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PETROLEUM INDUSTRY 

IN 
ILLINOIS, 

1979 



Oil and Gas Developments 

Jacob Van Den Berg 

Waterflood Operations 

Jaclyn Rendall Elyn L 



Illinois Institute of Natural Resources 

STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DIVISION 

Jack A. Simon, Chief 

Illinois Petroleum 120/1981 




Petroleum industry in Illinois, 1979 / by Jacob Van Den Berg 
and Jaclyn Rendall Elyn. - Champaign, 111. : State Geological 
Survey Division, 1981. 

132 p. ; 28 cm. - (Illinois petroleum ; 120) 
Contents: Oil and gas developments, by Jacob Van Den Berg. 
Waterflood operations, by Jaclyn Rendall Elyn. 

1. Petroleum industry and trade- Illinois. 

I. Van Den Berg, Jacob. II. Elyn, Jaclyn Rendall. III. Series. 



Printed by the authority of the State of Illinois 
Illinois Petroleum 120/1981/2000 



ILLINOIS 



STATE GEOLOGICAL. SURREY 




3 3051 00004 9381 



PETROLEUM INDUSTRY 

IN 
ILLINOIS, 

1979 

Oil and Gas Developments 

Jacob Van Den Berg 

Waterf lood Operations •^J?** |J>\ * 

Jaclyn Rendall Elyn 



Illinois Petroleum 120/1981 

ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Natural Resources Building 

615 East Peabody Drive 

Champaign, IL 61820 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 



http://archive.org/details/petroleumindustr120vand 



CONTENTS 

Part I. Oil and Gas Developments 

Oil production and value 1 

1979 drilling 1 

Discoveries 2 

Exploration 2 

Fields revived and abandoned 4 

Geologic column 4 

Crude oil reserves 4 

Productive acreage 4 

Gas production 4 

Underground storage of liquefied petroleum gas 6 

Underground storage of natural gas 6 

Surface storage of liquefied natural gas 6 

Part II. Waterflood Operations 

Summary of secondary recovery operations 71 

Explanation of tables 71 

Conclusions 71 



TABLES 

1 A. Summary of oil and gas drilling activity 

and oil production in 1979 7 

IB. Summary of underground natural gas 

storage drilling activity in 1979 8 

2. Discovery wells of 3 new fields in 1979 8 

3. Discovery wells of 33 extensions to fields 

in 1979 8 

4. Discovery wells of 23 new pay zones in fields 

in 1979 10 

5. Selected unsuccessful deep tests in 1979 11 

6. Underground storage facilities for liquefied 

petroleum gases in Illinois, January 1, 1980 11 

7. Active underground natural gas storage 

projects in Illinois— January 1, 1980 12 

8. Illinois oil field statistics, 1979 15 

9. Illinois gas field statistics, 1979 65 

10. Project numbers by county and summary 

of waterflood projects in 1979 73 

1 1. Waterflood operations in Illinois, 1979 74 

12. Illinois waterfloods for 1979 by counties 128 

13. Illinois oil fields having active waterfloods 

during 1979 129 

14. Summary of waterflood statistics, 1949-1979 132 

FIGURES 

1 . Major tectonic features of Illinois and their 

relations to significant holes drilled during 1979 3 

2. Generalized geologic column of southern Illinois 5 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 
The cooperation of many individuals and companies in the oil and gas 
industry makes this report possible. We appreciate their cooperation. 



PETROLEUM INDUSTRY 

IN 
ILLINOIS, 

1979 



ABSTRACT 

Illinois produced 21,792,755 barrels of crude oil in 1979, 
a decrease of 6.7 percent from 1978. The value of this 
crude oil is estimated to be $436 million. 

New test holes drilled for oil and gas numbered 1 ,087— 
52 more than in 1978. These tests resulted in 627 oil wells, 
15 gas wells, and 445 dry holes. In addition, 30 former 
dry holes were reworked or deepened, then recompleted 
as producers (28 oil, 2 gas); and 19 former producers were 
reentered and recompleted as oil producers in new pay 
zones. In oil and gas exploration and development, including 
service wells and structure tests, total footage drilled in 
1979 was 3,035,880, a decrease of 1.2 percent from 1978. 

Of the 1 ,087 newly drilled tests for oil and gas, 182, or 
16.7 percent, were half a mile or more from production 
(wildcats); 35 were completed as producers, a success ratio 
of 19.2 percent. Forty-nine of the wildcats were drilled 
more than 1.5 miles from production (wildcat fars). They 
resulted in 3 producers, a success ratio of 6.1 percent. 

In 1979, 190 service wells (water input, salt water 
disposal, etc.) were reported, a decrease of 16.3 percent 
from 1978. Of these, 77 were newly drilled wells; and 
113 were old wells, mostly former producers, converted 
to service wells. 

Only 2 structure tests were reported in connection 
with oil exploration and development. 

Three oil fields, 23 new pay zones in fields, and 33 
extensions to fields were discovered in 1979. 

Three new watertlood projects were reported by their 
respective operators and 17 projects were abandoned. 
New projects increased the area subject to fluid injection 
by 1 10 pay acres. 

Secondary recovery production was estimated at 
12,249,100 barrels of crude oil. Waterfloods accounted 
for 12,114,300 barrels, or 55.6 percent of the state total; 
and pressure maintenance projects reported 134,800 
barrels, or 0.6 percent of the state total. 



Part I. Oil and Gas Developments 

Jacob Van Den Berg 



OIL PRODUCTION AND VALUE 

Illinois oil fields produced 21,792,755 barrels of 
crude oil in 1979. Production decreased 6.7 percent 
- 1 ,569, 1 64 barrels less than in 1 978. 

Table 1A lists by counties the number of holes 
drilled, the footage drilled, and the oil production 
in 1979. Holes drilled are classified as tests for oil 
and gas, service wells, and structure tests. The oil 
production and other data for each of the oil fields 
in Illinois are shown in table 8. 

Crude oil production figures by fields are re- 
ceived from one source, the production figure for 
the state as a whole from another. The latter source 
is considered to be more accurate concerning the 
state's entire production. The discrepancy in fig- 
ures from the two sources is accounted for by the 
254,1 15 barrels of crude oil for which the field and 
county assignments are unknown (tables 1 A and 8). 

Ten counties had more than 600,000 barrels of 
oil production each in 1979. Their combined pro- 
duction accounted for 76.7 percent of the total oil 
production of Illinois: 



County 



1979 production 
(bbl) 



Percentage of 
state's total 



White 


3,112,980 


14.3 


Wayne 


2,987,724 


13.7 


Lawrence 


2,195,038 


10.1 


Marion 


2,140,226 


9.8 


Fayette 


1,765,949 


8.1 


Crawford 


1,309,213 


6.0 


Wabash 


894,608 


4.1 


Clay 


887,162 


4.1 


Richland 


747,732 


3.4 


Jefferson 


679,642 


3.1 


TOTAL 


16,720,274 


76.7 



The fields in Illinois that produced more than 
200,000 barrels of oil each in 1979 accounted for 
67.1 percent of the state's total production: 





1979 production 


Percentage of 


Field* 


(bbl) 


state's total 


Southeastern Illinois 


3,883,602 


17.8 


oil fieldt 






Clay City C 


2,913,675 


13.4 


Salem C 


1,978,877 


9.1 


Louden 


1,730,020 


7.9 


New Harmony C 


1,443,589 


6.6 


Phillipstown C 


610,689 


2.8 


Sailor Springs C 


516,386 


2.4 


Keenville 


402,175 


1.8 


Roland C 


371,697 


1.7 


Johnsonville C 


317,110 


1.4 


DaleC 


253,231 


1.2 


Storms C 


211,008 


1.0 


TOTAL 


14,632,059 


67.1 



* C = Consolidated 

t Comprising Allendale and Main Consolidated fields, and 
Clark County and Lawrence County Divisions in table 8. 

The estimated value of crude oil produced in 
Illinois in 1979 is $436 million. 



1979 DRILLING 

In 1979, 1,309 wells were completed as a result of 
oil and gas exploration and development (table 1A), 
substantially equivalent to 1,331 completions in 
1978. These wells include new holes drilled as oil 
and gas tests; former dry holes reworked or deep- 
ened, then recompleted as producers; former pro- 
ducers reworked or deepened, then recompleted as 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



producers in new pay zones; new holes drilled as 
service wells and old holes converted to service 
wells; and structure tests. 

In testing for oil and gas, 1,087 new holes were 
drilled in 1979, compared with 1,035 in 1978. 
Wells in secondary and tertiary recovery projects 
are included. These tests resulted in 627 oil wells, 
15 gas wells, and 445 dry holes. In addition, 30 for- 
mer dry holes were reworked or deepened and re- 
completed as producers (28 oil, 2 gas), and 19 for- 
mer producers were reentered and recompleted as 
oil producers in new pay zones. A total of 190 ser- 
vice wells (water input, salt water disposal, etc.) 
was reported in 1979, a decrease of 16.3 percent 
from 1978; these included 77 new wells drilled and 
113 old wells converted to service wells. Only 2 
structure tests were reported in connection with 
oil exploration and development. 

Discoveries 

Three oil fields, 23 new pay zones in fields, and 33 
extensions to fields were discovered in 1979 
(fig. 1; tables 2, 3, and 4). All of the new fields 
produce from the Mississippian. Of the 23 new 
pay zones, 21 are of Mississippian age, 1 is Devonian, 
and 1 is Ordovician. 

Of the new fields, Burnt Prairie Southwest in 
White County appears to be the most significant. 
By the end of the year, 21 producers had been 
reported. Production is predominantly from the 
McClosky lime, but there is also production from 
the Aux Vases sand, and minor amounts from the 
Ohara lime and Spar Mountain sand. Combined 
initial daily production was 1,919 barrels of oil 
or an average of 91 barrels. One McClosky well 
had a reported initial daily production of 360 bar- 
rels. Kell East field in Jefferson County had 7 wells. 
Production is from St. Louis lime. Combined initial 
daily production was 763 barrels. Woodlawn North 
field has only 1 well, a McClosky producer that 
initialled for 3 barrels of oil per day. 

Exploration 

Of the 1,087 new tests for oil and gas in 1979, 
182 (16.7 percent) were wildcats (0.5 miles or 
more from production). Thirty-five of the wildcats 
were completed as producers, a success ratio of 
19.2 percent. Of the 133 wildcats drilled between 
0.5 and 1.5 miles from production (wildcat nears), 
32 were producers, a success ratio of 24. 1 percent. 



The 49 wildcats drilled more than 1.5 miles from 
production (wildcat fars) resulted in 3 producers, 
a success ratio of 6.1 percent. 

Forty-one of the 44 counties in which new oil 
and gas tests were drilled had at least one wildcat 
test, including wildcat nears and wildcat fars. 
White County led with 24 wildcats, followed by 
Jasper (16), Clay (15), Jefferson (14), Wayne (1 1), 
Hamilton (9), and Crawford (8). 

Deeper production was discovered in 8 oil 
fields in 1979: St. Louis production in Benton 
North; Salem production in Iuka, Omega, and 
Walpole; Ullin production in Bessie and Ellery 
East; Fort Payne production in Mt. Carmel; and 
Trenton production in St. Jacob East. 

Unsuccessful tests to find deeper production 
were drilled in 30 fields in 1979. The deepest 
zones tested and the fields are as follows: Aux 
Vases in Iola Central; McClosky in Cravat West; 
St. Louis in Miletus; Salem in Ab Lake West, 
Coil North, Exchange East, Hidalgo East, Kell 
East, Roaches, and Yale; Ullin in Albion Con- 
solidated, Beman, Centerville East, Claremont, 
Hoodville East, Johnsonville Consolidated, Mark- 
ham City West, Olney Consolidated, Phillipstown 
Consolidated, and Samsville Northwest; Fort 
Payne in Gards Point Consolidated and Springerton 
South; Devonian in Benton North, Bungay Con- 
solidated, Divide Consolidated, Iola South, Louis- 
ville North, and Storms Consolidated; and Silurian 
in Calhoun Consolidated and Louisville. 

Testing of the Salem and Ullin continued at a 
significant, although lower, rate in 1979. Of 
1,134 tests, including old wells drilled deeper, 
237 (21 percent) bottomed in the Salem or Ullin. 
Of all tests drilled, 83 were completed as Salem 
producers and 20 as Ullin producers. Of the 23 
new pay zones discovered in fields, 5 are Salem and 
3 are Ullin. 

Production in Maple Grove Consolidated field 
in Wayne County was extended to the west (#31, 
table 3, fig. 1). Five wells in this area of the field 
were reported by the end of the year. One of the 
wells, a McClosky producer, had an initial pro- 
duction of 288 barrels of oil, flowing. Another 
initialled for 482 barrels of oil a day from Spar 
Mountain and McClosky. A number of permits 
have been issued to drill additional wells in the 
area. Maple Grove Consolidated was discovered 
in 1943. 



ILLINOIS STATI (il OLOGICAL SURVLY/ILLINOIS PhTROLLUM 120 







4-36 



Extensions to fields 
toble 3 



SCLAYCITY 
^'ANTICLINAL 



s. L « j"b L *""\ f Aul t SYSTEM 



6,13,35-52 New poy zones in fields, toble 4 

53-59 Selected unsuccessful deep tests 

toble 5 



FLUORSPAR AREA 
COMPLEX 



-COTTAGE GROVE 
j FAULT SYSTEM 



i "?<£> y FAULT COH 

\rr-f <b„ 



Figure 1. Major tectonic features of Illinois and their relations to significant holes drilled during 1979. Numbered holes shown are listed 
in tables 2, 3, 4, and 5. 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



Hidalgo East in Jasper County, a one-well 
field discovered in 1966 with production from the 
McClosky, had 22 producing wells reported in 
1979. Initial production figures averaged over 33 
barrels of oil per day and ranged as high as 82 
barrels per day at one well. Except for a small 
amount of production from Aux Vases and Spar 
Mountain, which are new pays in the field, all of 
the new wells produce from the McClosky. 

Just east of Hidalgo East field is Yale field, 
also discovered in 1966. To the 7 oil wells which 
had been completed in the field, 6 more were 
added in 1979-1 producing from McClosky and 
5 from Spar Mountain. Combined initial pro- 
duction of the new wells was about 320 barrels 
per day. Drilling is expected to be brisk in this 
area of Jasper County in 1980. 

FIELDS REVIVED AND ABANDONED 

Seven abandoned oil fields were revived by suc- 
cessful drilling in 1979: Amity South in Richland 
County, Noble West in Clay County, Opdyke in 
Jefferson County, Roby North in Sangamon 
County, St. Jacob East in Madison County, 
Sumner in Lawrence County, and Trumbull 
North in White County. 

Two oil fields were abandoned in 1979: 
Freemanspur in Williamson County, which had 3 
wells and a cumulative production of 4,000 barrels; 
and Louisville South in Clay County, which had 
2 wells and a cumulative production of 1,500 
barrels. 

GEOLOGIC COLUMN 

Figure 2 is a generalized geologic column of 
southern Illinois. It does not show the Pleisto- 
cene deposits that cover much of Illinois bedrock, 
the Tertiary and Cretaceous rocks that occur in 
a belt across the southern end of the state, nor the 
approximately 4,000 feet of Ordovician and Cam- 
brian rocks between the base of the St. Peter 
Sandstone and the top of the Precambrian base- 
ment. Pay zones are indicated on the geologic 
column by solid dots. 

CRUDE OIL RESERVES 

According to the American Petroleum Institute, 
the estimate of proved crude oil reserves declined 
5.0 million barrels, or 3.6 percent, during 1979. 



Thousands of 
barrels 



Estimated proved reserves 12/31/78 



137,927 



Additions during 1979: 

New fields, new pay zones, and extensions 1 ,405 

Net upward revisions 13,830 



Less 1979 production 

Estimated proved reserves 12/31/79 



153,162 
20,254t 
132,908* 



*American Petroleum Institute, June 1980, Reserves of 
crude oil, natural gas liquids, and natural gas in the United 
States and Canada as of December 3 1 , 1979; v. 34, p. 22-23. 

tThis differs from 21,793,000 barrels reported by the 
Illinois Geological Survey's sources of production figures. 

PRODUCTIVE ACREAGE 

An estimated 6,360 acres were added to the area 
productive of oil, and an estimated 310 acres 
were added to the area productive of natural 
gas in 1979. The total area in Illinois that has 
proved productive of oil is 620,930 acres, and of 
gas, 36,790 acres. 

In Illinois the normal spacing pattern for oil 
wells that produce from depths less than 4,000 feet 
is 10 acres per well for production from sandstone 
and 20 acres per well from production from 
limestone. For wells producing from depths 
between 4,000 and 6,000 feet, the spacing is 40 
acres per well. For wells producing from depths 
greater than 6,000 feet, it is 160 acres per well. 



GAS PRODUCTION 

Approximately 1,585 million cubic feet of natural 
gas was produced and marketed in Illinois in 
1979, 36.8 percent more than in 1978. 

Eldorado East field in Gallatin County sold 
33.5 million cubic feet of gas to the Equality and 
Carmi areas. Harco South field in Saline County 
provided 9.8 million cubic feet to Harrisburg and 
Eldorado. Raleigh field in Saline County furnished 
7.8 million cubic feet to cities in Saline County. 
Gas from abandoned mines in Saline County, in 
the amount of 69.3 million cubic feet, was sold to 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I Hit kNESS ABOUT 2000 FT 



THICKNESS- ABOUT 1300 FT 



THICKNESS: ABOUT 4000 FT 




MATTOON 



p^4 



BOND 



MODESTO 



Tnvoh 



CARBONDALE 
Includes Anvil 
Rock, Cuba, 
U. Dudley, 
Dykstro, Jake C , 
Jomestown, 
Pleasantview, 
1st or u Siqgins 

SPOON 
Incl Bellair 500, 
Bridgeport, 
Browning, Clay- 
pool, L.Dudley, 
Isobel, Kickopoo, 
Petro, Robinson, 
2nd or L.Siggins, 
Wilson 

ABBOTT 
Incl Bellair 800, 
Burtschi, Casey, 
Mansfield, Dagley 
Partlow, 
3rd, 4th Siggins 



CASEYVILLE 
Includes Biehl, 
Buchonan, 
Jordan, 
Pottsville, 
Ridgley 



GROVE CHURCH 
KINKAIO 

DEGONIA 

CLORE 
PALESTINE 

MENARD 

WALTERSBURG 

VIENNA 

TAR SPRINGS 



S 



5 iS^JZE: 




GLEN DEAN 
HARDINSBURG 

HANEY 
(Golcondo lime) 




FRAILEYS(Gol.sh) 
• Big Cliffy, Jackson 
BEECH CREEK 
(Barlow, basal Gol) 

CYPRESS 
Weiler, Kirkwood, 
Corlyle , Bellair 900, 
Lindley 

RIDENHOWER(U.P.C) 
Sample (P. Cr. Sd., E. III.) 

