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Spacer ImagePublication 144: Geology, Natural Gas, Oil, and Other Mineral Resources of Wise County, Virginia
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J.E. Nolde, 8.5 x 11-inch soft cover book, 38 pages, one plate includes folded 45 x 39-inch color 1:50,000-scale geologic map with well locations, 8 ļ¬gures, seven tables, 1996. Discussion of geologic structure and stratigraphy for Wise County, Virginia and its relationship to gas and oil. Production history for gas and oil documented with reserve potential. Stratigraphic section reported ranges from pre-Cambrian basement through Pennsylvanian Harlan Formation. Overview of natural gas, oil and coalbed methane history with details for the Bear Creek, Black Creek, Flat Gap, Flatwoods, Glamorgan, High Knob, Meade Creek, Nora and Roaring Fork gas fields. Brief review of coal, clay and shale, limestone and dolostone, iron and manganese and sandstone, sand and gravel resources. Appendices include annual production summary of natural gas and oil from 1953-1995, summary of wells drilled from 1890-1995 (file number, operator, landowner, well number, status, completion date, surface elevation, producing formation). Geologic map depicts surface bedrock exposures, regional structure, and location of wells.
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