
T-49
2-50
2-51
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dora Ana
Dona Ana
Dana Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona An6
Dona Ana 32;36126-3W
2,i6-26-4w
1i211.36
Dona Ana
Dona Ana 5,6-26-4W
7,8-26-4W
Dona Ana 1,268.52
1i281.56
Dona Ana 2;16-27-2W
Dona Ana
2;16-27-3W
Dona Ana 1,2-27-4W
115
640.00
Sierra
32-15-2
0-55
0-56
Dona
Dona
32-24-3
16,32-26-4
1-15
Otero
36-17-8
32-17-9
Ana
Ana
S.~96.00
-
$144.26
$144.04
$192.00
$144.00
$143.47
$174.00
$180.00
$192.00
$191.14
$192.00
Withdrawn
Wfthdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Wfthdrawn
$191.57
$132.00
$144.00
Withdram
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Wlthdrawn
Withdrawn
$146.64
$190.28
$192.23
Withdrawn
$107.80 .
$100.00
S38L.00
S .16
$ .91
$ .91
$ .91
$ .15
$ .18
.Total
Rentals
-.-..5-vr
10
Value
yr
S1.1LL.00
.-I_,
5875.21
$873.82
$1.164.80
$ -144.00
$170.00"
Rental
Bid
$1,444.00
$2,895.00
$2;890.00
$3,853.00
$2,160.00
$2,179.00
$2,636.00
$2,700.00
$180.00
$192.00
$191.14
$192.00'
$577.00
$576.00
$768.00
$576.00
$574.00
$696.00
$720.00
$768.00
$765.00
$768.00
$ .15
$ .15
$ .15
$191.57
$132.00
$144.00
$766.00
$528.00
$576.00
$1,848.00
$2,016.00
$2,873.00
$1,980.00
$2,160.00
$ .15
$ .15
$ .15
$146.64
$190.28
$192.23
$587.00
$761.00
$769.00
$2,053.00
$2,664.00
$2,691.00
$2,200.00
$2,854.00
$2,884.00
$ .15
$107.80
$631.00
$1,509.00
$1,617.00
$ 64.00
$ .28
$179.20
$256.00
$
896.00
$1.68
$1,075.00
560.60
1,044.56
$ 84.00
$ .80
$ .62
$450.00
$336.00
$156.68
$650.00
$627.00
$1,177.00
$2,194.00
$1.627.00
$2,844.00
1,280.00
$192.00
$5.30
$6,784.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$7.40
$9.472.00
1.280.00
977.59
1i278.52
718.64
$
$
$
$
$'
.y
.15
.15
.15
-15
$200.00
$2,020.00
$2,016.00
$2.688.00
$2;016.00
$2,009.00
$1,436.00
$2,520.00
$2,688.00
$2,676.00.
$2,688.00
$2,682.00
Per Acre
$2.26
$3.01
'
$2.25
$2,880.00
$2.25
$2,868,00
$2,880.00
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
'
'
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
,
$2.25
$2.90
. $2.72
.. .
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Pdgr 15
County
Bid
Tract
T-16
Otero
'2-17
T-18
T-19
T-20
T-21
T-22
Otero
' Otero
Otsro
Otero
Otero
Otero
LOC SE
36-18-8
32-18-9
.
"
'.
'
0-4
0-5
g6n.no
"""
1,012.24
1,280.00
734.68
1,280.00
Sierra
Sierra
Min.
$1,543.00
$2,688.00
$5,856.00
$3,646.00
$3,669.00
93,366.00
$6,710.00
$6,855.00
$9.13
$5.36
$2,688.00
$1,220.00
$1.53
$ 92.00
$126.73
$128.00
$127.66
$ 48.00
$ .ll
$ .10
$ .10
$100.00
$130.00
$130.00
$1,400.00
$1,400.00
$1,300.00
$368.00
$507.00
$512.00
$511.00
$192.00
$512.00
$511.00
$
800.00
$288.00
$1,400.00
$1.55
$1.02
$1,000.00
$1,100.00
$1,100.00
$1,550.00
$1,300.00
$506.00
$464.00
$256.00
$384.00
$b18,00
$401.00
$400.00
$512.00
$1,288.00
$1,774.00
$1,792.00
$1,788.00
$' ,672.00
$1,792.00
$1,787.00
$1.008.00
$1;771.00
$1;624.00
$ 896.00
$2.016.00
$1;466.00
$1,403.00
$1.400.00
$1;792.00
$1,388.00
$1,904.00
$1.922.00
$3;188.00
$1,272.00
$3,192.00
$3,087.00
Sl;808.00
$3;171.00
$2,924.00
$1.596.00
$3;016.00
$2,566.00
$2,503.00
$2,950.00
$3,092.00'
$1.51
$1.50
$1.50
$2.50
$2.65
$2.49
$2.42
$2.51
$4.41
$2.52
$2.49
$3.14
$2.45
$2.50
$2.95
$2.42
$191.40
$ .15
$191.40
$766.00
$2,680.00
$2,871.00
$2: 25
$192.31
$162.11
$ 96.00
$..16
$ .16
$. .21
$210.00
$177.00
$136.00
$769.00
$648.00
$384.00
$2,692.00
$2,269.00
$1,344.00
$2,902.00
$2,446.00
$1,480.00
$2.26
$126.77
$
$
$
$
$
$813.00
$585.00
$381.00
$535.00
$405.00
$507.00
$365.00
$353.00
$496.00
$384.00
$1,775.00
$1,277.00
$1.235.00
$1;736.00
$1,345.00
$2,588.00
$1,862.00
$1,616.00
$2.271.00
$1,750.00
Otero 1,282.08
1,2-14-9
otero
3,4-14-9
Otero
640.00
16-14-9
32
33
34
35
36
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
911.49
881.89
Per Acre
$1,120.00
26
1.267.69
1.2-15-2W
3;5,6-15-2W
7,8.11-15-2W
12,13-15-2W
1,240.00
16,18-15-2W
961.00
$2,016.00
$2,125.00
$2,016.00
Value
$320.00
27
28
1.080.72
$576.00
$607.00
$576.00
$768.00
$441.00
$768.00
Rental Bid
$100.00
Dona Ana
2,16-25-213
1,276.00
Rentals
10 VI
$ .13
T-1
,
5 VI
$ 80.00
$127.64
$ 71.96
$126.50
$116.00
$ 64.00
$ 96.00
$104.70
$100.19
$100.00
$128.00
,
Total
Acres
$144.00
$4.00
$3,840.00
$151.84
$1.,521.00
$1.50
$144.00
$1.72
$1,652.50
6192.00
8 $678.40
.53
