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Montana oil and mining journal. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1931-1953, January 22, 1944, Image 3

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Active Montana '
Wildcats
Arch Apex Structure
ARCH-APKX-PARSBLL MO. I—
MW NW14 HE14 4-36N-3E
Shut down, 420.
Blacktail Structure
A. B. COBB-ALLOTTED SS3 MO. 1
NE NW 14 NW 14 1-2S-8W
Shun down, 4832.
Brady District
TKXACO-SCHLEPP NO. 1—
8E14 21-27-2W
barrels, 1482.
SE SE
Tested
Button Butte
T ARRANTWOODWORTH NO. 1—
SE 14 SB 14 20-14N-24E
Standing, 3025.
Broadview Dome
BROADVIEW PET. CORP. - STOLTEN
BERG NO. I—
SW NE 18-3N-23E
Ran 514-Inch pipe to 6140: testing oil
show In Madison, 5238. through produc
tion tubing.
Conrad Butte
TARRANT-McCBACKEN NO. I—
C SB 14 NW14 12-29-1W
Pishing, 1555.
TARRANT ROTH NO. I—
SB SE14 SW14 33-30N-1E
, Water. 773. P. & A.
Devon Field
MILCAHT-HEL LINGER NO. 1—
NW NW14 SE«4 4-32-2E
1,300 M gas. 766; T. D., 1290.
Dunkirk District
LUCKY 7-KNUTSON NO. 1—
NE SW14 NE 14 29 32N 2E
Standing, 1755.
LINVTLLE A SM3TH-HOWERT NO. 1—
C SW14 NE 14 25-32-2E
Drilling, 550.
East Bridger
ALEX BEATON NO. 1—
SB 14 SE14 23-6S-23E
T. D.. 1736.
East Utopia Block
VACO-STATE M 1694 NO. 1—
NW 8E14
Averaged
SE14 16-33-4E
19 bbls. 18-gravlty oil, 10 bbls.
water first 10 days. Shut down for
winter.
Farmington Block
TBXAOO-BTATE M 1332 NO. 1—
NW NW14 3E14 10-25N-4W
COMPLETION, 1-2-44; show oil In ElUa
Madtson contact, 1910; sulphur water,
1918. Plugged and abandoned.
Flat Coulee Structure
NORTHERN PET .-NORTHERN FARMS
Ma
C NE 14 8W14 10-37-6E
Drilling cement. 3112.
Gage Dome
CARTER-NORTHERN ORDNANCE MOR
RIS NO. 1—
C SW14 8W14 15-9N-28E
Pumped 26 bbls. on initial test; shut
down, 6965. To shoot after re-working
with cable toots.
NORTHERN ORDNANCB-DABR NO .1—
C SW14 NWÎ4 14-9N-26E
Spudded 11-20-43; Installing tankage to
test Amsden, topped 6087; 5,000 feet of
oil in hole.
NORTHERN O B D N A N C K ■ SUZANNE
BROS. NO. I—
C NW14 SE14 19-9N-27E
Spudded 11-28-32; drilling, 5661.
Gala ta District
PERRYS-LINVILLE A SMITH NO. 1—
C NW14 SE14 4-31N-3E
Standing, 945.
Hagan Structure
HAGEN STRUCTURE OIL CO.-ANDKR
SON NO. 1—
NE SE14 NE 14 9-31-7W
Drilling, 717.
BETTER GASOLINE
FOR BETTER MOTORS1
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BIG WEST OIL CO.
OF MONTANA
Kevin, Montana
Call Kevin 40
liçrlo Structure
MID-MONT AN A-YOUNG HO. I—
13-7N-18E
C NW<4 NEV4
Drilling, 3322.
Hingham
H IN GHAM-HO BSON -PUNK NO. I—
NB SE*4 SE% 2V33N10E
Standing, 3364.
Ingomar Dome
CARTHB-NORTHKRN ORDNANCE - HU, -
LINON MO. 1
C NE 14 SEV4
8,200,000 feet
NORTHERN ORDNANCR-N. P. MO. I—
C NWii SE
Rig burned,
Lodge Grass-Good Luck Field
C. M. M ARRET-LIN DE HO. 1—
SW NW 166S-35E
Spudded 11-17-43; standing. 525.
Midway Structure
TEXACO-NORMA KEIL MO. 1—
C SWil SE* 3-28-IE
Dry, 2024.
TARRAKT-WOOD NO. 1—
C NE14 NWÎ4 32-28-1W
Shut down; waiting for 5-inch pipe, 3095.
