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The Salt Creek oil field, Wyoming

Carroll H. Wegemann

The Salt Creek oil field, Wyoming

by Carroll H. Wegemann

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- Wyoming.,
  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Wyoming.,
  • Oil fields -- Wyoming.,
  • Geology, Economic -- Wyoming.,
  • Formations (Geology) -- Wyoming.,
  • Oil well drilling -- Wyoming.,
  • Oil sands -- Wyoming.,
  • Oil-shales -- Wyoming.,
  • Shale -- Wyoming.,
  • Sandstone -- Wyoming.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carroll H. Wegemann.
    SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 670
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p., [4] p. of plates, [1] leaf of folded plates :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23014899M

    Sandra Schutte gave a tour of the Salt Creek Museum, showed some of the items used by the oilfield workers, and talked about why the development of Casper, Wyoming, was integral to the success of. Photo, Print, Drawing Wyoming--Casper (vicinity)--Oil well pump on Salt Creek [ b&w film copy neg. ] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress.

    Cole Creek Oil Field: Natrona: Campbell Hill: Collums Oil Field: Campbell: Pitch Draw: Cooper Cove Oil Field: Carbon: Bengough Hill: Cottonwood Creek Oil and Gas Field: Washakie: Broom Draw: Coyote Creek Oil Field: Crook: Whitetail Creek NE: Crooks Gap Oil Field: Fremont: Jeffrey City: Dallas Oil Field: Fremont: Weiser Pass: Dead Horse Creek. LOCATION AND EXTENT OF THE FIELD. The Mule Creek oil field, as shown in Plate VII, is in the northeast­ ern part of Niobrara County, Wyo., about 4 miles from the east line of the State. It lies about miles almost due east of the Salt Creek oil field and Author: E.T. Hancock.

    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 Salt Creek field, located in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, utilizes an extraction method where carbon dioxide is pumped into the ground at high pressure to enhance oil recovery.


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The Salt Creek oil field, Wyoming by Carroll H. Wegemann Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Salt Creek Oil Field. Midwest sits on high ground above Salt Creek, in the middle of the Salt Creek Oil Field, an oval-shaped piece of central Wyoming 10 miles long and five miles wide. People had been extracting oil from the ground there since a trickle at first, and then a river, and now a flood.

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.

Woodruff, E. and Wegemann, C H. 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 Paperback – Septem by Claude E. Jamison (Author) See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Claude E. Jamison. Historian Everett DeWitt gives a tour of the Salt Creek Oil Field near Casper, wyoming, explained how oil was discovered there, and talked about what life was like for the people who worked in the.

Born inWyoming author and historian Pauline L. Schultz founded the Salt Creek Oil Field Museum in She received a National Humanities Medal from President George W. Bush in Novem was a cold night for football in the oil boom town of Midwest, Wyoming.

Franco Wyoming Oil Co., who supplied maps of the field, logs of the wells, and assisted in other ways; also to E. McCrary, R. Mosher, J. Snook, and many others for maps and valuable in­ formation. This report covers not only the Salt Creek oil field proper, inCited by: 5.

The Salt Creek oil field, Natrona County, Wyo (Wyoming. State Geologist. Bulletin) [Claude E Jamison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book, The Salt Creek oil field, Natrona County, Wyo. 4, by Claude E. Jamison, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beingsAuthor: Claude E Jamison.

How to get there - Salt Creek is a long way from anywhere, but right on a paved road. From Smoot, take highway 89 about 14 miles south to where Packstring Creek enters the stream. The instream flow segment extends downstream from this point another 2 miles to the national forest boundary and then another miles or so through state property.

Full text of "The Salt Creek oil field, Natrona County, Wyo" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for general ions on library shelves before il was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

Talk:Salt Creek Oil Field This article is supported by WikiProject Wyoming (marked as Mid-importance). Seems there are two "salt creek oil field", one in TX and one in WY. Salt Creek History – Dutch Company Strikes Oil at Salt Creek (WC1) – WC2 Discovered.

– Salt Creek Field Electrified. – Salt Creek Light Oil Unit Formed. – 1. full Scale Waterflood Development – CO2 Pilot Success. – 1st CO2 Injection & Oil sales (Phase 1). Salt Creek Oil Field, Midwest, Wyoming. likes. The Salt Creek Oil Field is located in Natrona County, Wyoming.

Bymore oil had been produced by /5(41). The Salt Creek Oil District remains one of the major oil fields of the United States, with its basin containing some billion barrels of recoverable crude.

As indicated on the previous page, the Salt Creek oil district dates back to the late 's, with the first major well being brought in in Like so many oil fields, gas fields, and mines in Wyoming, the Salt Creek field boomed, then busted.

The bust was never complete, though. For years, the oil has kept right on coming out of the ground. The Salt Creek field is one of the longest continually producing oil fields in the world.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rue, Harold Percy, Study of the crude oil produced in the Salt Creek Field, Wyoming. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., Wegemann, Carroll H. Howell, Ralph W. Mulholland, William.

Woodruff, E. (Elmer Grant), Lander and Salt Creek oil fields, Wyoming. The Mike Murphy #1 well was the first oil well drilled in Wyoming. It was drilled in next to a natural oil seep and was the discovery well for the Dallas field, which is still an active oil field today.

Salt Creek field is the most prolific oil field in Wyoming. Since its discovery, Salt Creek field has produced more than million.

Photographs from the Salt Creek Oil Field boom of the early s cover the walls of the Salt Creek Museum in Midwest. Pauline Schultz started the museum out of her garage in Photographs from the Salt Creek Oil Field boom of the early s cover the walls of the Salt Creek Museum in Midwest.

Pauline Schultz started the museum out of her garage in Casper Star-Tribune. The Salt Creek oil field, Wyoming / by Carroll H. Wegemann. Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington: Government Printing Office Description.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woodruff, E.G.

(Elmer Grant), Lander and Salt Creek oil fields, Wyoming (OCoLC) Material Type.These oil seeps led to the discovery of Salt Creek, one of Wyoming’s largest oil fields, nine miles long by five miles wide. Inthe first claims were filed in acre Salt Creek Field. The first strike in the field occurred in at a depth of 1, feet.

Many wells are still active.