WELCOME TO EDGE RESOURCES
Thank you for visiting our website. Edge Resources, L.L.C. is a Fort Worth-based oil & gas exploration and production company focused on the acquisition and development of natural gas and oil reserves in the Barnett Shale play of Texas and other targeted North American areas.
Our corporate offices are located on the west side of Fort Worth on Vickery Boulevard.
If you have any questions or simply want to speak to someone at Edge Resources, feel free to send an email and we’ll have someone get back to you in short order. Or, if you prefer, you can call us directly at (817) 870-0130.
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When Edge Resources recently announced that it had partnered with an international nonprofit group to create a sustainably developed gas drilling property in south Arlington, local environmentalists and drilling critics probably perked up their ears. Getting the gas drilling industry to acknowledge and minimize the environmental effects of their activities is a battle that citizen groups have been fighting for a decade in North Texas, with only limited success.
Edge, a Fort Worth-based oil-and-gas company operating mainly in the Barnett Shale, has agreed to participate with Audubon International in its “sanctuary certification” program on its the eight-acre site along U.S. 287. Audubon, a nonprofit group not affiliated with the National Audubon Society, works in 26 countries with golf courses and other developments to address concerns such as water quality, retention of native plants, and wildlife habitat.
Edge officials this week declined to specify any measures they will be taking to protect the environment at or around their drilling site. The Arlington City Council recently gave preliminary approval of the zoning permit needed for Edge to drill within the bounds of the 1,600-acre master-planned Tierra Verde development. The drilling site is known as the Overcoming