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Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch

Eugene S. Perry

Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch

by Eugene S. Perry

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Published by Montana State School of Mines in Butte, Mont .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum -- Montana.,
    • Natural gas -- Montana.,
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Montana.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Eugene S. Perry.
      SeriesMontana. State bureau of mines and geology. Memoir, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN872.M9 P4 1928
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 p. l., 41 numb. l.
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL252919M
      LC Control Numbergs 29000061
      OCLC/WorldCa12332051

      The most recent strike there was a well with a flow of seventyseven million cubic feet of wet gas, from which is extracted barrels of oil a day. With the Kevin-Sunburst success as an incentive, Montana oil men have been circling the Sweetgrass Buttes on both sides of the boundary. secondary reservoirs for natural gas in a field in the southern Alberta Foothills. Recently, commercial quantities of gas were discovered in the Birdbear Formation on the Kevin-Sunburst dome (Sweetgrass arch). Generally, however, exploration efforts have overlooked Devonian carbonates because they are deeper than the major Mississippian reservoirs.

      Tectonic Interpretation Using Potential Field Data for the Sweetgrass Arch Area, Montana-Alberta, Saskatchewan Clark Jorgensen Big Sky Geophysics, Bozeman, Montana ABSTRACT I performed a basement tectonic interpretation for the Sweetgrass Arch area using public domain gravity and magnetic data from the USGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC). Oil was found in the Kevin Sunburst Field in the s, Cat Creek Field in the ’30s and Cut Bank Field in Sweet Grass Arch and other central Montana areas contribute to the state’s production. Figure 2 shows oil that contains oil or gas in sufficient quantity .

      A total of 49 tracts compris acres will be offered in the overall area of 32n–34n, 1e–2w. This acreage is associated with the greater Kevin-Sunburst Field, a huge oil and gas reservoir discovered in that has since cumulated more than mmbo from both the Cretaceous and Mississippian zones at depths less than 3,’. Full text of "Structure Of Typical American Oil Fields A Symposium On The Relation Of Oil Accumulation To Structure Volume II " See other formats.


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Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch by Eugene S. Perry Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Rock units ranging in age from Precambrian Beltian to Upper Cretaceous Montanan are exposed along the mile axis. The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass Arch (Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. Memoir) [Eugene S Perry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Eugene S Perry.

Get this from a library. The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch. [Eugene S Perry]. The Kevin-Sunburst Oil Field and Other Possibilities of Oil and Gas in the Sweetgrass Arch, Montana Paperback – January 1, by Arthur J.

Collier (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Arthur J. Collier. Add tags for "The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass Arch.".

Be the first. From introduction: The discovery of oil near Kevin, Mont., in March,gave prominence to the Sweetgrass arch, which is a large structural uplift somewhat similar in size and degree of folding to the Cincinnati arch. Most of the development so far attempted on this fold has been on the Kevin-Sunburst dome, a bulge upon the crest of the arch just south of the Canadian boundary.

The Kevin-Sunburst field is in Toole County, Montana, near the Canadian border. This northernmost field in the United States ranks second in oil production in the Rocky Mountain region. The producing structure is a dome on the north-plunging end of the Sweetgrass arch. The tilting failed to destroy many of the stratigraphic traps.

As a result, down the flanks of the Sweetgrass arch are many frozen stratigraphic traps including Cut Bank field, the largest single-pay stratigraphic trap in the north Rockies. On the crest are large structure accumulations of remigrated oil. SEDIMENTARY HISTORY OF THE SWEETGRASS ARCH.

James A. Peterson; Geology; ; VIEW 3 EXCERPTS. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. The Kevin-Sunburst oil field and other possibilities of oil and gas in the Sweetgrass Arch. Collier; Montana: U. Geological Survey Bulletin B. Total oil production to July, barrels and total gas withdra million cubic feet.

Average well depth in the oil area is 2, feet. The discovery well, completed insought a west extension of the Kevin-Sunburst field when it found a stray sand containing commercial amounts of gas above the objective horizon.

THE KEVIN-SUNBURST OIL FIELD AND OTHER POSSIBILI-TIES OF OIL AND GAS IN THE SWEETGRASS ARCH, MONTANA By ARTHUR J. COLLIER INTRODUCTION The discovery of oil near Kevin, Mont., in March,gave prominence to the Sweetgrass arch, which is a large structural uplift somewhat similar in size and degree of folding to the Cincinnati arch.

The east-west Kindersley Arch, is a western counterpart of the Punnichy Arch and was down-set during an early Laramide foundering of the Swift Current Platform. A Jura-Cretaceous structural and topographic high, its draped structures contain Bakken, Success, basal Mannville and Viking oil and gas fields.

Kevin is a small town near the first oil gush that was drilled in the ri ch Sweetgrass Arch in The Kevin-Sunburst oil fields are among the richest Montana's natural gas and oil fields. The Cut Bank oil and gas field is in Glacier County, Montana, 50 miles east of Glacier National Park, and extends to within 3 miles of the Canadian border.

It is 31 miles long and up to 10 miles wide. The field is on the west flank of the Sweetgrass arch. Author of The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch, Talc, graphite, vermiculite and asbestos deposits in Montana, Some extraordinary drainage features of southeastern Ohio, Oil and gas in Montana.

Revision ofMontana in the geologic past, Gypsum, lime, and limestone in Montana, Tripoli deposits of Oklahoma, Ground-water in eastern and central. Kevin is a small town near the first oil gush that was drilled in the ri ch Sweetgrass Arch in The Kevin-Sunburst oil fields are among the richest Montana's natural gas and oil fields.

The Kevin-Sunburst oil fields are among the richest Montana's natural gas and oil fields. Contributions to economic geology (short papers and preliminary reports),Part II, Mineral fuels. The Kevin-Sunburst oil field and other possibilities of oil and gas in the Sweetgrass arch, Montana: Series title: Bulletin: Series number: Chapter: B: DOI: /bB: Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, Pages Tectonic History of the Sweetgrass Arch, a Key to Finding New Hydrocarbons, Montana and Alberta.

Warren Shepard, Betsy Bartow. Abstract. The Sweetgrass arch of northwestern Montana and southern Alberta is a major, ancient structural feature. Although production from this oil field was short lived, it marked the beginning Just off the Reservation’s eastern edge, along the west flank of the Sweetgrass Arch, random drilling led to the discovery of gas in and of oil in By the early ’s, development drilling had extended the known limits of this field onto the reservation.

The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass Arch by: Perry, Eugene S. Published: () Oil and gas in Montana. Revision of by: Perry, Eugene S. Published: (). Although production from this oil field was short lived, it marked the beginning of the petroleum industry in Montana.

￿ Just off the Reservation’s eastern edge, along the west flank of the Sweetgrass Arch, random drilling led to the discovery of gas in and of oil .For the oil and gas professional working in Montana, the two-volume set on Montana oil and gas fields (Oil and Gas Fields Committee, ) provides basic information on most fields in the state.

Other important publications were published by the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology and by the Yellowstone-Bighorn Research Association.Perry, E.S.,The Kevin-Sunburst and other oil and gas fields of the Sweetgrass arch: Montana Bureau of Mines and Metallurgy Memoir, no.

1. Summary: Named for the Potlatch Adams No. 1 well in T34N, R1W, Tooele Co, MT on the Sweetgrass arch.