The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1952 · Page 25
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; f r _ v .0 ,i ••»,..« •* JHE-8AY7OWN SUN, THURSDAY; JUNE, £ 1,952 %..; DRAGS': ^-A block of located Jn the Midwest areas to Amer- er by the^In J Petroleum Association Miree-fourihs of* the reserves he area, which *as, Oklahoma,_Ne\v Mexico, Arkansas; Colorado, Louisiana and Kansas. "The oil producing industry in your state," a volume just released by the IPAA, estimates America's proved reserves at more than 32 billion barrels. This was for 27 producing stales as of December 1951. ' « eB VS,. of l! i e U " S - total - or some 25 billion barrels, is located in the seven states mentioned. Texas lead? 'the reserve parade with more than 18 billion barrels or more than one half the nation's" total. Perhaps of even greater signifi- licance is that five of the seven key states increased their proved reserves last year, some by as much as two billion barrels. Arkansas and Colorado were'the only ones to suffer -slight decreases in their reserves last year. On the dollars and cents side the • same big seven ' also have struck it'rich, as far as petroleum is ; . concerned. Total value of. oil and gas produced in'America during 1951 was estimated at 50,673,810,000. Approximately 54,958,000,000 of this amount Came from the same seven states holding most of the reserves, miles long arid composed" of both • The Sinclair Oil Corp.'announces 22-inch and* 24-inch, lines, its new big inch pipeline; 'which The Phillips Petroleum ^Co., will extend from Cushing, Okla., to headquartered in 'Bartle'sville, Ok' East Chicago, Ind., is now about, la.; will celebrate .its 35th anni- 25 per cent complete. * „ versary June 13., Company officials say the new Phillips started out in 1917 as a pine, which is being built to re- small oft producing company with place existing Sinclair -lines, .will 27 employes and has since grown cost an estimated S52 million, The^to one of the nation's major busi- pipeline will be approximately 675 nesses. ae F1TCHBURG, Mass.. 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