$5,167.00
$7.03
$110.20
$4,167.00
$3.26
$192.00
'Withdrawn before sale
800.00
13,36-14-1
21,26-14-1W
29,32-14-1
920.00
2,16-15-1
Sierra
1,267.34
32.36-15-1
1.280.00
Sierra
Sierra
1i276.56
2.k-16-1
Sierra
22,23,27,28-16-1480.00
Sierra
32,36-16-1
1.280.00
2,4-16-1W
Sierra
1,276.37
3,26-16-1W
719.56
Sierra
5,6,8,9,28-16-1W1,264.96
Sierra
Sierra
16,22,26-16-1W1,160.00
640.00 27-16-1W
Sierra
34,36-16-lW
960.00
Sierra
Sierra
1,046.95
2,3-17-1W
5,8,9-17-1W
1.001.85
Sierra
Sierra
1O,i5,16-17-1w1;ooo.oo
32,36-17-1W
1,280.00
Sierra
0-6
0-7
0-8
0-9
0-10
0-11
0-12
0-13
0-14
0-15
0-16
0-17
0-18
0-19
0-20
'
"
3,lO-18-9
960.00
21.32-18-9
16,32-19-9
2-20-8
16.36-20-8
16;36-20-9
1;280.00
Acres
$128.00
$ 91.15
$ 88.19
$124.00
$ 96.10
$1.10
$1.29
$1.09
$1.02
$1.11
$1.95
$1.12
$1.09
$1.04
$1.05
$l;lo
.64
.64
.43
.43
.42
$
'
600.00
$l;300.00
. ,~
$ 700.00
~
,
,
$2.26
$2.31
$2.04
$2.04
$1.83
$1.83
$1.82
7
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Tract
,
Total
5 vr
1,120.00
960.00
$112.00
$ 96.00
$ .25
$
. $422.40
$281.00
$448.00
$384.00
$1,568.00
$2,016.00
$1,849.00
$2,438.00
$1.65
$2.54
$150.00
$191.89
$192.00
$191.74
$ .38
$4.69
$ .20
$1.25
$375.00
,~ ~.
$6,000.00
$2,100.00
$2,687.00
$250.00
$1,600.00
$600.00
$768.00
$768.00
$767.00
$2.48
$6.79
$2;684.00
$2,475.00
$8,687.00
$2.938.00
$4 284.00
$193.18
Withdrawn
$170.54
$192.00
$ 96.00
$ .15
$193.18
$773.00
$2,705.00
$2,898.00
$2.25
$ .20
$ .32
$1.86
$222.00.
$411.40
$1,191.40
$682.00
$768.00
$384.00
$2,387.00
. $2,609.00
$1,344.00
$3,099.00
'$2.535.00
$2.30
$2.42
$3.96
640.00
$ 96.00
$ -16
$100.00
$384.00
$1,304.00
$1.444.00
$2.26
1,276.99
1,280.00
$127.70
$128.00
$1.21
$1.21
$1,545.17
$1;548.80
$511.00
$512.00
$1,788.00
$1,792.00
$3,333.00
$3,341.00
$2.61
$2.61
1,281.84
231.31
800.00
1,265.04
$192.28
$ 34.70
$120.00
$189.76
$120.00
$117.70
$140.53
$ 96.00
$192.10'
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$2,692.00
$ 486.00
$1,680.00
$2,657.00
$1,680.00
$1,648.00
$1,967.00
$1,344.00
$2,689.00
$2,884.00
$ 606.00
$1,810.00
$2,867.00
$1;800.00
$1.798.00
.
$2,117.00
$1,464.00
$2,939.00
$2.25
$2.62
$2.26
$2.27
$2.25
$120.00
$250.00
$769.00
$139.00
$480.00
$759.00
$480.00
$471.00
$562.00
$384.00
$768.00
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
27,36-14-10
15.16-18-9
2,16-19-8
1,000.00
1,279.24
1,280.00
1,278.24
T-5
T-6
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
2,16-26-5
32,36-26-5
2,6-26-2W
32,36-26-4W
32-28-3
1.287.88
695.48
1,136.95
1,280.00
640.00
42
Otero
16-15-11
44
45
Sierra
Sierra
2,16-14-1'
32,36-14-1W
0-1
0- 2
0-3
0-4
0-5
0-6
0-7
0-8
0-9
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona .Aha
DonaAna
DanaAna
2,16-22-3W
18.19-22-3W'
21;28-22-3W
31,32-22-3W
33.34-22-3W'
4.6-23-313
7;30-23-3W
32-23-3W
2,36-23-4W
"-13
T-14
Sierra
Sierra
32,33,36-11-1
34,35,36-11-1W
809.33
580.54
$ 80.93
$ 58.05
$3.62
$3.63
$2.930.00
$2;108.00
$324.00
$232.00
$1,133.00
$ 813.00
T-15
T-16
Socorro
Socorro
16,174-2
32-5-2
677.28
640.00
$ 67.73
$ 64.00
$ ..16
$ .16
$LlO.OO
$271.00
$256.00
$
$
0-1
0-2
0-3
0-4
0-5
0-6
DonaAna
EonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
2,15-23-1W
16-23-1W
32,36-23-1W
1.2-23-2W
11,12-23-2W
13,14,23-23-2W
887.03
640.00
1,280.00
1,278.56
800.00
960.00
$133.05
$ 96.00
$192.00
$191.78
$120.00
$144.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$133.05
$532.00
$384.00
$768.00
$767.00
$480.00
$576.00
2,16-18-8
.
,
800.00
784.68
936.86
640.00
1.280.64
'
Value
Acres
0-7
T-4
a
Rentals
10 vr
Min.
Acres
24,25-15-2W
32,36-15-2W
T-2
T-3
,
Bid
se
Sierra
Sierra
0-9
0-10
,
LOC
37
38
0-8
'
County
4.4
.15
.52
.16
.17
.15
.19
.16
.19
.19
.15
.16
.17
.16
.18
.17
$192.28
$120.00
$130.00
$210.00
$120.00
$150.00
$150.00
$100.00
$100.00
$212.67
$207.18
$142.12
$160.00
Rental Bid
$2.688.00
$2,688.00
;
'
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$4,063.00
Per Acre
$2.30
$3.35
$2.29
,
$2.26
$2.29
$2.29
$2,921.00
$5.02
$5.03
948.00
896.00
$1,058.00
$ 996.00
$1.56
$1.56
$1,863.00
$1.344.00
$2,688.00
$2,685.00
$1,680.00
$2,016.00
$1,996.00
$1,444.00
$2,901.00
$2,892.00
$1,822.00
$2,176.00
$2.25
$2.26
$2.27
$2.26
'
-
$2.28
$2.27
7
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Tract
0-724.26-23-2W
Ana
0-8
0-9
0-10
0-11
~
.'
