A Digital Bibliography of Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Fields

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Content: A Digital Bibliography of Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Fields Editors: Mark W. Longman and Donna S. Anderson Introduction Part 1: Field Listings (arranged alphabetically for each state) Arizona Colorado Montana Western Nebraska Nevada Northern New Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Utah Wyoming Part 2: Author Listing Arranged in Alphabetical Order Bibliography Compiled by: Donna S. Anderson, Scott M. Clark, Jane Estes-Jackson, Earl G. Griffith, Michael L. Hendricks, Michael S. Johnson, Mark W. Longman, John C. Osmond, John W. Robinson, and James P. Rogers
A Bibliography of Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Fields INTRODUCTION Mark W. Longman This digital version of RMAG's "A Bibliography of Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Fields", which was originally published in 1999 as Volume 36, no. 3 of The Mountain Geologist, is updated through April 2001, partly to include field listings for abstracts presented at the 2001 AAPG Annual Convention. All relevant papers dealing with Rocky Mountain oil and gas fields published since 1999 in journals such as the AAPG Bulletin, The Mountain Geologist, and the GSA Bulletin are have also been added to the bibliography. Symposia and field conferences for the Rocky Mountain region that were published in the past three years have also been reviewed to compile an up-to-date list of references. In addition, all issues of the University of Wyoming's Earth Science Bulletin back to 1968 were reviewed by Donald S. Stone and field studies in those volumes are included here. This Oil and Gas Fields Bibliography initially began to take shape when long-time RMAG member Mike Johnson needed to find references on Little Knife Field in North Dakota. During a search for information on the field, he came to recognize that many explorationists in the Rocky Mountain region could benefit from a comprehensive list of references that included information on any and all oil and gas fields in the area. All the work for preparing this volume was done by the members of one of Denver's long-time informal Geologic Study Groups. Certain members of the group recognized that they could leave a legacy to the RMAG by compiling such a bibliography. Fortunately, both the RMAG Publications Committee and the RMAG Board of Directors wholeheartedly supported the idea for such a publication, and work was begun in mid-1998 to compile the references. Not surprisingly, there is a wealth of published information on the oil and gas fields of the Rocky Mountain region. As shown in this compilation, more than 1700 papers have been published on these fields. These papers range from short abstracts to comprehensive field studies. Many decisions had to be made in preparing this bibliography as to which papers should be listed and which could be left out without hurting the overall content. The first screening technique was to include publications easily available to the average geologist such as those published by AAPG, RMAG, local geological associations, and so on. Most of these publications can be obtained from any major geology-oriented library in the Rocky Mountain region, and most are also available at the Denver Earth Resources Library (DERL) in downtown Denver, or the U.S. Geological Survey Library in Lakewood, Colorado. The second major emphasis was to compile a list of especially detailed field studies and those overview papers that contained comprehensive reference lists. Abstracts that only mentioned a field by name, on the other hand, did not find space in this bibliography, and those abstracts that discussed specific fields in some detail were not included if the information was subsequently published as a complete paper. Only abstracts for the Rocky Mountain Section meetings that were published in the AAPG Bulletin were selectively searched for inclusion in this bibliography. Two other problems were also encountered in compiling this bibliography. The first is that some field names have changed (or fields have merged) through time. Furthermore, industry and operators sometimes use slightly different names (e.g., Riverton vs. Riverton Dome Field in Wyoming). We have done our best to standardize names of the fields, but some inconsistencies have almost certainly slipped into this bibliography. The other problem is that many published papers dealing with stratigraphic, structural, diagenetic, or hydrocarbon source aspects of
particular fields for one reason or another fail to mention specific fields by name. The task of trying to correlate these papers with specific fields was a difficult one, so most of these papers are not included in this bibliography. Despite the many problems, we hope we have compiled what will prove to be a useful and fairly complete listing of publications dealing with specific oil and gas fields in the Rocky Mountain region. To further aid the user, we have prepared a general introduction to the hydrocarbon production and reservoirs in each state in the study area. These introductions include a list of general references that may also prove useful to geologists and explorationists interested in understanding the broad aspects of the state's hydrocarbon reservoirs. While not intended to be comprehensive, these lists of general references provide a starting point for finding additional information on a state's oil and gas fields. Those interested in the historical aspects of exploration in the Rocky Mountain region will find a wealth of information on many of the early major discoveries compiled in E.W. Owen's "Trek of the Oil Finders: A History of the Exploration for Petroleum" (1975, AAPG Memoir 6, e.g., p. 690-713). RMAG's 1972 "Big Red Book" entitled "Geologic Atlas of the Rocky Mountain Region" is another excellent resource for General Information on the area's oil and gas resources. AREA OF COVERAGE The area selected for coverage in this bibliography extends from northern Arizona and New Mexico on the south to the Canadian border on the north. It includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nebraska (the western part only), Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Also included is northern New Mexico, particularly the San Juan Basin area. FORMAT This bibliography consists of two main parts as follows: 1) A listing of oil and gas fields arranged alphabetically by state followed by the authors that have published on those fields listed in reverse chronological order; and 2) A comprehensive bibliography of cited publications arranged by author and date with a cross-listing to fields discussed in each paper.
CONTRIBUTORS AND PUBLICATIONS COVERED
Nine people were responsible for collecting and compiling the references included in this bibliography. Their names and the publications or geographic areas covered by each are listed below.
Donna S. Anderson
Wyoming and some Montana publications
Scott M. Clark
SPE Publications (field studies only)
Earl G. Griffith and Michael S. Johnson Rocky Mountain Section, AAPG Abstracts
Michael L. Hendricks
North Dakota and Williston Basin Symposium
volumes
Michael S. Johnson
AAPG Bulletins (1948-1998) and other selected
AAPG Publications; some Montana publications,
and Williston Basin Symposium volumes; The
Mountain Geologist (v. 1 to 35)
Mark W. Longman
Colorado, Nevada, Northern New Mexico, South
Dakota; SEPM Publications; Selected AAPG
Memoirs; the AAPG Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields;
post-1990 RMAG Symposia and Guidebooks
including the RMAG/DGS 3-D Seismic Symposia
John C. Osmond
Utah and Arizona
John W. Robinson
Pre-1990 RMAG Symposia and Guidebooks
James P. Rogers
Western Nebraska
Donald S. Stone
Earth Science Bulletin
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Information on the number of wells drilled in each state (included in the introductory write-up for each state) is from the special IPAA volume entitled "Oil and Gas Producing Industry in Your State," published as a supplement to Hart's Oil and Gas World (1998, v. 69, no. 10).
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN OIL AND GAS FIELDS (updated to April 23, 2001) Part 1: Field Listings ARIZONA Through the end of 1997, a total of 495 wells had been drilled for oil and gas in Arizona. Of these, 49 wells (10%) produced oil and 39 (8%) produced gas. All of the oil and gas fields in Arizona are located in Apache County. The productive areas lie in the southern part of the Paradox Basin, close to the border with Utah, or in the western part of the San Juan Basin, close to the border with New Mexico. Dineh-Bi-Keyah is the largest field in Arizona and produces from an Oligocene igneous sill within Black SHAles of the Pennsylvanian Hermosa Group. All of the other fields, which include Bita Peak, Black Rock, Boundary Butte, Dry Mesa, Teec Nos Pos, Toh Atin, Twin Falls Creek, and Walker Creek, are small with only one or two wells. Unfortunately, the only papers in the publications reviewed for this bibliography deal with Dineh-Bi-Keyah Field. General Reference Fassett, J.E., ed., 1978, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 1, 726 p. References to Specific FieldsDineh-Bi-Keyah Masters, 2000; McKenny, 1969; Williams and Roth, 1969; McKenny and Masters, 1968 COLORADO Through the end of 1997, a total of 48,516 wells had been drilled for oil and gas in Colorado. Of these, 11,846 wells (24%) produced oil and 14,086 (29%) produced gas. Production can be thought of as occurring in all four corners of the state (Ambrose, 1998). This production is "wrapped around" a mountainous area of Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rocks in the center of the state where there is essentially no oil and gas production. To the north, the productive areas include the Sand Wash and Piceance Creek basins on the western side of the state (described in Amuedo and Mott, 1962; Murray, 1974; and Stone, 1986), and the northern Denver (aka D-J) Basin in the east (described in detail in Pruitt and Coffin, 1978). In the southern part of Colorado, production is found in the Paradox and San Juan basins to the southwest (see Fassett, 1978 and 1983; Weigand, 1981; Fassett et al, 1977; and Lucas et al., 1992), and the southern Denver Basin and Las Animas Arch area to the southeast (see Sonnenberg et al., 1990). Probably the most comprehensive collection of papers on Colorado's oil and gas fields is the 1961 volume published by the RMAG entitled "Colorado-Nebraska Oil and Gas Field Volume" (Parker, 1961). Each field study presented in this volume contains a page or two of text accompanied by figures including a structure map and type log or cross-section. Production data for each field are also presented. Previously, in 1954, the RMAG had also published a collection of field studies on the Oil and Gas Fields of Colorado (Jensen et al., 1954). Together, these volumes contain relatively brief discussions of dozens of early discoveries in the state. In 1982, the RMAG published an updated two-volume set entitled "Oil and Gas Fields of Colorado, Nebraska and Adjacent Areas" (Crouch, 1982). Each of the 143 field studies presented in this work contains a short text accompanied by a structure map and type log or cross-section. Production data for each field through 1980 are also presented. Although the majority of fields discussed are in the Denver Basin, coverage of the whole state is provided. Special emphasis in the volume was placed on the Douglas Creek Arch. A useful source of information on Colorado's gas reservoirs is the Gas Research Institute project managed by Broadhead and Robertson (1993) entitled "Atlas of Major Rocky Mountain Gas Reservoirs," which covers the Piceance Basin, Denver Basin, and southeast part of the state. Another useful publication on Colorado's oil and gas fields was recently published by the Colorado Geological Survey (Ambrose, 1998). Consisting of four charts, one for each quadrant of the state, this publication summarizes data on producing horizons, cumulative production (through 1994), oil and gas shows, water injection zones, and so on for 116 fields scattered through each of the state's productive basins. Although geologic information on the producing horizons is minimal, this publication provides a good starting point for compiling data on a variety of oil and gas fields. An RMAG publication with useful information on 18 of Colorado's oil fields is the collection on "Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of
Subtle Pays" by Dolly and Mullarkey (1996). Fields discussed in the short papers in this volume include: Andy's Mesa, Cathedral, Flank, Hambert/Aristocrat, Hiawatha East, High Point, Lilli, Maudlin Gulch, Ne No She, Radar, Sorrento, Speaker North, Spindle, Trapper, and Wattenberg. Each example includes a brief write-up, a structure map, and a panel of wireline logs. General Colorado References Ambrose, C.M.T., 1998, Penetration charts of selected Colorado oil and gas fields: Colorado Geological Survey, Resource Series #34, 3 p. plus 4 plates.
Amuedo, C.L., and M.R. Mott, eds., 1962, Exploration for Oil and Gas in Northwestern Colorado: RMAG, 192 p.
Broadhead, R.F., and J.M. Robertson, Project Managers, 1993, Atlas of Major Rocky Mountain Gas Reservoirs: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, 206 p.
Crouch, M.C., Chief Editor, 1982, Oil and Gas Fields of Colorado, Nebraska, and Adjacent Areas: RMAG, 791 p.
Dolly, E.D., and J.C. Mullarkey, eds., 1996, Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of Subtle Pays: RMAG, 290 p.
Fassett, J.E., ed., 1978, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 1 and 2, 726 p.
Fassett, J.E., ed., 1983, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 3, 729-1143 p.
Fassett, J.E., H.L. James, and H.E. Hodgson, eds., 1977, San Juan Basin III, Twenty-eighth Annual Field Conference, New Mexico Geological Society, 307 p.
Jensen, F.S., H.H.R. Sharkey, and D.S. Turner, eds., 1954, The Oil and Gas Fields of Colorado: RMAG, 300 p.
Lucas, S.G., B.S. Kues, T.E. Williamson, and A.P. Hunt, eds., 1992, San Juan Basin IV, Forty-third Annual Field Conference, New Mexico Geological Society, 411 p.
Murray, D.K., ed., 1974, Guidebook to the Energy Resources of the Piceance Creek Basin: RMAG, 302 p.
Parker, J.M., ed., 1961, Colorado-Nebraska Oil and Gas Field Volume: RMAG, 389 p.
Pruitt, J.D., and P.E. Coffin, eds., 1978, Energy Resources of the Denver Basin: RMAG, 272 p.
Shurr, G.W., 2001 Basin-margin gas in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains, in D.S. Anderson, J.W. Robinson, J.E. Estes-Jackson, and E.B. Coalson, eds., Gas in the Rockies: RMAG, p. 223-239.
Sonnenberg, S.A., L.T. Shannon, K. Rader, W.F. von Drehle, and G.W. Maring, eds., 1990, Morrow Sandstones of Southeast Colorado and Adjacent Areas: RMAG, 236 p.
Stone, D.S., ed., 1996, Geology of Northwestern Colorado: RMAG, 256 p.
Weigand, D.L., ed., 1981, Geology of the Paradox Basin, RMAG, 285 p.