BETHEL 

(Paint CrSd.vV.III.) 
DOWNEYS BLUFF 

(L.RC, U.Ren.) 

YANKEETOWN 
Benoist 

RENAULT (L.Ren.) 



AUX VASES 
STE GENEVIEVE 
"Aux Vases lime 

Ohara 

Spar Mountain 
( Rosiclore) 

D 

McClosky c 

o 

(Oblong) f 

L.McClosky £ 



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ST. LOUIS 
Westfield 
Mortinsville 

SALEM 



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III 



ULLIN 



III 



1,1, I , J 






•_ FT PAYNE 

BORDEN (Osage) 



• Cole, Sonora 



• Corper 

~ CHOUTEAU 
NEW ALBANY 

• Hardin 

•" L INGLE 

• Hibbard 
Hoing 

GRAND TOWER 
Geneva 
Dutch Creek 

CLEAR CREEK 

BACKBONE 
GRASSY KNOB 



I AlA l 




BAILEY 

MOCCASIN SPRINGS 
Silurian, Niagaran 
(reef ond nonreef ) 

ST CLAIR 

KANKAKEE 

EDGEWOOD 

MAQUOKETA 



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Kimmswick, Trenton 



PLATTEVILLE 



JOACHIM 

DUTCHTOWN 
ST. PETER 



Figure 2. Generalized geologic column of southern Illinois. Solid dots indicate oil and gas pay zones. Formation names are in capitals; other 
pay zones are not. About 4,000 feet of lower Ordovician and upper Cambrian rocks under the St. Peter are not shown. The names 
of the Kinderhookian, Niagaran, Alexandrian, and Cincinnatian Series are abbreviated asK., Niag., A., and Cine, respectively. Variable 
vertical scale. (Originally prepared by David H. Swann.) 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



United Cities Gas Company in Eldorado. Eldorado 
Consolidated field furnished 9.9 million cubic feet 
to Eldorado. From Mattoon field in Coles County, 
533.7 million cubic feet was furnished to the 
Effingham, Mattoon, and Paris areas. 

From Stubblefield South field in Bond County, 
13.4 million cubic feet of gas went into the Illinois 
Power Company system. Illinois Power Company 
also purchased 124.7 million cubic feet from New 
Athens field in St. Clair County, 152.8 million 
cubic feet from St. Libory field in St. Clair County, 
and 8.3 million cubic feet from Eden field in 
Randolph County for its transmission line. Grand- 
view and Inclose fields in Edgar County provided 
113.7 million cubic feet of gas for the Central 
Illinois Public Service Company system in the 
Mattoon and Paris areas. Fishhook field in Pike 
County furnished 240.4 million cubic feet to 
Central Illinois Public Service Company for their 
transmission line in western Illinois. 

Keenville field, Wayne County, supplied 172.3 
million cubic feet of gas from oil wells, which was 
processed and put into the Trunkline Gas Company 
transmission line. In Louden field in Effingham 
and Fayette Counties, 95.1 million cubic feet of 
gas from oil wells was processed and sold to 
Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America for 
their transmission line. 

UNDERGROUND STORAGE 
OF LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS 

Twelve caverns, which resulted from the mining of 
shale or limestone, provide storage capacity for 
3,174,000 barrels of liquefied petroleum gases in 



Illinois (table 6). Propane, butane, propylene, and 
ethane are the gases being stored. 

UNDERGROUND STORAGE 
OF NATURAL GAS 

In Illinois at the end of 1979, 39 underground 
natural gas storage projects were operating, were 
being developed, or were being studied for their 
capabilities for storing gas. Gas is now stored in 
rocks of Pennsylvanian through Cambrian age at 
depths from 350 to 4,000 feet. 

Table 7 lists information about active Illinois 
storage projects. These storage facilities could 
hold as much as 1.6 trillion cubic feet of gas; 
however, the amount of this potential capacity 
that is likely to be used for storage depends upon 
the supply of gas. Ultimately, about 1.2 trillion 
cubic feet will be used. Approximately one-third 
of stored gas is working gas, and two-thirds is 
cushion gas, which is not readily available for 
withdrawal and delivery to customers. 



SURFACE STORAGE 
OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS 

A facility for the liquefaction and storage of 
natural gas at the Manlove Gas Storage field, 
Mahomet, Illinois, is being operated by the Peoples 
Gas Light and Coke Company. 

Two above-ground tanks are each capable of 
containing, as liquefied natural gas, the equivalent 
of 1 billion cubic feet of pipeline natural gas 
measured at standard conditions of temperature 
and pressure. 



ILLINOIS STATL GEOLOGICAL SURVKY/ILLINOIS PKTROLLUM 120 



I Mil I 1A. Summary of oil and gas drilling activity and oil production in 1979 











Prodi 


jction tests 






Service 


wells 
















OWWO 




New 


Conve; 


rsions 










Prod, to 


Total 
oil 




Permits 
to 


Total 
comple- 


New hoi 


es 


D&A 
to 


prod, in 
new pay 


Footage 


ser- 
vice 


Were 




Footage 


Struc- 
ture 


Total 
footage 








production 


County 


drill 


tions 


Prod.* 


D&A 


prod.* 


zones 


drilled 


wells 


prod. 


Othert 


drilled 


tests 


drilled 


(bbl) 


Adams 


12 


7 


1 


6 


_ 


_ 


4,779 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4,779 


5,920 


Bond 


11 


8 


3 


2 


- 


- 


8,303 


2 


I 


- 


5,435 


- 


13,738 


65,028 


Brown 


3 


7 


- (1) 


6 


- 


- 


2,258 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,258 


2,236 


Bureau 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Champaign 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Christian 


38 


14 


9 


3 


_ 


_ 


18,542 


1 


_ 


1 


2,440 


_ 


20,982 


242,133 


Clark 


67 


28 


10 


7 


1 


- 


13,812 


8 


1 


1 


3,155 


- 


16,967 


323,959 


Clay 


178 


105 


64 


27 


2 


- 


301,296 


2 


9 


1 


1,965 


- 


303,261 


887,162 


Clinton 


25 


11 


4 


4 


- 


- 


12,966 


1 


2 


- 


690 


- 


13,656 


353,268 


Coles 


23 


10 


- 


5 


- (1) 


1 


7,587 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


7,587 


119,381 


Crawford 


262 


165 


95 (3) 


31 


3 


2 


171,496 


29 


1 


1 


31,681 


2 


205,190 


1,309,213 


Cumberland 


12 


12 


- 


1 


2 


- 


4,175 


8 


1 


- 


4,019 


- 


8,194 


- 


De Witt 


10 


4 


- 


4 


- 


- 


6,614 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,614 


90,420 


Douglas 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,942 


Edgar 


16 


14 


1 (10) 


3 


- 


- 


7,158 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,158 


83,878 


Edwards 


81 


54 


28 


18 


2 


1 


157,479 


1 


3 


2 


235 


- 


157,714 


435,613 


Effingham 


13 


16 


6 


8 


- 


- 


41,729 


2 


- 


- 


1,860 


- 


43,589 


263,667 


Fayette 


14 


21 


14 


6 


1 


- 


51,212 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51,212 


1,765,949 


Franklin 


32 


22 


10 


8 


- 


- 


67,036 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


67,036 


394,546 


Callatin 


30 


21 


10 


5 


3 


- 


42,599 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


42,599 


400,470 


Hamilton 


57 


35 


10 


22 


1 


2 


125,893 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


125,893 


414,560 


Hancock 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116 


Jackson 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1,188 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,188 


1,442 


Jasper 


112 


70 


37 


26 


2 


- 


161,622 


- 


4 


1 


- 


- 


161,622 


523,489 


Jefferson 


107 


84 


41 


35 


2 


- 


236,025 


1 


2 


3 


2,778 


- 


238,803 


679,642 


Johnson 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


La Salle 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3,845 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,845 


- 


Lawrence 


55 


47 


18 


9 


- 


1 


55,702 


11 


7 


2 


15,989 


- 


71,691 


2,195,038 


Livingston 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


McDonough 


5 


4 


- 


4 


- 


- 


2,419 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,419 


25,066 


McLean 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Macon 


19 


19 


14 


5 


- 


- 


40,415 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40,415 


75,704 


Macoupin 


4 


2 


-(1) 


1 


- 


- 


828 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


828 


6,018 


Madison 


22 


11 


4 


5 


- 


- 


11,714 


1 


1 


- 


2,607 


- 


14,321 


91,287 


Marion 


69 


30 


13 


11 


- 


1 


77,593 


1 


4 


1 


873 


- 


78,466 


2,140,226 


Monroe 


14 


9 


7 


1 


_ 


_ 


3,825 


1 


_ 


_ 


468 


_ 


4,293 


14,876 


Montgomery 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1,626 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,626 


1,827 


Moultrie 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3,008 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,008 


2,025 


Perry 


4 


3 


1 


2 


- 


- 


12,681 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,681 


12,509 


Piatt 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pike 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


175 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


175 


- 


Putnam 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Randolph 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1,671 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,671 


45,614 


Richland 


58 


36 


15 


19 


- 


1 


112,110 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


112,110 


747,732 


St. Clair 


11 


6 


2 


3 


- (1) 


- 


6,319 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,319 


26,247 


Saline 


24 


6 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


12,618 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12,618 


146,755 


Sangamon 


21 


13 


4 


9 


- 


- 


21,669 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,669 


159,736 


Shelby 


5 


3 


1 


2 


- 


- 


8,085 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,035 


28,010 


Wabash 


100 


63 


23 


23 


- 


1 


104,244 


2 


12 


3 


4,093 


- 


108,337 


894,608 


Washington 


30 


27 


9 


14 


- 


- 


40,122 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


40,122 


366,161 


Wayne 


239 


145 


84 


42 


4 


4 


441,035 


2 


10 


3 


4,359 


_ 


445,394 


2,987,724 


White 


228 


169 


86 


59 


5 


5 


531,920 


4 


8 


7 


10,768 


- 


542,688 


3,112,980 


Williamson 


5 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3,059 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,059 


87,463 


Production, 






























location 






























unknown 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 


254,115 


Total 


2,041 


1,309 


627 (15) 


445 


28 (2) 


19 


2,940,452 


77 


84 


29 


93,415 


2 


3,035,880 


21,792,755 



*Gas in parentheses; not included in totals. 

■"Former D&A and other types of wells, except former producers. 

f Production is combined for Clark and Cumberland Counties. 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



TABLL IB. Summary of underground natural gas storage drilling activity in 1979* 



County 



Permits 
issued 



Total 
comple- 
tions 



Injection and 
withdrawal wells 



Service wells 



New Conver- 
wells sions 



Footage 
drilled 



Champaign 
Morgan 



8,619 



8,619 



TABLE 2. Discovery wells of 3 new fields in 1979 



Map no. 
(fig. 1) 



County and 
location 



Operator 
well no. , 
and farm 



Initial 

daily 

prod. , 

oil/water 

(bbl) 



Pay zone 



Prod. Total Comple- 
depth depth tion 
(ft) (ft) date 



Remarks 



Jefferson 
8-2S-2E 



Marion 
34-1N-3E 



White 
2-4S-8E 



Charles T. Evans 
#1 Upton 

Leonard Fields 
111 Sattley-Hodges 

R. K. Petroleum Co. 
Ill Roser Unit 



Woodlawn North 3/6 



Burnt Prairie 36 
Southwest 



McClosky 



2,444 10-17-78 



3,225 5-19 



TABLI 3. Discovery wells of 33 extensions to fields in 1979 (C, Consolidated; E, East; W, West; N, North; S, South) 





County 


Operator, 


Map no. 


and 


well no. , 


(fig. 1] 


i location 


and farm 


4 


Christian 


John P. Potsh 




2-11N-1E 


ill Doris Dewerff "A" 


5 


Clay 


Hubert W. Rose 




3-3N-8E 


111 Iva Gaskin et al. 


6 


Clay 


Hubert W. Rose 




3-3N-8E 


#1 Vida King 


7 


Clay 


Hubert W. Rose 




10-3N-8E 


#1 Frutiger 


8 


Clay 


Eason Oil Co. 




29-4N-6E 


Ill Marjorie Wolfe 


9 


Clay 


Fletcher F. Farrar 




36-4N-8E 


111 Thomann Heirs 


10 


Clay 


Pleasure Oil Co., Inc. 




20-5N-7E 


Ill B. G. Brooks 


11 


Crawford 


Billy Rector 




26-8N-12W 


lll-k Mark A. Putnam 


12 


Edwards 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod 




3-3S-10K 


111 Metcalf 



Initial 

daily prod. 

oil/water 

(bbl) 



Pay zone 



Prod, 
depth 

(ft) 



Total Comple- 
depth tion 
(ft) date 



Clay City C 



8/10 
35/42 
Noble W 21/210 

Clay City C 68 

Louisville 5 

Clay City C 3 

Sailor Springs C Oil well 



Main C 



Ellcry East 



30 



40 



McClosky 
Salem 

McClosky 

Salem 

Ullin 

McClosky 
Salem 

McClosky 
Salem 

McClosky 
Salem 



1,471 



3,050 
3,495 

3,047 
3,646 
3,695 

3,142 
3,507 

2,880 
3,517 

3,070 
3,560 



Ohara 



3,321 



1,500 
3,605 

3,712 

3,626 
3,570 
3,731 
3,392 
1,012 
3,385 



2-15 



8-13 



10-29 Salem and Ullin 
new pays in 
field 

11-29-78 



12-16-78 



9-9 



8-14 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLIUM 120 



TABLE 3 continued 





County 


Operator, 




daily prod. 




Map no 


and 


well no. , 




oil/water 




(fig. 


1) location 


and farm 


Field 


(bbl) 


Pay zone 


13 


Franklin 
8-5S-4E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 
Ill Richardson 


Taylor Hill 


60 


Salem 


14 


Jasper 
22-8N-10E 


Glennard Bunton 
#1 Roberts 


Hidalgo East 


Oil well 


McClosky 


15 


Jasper 
18-8N-14W 


Delmar Unfer 
#1 E. L. Fain 


Yale 


30 


Spar Mtn. 


16 


Jefferson 


Dave Robinson 


Divide C 


32 


St. Louis 




11-1S-3E 


#1 John Bryant 






Salem 


17 


Jefferson 
15-3S-4E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 
Hi Brehm-Mitchell 


Opdyke 


4 


McClosky 


18 


Jefferson 
14-4S-3E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 
#1 Andre Heirs 


Spring Carden 


8/8 


McClosky 


19 


Jefferson 
22-4S-3E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 
01 Kelly Comm. 


Spring Garden 


100 


McClosky 


20 


Lawrence 
1-2N-13W 


Cache River Oil Corp. 
Ill Edmonson 


Ruark West C 


4/2 


McClosky 


21 


Lawrence 
35-4N-13W 


Scottie D. West 
112 G. Jenner 


Lawrence 


14/140 


McClosky 


22 


Macon 
31-16N-1E 


Charles E. Watters 
111 Earl Brown 


Blackland 


20 


Devonian 


23 


Macoupin 


Donald E. Curtis, Inc. 


Plainview 


Gas well 


Pennsyl- 




27-9N-8W 


Ill Witt 






vanian 


24 


Madison 
6-3N-5W 


Ego Oil Co. , Inc. 
Ill Leder-Brown Comm. 


St. Jacob East 


9/50 


Trenton 


25 


Richland 
26-4N-14W 


Marathon Oil Co. 
Ill M. J. Lathrop 


Hadley 


9/5 


Spar Mtn. 


26 


Saline 
19-8S-6E 


J. D. Turner 

111 D. E. & L. E. Rapp 


Raleigh South 


321 


Aux Vases 


27 


Shelby 
18-9N-4E 


R.H.B. Investments 
111 Ralph Jones 


Louden 


8/18 


Devonian 


28 


Wayne 


Robinson Production, Inc. 


Orchardville 


50/32 


Ohara 




21-1N-5E 


#1 F. Donoho et al. 






McClosky 


29 


Wayne 
21-1N-5E 


Ram Oil Co. 

//1-A L. Scarbrough 


Orchardville 


Oil well 


Aux Vases 


30 


Wayne 
5-1N-7E 


Booth Oil Co. , Inc. 
#1 Keith 


Rinard North 


10 


Salem 


31 


Wayne 
15-1N-9E 


Van Fossan Oil Assoc. 
Ill Virgil McKinney 


Maple Grove C 


144 


Aux Vases 


32 


Wayne 
21-1S-6E 


Wagner Oil 4 Gas 
111 Jim Robertson 


Johnsonville C 


7/7 


Aux Vases 


33 


Wayne 
16-2S-8E 


Donald E. Schmitt 
111 Weiss Comm. 


Clay City C 


27/120 


Spar Mtn. 


34 


White 


R. K. Petroleum Co. 


Burnt Prairie 


12 


Aux Vases 




3-4S-8E 


Ill Jesse Duckworth "B" 


Southwest 






35 


White 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 


Burnt Prairie 


220 


McClosky 




12-4S-8E 


#1 Upton 


Southwest 






36 


White 
13-4S-8E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prod. 
#1 Crebs 


Trumbull North 


20/30 


Ohara 



Prod. Total Comple- 
depth depth tion 
(ft) (ft) date Remarks 



3,635 4,029 11-27 Salem new pay 
in field 

2,532 2,556 11-15 



1,651 1,879 



416 416 



2,945 3,854 

3,024 



3,513 3,584 



7-31 



3,020 3,355 6-14 OWWO, was D4A 

3,107 3,111 11-27 

3,061 3,125 10-26-78 

3,025 3,090 11-27 

2,326 2,990 5-15-78 

2,321 2,360 8/1 

1,925 1,942 6-26 



5-19 



2,576 2,579 9-21-78 

2,947 3,008 11-16 

2,842 3,050 11-3 

3,160 3,160 9-2-78 



9-1 



2,908 2,940 11-15 

3,706 3,861 12-11 

3,140 3,941 8-8 

3,082 3,131 12-20-78 

3,353 3,353 6-17 

3,362 3,369 10-16 



7-24 McClosky new 
pay in field 



3,420 3,505 11-27 Ohara new pay 
in field 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



TABLE 4. Discovery wells of 23 new pay zones in fields in 1979 (C, Consolidated; E, East: W, West; N, North; S, South) 





County 


Operator, 


Map no. 


and 


well no. 


