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Harold Percy Rue
|Series||[U.S.] Bureau of Mines. Technical paper, 449|
|Contributions||Beall, I. N., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TN1 .U6 no. 449|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 27 p. incl. illus., tables.|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||29026509|
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A database of Wyoming oil reservoirs is developed to identify candidate reservoirs suitable for miscible or immiscible CO 2 flooding, a method that has already proven to be a viable enhanced oil recovery process at Lost Soldier, Wertz, and Salt Creek fields in Wyoming. Based on the CO 2 usage of existing CO 2-EOR projects in Wyoming and other regions, the initial and total CO 2 demands are. The latest edition of Energy Journal, produced by the Star-Tribune, focusing on the history of the boom-bust cycle in Wyoming's oil fields. World market share
All oil produced to date from this structural trap comes from sands of the Bromide, McLish, and Oil Creek formations of the Simpson group of Ordovician age. Total production as of Janu , was a little less than 22½ million barrels of good average-grade Mid-Continent crude. Current Filters. Salt Creek Field.
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A Study of the Crude Oil Produced in the Salt Creek Field, Wyoming Harold Percy Rue,I. Beall — Petroleum. Author: Harold Percy Rue,I. Technical Report: Study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek Field, Wyoming. Study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek Field, Wyoming. Full Record; Other Related Research; Publication Date: Thu Nov 01 EST Research Org.: Bureau of Mines, Washington, DC (USA).
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to Extend the Investigation of Oil Reserve Leases and the Continental Trading Company of Canada and to Include TheSalt Creek Oil Field. Author: United States. Wyoming.
book. A Study of the Crude. The Salt Creek Oil Field around the town of Midwest, Wyo., about 40 miles north of Casper, is still producing oil today and was at one time the largest producing oil field in the world. The Tour Guide to the Salt Creek field prepared for the Natrona County Commission, gives a concise history of the field and details a stop tour.
A person traveling alone can complete the tour comfortably in. The Salt Creek Oil Field is one of the longest continually producing oil fields in the world, with production of more than million barrels during the century-plus of its existence.
Analysts estimate as many as 1 billion more barrels of oil could be produced from this field. Since its discovery, Salt Creek field has produced more than million barrels of oil from its estimated 1, million barrels of oil originally in place.
The field is currently undergoing tertiary recovery using CO 2 floods. Quealy field was the first field in the Rocky Mountain region to be discovered using seismic methods. Converse and Campbell counties topped state oil production, contributing and MMbbl of oil, respectively.
More than Bcfg, or 53% of the state total, was produced. Briefly mentions the Salt Creek field. Seymour, A. Map of the oil fields of central Wyoming.
Knight, W. Notes on the mineral resources of the State. Wyoming Experiment Station Bulletin No. Contains an analysis of the Shannon oil. — 9— Knight, W. C, and Slosson, E. The petroleum of Salt Creek, Wyoming. Location of Repository A study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek field, Wyoming / By Harold Percy Rue and joint author.
Lander and Salt Creek Oil Field Wyoming The Lander Oil Field, Fremont County and the Salt Creek Oil Field, Natrona County,United States Geological Survey, Bulletin, Nubmer 87 pages with 1 figure and 10 plates.
A study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek field Wyoming / by H.P. Rue and I.N. Beall. Golden Leaf. Salt Creek,lies at the far reaches of the remote, beautiful and inhospitable coastal region, the Coorong, in the new province of South Australia. The area, just opened to graziers willing to chance their luck, becomes home to Stanton Finch and his large family, including fifteen-year-old Hester Finch.
THE SALT CREEK OIL FIELD, WYOMING. By CAKROLJL H. WEGEMANN. INTRODUCTION. The Salt Creek oil field, which produces da barrels of high-grade paraffin oil, is at present the largest proved field in the State of Wyoming. A number of fields more recently de.
Crude oil and natural gas are hydrocarbons that originate from algae, plankton, and other organic material. Salt Creek, Wyoming’s most productive (and nearly oldest) oil field, is an anticlinal trap. hydrocarbons cannot be produced from oil shale using wells.
Mining or in-situ heating processes are necessary to extract and convert the. Discovered inWyoming’s giant Salt Creek oilfield would produced more than million barrels of oil over the next years – and even more remains in the ground.
Irving, who also penned “Rip Van Winkle,” became fascinated with the American Northwest in while writing about John Jacob Astor’s fur trading empire, Irving met. Get this from a library. A study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek Field, Wyoming.
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From Scope of Report: "The present report is part I of a bulletin that describes and interprets the analyses of crude oils. It gives details of the procedure, describes the apparatus, and discuses briefly the ancillary methods used to obtain pertinent information regarding the characteristics of the samples.".
Journal Article: Additional evidence on the relation of temperature to structure in the Salt Creek Oil Field, Natrona County, Wyoming. Additional evidence on the relation of temperature to structure in the Salt Creek Oil Field, Natrona County, Wyoming.
Full Record; Other Related Research. An imperfect water drive and the greatly undersaturated condition of the crude oil resulted in a rapid decline of bottom-hole pressures, and it became necessary during the early life of the field to pump all wells.
On June 1,there were producing wells in the field .Gateway to Salt Creek Oil Fields, 's. In the 's approximately one-fifth of all petroleum produced in the United States, came from one oil field, the Salt Creek Oil Field north of Casper.
Salt Creek Oil Field, The presence of petroleum in Wyoming was known as early as the Bonneville Expedition of The numbers of barrels of oil produced each year in the Salt Creek Field clearly show the boom-bust patterns.
Inafter the new leasing system came in, and after a new oil-bearing layer had been discovered deeper underground, the field produced 19 million barrels of oil. Inbiggest year, million barrels of oil came out of the field.