Ace Adena Ambush Antler Arapahoe Arcabuz-Culebra Aristocrat Arroyo Badger Creek
References to Specific Colorado Fields Folsom, 1955 Holm, 1972; Mygdal, 1963; Weyler and Sayre, 1959; Murray, 1957 Graham, 2000; Weimer et al., 1998 Clayton and Swetland, 1980 Blakeney et al., 1990; Nolte, 1990; Wheeler et al., 1990 Wolhart et al., 2000 see Hambert-Aristocrat Graham, 2000 MacQuown and Millikan, 1955
Banner Lakes Bar X Barker Dome Barrel Springs Baseline Battleship Beall Creek Bear Gulch Beecher Island Beeson Bell Rock Dome Bennett Bents Fork Berthoud Bighole Bijou Bison Black Hollow Blanco Bledsoe Ranch Bonny Boulder Boxer Brandon Buck Peak Bugle Cache Campo Canadian River Center Pivot Channing Chromo Clark Lake Cliff Clifford Colt Craig Dome Craig North Danforth Hills Deer Trail DeNova Divide Creek Douglas Creek Arch Douglas Creek North Elk Springs Falcon Flank Florence Fort Collins Four Mile Creek Frontera Garcia Gardner
Weimer et al., 1998 Krey, 1962; Quigley, 1960 Picard et al., 1968 Sonnenberg and von Drehle, 1990; von Drehle, 1990; Wheeler et al., 1990 Weimer et al., 1998 Lange and Wellborn, 1985; Haverfield, 1970; Grote, 1957 Graham, 2000 Weimer et al., 1998 Lockridge and Pollastro, 1988; Brown et al., 1982; Lockridge, 1977 Tasci et al., 1997 Wyeth, 1955a McGee et al., 1989 Pustmueller, 1958 Ladd, 2001b; Longman et al., 1998; Pollastro, 1992; Scholle and Pollastro, 1985; MacKenzie, 1971 Krummel, 1973 Scobey, 1964 Graham, 2000 Stone, 1991b; Moore, 1986; Stone, 1985e; Clayton and Swetland, 1980; Levandowski et al., 1973; Nering, 1963; McGinnis, 1955 Keighin et al., 1993; Maldonado et al., 1983 (see also Blanco Field in New Mexico) Sonnenberg and von Drehle, 1990 Lockridge and Pollastro, 1988 Kittleson, 1992; Whitney, 1956 Tobison, 1967, 1972 Plant et al., 1971; Stoddart, 1968 Vincelette and Foster, 1992; Cummings, 1959 Weimer et al., 1998 Baars and Stevenson, 1982; Reid and Berghorn, 1981; Gray, 1967; Carter, 1966; Peterson, 1966 Caldwell, 1990 Haverfield, 1970; Saterdal, 1957 Gackle et al., 2001 Wallace et al., 1990a Gries and Vandersluis, 1989 MacKenzie, 1971 Severy, 1959 Nolte, 1990; Shannon, 1990 Pustmueller, 1958 Tyler et al., 1997; Wyeth, 1955b Dolloff and Lancaster, 2001; Greer, 1959; Parker, 1959 Grace and Nelson, 1962; Turner, 1955 Graham, 2000 Lockridge and Pollastro, 1988 Hoak and Klawitter, 1997; Grout et al., 1991; Johnson and Rice, 1990; Berry, 1959 Johnson and Rice, 1990; Holland et al., 1984; Kellogg, 1977; Hoffman, 1957 Tutten, 1959a MacMillan, 1986; Jensen, 1958; Hoffman, 1957; Fenex, 1955 Chancellor, 1964 Bolyard, 1990; Caprara and Staley, 1990; Sonnenberg and von Drehle, 1990 Clayton and Swetland, 1980; Mallory, 1977; McCoy et al., 1951 MacKenzie, 1971; Nering, 1963 Foster, 1965; Parker, 1959 Blakeney et al., 1990; Bowen et al., 1990b; Kozarek, 1990; Krystinik and DeJarnett, 1990; Shumard, 1991 Woodward, 1997; Clair and Bradish, 1956a Woodward, 1997
Garmesa Golden Spike Gramps Grand Valley Grassy Creek Greeley Greenwood Grouse Hambert-Aristocrat Harker Ranch Hiawatha Hiawatha West Horse Gulch Hugo Ignacio Iles Dome Island Butte Ismay Jace Jamboree Kachina Keota Krauthead La Poudre Ladder Creek Lanyard Latham Bar Latigo Lay Creek Left Hand Little Beaver Little Beaver North Loma Lone Pine Lonetree Lookout Lost Creek Loveland Lubers Mamm Creek Maria Maudlin Gulch Mayberry McCallum McCallum North McCallum South McIntyre Canyon McClave Middlemist Midway Minto Model Dome Moffat Dome Mt. Pearl Moore-Johnson Neo Noshe
Krey, 1962 Canter and Coringrato, 1988; Ramirez, 1974 Gries and Vandersluis, 1989 Hoak and Klawitter, 1997; Reinecke et al., 1991 Livesey, 1985 Guion and Hutson, 1985 Wingerter, 1968; Pustmueller, 1958 Avis and Dickinson, 1990; Wheeler et al., 1990; Canter and Coringrato, 1988 Ladd, 2001a; Birmingham, 1998; Hoffman and Slatt, 1998; Van Kirk et al., 1998; Benson and Davis, 1997; Slatt et al., 1997; Davis, 1985 Wheeler et al., 1990 Folsom, 1955; Gras, 1955a,b Foster, 1965; Gras, 1955b Morel et al., 1986 Rall, 1996 Dolloff and Lancaster, 2001; Keighin et al., 1993 Cummings and Pott, 1962; Nelson, 1955 Matheny and Longman, 1996 Grammer et al., 1996; Peterson, 1966 Rall, 1996; Germinario et al., 1995; Adams, 1990; Sonnenberg and von Drehle, 1990 Ladd, 2001a; Weimer et al., 1998 Higley, 1989; Higley and Schmoker, 1989; Nylund, 1978 Nering, 1963 Weimer et al., 1998 Ladd, 2001a Canter and Coringrato, 1988; Ramirez, 1974 Gackle et al., 2001; Plybon and Oldham, 1985; Sonnenberg, 1982 Al-Raisi et al., 1996 Geyer, 1972 Duffy, 1975; Turner, 1955 Sonnenberg and von Drehle, 1990 Murray, 1957; Fentress, 1955; MacQuown and Millikan, 1955 Murray, 1957 Canter and Coringrato, 1988 Chapin, 1983; Wellborn, 1977; Burton and Wellborn, 1974 Ethridge and Dolson, 1989; Dolson, 1983 Wheeler et al., 1990 Plybon and Oldham, 1985; Sonnenberg, 1982; Griffith, 1963 Ladd, 2001a,b; Clayton and Swetland, 1980; MacKenzie, 1971; Nering, 1963 Pustmueller, 1958 Craig et al., 2000; Esphahanian and Storhaug, 1997 Weimer et al., 1998 Stone, 1991a; Dodge and Bartleson, 1986; Richard, 1986; Grace and Nelson, 1962 Johnson et al., 1995 Haverfield, 1970; Sims and Goth, 1953 Lange and Wellborn, 1985; Carpen, 1957 Haverfield, 1970 Parker, 1961 Pustmueller, 1958 MacQuown and Millikan, 1955 Caprara and Staley, 1990 Nolte, 1963 Clair and Bradish, 1956b Cummings and Pott, 1962; Vieaux and Haymaker, 1955 Bowen et al., 1990a, 1993; Krystinik and DeJarnett, 1990; Rader, 1990; Wheeler et al., 1990 Adams, 1990 Wallace et al., 1990b; Wheeler et al., 1990
New Windsor Oak Creek Padroni West Papoose Canyon Parachute Peoria Piceance Creek Piceance Creek South Pierce Pinnacle Plateau Plumb Bush Creek Poker Chip Poncho Powder Wash Powell Park Prairie Dog Radar Rangely Rio Blanco Unit Roggen Roggen Southwest Rulison Saber San Arroyo Sand Sand River Second Creek Second Wind Shell Creek Shire Gulch Siaana Singletree Slater Dome Sooner Unit Sorrento Speaker Spenson Spindle Stateline Stockholm Stockholm NW
Ladd, 2001a; Stone, 1991b; Stone, 1985e; Levandowski et al., 1973; Nering, 1963; Rold, 1959 Gillespie, 1962; Turner, 1955 Clayton, 1989; Goodier, 1963 Matheny and Longman, 1996; Roylance, 1990; Baars and Stevenson, 1982 Cumella, 2001; Hoak and Klawitter, 1997; Reinecke et al., 1991 McGee et al., 1989; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Land and Weimer, 1978; Hegglund, 1973; Ecker, 1971 Johnson and Rice, 1990; Snow, 1970; Dyni, 1969; Ritzma, 1962 Snow, 1970 Rall and Loeffler, 1994; Stone, 1991b; Stone, 1985e; Sonnenberg, 1984; Levandowski et al., 1973; Nering, 1963 Haskett, 1962 Hoak and Klawitter, 1997 Erickson et al., 1993 Schowalter and Hess, 1982 Ethridge and Dolson, 1989 Collins, 1971; Millison, 1965; Folsom, 1955 Tutten, 1959b Pustmueller, 1958 Weimer et al., 1998 Ortega et al., 2001; Hild and Wackowski, 1998; Hughes et al., 1998; Narr, 1998; Friedman et al., 1997; Williams and Pitts, 1997; Fullbright et al., 1996; Masoner, 1996; Masoner et al., 1996; Robie et al., 1995; Wackowski and Masoner, 1994; Hefner and Barrow, 1992; Vincelette and Foster, 1992; Bowker and Shuler, 1991; Stone, 1991a; Jackson and Bowker, 1989; Fryberger, 1979, 1986; Fryberger and Koelmel, 1986; Koelmel, 1986; Mendeck, 1986; Stone, 1986c; Harding and Lowell, 1979; Graue and Zana, 1978; Larson, 1974, 1975; McMinn and Patton, 1962; Jensen, 1958; Hoffman, 1957; Campbell, 1955; Peterson, 1955 Chancellor, 1977; Chancellor and Holmes, 1976; Alcock et al., 1974; Chancellor et al., 1974 Sonnenberg, 1982; Dyni, 1969 Griffith, 1963 Cumella, 2001; Lynn et al., 1998; Hoak and Klawitter, 1997; Kuuskraa et al., 1996, 1997a,b; Reinecke et al., 1991; Duda and Hancock, 1989; Mercer and Frohne, 1986; Peterson, 1984; Reynolds et al., 1970 Griffith, 1965, 1966 Quigley, 1960 Rall, 1996 Murray, 1957 Weimer et al., 1998 Germinario et al., 1995; Bowen et al., 1990b Weber, 1971; Turner, 1955 Hoak and Klawitter, 1997 Bowen et al., 1993; Sonnenberg et al., 1991 Clayton and Swetland, 1980 McCue, 1955; Turner, 1955 Montgomery, 1997d; Naylor, 1997; Besler and Singdahlson, 1996; Sippel and Singdahlson, 1995; Hayworth, 1991 Mark, 1998; Blott et al., 1997; Fausnaugh, 1996; Gallagher, 1996; Bowen et al., 1990a, 1993; Hartmann and Coalson, 1990; Nolte, 1990; Rader, 1990; Sonnenberg et al., 1990, 1991; Sonnenberg, 1985 Wallace and Heinz, 1992 Gackle et al., 2001 Birmingham et al., 2001; Ladd, 2001a; Birmingham, 1998; Kittleson, 1992; Pittman, 1989; Porter, 1989; Porter and Weimer, 1982; Clayton and Swetland, 1980 Bowen and Weimer, 1997; Krystinik and DeJarnett, 1997; Tillman et al., 1993; Blakeney et al., 1990 Moriarty, 1990 Moriarty, 1990
Stockholm SW Sugarloaf Tanner Temple Canyon Third Creek Thornburg Tow Creek Trapper Valencia Canyon Wattenberg Wellington West Side Canal Westwater Creek White River Dome Wig Wam Wild Horse Williams Fork Wilson Creek Winter Valley Wolf Creek Yenter Young Zenith
Tillman and Pittman, 1993; Avis and Dickinson, 1990; Bowen et al., 1990b Weber, 1971; Foster, 1965; Gras, 1955 Caldwell, 1990 Grace and Nelson, 1962; Clough, 1955 Weimer et al., 1998; Reinert and Davies, 1976 Cummings and Pott, 1962; Hurd, 1962; Jensen, 1958; Hoffman, 1957 Vincelette and Foster, 1992; Harnett, 1968; Bass, 1955; Saterdal, 1955 Weimer et al., 1998 Murray and Schwochow, 1997 Birmingham et al., 2001; Gackle et al., 2001; Hu and Simmons, 2001; Ladd, 2001a,b; Roberts and Fishman, 2000; Birmingham, 1998; Boone et al., 1998; Higley, 1989, 1998; Higley et al., 1997; Porter and Sonnenberg, 1994; Kittleson, 1992; Dolson et al., 1991; Higley and Schmoker, 1989; McGee et al., 1989; Weimer and Sonnenberg, 1989; Davis, 1985; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Weimer, 1983, 1984; Clayton and Swetland, 1980; Peterson and Janes, 1978; Fast et al., 1977; Matusczak, 1973, 1976; MacKenzie, 1971 MacKenzie, 1971 Foster, 1965 Quigley, 1960 Hoak and Klawitter, 1997; Helmke, 1955 Gackle et al., 2001; Ladd, 2001a Wilson and Thomas, 1985 Lauman, 1966 Stone, 1986a, 1990, 1991c, 1994; Dodge and Bartleson, 1986; Cummings and Pott, 1962; Grace and Nelson, 1962; Ladd, 1957 MacMillan, 1986 Grout et al., 1991; Johnson and Rice, 1990 Oleson, 1963 Griffith, 1963 Sonnenberg, 1987
MONTANA Montana encompasses several important hydrocarbon areas: the western part of the Williston Basin, the northern parts of the Powder River and Bighorn basins, the Tyler sandstone trend in the Bull Mountain Basin, the southern Alberta basin (Havre-Coulee area), and the Sweetgrass Arch (Cutbank-Kevin-Sunburst area). It also includes less prolific areas such as the Montana Thrust Belt. Most of the articles compiled in this index are from the Montana Geological Society (MGS, known as the Billings Geological Society [BGS] prior to 1967) guidebooks covering all parts of the state and from Wyoming Geological Association guidebooks featuring the Bighorn and Powder River basins. All articles cited in this bibliography were published since World War II, but several papers published in BGS guidebooks in the 1950s provide important reviews of early petroleum exploration and development in the state prior to the 1940s. Through the end of 1997, there were 31,086 wells drilled for oil and gas in Montana. Of these, 11,133 (36%) produced oil and 5410 (17%) produced gas. For the oil and gas professional working in Montana, the 1985 two-volume set on Montana oil and gas fields (Oil and Gas Fields Committee, 1985) provides basic information on most fields in the state. Other important publications were published by the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology and by the Yellowstone-Bighorn Research Association. Information on 6 of Montana's oil fields is included in Dolly and Mullarkey (1996). Fields discussed in the short papers in this volume are Charlie Creek, Dwyer, Eagle, Spring Lake, Volt, and Wright Creek. Each includes a brief write-up, a structure map, and a panel of wireline logs. For the geologist new to Montana useful references for learning about Montana geology include the 1978 MGS guidebook entitled "Williston Basin Symposium," Darrow (1956) on central Montana, and Branch (1966) on the Sweetgrass Arch. Other background references are also included in the General Montana Reference list provided below. General Montana References Branch, J.L., 1966, General drilling history and new developments on the Sweetgrass Arch, 1955 to present: Billings Geological Society 17th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 135-143.
Darrow, G., 1955, The history of oil exploration in northwestern Montana, 1892-1950. Billings Geological Society 6th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 225-232.
Darrow, G., 1956, Oil Exploration History of Central Montana, 1915-1952: Billings Geological Society 7th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 136-140.
Dolly, E.D., and J.C. Mullarkey, eds., 1996, Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of Subtle Pays: RMAG, 290 p. Johnson, R.C. and C.W. Keighin, 1998, Origins of natural gases from Upper Cretaceous reservoirs, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming and Montana, and comparison with gases from the Wind River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 49th Guidebook, p. 233-249.
Montana Geological Society, 1969, State of Montana--Summary of producing fields: Montana Geological Society Symposium on the Economic Geology of Eastern Montana, p. 10-11.
Montana Geological Society, 1972, Natural gas fields: maps and tabulations: Montana Geological Society 22nd Annual Guidebook, p. 39-102.
Montana Geological Society, 1978, Williston Basin Symposium: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Guidebook to the Economic Geology of the Williston Basin, 257 p.
Montana Geological Society, 1991, Well-by-well production information for vertical and horizontal Bakken wells: Montana Geological Society Guidebook to Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation, p. 180-197.
Nordquist, J.W., and M.C. Johnson, eds., 1958, Montana Oil and Gas Fields: A Symposium: Billings Geological Society, 247 p.
Oil and Gas Fields Committee, 1961, Montana Oil and Gas Fields, 1st Revision: Billings Geological Society, unpaginated.
Oil and Gas Fields Committee, 1969, Montana Oil and Gas Fields, 2nd Supplement: Montana Geological Society: Billings, Montana, unpaginated.
Oil and Gas Fields Committee, 1985, Montana Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, Volumes 1 and 2: Montana Geological Society: Billings, Montana, 1217 p. Shurr, G.W., 2001 Basin-margin gas in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains, in D.S. Anderson, J.W. Robinson, J.E. Estes-Jackson, and E.B. Coalson, eds., Gas in the Rockies: RMAG, p. 223-239.
Smith, D.A., 1988, The integration of hydrodynamics and stratigraphy, Muddy Sandstone, northern Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana: Wyoming Geological Association 39th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 179-189.