0-12
0-13
0-14
0-15
0-16
0-17
0-18
'
0-19
0-20
c-21
0-22
0-23
0-24
0-25
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
.
163
164
T-52
County
Dona
Dona Ana.
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
Loc SE
Acres
800.03
1,000.00
1,160.00
~~
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
T-53
Dona Ana
Dona Ana
79
Lincoln
80
Lincoln
81
Lincoln
82
Lincoln
27;32-23-2W
33.34.36-23-213
1i117.82
2,io-i4-1w
15,16-24-1W
800.00
17,18,21,,22-24-lW 878.60
32,36-24-1W
1.280.00
2.i6-25-1~
1:278.24
1,2-27-4W
16-27-4W
2,16-27-5W
32,36-27-5W
2,16-28-3W
1i278.52
718.64
640.00
1,278.84
1,280.00
1,278.52
,
2,10-14-2W
6,7,8-14-2W
14,15,22-14-2W
28,34,35-14-2W
32-16-2W
16,32-14-3W
36-14-3W
2,18,32-15-3W
32-16-2
32-17-2
2,3,10,15,22
7-10
3,15,21,23
7-10
.
~~~
~
640.00
640.00
640.00
$192.00
$ 96.00
880.00
Rentals
.,_.."_"
Bid
Min
Total
s120.00
.
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$120.00
$131.79
$192.00
$191.74
$149.95
$ 96.00
$177.05
$192.00
$192.00
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$ 96.00
Withdrawn
$192.00
$191.78
$ 87.92
$124.05
$ 72.00
$ 80.00
$ 64.00
$ 124.00
$ 64.00
$ 88.00
$ 56.00
$ 64.00
879.16
1,240.48
720.00
800.00
640.00
1,240.00
640.00
1,280.00
16,32-20-1
36;20-1
.
,
Acres
Total
$ .16 $480.00
$480.00
$131.47
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
.16
5 yr
10 vr
$1,680.00
Value
Rental Bid
$2.26
$2.26
$1,811.00
Per Acre
.15
.16
.17
.17
.17
.17
617
.17
$131.42
$131.87
$210.00
$212.61
$165.00
$110.00
$196.60'
$212.80
$215.12
$480.00
$527.00
$768.00
$767.00
$600.00
$384.00
$708.00
$768.00
$768.00
$1,680.00
$1,845.00
$2,688.00
$2,684.00
$2,100.00
$1,344.00.
$2,478.00
$2,688.00
$2,688.00
$1,811.00
$1,977.00
$2,890.00
$2,897.00
$2,265.00
$1,454.00
$2,675.00
$2,901.00
$2,903.00
$2.27
$2.27
52.27
$2.27
$2.27
$2.27
$ .16
$100.'16
$384.00
$1,344.00
$1,444.00
$2.26
$ .17
$ .16
$220.00
$210,12
$768.00
$767.00
$2,688.00
$2,585.00
$2,908.00
$2.27
$2,855.00
$2.26
$
$
$
$
$
$
.44
.19
.44
.18
.38
.10
$.20
$ .I1
$ .37
$ .e37
$390.00
$240.00
$316.80
$140.00
$240.00
$124.00
$130.00
$100.00
$235.00
$235.00
$352.00
$496.00
$320.00
$256.00
$496.00
$256.00
$352.00
$384.00
$256.00
$1,231.00
$1,137.00
$1,008.00
$1,120.00
$ 896.00
$1,736.00
$ 896.00
$1,232.00
$1,344.00
$ 896.00
$1,621,00
$1.977.00
$1,325.00
$1,260.00
$1;136.00
$1;860.00
$1,026.00'
$1,332.00
$1;579.00
$1,131.00
$1.84
$1.59
$1.84
$1.58
$1.78
$1.50
$1.60
$1.51
$2.47
$1.77
$ .61
$ .62
$786.40
$353.75
$768.00
$384.00
$2,688.00
$1,344.00
$3,474.00
$1.738.00
$2.71
$2.72
$288.00
$2.26
$2.25
$2.26
.:
'
1.280.05
$192.01
$ .15
$192.00
$768.00
$2,688100
$2,880.00
$2.25
786.57
$117.99
$ .15
$117.99
$472.00
$1,652.00
$1,770.00
$2.25
$150.00
$120.00
$ .15
$ .15
$150.00
$120.00
$600.00
$480.00
$2,100.00
$1.680.00
$2.250.00
$1,800.00
$2.25
$2.25
7,
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Bid
Tract
83 '
County
Lincoln
Lincoln
84
9ncoln
85
.
86
87
88
Lincoln
' ...
89
90
91
137
.
ero
6-9
Otero
9 Otero
,
I .
,
Lincoln
Lincoln
19,20,21,27,
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
.
Otero
Lac SE
Acres
31,32,33-7-10
1,000.00
2,3-9-9
1,117.66
$131.38 875.85
13,14-9-9
1,280.00
840.00
15,16,17-9-9
28,30-9-9
23,24-9-9
25,26,33,34-9-9
960.00
35,36-9-9
2-15-9
2-15-10
16-15-10
$2.85
$108.00
32,36-15-10
.
138
139
140
Otero
Otero
$2,052.00
141
Otero
15,16-16-9
142
143
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
2.4-15-1W
5;6-15-1W
7,8-15-1W
9,16,17-15-113
$111.94
1.119.38
18.19-15-1W
20;21-15-1W
28,29-15-1W
30J1-15-1W
32,33-15-1W
36-15-113
174
175
176
L77
178
179
180
181
182
183
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
186
Socorro
0-18
Otero
Otero
0-19
T-1 Ana
T-2
Sierra
Dona
Ana
Dona
717.80
1,280.00
680.00
1,204.90
2,16,32-22-2
36-22-2
2,11,21-22-3
1,171.12
'
$192.00
$126.00
Total Acres
$ .15
$ .15
$ .18
$ .16
$ .15
$107.67
$192.00
$102.00
$144.00
$107.67
$ .15
$ .15
$ .15
$ .15
482.00
$ 72.30
640.00
$96.00
720.00
$ 90.00
600.00
800.00
$120.00
$2.89
$142.05
946.98 $2,736.78
480.00 $2.85 $ 72.00
$2.85
$1,827.00
$2.85
920.00
, 720.00
'961.18
960.00
640.00
$ 92.00
$ 72.00
$ 96.12
$ 96.00
$ 64.00
$128.40
640.00
640.00
$ 96.00
$ 96.00
,
'
'
Rentals
Value
10 vr
5 yr
Rental Bid
$600.00
$2,100.00
$2,250.00
$2,347.00
$671.00
$2,515.00
$526.00 '
$1,840.00
$2.28
$1,990.00
$768.00 $2,895.00
$2,688.00
$1,76&.00 $2.25 $l,890.00
$504.00
$150.00
$167.65
$160,00
$207.00
$126.00
$192.00
$102.00
$2.25
$144.00
'
'
'
$1,376.00.
