Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1970 · Page 3
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 3

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Oilfield Roundup By THE ASSOCIATED PRES Petroleum Information, Den ver-based industry publication said today that oil produetioi CALL . TUB "HOUSE DOCTOR" ·- Complete 1-Stop Service Material! -- Labor -- Financing -- Room Addi lions -- Repairs -- R modeling. · FREE ESTIMATES Everitt Lumber Co. 2406 10th Street Phone 352-5171 from the Mississippian sand in Southeastern Colorado is averaging almost 5,000 barrels per day. Since the Brandon Field was discovered in 1966, Mississippian production is estimated to have exceeded 4.2 million barrels. The report said several other pools along the 34-mile Brandon to Smoke Creek trend in Kiowa and Cheyenne counties have added materially to the Mississippian outlook In the general area of the Las Animas Arch. P-I said 17 wells along the trend have been completed this year. In Colorado's Logan County a wildcat, 1 Hinaldo NW NW 20- 8N-52W, has been scheduled to test the J sand at about. 4,600 feet. The operators are Knight Miller Oil, South Texas Development, Triangle-J Oil and Braden-Gear Drilling. Hire are developments from other states in the report: Utah-Shell Oil completed 1 Mile SW NE 35-1S-RW in Duchesne County for 1,150 barrels of oil per day from the Wasatch sand at 12,910-942 feet. Quintana Petroleum of Houston plans to drill 1 USA NE SW 1-27S-16E in Wayne County, aiming for the Mississippian at a b o u t 6,500 feet. New Mexico -- Gulf Oil has drilled below 480 feet at 1 Torreon NW SE 12-18N-5W in McKinley County with the target sand the pre-Cambrisn at 9,200. El Paso Natural Gas will test the Mesaverde at about 5,700 feet at 65-Y San Juan 30-6 NW SW 13-30N-7W. Wyoming-- Another Campbell County well, 2 Keeline NW NE 7-44N-70W, has been completed by Anderson Oil for 1,080 barrels of oil per day from the Mudday Sand at 9,521-25 feet. Buttes Oil Gas of Denver will drill a Fremont County wildcat, 4 Pony Creek NW SE 27- 38N-92W, to about 12,500 feet. Nebraska -- Oil flowed in 25 minutes in a drillsteam test of the J sand at 5,060-68 feet at Exeter Drilling's 3-11 Underdown NE SW 3-12N-51W in Cheyenne County. The oil flow was not gauged. The well is an apparent extension of the Southwest Sidney Field. will drill a 13,500-foot test to the Red Kiver sand at 1 NE SW 29-15«N-102W Harstad in Williams County, 11 miles northeast of the Round Prarie Field In Bottineau County Marathon Oil plans to drill 1 Adams NW SW 33-1G1N-82W to the Winnipegosis sand at about 6,750 feet. Montana -- Placid Oil has Guide to Books ANOTHER PART OF THE HOUSE. By Winston M. Estes. pincott. Boys have been the narrator of some pretty solid tales. The boy who tells this one is speuk- Tues., May 26, 1970 RHEELEY TRIBUNE Page 8 drilled below 3,300 feet at 21-16]ing from a little town in the Brewer SE SE 21-2S55E in Carter County and below 5,300 feet at 0-132 SE SE 35-4S-52E in Powder River C o u n t y . Both have the Muddy sand as their objectives. Union Oil of California has gone below 10,575 ftet Texas panhandle back in the 1930s--a place and time when drought, dust storms and the Great Depression were making life miserable for a great many people. This is a family story about 21E, a wildcat in Carbon County. LAGOS -- Priests revolution- at 1-USA -A30 NE NE 30-9S- the Morrisons--Papa (who runs a drug store), Mama, Tad (who who comes to stay when he is out of work. Larry has his problems, growing up in a time of stress. He has Tad as a hero figure and, Uncle Calvin as an example of the wrong side of life. He jdoesn't really comprehend his ! father's fight against the Depression, but realizes that his father is a kindly, honest man who tries to help his neighbors. There is a tragedy, and one of the main themes of the story is that a family stands together at limes of stress. There may be reachers who will feel this is a novel of loo tional warmth. Estes' first novel is a good one. 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