References to Specific Montana FieldsAlma Shepard and Bartow, 1986
Ash Creek
see listing under Wyoming
Bainville North
Safley and Swinehart, 1997
Bannatyne
Pasternack, 1988; Shepard and Bartow, 1986; Gribi, 1959
Belfry
Johnson and Lindsley-Griffin, 1986
Bell Creek
Porter and Sonnenberg, 1994; Szpakiewicz et al., 1989; Honarpou et al., 1988; Tillman et al.,
1988; Weimer et al., 1988; Jennings, 1987; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Von Drehle, 1985;
Hartshorne and Nikonchik, 1984; Momper and Williams, 1984; Aho and Bush, 1982; Holm,
1982; Goldburg and Stevens, 1981; Belden, 1980; Dalziel and Donovan, 1980; Meckel and Nath,
1977; Burt et al., 1975a,b; Shelton, 1972; Stone, 1972; Biggs and McGregor, 1968, 1969; Davies
and Berg, 1969; Haddenhorst, 1968a,b; McGregor and Biggs, 1968, 1970, 1972; Berg and Davies,
1968, 1969; Gary and McGregor, 1968; McGregor, 1968; Wulf, 1968
Benrud
Monson et al., 1995; Blair, 1962; Darrow and Cardinal, 1962
Benrud East
Monson, 1995; Swenson, 1967
Big Muddy Creek
Asquith et al., 1978
Big Wall
Cole and Drozd, 1994; Kranzler, 1966; Ramsey, 1959; Vorland, 1956; Beekly, 1955
Blackleaf Canyon Bowdoin Dome Bowes Brady Breed Creek Brush Lake Bullhook Bullwacker Bynum Cabin Creek Cat Creek Cedar Creek Gas Clark's Fork Clark's Fork North Clear Lake Comertown Coral Creek Crane Crooked Creek Cutbank Cutbank North Darling Dean Dome Deer Creek Delphia Devil's Basin Devon South Dry Creek Dwyer Elk Basin Elk Basin Northwest Fairview Flat Coulee Flat Lake Fred and George Ck. Gage Dome Gas City Gaslight Glendive Golden Dome Goose Lake Graben Coulee Gumbo Ridge Gypsy Basin Hammond Hawk Creek Hay Creek Hay Lake Hiawatha Highview Ivanhoe
Dolson et al., 1993; Gardner and Achuff, 1989; Paternack, 1988; Johnson, 1984; Clayton et al., 1982; Hurley, 1959 Shurr, 1998, 2001; Shurr et al., 1993; Rice et al., 1990; Gautier and Claypool, 1984; Nydegger et al., 1980; Rice and Shurr, 1980; Crouch and Nydegger, 1976; Campen, 1972; McCrae and Swenson, 1968; Schroth, 1953 Campen, 1972; Sampsel, 1969; Hunt, 1956; Benner and Beeman, 1953 Gribi, 1959 Stanton and Silverman, 1989; Hagar and Goodman, 1985; Fanshawe, 1978 Kohm and Louden, 1978, 1988 Bayliff, 1972, 1974 Rice, 1980 Gribi, 1959 Tanguay and Friedman, 2001; Allan and Wiggins, 1993; Clement, 1987; Roehl, 1985; Ruzyla and Friedman, 1985; McCrae and Swenson, 1968; Roehl, 1967 Ames, 1993; Aram, 1993b; Nelson, 1993; Stephens and Rodenbaugh, 1985; Schulte, 1966; Shelton, 1966; Hadley, 1956 Shurr, 2001; Shurr et al., 1989; Clement, 1987; Green et al., 1997; Gwynn, 1964 Johnson and Lindsley-Griffin, 1986; Thompson, 1954 Johnson and Lindsley-Griffin, 1986 Neese, 1985 Edwards and Andrew, 1986; Longman et al., 1983 Glandt et al., 1999 Inden et al., 1998; Courtright, 1987; Longman et al., 1983 Aram, 1993b Dolson and Piombino, 1994; Dolson et al., 1993; Pasternack, 1988; Shepard and Bartow, 1986; Cant, 1982; Weimer, 1959; Lynn, 1955; McCoy et al., 1951 Pasternack, 1988; Oakes, 1966 Oakes, 1966; Reid, 1955 Grauman et al., 1986 Davis and Hunt, 1956 Ramsey, 1959; Williams, 1959 Knapp, 1956 Teague, 1972 Grauman et al., 1986; Walsh, 1957; Model, 1954 Hansen, 1966 See References listed for Elk Basin Field in Wyoming Garrett, 1954 Kinard and Cronoble, 1969; Walsh, 1969 Radella and Galuska, 1966 Kissling, 1998; Kent et al., 1988 Branch, 1976; Schulte, 1966; Thompson, 1966 Ramsey, 1959; Darrow, 1956; Billings Geological Society, 1950 Clement, 1987; Davis and Hunt, 1956 Shurr, 1996, 1998, 2001 Davis and Hunt, 1956 Grauman et al., 1986; Dady, 1954 Ehrenzeller and Inden, 1985 Oakes, 1966 Hagar and Goodman, 1985; Fanshawe, 1978 Dolson et al., 1993; Pasternack, 1988; Gribi, 1959 Shurr, 1998 Ramsey, 1959 Walsh, 1969 Oakes, 1966 Poole and Starkweather, 1969 Pasternack, 1988 Todd, 1959
Jim-Coulee Keg Coulee Keg Coulee South Keith East Kelley Kevin-Sunburst Kevin East Knowlton Laird Creek Lake Basin Landslide Butte Leary Leroy Little Wall Lustre Mackay Dome Marcus Snyder Mason Lake McCabe Medicine Lake Melstone Midfork Midway MonDak MonDak West Mosser Dome Moulton Nielson Coulee Nine Mile North Fork Outlook Palomino Pennel Pine Plevna Pondera Poplar Putnam Rabbit Hills Rabbit Hills NE Ragged Point Ragged Point SW Ranch Creek Rattler Butte Raymond Reagan Red Creek Red Fox Red Lodge Redstone Reserve Richey Richey Southwest Ridgelawn Roscoe Dome
Starkweather, 1976 Cole and Drozd, 1994 Carlson, 1967 Rhodes, 1976 McDade and Starkweather, 1969 Dolson et al., 1993; Shepard and Bartow, 1986; Weimer, 1959 Kissling, 1996, 1997; Blakeney and Eby, 1988 Pasternack, 1988; Webel, 1987; Johnson, 1984; Napier, 1982 Campen, 1972 Sampson, 1954 Pasternack, 1988 Stone, 1972 Rice, 1980 Cole and Drozd, 1994; Starkweather, 1976 Monson, 1995; Longman and Schmidtman, 1985 Grauman et al., 1986 Parker, 1954 Aram, 1993b Rogers and Mattox, 1985 Indorf and Norwood, 1987; Robinson et al., 1982 Shepard, 1993; Kranzler, 1966; Chuman, 1956; Darrow, 1951 Monson et al., 1995 Gribi, 1959 see listing under North Dakota Inden et al., 1998; Byrd, 1978 Hadley, 1954 Anonymous, 1966; Oakes, 1966 Monson et al., 1995 Kissling, 1996, 1997 Longman et al., 1983 Kinard and Cronoble, 1969; Parker, 1967; Darrow and Cardinal, 1962; Lewis, 1958 Monson, 1995 Clement, 1985 Clement, 1955, 1987 Shurr, 2001 Dolson et al., 1993; Pasternack, 1988; Shepard and Bartow, 1986; Gribi, 1959; Leskala, 1955; McCoy et al., 1951 Monson, 1995; Thamke et al., 1993; Orchard, 1987; Murry, 1959; Harrelson, 1958; Beekly, 1956; Fedderson, 1953 Inden et al., 1998 Hendrix and Ford, 1998; Ahmed et al., 1997; Ford et al., 1996; Link et al., 1996 Porter et al., 1998; Ahmed et al., 1997 Shepard, 1993; Sheridan, 1956 Larson, 1976 Weimer et al., 1988; Stone, 1972; Biggs and McGregor, 1969; Haddenhorst, 1968 Shepard, 1993; Hagar and Goodman, 1985 Parker and Powe, 1982; Kohm and Louden, 1978 Dolson et al., 1993; Pasternack, 1988; McCourt, 1955 Lowe, 1959 Ehrets and Kissling, 1985 Campen and Gruber, 1991 Kinard and Cronoble, 1969; Darrow and Cardinal, 1962 Kinard and Cronoble, 1969 Blair, 1960 Darrow and Cardinal, 1962 Hagist et al., 1995; Pilatzke et al., 1987 Grauman et al., 1986
Rudyard Salt Lake Sand Creek Sherard Dome Sioux Pass Sioux Pass Middle Sioux Pass North Soap Creek Spring Lake Stensvad Sumatra Sumatra Northwest Tiger Ridge Tule Creek Tule Creek East Two Medicine Utopia Vaux Volt Wakea Weldon Whitlash Wills Creek Wolf Springs Woodrow Wright Creek Yellowstone
Shepard and Bartow, 1986 Hansen and Long, 1991a Davis and Hunt, 1956 Allison, 1986 Mueller and Klipping, 1978 Kerr, 1988 Longman et al., 1983 Nordquist, 1954, 1963 Cramer, 1991; Hansen and Long, 1991a,b Cole and Drozd, 1994; Aram, 1993a; Fanshawe, 1978; Staggs, 1959; Todd, 1959 Cole and Drozd, 1994; Aram, 1993a,b; Shepard, 1993; Stanton and Silverman, 1989; Stephens and Rodenbaugh, 1985; Fanshawe, 1978; Todd, 1959 Omelchuck, 1993; Foster, 1956; Llewellyn, 1955 Rice and Shurr, 1980; Bayliff, 1972, 1974; Campen, 1972; Schoring, 1972; Maher, 1969 Monson, 1995; Ehrets and Kissling, 1985; Swenson, 1967; Sampsel, 1964; Blair, 1962; Darrow and Cardinal, 1962 Swenson, 1967 Dolson et al., 1993 Shepard and Bartow, 1986 Hansen and Long, 1991a,b; Sharp, 1978 Monson, 1995 Monson, 1995 Williams, 1987; Edmisten and Foster, 1969 Shepard and Bartow, 1986 Roehl, 1967 Luebking et al., 2001; Fanshawe, 1960; Ramsey, 1959; Langen, 1956 Darrow and Cardinal, 1962 Stone, 1972 Davis and Hunt, 1956
WESTERN NEBRASKA
Nebraska's oil and gas production comes mainly from the Panhandle to the west (the northern Denver Basin) and the southwestern part of the state (eastern Denver Basin). Minor production also comes from Richardson County in the southeast corner of the state (Forest City Basin), but that area is outside of the Rocky Mountain region and is not covered in this bibliography. Nebraska as a whole had 18,093 wells drilled for oil and gas through the end of 1997. Of these, 5,518 (30%) produced oil and 297 (2%) produced gas. There is only one book dedicated specifically to Nebraska's oil and gas fields (Finch et al., 1955). It includes brief discussions of more than 100 Nebraska fields known at that time. In addition, the RMAG has published collections of field studies ("guidebooks") on the Denver Basin that include fields in western Nebraska (Parker, 1961; Crouch, 1982). These collections of short studies include notes, maps, cross sections and tables on many Nebraska fields. Additional information on specific fields is also likely to be available at the Nebraska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission in Sydney, Nebraska (phone: 308-254-6919) where field operators have submitted geological reports, maps, etc., to the Commission for unitization, spacing, or field boundary hearings. These commission reports typically relate to a single field. General Nebraska References Crouch, M.C., Chief Editor, 1982, Oil and Gas Fields of Colorado, Nebraska, and Adjacent Areas: RMAG, 791 p.
Finch, W.C., A.W. Cullen, and G.W. Sandburg, eds., 1955, The Oil and Gas Fields of Nebraska: RMAG, 265 p.
Parker, J.M., ed., 1961, Colorado-Nebraska Oil and Gas Field Volume: RMAG, 389 p.
References to Specific Nebraska FieldsAckman
Rogers, 1975; Larson, 1962
Amazon
Montgomery et al., 1998; Rogers and Longman, 1988
Anna
Montgomery et al., 1998
Big Springs
Beebe, 1968
Bird Boevau Canyon Canal Cedar Valley Cizek Cliff Farms Cutthroat Davis-Joyce Deep Creek Dry Creek Faro Faro North Ft. Laramie Graff Gurley Harrisburg Hart High Line Huntsman Jormar Juelfs Juelfs-Gaylord Kleinholz Lane Lindberg Long Mamoo Minatare Murfin Mustang Canyon Oregon Trail power plant Reimers Roubadeau Sidney Singleton Slama Sleepy Hollow Sloss Stauffer Terrestrial Vessels Willson Ranch
Montgomery et al., 1998; Sahl et al., 1993; Rogers and Longman, 1988 Clayton et al., 1987; Dubois, 1979 Silverman, 1988; Gabarini, 1964 Silverman, 1988; Shenk, 1971; Gabarini, 1964 Exum and Harms, 1968 Montgomery et al., 1998 Exum and Harms, 1968 Geyer and Pritchett, 1978 Harms, 1966 Rogers et al., 1983; Dubois, 1979 Harms, 1966 Harms, 1966 Silverman, 1988 Harms, 1966 McCanne and Krundert, 1956 Dolloff, 1963; Murray, 1957 Harms, 1966 Silverman, 1988 Reeves et al., 1996 Dolly, 1996; Van Kirk, 1976 Exum and Harms, 1968 Oldham, 1996; Fish, 1982 Montgomery et al., 1998; Rall and Loeffler, 1994; Sahl et al., 1993 Berg, 1975a; Harms, 1966 Exum and Harms, 1968 Montgomery et al., 1998; Montgomery et al., 1998; Sahl et al., 1993 Silverman, 1988 Montgomery et al., 1998 Silverman, 1988 Silverman, 1988 Silverman, 1988 Harms, 1966 Silverman, 1988 Beebe, 1968 Exum and Harms, 1968 Sims, 1959 Williams and Pitts, 1997; Christopher et al., 1988; Rogers, 1975, 1977; Sandlin, 1965 Erickson et al., 1993; Basan et al., 1978; Wanosik et al., 1978; Buxton and Pollock, 1974; Parrish et al., 1974 Murray, 1957 Montgomery et al., 1998 Silverman, 1988 Exum and Harms, 1968; Boardman, 1959
NEVADA Commercial oil production was first established in Nevada in 1954 with the discovery of Eagle Springs Field by Shell Oil. It took 22 years and approximately 200 dry holes before the next commercial discovery at Trap Spring Field in 1976. This limited success over such a long period is partly the result of the complex tectonic history of Nevada. All oil production found to date in Nevada occurs in Nye and Eureka counties in the central part of the state. Depending a bit on how one counts fields, only a dozen or so commercial fields have been found to date, but wells in some of these (e.g., Grant Canyon) had the distinction of producing oil at remarkably high rates (thousands of barrels per day). These high flow rates, the fact that large reserves occur in relatively small areas, and the complex structures in the state resulting in part from its several orogenies and present-day Basin and Range topography, have made Nevada a wildcatter's paradise during the past three decades.
Only 559 wells had been drilled for oil and gas in Nevada through the end of 1997. Of these, 104 (18%) produced oil and only one had produced gas. This means that 82% of the wells drilled in the state were dry holes. Nevertheless, Nevada remains greatly underexplored and should provide numerous exploration opportunities into the 21st century. A wealth of information has been published on the geology of Nevada and its oil and gas fields, but this information tends to be widely scattered among different geologic societies and organizations. One good starting place for information is RMAG's 1979 Basin and Range Symposium edited by Gary Newman et al. Another useful volume is the geothermal resources Council 1983 volume entitled "The Role of Heat in the Development of Energy and Mineral Resources in the Northern Basin and Range Province." Many other useful volumes have been published by the Nevada Petroleum Society (e.g., Schalla and Johnson, 1994; French and Shalla, 1998), various field trip guidebooks (e.g., Foster et al., 1989), and assorted industry publications (e.g., Montgomery, 1988). General Nevada References Flanigan, D.M.H., M. Hansen, and T.E. Flanigan, eds., 1991, Geology of the White River Valley, the Grant Range, eastern Railroad Valley, and western Egan Range, Nevada: Nevada Petroleum Society, Reno, 1991 Field Trip Guidebook.
Foster, N.H., L. Bortz, H. Duey, A. Chamberlain, and S. Veal, eds., 1989, Petroleum Potential of the Basin and Range Province: 28th International Geologic Congress, Field Trip Guidebook T113, 128 p.
French, D.E., and R.A. Schalla, eds., 1998, Hydrocarbon habitat and special geologic problems of the Great Basin: Nevada Petroleum Society, Reno, 109 p.
Geothermal Resources Council, 1983, The Role of Heat in the Development of Energy and Mineral Resources in the Northern Basin and Range Province: Special Report No. 13, 381 p.
Montgomery, S.L., 1988, Nevada, The next great awakening? Parts 1 and 2: Petroleum Frontiers, v. 5, 60 and 64 p.
Newman, G.W., and H.D. Goode, eds., 1979, Basin and Range Symposium: RMAG, 662 p. Shalla, R.A., and E.H. Johnson, eds., 1994, Oil fields of the Great Basin: Nevada Petroleum Society, Reno, 380 p.
References to Specific Nevada FieldsBacon Flat
Johnson, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996; Zwart
and Johnson, 1995; Hulen et al., 1994; McCutcheon and Zogg, 1994; French, 1993; Hulen and
Nielson, 1993; Walker et al., 1992; Hulen et al., 1991; Veal et al., 1988
Blackburn
Bortz, 1998; Flanigan, 1994; Hulen and Nielson, 1993; Walker et al., 1992; Hulen et al., 1990;
Scott and Chamberlain, 1988; McCoy and Wullstein, 1988
Currant
Duey, 1994; French, 1983b; Guion and Pearson, 1979
Duckwater Creek
French and Kozlowski, 1994
Eagle Springs
Montgomery et al., 1999; Rowe et al., 1998; Bortz, 1994; Peterson, 1994; Klusman et al., 1992;
Walker et al., 1992; Veal et al., 1988; Foster et al., 1985; French, 1983b,c; Guion and Pearson,
1979, 1982; Bortz and Murray, 1979; Vreeland and Berrong, 1979; Murray and Bortz, 1967
Ghost Ranch
Montgomery et al., 1999; Ransom et al., 1998; Montgomery, 1997b
Grant Canyon
Montgomery, 1997b; Johnson, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996; Zwart and Johnson, 1995; McCutcheon
and Zogg, 1994; Hulen et al., 1990, 1994; French, 1993; Hulen and Nielson, 1993; Lund et al.,
1993; Walker et al., 1992; Hulen et al., 1991; Bereskin et al., 1989; Read and Zogg, 1988; Veal et
al., 1988
Kate Spring
Montgomery et al., 1999; Ransom et al., 1998; Rowe et al., 1998; Herring, 1994; Walker et al.,
1992; French, 1991; Flanigan, 1988
Sans Spring
Mitchell, 1995; Grabb, 1994
Three Bar
Schalla and Grabb, 1994
Tomera Ranch
Hansen et al., 1994
Trap Spring
Rowe et al., 1998; French, 1994; Walker et al., 1992; Veal et al., 1988; French, 1983b,c; Guion
and Pearson, 1979, 1982; Dolly, 1979; Duey, 1979; Foster, 1979; French and Freeman, 1979;
Vreeland and Berrong, 1979
Willow Creek North Hansen et al., 1994
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO
Only the northern third of New Mexico is covered in this bibliography; the production from the southeastern part of the state is considered to lie outside the Rocky Mountain region. Most of the fields listed below are located in the San Juan Basin where major reserves of oil and gas have been discovered. Among the best overview papers on northern New Mexico are those published by the New Mexico Geological Society. These include the guidebooks edited by Fassett et al. (1977) and Lucas et al. (1992) on the San Juan Basin, and James (1971) on the San Luis Basin. The New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, located in Socorro, also has a useful series of Bulletins and Circulars that cover various aspects of New Mexico's geology. Collections of field studies that include some of the fields in northwestern New Mexico include those of Kuhn (1958) and the multi-volume collection edited by J.E. Fassett entitled "Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area" (1978, 1983). Three of New Mexico's oil fields are included in Dolly and Mullarkey (1996): Blanco, Eagle Mesa, and Media. General New Mexico References Dolly, E.D., and J.C. Mullarkey, eds., 1996, Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of Subtle Pays: RMAG, 290 p. (Blanco, Eagle Mesa, and Media)
Fassett, J.E., ed., 1978, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 1 and 2, 726 p.
Fassett, J.E., ed., 1983, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 3, 729-1143 p.
Fassett, J.E., H.L. James, and H.E. Hodgson, eds., 1977, San Juan Basin III, Twenty-eighth Annual Field Conference, New Mexico Geological Society, 307 p.
James, H.L., ed., 1971, Guidebook of the San Luis Basin, Colorado: Twenty-second Annual Field Conference: New Mexico Geological Society, 325 p. Kuhn, P.J., ed., 1958, Oil and Gas in the Four Corners: National Petroleum Bibliography, Amarillo, Texas.
Lucas, S.G., B.S. Kues, T.E. Williamson, and A.P. Hunt, eds., 1992, San Juan Basin IV, Forty-third Annual Field Conference: New Mexico Geological Society, 411 p.
