The Salt Creek oil field, Natrona County, Wyo, Issue 4

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S.A. Bristol Co., Printers, 1912 - Petroleum - 75 pages
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Page 3 - The field work on which this report is based was carried -on in
Page 8 - In report of the Governor of Wyoming to the Secretary of the Interior.
Page 9 - water resources of the central Great Plains. US Geol. Survey Professional Paper No. 32.
Page 64 - distilled off, or after the oils were "skimmed", as this process is called in the trade. There is no doubt that these oils, besides being valuable for fuel, would yield the fine lubricants characteristic of most refining oils. For this, the small amount of asphalt would be only slightly detrimental. Cylinder
Page 64 - of good grade can be obtained by distilling off carefully the lighter parts of the oil. Ordinary machine oils and other lubricants could be obtained by distilling the oil down to dryness and cutting the
Page 64 - but they are by no means as good for this purpose as the light Salt Creek oils. It is evident that these oils would ordinarily be used
Page 64 - according to specific gravity, extracting any paraffin wax which might develop, and then purifying the oil by treatment with sulphuric acid, filtration, etc., in the ordinary way.
Page 64 - for fuel, for which they would require practically no preliminary treatment, although the fuel oil would also be good after the illuminating fraction was
Page 8 - 1893 KNIGHT, WC Notes on the mineral resources of the State. Wyoming Experiment Station Bulletin No. 14.
Page 18 - feet above the base of the formation, is a thin bed of

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