PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS IN OKLAHOMA. L. C. Snider, A. M.

PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS IN OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Harlow-Ratliff Company, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. A comprehensive review of the oil and gas industry of Oklahoma, and the prospects for the future development of the industry. A large portion of the book is dedicated to descriptions of the producing fields and discussion of the conditions in these fields. The geology of the state is considered with regards to the occurrence of oil and gas in the developed areas and the probable or possible occurrence of these resources elsewhere. Also includes notes on the methods of prospecting for oil and gas, the use of geology as a guide for prospecting, and modes of transportation. Octavo: 196 p. with 37 figures and 4 folding plates. Original green cloth binding, with gilt titles. The ink signature of geologist R.L. Heaton and the ink stamp of petroleum engineer Horace N. "Hank" Goodell appear on the front flyleaf. The boards are edgeworn, more so at the corners and tips; else about very good. Very good. Item #73963

Price: $125.00

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