References to Specific Northern New Mexico FieldsArmenta
Bottjer and Stein, 1994
Baca
Bottjer and Stein, 1994; Bodvarsson et al., 1980
Barker Creek
Picard et al., 1968
Bisti
Jeanette and Jones, 1995; Bottjer and Stein, 1994; Pasley et al., 1993; Tuttle et al., 1989; Dickey
and Cox, 1977; Busch, 1974; Sabins, 1972; Brinkley et al., 1964; Sabins, 1963; McNeal, 1961;
Brooks, 1958; Tomkins, 1957
Blanco
Hartstad, 1998; Basinski et al., 1997; Harr, 1988; Dickey and Cox, 1977; Dhir et al., 1991;
Maldonado et al., 1983 (see also Blanco Field in Colorado)
Boulder
Greer and Ellis, 1991; Gorham et al., 1979
Bravo Dome
Broadhead, 1990
Cedar Hill
Benson and Davis, 1999; Murray and Schwochow, 1997; Ramos and Davis, 1997; Whitehead,
1997; Benson et al., 1996; Davis et al., 1993, 1995; Heim and Van Kirk, 1995; Davis and
Benson, 1992; Dart, 1992; Ambrose and Ayers, 1991; Bumgardner, 1991; Decker et al., 1988
Central Basin Field
Ayers, 2001; Harstad, 1998; Ouenes et al., 1998; Whitehead, 1997; Keighin et al., 1993; Dart,
1992; Dhir et al., 1991; Scott et al., 1991
Cha Cha
Jeanette and Jones, 1995; Bottjer and Stein, 1994
Doswell
Lilly, 1952
Eagle Mesa
Parker and Ray, 2001; Masse and Ray, 1995; Fryberger, 1990; Chittum, 1985; Vincelette and
Chittum, 1981
Gallegos
Jeanette and Jones, 1995; Bottjer and Stein, 1994; Dickey and Cox, 1977
Gavilan
Greer and Ellis, 1991; Hueni et al., 1990; Emmendorfer, 1989
Horseshoe-Gallup
Herbeck and Pringle, 1964; Penttila, 1964; Knight and Budd, 1959
Horseshoe Canyon
Jeanette and Jones, 1995; Sabins, 1972
Ignacio-Blanco
Ault et al., 1997; Harr, 1988
Kutz
Bottjer and Stein, 1994
Leggs
Chittum, 1985
Lindrith West
Franklin and Tieh, 1989
Lone Pine Los Pinos Many Rocks Media Ojo Encino Papers Wash Papers Wash South Pinon Puerto Chiquito East Puerto Chiquito West Rio Puerco Rusty Totah Ute Dome Valencia Canyon Verde Wagon Mound Waterflow South Wildhorse
Berg, 1979 Murray and Schwochow, 1997 Jeanette and Jones, 1995; Little and Carlson, 1965 Masse and Ray, 1995; Fryberger, 1990; Chittum, 1985; Vincelette and Chittum, 1981 Nester and Endsley, 1992 Fryberger, 1986; Chittum, 1985; Vincelette and Chittum, 1981 Fryberger, 1986; Vincelette and Chittum, 1981 Bottjer and Stein, 1994 Gorham et al., 1979 Dart, 1992; Greer and Ellis, 1991; Gorham et al., 1979 Lacy et al., 1992; Chittum, 1985 Chittum, 1985 Jeanette and Jones, 1995 Hart et al., 2001a,b; Dart, 1992; Picard et al., 1968 Mavor, 1998 Dart, 1992; Gorham et al., 1979 Woodward, 1997 Jeanette and Jones, 1995 Dart, 1992
NORTH DAKOTA The Williston Basin is the largest sedimentary basin in the Rocky Mountain region. In the U.S. portion of the basin, hydrocarbons occur primarily in Paleozoic Carbonate rocks. Exploration in the basin began in the post-World War II era with the drilling of shallow Madison (Mississippian) reservoirs. Significant Madison production was found on the Nesson Anticline, and from the Lodgepole Formation in Manitoba in the 1950s and 60s. The Cedar Creek Anticline in Montana and South Dakota was the site of significant Interlake (Silurian) and Red River (Ordovician) production. Deeper tests on the Nesson Anticline were also drilled during this era indicating potential in the older Paleozoic section. The second phase of exploration occurred after the Arab oil embargo in the 1970s. This phase centered on exploiting deeper Madison reservoirs, mainly in the Billings Nose area, and drilling deep Red River seismic structures, principally in the U.S. portion of the basin. Multiple Paleozoic pays were encountered while drilling deep Red River structures. This phase of exploration diminished as the price of oil dropped in the late 1980s. The third phase of exploration centered on horizontal drilling. This technology was successfully employed in Madison reservoirs (especially in Canada) and Red River beds. The Cedar Hills Field in the southwestern portion of the basin has 100+ MMBO reserves in the Red River "B" zone, which were uneconomic without horizontal technology. During this third phase of exploration, Lodgepole mounds were found to be capable of highly commercial production in the Dickinson area of North Dakota. A brief resurgence of Red River exploration also occurred during this era as a result of 3-D seismic surveys. As of the end of 1997, 12,501 wells had been drilled for oil and gas in North Dakota. Of these, 6520 wells (52%) had produced oil and 111 (1%) had produced gas. The best references for oil and gas exploration in the Williston Basin are found in the Williston Basin symposia. These books are collections of papers concerning various aspects of exploration and production in the basin. The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists has published a symposium on the Williston Basin (Longman, 1987) and a carbonate petrophysical book with several papers on the Williston Basin (Goolsby and Longman, 1988). The Montana Geological Society has also published guidebooks incorporating data on the Williston Basin. The North Dakota Geological Survey compiled a bibliography of the geology of North Dakota (1980-1993, Miscellaneous Series # 83). This is an excellent resource for all aspects of petroleum systems. There are two books no longer in print that were compiled by the North Dakota Geological Society. These books describe the early histories of many North Dakota fields and are entitled: Oil and Gas Fields of North Dakota - a Symposium (Volume 1, 1962 and Volume 2, 1967). Seven of North Dakota's oil fields are included in Dolly and Mullarkey (1996). Fields discussed in the short papers in this volume are Blue Buttes, Charlson, Covered Bridge, Haas, Rough Rider, Sather Lake, and Whiskey Joe. These papers include a brief write-up, a map of the field, and a panel of wireline logs. General North Dakota References Carlson, C.G., 1969, Deep oil and gas possibilities of the Nesson anticline area: Montana Geological Society Symposium on the Economic Geology of Eastern Montana, p. 21-31.
Dallas, D.D., and D.E. Lalm, 1962, Devonian oil fields of the Nesson anticline: Billings Geological Society 13th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 101-105.
Dolly, E.D., and J.C. Mullarkey, eds., 1996, Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of Subtle Pays: RMAG, 290 p. (Blue Buttes, Charlson, Covered Bridge, Haas, Rough Rider, Sather Lake, Whiskey Joe)
Goolsby, S.M., and M.W. Longman, eds., 1988, Occurrence and Petrophysical Properties of Carbonate Reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain Region: RMAG Symposium, 474 p.
Longman, M.W., ed., 1987, Williston Basin: Anatomy of a Cratonic Oil Province: RMAG Symposium, 440 p.
Montana Geological Society, 1969, North Dakota Producing Fields: Montana Geological Society Symposium on the Economic Geology of Eastern Montana, p. 12-13.
Montana Geological Society, 1978, State of North Dakota: Summary of producing oil fields: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Guidebook to the Economic Geology of the Williston Basin, p. 8-12.
Montana Geological Society, 1991, Well-by-well production information for vertical and horizontal Bakken wells: Montana Geological Society Guidebook to Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation, p. 180-197.
North Dakota Geological Society, 1962 and 1967, Oil and gas fields of North Dakota - A Symposium, v. 1 and 2.
Shurr, G.W., 2001 Basin-margin gas in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains, in D.S. Anderson, J.W. Robinson, J.E. Estes-Jackson, and E.B. Coalson, eds., Gas in the Rockies: RMAG, p. 223-239.
References to Specific North Dakota FieldsAmbrose
Kissling, 1998; Weinzapfel and Neese, 1986
Anderson Coulee
Altshuld and Kerr, 1982
Antelope
Tanguay and Friedman, 2001; LeFever, 1991, 1996; Schmoker, 1996; McGee et al., 1989;
Lindsay et al., 1988; Carlisle et al., 1992; Cramer, 1991; Meissner, 1978, 1984, 1991; Sperr,
1991; Webster, 1982, 1987; Anderson and Eastwood, 1968; Murray, 1968
Ash Coulee
Brooks, 1991
Baker
Dean, 1987
Beaver Creek
Hansen and Long, 1991b; Jaafar, 1980
Beaver Lodge
Lindsay et al., 1988; Carlson and Thompson, 1987; Anderson and Eastwood, 1968; Pernichele,
1964; Laird et al., 1955; Hadley, 1951
Bicentennial
Cramer, 1991; Deans et al., 1991; Hansen and Long, 1991a
Big Stick
McMillen et al., 1996; DeMis, 1995; Berg et al., 1994; Breig, 1988a,b; Petty, 1988; Altshuld and
Kerr, 1982
Black Slough N & S Eisel and Hendricks, 1990; Lindsay, 1985
Blue Buttes
Inden et al., 1988; Lindsay et al., 1988
Boxcar Butte
LeFever and Crashell, 1991; Martens, 1978
Buckhorn
Cramer, 1991; LeFever, 1991; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982
Bull Moose
Schwartz and Hendricks, 1989
Capa
Erickson et al., 1993; Inden et al., 1988; Lindsay et al., 1988
Catwalk
Shanks and Bailey, 1982
Cedar Hills
McClellan and Gaber, 1998; Whiteman et al., 1998; Montgomery, 1997a,c
Chama
McClellan et al., 1998
Charlson
Tanguay and Friedman, 2001; Inden et al., 1988, 1998; Lindsay et al., 1988; Bates, 1986;
Marchant and Hamke, 1964
Chola
Lindsay, 1988
Cimbel
Butler and Shewmake, 1995; Wetmore and Videtich, 1992
Clear Creek
Lindsay, 1988; Lindsay et al., 1988; Marchant and Hamke, 1964
Cold Turkey Creek
Bailey and Sippel, 1998; Sippel, 1997, 1998; Gerhard et al., 1995
Colgan
Weinzapfel and Neese, 1986
Coteau
Voldseth, 1986
Coteau South
Eisel and Hendricks, 1986
Dale Devil's Pass Dickinson Dobson Butte Duck Creek Eland Elk Elkhorn Ranch Elmore Elms Flaxton Foothills Four Eyes Franks Creek Fryburg Glass Bluff Glenburn Gooseneck Grand River School Green River Greene West Grenora Haas Haas North Haram Hardscrabble Hawkeye Hay Draw Heart South Hiline Hofflund Horse Creek Horse Creek South Indian Hill Keene Killdeer Knutson Lake Darling Landa Northeast Lesje Lignite Little Knife Little Missouri Lone Butte Lucky Mound Macobee Coulee
Voldseth, 1986 Cramer, 1991 Sheedlo et al., 2000; Longman, 1996, 1997; Sprain, 1997; Kupecz et al., 1996; LeFever, 1996; Montgomery, 1996b; Johnson, 1995; Gordon, 1995; Burke and Diehl, 1995; Burke and Lasemi, 1995; LeFever et al., 1995; Shurr et al., 1995; Barwis, 1990; Sturm, 1987; Gerhard et al., 1982; Land, 1976 Montgomery, 1996b; Guy, 1987 Burke, 1997; Kupecz et al., 1996; Montgomery, 1996b Burke, 1997; Sprain, 1997; Kupecz et al., 1996; LeFever, 1996; Lentz and Oltmans, 1996; Montgomery, 1996b; Burke and Diehl, 1995; Shurr et al., 1995 Hendricks, 1988 DeMis, 1995; Berg et al., 1994; Carlisle et al., 1992; Lacy et al., 1992; DeMis, 1992; LeFever, 1992; Price and LeFever, 1992; Stark, 1992; Stell and Brown, 1992; Cramer, 1991; Deans et al., 1991; Hansen and Long, 1991a,b; LeFever, 1991; Valvik, 1990; Burke, 1989; Petty, 1988; DeMis, 1987; Kupecz, 1984; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982 Lindsay, 1988; Hendricks et al., 1987 Butler and Shewmake, 1995 Schwartz, 1987,1988; Voldseth, 1986 Eisel and Hendricks, 1990; Lindsay, 1985, 1988 Berg et al., 1994; Breig, 1988; Petty, 1988; Ehrets and Kissling, 1985; Kupecz, 1984; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982 Berg et al., 1994 Barwis, 1990; Petty, 1988; Sturm, 1987; Gerhard et al., 1982; Sturm, 1982a,b; Parker, 1967 Locklin and Damp, 1995; Hendricks, 1988 Petty, 1996; Borchert et al., 1990; Gerhard et al., 1988; Lindsay, 1988; Gerhard, 1985; Gerhard et al., 1978 Kissling, 1998; Neese and Weinzapfel, 1986; Weinzapfel and Neese, 1986 Sippel, 1998 Sturm, 1987; Land, 1976 Miller, 1997; Eisel and Hendricks, 1996 Hansen, 1966 Lindsay, 1988; Elliott, 1982, 1987; Harris et al., 1966 Lindsay, 1988 Butler and Shewmake, 1995 Dean, 1987 Tanguay and Friedman, 2001; Lindsay et al., 1988 LeFever, 1992 Sturm, 1987; Land, 1976 Kupecz et al., 1996; Montgomery, 1996b Lindsay et al., 1988 Watts et al., 1997; Longman et al., 1992 Longman et al., 1992 Dean, 1987; Mayer, 1987 Tanguay and Friedman, 2001; Bates, 1986 Derby and Kilpatrick, 1985 Berg et al., 1994; LeFever and Crashell, 1991; Bogle and Hansen, 1987 Quinn, 1986 Butler and Shewmake, 1995; Kinard, 1964; Smith, 1956 Butler and Shewmake, 1995 Lindsay, 1985, 1988; Mitchell and Petter, 1958 Martin et al., 1997; LeFever and Crashell, 1991; Wittstrom, 1990; Petty, 1988; Lindsay, 1987, 1988; Narr and Burruss, 1984; Gerhard et al., 1982; Lindsay and Roth, 1982; Roth and Schreiber, 1982; Lindsay and Kendall, 1980; Wittstrom and Hagemeier, 1978a,b Shurr, 1996, 1998, 2001; Gautier, 1981 Petty, 1988 Burke, 1994, 1998, 1999; Fisher and Hendricks, 1991 Quinn, 1986
McGregor McKinney Medicine Pole Hills Medora Mohall MonDak Mouse River Park Newburg Newporte Niobe Pierre Creek Plaza Redwing Creek Richardton Rival Rocky Ridge Roosevelt Rosebud Roth Roughrider Round Prairie Sherwood Sioux Skjermo Smith Square Butte Squaw Gap Stanley Starbuck South Stoneview Taylor Temple Tioga Tioga North Tioga West Tolley TR Tree Top Trenton Vanville Versippi Wabek Wayne Westhope North Westhope South Whiskey Joe Whitetail Wiley Williston Zenith
Sperr, 1991 Hendricks et al., 1987 Kumar and Fassihi, 1994; Erickson et al., 1993; Fischer et al., 1990; Kohm and Louden, 1988 Barwis, 1990; Petty, 1988; Sturm, 1982, 1987 Harris et al., 1966 Kerr, 1988; Courtright, 1987; Chimney and Wittstrom, 1983; Gerhard et al., 1982; Parker and Hess, 1980; Byrd, 1978 Petty, 1996; Lindsay, 1988; Reeve, 1986; Harris et al., 1966 Christensen et al., 1992; LeFever and LeFever, 1991; Dodge and Reid, 1986; Gerhard et al., 1982; Marafi, 1968; Harrison and Larson, 1958 Hendricks, 1999; Grieve et al., 1998; Hendricks et al., 1998a,b; Forsman et al., 1996; LeFever, 1996; Gerlach et al., 1995; Gerlach, 1994; Carlson and Thompson, 1987; Mescher and Pol, 1985; Gerhard et al., 1982 Burke, 1991 Schwartz and Hendricks, 1989 Webster and Van Arsdale, 1995; Sperr et al., 1993 Grieve et al., 1998; McGee et al., 1989; Bridges, 1977, 1978, 1987; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Gerhard et al., 1982; Brenan et al., 1975; Sawatzky, 1975; Parsons, 1974 Chimney et al., 1992; LeFever and Crashell, 1991; Anderson, 1982 Lindsay, 1985, 1988 Hastings, 1990; Gerhard et al., 1982; Sturm, 1982; Harris, 1958 Cramer, 1991; Hansen and Long, 1991a,b Dean, 1987 Kinard, 1964 LeFever and Crashell, 1991; Hansen and Long, 1991a; Valvik, 1990; Schwartz and Hendricks, 1989; Petty, 1988; Mander, 1980 Kinard and Cronoble, 1969 Potter, 1995; Hendricks, 1990; Lindsay, 1988; Hendricks et al., 1987 Hendricks, 1988 Neese, 1985 Miller, 1997; Eisel and Hendricks, 1990; Hendricks et al., 1987 Petty, 1988 Cramer, 1991 Petty, 1996; Beach and Giffin, 1992; Andrew, 1985; Beach and Schumacher, 1982 Oglesby and Fischer, 1991 LeFever et al., 1991 LeFever, 1996; Chimney et al., 1992 Guy and Braden, 1986; Dean, 1982 Eisel and Hendricks, 1991; Inden et al., 1988; Lindsay et al., 1988; Laird et al., 1955 Eisel and Hendricks, 1991; Lindsay et al., 1988; Murry, 1959 LeFever et al., 1991 Hendricks et al., 1987; Harris et al., 1966 DeMis, 1995; Burke, 1989; Breig, 1988; Petty, 1988; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982 DeMis, 1995; Inden and Burke, 1995; Berg et al., 1994; Burke, 1989; Burke and Heck, 1988; Petty, 1988; Durall, 1987; Ehrets and Kissling, 1985; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982 Dean, 1987 Burke, 1991 Sprain, 1997; Kupecz et al., 1996; Montgomery, 1996b Longman et al., 2001; Hendricks, 1996; Webster and Van Arsdale, 1995; Sperr et al., 1993 Jennings and Johnson, 1996 Smith, 1956 Christensen et al., 1992; LeFever and LeFever, 1991; Marafi, 1968 Berg et al., 1994; Burke, 1989; Breig, 1988; Durall, 1987; Altshuld and Kerr, 1982 Burke, 1989 Luther, 1988, 1995; Reeve, 1986 Dean, 1987 Sturm, 1987
SOUTH DAKOTA
Only four of South Dakota's 66 counties produce oil: Harding County in the southern Williston Basin, Dewey County where 100,000 barrels of oil has been produced from the Red River Formation in Lantry Field, and Fall River and Custer counties in the southwest corner of the state where the Pennsylvanian Leo sandstones are productive. Through the end of 1996, 1,185 wells had been drilled in the state with 241 (20%) completed as oil wells and 68 (6%) completed as gas wells. No good general references to South Dakota's oil and gas fields were found during preparation of this bibliography, but a list of the state's oil fields in the southern Williston Basin has been published by the Montana Geological Society in its 1978 Williston Basin Symposium. Papers on the various producing fields are scattered through the literature, in part because of the diversity and relatively small size of the fields in the state. A few papers on the Leo production in the southwest corner of the state occur in the guidebooks of the Wyoming Geological Association, and a couple papers on the Harding County area occur in Williston Basin Symposia volumes. It is possible that the South Dakota Geological Survey, located in Vermillion, also has some useful references, but these were not reviewed during preparation of this bibliography.