$2.88
.
.78
-.
$1.13
$1.13
$1;344.00
$384.00
$739.20
$ .77
$ .77
$1;037.40
$1.13
$ .77
$ .77
$2,305.00
$1.13
$ .78
.
-
$693.12
, ~ ". -.
s -,
~ .-w.-.
? . -n-n
S?55.00
,-....
$1,289.85
$1,448.60
$454.00
$1,590.00
$512.00 $3.241.00
$1,792.00
$861.92
$554.40
$740.11
$1,081.65
$256.00
$499.20
$1,508.00
$2,688.00,
$1,428.00
$2,016.00
$289.00
$1,012.00
$384.00
$3,171.00
$1,344.00
Sk32.00
$1,512.00
$360.00
$1,260.00
$3,985.00
$1,680.00
$480.00
$568.00 $1,988.00
$288.00
$1,008.00
.
. $1.368.00
s.
$431.00
$768.00
$408.00
$1,530.00
$576.00
,
$1,710.00
$2.85
888.01
'
$ 88.80
1,136.11 $113.61
1,280.06
$128.00
960.00
$ 96.00
1,284.04
2,16-3-3
16-15-9
36-15-9
Min.
$150.00
$167.65
.
'
I
$~,7.00.00
.
$1,344.00
$2,544.00
$1;344.00
$2,388.00
$3,564.00
$2,970.00
$ .53
$4.95
$1:95
$4.95
$4.95
$4.98
$4.99
$4.95
'
$4,725.00
$2.376.00
_)."
_"
$l~u?h.nn
~
$2,8s.0.00
,
I
$2.18
$2.53
$2.53
$2.17
$2.17
$2.53
$2.17
$2.17
$2.53
$2.18
$1.939.00
$1.51
$3,094.00
$3.98
$4.83
$180.74
$3,171.00
$2,530.00
$723.00$640.60 $ .53
$175:67
$2.63
$622.89
.
.
. $703.00
$2,460.00
.-,,
$2.25
$2.25
-.
$384.00
$384.00
$2.26
$2,160.00
$2;083.00
$418.00
S,I-.~
S K"~.."
.O~
s1)11')9.m
, . ...~
- ,. - - $368.00
$2,325.00
$1,288.00
$288.00
$1,008.00
$1,562.00
$384.00
$2,085.00
$1,34S100
$384.00
$1,344.00 $2,426.00
$' 896.00
$1,395.00
$ .I1 $1,798.00
'$514.00
$141.21
$1.88
$1,750.00
$2.73
$1,615.00
$2,880.00
P e r Acre
$2.25
$2.25
$3,083.00
$2.63
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Countv
LOC SE
T-3
DonaAna
T-4
"-5
T-6
-~
T-7
T-8
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
T-9
T-10
. T-11
T-14
T-15
DonaAna
Dona'Ana
Dona.Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
DonaAna
T-16
T-17
T-18
T-19
T-20
T-21
T-22
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
Dona Ana
DonaAna
DonaAna
T-23
.Dona Ana
14.23-22-3
20:22-4
2,36-23-2
1.092.50
2.16-23-3
25,32-23-3
1;240.00
16,32-24-1
36-24-1
2.32-24-2
2,ll-24-3
12,14,34-24-3
360.00
16,36-24-3
2,16-25-1(3fj25
2,X-25-2
32.36-25-2 '
l.i.11.12.16.
3i-i5-5
2,36-26-1
2,16-26-2
32.36-26-2
1,276.82
~,i6,36-26-3
2,10,14,15-27-1
16,32-27-1
1,280.00
36127-1
~~.
32-27-2
2,16-27-2
Tract
920.00
,
I~
~
.
'
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
..
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Acres
1,280.38
1.280.00
.
1.120.84
800.32
~
1,280.00
1,279.29
1,247.16
1,120.00
. .
1,218.47
1,238.14
1,161.42
1;140.87
1,278.88
Acres
Bid
Total
5
yt
Rentals
10 vr
Value
Per Acre
Rental Bid
$ .53
$ .53
$ .54
$ .53
$490.00
$682.75
$585.49
$660.66
$552.00
$768.00
$656.00
$744.00
$1,932.00
$2,689.00
$2;295.00
$2,604.00
$2,422.00
$3,371.00
$2,880.00
$3,265.00
$2.63
$2.63
Withdrawn
$120.05
$ 54.00
$192.00
$191.89
$187.07
$168.00
$ .53
$ .54
$ .53
$ .15
$ .53
$ .54
$427.40
$192.62 .
$681.39
$195.00
$480.00
$216.00
$768.00
$768.00
$748.00
$672.00
$1,681.00
$756.00
$2,688.00
$2,687.00
$2,619.00
$2.352.00
$2,108.00
S949.00
. .....
$3,369.y0
$3.285.00
$2;952.00
$2.63
$2.64
$2.63
$2.25
$2.63
$2.64
$182.77
$185.72
$174.21
$191.52
$171.13
$191.83
$192.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$651.82
$662.62
$620.21
$2.63
$2.64
$2.63
$2.63
$2.64
$2.63
$2.63
$192.00
$191.46
$ .53
$ .54
$128.36
$1.57
$1.58
$1.58
$1.57
$1.56
$1.56
$1.58
$1.59
$1.58
$1.57
.$138.00
$192.06
$163.88
$186.00
Withdrawn
-53
.54
.53
.53
.54
.53
.53
$666.66
$600.30
$680.88
$610.90
$681.77
$683.45
.
$2,882.00
$731.00
$743.00
$697.00
$766.00
$685.00
'$767.00
$768.00
$2,439.00
$2;681.00
$2;396.00
$2,685.00
$2,688.00
$3.211.00
$3,263.00
$3,059.00
$3,362.00
$3,007.00
$3,367.00
$3,371.00
$768.00
$766.00
$2,688.00
$2,681.00
$3,373.00
$3,363.00
$2.63
$2.64
$513.00
$335.00
$512.00
$512.00
$512.00
$382.00
$512.00
$512.00
$512.00
$512.00
$426.00
$512.00
$512.00
$1,797.00
$1,174.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00.