TARRANT-DESTEPPBNAY NO. 1—
C MWH NE14 30-28-1W
Shut down, waiting for crew, 1766.
H AG EMAN-PON D-RI8PIM NO. 1—
SE SEH NWli 20-28-1W
40 barrels, 1752.
HAGEMAN-POND-R1SF1N NO.
SW NEU NWU 20-28-1W
Drilling, 400.
HAGBMAN-POND-BISPIN NO. S—
SE SW14 NWU 20-28-1W
T. D., 1985, water; plugged back, 1833;
shot 100 quarts; testing. Plugged and
abandoned.
HAGEMAN -POND-RISPIN NO. S—
SW SW NE 20-28-1W
Rig up. •
TARRANT-WILEY-BDWARDS NO. 1—
MWBNE14 NWV4 2-27N-2W
Preparing to spud.
TARRANT-BORLAND NO. 1—
NW NW14 NW14 2-27N-1W
Rig.
T ARRANT-OLDS
1HN-»
of gas, 4030.
14 27-BN-35E
3940.
NO. 1—
NW NW14 SW14 21-28-1W
Location.
KATELY-RCHARP NO. I—
NE NE 14 SW 14 20-28-1W
Spudded 1-9-44; drilling, 1100.
Mission Dome
INTERMOUNTAIN 8TATE8-B U R G B 8 8
NO. 1—
SE SW14 NW14 28-2S-11E
Suspended. 1736. __
SECURITY PBTROLEUM WTKS8
SE SE14 8W14 20-2S-11E
Drilling, 1235.
Pondera Oil Field
COBB HIRSHBKRG NO. 1—
NW NW14 SE14
Drilling, 3860.
Pendroy Structure
JARVIS A TAYLOB-GOGGINS NO. 1—
C NE 14 8E14 7-27-5W
(DISCOVERT).
Shut down, 4048.
JARVIS A MARCKLLK-WM.
STEIN NO. 1—
NE NW 14 NW 14 18-27-6 W
COMPLETION 12-9-43; Madlaon contact,
2016: smaU show and sulphur water,
T. D., 2962. P and A.
Reagan Structure
REAGAN ET AL-TRIBAL 194 NO. 3—
SE H NW14 27-37-TW
Shut down, 3890.
jage Creek Structure
SMITH - GULICK-SORRENSON - SMITH
NO. 1—
C NE 14 NW 14 22-37N-7E
Drilling, 3890
Seven-Mile Structure
DICKERSON-PKK NO. 1—
SE NE 14 8W14 8-9S-61E
Drilling, 1550.
Vananda District
BERT-NELSON OIL DIS. CO.-KEK NO. I—
NW NE 14 NW 14 34-7N-38E
Standing, 087.
NO. 1—
23-27N-4W
WELLKN
Those Were The Days .
« 9
From Files of the Montana Oil Journal,
Twenty Tears Ago This Week.
Bill Burks, drilling contractor, reported he'd made hole to 1,100
feet on the Moscow Oil & Exploration company's test near Ulm.
Gasoline went up 2 cents, to 25 cents a gallon in Great Falls.
The Journal was devoting a full page to Dakota oil news.
Midwest Refining Co. was at 2,400 feet in a wildcat on Six
Shooter anticline, near Billings.
A Billings report said tools were being trucked to the Elk Basin
field for a second test on the Nettie Thompson homestead.
Senator T. S. Hogan said he and Bill Fulton would soon start a
test on Ten Mile structure, and Lee Yealey said he was shutting
down for the winter on the Ohio's Guinn dome test, near Malta.
Lou Lilly, contractor, said he'd resume drilling soon on the Moun
tain Chief well north of Browning.
The Midwest and Mid-Northern Oil companies were reported
ready to spend $225.000 testing three structures near Rapelje. Said
the Rapelje Advocate:
Among those who have become familiar figures in the com
munity are M. 0. Danford, vice president of the Mid Northern, and
head of the Midwest activities in Montana; C. M. Bauer, chief
geologist in Montana; D. E. Lounsberry and E. G. Robinson of the
geologic staff; J. E. Redburn of the land department; J. H. Clark,
general manager of the Mid-Northern; H. V. Shoemaker, general
superintendent of drilling operations, and Fred Platt, Tom Herri
man and Joe O'Donnell of the operating department."
The Journal advertising columns listed A. B. Frix as rig builder,
and included as contractors then active, W. E. Burks. Newton &
McMurray, Gordon Swain, Brown & Bailey, 0. Whitman, Craig
& Chamberlain, Bradie Morgan. George M. Day, S. C. Ferdig and
W. M. Elliott.
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