(fig. 1) 


location 


and farm 



Initial 
daily prod, 
oil/water New 
(bbl) pay zones 



Prod. Total Comple- 
depth depth tion 
(ft) (ft) date Remarks 



Clay Hubert W. Rose 
3-3N-8E #1 Vida King 



Noble West 



21/210 



Salem 
Ullin 



3,646 
3,695 



3,712 10-29 



Also extension 
to field. Also 
produces from 
McClosky. 



3 7 


Crawford 
4-5N-12W 


Louis H. Kapps, Jr. 
112 J. Poettker 


Main C 


10/12 


Renault 


1 


564 


1 


650 


10-17 




38 


Edwards 
3-3S-10E 


Sandy Ridge Oil Co., Inc. 
Ill Harold Perkins 


Ellery East 


16/18 


Ullin 


4 


218 


4 


227 


11-25-78 


Also produces 
from Ohara 


39 


Effingham 
16-6N-6E 


Leslie Mason 
//2-A Bushue 


Hill 


5 


Aux Vases 


2 


507 


2 


570 


9-25 




40 


Franklin 
30-5S-3E 


H & W Oil Co. , Inc. 
//17-B-l Pickens 


Benton North 


40/40 


St. Louis 


3 


062 


3 


762 


7-6 




13 


Franklin 

8-5S-4E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. & Prdg. 
Ill Richardson 


Taylor Hill 


60 


Salem 


3 


635 


4 


029 


11-27 


Also extension 
to field. 


41 


Franklin 
13-6S-3E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prdg. 
Ill Summers — U.S. Steel 


Bessie 


150 


Ullin 


3 


825 


3 


900 


11-27 




42 


Hamilton 
34-6S-6E 


Texaco, Inc . 

118 Charles Johnson "A" 


Walpole 


5/190 


Benoist 

Ohara 

Salem 


2 
3 
4 


962 

152 
058 


4 


410 


12-29-78 


Also produces 
from Fredonia 
and St. Louis. 


43 


Jasper 

30-7N-11E 


Edward C. Kock 
#1 Ervin 


Clay City C 


6/40 


Carper 


3 


806 


4 


255 


9-26-78 




44 


Jasper 
10-8N-10E 


Parrish Prod. Co. 
// 1 Applegate 


Hidalgo East 


27/10 


Spar Mtn. 


2 


342 


2 


422 


9-10 


Also produces 
from McClosky. 


45 


Jasper 

14-8N-10E 


Joseph G. Bigard 
#2 Robert Chapman 


Hidalgo East 


20/50 


Aux Vases 


2 


264 


2 


435 


7-79 


Also produces 
from McClosky. 


46 


Madison 
1-3N-6W 


Ego Oil Co. , Inc. 
Ill F 4 L Leder 


St. Jacob East 


12/23 


Trenton 


2 


558 


2 


571 


6-8 




47 


Marion 
17-2N-4E 


Marshall Lippert 
01 Kulbieda-Thomas 


Iuka 


57 


Salem 


2 


999 


3 


123 


10-8 




48 


Marion 
5-3N-1E 


Tri-Star Producing Co. 
//1-T Clara Langenfeld 


Patoka South 


3/25 


Devonian 


2 


978 


4 


025 


9-24 


Also produces 
from Trenton. 


49 


Marion 
16-3N-4E 


Jabe J. Anderson 
111 Rose 


Omego 


10/8 


Salem 


2 


742 


3 


160 


6-15 




50 


Wabash 
21-1S-12W 


Southern Triangle Oil Co. 
//A-l Guisewite 


Mt. Carmel 


1/290 


Ft. Payne 


3 


561 


3 


561 


9-10-78 




51 


White 
12-4S-8E 


R. K. Petroleum Corp. 
#3 Suma P. Hale et al. 


Burnt Prairie 
Southwest 


56/80 


Aux Vases 


3 


336 


3 


553 


8-11 




35 


White 
12-4S-8E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prdg. 
Ill Upton 


Burnt Prairie 
Southwest 


220 


McClosky 


3 


513 


3 


584 


7-24 


Also extension 
to field. 


52 


White 
12-4S-8E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prdg. 
0B-1 Hershel Upton 


Burnt Prairie 
Southwest 


22 


Spar Mtn. 


3 


451 


3 


479 


8-20 


Also produces 
from Ohara. 


36 


White 
13-4S-8E 


C. E. Brehm Drlg. 4 Prdg. 
tl Crebs 


Trumbull North 


20/30 


Ohara 


3 


420 


3 


505 


11-27 


Also extension 
to field. 



10 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



IABI.I' 5. Selected unsuccessful deep tests in 1979 







Operator, 




Deepest 


Depth 


Total 


Comple- 


Map ROi 


County and 


well no. , 


Field or 


strata 


to top 


depth 


tion 


(its. D 


location 


and farm 


wildcat 


tested 


(ft) 


(ft) 


date 


53 


Clay 
32-4N-6E 


Eason Oil Co. 
Ill Spencer-Hoke 


Louisville 


Silurian 


4,718 


4,830 


1-14 


54 


Hamilton 
21-4S-7E 


W. R. Becker 
111 Farmer Heirs 


Bungay 

Consolidated 


Devonian 


? 


5,559 


10-26 


55 


Jefferson 


Illini Drlg. Co., Inc. Wildcat near* 


Trenton 


4,914 


5,072 


9-17 




18-1S-1E 


111 C. A. Evans 












56 


Perry 
4-6S-1W 


Texaco, Inc. 
Ill Helen Coen 


Wildcat far + 


Trenton 


? 


4,615 


11-19 


57 


Richland 
7-2N-10E 


Heath Oil Prod. 
Ill A. Ede 


Calhoun 

Consolidated 


Silurian 


5,061 


5,645 


5-8 


58 


Wayne 
34-1S-7E 


Hobson Oil Co. 
112 Taylor 


Clay City 

Consolidated 


Clear Creek 


5,212 


5,233 


9-17 


59 


White 
11-6S-9E 


Jim Haley Prod. 
11$ Rudolph 


Storms 

Consolidated 


Clear Creek 


5,253 


5,308 


4-24 



♦Drilled 4 to 14 miles from production. 
tDrilled more than l'-s miles from production. 



TABLE 6. Underground storage facilities for liquefied petroleum gases in Illinois, January 1, 1980 



Company 



Approx. 
depth 
Type of storage (ft) 



Stratigraphic 
unit 



Capacity 
(bbl) 



General Facilities, Inc. 

Hydrocarbon Transportation, Inc. 
Hydrocarbon Transportation, Inc. 

Mid-America Pipeline Co. 
Phillips Petroleum Co. 
Shell Oil Co. 

Tuloma Gas Products Co. 

U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co. 

Warren Petroleum Corp. 



Wood River, Madison County Mined limestone 



Morris, Grundy County 
Lemont, Will County 

Farmington, Peoria County 

Kankakee, Kankakee County 

Wood River , Madison County 
Wood River, Madison County 

Wood River, Madison County 
Wood River, Madison County 

Tuscola, Douglas County 
Tuscola, Douglas County 

Crossville, White County 



Mined shale 



Mined shale 
Mined shale 



Mined shale 
Mined shale 



Mined limestone 
Mined limestone 



Mined limestone 
Mined limestone 



Mined limestone 
and siltstone 



Mined shale 



400 

1,450 

304 
358 

260 

300 

430 

400 
350 



Valmeyeran 
(Mississippian) 

Eau Claire 

Maquoketa 
Maquoketa 

Pennsylvanian 

Maquoketa 

Valmeyeran 
(Mississippian) 

Valmeyeran 
(Mississippian) 

Pennsylvanian 

Pennsylvanian 

TOTAL 



80,000 

150,000 
250,000 

440,000 

260,000 

500,000 
232,000 

190,000 
50,000 

170,000 
800,000 

52,000 
3,174,000 



Propane 



Propane 
Butane 

Propane 

Propane 

Butane 
Propane 

Propane 
Propylene 

Propane 
Propane 

LP gas 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



11 



TABLE 7. Active underground natural gas storage 









Operational data 




















County 
Township 




(initial) 




Number of wells 




Geologic 


data 








Devel- 


Stor- 


With- 


Oper- 


Obser- 




Stratigraphic 


Lithol- 




Native 


Project 


Company 


Range 


opment 


age 


drawal 


ating 


vation 


Other 


unit 


ogy 


Trap 


fluid 


Ancona 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


La Salle & Liv- 
ingston 

29, 30N-2, 3E 


1961 


1963 


1965 


112 


33 


— 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


anti- 
cline 


water 


Ashmore 


Central Illinois 
Public Service 


Coles 4 Clark 
12N-10, HE, 14 


1960 


1963 


1963 


48 


5 




Spoon 
Salem 


sand 

lime 


dome 


gas 


Brocton 


URS 


Douglas 6. Edgar 


(potential air storage) 





5 


— 


Lingle 


lime 


dome 


water 






14, 15N-13, 14W 














Grand Tower 


dolo- 










10, HE 
















mite 






Centralia 


Illinois Power Co. 


Marion 


1960 


1964 


1966 


17 


4 


— 


Pennsylvanian 


sand 


strati- 


gas 


East 




1N-1E 


















graphic 




Cooks Mills 


Natural Gas Pipe- 
line Co. 


Coles & Douglas 
14N-7, 8E 


1956 


1959 


1959 


24 


9 




Cypress 

Spar Mountain 

("Rosiclare") 


sand 


lens 


gas 


Corinth 


Central Illinois 
Public Service 


Williamson 
8S-4E 


1972 


1972 


1972 | 


4 




-1 


1 Hardinsburg 


sand 


— 


gas 


Crab Orchard 


Central Illinois 
Public Service 


Williamson 
9S-4E 


1972 


1972 


1972 J 






1 


[ Hardinsburg 


sand 


— 


gas 


Crescent City 


Northern Illinois 


Iroquois 


1959 


1967 (operations temp 


Drarily 


ceased) 


St. Peter 


sand 


anti- 


water 


St. P. 


Gas Co. 


26, 27N-13W 


















cline 




Crescent City 

Mt. S. 
Eden South 






(in e> 


:ploration) 




4 


9 


— 


Mt . Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Illinois Power Co. 


Randolph 


1970 


1971 


1971 


12 


3 





Cypress 


sand 


strati- 


gas 






5S-5W 


















graphic 




Elbridge 


Midwestern Gas 
Transmission Co. 


Edgar 

12, 13N-11W 


1961 


1965 


1966 


12 


7 


— 


Grand Tower 


lime 


drape 
over reef 


water 


Freeburg 


Illinois Power Co. 


St. Clair 
1, 2S-7W 


1958 


1959 


1959 


87 


3 


— 


Cypress 


sand 


strati- 
graphic 


gas 


Gillespie- 


Illinois Power Co. 


Macoupin 


1958 


1958 


1959 


7 





— 


Pennsylvanian 


sand 


strati- 


gas 


Benld 




8N-6W 


















graphic 




Glasford 


Central Illinois 
Light Co. 


Peoria 
7N-6E 


1960 


1964 


1964 


33 


14 


— 


Niagaran 


dolo- 
mite 


dome 


water 


Herscher Gvl. 


Natural Gas Pipe- 
line Co. 


Kankakee 
30N-10E 


1952 


1953 


1953 


60 


124 


24 


Galesville 


sand 


anti- 
cline 


water 


Herscher 






1957 


1957 


1958 


55 


18 


— 


Mt . S iraon 




anti- 


water 


Mt. S. 






















cline 




Herscher- 


Natural Gas Pipe- 


Kankakee 


1968 


1969 


1970 


20 


14 


1 


Mt . Simon 


sand 


anti- 


water 


Northwest 


line Co. 


30, 31N-9E 


















cline 




Hillsboro 


Illinois Power Co. 


Montgomery 
9, 10N-3W 


1972 


1974 


1975 


4 


7 


— 


St. Peter 


sand 


dome 


water 


Hookdale 


Illinois Power Co. 


Bond 
4N-2W 


1962 


1963 


1963 


10 


4 




Yankeetown 
("Benoist") 


sand 


strati- 
graphic & 

structural 


gas 


Hudson 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


McLean 

24, 25N-2, 3E 


1970 


1971 


1971 


32 


8 


1 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Hume 


URS 


Edgar 


(potential air storage) 





9 


— 


Lingle 


lime 


dome 


water 






16N-13, 14W 














Grand Tower 


dolomite 






Lake 


Northern Illinois 


McLean 


1971 


1971 


1972 


35 


16 


1 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


anti- 


water 


Bloomington 


Gas Co. 


25, 26N-2, 3E 


















cline 




Lexington 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


McLean 
25N-3, 4E 


1971 


1971 


1972 


32 


12 


1 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Lincoln 


Central Illinois 
Light Co. 


Logan 
19N-3W 


1971 


1974 


1974 


20 


19 


— 


Silurian 


dolo- 
mite 


dome 


water 


Loudon 


Natural Gas Pipe- 
] ine Co. 


Fayette 

7, 8, 9N-3E 


1967 


1967 


1969 


66 


61 


— 


Grand Tower 


lime 


anti- 
cline 


oil 


Manlove 


Peoples Gas Light 
& Coke Co. 


Champaign 
21N-7E 


1960 


1964 


1966 


137 


12 


— 


Mt . Simon 


sand 


anti- 
cline 


water 


Media Gvl. 


Mid-Continent Gas 


Henderson 


(testing) 


) 






( 


Galesville 


sand 


dome 


water 




Storage Co. 


9N-4, 5W 








3 


13 


- 










Media Mt . S. 






(testing) 


) 






( 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Mills 


Egyptian Gas Stor- 


Gallatin 


1974 


1975 


1975 


2 


1 




Tar Springs 


sand 


lens 


gas 


& 


age Co. 


7S-9E 






















Edwards 


Egyptian Gas Stor- 
age Co. 


Gallatin 
8S-8E 


1974 


1975 


1975 


1 







Palestine 


sand 


lens 


gas 


Nevins 


Midwestern Gas 
Transmission Co. 


Edgar 

12, 13N-11W 


1961 


1965 


1966 


13 


8 


— 


Grand Tower 


lime 


drape 
over reef 


water 


Pecatonica 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


Winnebago 
27N-10E 


1967 


1969 


1970 


14 


15 


— 


Eau Claire 


sand 


dome 


water 


Pontiac Gvl. 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


Livingston 
27, 28N-6E 


1975 


1976 


1977 


10 


6 





Galesville 


sand 


dome 


water 


Pont iac 


Northern Illinois 


Livingston 


1966 


1968 


1969 


43 


7 


1 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Mt. S. 


Gas Co. 


27, 28N-6E 






















Bichwoods 


Gas Utilities Co. 


Crawford 
6N-11W 


1966 


1966 


1966 


4 


2 


— 


Pennsylvanian 


sand 




gas 


St. Jacob 


Mississippi River 
Transmission Corp. 


Madison 
3N-6W 


1963 


1963 


1965 


10 


4 


— 


St. Peter 


sand 


dome 


water 


Sciota 


Central Illinois 
Public Service 


McDonough 
6, 7N-3, 4W 


1974 


1975 


1975 


12 


9 


— 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Shanghai 


Illinois Power Co. 


Warren 4 Mercer 
12, 13N-1W 


1970 


1971 


1971 


9 


10 


— 


Galesville 


sand 


dome 


water 


State Line 


Midwestern Gas 
Transmission Co. 


Clark, 111., 
4 Vigo, Ind. 
12N-10W 


1961 


1963 


1964 


9 


6 




Grand Tower 


lime 


drape 
over reef 


water 


Tilden 


Illinois Power Co. 


St. Clair 4 
Washington 
3S-5, 6W 


1957 


1961 


1961 


45 


14 




Cypress 


sand 


strati- 
graphic 


gas 


Troy Grove 


Northern Illinois 
Gas Co. 


La Salle 
34, 35N-1E 


1957 


1958 


1959 


96 


31 


— 


Eau Claire 
Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 


Tuscola 


Panhandle Eastern 


Douglas 4 Champa 


ign (testing) 




13 


11 


1 


Mt. Simon 


sand 


dome 


water 




Pipeline Co. 


16, 17N-8E 






















Waverly 


Panhandle Eastern 


Morgan 


1952 


1954 


1962 ) 






( 


St. Peter 


sand 


dome 


water 


St. P. 


Pipeline Co. 


13N-8W 








59 


24 


22 { 










Waverly Gvl. 


Panhandle Eastern 
Pipeline Co. 


Morgan 

13N-8W 


1969 


1969 


1970J 






i 


Galesville 


sand 


dome 


water 



(rejects In Illinois January 1, 1980 



Kesri voir data 



Capacities (MMcf)* 



Withdrawals (MM. I ) 
Max. vol. 1979 



Thickness Average Average Potential 

c.i In .nits Depth or closure porosity permeability working and 

Mimic,. Closure n.-.-i) (f««t) (%) (mlllldarcys) cushion Working Cushion 1979 (MMcf) dally Total 



'*■'-• '"■ ">" In storage Peak 



1979 



Project 



— 12,840 



2,154 



."10 



12.3 



114 



170,000 + 52,843 + 100,313t 167,188+ 671 42,670+ 



1,600 
— 32,000 



400 
672 



463 — 812 

1,500 1,600 



1,287 



— 9,600 



1,500 



7,000 



800 

1,420 
4,000 
1,800 
3,500 



4-80 
220 

49 
40 



20 — 2,125 28 
20 — 2,200 19 
— 16,725 1,200 150 



— 


1,000 


875 


18 


- 


1,691 


1,925 


145 


4,222 


- 


350 


47 


113 


- 


510 


28 


- 


3 , 200 


800 


120 


6,750 


8,000 


1,750 


100 


7,500 


8,000 


2,450 


80 


- 


3,000 


2,200 


58 


4,000 


- 


3,150 


100 


414 


- 


1,125 


28 


- 


13,200 


3,800 


160 


- 


6,500 


670 


136 


- 


10,600 


3,525 


97 


- 


14,300 


3,800 


100 


- 


3,000 


1,300 


85 


2,610 


- 


3,050 


65 


- 


13,370 


3,950 


116 


- 


4,700 


2,100 


100 


— 


3,500 


2,500 


100 


— 


224 


2,302 


18 


- 


142 


1,825 


30 


- 


1,650 


1,975 


105 


- 


2,600 


800 


38 


- 


- 


2,425 


100 


3,500 


- 


3,000 


100 


- 


- 


700 


- 


550 


650 


2,860 


100 


- 


2,500 


2,600 


70 


- 


1,850 


2,000 


95 


— 


496 


1,860 


91 



33 



100 



15. 





up 


to 


3,000 


12. 