$1.792.00
$3;813.00
$1:338.00
,
$2;830.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00
$1,491.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00
$3,816.00
$3,828.00
$3.816.00
$3;803.00
$3,154.00
$3,790.00
$3,803.00
$2.97
$2.98
$2.98
$2.97
$2.96
$2.96
$2.98
$2.99
$2.98
$2.97
$2.96
$2.96
$2.97
$2,559.00
$2,600.00
~
1,280.00
1,276.38
1,283.56
1,2-12-1w
3,4,9-12-1W
838.67
1.280.00
10,ll-lZ-lW
1,280.00
12,13-12-1W
1,280.00
14.15-12-113 '
16:17.20-12-1W
-955.91
21;22-12-1w ' 1,280.00
1,280.00
23,24-12-1W
25.26-12-113
1.280.00
27;28-12-1w
1;280.00
29.30.31-12-1W . 1.065.25
.
32;33112-1W
1,280.00
'
1,280.00
34,35-12-1W
'
~
'
~~
Min.
$ 83.87
slzs.00
$128.00
$128.00 .
$95.59
$128.00
$128.00
$128.00
$lZ8.00
$106.53
$128.00
$1.28
$1.56
$1.56
$1.57
$684.50
$682.82
$2,016.39
$1,326.30
$2,023.60
$2,010.80
$1,998.00
Sli492.42
$2;023.60
$2,036.40
$2,023.60
$2,010.80
$1.662.99
$1;998.00
$Z,Ol0.80
$2,500.00
$3,816.00
$3,803.00
$3:790.00
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County Tract
88
Sierra
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
Sierra
T-54
T-55
Lincoln
Lincoln
T-56
T-57
Lincoln
Lincoln
0-41
0-42
Otero
960.24
Oterb
0-43
Otero
0-44
Otero
0-45
0-46
0-47
0-48
0-49
0-50
0-51
0-52
0-53
Otero
Otero
Otero
0-54
0-55
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
LOC SE
36-12-1W
36-13-1W
2,5-13-1W
6.7-13-1W
16,32-13-1W
32,36-14-5W
2,16-15-5W
2,4,18-12-1
16,21,27-12-1
32,36-12-1
2,lO-13-1
9.16-13-1
32.36-13-1
32,364-9
36-6-10
16-7-10
8,274-11
32,35,36-6-11
Value
Min.
Acres
Bid
Rentals
10 yr
Per Acre
Rental Bid
Acres
Total
5 yr
$1.56
$1.56
$1.56
$512.00
$508.00
$321.00
$512.00
$512.00
$518.00
$362.00
$384.00
$504.00
$383.00
$384.00
$512.00
$1,792.00
$1,777.00
S1:123.00
$1,792.00
$1,792.00
$1,814.00
$1,266.00
$1,344.00.
$1,763.00
$1;341.00
$1;344.00
$1,792.00
$3,790.00
$3.757.00
$2;375.00
$1,923.00
$1,920.00
S1:940.00
,
. . ~
$2,696.00
$2,872.00
$3,741.00
$1;516.00
$1;474;00
$1,922.00
960.00
1,280.00
$128.00
$126.88
$ 80.20
$128.00
$128.00
$129.62
$ 90.43
$ 96.00
$125.90
$ 95.84
$ 96.00
$128.00
$1.58
$1.59
$1.57
$ .18
$ .14
$ .10
$1,998.00
$1,980.55
$1,252.29
$131.00
$128.00
$129.62
$1,430.06
$1,527.60
$1,977.80
$: 175.00
$ 130.00
$. .I30.00
1.280.00
$128.00
$ .26
$335.00
$512.00
$1,792.00
$2,127.00
$1.66
1.134.08
800.00
879.14
$i70.11
$120.00
$131.87
$ -23
$ .23
$ .23
$260.84
$184.00
$202.20
$680.00
$480.00
$527.00
$2,381.00
$1,680.00
$1,846.00
$2,642.00
$1,864.00
$2,048.00
$2.33
$2.33
$2.33
$157.80
$144.04
$ .20
$ .15
$210.00
$145.00
$631.00
$576.00
$2,209.00
$2,016.00
$2,419.00
$2,161.00
$2.30
$2.25
$191.11
$ .15
$195.00
$764.00
$2,675.00
$2,870.00
$2.25
$174.30
$191.91
Withdrawn
$192.00 .
$192.00
$ 72.00
$ 96.00
$192.00
Withdrawn
$ .15
$ a15
$175.00
$195.00
$697.00
$768.00
$2,440.00
$2,687.00
$2,615.00
$2,882.00
$2.25
$2.25
$
$
$
$
$'
$195.00
$195.00
$100.00
$100.00
$192.00
$768.00
$768.00
$288.00
$384.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$2,688.00
$2,883.00
$2,883.00
$1.108.00
$1;444.00
$2,880.00
1,280.00
1,268.81
801.98
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,296.24
904.34
960.00
1,258.98
'
958.40
2,16,28,33-11-91,052.00
36-11-9
2-12-9
1,2,24,25-11-9
6,17,18,19,20-11-101,274.06
11,12,16,22,27,32
11-9; 8-12-10
1,162.03
4,9,16-12-9
1,279.40
9.10.15-12-9
1.280.00
zi,zi-12-9
1;280.00
1,280.00
23,26-12-9
25,35-12-9
480.00
27-12-9
640.00
28.33-12-9
1.280.00
.
34;35-12-9
800.00
36-12-9
32-12-10
1,280.00
1.11,12-12-10
931.54
1,227.48
3,4-12-10
$ .10
$ .10
$ .10
'
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
.15
-15
.21
.16
.15
. . ~
$1,008.00
$1;344.00
$2,688.00
~~
$2.96
$2.96
.
$2.96
$1.50
$1.50
$1.50
$2.98
$2.99
$2.97
$1.58
$1.54
$1.50
~~
~
-
'
$2.25
$2.25
$2.31
$2.26
$2.25
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Bid
County
Tract
,
.
0-56
0-57
0-58
0-59
0-60
0-61
0-62
0-63
0-64
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
T-1
T-2
Dona Ana 1.278.72
2,16-28-1
Dona Ana
32-28-1
1,021.83 16-29-1
2J6-28-2
Dona Ana
7,32-28-2
Dona Ana
16-29-2
36-28-2 .
