The Fargo oil & gas company has filed an application to drill for oil and gas in a proposed well near Fort Worth, Texas.

The Fargo application, submitted to the Texas Department of Transportation on Friday, includes an extensive list of geological and environmental data and information regarding the proposed well, including well depth, potential seismic zones, and the size and geology of the wellhead.

Fargo is the only company that has submitted a well to the state of Texas.

Its application has been denied by the state’s regulatory agency, the Department of Natural Resources.

The company did not respond to requests for comment from Polygon.

According to the company’s website, Fargo has been operating a natural gas and oil extraction and production facility since 1884.

It operates five wells in the Fort Worth area and has drilled at four wells in Fort Worth.

Fayetteville-based Fargo Energy has a deep reservoir that has been drilled by Fayetteville Energy for oil.

It currently operates a drilling rig that operates out of the Barnett Shale and a well that operates from the Barnett Basin.

Fayette and Fort Worth have an agreement for Fayette to drill a well near Fargo, according to the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel.

The company was first granted permission to drill in 2015 by the Texas Oil and Gas Commission, which regulates oil and natural gas production.

The permit was granted for the first well in the Barnett shale.

The application for the new well is filed on the same day as the Fayettefield Oil & Fire Company’s proposed well in Fayette County.

Fenton Energy has been drilling at three wells in Fenton County since the 1920s, according the Fort Walton Beach News-Press.

Fenton Energy’s first well, drilled in 1934, was drilled by the company in 1941.

The Fort Walton Bay Gas Company drilled a well in 1959, but Fenton stopped drilling there in 1969, the Fort Wayne News-Post reported.