Principles of oil and gas production / by Roswell H. Johnson ... and L. G. Huntley .. Johnson, Roswell H. (Roswell Hill), 1877-1967

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Author
Johnson, Roswell H. (Roswell Hill), 1877-1967
Subjects
Petroleum engineering; Natural gas; Petroleum mining.
Contents
  • Varieties of oil and gas
  • The origin of oil and gas
  • Distribution of the oil and gas
  • Reservoirs of oil and gas
  • Accumulation of oil and gas
  • Pressure in oil and gas reservoirs
  • Origin of the shape of the reservoir
  • Classification of the attitude of geologic surfaces
  • Effect of the different attitudes upon accumulation
  • Locating oil and gas wells
  • Oil and gas lands
  • Drilling for oil and gas
  • "Bringing in a well"
  • The management of oil wells
  • Completing the extraction of the oil
  • The management of gas wells
  • Condensation of gasoline from gas
  • The natural gas industry
  • Size and scope of oil and gas companies
  • Reports upon oil and gas prospects or properties
  • The valuation of oil production
  • Oil and gas fields of North America
  • Oil market and the future supply.
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695174

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