Dona Ana
2-29-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
'
LOC SE
34
35
36
37
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
38
Lincoln
39'
Lincoln
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
. 47
48
49
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
1.284.60
5.9-12-10
16,15-12-10
13,24,25-12-10
14.23-12-10
36-12-10
Acres
~
1,160.00
1,208.76
1.280.00
407.16
Min.
Acres
Total
'
5 vr
Rentals
10 yr
Per Acre
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
. Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
$191.81
$ .15
$191.'81
$767.00
$153.27
$191.87
$ .20
$ .64
$204.37 '
$819.62
$767.00
$613.00
$2,146.00
1;279.10
1.102.57
$165.39
$ .68
$750.74
1.280.00
$192.00
$ .64
$820.20
2,164-9
1,382.12
3,4.5-6-11
1.160.00
1;120.00
9;16-6-11
2,3,10,15,22
7-10
1,280.05
15,20,21,22,23,24
7-10
1,258.34
28,30,31,32.33
7-10
1,138.59
L,3,4-7-11
1.221.73
2,3,16,20-7-111,240.55
5,6-7-11
1,243.25
7,8-7-11
1,281.55
18,19-7-11
1,079.19
760.00
21.22-7-11
26-7-11
320.00
2,36-8-8
1,278.40
2.13-8-9
1.280.00
. 1i254.73
16;31-8-9
Value
Rental
Bid
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
,
,
$2,685.06
$2,877.00
$2.25
$2,686.00
$2,350.00
$3,505.00
$2.30
$2.74
$662.00
$2,316.00
$3,067.00
$2.78
$768.00
$2.688.00
$3.508.00
'
$2.74
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County
Lac SE
32,364-9
Lincoln
1,120.64 7,8-8-10
Lincoln
78
socorro
Tract
50
0-1
:
'
DonaAna
Bid
Acre8
Total
'
5 vr
Rentals
.
10 yr
'
Rental Bid
Value
Per Acre
Withdrawn
Withdrawn
22,23,26,27,36,
6-8
.
.
Min.
Acres
1,280.00
$ 96.00
960.00
36-28-1
2-29-1
$192.00
1,280.00
1.280.00
641.40
0-45
0-46
Lincoln
Lincoln
2,16-7-9
32-7-9
T-19
T-20
Dona Ana
DonaAna
2,16128-31.1Withdrawn
1,278.52
32,36-28-3W
$192.00
1,280.00
0-4
DonaAna
16-28blW
10
Socorro
11
Socorro
32,36-3-6
24,32,36-4-6
$ .10
I
$ .86
$192.00
$1,100.00
$1.71
$ 96.21
640.00
$100.00
$384.00
$1,344.00
$1,100.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$3,788.00
$ .47
$600.00
$768.00
$385.00
$2,688.00
$1,347.00
$3,288.00
$2,447.00
$ -15
$195.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$2.25
$2,883.00
$250.00
$300.00
$512.00
$336.00
$1,792.00
$1,176.00
$2,042.00
$1,476.00
$2.96
'
''
$2.57
$3.82
Withdram before s a l e
1,280.00
840.00
$128.00
$ 64.00
..
.
.
$ .20
$ -26
,
$1.60
$1.76
.
.
.
.. .
TABLE 12
.
.
County
Otero
Otero
0-3
sierra
0-4
0-9
0-10
0.11
0-12
0-13
0-13
Sierra
Otero
Otero
Otaro
Otero
Otero
Lincoln
0-2
Lincoln
0-23
Otero
0-24
Otero
0-25
Otero
0-26
0-27
0-28
0-29
0-30
0-31
0-32
0-33
0-34
0-35
0-36
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
0-37
Otero
0-38
0-39
0-40
0-41
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
.
Bid
Acres
Total
$ -50
$
400.00
$4.75
$ ,,. 950.00
$ 3 0
$
480.00
$ -50
$
480.00
$ .50
, $ 100.00
6 a50
$
100.00
$ .50
$
560.00
$ .50
$
640.00
$ .50
$
640.00
$2.14
$ 1,369.60
Period
Rentals
5 vr:
1 0 yr
$ 480.00
$ 1.680.00
$..G120.00 $ -420.00
$ 383.00
$ 1,342.00
$ 384.00
S 1.364.00
s 87.00
~ . . ~$ .
306.00
$
96.00
$
336.00
$ 672.00
$ 2,352.00
$ 764.00
$ 2i673.00
S 764.00
$ 2,673.00
$ 384.00
$ 1,344.00
$ 3i313.00
$ 3,313.00
$ 2,714.00
6.85
1.90
1.90
2.79
2.73
2.60
2.60
2.60
4.24
Value
Per Acre
3-24-14
12,16,21-24-14
20,30-24-14
31,32-24-14
13-7-10
Acres
799.95
200.00
958.40
960.00
145.59
160.00
1.120.00
~~,
1,272.64
1,272.64
640.00
16,20,25,26,27,
33,34,36-9-9
1,240.00
620.00
$4.00
$ 4,959.99
$
744.00
$
2,604.00
$ 7,564.00
6.10
1,280.00
1,426.08
640.00
713.04
$ -50
$ .50
$
$
640.00
715.00
$
$
768.00
856.00
$
$
2,688.00
2,995.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 3,710.00
2.60
2.60
1,280.00
1,429.94
1.200.00
1;280.28
1,120.00
1,119.05
1.249.52
1;280.00
720.00
706.00
628.36
1,280.00
640.00
714.97
600.00
640.14
560.00
559.53
624.76
640.00
360.00
353.00
314 18
640.00
$2.73
$ .50
$6.25
$ .50
$ .SO
$4.29 '
$2.32
$5.47
$4.44
$3.54
$
S
$
$
$
$
$
768.00
2.688.00
$ 6.188.00
$ 3,718.00
S
$
2.350.00
$
$
$
$
$
720.00
768.00
672.00
671.00
750.00
768.00
432.00
424.00
377.00
768.00
S
$
$
$
$
$3.82
$3.28
$ 3,500.00
$
715.00
$ 7,500.00
$
645.00
$
560.00
$ 4,800.00
$ 2.900.00
$ 7;OOO.OO
$ 3,200.00
$ 2,500.00
$ 2,400.00
$ 4,200.00
$
$
$
$
$
2,688.00
1,512.00
1,483.00
1,320.00
2,688.00
$
4.83
2.60
8.35
2.60
2.60
6.39
4.42
7.57
6.54
5.64
5.92
5.38
840.00
420.00
$.50
$
420.00
$
504.00
$
1,764.00
$ 2,184.00
2.60
976.32
1,295.20
1,280.60
1,280.00
488.16
647.60
640.30
640.00
$.SO
s
$.50
586.00
777.00
768.00
768.00
S
$
$
$
$
$
2,050.00
2,720.00
2,689.00
$.50
490.00
650.00
645.00
640.00
$
$
$.SO
$
$
$
2;688.00
$
$
$
$
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
LOC SE
2.36-19-15
2-26-11
2;9-13-1
10.16-13-1
3-24-14
36-21-13
32-21-14
2,16-21-14
36-21-14
32-21-15
2,9-21-15
16;36-21-15
1,2-22-13
32,36-22-13
4,a-22-14
6,7-22-14
9,16-22-14
17,29-27-14
18,30-22-14
31-22-14
32,33-22-14
13,14,23.24,25
23-12
28.32-23-12
33;36-23-12
2,16-23-13
32,35-23-13
~~
~
s
Min.
