Summary of water flood operations in Illinois oil pools during 1954

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State Geological Survey , Urbana, IL
Oil field flooding, Petr
Statementby Paul A. Witherspoon, Edwin G. Jackson, and members of the Illinois Secondary Recovery and Pressure Maintenance Study Committee
SeriesIllinois petroleum -- no. 73
ContributionsJackson, Edwin G., joint author
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25507941M

Summary of water flood operations in Illinois oil pools during Urbana [Ill.]: State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P A Witherspoon, Jr.; Edwin G Jackson; Illinois State Geological Survey.

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As that water began to move downstream into northern Illinois, rivers began to rise. Fox River Areas along the upper Fox River experienced flooding once again as high flows from Wisconsin moved downstream. This was the third significant flood episode in the last year for many residents along the Chain O’Lakes area and upper Fox River.

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He obtained a lease near Tyler, Texas, and on October 5,after having drilled two dry holes, struck perhaps the largest oil pool ever found in America. It lay beneathacres and. Footnotes. This is not to be confused with canopy models that have the edge of water at or near the end of the universe (e.g., white hole cosmology), but instead the models that have water canopy in the atmosphere, e.g.

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