2 






- 


18 


.2 






200 


16 


.0 






67 



14.5 

20.6 
17.5 
21.5 
16.0 
12.0 
18.0 
12.0 
15.0 
16.0 
20.3 

11.0 
12.4 
11.0 
10.7 
12.0 
15.0 
11.0 
17.2 
14.3 

16.5 
18.6 
18.0 
10.0 

14.0 
12.0 
15.2 
17.3 

20.8 



138 

168 
18 
216 
326 
426 
467 
185 
82 
250 
458 

45 

45 

37 

250 

15 
448 
152 

25 
556 
704 

25 

400+ 

39 
246 

47 

183 
150 

1,220 



3,585 
70,000 

660 
4,750 

516 



1,532 



1,981 



3,564 



3,090 

80,000+ 
9,000 

55,000 



244 416 660 
3,077 1,567 4,645 



351 138 



1,174 1,820 



489 



50,000 


— 


— 


— 


100,000 


- 


— 


- 


1,406 


518 


868 


1,406 


7,466 


934 


6,295 


7,466 


7,151 


2,515 


4,636 


7,151 


151 


34 


116 


151 


12,586 


6,292 


6,293 


12,586 


50,000 


13,129 


23,283 


37,177 


67,500 


30,080 


32,504 


65,874 


17,500 


6,609 


10,134 


17,312 


10,116 


4,204 


5,912 


10,116 


1,096 


699 


285 


985 


100,000+ 


6,463+ 


26,291+ 


35,055+ 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 


45,000+ 


12,090+ 


33,839+ 


48,342+ 


100,000+ 


7,914+ 


31,309+ 


41,746+ 


12,124 


5,455 


6,668 


12,124 


75,000 


36,618 


31,137 


66,478 


200,000 


40,030 


85,087 


127,863 


62,000 











50,000 











747 


92 


70 


92 


245 


24 


77 


115 


7,212 


1,191 


5,685 


7,212 


3,500+ 


896+ 


1,956+ 


3,180+ 


50,000+ 


0+ 


4,626+ 


5,050+ 


45,000+ 


12,685+ 


25,345+ 


42,242+ 


105 


60 


38 


98 


5,600 


333 


2,897 


3,230 


5,000 


1,168 


2,266 


3,434 


11,565 


5,557 


6,007 


11,565 


5,014 


1,075 


3,920 


5,014 



3,020 



30,412+ 33,982+ 75,515+ 
7,519 8,068 

9,920 40,282 50,892 



30 




816 


Ashmore 


- 




- 


Brocton 


17 




280 


Centralia 
East 


76 


2, 


719 


Cooks Mills 
| Corinth 


2 




68 


( Crab Orchard 


- 




- 


Crescent City 
St. P. 


— 




— 


Crescent City 

Mt. S. 


7 




253 


Eden South 


17 


1, 


272 


Elbridge 


39 


2, 


,193 


Freeburg 


4 




86 


Gillespie- 
Benld 


112 


2 


,880 


Glasford 


793 


16 


,500 


Herscher Gvl. 


195 


14 


,961 


Herscher 
Mt. S. 


39 


3 


,159 


Herscher- 
Northwest 


41 


1 


,888 


Hillsboro 


29 




713 


Hookdale 


97 


5 


,934 + 


Hudson 


- 




- 


Hume 


149 


7 


,833+ 


Lake 

Bloomington 


91 


5 


,492 + 


Lexington 


41 


1 


,558 


Lincoln 


423 


21 


,698 


Louden 


621 


25 


,862 


Manlove 










Media Gvl. 










Media Mt. S. 


2 




55 


Mills 


1 




29 


Edwards 


21 


1 


,339 


Nevins 


25 




992+ 


Pecatonica 


81 







Pontiac Gvl. 


153 


13 


,165+ 


Pontiac 
Mt. S. 


1 




18 


Richwoods 


67 


1 


,835 


St. Jacob 


14 




233 


Sciota 


68 


3 


,638 


Shanghai 


14 




745 


State Line 


47 


1, 


,778 


Tilden 


724 


36 


,973 + 


Troy Grove 


24 


1 


,008 


Tuscola 
1 Waverly 


212 


8 


,146 


I St. P. 

( Waverly Gvl. 



♦Million cubic feet. +1977 data; 1978 and 1979 data not reported. 



TABLE 8. Illinois oil field statistics, 1979 
Explanation of abbreviations and symbols 

Field: N, North; S, South; E, East; W, West; C, Consolidated; Cen, Central. Fields 

located in two or more counties have county names listed in order of oil 
discovery. 

Age: PC, Precambrian; CAM, Cambrian; ORD, Ordovician; SHK, Shakopee; STP, St. 

Peter; TRN, Trenton; SIL, Silurian; DEV, Devonian; DVS, Devonian-Silurian; 
MIS, Mississippian; PEN, Pennsylvanian. 

Kind of rock in pay zones: D, dolomite; DS, sandy dolomite; L, limestone; LS, sandy lime- 
stone; OL, oolitic limestone; S, sandstone. 

ABD: Field abandoned. 

REV: Field revived. 

Structure: A, anticline; C, accumulation due to change in character of rock; D, dome; F, 

faulting; H, strata horizontal or nearly horizontal; L, lens; M, monocline; N, nose; 
R, reef; T, terrace; U, unconformity. Combinations of the letters are used when 
more than one factor applies. 

+ Field listed in Table 9 (gas production). 

H Illinois portion only. 

# Acreage is included in the immediately preceding figure. 

X Correct entry not determinable. 



H ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I aui I 8 Illinois oil field statistics, l l >7<) 



huol, county, 

lucation 

by township 

ANO RaNuF 
(• SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
SCt PANT ID 



PAT ZUNt 



OEP. 

TH 



rFAR 

OF 
DISC. 



NAMfc INU AGE 



(FT) UVERY 



AREA 

PRO- 
VEU 
IN 
AC»t5 



PRODUCTION 
M SbLS 



NUMBER OP wtLUS 



CHARACTER 
OE OIL 



UUR» 

INI. 

1979 



TO 

ENO OP 
1979 



COHP. CO* 
LETfcO MPL- AS. 
TO ETED AND 
END OP IN 



PROO. 
UCINS 

ONtn end op g». 



PAy ZONE 



DEEPEST 
TEST 



SUf 

PUN 

PERL- 



1979 I9T9 1979 TEAR API ENT 



KJNu IMJ. STR. 
OP CKN- IICT. 
RUCK tSS UHE 



uEp« 

IOnE Tm 
tFTj 



AD LAKt, GALL'TlN, as, IDE 



PENNSYLVANIA*- 
PALESTINE, HIS 
<4A(.TERS8u9(p, M IS 
hEnauLT, "IS 
AUK VASES, HIS 





1947 


80 


SOS 


1957 


40 


1835 


1954 


10 


?ooo 


19S7 


40 


2735 




20 


2770 




10 



3.5 



187.7 












3 




M 


u 








35 1 


1 10 


H 


1 





u 


36 1 


> 5 


MP 


3 








37 


1 10 


H 


2 








35 1 


1 


he 


I 








35 ! 


1 9 


n» 



HIS 2953 



AS LAKt SOUTH, GALLATIN, 9S, IDE 

AUX VASES, HIS 279b 1959 

•AS L'KE WtST, SALLATIN, ».«$, 9-lOE 



PEnnsylvanian 
NALTtRSBuRS, HIS 
TAH SPRINGS, "IS 
CYPRtSS, HIS 
AUX VASES, H]S 
HCCLOSKY, MIS 





1950 


450 


725 


1954 


50 


2020 


19b* 


3U0 


2075 


1958 


JO 


2425 


195« 


10 


2735 




160 


2S3U 




10 



10 0,0 
ABU 19b3 



1.0 



3.8 



540.3 



36 



33 








15 






M 


3 










35 ! 


1 10 


HL 


19 










37 ! 


I 20 


ML 


2 










38 1 


1 10 


ML 


1 










36 ! 


\ 9 


ML 


17 










3b 1 


1 6 


ML 


1 










3S t 


2 


Me 



HIS 2982 



HIS SMI 



• AuEn C, WAYNE, HAHIlTQN, 2-3S, 7E 







19J8 


2«10 


AUX VASES, MIS 


320U 


19J8 


1570 


UHARA, HIS 


3490 


1943 


2040 


SPAR HTN, HIS 


3320 


1943 


* 


MCCLOSKY, HIS 


3J5U 


1938 


• 


SAlEm, his 


3735 


1948 


60 


ULLIN, HIS 


4152 


1959 


50 


LtNGLE, OEv 


5182 


1968 


10 


DUTCH CRtEK, OEV 


5318 


1959 


30 



41,7 13490,9 



ies 








55 








A 


64 










39 


S 


10 


« 


10 










35 


L 


7 


A 


6 










35 


LS 


5 


AC 


79 










35 


L 


4 


A 


9 










36 


L 


16 


AC 


4 










39 


L 


16 


AC 


1 












S 


in 




3 










W 


S 


10 


A 



OEV 



5434 



AOEN EAST, waynE, it, 7E 

MCCLUSKY, HTS 

•AOEN SOUTH, HAHILTON, 3S, TE 



3434 1961 







1945 


350 


AUX VASES, Mis 


3245 


1946 


170 


OHARA, hjs 


331U 




350 


SPAR HTN, Mlb 


3J3U 




• 


HCCLOSKY, MIS 


3395 


19«5 


i 



in n,o o.o 

ARU 19bl 



3,! 855.3 



OL 



29 





1 


8 






A 


9 








39 


S 


8 


AL 


3 





1 


37 


L 


7 


AC 


8 








37 


LS 


8 


AC 


IT 





U 


38 


L 


9 


AC 



MIS 3552 



5u6£ 



•AKlN, ERANKLlN, 6S, 4E 







1942 


770 


CYPRtSS, MIS 


264U 


1942 


220 


AUX VASES, MIS 


310U 




530 


uhaRa, mis 


3100 


1956 


70 


MCCLOSKY, HIS 


327U 


19«3 


• 



6,0 2447,2 



60 





2 


14 










A 


I* 





2 




35 


0,14 


s 


10 


AL 


41 





u 




37 


n.12 


s 


22 


AL 


4 





D 




38 




L 


18 


AC 


I 










38 




L 


4 


AC 



HIS 4106 



AKIN WtSl, FRANKLIN, 6S, 4E 



CYPRESS, Mis 
UHARA, HIS 
SPAR HTN, nib 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 
SALEM, MIS 
ULLIN, HIS 





1948 


120 


271S 


1950 


30 


305U 


19U8 


70 


3U80 


1948 


* 


313U 




i 


3663 


1962 


10 


3994 


1962 


20 



*.l 



245.1 



9 





7 




A 


2 





35 1 


1 8 


AL 


2 


u 


37 I 


10 


AC 


1 







12 


AC 


3 





39 


4 


AC 


1 





38 1 


10 




2 





37 1 


10 





5185 



ALBION CEN, tOwAROS, 2S, 1 UE 







1953 


110 


OHARA, mis 


3350 


1955 


no 


HCCLOSKY, MIS 


3395 




* 


•ALBION C ♦ . EDWARDS, WHITE, 1.3$, 


1U-11E, 14W 








1940 


5750 


MANSFIELD, PEN 


1650 




1950 


BRIOGEPONT, PEN 


1900 




1 


BIEHL, PEN 


2000 


1944 


1 


DEuONlA, his 


2125 




10 


NALTtRSBuRb, his 


2365 


1949 


690 


TAR SPRINGS, HIS 


2460 


1944 


140 


HAROINgBuRG, M IS 


2635 




70 


CVPRESS, MIS 


286U 




510 


BETHEL, MIS 


2960 




940 


BEN01ST, MIS 


SOOU 




210 


(CONTINfEu UN NEXT PAGE) 









0,0 



136,0 



174,3 30233.9 



37 



495 


4 


2 


167 






AM 


6 








28 




5 


MP 


30 








29 


0,16 S 


15 


MP 


158 








37 


0,16 S 


15 


ME 


2 





u 


35 




4 


MP 


67 





2 


36 




16 


AL 


10 








37 




5 


AL 


6 








36 




10 


A 


45 


1 





37 




15 


A 


58 








36 




14 


AP 


16 


1 





34 




13 


AP 



MIS 3510 



OEV 



5185 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



15 



TABLE 8- continued 



pool, county, 

location 

by township 

and range 

(• secondary 

RlCOVtRY 
SEE PAKT U) 



PAY ZONE 



NAMt ANO AGE 



..... YEAR 
D£P. OF 

TM UTSC. 

(FT) OVERT 



AKEA 
PRO- 
VFO 
IN 

ACRES 



NUMBEH OP NELLS CHARACTER 

PnOOUCTION ........ ............... oF OJL 

h 8BL8 COMP. CO- .......... 

............... LETEO hpl- AB. PROD. Iul- 

TO TO ETED AND. uCINC FUR 

tNO OP END 0» IN ONEO END OF G», PfeRC- 

1979 1979 19T9 1*79 YEAR API ENT 



PAT ZONE 



DEEPEST 
TEST 



OUR. 

ING 

1474 



KINO THJ. SIR. OEP. 

OF CKN. UCT. {ONE TH 
ROCK ESS UKE (FT) 



•ALBION L ♦, EOWAROS, wMPE, i-js, lo-llt, 14W 



AIM VASES. 
OMARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, Mis 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



13 



so«s i«»«a 

3110 1">mJ 
3130 

3400 l"»uO 



1710 

ITsn 

1 



(CONTINUEo FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



11» 
11 

T 
101 



37 
40 
38 

37 



S IS AF 

L ! AC 

L 10 AC 

L 12 AC 



•ALBION EAST, EDwAROS, 2Si \uu 

1943 1320 

CYPRESS, mis 2800 300 

BETHtL, MIS 2920 170 

8EN0IST, MIS 2925 ISO 

ALU VASES, HIS 3020 330 

OHARA, MIS 3100 19<!3 750 

SPAR HIN, MIS 312S 1947 t 

MCCLOSKY, Mis 3155 • 



70,7 2284.8 



100 


8 


3 


25 


6 


I 


11 








20 


2 





11 


3 


1 


1* 


1 


t 


20 


1 





15 


1 






57 



32 




1 T / 




38 




I 8 1 


i 


38 




1 10 i 


iC 


34 


0,14 1 


1 17 1 


il 


38 




T 1 
T 1 
T i 





MIS 3800 



ALBION NORTHWEST, EOwAHOS, IS, 10E 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 3100 1967 



30 0,9 37,5 



MIS 3400 



ALBION WEST, EOWAROS, 33, 10E 





1453 


40 


OHARA, HJS 


3230 1478 


40 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3J73 1953 


8 



• ALLENDALE. nABASH, LAWRENCE, 1-2N, U-lJw 



2,7 10.9 
ABO 1953, REV 1976 









1912 


9870 229.8 


23350.4 


1171 


9 


5 


PLEASANTvIEW, 


PEN 


660 




6810 













BRIDGEPORT, PEN 


1070 




* 













BUCHANAN, PEN 




1290 




t 













BIEHL, PEN 




1450 




t 




728 


3 


2 


JORDAN, PEN 




1490 




f 




28 


4 





mAlTERSBuRG, m 


IS 


1540 




320 




24 








TAR SPRINGS, P 


IS 


1600 




250 




22 








HArDinsBoRG, h 


IS 


1780 




10 




2 








CYPRESS, MIS 




1920 




1830 




S4 








SAMPLE, Mis 




1769 




1290 




12 








BETHEL, MIS 




2010 




* 




103 





I 


ALU VASES, H]3 




2280 




180 




1« 








OHARA, MIS 




2300 




990 




20 





1 


SPAR MTN, MIS 




2300 




• 




13 








MCCLOSKY, MIS 




2300 




■ 




2* 


1 


1 


ST LOUIS, Mis 




22Tb 


1967 


30 




3 


1 





SAlEM, mis 




2774 


1968 


80 




T 


2 





JLlIN, Mis 




2806 


1966 


JO 




2 









336 



33 

31 
30 
34 
34 
35 
3S 
37 



36 

39 
39 
39 





AM 


S 30 


AM 


S 12 


AM 


S 15 


AM 


S 20 


AM 


S 10 


AM 


S IS 


AM 


S 20 


AM 


S 10 


AM 


S 10 


AM 


s X 


AM 


S 10 


AM 


S 12 


AM 


L 10 


AM 


US 5 


AM 


L 8 


AM 


I 15 




I 10 




L 12 





MIS 3762 



ORO 3143 



ALMA, MARION, <|N, 2E 



CYPRESS, MIS 
BENOIST, MIS 
SPAR m.tn, MIS 



AMITY, R1CMLAN0, 4N, 14W 



AUX VASES, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 





1941 


60 


1605 




10 


1945 


1442 


50 


2085 


1941 


40 
ABO 




1442 


70 


3060 


1477 


10 


2960 


1942 


70 



0,0 



1.3 



82,0 



38,0 



6 



















A 


1 










3S 




S 


7 


AL 


6 










36 




8 


8 


AL 


?. 










