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Old Queen City
irea (rive* 55 Bhl OU Well Completion of a well with an initia) of 55 barrels per day again turned the spotlight on the area south of the famous Queen City pool of Kevin field this week Pfabe & Engleking-Hurley No. 5 is the largest well ever completed in this area, having had 300 feet of oil in the hole natural and responding to two 500-gallon shots of Kevin acid. Abandonment of two wells in the West Sunburst pool and the start of a new well near the Parrent Holbrook discovery well was an other development of the week. Following are Kevin operations: AGKN-OOEDDBRTZ NO. 8— NE SW Rig up. Footage 1650 west of east line. COOLIIKJR A OOOLHKJE-WAIT NW SW* SE* XS-S6-2W (FIRST REPORT) Footage. 990 north of south, 2310 feet west of east line Spudded 10-11-43; drilling, 275 KALBAR-FRB MO. SE NE* SE* 13-35-2W (FIRST REPORT). Footage. 1450 north of south; 460 feet west of east line. Rig up. THORP ET A L-HO LBROOK NO. S— CSL NW* NS* (FIRST REPORT of north, 1730 feet west of east line. (West Sunburn pool). Rig up. « AGKN-KRAUSK NO S-— SE SE* SW* 9-35-3W Spudded 9-29-43; drilling, 1010. Other Kevin operations follow; ADLON OILB-WARD NO. 4 SW NW* SE* 29-35-3W . 1650 r< 16-35-3 W REPORT). eet south of north and NO. A7— 2 - 36 -SW ). Footage, 900 south W« ABOMOW-OOVT. 6581874 MO. 2— NW SW* SW* 22-S53W Spudded 9-15-43; Sunburst sand, 1450 ■ 1502, show oil, gas water; 7-lnch ce mented at 1597; TOMPLETION 10-10-43; HELP WANTED Bookkeeper and Accountant lor expanding Petroleum Pro ducing Company with offices at Casper, Wyoming. In reply give fnll details of draft status, education, experience, avail ability and salary expected. Permanent high class position for right party. BOX 200 Montana Oil Journal Home 0*1 & Refining Specializes in Polymerized and Leaded Gasolines Road Oils and Asphalts Refinery and General Offices Groat Falk. Montano Made to Exacting Specifications by r % l|i- - A Glacier PROPANE BUTANE NATURAL GASOLINE k îLACIER I PRODUCTION COMPANY CUT BANK BUTTE Madison contact. 1740; loul depth. 1805; I shot, 40 quarts, 1740-1700; slight show of oil; abandoned. AumWHU-IMUJIC» NW 3E* SE* 31-352W Spudded 0-15-43; drill In«. 805 4 HO HOW-GOVT, eut STB MO. 4— B4NW SW NW* SW* Spudde d 8- 4-43 COMPLETION 8-28-43. Sunburst Mild 1417-1544, dry; Madison lima contact 1733; show of oil Total depth 1787. Acidised 1000 sal., no result owing leak In tubing; 2* bbl per day: will acidize. u re al« WEST DmQtIR NO. 84 — _ 21-35-3 W drilling, 900 « K .4 R DBLKE-8WBKNBT NO SW SE* SWÏ .V34-2W Spudded 8-26-43. Sunburst sand, 1295 1317, dry; completion »-28-43; Madison contact, 1466; 80 feet of oil; treated, SOO gal. acid; I. P. 10 bbl. with large flow of water: abandoned. COBB- H A K DROCKOO VT. NO. SE NE* SE>4 Spudded 10.643; NW SE * SWJi 18-35-3 W Spudded 8-16-43; 7-lnch casing cemented at 2267; COMPLETED 10-4-43; Sunburst sand, 2150-2176; Madison lime contact. 2428; total depth. 2435; flowed 290 bbl first 12 hours; producing 180 bbl. pet day after 10 days. COOLEDGB « COOUIK5K-WATT A MO. NE SW 14 SE* 13-36-2W Spudded 8-10-43; Sunbur st s and. 1316 1366; show gas. COMPLETION »-8-43: Madison lime contact 1542; total depth 1546: show of oil; acidized 500 gal.; 70 bbl. first 24 hrs. PfC LORAINE OIL-McKEE NO. I— SW SW* SW* 7-3S-1W Spudded 9-15-43; 7-lnch cemented, 1577; COMPLETION 10-12-43; Sunburst sand, 1418-1432. dry; Madison lime contact. 1600; show of oil. 1613-1617; will acid ha 1MKOTA-MONTAMA CURRAN NO. 1— NW* SE* 6-36-2W Spudded 5-18-43; drUllng, 1370, Il A KOTA-MONT ANA-GOVT, H»HB NO. BW n CEL NE* NW* 19-35-1W Location. E N PI ELD-Z ACHOR MO. 1 SE NE* NW* 30-35-1W Spudded 9-9-43; Sunburst sand, 1355 1375; dry; COMPLETED 10-1-43: Madi son contact, 158«; show of oil; total depth, 1593; treated with 500 gallon* acid; 20 bbl. per day. JOHNSON-HAMILTON NO. t— SE SW* NE* 7-36-1W Location. NEP8TAD-HAUGEN NO. NE SW* NE* 11-35-3W Spudded 7-18-43: «hut down. 240. OGDBN-KEVIN-ZACHOR MO. 8— NE SW* NW* 20-35-1W Rig up. NEP8TED-HÄÜOEN MO. « — SW 8W* NE* 11-35-3W Footage, I860 west of east and 2310 feet south of north line. Spudded 8-11-43: Sunburst sand. 1535-1559, show of oil; mpletlon, 9-29-43; Madison contact, 1795: total depth, 1810; show of oil; acidized, 500 gal.; 20 bbl. per dav. OIEN-DePARMBNT NO. NW NW* SE* Spudded 3-18-43; 1316, dry depth, li 11-86-2 W Sunburst ; Madison contact, 1303 ; total back to 1569. 