10 raitwütMsu w« 0 > la prov en
fleMa la which there to bat Uttto
Arch Apex Structure
4RCH APEX-PABBBLL KO. I—
NW NW* K EM 4-MN-SE
Waiting on pip«, 1640.
BAKHATYKK OIL 8 VND.- 8 PKKH KO. 1 —
(To Be Devonian Teat)
NWKW 8 K 6-25N-1E
PACIFIC WESTERN-PARKER KO. 1
SE SE SE 15-37N-3W
Location. (FIRST REPORT).
TARRANT-WOOD WORTH HO. 1—
8 E SE 20-14N-2E
T.D.. 3600. P.B., 2900 to acldlxe and teat
oil show. Did not cement pipe or acldlxe.
P. A A.
MIDWEST DRLG. CO. • SCHNITZ MEIER
SE SW NE 14-35N-16E
Spudded 7-9-46; no report.
PILOT PRODUCTION CO. KO. 1—
NW NW NW 18-29N-3W
Spudded 4-19-46; water, 1860-70. landed
8 -ln., 1980; fishing, 2615.
Devils Basin Field
BILL CLARK-N. P. NO. 1—
NE NW SW 9-11N-24E
Spudded 7-24-46; WORT. 201.
LUCKY SIX-SEIFERT NO. 1—
NE SW 15-10N-25E
NORTHERN ORDNANCE-HOLD NO.
SW NW 14-9N-26E
Spudded 7-8-46; drilling, 5620.
B. C. TARRANT-C. F. WILLIAMS NO. 1
C NE SW 29-9N-13E
Waiting for engine parts, 095.
MARCUS SNYDER-B. GORKINS NO. « —
C NW SE 23-1S-32E
Madison lime test. LocaUon.
H. L, HUNT-KENDRICK NO. 1—
SE SE 24-1N-34E
Spudded 7-16-46; HURT.
THE TETON COUNTY
ROCK GLYCERIN COMPANY
A Complete and Efficient
OIL WELL SHOOTING SERVICE
CUT BANK, MONT., Phone 73 and *07
CASPER, WÏO, Phone 1300
VERNAL, UTAH, Phone SZS-V
RANGELY, COLO., Phone 3313
MAIN OFFICE: PAMPA, TEX., Box 3098
FOR BETTER MOTORSl
BIG WEST OIL CO.
Call Kevin 40
Maxwell Butte Structure
rcu OIlrSTAT* KO. I—
C W Vk SW SE 36-2N-61E
Etev. 3007 Or-3016 D. F 4 13%-In casing
Bet. 1483. DAT, 5196-6219, open 23 min ,
4200 fu freah water, thru %-ln.
choke. Scfalumbergcr tope, Pierre, 1010;
Muddy, 4800; Dakota. 6144; Morrison.
5300; Spearflah, «066; Minneluaa. «612:
core 7620-7627, ne. 1 (L 61a. hard
brown dolomite: core 7640-7660, rec. 13
ft, brown dolomite, sulphur odor;
7687-7«. rac. « ft. oolitic Um«, soma
porosity; drilling, 9140.
McDonald Creek Anticline
BCRKS-TBIOEN NO. 1—
NE NE NE 31-16N-25E
Moving in cable tools.
B. C. TARRAN T-HOLUD A V NO. 1—
SW SW S5-9N-10E
Top Colorado, 340; sta n di n g, 1116. Will
drop until resumed.
Mission Creek Structure
R ICH FIELrWIKSS NO. 1
SE SE SW 20-28-11E
Spudded June, 1941; drilling. 1730. (RE
JARVIS A MARC ELLE- FLAN AO AN NO. 1
C SW KW 8-27N-SW
LocaUon. Spudded 8-4-46; drilling, 2107.