General South Dakota Reference Montana Geological Society, 1978, State of South Dakota: Summary of producing oil fields: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Guidebook to the Economic Geology of the Williston Basin, p. 13.
Shurr, G.W., 2001 Basin-margin gas in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains, in D.S. Anderson, J.W. Robinson, J.E. Estes-Jackson, and E.B. Coalson, eds., Gas in the Rockies: RMAG, p. 223-239.
References to Specific South Dakota FieldsAlum Creek
Namoglu, 1987; Morel et al., 1986;
Cardinal and Sherer, 1984
Barker Dome
Gries, 1964
Buffalo
Williams and Pitts, 1997; Erickson et al., 1993; Schowalter and Hess, 1982
Buffalo South
Erickson et al., 1993
Cady Creek
Dolly and Mullarkey, 1996; Shurr, 1996, 1998; Steece, 1989
Cottonwood
Morel et al., 1986
Edgemont
Namoglu, 1987
Hollingsworth North Morel et al., 1986
Indian Creek
Namoglu, 1987; Morel et al., 1986
Lantry
Bogle et al., 1998; Longman et al., 1998
Sheep Draw
Morel et al., 1986
Short Pine Hills West Shurr, 1996, 1998, 2001; Dolly and Mullarkey, 1996; Mazzullo, 1989; Steece, 1989; Strothman,
1988
Simms East
Morel et al., 1986
UTAH Oil was known in Utah by the native Americans and the pioneers in the middle of the 19th century (Rozel Point at the north end of the Great Salt Lake) and uneconomic fields were discovered in 1907-1908 at Virgin Field in southwestern Utah and at Mexican Hat in the Paradox Basin. The first commercial production was gas at Clay Basin Field on the north flank of the Uinta Mountains in 1927, and at Ashley Valley Field on the south flank of the mountains in 1929. It was not until after World War II that the petroleum industry launched significant exploration programs in Utah. These resulted in the discovery of oil fields at Ashley Valley (1948), in the Uinta Basin (1951), and in the Paradox Basin (1956). Shortly after the influx of exploration geologists into Utah, they recognized the benefits of forming organizations to share their geologic knowledge of this frontier region. In 1946 the Utah Geological Society (UGA) was formed, and in 1949 the Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists (IAPG) was formed. Both of these organizations published guidebooks for various parts of the region and conducted technical meetings. These traditions have been continued to the present by successor organizations. The IAPG was reorganized as the Intermountain Association of Geologists (IAG) in 1965, and in 1970 the IAG merged with the Utah Geological Association to form the Utah Geological Association. The subject matter covered by the meetings and guidebooks reflect the diverse geologic fields of the members and include regional stratigraphy and structure, petroleum, geomorphology, metal and non-metal mining as well as the geologic aspects of environmental concerns.
Virtually all oil and gas production in Utah comes from the eastern half of the state in areas including from north to south, the Uinta, Piceance, and Paradox basins, and the Wasatch Plateau area near the center of the state. A total of 10,228 wells had been drilled in the state through the end of 1997. Of these, 4216 (40%) produced oil and 2060 (19%) produced gas. Exploration for gas is currently surging in the state as a number of large regional accumulations have recently been discovered in the Cretaceous and Tertiary sections. A summary of the major gas plays in Utah is included in Broadhead and Robertson (1993). The references in this bibliography cite the name of the organization from the title pages. Some libraries may have had difficulty keeping these publications together because of the name changes of the organizations which published them; however, all of the organizations gave Salt Lake City, Utah as their address. The Utah Geological Survey (formerly the Utah Geological and Mineralogical Survey and the Utah Geological and Mineral Survey) maintains an office in Salt Lake City. Two general references on the geology of Utah also merit a brief mention here. These are by William Stokes (1986) and Lehi Hintze (1988), both of whom can be considered among the most knowledgeable of Utah's many geologists. While including extensive discussions of the geology of the state, neither of these books is specifically oriented toward oil and gas reservoirs, however. General Utah References Broadhead, R.F., and J.M. Robertson, Project Managers, 1993, Atlas of Major Rocky Mountain Gas Reservoirs: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, 206 p. Chidsey, T.C., and P.B. Anderson, 1994, Oil and gas pipeline map of Utah: Utah Geological Survey, Public Information Series No. 22. Chidsey, T.C., and P.B. Anderson, 1995, Oil and gas pipeline map of Utah: Utah Geological Survey Open-File Report 327DF on disk. Clem, K.M., and K.W. Brown, 1984, Petroleum resources of the Paradox Basin: Utah Geological and Mineral Survey Bulletin 119, 162 p. Fassett, J.E., ed., 1978, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 1 and 2, 726 p. Fassett, J.E., ed., 1983, Oil and Gas Fields of the Four Corners Area: Four Corners Geological Society, v. 3, p. 729-1143. Gwynn, J.W., 1995, Resistivities and chemical analyses of selected oil and gas field, water well, and spring waters, Utah: Utah Geological Survey Circular 87, 142 p and diskettes. Hill, B.G., and S.R. Bereskin, eds., 1993, Oil and gas fields of Utah: Utah Geological Association Publication 22. Hill, B.G., and S.R. Bereskin, eds., 1996, Oil and gas fields of Utah (Addendum 1996): Utah Geological Association Publication 22. Hintze, L.F., 1988, Geologic history of Utah: Brigham Young University Geology Studies, Special Publication 7, 202 p. Kuhn, P.J., ed., 1958, Oil and gas in the Four Corners: National Petroleum Bibliography, Amarillo, Texas. Preston, D., ed., 1961, A symposium on the oil and gas fields of Utah: Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists. Ruble, T.E., and R.P. Philips, 1998, Stratigraphy, depositional environments and organic geochemistry of source-rocks in the Green River petroleum system, Uinta Basin, Utah: in J. Pitman and A. Carroll, eds., Modern and Ancient Lakes: Utah Geological Association, p. 289-321. Stokes, W.L., 1986, Geology of Utah: Utah Museum of Natural History and Utah Geological and Mineral Survey, 300 p. Weigand, D.L., ed., 1981, Geology of the Paradox Basin, RMAG, 285 p.
References to Specific Utah FieldsAgate Peterson, 1972a
Akah
Peterson and Hite, 1969; Peterson, 1966; Sheffer, 1958
Altamont Anasazi Anderson Junction Aneth Anschutz Ranch Anschutz Ranch East Antelope Creek Ashley Creek Ashley Valley Bar-X Bartlett Flat Bend Big Flat Blaze Canyon Blue Hogan Bluebell Bluff Boundary Butte Boundary Butte North Brennam Bottom Bridgeland Bridger Lake Brundage Canyon Bug Buzzard's Bench Cache Valley Cahone Mesa Cane Creek Canyon East Castle Creek Castle Peak Catlegate Cave Canyon Cave Creek Cedar Rim Chalk Creek Chapita Wells Cherokee Chinle Wash Cisco Dome Cisco Springs
Osmond, 2000a,b; Bates et al., 1999; Horn, 1998; Claypool, 1998; Harthill et al., 1997; Bredehoeft et al., 1994; Fouch et al., 1994; Ai, 1992; McCoy and Young, 1992; Marshall and Pilcher, 1989; Sweeney et al., 1987; Trichel et al., 1985; Clem, 1984; Narr and Currie, 1982; Pittman et al., 1982; Lucas and Drexler, 1975, 1976 Montgomery et al., 1999; Chidsey et al., 1996 Harris, 1994; Peterson, 1973a Hall, 1998; Amateis and Hall, 1997; Grammer et al., 1996; Hall, 1996; Amateis, 1995; Johnson and Groen, 1995; Likarish et al., 1995; Weber et al., 1995; Eby et al., 1993; Peterson, 1992; Peterson, 1989; Baars and Stevenson, 1982; Lehman, 1981; Peterson and Hite, 1969; Picard et al., 1968; Peterson, 1966; Burchell and Coonts, 1964; Zaffarano, 1959; Lyons, 1958; Picard, 1958; Quigley, 1958; Robinson, 1958; Herman and Barkell, 1957 Sprinkle, 1999; Deming and Chapman, 1989; Dow, 1988; Couples et al., 1987; Kleinsteiber and Calvin, 1983; Uygur, 1983; West and Lewis, 1982; Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Sprinkle, 1999; Benson, 1995; Fryberger, 1990; White et al., 1990; Deming and Chapman, 1989; Sercombe, 1989; Dow, 1988; DeBruin, 1987; Uygur, 1983; Lelek, 1982 (see also listing under Wyoming) Foulk et al., 1998 Hoffman, 1957; McCoy et al., 1951 Jensen, 1958; Peterson, 1957 Owen and Whitney, 1956 Morgan, 1992a,b Osmond et al., 1968 Parker, 1960; Carlton, 1958 Walton, 1956 Montgomery et al., 1999; Chidsey et al., 1996 Osmond, 2000a,b; Bates et al., 1999; Horn, 1998; Montgomery and Morgan, 1998; Claypool, 1998; Harthill et al., 1997; Morgan, 1995; Morgan et al., 1995; Tripp, 1995; Fouch et al., 1994b; Morgan, 1994; Peterson, 1973b; Ai, 1992; McCoy and Young, 1992; Sweeney et al., 1987; Trichel et al., 1985; Pittman et al., 1982; Lucas and Drexler, 1975, 1976; Naylor, 1957; Miller, 1950 Peterson, 1966; Conner and Wright, 1958; Herman and Barkell, 1957 Peterson and Hite, 1969; Sheffer, 1958; Spragg, 1952 Herman and Barkell, 1957 Osmond, 1957 Morgan, 1997a Reisser and Blanke, 1989; Ryer et al., 1987; Wach, 1977; Webb, 1975; Peterson, 1973c; Burt, 1971; Garvin, 1969; Ritzma, 1969; Parker, 1966 Morgan et al., 2001 Eby and Chidsey, 2001; Roylance, 1990; Moriarty and Grundy, 1985; Baars and Stevenson, 1982; Krivanek, 1981 Montgomery et al., 2001 Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Lyons, 1958 Claypool, 1998; Morgan, 1992 Horton and Gere, 1964 Peterson, 1973d Colburn et al., 1985 Hampton et al., 2000 McBride and Rebne, 1997; Oltmans, 1995; Klusman et al., 1992 Sprinkle, 1999; Deming and Chapman, 1989; Couples et al., 1987; Edman and Surdam, 1984b Peterson, 1973e Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Miller, 1957 Eby and Chidsey, 2001; McBride and Rebne, 1997 Peterson and Hite, 1969 Walton, 1956 Walton, 1956
Cisco Wash Clay Basin Clear Creek County Cow Hollow Coyote Creek South Danish Wash Deadman Deadman Canyon Desert Creek Desert Creek North Drunkard's Wash Duchesne East Mountain Eight Mile Flat Elkhorn Ridge Farmington Fence Canyon Ferron Flat Canyon Flat Rock Gordon Creek Gothic Mesa Grassy Creek Grassy Trail Creek Hanging Rock Harley Dome Hay Reservoir Hells Hole Helper Heron North Hogback Hogback Ridge Horse Canyon Horseshoe Bend Indian Creek Ismay Joes Valley Kachina Kiva Lisbon Lisbon Northwest Lodgepole Long Canyon McElmo Creek Mexican Hat Monument Butte Mule Mustang Mustang Flat Myton Bench South
Morgan, 1999 Baird, 1978; Hummel, 1969; Krueger, 1955; Fidlar, 1950c Tripp, 1989, 1990b, 1991c,d; Walton, 1954, 1955; Edson et al., 1954 Naylor, 1957 Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Hegna, 1970 Walton, 1956 Grammer et al., 1996 McBride and Rebne, 1997 Peterson, 1966; Lauth, 1958; Herman and Barkell, 1957; Spalding, 1955 Herman and Barkell, 1957 Lamarre et al., 2001; Montgomery et al., 2001; Lamarre, 2000; Nelson, 2000; Robertson et al., 2000; Weichman, 2000; Barker and Pierce, 1999; Lamarre and Burns, 1997; Tripp, 1989 Morgan, 1997b; Bredehoeft et al., 1994; Naylor, 1957 Tripp, 1990b Colburn et al., 1985 Sprinkle, 1999 Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Peterson, 1973f Anderson et al., 1997; Tripp, 1990a, 1991a,b Tripp, 1989, 1990b, 1991c,d; Walton, 1954, 1955 Peterson, 1973g Tripp, 1989; Walton, 1955 Reid and Berghorn, 1981 Harnett, 1968 Lutz and Allison, 1991, 1992; Peterson, 1972b Shefte and Estes-Jackson, 2001 Bon, 1999; Willis, 1991; Keebler, 1956 Hendricks, 2001; Henry et al., 1999 Moretti et al., 1992 Buck et al., 2001; Montgomery et al., 2001 Montgomery et al., 1999; Chidsey and Eby, 1997; Chidsey et al., 1996 Picard et al., 1968 Walker, 1982 Johnson et al., 2000, 2001; Louden et al., 1999, 2000 Fouch et al., 1994; Peterson, 1973h Tripp, 1989, 1990b, 1991c,d Grammer et al., 1996; Dawson, 1988; Peterson and Hite, 1969; Peterson, 1966; Choquette and Traut, 1963; Elias, 1963; Carr and White, 1958 Tripp, 1989, 1990b, 1991c,d Louden et al., 2000 Grammer et al., 1996; Stewart, 1995 Cole and Moore, 1996; Fouret, 1996; Merrell, 1989; Stevenson and Baars, 1988; Segal et al., 1986; Parker, 1960, 1968, 1981; Smith and Prather, 1981; Albright, 1965; Parker, 1961; Budd, 1960 Miller, 1985; Mitchell, 1961 Sprinkle, 1999 Morgan, 1992a,b; Carlton, 1958 Lyons, 1958 Baars and Stevenson, 1982; Wengerd, 1955; McCoy et al., 1951 Bereskin and Morgan, 2001; Morgan et al., 1998, 2000, 2001; Larson and Zellitti, 1997; Morgan, 1997c; Deo et al., 1996; Pawar and Deo, 1996; Pawar et al., 1996; Deo et al., 1994; Peterson, 1973d; Colburn et al., 1985 Chidsey and Eby, 1999; Montgomery et al., 1999; Chidsey et al., 1996 Louden et al., 2000 Carroll, 1985 Morgan, 1997a
Myton South Natural Buttes Naval Oil Sh. Res.#2 Pariette Bench Patterson Peters Point Pineview Pineview East Pineview North Pleasant Velley Ratherford Recapture Creek Red Wash Rock House Rockwell Springs Roosevelt Rozel Point Rozel Point West Runway Salt Wash San Arroyo Southman Canyon Squaw Canyon Sunnyside Tar Sand Triangle Tin Cup Mesa Turner Bluff Upper Valley Uteland Butte Virgin Walker Hollow White Mesa Willow Creek West Wonsits Valley Yellow Creek
Colburn et al., 1985 Shefte and Estes-Jackson, 2001; MacMillan, 1997b, 2000; Hewett and Spence, 1998; Schmoker et al., 1996; Fouch et al., 1994; Hartmann and MacMillan, 1992; MacMillan, 1992; Osmond, 1985, 1992; Shade and Hansen, 1992; Pittman et al., 1985; Gillespie, 1957 Silverman and Grove, 1997 Sweeney et al., 1987; Pittman et al., 1982; Peterson, 1972c Moriarty and Grundy, 1985; Martin, 1981 Fouch et al., 1994; Folsom, 1968; Osmond et al., 1968; Hendel, 1957 Hull, 1999; Sprinkle, 1999; Romaine et al., 1996; Deming and Chapman, 1989; Sercombe, 1989; Abernathy, 1977; Conner and Covlin, 1977; Hodgden and McDonald, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977; Picard, 1977; Powers, 1977; Webel, 1977; Maher, 1976; Loucks, 1975 Hodgden and McDonald, 1977 Sercombe, 1989 Colburn et al., 1985 Lyons, 1958 Herman and Barkell, 1957 Borer, 1998; Fouch et al., 1994; Kelly and Castle, 1992; Castle, 1990; Sweeney et al., 1987; Dobrin, 1977; Chatfield, 1972; Folsom, 1968; Osmond et al., 1968; Picard, 1957, 1967; Chatfield, 1965 Fouch et al., 1994; Isbell, 1964 Likarish et al., 1997 Folsom, 1968; Rohr, 1957 Kendall, 1994 Dolly and Mullarkey, 1996; Kendall, 1994; Bortz et al., 1985 Montgomery et al., 1999; Lorenz and Chidsey, 1998; Chidsey et al., 1996 Morgan, 1994a; Peterson, 1972d Monsalve, 1972; Horton and Gere, 1964; Owen and Whitney, 1956 Osmond et al., 1968 Dolly and Mullarkey, 1996; Grammer et al., 1996; Buckner and Groen, 1981 Fouch et al., 1994 Huntoon et al., 1994, 1999; Peterson, 1997; Fryberger, 1990 Herrod and Gardner, 1988; Herrod et al., 1985 Carter, 1958 Uphoff, 1997; Goolsby et al., 1988; Sharp, 1976; Peterson, 1973i; Campbell, 1969 Morgan et al., 2001 Brandt et al., 1986; Bahr, 1963; Hauptman, 1952 Picard, 1957 Picard, 1959; Fenex and Lee, 1958; Lyons, 1958 Osmond, 2000c Castle, 1990 Geiser et al., 1988
WYOMING Wyoming encompasses some of the most hydrocarbon-rich basins in the Rocky Mountain region including the Green River, Bighorn, Wind River and Powder River basins. Accordingly the list of oil and gas fields is long. Most of the articles compiled in this index are from guidebooks published by the Wyoming Geological Association (WGA) since 1946. Although the time period of WGA publications is post-World War II, some guidebooks published before 1970 also include articles recording hydrocarbon exploration and development in Wyoming between 1890 and 1930. Much of this information is primary source material that was gathered from early wildcatters who have long since passed on. The classic pre-World War II volume on Wyoming's hydrocarbon fields was "Petroleum and Natural Gas Fields in Wyoming" (Espach and Nichols, 1941). This volume contains outcrop descriptions, strike and dip data, analyses of oil, natural gas, and water, production data, structure maps, and general historical data that are not included in later field studies or in the Wyoming Oil and Gas Commission records. Articles in the index span the time of several post-World War II phases of petroleum industry activity. Between 1946 and 1963 Wyoming was a fairly rank frontier area for petroleum exploration. The articles of this period are a rich source of data
and early interpretations for the many large fields that were discovered and exploited in this phase. Even as petroleum industry activity languished between 1963 and 1975, many articles synthesized the "state of the art" concerning what was known about the producing trends discovered and exploited in the 1950s. Lest we forget, Bell Creek Field (although mostly in Montana) was discovered in this "languishing" period; it set off a new understanding of stratigraphic traps in the Muddy Sandstone, which has been a prolific and persistent exploration target since then. Articles published during the oil boom years of 19751985 provide a rich compendium of information regarding "hot" exploration and exploitation areas. The boom period also saw the publication of several WGA oil and gas field symposia dedicated to summaries of all oil and gas fields within a given producing basin. Similar to the "languishing" period of 1963-1975, articles published from 1985 to present concentrate on synthesizing the huge amounts of data generated from fields discovered and exploited during the boom of 1975-1985. They also include important primary material on several large fields discovered and exploited in the post-1985 time period. In terms of the cumulative oil produced, Wyoming ranks 6th among the states (after Texas, Alaska, California, Louisiana, and Oklahoma). A total of 63,828 wells had been drilled for oil and gas in the state through the end of 1997. Of these, 28,143 (44%) had produced oil and 6250 (10%) had produced gas. Gas production in Wyoming has been nicely summarized in the Gas Research Institute volume entitled "Atlas of Rocky Mountain Gas Reservoirs" organized by Broadhead and Robertson (1993). Information on 14 of Wyoming's oil fields is included in Dolly and Mullarkey (1996). Fields discussed in the short papers in this volume are Bethlehem, Big Hand, Collums, Dripping Rock, Hawk Point, Fontenelle, L-X Bar, Lincoln Road, Mesa, Red Bird, Rozet, Slick Creek, Spotted Horse, and Table Rock. These papers include brief write-ups, structure maps, and a panel of wireline logs. For a geologist new to Wyoming, the best reference for learning about Wyoming geology is Memoir 5, a two-volume set published by the Wyoming State Geological Survey in 1993 and appropriately titled "The Geology of Wyoming" (Snoke et al., 1993). For the oil and gas professional working in Wyoming, an essential reference is the Wyoming Oil and Gas Commission website: http://wogcc.state.wy.us/, which has unit maps, well locations, and production data for all wells in the state. Other good places to uncover oil and gas field information are the several oil and gas field symposia cited below. Those published since the mid-1980s provide the most complete compilations. It is difficult to select outstanding individual books cited within the index because so many have included seminal articles on Wyoming geology. In short, any person interested in a specific basin in Wyoming will find several WGA guidebooks published over the past 50 years that are dedicated to the unique stratigraphic, structural and hydrocarbon attributes of that basin. General Wyoming References Basko, D., and E.E. Mulholland, 1976, Statistical summaries of Muddy and Minnelusa reservoirs in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 28th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 273-275. Broadhead, R.F., and J.M. Robertson, Project Managers, 1993, Atlas of Major Rocky Mountain Gas Reservoirs: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, 206 p. Crawford, J.G., 1953, Oil field waters of the Laramie-Hanna Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 8th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 126-134. Crawford, J.G., 1957, Oil field waters of the Wind River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 10th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 113-118. Crawford, J.G., and C.E. Davis, 1962, Some Cretaceous waters of Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 17th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 257-267. Crews, G.C., J.A. Barlow, Jr., and J.D. Haun, 1973, Natural gas resources, Green River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 25th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 103-113. DeBruin, R.H., 1993, Overview of oil and gas geology of Wyoming, in A.W. Snoke, J.R. Steidtmann, and S.M. Roberts, eds., Geology of Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Survey Memoir 5, p.836-873. Dolly, E.D., and J.C. Mullarkey, eds., 1996, Hydrocarbon Production from Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions: Log Examples of Subtle Pays: RMAG, 290 p. (Bethlehem, Big Hand, Collums, Dripping Rock, Hawk Point, Fontenelle, L-X Bar, Lincoln Road, Mesa, Red Bird, Rozet, Slick Creek, Spotted Horse, Table Rock) Doyle, A.B., J.L. deVries, and D.J. Alban, 1987, Production statistics for the Overthrust Belt and Moxa arch: Wyoming Geological Association 38th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 245-252.