36 


0,26 


L 


10 


AC 









36 



S 10 

Ol 5 MC 



0EV 364j 



MIS 3873 



AMITY S, RICMLANO, 4N, 14W 

SPAR MTN, MIS 2840 1953 

AMITY n, RICMLANO, 4N, 14W 

AUX VASES, m;s 2925 1953 

ASHLEY, WASHINGTON, 23, IW 

BENOIST, Mis 1430 1953 



20 13,6 15,7 
ABO |9S3, REV 1979 



10 0,0 0.0 
ABO 1954 



210 8,4 486,5 



13 







o 1 



1 38 



38 



13 30 



L 4 



S 12 



MIS 3032 



MIS 3100 



OEV 3116 



ASHLEY €, WASHINGTON, j>S, IW 
BENOIST, MIS 



1636 1464 



60 1,3 62.7 







MIS 1904 



ASHMORE E, COLES, 13N, law 
(CONTINuEO ON NEXT PAGE) 



16 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ABLE K continued 



pool, cuhnty, 

location 

by township 

ano Range 

(* StlONDASr 

RECOVERY 
Jtt PAKT HI 



PAT ZONE 



OEEPEST 
TEST 



OEP. 

TM 
NAME ANU AGE (FT) 



NUMBER OP WELLS CHARACTER 

PROUUCTION ....................... OP OIL 

AREA M BBLI COMP. CO- .......... PAT {ONE 

TEAR PRO. ................ LETEO MpL. AB- pROO. 8UL- — — .. — .... .......... 

Of vfu UUH. TO TO ETEO ANO- uCING FUR kind IHi- STR. UEP. 

UI3C. IN ING ENO OP ENU OP IN ONE!) END OF G», PtRC. OP C«N. OCT. {ONE TM 

UVE«T ACRES 1979 1979 I9T9 1979 J974 TEAR API ENT ROCK tSS URE (FT) 



ASMMQRE it COLES, |i«, UW 

PEnnjtlvanian 



41) 1956 



ASMMQRt S ♦, COLES, CLARK, I2N, in-nf, 1«* 



60 0,0 
ABO 1457, REv 1969 



rCONTINuEO FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 
0.4 6 4 SO S 14 





1951 


sen 


ONNAMEO, pen 


420 195* 


120 


MISSISSIPPIAN 


475 196J 


20 



Z.3 



54. 5 



24 








23 








I 









17 



24 
38 



A »L 

17 



Dtv 122S 



TRN 2260 



ASSUMPTION CtN, CHRISTIAN, 1JN, IE 

OEvOnIaN 2433 

• assumption l, christian, is.un, ie 



BENOIST, mjs 1050 
SPAR MTN, MIS 1170 
LlNGLE, i)Ev 2300 



1961 



1948 
1949 
1949 
1948 



10 0,0 
ABO 1961 



0.0 



1 



2460 »S,1 10385,3 188 I 

590 47 1 

220 17 

2300 126 



38 



55 



S1L 2566 









A 


ORO 


3070 


36 


S 


13 


A 






40 


S 


4 


AL 






38 


L 


8 


A 







ASSUMPTION 8, CHRISTIAN, 12N, iE 

LtNGLE, OEv 2630 



1951 



50 0,6 23.6 3 1 39 L 15 SIL 2600 



AVA. CAMPBELL HILL ♦, JACKSON, 78, J.4W 

CYPRESS, MIS 780 1"»16 

BALDhlN, RANUOL.PH, 4S, 6n 

SILURIAN 153S 1954 



140 0,0 25.0 16 
ABO 1943, REV 1956, ABO 1957 



30 



0.2 11. t 



3 



38 



1 32 



8 18 A TRN 3582 



X R TRN 2234 



BANNISTEN,MAhION,?N, JE 

AUX VASES, MIS 2570 

•BARnhill, waYnE, WHITE, 2.33, 8.9E 



AUX VASES, mis 3325 

OHARA, mis 3370 

SPAR MJN, MIS J400 

MCCLUSKY, His 3«5o 

ST LOUIS, MIS 3520 

SALEM, MIS 3795 



1973 


10 0,0 
ABD 1978 


8,6 


1 








19J9 


2120 62,8 


63(2.6 


183 


2 





1943 


1130 




88 


1 







1210 




9 










• 




11 








1939 


1 




78 


1 







10 




1 










200 




9 









39 S IS 

OL 6 

LS 9 

38 0,17 Ol 15 

38 L 7 

39 L 8 



06V 4226 



OfcV 5500 



•BARTElSO, ClInTqn, j.jn, 3W 



CARLTLtfCTP), Mis 98b 



SILURIAN 



2420 



1936 600 26,4 4196.5 114 1 3 
1936 420 76 3 

19J9 400 J9 1 



46 STP 4212 

36 0,20 S 15 
42 0,27 L 12 X 



•bartelso t, Clinton, in, 3w 

SILURIAN 



2550 1950 



210 7,4 946,4 21 IB 42 L 7 K SIL 2/88 



BARTELSO S, CLINTON, IN, 3w 
DEVONIAN 

BARTELSO W, CLINTON, IN, 3.4* 



247S 19«2 



60 0,0 23,7 3 U 40 0.15 L 3 A OEV 2652 
ABU 1462 





1945 


290 


CTRRfeSS, HIS 


960 1945 


290 


SILURIAN 


2439 1961 


10 



2,3 100.8 



21 14 

18 36 

10 40 



A SiL 2600 
S 15 A 
L T A 



•BEAuCOUP, WASHINGTON, 2S, 2* 



CLEAR CREEK, OEV 3050 
TRENTON, ORO 4095 



1951 


280 


1951 


260 


1952 


10 



0.9 381,6 



1« 








10 








A 


TRN 


4192 


14 










39 


L 


12 


A 






1 










39 


L 


5 


A 







•BEAUCUUP S, WASHINGTON, 28> ?w 
BENOIST, Mis 



1430 1951 



260 



(.9 1065,1 



22 



12 35 



9 AL ORO 4170 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



17 



TABLE 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY T0WN8MIP 

AND RANGE 

(• SELONDARY 

RtCOYERY 

SEt PAkT H) 



Pa* Zune 



..... YEAR 
OtP» OF 



AREA 

PRU. .— 
VEU OUR 



PKOOUCTION 
H BBL3 



CHARACTER 
OF OIL 



NAHt ANO AGE 



|K uISC. IN JNft 
(FT) 0«ERY ACRtS 1474 



NUMBER OP WELLS 

DEEPEST 
CUMP. CO- .......... PAY ZONE TtJT 

....... LETEO mpl» AB. PROO. SUf ..———— .......... 

TO TO ETED ANQ. uCINS PUH KINO THI. ST». uCP. 

ENQ OP END OP IN ONEO ENO OF GR, PERC- OF CKN. UCT. ZONE Th 
1979 1979 1979 1479 YEAR API ENT ROCK ESS UHE (FT) 



•BEAVER CRtEK, BONu, CLINTON, J.4N, *.)w 

BENOIST, MIS 1|30 1942 



isn 



2.4 2«0,6 



IT 



S 34 0.25 s 



SIL 2538 



BEAVtR CREfcK N, BOND, 4N, JW 
BENOIST, HIS 



1115 1*14 



■atAvEK LRtEK s ♦. Clinton, bond, i.4n, *.3w 







I4«fc 


«90 


C'PRtSS. hjs 


1U05 




2ft 


BETHEL, MIS 


107b 


147* 


10 


BENOIST, mis 


1140 


14(1 1> 


160 



sn o.n 0.7 * 

ABO 14J4, REv 1458, Abn 14M 



7, A 7«3.1 



53 





u 


2 








1 








SO 





u 



24 S 4 A OEV 2536 



25 A SIL 2606 

36 S 20 A 

S 7 

35 S 5 A 



BECKtHEYtR GaS ♦, CLINTON, 2N, In 

CPRESS, mjs 1070 1456 

•BELLAIR, CRAWPOHO, JASPER, »N, 14N 



(5U0 FT) , PEN 
18U0 PT) , PEN 
(400 PT), Mis 
CVPRESS, MIS 
BENOIST, mis 
MENAULT, MIS 
AUX VASES, mis 
UHaSa, mjs 
C»«PtR, MTs 



BELLt PRAIRIE, HAMILTON, 4S. 6.7t 
MCCLOSkY, Mis 



10 



1407 


2230 


560 


2i4n 


B15 


■ 


885 


t 


95u 


10 


luOu 


4*n 


aJu 


31 


600 


220 


660 


30 


1746 1964 


50 



n.O 



0.0 



ABO 1456 



443 





I 


70 






AM 


315 





1 


29 


S 


30 


AM 


77 








37 


S 


I 


AM 


19P 








37 


s 


« 


AM 


5 





u 


36 


s 


4 


AM 


5 








36 


s 


10 


AM 


6 








37 


s 


6 


AM 


U 








38 


s 


X 


AM 


1 








37 


L 


4 


A 


4 










s 


14 





SEE CLARK COUNTY niv, FOR. PRODUCTION 



S 23 SIL 2730 



DEV 2732 



3420 1440 



11,1 109J.2 



IT 



9 18 0,12 L 6 AC OEV 5483 



BtLLt PRaIkU n, HAMILTON, 4S, SE 

ULLlN, HIS 4206 l«54 

BELLt nlvE, JEFPtRSON, 3S, «t 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 3US5 1443 



in 0,5 
ABU 1460 



no 



O.S 



1,8 405,6 



37 L 6 MIS 4)89 



3 37 o.Bu L 6 AC his 4200 



BELLMONT, wAoASH, is, 13.14* 









1951 


30 n,n 


73.0 


4 








BETHtL, MIS 




2650 


1451 


10 


U.O 


1 








UHARA, MJS 




2640 


1451 


20 
ABO 1472 


62.0 


3 








, 3N, llri 






1442 


530 1.5 


3»S.l 


34 












AUx VA$ES, " 


IS 


1605 




ion 




8 








STfc, G, MIS 




1650 


1442 


640 




30 


n 






M HIS 3006 

36 S 7 ML 

40 L 7 MC 



A DEV 3410 
36 S 20 AL 
36 L 7 AC 



BEman t, LAWKfNCt, 3n, 10W 





1447 


111 


AUX VASES, M IS 


1005 1447 


31 


STE, G, MIS 


1660 1447 


no 



BENNlNUTyN S, tnwAHOS, IN, 1UE 
HCCLOSKY, MIS 

• BlNTON, FfcANKLlN, 6S, 2«3E 



324U 1444 



1441 

HEnNS»l v ANIAn WOO 

TAN SPRINGS, MJS 2100 1441 

AUX VASES, M 1S 2752 14J4 

UHARA, MJS ?00« 1454 

HCCLUlKV, MIS 290s I960 

ST, tOulS, MJS 2990 I960 

ULLlN, MJS 3705 I960 



n.n (16, 



ABO I960, NEV 1465, A6n 1969 



IP 0,0 
ABU 1946 



1U.4 



2360 

20 

2360 

3U0 

190 

g 

10 

10 



32.1 40026.5 



266 








2 








249 








21 








13 








5 








1 








1 


n 






A MIS 1924 
36 S 20 AL 
36 L 7 AC 



37 L 6 MC mjs 3420 



A TRN 6250 

33 S 9 AL 

16 S 10 A 

36 S 19 A 
L 8 A 

37 Ol 4 AC 
36 L 6 A 
36 L » A 



• BtNTON N, PWANK|.IN, 5.6S, 2t 
UOnTINuEU UN N£«T PAuE) 



830 



23,1 3946.6 



62 



A OEV 4750 



18 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \IH I s continued 



pool, County, 

LUCATIOn 

8» TO"nSmIP 

ANO "ANliE 

(• SECONOARY 
HtCOVEBT 
SFt PART IJ) 



X«M t »N U Af.L 



.... . year 

otP. or 

TM utsc- 

(PT) OVt»» 



>JU"9EK 0' "ELLS CHARACTER 

PROJUCTION ....................... jF OK DEEPEST 

M «BL8 CO M P- C0« .......... vki iQnl TEST 

............... L6TE0 MPL» »B. P»00. »Ut» ..--.-..------ --------.« 

TO TO ETEO AND. uCINfc PUR «INO TMI. ST». UEP. 

£no or end or in o^to Cno or &», »t»c- or c«n» uct. /.one th 

ACRES 1*7<» 1979 I9T9 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT RQCK ESS UhE (FT) 



«WF» 
PRO. 
vEO 
IN 



our- 

IS 



•BtNTON N, '»»N«i.h, 3-63, ?t 

CYPRESS, "IS 
PAINT C»EEK, Mis 
BETHtL, HIS 

auk vases, mis 

OhaRa, mis 
SPAR mtn, mIS 
MCCLOSr*, MIS 
»T LOUIS, MIS 



?»*0 


1»»« 


100 


2301 


1«K2 


400 


2600 


1942 


• 


2685 




200 


2730 




470 


2775 


1941 


• 


2000 




• 


3062 


1979 


10 



(CONTINueo P»OM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



1" 



Jo 



1' 



n 


1 





!• 




s 


A 


21 








sa 


0,15 


s 


20 


16 


1 





39 


0,1b 


s 


10 


IS 








38 


0,70 


L 


s 


A 








36 


0.1b 


s 


6 


21 


1 





14 




L 


to 


I 


1 









L 


10 



•6ERKV, S'NGamon, i5«,, J» 



OEvONlAN 

SILURIAN 



1961 


*S0 


178} 1962 


60 


1736 1961 


590 



1?.' 



S40.3 



44 





2 


20 






2 










38 


S 


42 





2 




36 


L 



•SERnvvIlLE i. "ABASH, EOHAROS, HICML'NO, 1«2N, 14m 

1943 950 a,7 1633.9 31 

OHARA, mis 2900 1943 440 6 

SPAR mix, MIS 2650 1943 ■ 13 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 269u 1947 f 12 

SAlEM, mis 3J70 1973 1" 10 

JLLlN, mis 360S 1973 10 1 









M 


MIS 


3666 


39 


L 


6 


HC 








L 


12 


HC 






36 


L 
L 
L 


10 
JO 
10 


MC 







BESSIE, FRANKLIN, 63, 3E 



H ARA, MIS 
ULLlN, mis 



20 T a 9 134.9 2 1 
2695 1943 10 10 

3625 1979 in 1 1 U 



2 mis 3900 

S9 0,15 L 10 MC 

L 6 



BLACK BRANCH, SANGAMON, 15N, 4* 

SILURIAN 1600 1967 350 3,3 597,1 i" i 16 38 



L 10 3IL 1744 



BLACK BRANCH E *, SANGAMON, 13N, 4N 

SILURIAN 1-720 1969 10 0,0 2,6 1 

ABO 1974 

■»L»CKL»N0, MACOn, CHRISTIAN, iSN, U«1M 

SILURIAN 1935 1953 390 1,1 444.3 42 1 



4 39 



L 20 SJL 1755 



L 12 MU ORO 3780 



8LACKLAN0 N, MtejN, 16N, IE 
SILURIAN 



190b I960 260 1,3 248,5 22 



4 39 



L 111 SJL 2164 



BLACK HlvEN, hhITE, 48, 13m 
CLORE, MIS 

BLAIRSvlLLt «, HAMILTON, as, 7t 



1865 1952 60 9,2 33.4 8 3 
ABO 1976, REV 1976 



1948 160 0,0 406.3 10 

aih VASES, mjs 3230 1948 30 3 

SPAR MTN, MIS 3345 160 t 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 3405 1431 f 10 



7 36 



37 



MIS 307l 



A MIS 3507 



L 6 AC 
L 6 AC 



BLuroRO, JEFFERSON, 2S, uE 

MCCLOSRV, MIS 3U60 1961 30 1,3 138.6 2 



1 36 



Ol 6 MIS 3633 



BOGOTA, JASPf, 6N, 9E 



1943 190 1,2 536.0 10 

SPAR MTN, MIS 3090 190 10 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 31 10 1943 ■ 4 



A MIS 3234 

L 4 AC 
L T A 



BOGOTA N, JASPER, 6N, 9E 



MCCL08KV, MIS 3080 1949 20 0,0 0,0 2 

AMD 1950, REV 1973 



1 37 



BOGOTA S, JASPER, S-6N, 9E 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 3075 1944 500 1,3 546,1 23 3 37 



MIS 3647 



8 MC MIS 3712 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



19 



TABLE ^-continued 



POOL, COUNTy, 

LOCATION 

»V TOWNSHIP 

•NO RANGE 

(• SEtONDARr 
RECOVtRY 

set part in 



pat ZoNt 



NAME ANJ AGE 



..... YEAR 

OtP. OF 

TM 0I5C. 

(FTJ uvt»T 



ARE* 

PRu. 

/ED 

IN 

AC"tS 



NUMBER OF WELL* CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION «..—...—............ OF OIL DEEPEST 

m 8BLS COMP. CO- .......... p*r ZONE TEST 

............... LETED mpl. AB. P»00. S'JL- --...-....--.. .......... 

TO TO ETCU ANQ. uCING FUR KIND 1"1- 3TR. u!P. 

END OF END OF |N ONES END OF (,R, Pt»C OF CKN. UCT. ZONE TH 

1979 19T9 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT ROCK bSS URE (FT) 



OUR. 

IN( 

1979 



BOGOTA u, JASPER, bN, 9E 



MCCLOSKY, MIS 



3U8U 1966 



• BONE (jAP L, EUWAROS, IS, lO.llE, 1 M 



PFNNSVL"ANIAN 
WAI.TERSBUR&) Mis 
CYPRESS, mjs 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, M iS 
OHARA, Mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MtS 



10 





1441 


1270 


2110 


1952 


10 


2310 


1951 


170 


2710 


1947 


100 


26*0 


1*52 


90 


3020 


19(17 


10 


30«u 


19«S 


950 


3045 


1947 


• 


3200 


1941 


• 



0.0 



30.4 2*46.5 



1 








AbD 1967 




73 


3 


1 


1 








IT 








7 








1 


3 





1 








JO 








7 





1 


2* 









37 



27 



32 
3S 

37 
39 
3k 
34 
35 
3( 



0,33 



S 


s 


AL 


S 


20 


A 


s 


10 


A 


s 


10 


tl 


s 


9 


»L 


L 


5 


AC 


L 


5 


AC 


L 


1 


AC 



MIS 3655 



MJS 4j4Q 



bone gap e, ednaros, is, u* 



JHARA, M]S 
'1CCLUSKV, MIS 
SA|.fM, MIS 



BONE GAP W, tO«AKOS, IS, 10E 
STE, GEN, Mis 

•BJULOfcR », CLINTON, 2.3N, 2m 



BEN01ST, MJS 
GENEVA, oEv 
SILURIAN 



B'JuLUEH t ♦, d.T"* T UN, 3N, ! „ 
uFvOnTan 

•UUURPuN C, UOuGlaS, t5N, 7E 



1"»51 190 13,0 96,6 
298U 1951 70 
3U5o • 

3555 1974 i£0 

ABU 1956, Rev 1974 



329u 1954 100 0,n 31,8 
ABU 1973.REV 1964 



19»1 561 0,11 8120.0 
1190 1942 500 
2630 1941 470 
2700 1963 40 

ARO 1965 



2650 1955 



50 







1956 


1050 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


160U 1956 


1050 


mcclusky, 


MIS 


1715 1976 


• 



4.4 233.1 



4,9 1811,4 



15 


I 


1 


6 


1 





1 








9 





1 



5? 








