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1alt 30 feet Allendale field anticline barrels base black shale Carbondale Carbondale formation Carlinville Caroline Smith coal bed Colchester Colchester and Macomb Colmar field Colmar oil field contains contour line crest deposited depth Devonian drilled Dry Dry Dry east elevation elongate dome erosion favorable feet higher feet thick fold Geological Survey Griggsby Herrin Hoing sand holes horizon Huntsville Illinois River Keokuk lens lenses Litchfield located loess logs Louis limestone Macomb quadrangles Maquoketa shale McLeansboro miles Mississippian Murphysboro name and number Niagaran northeast northwest Ohio Oil oil and gas oil and salt oil sand oil-bearing outcrops overlying penetrated Pennsylvanian Pennsylvanian series places Plate porous position Pottsville Pottsville formation probably Prod production region reported rocks Rushville Salem salt water sandy shale Schuyler County sea level second lime Shoal Creek show of oil shown southeast southwest strata Stratigraphy structure surface syncline terrace thin Trenton unconformities vicinity
Page 87 - In an effort to find a lower coal seam sufficiently thick to be profitably mined, a hole was drilled in the bottom of the shaft which passed into oil-bearing sand at a depth of 255 feet below the coal and 682 feet below the surface. The salt water at first threatened to flood the mine, but the hole was successfully plugged, though oil leaked into the mine and was skimmed from the mine water for several years. The oil was a heavy lubricating oil and was associated with salt water and gas. Xo great...
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