"It is generally accepted that there is lack of parallelism between surface and subsurface beds and between the productive sands in the Beggs District, a condition similar to that which obtains in the Cushing Field. The explanation of this condition as given on page 31, Bulletin 658, U.S. Geological Survey, is: 1) The difference in resistance to compression of the hard and soft beds of which the formations of the Cushing Field are composed; 2) The lenticular form of the Bartlesville sand (the equivalent of the Glen; Gas of Morris pool); 3) One or more unconformities between surface beds and the Bartlesville sand; 4) Folding during deposition; 5) Cross folding"--Pages 14-15.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
33 pages, 3 plates
© 1921 J. Chas. Miller, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Geology -- Oklahoma
Oil fields -- Oklahoma
Gas fields -- Oklahoma
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b2609512~S5
Miller, John Charles, "Geologic conditions affecting the accumulation of oil and gas in the Beggs District, Oklahoma" (1921). Professional Degree Theses. 261.