33 








22 








1 









93 








92 








t 









11 



36 



3 36 



3 39 



2k 



n "is «ooo 

L 10 MC 
L 1 MC 
L 4 



L 5 MIS 3504 



U TRN 3813 
37 S 20 D 
2S 0,33 7 M 

40 L 4 



L 5 OEV 2946 



LS 12 NC 

L 5 



2709 



oOuSbPn S, HuiJULAS, UN, 7t 

SPAR MTN, His 

BUwYtR, MlCMLANO, SN, 14* 



SPAR HTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



•B(JYU, JtFFEHSON, IS, 1«2E 



1691 1960 



SO 0,7 8.1 
ABU 1464, REV 1976 







1944 


1490 


BENOIST, MiS 


2U6U 


1944 


1450 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2130 


1944 


(60 


OHARA, mjs 


2230 


1945 


30 


i»tNroN,o»u 


5UO0 


1967 


BO 



1436 20 0,0 IJ.7 2 

?»83 1958 10 1 

2676 1971 10 1 

A8U 19JT, REV 1971, »un 1972 



17,2 11916.0 



127 








114 








48 








24 









2 3» S 12 NC M(S 1780 



8 I 

L 5 



MIS 2950 



39 A TRN 3400 

33 0,14 S 19 A 

37 S 15 A 

39 L 2 AC 
X 



BMOUGMiriN, HAMIL10N, 6S, TE 







1951 


290 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3275 


1951 


MO 


SALEM, HIS 


4024 


1478 


29 


ULLlN, MJS 


419U 


1977 


160 



BRUUGHTON S, SALINE, Ts, 7t 



TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 



•HHOwN, HAHIUN, JN, IE 

CYPRESS, MIS 



167U 1910 



61.1 



170.0 



A80 1954, REV 1977 



1« 
7 
3 

9 



120 



1,6 158.0 



12 



5 i 

3 



2 



1951 20 0,0 o.l 2 

2315 1974 io 10 

3215 1951 10 10 

ABU 195?, REV 1974, A80 1976 



15 



37 



10 3fc 



L 5 
L 35 

L 10 



MIS 4446 



HJS 3300 



X N HIS 2036 



20 



ILLINOIS STATL GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \ HI E S continued 



pool, COUNTY, 










NUMBER OP RELLB 




CHARACTER 








LOCATION 
b» TOHNShIP »i» 7 u^t 








PH00UCT10N 
H P.BI.S 












OP 


OIL 






DEEPEST 

Til TEST 




TEAR 
OP 


AHFA 
PRO- 
VED 


COHP- 

LETEO 

TO 


CO- 
MPL- 
ETED 


AB- 
AND- 






PAT Z 


(• secondary 


DEP- 


ohm- TO 


UCING 




FUN 


KIND 


IHI 


. 8TR- OEP- 


recovery 


TH 


OISC 


IN 


INS ENO OP 


tNU OP 


IN 


ONED 


eno 


np 


SR. 


PERC- 


OP 


CRN 


• UCT. ZONE Th 


SEt P»HT ID "|M t *MD «St 


tPTJ 


UVERY 


»L»tS 


1979 1479 


19T9 


19T9 


1979 


TEAR 


API 


ENT 


ROCK 


ESS 


UHE (PT) 


•BROhNS, EOWARuS, MABASH, 1-2S, ] 


Am 


1941 


1060 


23,6 (615,3 


69 










12 
















A DEV 1200 


BltHt, PEN 


18TU 


1962 


10 




1 












32 




s 


S 




TAX S'KlNf.S, "IS 


2365 


19<|T 


40 




1 





u 






16 




s 


14 


AL 


CPRESS, "IS 


?6«J 


1943 


160 




26 












36 


0,16 


s 


13 


A 


BETHEL, MtS 


2785 


1944 


60 




5 












39 




s 


12 


AL 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2965 




10 




1 












36 




s 


7 


AL 


ohara, mis 


2965 


1946 


T70 




11 












34 




L 


4 


AC 


SPA* "TN, HIS 


2975 


194T 


1 




1 
















L 


1 


AC 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


5000 


1944 


« 




3? 












38 




L 


6 


A 



•BROxNS E, waBaSh, 1-2S, 14W 



PENNSYLVANIAN 
CYPRESS, HIS 
SPAR HTN, nil 
SALEM, HIS 





1946 


900 


1644 


1961 


10 


2570 


1946 


790 


2930 


1977 


70 


1420 


1976 


30 



13,1 2965,1 



76 

1 

72 

3 

4 



2 



2 

u 





17 



32 

36 



S > 

8 13 ML 
S 5 

L 20 



HIS 



3729 



BROWNS 1, EOriAHDS, 2S, 1 4 w 



MAiTERSSuRb, mis 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, his 
UHARA, hjs 



BRuBAKbR,MARI0N,iN,3E 



SPAR MTN, Mis 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, mis 
JEvOnIAN 





1943 


120 6,7 


131.8 


2330 


1476 


10 




2650 


1943 


60 




2950 


1947 


40 




3020 


1976 


20 








ASO 1966, REV 


1970 




1973 


170 40,1 


345,6 


234| 


1973 


SO 




2395 


1973 


1 




2550 


1976 


40 




2765 


1974 


10 




3820 


1973 


70 





N HIS 3670 
S 10 
36 S 15 NL 
36 8 « NL 

I 6 



S 20 

Ofc i 

L 46 

D 7 

L 1 



SIL 3200 



BUCKMORN, BRUWN, 1-25, 4* 

SILURIAN 662 1961 

BUCKNEk, PNANKLlN, 6S, 2E 

AUX VASES, His 2601 1963 



50 0,0 0.0 3 
ABD 1964, REV 197} 



90 8,5 97.8 7 1 



4 37 3 SIL 705 



5 16 S 12 HIS 1U60 



bulpitt s, christian, isn, i» 

JEV-SIl 
•BUNSAY C, HAHILTON, 4S, 7E 



RENAULT, His 
AUX VASES, His 
uhaRa, his 
spar htn, mis 
mcclosky, mis 

ULLlN, mis 



1911 196*2 



1941 
3270 

3293 1941 
3335 

3400 1943 
3425 |943 
4190 1939 



60 0,0 3.4 4 
ABD 1969 



3300 44,3 14370,0 256 1 

550 22 

2770 196 1 

370 5 1 







3 



10 



18 
1 



36 L 15 DVS 199Q 



73 



19 




I 10 


AL 


39 


0,24 1 


13 


AL 






A 


AC 






8 


AC 


36 


0,24 1 


6 


AC 


IS 




10 


AC 



DEV 5566 



BURNT PRAIRIE S, WHITE, 48, »E 







1947 


40 


AUX VASES, MIS 


3330 




10 


QHARA, His 


3415 


1947 


40 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3460 




• 



0.3 



31.2 



3 


1 





2 








1 










37 


S 


24 


1 










36 


L 


6 


1 


1 









L 


4 



HIS 1600 



BURNT PRAIRIE SW, mHITe, 4$, 6b 







1979 


270 


AUX VASES, his 


3336 


1979 


60 


UHARA, HIS 


1416 


1979 


210 


*PAR HTN, MIS 


1451 


1979 


f 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


1513 


1979 


• 



126.6 



126.6 



21 
3 

i 



21 

3 

3 

2 



12 12 



21 



HIS 3596 



CALHOUN LEn, RICHLAND, 2n, I UE 



SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1950 30 0,0 0.5 3 

3245 30 2 

3280 1950 • 10 

ABD 1952, REV AND ABO 193) 



37 



6 MC 
3 MC 



MIS 



3533 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



21 



TABLE 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND RANSE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEt PART II) 



PAY lijHi 
YEAR 

ntP« of 

TH oISC. 
NA«t ANQ AGt (FT) OVERY 



PRODUCTION 
AKEA m BBLS 

PRO. .............. 

VfU UUH. TO 



NUMBER OF WELLS C M ARACTEf) 

....................... OF OIL 

COMP. CO* .......... 

LtTEO HPL. AB. RROO. JUL- 

TO CTCO AND. uCINS FUR 



PAY JOnE 



DEEPEST 
TEIT 



IN INS end OF ENU Of IN O w tD EnO OF JR. PERC. 
ACRES 1'79 14T9 19T9 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT 



KIND TNI. ST»- UEP« 

OF C«N. UCT« {ONE TH 
ROCK ESS URE (FT) 



• CALhOijN c, iIC"l»nO, nAyn£, 2»3n, 9.10E 



OMARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 



1944 

3100 1444 
SlfcO 

5180 1944 

S3T0 1967 

3730 1967 



1980 
1970 



10 
20 



IT, 8 4135.2 



HO 








14 










A 


22 










39 




OL 


9 


A 


25 










J7 




OL 


1 


A 


t" 










39 


0.15 


OL 


10 


A 


1 










59 




L 


9 




2 










39 




L 


8 





SIL 38*3 



•CALHOuN E, nICHiAnD, jn, tO.UE 

MCCLOSnV, MIS 3285 1930 



CALHOUN N, RICHLAND, 3N, 10E 



spar mtn, mis 
mccloskv, mis 



I'll" 

3155 1944 
3170 1944 



150 0,0 
ABU 1977 



£0 
60 



1.8 



350,6 



84,8 



a 
I 

a o 



59 



56 



LS 
OL 



5 MC MIS 5580 



A MIS 5260 

10 A 

11 A 



• CALHOUN S, WAYNE, RICHLAND, EDWARDS, WN, 9E 



AUX VASES, MIS 
QHARA, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



1953 


570 


19.0 


720,9 


39 








12 








3175 1955 


20 






2 










58 


L 


3 


5252 1965 


350 






4 












L 


8 


522a 196? 


1 






17 












L 


5 


5209 1961 


« 






20 










57 


OL 


6 



CAhLINvlLLt ♦, MACOUPIN, 9n, 7. 
UNNAMED, PEN 



CAkllNVlLLt N ♦, MACOUPIN, ION, ;» 

pottswillE, pen 

CAHlINvIl.Lt 4, MACOUPIN, 9N, Tw 
PENNSYI.VANIAN 

• CABLTLf, CLINTON, 2N, 5w 



&OI.CONDA, MIS 
CANLYLEfCVP), MIS 



J80 1909 



490 1991 



539 1958 



1911 

900 1952 

1035 1911 



ABO 1955, REV 1961 



90 0,0 X 8 2 28 
ABO 1925, HEv 1942 



100 0,0 1,0 16 20 0,35 
ARO 195" 



10 0,0 0.0 1 
ABO 1964 



1310 22,7 4232.5 204 2 

10 7 

1300 202 2 



26 



51 



MIS 4132 



i a mis usa 



10 THN 1970 



I PEN 1020 











A 


STP 


4120 


55 




L 


10 


AC 






35 


0,26 


8 


20 


AL 







CAHLYLt t, CLINTON, 2N, 2» 

UENOIST, mjs 

•CARlvlE N, CLINTON, 5N, 3k 
8EN01ST, MJS 



11»7 1963 50 0,0 0.9 2 1 54 
ABU 1972, RfeV 19T6 



1150 1950 5J0 12,8 945.4 43 51 54 



MIS 1245 



6 AL Ctv 2538 



CARLYLE S, CLINTON, IN, Jw 

CYPRESS, mis 
«CARMI, .Hilt, 5S, 9t 



PENNSYI.VANIAN 
CYPRESS, mjb 
AOX VASES, MIS 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 



CARMj n, WHITE, 5S, 9E 



1075 1951 



1940 
1210 
2600 
5145 
5150 1940 



20 0,0 
ABO 1955 



2.0 







1992 


80 


CYPRtSS, MIS 


2940 




20 


SAMPLE, MIS 


3060 


1954 


10 


AUX VAJES, MIS 


3270 


1942 


60 



250 2,4 401.7 

10 

100 

50 

110 

ABO 1449, HEy 1952 



2,? 298.3 



55 



MIS 1194 



21 








1 








M 


"IS 


3546 


1 










52 


S 


10 


ml 






6 










38 


S 


19 


ML 






3 










37 


S 


6 


ML 






8 










35 


OL 


6 


MC 







b 








3 










A 


MIS 


5432 


1 










36 




S 


15 


AF 






t 










57 




s 


II 


»' 






5 










56 


0,14 


8 


16 


AF 







•CAStV, CLARK, 10. UN, 14" 



UPPER &AS, PbN 
LOnEM OAS, PEN 
CASEY, PEN 
C»RPtR, MIS 



1906 3040 X X 513 3 227 

265 27J0 43 32 

300 1 89 3 30 

445 « 373 33 

UOo 250 20 36 

SEE CLARk C00N1Y OIV FQR PRODUCTION 







AM 


TRN 


2608 


3 


1 


AM 






S 


X 


AM 






• 


10 


AM 






S 


30 


AM 







22 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



\UI I 8 < ontinued 



PUOL, CUUNTY, 

LOCATION 

DV TU«NSMIP 

ANO RANGE 

(• SELOnDARY 

RtCOVtRY 

SEt PANT II) 



c«» ZUNt AREA 

............ .... TEA> PRO. 

DtP. OP VEO 

TH UISC. IN 

"»"t ANO AGt (M) UVERY ACRES 



NU"bEH UP WELL8 CHARACTER 

PROOUCTION ....................... 0' OIL 

M BBLS CUMP- CO- .......... 

............... LtTCP HPL- AB. PROD. BUL< 

TO TO ETEU ANLi. uCINu PUR 

ENO OF ENO OF IN ONEO ENO OF SR, P£RC« 

1979 19T9 I9T9 1974 YEAR API EnT 



pAt mm 



OtEPElT 
TEST 



UUN- 

INC 

1474 



KINO TMI. SIR. UEP. 

OP CKN. OCT. ZONE Th 
ROCK tSB UHE (FT) 



• CtNTERVRLf , WHITE, US, 4E 



AUX VASES, ^IS 
OHARA, "IS 
SPAR «TN, MIS 
MCCLQSKT, MIS 



1940 
3240 19b3 
331U 
3370 
33T0 1440 



190 

10 

190 

1 



0,5 533.5 



13 
t 

6 

2 
6 



MIS 3914 



37 




s 


6 


NL 


56 




L 


to 


NC 






L 


1 


HC 


37 


0,17 


OL 


a 


NC 



• CENTEMVIUE f, *HiT t , 3. SS, 4.10E 



PALESUNfc, Mis 
TAR SPRINGS, Mis 
MAHOINSBuRfi, MIS 
CVPRESS, MIS 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, MIS 
OHARA, MIS 
»PAR mtn, MIS 
MCCLOSkv, MIS 



1441 

2225 1450 
2500 

2615 1450 
2915 1441 
2490 1442 
3UT5 
31T5 
3165 
3230 



127D 30,0 B319.5 
20 
BIO 

40 
MO 

P20 
530 
320 



3* 








60 






A 


? 








35 


8 


3 


ALF 


35 








se n. 


20 S 


24 


ALF 


I 








36 


8 


t? 


ALF 


4T 








st 


B 


6 


ALF 


20 








38 


S 


20 


ALF 


38 








37 


8 


21 


ALF 


a 








36 


OL 


5 


ACF 


1 










LB 


6 


ACF 


1* 








37 


OL 


7 


ACF 



MIS 4330 



CENTtRVlLLE N, WMITE, 3S, lOt 

dETHtL, MIS 2990 144T 

SENTtRvlLLE N E, WHITE, 3S, lOt 

BETHEL, MIS 3055 1455 

tCENTRAL CJTv, Marion, in, j£ 

PEnnsvlvanian S26 1464 



10 0,0 
ABJ 14a8 



10 0,0 
ABO 1454 



130 



2.5 



U.O 



3.6 



™.l 



IS 



3B 



38 



U 33 



13 ML mis 3332 



14 



10 



MIS 3407 



MIS 1942 



•CENTRAL!*, CLINTON, M A R10N, 1.2N, It, IN 







1437 


2480 


PETRO, PtN 


765 


1458 


30 


CVPRESS, MIS 


120U 




1530 


BENOIST, Mis 


1355 


1437 


2310 


OEvOnIAN 


2870 


1434 


2610 


TRENTON, ORO 


3930 


1440 


1100 



2480 128,5 57548,7 1021 



021 





2 


4 








57 








37T 





1 


314 





1 


54 









235 











I ORO 


4170 


32 




S 


X / 






ST 


0,20 


8 


1? 1 






38 


0,17 


8 


20 - 






•0 


0,38 


L 


4 1 






4U 




L 


22 ' 







LENTRALlA H, CLINTON, IN, JH 







1440 


40 


0,8 


421.4 


10 








1 








N 


CVPRESS, 


MIS 


1308 I960 


10 






1 





u 


35 




S 


a 


N 


BENOIST, 


MIS 


1440 1940 


90 






4 








38 


0.17 


s 


4 


N 



DEV 3U2| 



CHESTERVILlE, UOUGLAS, 1SN, 7E 
SPAR MTN, MI8 



1780 1956 



0.1 



36,4 



I 39 



LS 



8 ML MIS 1824 



•CHESTtRvlLLE t, DOUGLAS, 14.15N, 7. BE 

SPAR MTN, MIS 1720 1457 



CHRISTOPHER S, FRANKLIN, 78, It 



AUX VASES, MIS 
OHARA, MIS 



CLAREMONT*,RICMLANO, In, 14" 



1464 
2620 1464 
2690 1464 



400 
ABO 1474 



0,0 1164,4 



30 
30 
10 







1450 


100 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


3200 1950 


IUO 


MCCLOSKV, 


Ml* 


3218 1464 


1 



0,0 



o.o 



9.9 



20.2 



41 



ABO 1471 
CLARK COuntv 01V, CLARK, COLtS, CRAWFORD, CUMBtRLANO, JASPER 



1400 26410 268,7 86606,6 5830 12 12 



39 



3 














3 


U 




SB 


8 


8 


1 







ST 


L 


10 


AbD 1964 












8 














5 









S 


4 


S 









L 


4 



1618 



10 NC MIS 1785 



MIS 2820 



1NCL BELLAIR CA8EV JOHNSON N,S MARTINSVILLE 8I&GINS wEJTFLD YORK 



CLARkSBUkG, SHtLdV, ION, 4E 

AUX VASES, MIS 



1770 1446 



50 



3,6 



45,4 



2 36 



MIS 4065 



ORO 4519 



Otv 3206 



•CLAY CITY C, CLAY, WAYNE, RICMLANU, JASPER, 1-Tn, 1.28, 6-llE 

1937 95400 2913,7 I1T910.2 6532 103 69 2308 

«AlTgR8BU«&, MIS 2|75 1952 10 1 36 

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A 
4 AL 



PC 11614 



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23 



TABLE H— continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND R»M,E 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEE PART tj) 



PAY ZUNE 



OEPi 

TM 



YEAR 
OF 

uisc. 