Enyert, R.L., and Madsen, R.A., 1962, Early Cretaceous oil and gas fields of Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 17th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 303-308. Espach, R.H., and H.D. Nichols, 1941, Petroleum and natural gas fields in Wyoming: U.S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 418, 185 p. Guess, R.H., and R.P. Swirczynski, 1968, Muddy exploration 1887-1968: Wyoming Geological Association 20th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 41-46. Hares, C.J., 1988, A history of the oil business in the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming: The Mountain Geologist, v. 25, p. 3-11. (WY) Haverfield, J.J., 1973, Wyoming oil and gas fields by formations: Earth Science Bulletin, v. 6, no. 2, p. 5-33. Hodgden, H.J., and R.E. McDonald, 1977, History of oil and gas exploration in the Overthrust Belt of Wyoming, Idaho and Utah: Wyoming Geological Association 29th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 37-69. Hunt, J.M., and J.P. Forsman, 1957, Relation of crude oil composition to stratigraphy in the Wind River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 10th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 105-112. Johnson, R.C. and C.W. Keighin, 1998, Origins of natural gases from Upper Cretaceous reservoirs, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming and Montana, and comparison with gases from the Wind River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 49th Guidebook, p. 233-249. Lawson, D., 1997, Post-1947 discoveries--Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association Bighorn Basin Symposium Guidebook, p. 28-33. Mitchell, G.C., and M.H. Rogers, 1993, Extensional tectonic influence on Lower and Upper Cretaceous stratigraphy and reservoirs, southern Powder River Basin, Wyoming: The Mountain Geologist, v. 30, p. 54-69. Randall, A.G., 1989, Shallow Tertiary gas production, Powder River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 40th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 83-96. Rasmussen, D.L., and D.W. Bean, 1984, Dissolution of Permian salt and Mesozoic syndepositional trends, central Powder River Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 35th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 281-294. Reeves, W.K., 1975, Production statistics, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 27th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 13-17. Roehler, H.W., 1973, Mineral resources in the Washakie Basin, Wyoming and Sand Wash Basin, Colorado: Wyoming Geological Association 25th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 47-56. Shurr, G.W., 2001 Basin-margin gas in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains, in D.S. Anderson, J.W. Robinson, J.E. Estes-Jackson, and E.B. Coalson, eds., Gas in the Rockies: RMAG, p. 223-239. Smith, D.A., 1988, The integration of hydrodynamics and stratigraphy, Muddy Sandstone, northern Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana: Wyoming Geological Association 39th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 179-189. Snoke, A.W., J.R. Steidtmann, and S.M. Roberts, eds., 1993, Geology of Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Survey Memoir 5, 888 p. Stewart, W.W., 1995, Horizontal wells in Wyoming through 1994: Wyoming Geological Association 46th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 283-296. Strickland, J.W., 1958, Habitat of oil in the Powder River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 13th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 132-147.
Summerford, H.E., 1952, Resume of the oil and gas structures in the southern portion of the Bighorn Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 7th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 126-128.
Trotter, J.F., 1963, The Minnelusa play of the northern Powder River, Wyoming and adjacent areas: Wyoming Geological Association and Billings Geological Society, 1st Joint Field Conference Guidebook, p. 117-122.
Trotter, J.F., 1984, The Minnelusa revisited: Wyoming Geological Association 35th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 127151.
Wach, P.H., 1977, The Moxa Arch, an overthrust model: Wyoming Geological Association 29th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 651-664.
Weimer, R.J., 1995, Stratigraphic plays of the 1950s on the Wamsutter arch: Discovery of Desert Springs, Patrick Draw and West Desert Springs fields: Wyoming Geological Association 46th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 1-11.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1957, Wyoming oil and gas fields symposium: Wyoming Geological Association Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, 579 p.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1973, Oil characteristics in the Greater Green River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 25th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 12-21.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1979, Wyoming oil and gas fields symposium, Greater Green River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 29th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, 428 p.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1981, Powder River Basin oil and gas fields: Wyoming Geological Association Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, 472 p.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1984, Wyoming oil and gas fields symposium, Laramie, Hanna and D-J basins: Wyoming Geological Association Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, 133 p.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1989, Wyoming oil and gas fields symposium, Bighorn and Wind River basins: Wyoming Geological Association Oil and Gas Fields Symposium, 555 p.
Wyoming Geological Association, 1992, Wyoming oil and gas fields symposium, Greater Green River Basin: Wyoming Geological Association 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, 364 p.
References to Specific Wyoming FieldsAdobe Town
McPeek, 1981
Adon Road
Williams and Pitts, 1997; Smith et al., 1996
African Swallow
Perkins et al., 2001a,b
Ag Farms
Smith and Larsen, 1997
Alkali Creek
Ciftci et al., 2001; Hurley et al., 2001; Aviantara, 1998
Allen Lake
Blackstone, 1994
Allen Lake East
Barlow, 1953a
Amkirk
Runge, 1968
Amos Draw
Perkins et al., 2001b; Jiao and Surdam, 1994; Martinsen, 1994; Martinsen et al., 1994; Maucione
et al., 1994; Murray, 1994; Surdam et al., 1994; Odland et al., 1986, 1988; von Drehle, 1985
Andy
von Drehle, 1985
Anschutz Ranch East White et al., 1990; Sercombe, 1989; Dow, 1988; Lelek, 1982 (see also listing under Utah)
Antelope East
Wellborn and Wold, 1993; Krampert, 1951e
Arch
Heasler and Surdam, 1992; Yin et al., 1992
Arminto
Skeen and Ray, 1983
Ash
Smith and Larsen, 1997; Gallivan and Handley, 1991
Ash Creek
Robinson and Barnum, 1986; Morgando, 1958; Reinhart, 1953
Ash Creek South
Morgando, 1958
Aspen
Powers, 1977; Hauptman, 1950
Avery Draw
Curry, 1986
Badger Basin Badwater Baggs Baggs South Bailey Dome Baldy Butte Banjo Flats Barber Creek Barrel Springs Basin Basin Northwest Baxter Basin Bear Creek Beaver Creek Bell Creek Bell Springs Bessie Bottom Big Hand Big Hollow Big Medicine Bow Big Muddy Big Piney Big Polecat Big Sand Draw Billy Creek Birch Creek Bison Basin Black Bank Black Butte Black Mountain Black Rock Blue Forest Blue Gap Bolton Creek Bonanza Boone Dome Borie Brady Bridger Lake Brooks Ranch Bruff Buck Creek Buck Draw Buck Draw North Buffalo Basin Bull Springs Bullfrog Bunker Hill Burke Ranch
Buggenhagen, 1997; DeBruin, 1997; Heasler, 1997; Inks et al., 1997; Surdam and Jiao, 1997; Walker et al., 1995; Thompson, 1954 Schmitt, 1975 Turner, 1955 Colson, 1969; Cronoble, 1969; Foster, 1965; Parker, 1959; Turner, 1955 Garrett, 1951 Cramer and Stallings, 1998 Lane, 1970a Sabel, 1985; Sabins and Petersen, 1961 Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Wanner et al., 1979 Fryberger, 1984; Hiestand, 1947 Fryberger, 1986 Andrew, 1965; Fidlar, 1962; Krueger, 1955; Fidlar, 1950a Perkins et al., 2001b Siguaw et al., 1999; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Smith and Surdam, 1992; Hinton, 1957; Ross, 1957; Ewing, 1955; Hubley, 1948 see listing for Montana Krampert, 1951a Sercombe, 1989 George, 1984 Cardinal, 1970 Cardinal, 1970; Stone, 1966; Van Gilder, 1953; Veronda, 1951c Magara, 1975; Stone and Hoeger, 1973, 1975; Curry, 1954; Truchot, 1954; Olson, 1949 Tyler et al., 1997; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Doelger and Barlow, 1989; Ryer et al., 1987; Myers, 1977; Thomaidis, 1973; McDonald, 1973, 1976; Dunnewald, 1969; Gosar, 1960; Howe, 1955; Krueger, 1955, 1960 Stone, 1993; Beyer, 1979; Pedry, 1975b; Thompson, 1954 Jenkins, 1957 Gwynn and Casper, 1963; Bramlette, 1949 McDonald, 1973; Asquith, 1965, 1966; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962 Wellborn and Wold, 1993; Erickson, 1957; Krampert, 1951b WGA Committee, 1970 Merewether, 1983 Andrews and Higgins, 1984 Christenson, 1973 Lausten, 1989 Martinsen et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995 Curry, 1986 Kerr and Aviantara, 1999; Aviantara, 1998; Stone, 1985c, 1987, 1993; Moore, 1984; Orr, 1974; Lawson and Smith, 1966; Berry, 1952 Skeen and Ray, 1983; Albanese, 1954 Clayton and Swetland, 1980; MacKenzie, 1971; McMinn, 1963 Montgomery, 1996a; Whalen, 1996; Folcik and Mead, 1995; Dolson et al., 1991; Krystinik, 1990; Knapp, 1978; Pacht, 1977; Picard, 1977b; Brock and Nicolaysen, 1975 Garvin, 1970; Parker, 1966 Buskala, 1958 Merewether, 1983; Winn and Smithwick, 1980; Picard, 1977a; Thomaidis, 1973 Ahlbrandt et al., 1994; McBane, 1984 Dutton and Willis, 1998; Ethridge et al., 1994; Sellars, 1992; Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Schenewerk and Heath, 1989; Stonecipher, 1989; Michael and Merin, 1986; Hawkins and Formhals, 1985 Fulco, 1999 Erickson, 1957 Wellborn and Wold, 1993 Skeen and Ray, 1983; Sprague, 1983 Krampert, 1951c Swirczynski, 1958
Burnt Hollow Burnt Wagon Bush Lake Butcher Knife Springs Byron Byron South Cabin Creek Cambridge Camp Creek Canyon Creek Carson Carter Creek Casper Creek North Casper Creek South Cave Gulch Cellars Ranch Chan Chan Southeast Chimney Butte Church Buttes Circle Ridge Clareton Clear Creek Coal Gulch Coalbed Methane Cole Creek Cole Creek South Collums Coon Creek Cooper Cooper Cove Cooper Reservoir Corral Creek Cottonwood Creek Cottonwood Ck North Cow Creek Coyote Creek Coyote Creek South Craven Creek Crooks Creek Crooks Gap Dallas Dome Danker North Dead Horse Creek
Tenney, 1968 Swirczynski, 1978a Van Horn and Shannon, 1989 Reisser and Blanke, 1989; Picard, 1977a; Thomaidis, 1973 Kerr and Aviantara, 1999; Aviantara, 1998; Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Williams and Pitts, 1997; Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1967 Talbot, 1983 Wakefield, 1958 Vargo et al., 2000; Williams and Pitts, 1997 George, 1969; Allen, 1966 Yin and Surdam, 1995; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Gras, 1955 Stone, 1972 Dickinson and Matthews, 1993; Sieverding and Harris, 1991; Sieverding and Royce, 1990; Benson, 1989; Harris et al., 1988; Couples et al., 1987; Bartberger, 1985; Budai, 1985; Bishop, 1982; Hoffman and Balcells-Baldwin, 1982; Hoffman and Kelly, 1981 Katherman, 1958 Montgomery, 1996c; Cole and Mullen, 1992; Davis and Benson, 1992; Stevenson and Mullen, 1991; Skeen and Ray, 1983; Lawson, 1954a,b Natali et al., 1999, 2000; Dea et al.,1998; McPeek et al., 1997, 1998 Moore, 1984b, 1986; Stone, 1986b Oldham, 1997; Henderson, 1991; Stone, 1972 Stone, 1972 Dutton and Hamlin, 1992 DeBruin, 1995; Dutton and Hamlin, 1992; Laubach et al., 1992; Reisser and Blanke, 1989; Merewether, 1983; Clark, 1981; Myers, 1977; Picard, 1977a; Thomaidis, 1973; Verville et al., 1973; Fidlar, 1962; Hale, 1962; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962; Krueger, 1955; Fidlar, 1950b Anderson and O'Connell, 1993; Anderson, 1992; McCoy et al., 1951; Olson, 1948 Baker, 1962 Dickinson and Matthews, 1993; Johnson, 1991; Gibson, 1987; Alexandar, 1986; Frank et al., 1982; Frank and Gavlin, 1981 Burch and Cluff, 1998; Martinsen et al., 1995; Surdam, 1992; McPeek, 1981 Montgomery, 1999 Smith and Surdam, 1992; Tower, 1992; Curry, 1986; Moore, 1984a Moore, 1984a; Truchot, 1954 Stone, 1972 Stone, 1993 Lockridge, 1970a Cardinal, 1970; DeChadenedes, 1953 Boyd, 1969 Johnson, 1988 Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Inden and Coalson, 1996; Prost, 1996; Shebl, 1995; Coalson et al., 1994; Gaz, 1993; Parker, 1993; Coalson and Inden, 1990a,b; Inden and Anderson, 1986; Allison, 1984, 1986; Peterson, 1983; Herrod, 1980; McCaleb and Willingham, 1967; Willingham and McCaleb, 1966; Pedry, 1957, 1970, 1975a Pedry, 1975a Holton et al., 1989; Merewether, 1983; Picard, 1977b; Rogers, 1971 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Knox, 1989; Schultz and Coppinger, 1989; Ryer and Gustason, 1985; Harris, 1976; Garvin, 1971; Chisholm, 1970; Berg, 1968; Runge, 1968; Bolyard and MacGregor, 1966; Gries, 1962; Hoeger, 1962; Jones, 1962; Miller, 1962; Trotter, 1962 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Schultz and Coppinger, 1989; Ryer and Gustason, 1985; Hegna, 1968 Evans and Barrett, 1977 Wellborn and Peffer, 2000; Wellborn and Wold, 1993 Wellborn, 1999; Smith and Surdam, 1992; Krampert, 1951d Willis and Groshong, 1993; Ptasynski, 1957; Krambert, 1948a Thompson, 1954 Gay, 1997; Sabel, 1985; Moore, 1975; Sabins and Petersen, 1961; Headley, 1958; Jones, 1958; Lawton, 1958
Deadman Creek Deaver Delaney Rim Derby Dome Desert Springs Desert Springs West Dewey Terrace diamond ring Ranch Dillinger Ranch Dixon Dobrenz Ranch Donkey Creek Donkey Creek North Donkey Creek South Douglas Douglas South Dripping Rock Dry Creek Dry Piney Dubois Dugout Dutton Anticline Dutton Creek Dutton Creek North Echo Springs Edsel Elk Basin Elk Basin South Elk Draw Elk Mountain Emerald Emigrant Springs Enigma Fabian Ditch Felix Fence Creek Ferris Fiddler Creek Flat Top Fontenelle Forgey Fourbear Four Horse Four Mile
