Surface and shallow oil-impregnated rocks and shallow oil fields in the United States.

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ContributionsInterstate Oil Compact Commission., Joint Committee on Petroleum-Impregnated Rocks.
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LC ClassificationsTN872.A5 B33
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Paginationxii, 375 p.
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Open LibraryOL5964532M
LC Control Number65060063
OCLC/WorldCa2658070

Get this from a library. Surface and shallow oil-impregnated rocks and shallow oil fields in the United States. [Ball Associates (Denver, Colo.); Interstate Oil Compact Commission.; Joint Committee on Petroleum-Impregnated Rocks.].

SURFACE AND SHALLOW OIL-IMPREGNATED ROCKS AND SHALLOW OIL FIELDS IN THE UNITED STATES COMPILED BY BALL ASSOCIATES, LTD, PROPERTY OF UTAH GEOLOGICAL AND MINERALOGfCAl SURVEY This report presents the results of a survey conducted in ^5 by Ball Associates, Ltd., Denver, Colo., on behalf of the Joint Com­.

Surface and shallow oil-impregnated rocks and shallow oil fields in the United States: Authors: Ball Associates, LTD: Issue Date: Publisher: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Interstate Oil Compact Commission: Citation: Bureau of Mines Monograph: no.

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Type: book: Pages: Abstract. Book Country of Publication: United States In the Interstate Oil Compact Commission was a co-sponsor of a major project entitled Surface and Shallow Oil Impregnated Rocks and Shallow Oil Fields in the United States.

That publication was the result of a three-year effort by the Bureau of Mines, US Geological Survey, and the IOCC to. Ball Associates, Ltd., Surface and Shallow Oil-Impregnated Rocks and Shallow Oil Fields in the United States, U.

BuMines Monogr Published by the Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Oklahoma City, OK, Author: L. Marchant, C. Land, C. Cupps. In the Interstate Oil Compact Commission was a co-sponsor of a major project entitled Surface and Shallow Oil Impregnated Rocks and Shallow Oil Fields in the United States.

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Heath. Ball Associates Ltd.: " Surface and Shallow Oil-Impregnated Rocks and Shall Oil Fields in the United States, " Monogr U.S. Bureau of Mines, published by IOCC (). On the other hand, these are areas where there are oil seeps and surface deposits and outcrops of oil infused rocks as well as major oil fields.

(See fn 7 below.) If this opinion is correct, it would appear doubtful that the reference in Job to rock pouring out rivers of oil is to olive oil. Ball Associates, Ltd.,Surface and shallow oil-impregnated rocks and shallow oil fields in the United States: U.S.

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Bureau of Minea under a grant from that agency. Natural bitumen accumulations in the United States are generally known as “tar sands,” a generic term that has been used for several decades to describe petroleum-bearing rocks exposed on the Earth’s surface (fig.

Other terms for such accumulations include oil sand, oil-impregnated sand, asphaltic sand, rock asphalt, bituminous rock. On the other hand, these are areas where there are oil seeps and surface deposits and outcrops of oil infused rocks as well as major oil fields.

(See fn 7 below.) If this opinion is correct, it would appear doubtful that the reference in Job to rock pouring out rivers of oil is to olive oil.

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Forty-two test pits were excavated on-site with a backhoe to observe potential contaminant sources and to prospect for free oil or oil-impregnated soils. Depths ranged from to feet. Oil impregnated soils and/or free oil were noted in at least 14 of the test pits. Since early s (Werner ), tw o very large, shallow heavy oil impregnated sands have been known to overlie the Kuparuk Ri ver field and underlie a.

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