1529-1535; 1538 73 633 ssc Acidized two 1562, no results; shot. 100 quarts nitro glycerin; acidized by Hallburton, 1000 gallons; testing. PFABE & ENGLE KING-HURLEY NO. 8-34-2 W SW SE* NW* Spudded 8-27-43. Sunburst sand, 1148 1192, dry; completion 9-27-43; Madison contact. 1448; show of oil and water; T_l_ _ _ nfill 1CKOS Will JT CtC@ Oil Men at Chicago At the «econd wartime conven tion of the Independent Petroleum Institute. Harold L. Ickes will face oil men of the nation and explain to them why he has not been able to keep petroleum prices on a par ity with other war essentials. The meeting will be held at the Palmer House in Chicago. Nov. 8 to U. Ralph K. Davies, deputy petroleum administrator. Rubber Director Bradley Dewey and Warren H. Atherton, national commander of the American Legion, with W. R. Boyd, Jr., president of IPA, will be the principal speakers. total depth, 1451; acidised. 500 gal; 56 bbl. per day. I'AKRKNT-Mac ALPINE MO. I— SW NW* SE* 2M7-SW 8*-inch casing act at 1435. circulated with aquagel; Sunburst sand. 1825 1842, dry; 7-lnch ce men ted st 198« Madison lime contact 2982 total depth, 2088; abandoned. PREVOL A 8HAT-OOVT. TOT 8 Ma 4— | Spudded 7-14-43. Sunburst sand at 1618 . Completion, 8-23-43; Madison contact, 1778: break at 1825-1835; show of oil; total depth, 1916; plugged back to 1840: acidized. 500 gallons; testing. HKICHOFF-BANMWm MO. 1A— SW SE* SW* 35-.37-3W nrillin g. Su nburst sand. 1830-1845, dry. COMPLETION. 8-17 43; total depth, 2091, Madison lime contact. 3074, show of oil and water; shot 30 quarts and 00 quarts, no result; abandoned. I'RRIOR PETROLE IIH-GOE I) DR RTZ s SE NE* SW* 12-35-3W Rig up. TEXACO-RBBG NO. 8 SE SE* SW* Spudded 1614 43; si 14-35-2 W drilling. 50. TEXACO- KENNT MO. *— NE SW* SE* 1535-3W Spudded 9-18-4S; COMPLETION. 10-5 43: Sunburst sand. 1265-1310, dry; i contact, I486, dry; shot, 40 1481-1490: Jet acidized by Ha burton. 500 gal,; treated 1000 gal., no results; drilling deeper. texaco-portbr mo. i—• NW SW* SE* 2-34-3W Spudded 10-12-43; drilling, 150. VANDERPAB—ZACHOR NO. 4— 20-36-1W -43; drilling, 330. Madison quarts 11 9 E NE*SW* Spudded 10-12 cA Good-Neighbor Creed If yon were acquainted with the other folk« on your telephone party line, chance« are you'd find them good neighbor* . . . people you'd like . . . people who believe in sharing party line service thi* way: I. "Somebody elae on my line may be waiting to make a call, to HI be brief.** II. "When the line la in use, and I'm waiting my turn, I won't interrupt." III. "When 1 have several calls to make, HI allow time between them so other persona can use the line.** IV. "When 1 finish a call. Ill make rare I've hung up properly, so all the telephones on the line won't be pul out of service." Olt Tfltmntaim Slatti Otftplont & 0thfra.pl do. Well on Top of Rimrock Makes 180 Rarrels Although shut down pan of the time owing to breakage of equip ment and shortage of manpower, the Cobb & Coolldge producer In the high gravity pool atop the rim rock west of Kevin delivered 1.000 barrels of oil into the pipeline dur ing the first week on production, according to E. B. Coolidge. In the last 24 hours reported it made 180 barrels with a trace of water. Big West Oil Co. Is preparing to drill one-half mile west of the big producer. High Gravity Oil Co. will drill a north offset to the Cobb & Coolldge well and Rimrock Oil Co. will have two offsets to the pro posed Big West well. Circulars on Oil Field Priorities Oil operators will shortly receive from PAW copies of PAW priori ties circulars. Eleven circulars are to be had: No. 2. M-293 Critical Common Components; 3, P-98-b Gen eral; 4, Carbon Black Manufacture; Service Companies" under P-98-b; 7, Repair Shops and Con tractors under P-98-b; 8, Communi cations Equipment; 9; M-255 New Steel Shipping Drums; 10, L-172 Critical Heat Exchangers; 12, PR 18 Frozen Schedules; 13, Marine Equipment for Inland Waterways. Copies can be had by writing PAW at Washington. 25, D. C. attention Mrs. Bernice Ryan. 5, Every submarine contains three tons of tin.