NA"t AND ACE 



(FT) UVERY 



AREA 
PRO* 
VCO 
l» 

ACRES 



NUMBER OF "ELLS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ........ ......... ...... OF OIL 

M AtPLS COMP. CO" .......... 

............... LETEO mpl- aB. P»O0. IUl« 

TO TO ETEO ANQ. OuIMi FUH 

ENO OF END OF IN ONEO END OF OR. PERC" 

19T9 19T9 19T9 1979 YEAR API ENT 



PAY ZONE 



DEEPEST 
TEST 



uuk. 

INfi 

1979 



KIND TMI- 8TR- UEP- 

OF C"N. UCT. iONE Tn 
ROCK ESS UHE (FT) 



•CL»Y CITY C, CLAY, wAYNt, RICHLANO, JASPER, 1-Tn, 1>2S, 6.I1E 



TAR SPRING*, MIS 
CYPRESS, mis 
BEIMEL, Mis 
AU< VASES, MIS 
UMARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, Mis 

st, touts, mis 

SALtM, M JS 
ULLIN, mis 
CAMPER, Mis 
LInGlE, OEv 



1949 
19J7 



256o 

2eSS 

2600 
29«0 
3U2U 
3030 
3050 
302b 
SS40 1*30 
3b0u 1*5? 
3*06 1474 
"iSU 1944 



1442 



1437 

1444 



130 

82*0 

260 

31270 

66230 



2790 
5670 

s»n 

10 

to 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



8 

37T 

23 

2122 

250 

(>32 

3122 

239 

344 

i* 

1 

1 




6 
3 

1« 
2 

10 

52 
2 

35 
a 
1 
o 





I 

o 

31 
3 

7 

20 
2 

11 
I 





38 
3k 
34 
38 
38 
38 
39 
38 
39 

40 

39 



s 


IS 


AL 


8 


IS 


AL 


S 


IS 


AL 


8 


15 


AL 


OL 


5 


AC 


L8 


S 


AC 


OL 


10 


AC 


L 


3 


A 


L 


10 


A 


L 


IT 


A 


S 


8 




L 


10 


A 



CLEAH L**E F,3ANbAM0N, lbN,4w 
SILURIAN 



1596 1470 



0.3 



24,0 



1 25 



12 



SIL 



1633 



CLIFFORD, WILLIAMSON, 8S, IE 







14S7 


40 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2380 


1457 


40 


SPAR MTN, MlS 


2470 


1457 


20 


MCCLUSKY, MIS 


2541) 


1457 


1 
AMD 1465 



0,0 



15.0 



2 

















2 










36 


S 


7 


1 












L8 


7 


1 










36 


L 


S 



MIS 2623 



•COIL, »avnE, IS, 5E 







1442 


a«o 


AUX VASES, M]$ 


241U 


1442 


310 


MCCLOSKY, MtS 


3U65 


1442 


10 


ST LOUIS, MIS 


3021 


1467 


100 


SALEM, Mis 


3510 


1477 


90 



66,2 3104,5 



35 








23 










A 


22 










39 


0,12 


S 


10 


A 


1 










38 




OL 


IS 


AC 


6 














L 


9 




8 














L 


1« 





MIS 3630 



COIL N, wA«Nt, IN. |S, 5E 

AUX VASES, MIS 



2841 1938 



9.6 



242.4 



6 39 



MIS 3660 



• COIL w, JtFFERSuN, 1$, 4E 



AUX VASES, MIS 
UMARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SAlEm, mis 





1442 


550 


2720 


1444 


160 


2790 


1942 


220 


2605 




t 


2660 


1942 


t 


3060 


1467 


160 


3346 


1961 


160 



23,7 1201.6 



49 








19 








A 


15 










39 


S 


13 


AL 


11 












L 


7 


AC 


2 












L 


X 


AC 


IS 










38 


L 


8 


AC 


IS 





a 




39 


L 


7 




12 










37 


L 


10 


A 



MIS 3666 



C0LL1NSVILLE, mauISOn, 3N, 8n 
SILURIAN 



1305 1909 



40 0,0 
ABU 1921 



1.0 



•COLMAR.PL YMUUTM, HANCUCK.MCOONOUGM, 4.5N, 4.5n 

MOINU, OEV 450 1914 4520 25.2 5023.8 



SOS 



37 



67 35 0,38 8 



20 ML STP 21T7 



14 AL SHK 1095 



•CONCORD C, white, 6S, 10E 



TAR SPRINGS, MIS 

HAHDINsBuRG, MIS 
CYPRESS, Mis 
AUX VASES, MIS 
OMARA, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
ULLlN, MIS 





1942 


2010 


2270 


1443 


350 


2510 


1954 


350 


2625 


1944 


270 


2905 


1942 


670 


2930 


1943 


1080 


3035 




6 


2990 




* 


3370 


1976 


220 


3900 


197S 


?80 



126,3 8420.6 



190 


9 





70 








A 


oev 


5313 


26 










36 




1 11 


AL 






30 










36 




1 7 


A 






14 










37 




1 10 


AL 






49 










36 


0,15 • 


1 l« 


AL 






2 














8 


AC 






3 














8 


AC 






56 










37 




10 


AC 






16 


7 


u 








7 








14 


s 




















CONCORD E C, WHITE, 6>7S, (O t 



NA|.TERSBoRG, mis 
TAR SPRINGS, mis 
CYPRESS, MIS 
mEnAOLT, mis 
AUX VASES, MIS 
OMARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 



1442 


420 


2l«0 


40 


2175 


70 


2540 


190 


2800 


20 


2825 


70 


2895 


120 


2845 


f 


2963 


6 



3.7 



696,1 



39 





1 


12 








4 










33 1 


1 10 i 




3 










36 1 






16 










36 1 






2 










36 1 






T 





I 




36 1 


i 12 1 




3 














C 


S 





I 








c 


3 










37 I 




c 



MIS 3125 



24 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



\l(l I 8 < ununited 



POOL. COUNTY, 
LOCATION 
BY TQWNSHlP "■•< ZONE 




YEAR 
OF 

OISC. 
OVtRY 


AREA 
PRO- 
VEO 
IN 

ACRES 


P 


ROOUCTIOn 
m 8818 


NljMBf M U' 


WtLLl 




cmaractem 

OF Oil 


FAY ZONE 


DEEPEST 


COMP. 

LETtO 

TO 

ENO OP 

19T9 


CO- 
MF1. 
ETEO 

IN 
19T9 


A8. 
ANU. 
ONEf) 
1474 


PROD. 

UCINL 

ENO of 

YEA* 


TtST 


AFI 


iul- 
fun 

Pt*L- 
ENT 




(* SECONDARY 
RECOVtRV 

ill PART II) M»»t AND ACt 


DEP- 

TM 
(FT) 


UUM- 

INU 

19T9 


TO 

ENO OF 

1474 


KINO 

OF 
ROCK 


TMl 
C*N 
ESS 


. IT* 

• UGT 

UHE 


. OEP. 
. ZONE TH 
(FT) 


• COOKS "ilD C ♦, COLES, DOUGLAS, 


13«14N, r-6f 


3100 

10 

10 
3040 

f 
10 
40 

1*30 

9|0 

?90 

50 

t 

10 
AP-J I960 

10 
ABQ I960 

10 
ABO 1475 

10 
ABO 1463 

50 

530 
440 

10 

00 


4,4 

38, T 

12.8 

0,0 
0,0 

0,4 
0,0 

I.J 

4.8 


3082,3 

10268,7 
SIS. 4 

10.6 
3.7 

a.o 

12. 5 
38,6 

4*7.9 


148 

1 
I 

140 
1 
1 

4 

155 

20 

J8 

I 

I 

1 

1 

1 

1 

5 

|4 

13 

1 

5 

























































u 








53 

3* 

18 





3 
3 


39 
37 
37 

38 
37 

3k 

38 
38 
38 

38 

36 

38 

42 

36 
36 
36 


0,19 
0,18 


S 

s 
s 

I 
s 

L 

s 
s 

L 

L 

L 
S 
3 

L 
L 

L 
L 
L 


20 
IS 
9 
4 
5 
3 

14 

10 

X 

10 

in 

18 
8 
X 

5 

4 

11 


A 

AC 
AC 

AC 




CYPRESS, «IS 
AUX VASES, MIS 
SPAR MTN, Mia 
MCCLOSkY, MIS 

CARPER, «IS 
DEVONIAN 

•COPOES, WASHINGTON, 3S, 3w 


itoa 

17*5 

■ too 

1*40 
ITOO 
2867 

1260 

loss 

1429 
2V8S 

3035 

1935 

235U 
2770 

2290 

3310 
33*1 

4146 


1941 
1'55 
14«1 
1446 
1*53 

1963 
1463 

193* 

14ST 
19S7 

195T 

1957 

1*97 

1978 

1955 

l«5S 

1943 
1443 
196? 
I960 


OEV 3054 


bFnOIST, mis 
COKINTh, WILLIAMSON, US, at 


TRN 3880 


AUX VASES, MIS 
UHARa, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 

CORInTh t, MlLL*lMSON, 8S, It 


MIS 3550 


MCCLUSKV, Mis 
CONInTm n, nUlIaMSOn, 8s, at 


MIS 3113 


AUX VASES, MIS 
CONINTM s, WILLIAMSON, 4S, «t 


MIS 3180 


CVPRESS, mis 
COTTAGE GROVE, SALINE, 4S, TE 


MIS 1820 


UMARA, mis 
COULTERVILLE N, nASMIn^TON, 33, 5« 


MIS I9T7 


SILURIAN 
•COVINGTON S, WAYNE, IS, 6t 


ORO 3204 


MCCLOSkY, MIS 
ST, LOUIS, mis 
ULLlN, mis 


OtV 9300 



CRAIG, PERKY, aS, 4W 

TRENTON, OHO 3650 19«8 

CRAVAT, jErFfcRsON, IS, IE 

8EN01ST, mis IOTQ 1934 



|0 0,0 2,9 10 
A*0 1951, REv 1965, ABD 1967 



120 



0,4 384,5 



11 



35 



L 20 A ORO 3750 



6 34 0,23 S 10 A DEV 3850 



CRAVAT W, JEFFERSON, IS, IE 



pennsylvanian 

8ETM6L, MIS 



145* 140 1,6 137,7 
1045 1*5* 130 1,* 117.7 
2070 1**0 10 0,0 0.0 



15 








1* 








1 


a 






14 



32 



S 10 
S in 



MIS 234Q 



CROSSVUlE, WHITE, us, 10E 







1*4* 


110 


BETHEL, MIS 


2680 


1948 


40 


AUX VASES, H 1S 


3030 


195* 


JO 


JH»<U, MIS 


3100 




80 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3110 


1*4* 


• 



•CNOSSVlLLt w, WHITE, 4S, lOt 



CYPRESS, MIS 
AUX VA8ES, MIS 
OHaRa, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



1451 
1810 1473 
3030 1952 
3110 1958 
3150 1958 
3185 1456 



16,0 



ABU 1452, REV 1*58, ABO 1958 



240 0,0 JTS.5 1» 

10 1 

130 4 

150 1 

• SO 

• TO 
ABO 1453, REV 1956, ABO 1*75 



11 

















M 


MIS 


32*3 


3 










38 


1 


4 


ML 






3 










37 


S 


20 


ML 






1 












I 


3 


MC 






4 










38 


L 


5 


MC 







37 
J7 



38 



m MIS 3500 

S 18 

S 8 ML 

L X M 

L X M 

L X MC 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



25 



TABLK 8 continued 



RUOLi Cuuntt, 

LOC»TJOn 

bV TOWNSHIP 

•NO RANGE 

(t SECONDARY 

RfcCOVtRY 
SEt PAKT IJJ 



pay 7uNt 



NA«L ANO AGE 



RROOUCTION 

M H8LS 



AREA 
----- YEAR PRU. ................ 

OEP. Of VEO OUR. TO 

TH UISC- IN INI, tNo OP 
tf-T j yvtRY ACRES 1979 19T9 



PAY ZONE 



DEEPEST 
TEST 



NUMbER OF WELLS CMaRACTEk 
....................... op OIL 

COM*. CO* .......... 

LtTEO HPL. AB. PROD. Sul- 
TO eTEO ANQ. UCIN6 FUH KINO THl. STB. OEp. 

tNo of in oneo end of or, perc. of ckn. uct. zone th 

1979 1979 i9T9 YEAR API ENT RQCK ESS UHE (FT) 



OAHLWȣn, HAMILTON, JS, 5E 



1941 
MCCLQSKV, MIS 3300 1941 

ULLlN, HIS djlu J9 5fc 



620 0,9 

ago 

10 



1215.9 



4! 








2 










44 










37 


0,16 


L 


11 


1 










39 




L 


IS 



0(v 



3299 



OAHLURtN w, JEFFERSON, 4S, 4t 
ULL'N, his 

•DALE C, PKAN«LtN, HAMILTON, SALINE, 5.7S, 4 



TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
HAkDINSBuRG, mis 
CYPRESS, Mis 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, HIS 
OHaRa, his 

SPAR HTN, MIS 

MCCLUSKY, Mis 
ST, LOutS, his 
ULLIN, MIS 



4U19 I960 


20 0,0 




ABO 1966 


., 5.7S, 4. 


Tt 


1940 


18490 253,2 


24J0 1943 


460 


?«»u 


120 


2700 1940 


15fO 


2975 


3460 


3150 1945 


16600 


3110 


3810 


3130 


• 


3150 1940 


• 


3163 1965 


60 


4168 197S 


40 



30,5 



99996.7 



1623 


2 


12 


41 





a 


12 





a 


126 





i 


285 





2 


1310 


1 


U 


109 





2 


14 








149 


2 


1 


7 


I 





4 


2 






1*5 



38 



36 
38 
39 
38 
37 
38 
38 
36 
39 



0,19 
0,15 

0,22 

0,19 



S 

8 

t 

S 

S 

L 

IS 

L 

L 

L 



23 

10 
J5 
»« 

20 
10 

7 
7 

I 

10 



5245 



»C 13031 



OAwSQN, S*NGA*OM, |6N, 3W 
STlukIan 

UECATUK, MaCUN, 16. UN, it 
SILURIAN 

UECATUK N, M»CUN, UN, 3t 

SILURIAN 
•UEEWlNG CITy, PHAN«LIN, 7S, 3t 



AUX VASES, MIS 
MCCLUSKY, M.IS 



1636 


19M 


10 0,0 
ABO 1972 


2000 


1953 


110 0,0 
ABO 1«S9 


2200 


1954 


10 0,0 
ABO 1955 


2610 
2913 


1957 
1937 
1963 


110 1,5 

80 
30 



0.0 



15.0 



0.1 



323.7 



8 
6 
2 



L 10 SIL 1705 



37 L 7 MU ORO 2800 



36 L 10 mu SIL 2240 



38 
34 



8 £0 

Ol a 



MIS 3146 



OttRING CITY E, FRANKLIN, 7S, JE 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 

•Oivint C, JtPFEHSUN, is, J-4E 



2965 1474 



10 1,3 



8.6 



L 7 «1S 3117 



AUX VASES, MJS 
UHARA, mjs 

SPAR HTN, MIS 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 
ST, LOU'S, HIS 
SALEM, MIS 



1943 


4260 


1S6.7 


2620 1447 


170 




2700 1444 


2390 




2700 1443 


» 




2750 1943 


t 




2640 1455 


32" 




319U I960 


1660 





11376,5 



290 


2« 


6 


10 





1 


S 








20 





1 


158 


1 


3 


33 


6 


1 


107 


1"» 


2 



142 A OEV 4700 

38 S 10 AL 

L 10 AC 

36 US 6 A 

37 0,21 L 6 AC 
37 L 7 AC 



J7 



L 10 AC 



UIVUE S, JEFFERSON, 23, 3.«E 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 

UIX S, JtFFENSuN, IS, if 

BENOIST, MIS 



•OOLLVILLE, SHELdV, 12N, 2t 
bETHEL, MI8 

UUbOIS CtN, WASHINGTJN, 3S, 1W 



UEnOIST. mis 
SPAR HTN, MIS 



2680 1448 



1950 1941 



1509 1961 



1454 
Ii35 1455 
1530 1954 



300 0,0 



20 0,0 
ABO 1446 



100 0,1 



130 6,3 

110 

70 



497.2 



13.4 



34,9 



233.1 



1* l 37 L 5 MIS 3580 



20o U35 S 8N mis ntj 



6 3 37 3 4 Mis 1600 



12 








6 






OEV 


3100 


12 








30 


s 


12 






3 





U 


IS 


L 


8 







•DUBOIS C, WASHINGTON, 3», 1.2w 



CYPRESS, hjs 
bENOlST, mis 



14J9 

1230 1947 
I32S 19J9 



1330 48, « 
1130 
490 



2333,4 



130 3 5 
89 1 

• 3 2 



A ORD 4iU 
37 S 10 AL 

30 0,26 8 10 AL 



26 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ABLE 8 continued 



'001.1 COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

HP BAM.E 

(• secondary 

recovery 
set PANT 11) 



PAY ZONt 



NAMt AN|) A5t 



. — -. YEAR 

oep. of 

TH 0I8C. 