Arro, 1976a Pedry, 1975b Robinson, 1993 Willis and Groshong, 1993; Kirkwood, 1957; Ptasynski, 1957 Martinsen et al., 1995; Mulholland, 1994; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; McPeek, 1981; Clark and Guy, 1972; Weimer, 1965; May, 1961; Heppe, 1960; Dahm, 1959 Heppe, 1960 Tromp et al., 1981 Pritchard, 1993; Cardinal, 1970 Welsh and Taylor, 1985; Moore, 1975; Parker, 1967; Weldon, 1965 Tyler et al., 1997 DeBruin and Jones, 1989 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Knox, 1989; Ryer and Gustason, 1985; Van West, 1972; Chisholm, 1970; Runge, 1968; Hoeger, 1962; Jones, 1962; Miller, 1962; Trotter, 1962; Barkley and Gosman, 1958; Jones, 1958 Frederick et al., 1995; Hoeger, 1962; Trotter, 1962 Trotter, 1962 Bauer, 1989 Bauer, 1989 Martinsen, 1998; Martinsen et al., 1995; Surdam et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992; Holton, 1989; Holton et al., 1989 Johnson and Keighin, 1998 Dunnewald and Gorton, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977; Pacht, 1977; Picard, 1977b; Webel, 1977; McDonald, 1973; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962; Lackey, 1960; Murray, 1960 Stone, 1972 Harding, 1974 Stone, 1966 Cardinal, 1970; DeChadenedes, 1953 Cardinal, 1970 Horn and Schrooten, 2001a,b; Zavala et al., 2001; Burch and Cluff, 1997, 1998; Smith, 1998; Favret and Clawson, 1997; Surdam, 1997; Iverson et al., 1995; Martinsen et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Hendricks, 1994; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992; Surdam, 1992; Tilden, 1985; McPeek, 1981 Bean et al., 1984; Fryberger, 1984 Loucks, 1999; Engelder et al., 1997; Heasler, 1997; Lorenz et al., 1997; Carr-Crabaugh and Dunn, 1996; Sonnenfeld, 1996; Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1993; McCaleb, 1988; Ayler and Brechtel, 1987; Johnson and Lindsley-Griffin, 1986; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Stone, 1983, McCaleb and Wayhan, 1969; Stone, 1967; Lawson and Smith, 1966; Rea, 1962; Wetzel, 1954; McCabe, 1947, 1948 Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Keefer, 1998; Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1991a, 1993; Bikis and Anderson, 1986 von Drehle, 1985 Stone, 1966, 1984 Meyer and Starck, 1992; Swirckzynski, 1984b Link, 1999 Arbuckle and Riggs, 1996 Stonecipher et al., 1997 von Drehle, 1985 Stone, 1972 McCoy, 1951 Baker, 1962; McCoy et al., 1951 Blackstone, 1988; Curry, 1976; Doeringsfeld and Ivey, 1964 Stonecipher et al., 1997; Martinez and Ruffin, 1994; Dutton and Hamlin, 1992; Myers, 1977 Kentta, 1974, 1978 Stone, 1996 Schultz and Coppinger, 1989 Borah, 1997
Fourteenmile Creek Francs Fork Frannie Frenchie Draw Frewen Fuller Reservoir G.P. Dome Garland Gas Draw Gebo George Ranch Glasscock Hollow Glo North Golden Dome Golden Goose Gooseberry Graham Reservoir Grass Creek Grass Creek East Gravel Unit Great Divide Greybull Grieve Grieve North Guthery HA Creek Halfmoon Halverson Hamilton Dome Hamm Happy Springs Hartzog Draw Hatfield Dome Hawk Point Hawk Springs Haybarn Hay Creek Hay Reservoir Haystack Heart Mountain Heldt Draw Heldt Draw East Henry Herrick Hidden Dome Higgins
Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Talbot, 1998 Stone, 1996 Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1991a; Pedry, 1975b; Stone, 1967; Lawson and Smith, 1966; Curtis, 1954; Brainerd and Curtis, 1947 Johnson and Rice, 1993; Liro, 1993; Liro and Pardus, 1990; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Normark, 1978; Lockridge, 1970b Lorenz et al., 1996 Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Katz and Liro, 1993; Robertson, 1984; Ray, 1982; Pirner, 1978 Krampert, 1951f Loucks, 1999; Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Lorenz et al., 1997; Shebl, 1995; Demiralin et al., 1994; Stone, 1993; Beyer, 1979; Stone, 1967 von Drehle, 1985; Lin, 1981; Stone, 1972; Egbert and Armstrong, 1970; Biggs and McGregor, 1969 Shebl, 1995; Paylor et al., 1989; Beyer, 1979; Mees and Bowers, 1952; Summerford, 1952 Jones, 1962 Bruce, 1988 Allan and Ray, 1988 Johnson and Keighin, 1998 Peterson, 1983 Hennings and Hager, 1996 Stonecipher et al., 1997 Stone, 1999b; Mitra and Mount, 1998, 1999; Shebl, 1995; Smith and Surdam, 1992; Stone, 1967, 1993; McCanne, 1947 Mitra and Mount, 1998, 1999 Myers, 1977 Van Horn and Shannon, 1989 Talbot, 1983 Mitchell, 1976, 1978; Hurd, 1970; Lawson, 1962 Pritchard, 1993; Smith and Surdam, 1992 Van West, 1972 Mitchell and Rogers, 1993 Olenick et al., 1992, 1993; Stone, 1985a,d Moore, 1975, 1983; Gibson, 1969; Berg and Tenney, 1967; Hudson, 1963; Jones, 1962 Stone, 1999b; Mitra and Mount, 1998, 1999; Inden and Coalson, 1996; Coalson and Inden, 1990; Thompson, 1981; Berg, 1976a; Stone, 1967; Summerford, 1952; Wyoming Geological Assoc., 1952; Krampert, 19474 Williams and Pitts, 1997; Doll and Hanson, 1987 Wellborn and Wold, 1993; Helmke, 1951 Sullivan et al., 2001; Gay, 1997; Holton et al., 1989; Ranganathan and Tye, 1986; Hearn et al., 1984; Momper and Williams, 1984; Hunt and Hearn, 1982; Martinsen and Tillman, 1978; Seeling, 1978 Post, 1955; Veronda, 1951b James, 1989; Jorgensen and James, 1988 Ahlbrandt and Groen, 1987 Katz and Liro, 1993; Liro, 1993; Andrew, 1985; Robertson, 1984 DeBruin and Jones, 1989 Anderson, 1995; Robinson, 1993; Van Horn and Shannon, 1989; McPeek, 1981 McPeek, 1981 Johnson and Keighin, 1998 Seeling, 1978; Crews et al., 1976; Davis, 1976 Crews et al., 1976 Warren et al., 1993; Dutton and Hamlin, 1992; Muller and Coalson, 1989; Reisser and Blanke, 1989; Ryer et al., 1987 West, 1953a Inden and Coalson, 1996; Pedry, 1975a McPeek, 1981
High Road Hilight Hoback Hogsback Hogsback South Horne Brothers Horne Valley Horse Center Horse Creek House Creek Hunter Ranch Indian Tree Iron Creek Jepson-Holler Draw Joe Creek Jonah Kaye Kiehl Kiehl West Kitty Kummerfeld LaBarge LaBarge North Lake Creek Lake Creek NW Lance Creek Lander Last Gap Lazy B Lightning Creek Lincoln Road Little Buck Creek Little Buffalo Basin Little Grass Creek Little Laramie Little Polecat Little Sand Draw Little Snake Lodgepole Lone Cedar
Tyler and Modroo, 1986 Perkins et al., 2001b; Donovan, 1995; Chen et al., 1994; Heasler et al., 1994; Martinson, 1994; MacGowan et al., 1994; Maucione et al., 1994; Mitchell and Rogers, 1993; Gries et al., 1992; Dolson et al., 1991; Wheeler et al., 1988; Michael and Merin, 1986; Moore, 1985; von Drehle, 1985; Momper and Williams, 1984; Berg, 1976b; Stone, 1972; Prescott, 1970 Loose, 1990 Webel, 1987; Dunnewald and Gorton, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977; Webel, 1977; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962; Michael, 1960; Murray, 1960 Hamlin, 1996; Laubach et al., 1992 Stone, 1966; Carr, 1953; Eaton, 1952 Cardinal, 1970 Stone, 1985a Andrews and Higgins, 1984; Clayton and Swetland, 1980; MacKenzie, 1971 Higley and Vaughan, 1992; Curry, 1986; Moore, 1985; Sabel, 1985; Hobson et al., 1982; Anderman, 1976; Crews et al., 1976; Berg, 1975b Stone, 1970b, 1972 Smith and Larsen, 1997 Edgerly, 1989; Dayhill, 1968 Wheeler and Gustason, 2001 von Drehle, 1985 Surdam et al., 2001a,b; Eberhard et al., 2000; Robinson, 2000a; Warner, 1998, 1999, 2000; Bowker and Robinson, 1997; Evans and Foulk, 1997; Flack et al., 1997; Finch et al., 1996, 1997a,b; Montgomery and Robinson, 1997; Robinson and Evans, 1997; Warner, 1997a,b, c; Robinson et al., 1996 Curry, 1976, 1986; Sabel, 1985; Isbell, 1972 Arro, 1976b Williams and Pitts, 1997; Clark et al., 1988 Martinson, 1994; Maucione et al., 1994; Surdam et al., 1994; Odland et al., 1986; von Drehle, 1985; Lin, 1981; Largberg, 1980; Stone, 1972; Clark, 1970a,b; Egbert and Armstrong, 1970; Biggs and McGregor, 1969; Swirczynski, 1968; Wulf, 1968 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Ryer and Gustason, 1985; Miles, 1963; Hoeger, 1962; Jones, 1962; Miller, 1962; Trotter, 1962 Knight et al., 2000; DeBruin, 1995; Lorenz, 1995; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Heasler and Surdam, 1992; Laubach et al., 1992; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992; Doelger and Barlow, 1989; Webel, 1987; Evans and Barrett, 1977; Myers, 1977; McDonald, 1973, 1976; Thomaidis, 1973; Dunnewald, 1969; Hale, 1962; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962; Gosar, 1960; Krueger, 1955, 1960; Murray, 1960; Christensen and Marshall, 1950 Maberry et al., 1997, 1998; Howe, 1955; Krueger, 1955, 1960 Hoffman and Powell, 1996; Stone, 1967; Summerford, 1952 Miller and Stiteler, 1952 Ahlbrandt and Fox, 1997; Clayton et al., 1997; Blackstone, 1988; Momper and Williams, 1984; Tromp et al., 1981; Hubbell and Wilson, 1963; McCanne, 1949 Love, 1978; Krambert, 1948c Lausten, 1989 Perkins et al., 2001b; Martinsen, 1994; Martinsen et al., 1994; Gustason, 1988 Ahlbrandt and Fox, 1997 Stonecipher et al., 1997; Lausten, 1989; Schultz and Lafollette, 1989; Stonecipher et al., 1984; Winn and Smithwick, 1980 McCanne, 1948 Hinson, 1997; Shebl, 1995; Emmett et al., 1972 Inden and Coalson, 1996 Stone, 1993; West, 1953a Stone, 1993; Thompson, 1954 Fanshawe, 1993; Hurley, 1993; Garfield et al., 1992 Colson, 1969 Gustason and Ryer, 1985; Hoeger, 1962 King, 1988
Lone Tree Creek Lost Creek Lost Dome Lost Soldier Luckey Ditch Madden Mahoney Manderson Marianne Marshall Maverick Springs Maysdorf McCullough Peak McDonald Draw Meadow Creek Meadow Creek North Meeteetsee Megas Mellott Ranch Mellott West Mickelson Creek Middle Dome Middle Mountain Mill Miller Creek Monument Butte Monument Valley Moorcroft Moorcroft West Muddy Ridge Mule Creek Mulligan Draw Murphy Dome Mush Creek Nitchie Gulch No Water Creek North Fork Notches Dome Nowood O'Brien Springs Oedekoven Oil Springs Okie Draw Old Woman Oregon Basin Oregon Basin North Oregon Basin South
Schultz and Coppinger, 1989; Gustason and Ryer, 1985; Hoeger, 1962; Miller, 1962 Van Horn and Shannon, 1989 Stone, 1999a Brokmeyer et al., 1996; Wellborn and Wold, 1993; Dolson et al., 1991; McGee et al., 1989; Schmechel and McGuire, 1985; Pott and DeVore, 1951; Krampert, 1949 Reisser and Blanke, 1989 Jobe et al., 2001; Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Jellison et al., 1997; Moore and Hawkins, 1997; Hawkins et al., 1993; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Blackstone, 1990; Brown and Shannon, 1989; Doelger and Barlow, 1989; Dunleavy and Gilbertson, 1986; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Ray and Keefer, 1985; Reid, 1978a,b; Schmitt, 1975; VanDorsten, 1970b; Barrett and Hubley, 1969 McCoy, 1951; McCoy et al., 1951 Gray and Head, 2000; Gray et al., 1999; Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Long, 1997; Orr, 1974; Harris, 1955; Harris, 1952c Wellborn, 1981 Stone, 1985c Stone, 1993; Olson, 1948 Oltmans, 1995; Andrew, 1985; George, 1984 Johnson and Finn, 1998; Johnson and Keighin, 1998 McDonald, 1973 Padden, 1958 Myers, 1956 Wolff and Roy, 1984 Dutton and Hamlin, 1992 Stewart, 1969b Schenk et al., 1993; Schenk, 1990; Schmoker and Schenk, 1988 Webel, 1987; Williams, 1986 Lawson and Smith, 1966 Weber, 1971; Olson, 1955 Stone, 1972 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Ryer and Gustason, 1985; Harris, 1976; Berg, 1968; Truchot, 1963; Hoeger, 1962; Jones, 1962; Miller, 1962 Lausten, 1989 McPeek, 1981 Stone, 1972; Mettler, 1966 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Schultz and Coppinger, 1989; Mettler, 1968; Wakefield, 1958 Long and Kundert, 2000; Flores and Keighin, 1993; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Keefer and Johnson, 1993; Nichols and Flores, 1993 Ahlbrandt et al., 1994 Martinsen, 1998; Martinsen et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995 Stone, 1967; Lawson and Smith, 1966; Summerford, 1952 Baker, 1962; Summerford et al., 1950; Summerford et al., 1949 Crowson, 1970 Garvin, 1971; Anonymous, 1970; Lane 1970b Parker, 1993; Moore, 1984b, 1986; Stone, 1986b; Berg and Tenney, 1967; Rea, 1958; Mallory, 1952 Meyer and Starck, 1992; Skeen and Ray, 1983; Redman, 1954 Orr, 1974; Lawson and Smith, 1966 Picard, 1977b Oldham, 1997; Henderson, 1991; DeBruin and Jones, 1989; Stone, 1972; Egbert and Armstrong, 1970; Biggs and McGregor, 1969 Blackstone, 1994 Meyer and Starck, 1992 Bollenbacher, 1958 Hall et al., 1997; Heymans, 1997; Whisonant and Hall, 1997; Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1985a,d, 1993; Gries, 1981; Morgan et al., 1978; Stone, 1967; Walton, 1947 Williams and Pitts, 1997 Heymans, 1998; Cordiner and Livingston, 1977; Lawson and Smith, 1966
Orpha Osage Paintrock Painter Reservoir Painter Reservoir East Pass Creek Patrick Draw Paul Pavillion Payne Pedro Pheasant Pickrel Ranch Pilot Butte Pine Mountain Pine Tree Pinedale Pineview Pioneer Pitchfork Poison Draw Poison Spider Poison Spider West Porcupine Powder River Powell Powell South Prairie Creek Prep Prong Creek Prong Creek West Quealy Dome Rainbow Ranch Rainbow Ranch N Ralston Rattlesnake Raven Creek Rawhide Butte Recluse Red Bird Red Desert Red Springs