399.98
~ ..".
100.00
479.20
480.00
100.00
100.00
560.00
.
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!
Tract
0-19
0-20
.
636.32
636.32
320330
.
I
s
$
$
$
$
Rental, Bid
2.080.00
1;370.00
1.822.00
1;824.00
406.00
k36.00
$ 1.912.00
2.60
1974
858.00
.
~~~~
3,003.00
2,520.00
2,689.00
2,352.00
2;624.00
$lo,ozo.oo
$
$
S
$
$
$
S,
$
3,334.00
2;912.00
7.150.00
,~~
.
5,524.00
9,688.00
4,712.00
31983.00
.,..~.~~
3,720.00 .
6,888.00
,
~
2,540.00
3,370.00
3.334.00
3.328.00
~~
~
~
!
-
\
. .
...
..
,,
.r
..
I
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,
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1
Bid
Tract
0-42
0-43
0-44
0-45
0-46
0-47
0-48
0-49
0-50
0-51
0-52
0-53
0-54
0-55
0-56
0-57
Countv
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
.
Otero :
0-59
0-60
0-61
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
0-62
Otero . '
0-58
0-63
Otero
0-64
Otero
0-65
Otero
Per Acr.
1,280.00
720.00
1,280.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
so
36-24-11
32-24-12
1,280.00
640.00
$ .50
640.00
$
768.00
$ 2,688.00
$ 3,328.00
1,2,3,12,13
24-12
4-15-24-12
1,277.67
1,299.42
638.84
649.71
$ .50
$ .50
640.00
650.00
$
$
767.00
780.00
$ 2,683.00
$ 2.729.00
$ 3,323.00
$ 3,379.00
$ 2,520.00
$ 3,120.00
2.60
I
,
Value
Total
645.00
640.00
635.00
640.00
640.00
640.00
640.00
630.00
640.00
640.00,
640.00
640.00
640.00
645.00
640.00
640.00
400.00
640.00
360.00
640.00
I
i
Rentals
5 vr
10 v r
770.00
$ 2,694.00
767.00
$ 2.685.00
760.00
S 2:661.00
768.00
$ 2i688.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
768.00
$ 2;688.00
756.00
$ 2,645.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
768.00
$ 2.688.00
763.00
5 2:670.00
768.00
$ 2;689;00
762.00
$ 2,669.00
763.00
$ 2,670.00
,480.00
$ 1,680.00
768.00
$ 2;688.00
432.00
$ 1,512.00
768.00
$ 2,688.00
Min.
641.41
639.18
633.62
640.00
640.00
640.00
640.00
629.68
640.00
640.00
640.00
640.00
635.70
640.24
635.40
635.80
400.00
640.00
360.00
640.00
Loc SE
31,36-23-13
1,2-23-14
3.4,7-23-14
10,ll-23-14
12113-23-14
14;15-23-14
16,17-23-14
18119-23-14
20,21-23-14
22,23-23-14
24126.36-23-14
27,28-23-14
29,30-23-14
2,3-23-15
5.6-23-15
718-23-15
,~
~.
-~
16,23-23-15
32,36-23-15
13,25-24-11
26;35-24-11
~
~~~
I~~
Acres
.
1,282.81
1,278.36
1,267.24
1.280.00
1;280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,259.36
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,280.00
1,271.40
1,280.48
1,270.80
1,271.60
800.00
Acres
$ .50
$ .50
$ .so
S .50
$ ..50
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
9
40
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
S O
.50
.50
.50
S
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Rental Bid
S
$
$
$
$
."~.
3,325.00
3.339.00
.
~
7.60
_."
~
3,296.00
3,328.00
3,328.00
S 3i328.00
$ 3;328.00
$ 3,275.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 3,328.00
S. 31328.00
~,~~
$ 3,310.00
$ 3,334.00
$ 3,309.00
$ 3;310.00
3.310.00
$. 2:080.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 1,872.00
$ 3,328.00
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
.
2.60
2.60
~
.~~
',
2.60
~.
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
,.
2.60
2.60
.- .
16,22,24,25,26
24-12
1,200.00
600.00
$ .50
600.00
$
720.00
$ .50
480.00
~.~
635.00
575.00
640.00
S
576.00
.
.~.~
$ .2,016.00
$
$
$
760.00
687.00
768.00
$ 2,659.00
$ 2,405.00
$ 2i688.00
$ 2,496.00
$ 3,294.00
$ 2.980.00
$ 3i328.00
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
560.00
300.00
$
$
672.00
355.00
$ 2,352.00
$ 1.244.00
$ 2,912.00
$ 1,544.00
2.60
2.60
0-66
0-67
0-68
0-69
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
29,36-24-12
2,5-24-13
6,10,16-24-13
25,32-24-13
960.00
1,266.32
1,145.25
1,280.00
480.00
633.16
572.63
640.00
0-70
Otero
0-71
Otero
35,36-24-13
16,21-24-14
4-24-14
1.120.00
592.16
560.00
296.08
$. -50
$ .50
$
so
$ .50
$ -50
.-?
,-
.
. . ..
.
.
. .
.. .
.
county
0-72
0-73
0-74
Otero
0-75
Otero
Otero
otero
Min.
LOC SE
6-24-14
6-24-14
6-24-14
145.77
83.86
118.03
$
$
$
100.00
100.00
100.00
5 .50
19,22,35,36
24-14
1,152.24
$
576.12
1,122.52
1,276.46
1,243.60
640.00
$
$
$
$
Acres
$
$
100.00
100.00
$
$ .50
561.26
638.23
621.80
320.00
$
$
$
$
$ .50
$ .50
5 vr
Total
Acres
100.00
87.00
50.00
71.00
$
580.00
$
691.00
$
$
$
$
565.00
640.00
625.00
320.00
S
$
$
$
674.00
766.00
746.00
.