A B. COBB-COPLBY NO. 4—
CE* EH SEH 10-27N-4W
SCHROCK-CLAUSON NO. 1—
C SE NE 27-13N-28E
Roger Lee Structure
H. L. POSTON-WENDT NO. 1—
NW BE 11-28N-21W
10 -In. casing set, «48; 8 -ln. run to 1048.
Cementing and c l ea n i ng , 1115.
M0N-O4».-N. P. HO. i—
NW NB NW 19-7N-19E
B. C. TAKHANT-N. P. HO. 1
NE NE SE 1-6N-16E.
Spudded 7-2-4«; drilling, 446.
Sun River Area
LUCKY SEVEN OIL CO.- 8 ANBOBN NO. 1
NW NE SW 23-2LN-1W
Sweetgrass Hills Area
TEXACOAORRELL NO. 1—
C NE NW 29-86N-6E
EAST ELK BASIN ■ BIO HORN BAS» -
BROCKWAY NO. 1—
SW NE 19-88-25K
10-In. cemented at 337, with 60 aacka.
TEXACO-LAAS NO. s—
C NW NE SW 14-33N-4E
EM, 2347; top Devonian, 3329. Top Jef
ferson, 3559. Good porosity, 3662-3572.
Core, 3576-3591, rec. 9* ft. brown dolo
mite, spotted porosity with fairly live
brown oit DST 3663-81. open 25 min.,
est. 20,000,000 ft. sweet gas, 1400 Ibe.
pressure. DST 3687-3871, rec. sulphur
water only. Fishing for drill pipe, 4305.
0'Mahoney Has Plan To Spur
Development of Oil Resources
Of interest to Wyoming and Montana operators is the three-point
program of Wyoming's Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney to spur de
velopment of the nation's oil resources, as reported by Ray Tucker. "
in the syndicated column, "National Whirligig." Says Tucker:
"Senator O'Mahoney has a three
point program designed to regain
for the United States the leadership
it once enjoyed in the production
"He has obtained appropriations
for the Bureau of Mines that will
permit this agency
ments in wringing
coal and sand deposits. Many ex
perts pooh-poohed this process as
too expensive, in view of more ac
cessible supplies, until Hitler dem
onstrated that synthetic fuel is a
great military asset.
"The Wyoming statesman has in
troduced a measure providing that
any oil fields found on the conti
nental shelf shall become federal
property. The so-called continental
shelf extends a hundred miles from
American shores, and explorations
indicate that it is rich In petroleum.
"Mr. O'Mahoney has also ad
vanced a revision of the mineral
laws to provide greater Incentive
rs in tapping the
lions of oil acres in the public
maip. He proposes lower royalties
to prospectors, an increases of the
acreage which they may explore
and more generous option terms."
to malte e
MOVING IN TOOLS
FOR M0N-0-C0 TEST
Rotary tools are reported moving
for the scheduled deep test of the
Mon-O-Co Interests on a Northern
Pacific Railway lease on the Shaw
mut anticline, in NW NE NW 19
DAILY CRUDE OUTPUT
STAYS AT HIGH MARK
The American Petroleum Insti
tute estimates that the daily aver
age gross crude oil
the week ended August 3, 1946, was
4,881,400 barrels. Dally production
for the four weeks ended August 3,
1946, averaged 4,919,750 barrels.
MONTANA ACID COMANY
Licensee Dow Chemical Co.
Our company is furnishing this splendid fuel
to 50 communities in four northwestern states
through more than 1,000 miles of high-pree
Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.
Gnat FaDa. Montana
IN CONRAD WILDCAT
BAD FISHING JOB
Wildcat of the Pilot Production
company a few miles north of Con
rad in Pondera county has a very
bad fishing Job. A bit and part of a
broken stem is in the hole (pre
viously bottomed at 2615) and the
red beds have caved on them. They
were grabbed with a fishing string
but efforts to Jar them up have
failed, due to continued caving.
Almost three out of every four
»reducing oil wells in the United
itates are "strippers.'*
Oil Field Waters
J. G. Crawford. Ctoadnl
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