Bauer, 1989 Baker, 1962 Geiser et al., 1988; Stone, 1985c Ring et al., 1999; Tillman, 1989; Frank et al., 1982; Lamerson, 1982; Frank and Gavlin, 1981; Lamb, 1980a,b Weatherl, 1998; Johnson, 1991; Singdahlson, 1991; Creek and Schrader, 1985; Frank et al., 1982; Lamerson, 1982; Frank and Gavlin, 1981 Stone, 1984 Iverson et al., 1995; Martinsen et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Slatt et al., 1995; Hendricks, 1994; Chang et al., 1993; Arp, 1992; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992; Yin et al., 1992; Keighin et al., 1989; Ryder et al., 1989; Scott et al., 1989; Richers et al., 1982, 1986; McPeek, 1981; Christenson, 1973; McCubbin and Brady, 1969; Weimer, 1965, 1966; Burton, 1961; Lawson and Crowson, 1961; Heppe, 1960 Stone, 1972 Flores and Keighin, 1993; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Keefer and Johnson, 1993; Ray, 1982; Bjorklund, 1978; Single, 1969 Mitchell and Rogers, 1993 Baker, 1962 Borah, 1997; Amsbury, 1967 Van West, 1972 Lane, 1957 Skeen and Ray, 1983 Wheeler and Gustason, 2001 Robinson, 2000b; Finch et al., 1997a; Fagan, 1996; Blackstone, 1993; Heasler and Surdam, 1992; Charpentier et al., 1986; Law and Dickinson, 1985; Dolenc, 1973; Martin and Shaughnessy, 1969; Jenkins, 1955 Jones and Drozd, 1983; Conner and Covlin, 1977 Colson, 1969; Foster, 1965 Carr-Crabaugh and Dunn, 1996; Inden and Coalson, 1996; Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1993; Peterson, 1983; Coe, 1967 Gay, 1997; Curry, 1986; Sabel, 1985; George, 1974 Edgerly, 1989; Skeen and Ray, 1983; Lawson, 1954a Clark, 1978; Beasley, 1954 Mitchell and Rogers, 1993; Sabel, 1985 Skeen and Ray, 1983 Ethridge et al., 1994; Heasler et al., 1994; Maucione et al., 1994; Curry, 1986; Hando, 1976 Johnson et al., 1995 Stone, 1972 Stone, 1972 Heisey, 1963 Mack and Smith, 1997; Gallivan and Handley, 1991 Stone, 1995; Blackstone, 1984, 1986; Stone, 1966, 1985b; Gries, 1983; Cardinal, 1970; West, 1953b Ware, 1963 Williams and Pitts, 1997; Smith, 1995; Fielding et al., 1994 Thompson, 1954 Anonymous, 1970; Lane, 1970c Smith and Larsen, 1997; Fryberger, 1984, 1986; Welsh and Taylor, 1985; Markert and AlSahaieb, 1984; Tranter and Kerns, 1972; Van West, 1972; Lucken, 1969; Allen, 1966; Tranter, 1963; Jones, 1962; Trotter, 1962 Law et al., 1991 Oldham, 1997; Henderson, 1991; Lin, 1981; Dalziel and Donovan, 1980; Meckel and Nath, 1977; Berg, 1976c; Shelton, 1972; Stone, 1972; Woncik, 1972; Egbert and Armstrong, 1970; Biggs and McGregor, 1969; Woncik, 1969; Hinton, 1968; Wulf, 1968 Ahlbrandt and Fox, 1966, 1997; Clayton et al., 1997; Ahlbrandt et al., 1994; Anonymous, 1971 Christenson, 1973 Stone, 1967
Reel Reno & Reno East Rex Lake Right-A-Way Riverton Dome Riverton East Road Hollow Robinson Ranch Rock River Rock Springs Rocky Ford Rocky Point Ross Rourke Gap Rozet Rozet East Rozet South Ruff Draw Rule Ryan Ryckman Creek Saddle Rock Sage Creek Sage Creek North Sage Creek West Sage Spring Creek Salt Creek Salt Creek East Salt Wells Sand Creek Sand Draw Sand Draw South Sand Dunes Sand Mesa Sandbar (East & West) Sapphire Savery School Creek Schrader Flats Sellers Draw Semlek West Seven-Mile Gulch Shannon Shawnee Shawnee Creek Sherard Dome Sherwood Shippy Shoshone
Markert and Al-Sahaieb, 1984 Lange, 1976b; Moore, 1975; Amsbury, 1967 Cardinal, 1970; Barlow, 1953b Mack and Smith, 1997 Estes Jackson et al., 2000, 2001; Stookey et al., 2001; Surdam et al., 2000a,b; Siguaw et al., 1999; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Keefer and Johnson, 1993; Agatson, 1957; Hinton, 1957 VanDorsten, 1970a Boettcher et al., 1984 Welsh and Taylor, 1985 Cardinal, 1970; Espach and Biggs, 1953 Zavala et al., 2001 Tenney, 1968 Kearns and Wilkins, 1972 Hando, 1976 Schenk et al., 1993; Fryberger, 1984, 1986, 1990; George, 1984 Vinopal, 1997; MacGowan et al., 1994; von Drehle, 1985; Achauer, 1983; Stone, 1972; Biggs and McGregor, 1969; Waterman, 1962 Van West, 1972 Achauer, 1980 Henderson, 1991 Mack and Smith, 1997 Martinsen, 1994; Surdam et al., 1994; Dickinson and Matthews, 1993; McGee et al., 1989; Gibson, 1987; Williams and Dixon, 1985; Zielinski et al., 1985; Jones and Drozd, 1983; Nichols and Jacobson, 1982; Lamerson, 1982; Frank and Gavlin, 1981; Abernathy, 1977; Conner and Covlin, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977; Pacht, 1977; Webel, 1977 Pritchard, 1993 Shebl, 1995; Stone, 1993; Erslev, 1985; Spang et al., 1985; Pedry, 1975b; Harnett, 1968; Stone, 1967; Lawson and Smith, 1966; Elmer, 1959; Kirkwood, 1957 Willis and Groshong, 1993; Kirkwood, 1957; Lane, 1957 Pedry, 1975b Mack and Warren, 1984; Johnson, 1958 Billo, 1996; Hansley and Nuccio, 1992; Edgerly, 1989; Curry, 1986; Meyer and McGee, 1985; Momper and Williams, 1984; Barlow and Haun, 1966, 1970; Mallory, 1949 Stone, 1986b; Moore, 1975; Hillis, 1958 House, 1955 Harris, 1952a Edgerly, 1989; Krambert, 1948b Taylor, 1957 Perkins et al., 2001b Johnson and Rice, 1993; Keefer and Johnson, 1993 Stone, 1972; Stone, 1970a; Biggs and McGregor, 1969 von Drehle, 1985 Beer and Repp, 1955 Mitchell and Rogers, 1993 Picard, 1978; Jenkins, 1971 Johnson and Finn, 1998 Tholstrom, 1976 Lausten, 1989; Pritchett, 1985; Gries, 1983; Cardinal, 1970 Parker, 1958 Blackstone, 1988; Headley, 1958 Bauer, 1989; McCoy et al., 1951 Krampert, 1951g Parker, 1993; Paape, 1958 Specht, 1988 Love, 1978
Shute Creek Siberia Ridge Silo Silver Tip Silver Tip South Simpson Ridge Skull Creek Slattery Slick Creek Soda Wells East South Fork South Glenrock Spearhead Ranch Spring Creek Spring Valley Springen Ranch Springer Stagecoach Draw Standard Draw Star Corral State Line Steamboat Butte Steinle Ranch Stewart Store Storm Shelter Sulphur Creek Sun Ranch Sunshine North Sussex Sussex West Swan Swan West Table Rock Table Rock SW Taylor Ranch Teapot Dome Teapot East Tepee Flats Terry Timber Creek
Stonecipher et al., 1997; Johnson et al., 1995; Stonecipher et al., 1984; Winn and Smithwick, 1980; Myers, 1977 Evans et al., 2000, 2001; Sturm et al., 2001; Clark et al., 1999; Martinsen et al., 1995; GarciaGonzalez and Surdam, 1992; McPeek, 1981 Claypool, 1998; Oldham, 1996; Svoboda, 1995; Brown and Johnson, 1993; Sonnenberg and Weimer, 1993; Davis and Benson, 1992; Lacy et al., 1992; Stark, 1992; Stell and Brown, 1992; Merin and Moore, 1986 Johnson and Lindsley-Griffin, 1986; Stone, 1967; Thompson, 1954; McCoy et al., 1951 Keefer, 1998; Stone, 1975, 1993 Veronda, 1951d Janeczo, 1979; Lane, 1970; Baker, 1962; Jones, 1958; Summerford et al., 1950 Schoeling and Mark, 2000; Sheppy, 1986; Van West, 1972 Coalson and Inden, 1990; Anonymous, 1970; Lane, 1970d; Harris, 1952b Stone, 1972; Stewart, 1969a Lane, 1970e Gries et al., 1992; Blackstone, 1988; Gries, 1983; Magara, 1975; Stone and Hoeger, 1973, 1975; Curry and Curry, 1972; Runge, 1968; Curry, 1954; Curry and Curry, 1954 Curry, 1986; Hawkins and Formhals, 1985; Winn et al., 1983; Merewether and Claypool, 1980; Tillman and Almon, 1977; Lange, 1976a; Prescott, 1975 Peterson, 1983; Stone, 1967 Powers, 1977; Hauptman, 1950 Surdam et al., 1994; Stone, 1972; VanDorsten, 1971 Ahlbrandt and Groen, 1987 Caldero-Baird et al., 2001; Kovach et al., 2001a,b Horn and Schrooten, 2001a,b; Burch and Cluff, 1997, 1998; Smith, 1998; Shaver and Towler, 1997; Surdam, 1997; Iverson and Surdam, 1995; Iverson et al., 1995; Martinsen et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992 Anonymous, 1969 Colson, 1969 Wager, 1993; Picard, 1977b; Lane, 1957; McCabe and Walker, 1948 Perkins et al., 2001b; Kolhaas, 1982; Reid, 1976 Van West, 1972 Stone, 1972 Stonecipher et al., 1984; Winn and Smithwick, 1980; Myers, 1977; Powers, 1977; Hauptman, 1950 Tillman, 1998; Pritchard, 1993 Shebl, 1995; Andrews and Higgins, 1984 Holland et al., 1986; Headley, 1958; Padden, 1958; Parker, 1958 Harding, 1974 Lausten, 1989; Ryer et al., 1987 Schultz and Lafollette, 1989 Dickinson, 2001; Vinopal et al., 1999; Purcell and Huck, 1998; Martinsen et al., 1995; Russell and Stone, 1995; Surdam et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Mulholland, 1994; Robinson, 1993; Yin et al., 1992; Ryder et al., 1989; Dickinson, 1992; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Heasler and Surdam, 1992; Martinsen and Christensen, 1992; McPeek, 1981; Colson, 1969; Weimer, 1965; Mees et al., 1961; Heppe, 1960; White, 1955 White, 1955 Reisser and Blanke, 1989 Cooper and Goodwin, 1998; Chenboonthai and Hazlett, 1997; Fausnaugh, 1997; Giangiacomo et al., 1997; Williams and Pitts, 1997; Doll et al., 1995; Olsen et al., 1993; Hansley and Nuccio, 1992; Beinkafner, 1986; Chappelle et al., 1986; Curry, 1977 Eaton, 1958 Blackstone, 1990; Ray and Berg, 1985; Gries, 1983; Skeen and Ray, 1983; Sprague, 1983 Wellborn, 1975 Welsh and Taylor, 1985; Van West, 1972; Boyd and McKee, 1963
Tip Top Tisdale Tisdale North Todd Torchlight Trabing Trail Triangle U Ute Vermillion Creek Waltman Wamsutter Waugh Dome Well Draw Wertz Westside Canal Wheat Draw Whiskey Buttes Whistle Creek Whitetail Whitney Canyon Wild Rose Wildhorse Creek Willow Creek Willow Draw Wilson Ranch Winkleman Dome Winter Draw Wood Worland Yellow Creek
Edman and Cook, 1992; Webel, 1977, 1987; Edman and Surdam, 1984a,b; Blackstone, 1977; Dunnewald and Gorton, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977; Picard, 1977b; McDonald, 1973; Wheeler, 1971; Shipp and Dunnewald, 1962; Krueger, 1960; Michael, 1960; Howe, 1955 Hudson, 1949 Eckelberg, 1958; Picard, 1978 Charoen-Pakdi and Fox, 1989 Lorenz et al., 1997; Grantz, 1981; Keith and McCaleb, 1978; Stone, 1967; Willingham and Howard, 1965; Stewart et al., 1953 Lange, 1976b Iverson et al., 1995; Yin and Surdam, 1995; Garcia-Gonzalez and Surdam, 1992; Foster, 1965 Anderman, 1976 von Drehle, 1985; Stone, 1972; Biggs and McGregor, 1969 Gras, 1955b Natali et al., 2000; Johnson and Keighin, 1998; Anthony et al., 1997; Johnson and Rice, 1993; Skeen and Ray, 1983; Lockridge, 1970c; Arro, 1969 Zavala et al., 2001; Henry et al., 1999; Kordziel et al., 1996; Yin and Surdam, 1995; McPeek, 1981 Hoffman and Powell, 1996; Stone, 1993 Mitchell and Rogers, 1993; Conner et al., 1989; Coughlan and Steidtmann, 1984; Curry, 1976; Isbell et al., 1976 Williams and Pitts, 1997; Wellborn and Wold, 1993; Dolson et al., 1991; Kleinsteiber, 1990; Krampert, 1951h; Pott and Devore, 1951 Colson, 1969; Cronoble, 1969 Kendell and Bechtold, 1993 Cluff et al., 1997; Stonecipher et al., 1997; Winn and Smithwick, 1980; Myers, 1977 Kistler, 1952 Stone, 1972 Dickinson and Matthews, 1993; Sieverding and Harris, 1991; Sieverding and Royce, 1990; Benson, 1989; McGee et al., 1989; Harris et al., 1988; Couples et al., 1987; Webel, 1987; Bartberger, 1985; Williams and Dixon, 1985; Zielinski et al., 1985; Bishop, 1982; Hoffman and Balcells-Baldwin, 1982; Hoffman and Kelly, 1981; Judd and Sacrison, 1979; Kelly and Hine, 1977 Keighin et al., 1989 Martinsen, 1994; Martinsen et al., 1994 Stone, 1994; Evans and Barrett, 1977; Woodward, 1960 Stone, 1996; Wardwell, 1975 Stonecipher et al., 1997; Schultz and Lafollette, 1989; Stonecipher et al., 1984; Winn and Smithwick, 1980; Myers, 1977 Willis and Groshong, 1993; Pollock and Buxton, 1969; Agatson, 1957; Kirkwood, 1957; Lane, 1957; McCabe and Walker, 1948 Smith and Larsen, 1997 Sellars and Hawkins, 1992; Mettler, 1968; Runge, 1968; Bolyard and MacGregor, 1966 Stone, 1985c; Stone, 1967; Wold, 1952 Bruce, 1988; Geiser et al., 1988; Couples et al., 1987; Lamerson, 1982; Moklestad, 1979; Abernathy, 1977; Conner and Covlin, 1977; Kelly and Hine, 1977
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Anderson, T.C., 1982, Exploration history and hydrocarbon potential of the Ordovician Winnipeg Formation in the southern Williston Basin, Fourth International Williston Basin Symposium p. 19-25. Richardton (ND) Anderson, T.C., 1992, Structural geology of the Circle Ridge Oil Field, Fremont County, Wyoming (abstract): AAPG Bulletin, v. 76, no. 8, p. 1255. Circle Ridge (WY) Anderson, T.C., and P.J. O'Connell, 1993, Structural geology of the Circle Ridge Oilfield, Fremont County, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association Special Symposium on Oil and other Resources of the Wind River Basin, p. 399-418. Circle Ridge (WY) Andrew, J.A., 1985, The art and science of interpreting stratigraphy from seismic data, in R.R. Gries and R.C. Dyer, eds., Seismic Exploration of the Rocky Mountain Region, RMAG and DGS Symposium, p. 95-103. Stanley (ND); Haybarn, Maysdorf (WY) Andrew, S.G., 1965, The Rock Springs Uplift, a history of mineral exploration and exploitation: Wyoming Geological Association 20th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 231-233. Baxter Basin (WY) Andrews, S., and L.S. Higgins, 1984, Influence of depositional facies on hydrocarbon production in the Tensleep Sandstone, Big Horn Basin, Wyoming: A working hypothesis: Wyoming Geological Association 35th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 183-197. Black Mountain, Horse Creek, Sunshine North (WY) Anonymous, 1966, The Moulton Pool, Toole County, Montana and Alberta, Canada: Billings Geological Society 17th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 186-190. Moulton (MT) Anonymous, 1969, Star Corral, Sublett, County, Wyoming: Earth Science Bulletin, v. 2, no. 4, p. 36-38. Star Corral (WY) Anonymous, 1970, Greater Slick Creek, Washakie County, Wyoming: Earth Science Bulletin (mid-bulletin supplement), v. 3, no. 3, 5 p. Nowater Creek, Rattlesnake, Slick Creek (WY) Anonymous, 1971, Red Bird Field, Niobrara County, Wyoming: Earth Science Bulletin (mid-bulletin supplement), v. 4, no. 4, 4 p. Red Bird (WY) Anthony, W.L., R.R. Keagy, C.H. Huffman, and S.F. Ball, 1997, Optimization of long interval completions in the Lance Formation, Waltman Field, Wind River Basin, Wyoming (abstract): AAPG Bulletin, v. 81, no. 7, p. 1218. Waltman (WY) Aram, R.B., 1993a, Geologic controls of Tyler sand: Lessons from the Sumatra Field area: Montana Geological Society Field Conference Guidebook to Energy and Mineral Resources of Central Montana, p. 169-178. Stensvad, Sumatra (MT) Aram, R.B., 1993b, Source rock study of central Montana: Montana Geological Society Field Conference Guidebook to Energy and Mineral Resources of Central Montana, p. 179-193. Cat Creek, Crooked Creek, Mason Lake, Sumatra (MT) Arbuckle, W.K., and E.A. Riggs, 1996, Discovery of Enigma Field, Washakie County, Wyoming: Wyoming Geological Association 47th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 93-108. Enigma (WY) Arp, G. K., 1992, An integrated interpretation for the origin of the Patrick Draw Oil Field sage anomaly: AAPG Bulletin, v. 76, no. 3, p. 301-306. Patrick Draw (WY) Arro, E., 1969, Waltman Field: Wyoming Geological Association 21st Field Conference Guidebook, p. 105110. Waltman (WY) Arro, E., 1976a, Deadman Creek Field: Wyoming Geological Association 28th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 115-120. Deadman Creek (WY)
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