Otero
Otero
Otero
Otero
8,17-24-15
2,5-24-15
31,32-24-15
36-24-15
'
0-80
Otero
36-25-10
21-25-11
960.00
$
480.00
$ .50
$
480.00
640.00
$
320.00
$ .50
$
1,117.54
$
558.77
$ .50
$
1,280.00
764.20
1,280.00
667.72
1,119.52
880.00
600.67
1,245.13
1,286.32
1,280.00
1,245.83
1,280.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
640.00
382.10
640.00
333.86
559.76
440.00
300.34
622.57
643.16
640.00
622.92
640.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
13,14,15,16.32
36-26-10
984.56
$
494.78
$ :SO
$
500.00
$
15,36-26-11
32,36-26-12
598.48
$
299.24
$ .50
$
300.00
$
604.49
$ .50
$
605.00
.
,
0-81
Otero
32-25-11
0-82
Otero
2,9,10,11,14,15
25-12
0-83
0-84
Otero
0-85
Otero
Otero
Otero'
Otero
Otero
Otero.
Otero
Otero
Otero
0-86
0-87
0-88
0-89
0-90
0-91
0-92
0-93
0-94
0-95
0-96
0-97
16,17-25-12
18,24,31-25-12
32,36-25-12
Otero
0tero
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24,32,33-25-14
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6,28-25-15
7.8-25-15
1i.17-25-15
18,20-25-15
21,32-25-15
2,32,34,36
26-13
1.208.97
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$
$
$
0-76
0-77
0-78
0-79
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$
$
Rental Bid
Value
Per Acre
306.00
176.00
248.00
$
$
$
406.00
276.00
348.00
$
$
$
2.60
2.60
$2,420.00
$
3,000.00
$
2.60
$
$
$
$
$
$
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
.
52.357.00
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2.60
8
384.00
$2,681.00
$2,612.00
$1,344.00
$
2,922.00
3,321.00
3,237.00
1,664.00
$
576.00
$2,016.00
$
2,496.00
$
2.60
320.00
$
384.00
$1,344.00
$
1,664.00
$
2.60
560.00
$
671.00
$2,347.00
$
2,907.00
$
2.60
768.00
459.00
768.00
401.00
672.00
528.00
360.00
747.00
772.00
768.00
748.00
768.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,328.00
1,990.00
3,328.00
1.737.00
2,911.00
2.60
2.60
2.60
1,566.00
3,240.00
$ 3,346.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 3,241.00
$ 3,328.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,578.00
$
2.60
$ 359.00
$1.257.00
$
1,557.00
$
2.60
$
$
3,144.00
$
2.60
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
640.00
385.00
640 .OO
335.00
.50
440.00
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
303.00
625.00
560.00
645.00
640.00
625.00
640.00
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10 vr
2,688.00
1,605.00
$2,688.00
$1,402.00
$2,351.00
$1,848.00
$1,261.00
$2,615.00
$2,701.00
$2,688.00
$2,616.00
$2,688.00
594.00
$2,078.00
725.00
$2,539.00
2,288.00
$
$
.T
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.60
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26,27,33,34,35
10-9
Acres
0-29
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36-10-9
0-30
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11-9
0-31
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0-33
0-34
0-35
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0-36
0-37
0-38
0-39
0-40
0-41
0-42
0-43
0-44
0-45
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Otero
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0-5
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Otero
Otero
0-7
0-8
640.00
640.00
$
1,086.48
SQcOrro
4,5-4-7
$1,280.00
13.15-22-14
$1,280.00
22,26-22-14
34,35-22-14
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Total Acres
.
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Rentals
10 vr
Value
Rental Bid
Per Acre
$1.80
2,300.00
$768.00
$2,688.00
$4,988.00
$3.90
320.00
$2.34
1,500.00
$384.00
$1,344.00
$2,844.00
$4.44
$
543.24
$3.04
3,300.00
$652.00
$2,282.00
$5,582.00
$
413.81
$ .85
700.00
$49,7.00
$1,739.00
$2,438.00
$2.95
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
613.74
465.77
580.00
520.00
395.22
628.44
480.00
320.00
320.00
320.00
100.00
520.00
473.50
$11.08
$13.36
$ 9.81
$ .51
$ . .56
$1.56
$ 2.34
$: 2.03
$ 2.97
$ 7.34
$ 2.21
$ 1.37
13,600.00
2,000.00
15,500.00
10,200.00
400.00
700.00
1,500.00
1.500.00
1,300.00
1;900.00
300.00
. 2,300.00
1,300.00
$736.00
$559.00
$696.00
$624.00
$474.00
$754.00
$576.00
$384.00
$384.00
$384.00
$ 25.00
$62&.00
$568.00
$2,578.00
$1,956.00
$2,436.00
$2,184.00
$1,660.00
52.639.00
$2;016.00
$1,344.00
$1,344.00
$1;344.00
$
86.00
$2,184.00
$1,987.00
$16,178.00
$3,956.00
$17,936.00
$12,384.Q0
$ 2.060.00
$ 3i244.00
$
386.00
$ 4,484.00
$ 3,287.00
$13.18
$4.25
515.46
$11.91
$ 2.61
$ 2.66
$ 3.66
$ 4.44
$ 4.13
$ 5.07
$ 9.44
$ 4.31
$ 3.47
$1,000.00
$
500.00
$ 2.40
2,400.00
$600.00
$2,100.00
$ 4,500.00
$ 4.50
$
921.90
$
$
616.00
460.95
$
$
.73
.68
900.00
625.00
$493.00
$369.00
$1,725.00
$1,291.00
$ 2,629.00
$ 1,916.00
$ 2.13
$ 2.08
640.00
640.00
640.00
320.00
S
$1,280.00
$ 640.00
$
$
$
$
.50
.50
.50
.50
640.00
6h0.00
640.00
320.00
$768.00
$768.00
$768.00
$384.00
$2,688.00
$2,688.00
$2,680.00
$1,344.00
$ 3.328.00
$ 3;328.00
$ 3,328.00
$ 1,664.00
3,4-12-10 1,227.48
1,11,12-12-10
931.54
10,15-12-10
1,160.00
1,040.00
13,14-12-10
1,3,10,36-13-11
790.43
4,5,6,7-13-11
1,256.88
8,9,16,32-13-11
960.00
36-14-9
640.00
640.00
16-15-9
36-15-9
640.00
2-15-10
40.88
32.36-16-19(9.16-17-9)
$1,040.00
$ 946.99
Socorm
$1,232.002,3-4-7
0-6
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6,17,18,20
11-10
0-8
0-9
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$
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$
$
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$ 2.60
$ 2.60
$ 2.60
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