(FT) OVERT 



AREA 

PRO- 
VED 

IN 

ACRtS 



NUMBER OP WELLS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ....................... OP OIL DEEPEST 

M BBLS COMP. CO" .......... PAY ZONE TEST 

............... LtTED HPL- AB. PROD. SUL« .——.—.-.— .- 

TO TO ETCO AND. UCING PUR KINO TH}. $TR. OEp. 

END OP END OP IN ONER END OP GR, PtRC- u» C«N. OCT. ZONE Tm 

19T9 19T9 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT RUCK tSS URE (FT) 



Llllk. 

INS 

1979 



•OUOLCY, EuGAR, IS. ION, 1 Sm 



UPPER OUoLfcT, PEN 
LOWER OUULEY, PEN 



loan 



110 
41U 



son 
soo 



79.0 2385.2 



119 
24 

95 



10J 



29 

a* 



20 
50 



STP 299/ 



UUuLtYvlLLt t, SONO, 4.5N, 2.3k 

DEVONIAN 2170 \*b« 



UUPO, ST, CLAIM, IN, IS, 1QW 
TRtNTON, OkP 



700 1928 



20 0,0 2.8 
ABU 1961 



900 17,0 3001,1 



323 



37 



28 33 0,70 L 



3397 



40 A CAM 3ll| 



tttfcRiE, EFFINGHAM, 6N, 6E 



CYPRESS, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 



EDlNtfURC, CHRISTIAN, UN, 3W 
LlNGLE, OCv 

EDIN0URG S, CHRISTIAN, 1«N, Jw 
mIbBaRo, OEV 



1947 


190 


J. 5 


139.1 


14 








2<t75 19»T 


too 






• 








2680 


110 






2 








2820 1947 


• 






4 









1810 1949 



1795 1955 



•eoinburu w, christian, s»ngamon, ian, j.u* 



DEVONIAN 
SILURIAN 



ABO 1967, REV 19T3 



10 0,0 2.3 
ABU 1951 



20 0,0 4,4 
ABO 1963 



195« 


1760 


27,8 


3026.0 


128 








1660 1954 


60 






7 








1690 1954 


1730 






123 









37 
36 



38 



39 



•1 

41 







N 


MIS 


2862 


s 


10 


NL 






LS 


5 


NC 






L 


7 


N 







OEV 1653 



LS 13 SIL 1902 



A ORD 2285 
S 6 A 
L 6 A 



ELBA, GALLATIN, »s, 8E 



CYPRESS, mis 
BETHEL, MIS 
RENAULT, MIS 
AUX VASEk, M 1S 
OHARA, MIS 



• ELBNluGE, EuGAR, 12. UN, )i* 



PEnnsycvanian 
fredonia, mis 
devonian 



1955 
2617 1938 
2660 1955 
2770 
2760 
2620 1955 



1949 

760 J950 

950 1949 

1950 1949 



210 
10 
60 
10 
120 
40 
ABD I960 



440 
10 

430 
20 



25,0 



0,2 1522.1 



13 















1 








37 


S 




3 








36 


S 


10 


1 








36 


L 


3 


5 








36 


S 


3 


3 








36 


L 


11 



40 
2 

37 
2 



30 
35 

37 



MIS 2991 



U TRN 3100 
S 3 U 
L 3 U 
L 20 U 



• ELOORAOO C *, SALINE, 6S, 6.7E 



OEGOnIa, mis 
PALESTINE, mis 
WAcTERSBuRG, MIS 
TAR SPRINGS, MJS 
MARDINSBuRG, Mis 
CYPRESS, MIS 
SAMPLE, MIS 
BENOIST, MIS 
AUX VASES, MIS 
UHARA, MIS 
SPAR M|N, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



1941 


3560 


65,0 


11995.4 


298 


1 


7 


1700 |976 


20 






2 








1920 1950 


430 






26 





2 


2125 19S« 


1930 






145 


1 


4 


2200 1955 


27 






19 








2150 1953 


300 






30 





1 


2575 195« 


270 






19 








2660 1954 


70 






6 





u 


2778 196? 


1 






1 








2900 1954 


910 






66 








2900 


90 






3 








2900 


■ 






2 








2975 1941 


« 






2 









86 



36 
36 
37 
36 

37 
37 

37 



39 0,14 



s 


16 


8 


20 AL 


S 


25 AL 


S 


15 AL 


S 


8 AL 


S 


6 AL 


S 


16 AL 


S 


10 


S 


12 *L 


L 


5 AC 


LS 


4 AC 


L 


5 AC 



MIS 3606 



•ELOORAOO L ♦, SALINE, 68, U 



PALESTINE, MI8 
TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
CYPReSS, HIS 
AUX VASES, Mis 
SPAR MTN, Mis 



1953 


440 


2.1 


430.2 


It 





1 


1915 1954 


10 






2 








2190 195« 


40 






3 








2515 1954 


90 






6 








2685 |953 


340 






20 





1 


2975 1934 


10 






1 









36 
39 
37 
36 
38 



s 


10 AL 


s 


10 AL 


s 


20 AL 


6 


6 AL 


L 


4 AC 



MIS 



3666 



ELDORADO w ♦ , SALINE, 6S, it 



PALESTINE, HJS 
RENAULT, HIS 
(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAttE) 



1955 
1940 1956 
2910 1955 



50 
40 
20 



0,0 46,0 



30 
ST 



18 
6 



HIS 3138 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



27 



TABLL 8 continued 



pool, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BV TOWNSHIP 

AND RANOE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEE H»RT IIJ 



RAT ZONE 



NAH£ ANO AGE 



YEAR 

OtP. OF 

TH OISC. 

(FT) OVERT 



AREA 

PRO. 

veo 

IN 
ACRES 



numbFF OF WELLS CHARACTER 

RKOOUCTION ....................... OF OIL OEEPEST 

M BBLS CQMP. CO- .......... fay lOnl TEST 

............... LETEO mpl. »S. PROD. SUL- .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEo AND. uCJNO FUR KJNU TH). STR. OEP. 

ENO OF END OF ]N ONeO END OF 6R, PERC> OF C«n. UCT. ZONE TH 

1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT ROCK ESS URE (FT) 



OUH. 

I NO 

1979 



tLDORAOO W ♦, S»lInE, aS, feE 

AUX VASES, M 1S 



2460 l«55 



(CONTINUED FRO" PREVIOUS PAftE) 
2 Jo L 



ELK PRAlKlt, JtFFERSON, <|S, it 



MCCLOSKY, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 



1938 
2735 1938 

3076 I9fc0 



tLKTON, nASHJNOTQN, e», <4W 

BAREY, Oev 2390 1955 

ELKTQN N, WASHINGTON, j$, „» 

HAMOIN, oEv 2320 1471 



20 0.0 «1.1 2 

20 2 

10 10 

ABU 1940, REV I960, ABO 1970 



J7 

S7 



160 3,0 74,1 9 



L 7 

L » 



HIS 3«7o 



4(1 0,0 2,6 2 90 L 30 OEV 2485 
ABO I960 



S 7 ORO 327S 



ELUVILLE, JA(.«SOn, 7S, lw 

BFnOIST, his 2000 1941 



10 0,0 



9.0 



1 



I 3k 0,22 S 10 



SIL 3914 



•ELLtRY E, EOWAROS, 2S, lOb 



AUX VASES, HIS 
OHARA, HIS 
SPAR MTN, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 
ULLlN, HIS 



19J? 430 16,6 ion, b 35 « 

3180 1953 240 25 9 

S25S 1952 260 11 

3255 1 3 

3260 1978 » 10 

1218 1979 10 110 



36 

37 



35 HL 

6 HC 
« HC 

6 
9 



Mil 4227 



tLlEKV N, tDwAnns, WAYNE, 2S, 9-10E 







1942 


120 


BETHEL, HIS 


3100 


1959 


20 


AUX VASES, HJS 


3230 


1959 


20 


OHARA, His 


1300 


1972 


90 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3J9S 




t 


MCCLOSKY, His 


3420 


1942 


• 


ST LOUIS, HIS 


3938 




10 



tLLEHY S, tOwARD), 2.5S. 10E 



1943 
AUX VASES, HIS 3200 1947 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 3300 1943 
ULLlN, HIS 4l5s 1978 



tLLlOTTSTOwN, EFFlNGMAH, 7n, 7t 

SPAR HTN, HIS 2730 1947 

ELLIOTTSTOwN F, fcFFtNGHAM, 7 Nl 7t 



•ELLIOTTSTOWN N, EFFIN&HAM, JH, 7E 



1953 
CVPRESS, His 243u 1953 
AUX VASES, HIS 2710 1966 
SPAR HTN, HIS 2666 1969 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 2738 1964 



•ENEHGY,HlLLl*HS0N,9s,2E 

AUX VASES, M J' 



«.2 T8.3 



ABO 1943, REV ANO ABO 1951, REV 1954 



110 3,4 176.9 11 1 

30 9 

70 5 1 

10 1 

ABO 1952, REV 55, ABO 59, REV S ABO 60, REV 78 



10 0,0 13,7 1 
ABO 1951 



10 








4 








H 


2 












S 


35 


ML 


t 












s 


12 


ML 


t 












L 


« 




9 












S 


8 


ML 


2 








37 


0,19 


L 


7 


MC 


1 












L 


6 








i 








M 







3k 


S 


15 


ML 







36 


L 


9 


MC 









L 


10 











1959 


90 


CYPRESS, 


MIS 


2485 


195« 


10 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


2750 


1962 


SO 


MCCLOSKY, 


HIS 


2771 


1962 


• 



3,2 130,4 



ABO 195k, REV 19k2 



20 

10 

270 

t 

ABO 1958, RfcV 1464 



7 



1 o 
3 
3 



2 

1 

2 



310 0,3 270.0 19 1 



14 1 



59 



35 



57 



Ik 

37 



8 5 ML 
L 10 
L 8 



S 9 hl 

S 2 

L 1 

OL IT 



OEV 5925 



MIS 9253 



8 ML HIS 2884 



HIS 5292 



HIS 3330 



2154 19k8 



110 



7.8 lBfc.9 



HIS 2k94 



•ENPIELO, WHITE, 5S, 8k 







1950 


510 


AUX VASES, HIS 


3250 


1950 


320 


OHARA, HIS 


3310 




170 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3385 


1950 


1 


OLLIN, HIS 


4320 


1977 


20 



510 3k, 5 1225.0 32 



ABO 1951, REV 1952 



21 

9 

5 

2 1 



12 



17 



S 10 AL 

L 9 AC 

L 8 AC 

L 19 



MIS 9kt0 



28 



ILLINOIS STATI (ilOLOGICAL SURVK Y/ILL1N0IS PKTROLEUM 120 



I \ui I 8 continued 



puol. County, 
location 




YEAR 

OF 
DISC. 
OVtRY 


AREA 
PRO. 
VEO 
IN 

ACRES 


PRODUCTION 
H KBL8 


NUMBER OF WILLS 


CHARACTER 
OF OIL 


PAY JONE 


OEF 

T 


PEST 


COHP. 

LETIO 

TO 

ENO OF 

1979 


CO- 
HPL. 

ETeo 

IN 
1979 


AND. 
0N|0 
1974 


PRUO. 

UCINb 

ENO OF 

YEAR 


EST 




SB. 
API 


311L- 

FUM 

PiRC* 

EnT 




(* SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
SEt PART HI NAME AND ACt 


OtP- 

IH 
(FT) 


DUR- 
ING 
1479 


TO 

END OF 

1979 


KINO 

OF 
ROCK 


CKN 
fcSS 


• STR 

. UCT. 
URE 


■ ZONF 


OEP. 
TM 


ENMELU N, WHITE, bS, of 


3120 
3400 
4185 


1976 
1976 
1976 
19/7 


260 
230 

20 
10 


62,5 


275. 1 


20 

16 

3 

1 


1 

1 




u 







12 






S 

L 


12 
6 




MJ8 




AUX VASES, M]S 
UHARA, HIS 
ULLIN, MIS 


4*00 


ENFIELU S, WHITE, 6S, as 


3JT» 
3277 


1961 
1961 
1961 


30 0,0 
10 
30 
ABU 1963 


0.0 


2 

1 

2 















39 
36 




S 

L 


2 

6 




MIS 




AUX VASES, Mis 

MCCLOSKY, HIS 


3314 


tVtSS, ChFlNfiHAH, SN, It 


2610 
2660 
3126 


19«8 

1948 
197S 


60 1,0 
70 
• 
10 
ABO 1444, Rev 


128.5 
1953 


6 
3 
2 

1 














2 


39 




L 
L 
L 


7 

4 
4 


A 

AL 

AC 


ORO 




SPAR MJN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 


8170 


EVtRS S, EF^INSHAM, JN, 7E 


2«SU 


|448 


10 0,0 
ABO 1951 


2.6 


1 











38 




LS 


6 


AC 


MIS 




SPAR MTN, MIS 


276] 


EWIN&, FRANKLIN, 38, 3E 


2635 

2970 


19«« 
1447 
1444 


200 3,2 

40 
160 
ABU 1971, REV 


533.7 
197. 


10 
3 

7 







u 





2 


36 
36 




S 

L 


8 

7 


A 

AL 

A 


MIS 




AUX VASES, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3981 


EWINS E, FRANKLIN, 3S, 3E 


3010 
326S 

3516 
388U 


1956 
1956 
1976 
1978 
1976 


200 23.2 

»o 

10 
20 
170 
REV 1976 


125.0 


15 
1 
1 
2 

12 
















13 


36 




L 
L 
L 
L 


10 
8 

14 

6 




ORO 




OHARA, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, mis 
ULLlN, MIS 


9511 


EXCHANGE, MAHION, |N, 3E 


2695 
2730 
2951 
31T1 


19*3 

1443 
1978 
1975 


4.0 1,| 
30 

• 
10 

20 
ABO 19*7, REV 


71.2 
1975 


4 
1 
2 
1 
2 

















2 


37 
37 




L 
L 
L 
L 


10 
8 

5 
IS 


M 

MC 

MC 


SIL 




QHARA, MIS 
HCCLOSKY, MI* 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 


490S 


•ExChanSE t, haRIOn, in, at 


27T5 
2780 
2640 
2940 


1955 

1958 

1955 
1955 


230 
220 

■ 

« 

10 


2.3 


542,7 


16 
1 
7 
6 
1 










u 




u 




1 


37 
36 




L 
S 

L 

L 


14 

11 

4 

6 




MIS 




OHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST, LOUIS, MIS 


3531 


•EXCHANGE N C, MARION, IN, 3-4E 


2662 

276} 
29«6 

3080 


1951 
1967 
14S1 
1972 
1967 


230 9,9 

200 

• 

20 

30 

ABU 1952, REV 


617,0 2« 

1 

21 

1 

2 

1955, ABO 1954, 







RCv 







1968 


15 


37 

37 




L 
L 
I 
I 


3 

6 
6 

11 


MC 
MC 
MC 


MIS 




SPAR HTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM 


3390 


•EXCHANGE N, HARION, IN, 3E 


2S«U 
2570 
2630 
2720 


1957 
1966 
1966 
1957 
1967 


310 
230 

« 

t 

110 


6.2 


270,6 


25 

1 

to 

11 

8 

















7 


37 
16 




L 
S 

L 
L 


7 

6 

6 

11 




HIS 




UHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, HIS 
HCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 


3006 


•PAlKMAN, MARION, CLINTON, 3N, IE, 


1W 


1939 
1939 
1957 


610 
460 
260 


JO, 7 


2121.2 


61 

44 
18 












18 


36 

40 


0,27 


S 

L 


10 
20 


A 
A 
A 


ORO 




SENOIST, MIS 
TRENTON, ORO 


1455 
3950 


4100 


FANCHER, SHELBY, ION, aE 


1749 


1962 


10 0,0 
ABO 1962 


0.0 


1 











34 




S 


3 




MIS 




SENOIST, MIS 


1889 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 29 



TABLE S— continued 



PUOL, CUUNTY, NUMBER OF REUS CHARACTER 

LOCATION PRODUCTION ....................... P OIL DEEPEST 

ov TOWNSHIP PAY ZONE AREA M BBLS COMP. CO- .......... p., ,OnE TEST 

» ND "ANGE YEAR P»0 LETED MPL. AS. PROD. SUL 

(• SECONDARY OEP. Of VED OUR. TO TO ET80 AND. UCING PUR KINO THI- STR. UEp. 

"ECOVERY TM OISC. IN ING ENO OP ENO OP IN ONEO END OP 6R, PERC OP CRN- UCT. ZONE Tm 

SEE PART H) NAMt ANU AGE (FT) uvtRt ACRES 1979 19T9 1979 1979 1979 TEAR API ENT RQCK tSS URE (FT) 



FEHRER LAKE, GALLATIN, 9s, 10E 



AUX VASES, "IS 2*7* 1963 10 0.0 9.7 1 u J* L 8 MIS 2*1,2 

ABO 19** 

FEkBIN, CLINTON, ?N, IN 

197* 10 0,0 0.0 J I ORO 393b 

DEVONIAN 2*40 197* 10 1 L 7 

TRENTON, OHO 3930 1976 10 10 L IS 

PIC"LIN, DOUGLAS, 1*N, 8E 



SPAR MTN, MIS 1470 19*9 70 2,9 J2. J 5 5 SB CAM 530i 

fit:gekrell, Jefferson, »s, ie 

> 4 " 4 10 0.0 16.0 10 his 3012 

BENOIST, "IS 2760 1994 10 
AUI VASES, Mis 2S00 10 

ARO 1952 



1 












1 







37 


s 


1 







17 


s 



•FLORA S, CLAY, 2N, 6E 

MCCLOSKV, Mis 29*5 194* 60 0.0 1*8,0 4 39 

ABO 1961 

FLORA SE, CLAY, JN, 6E 

MCCLOSRY.mjs 307J 1972 100 7.7 49,* BOO 7 



FRANCIS MILLS, SALINE, 7S, »E 

CYPRESS, mis 2675 195? 10 0,1 97.3 1 13* 



FRANCIS MILLS *, SALINt, 73 7E 



OHARA, Mis jjio 195B 20 2 

SPAR MjN, Mis 3042 19*2 « , 

ABO 195T, REV AND ABO 19*2 



FRIEBUHG ♦ , ST, CLAIR, I. 2s, 7* (nuw FxEtBURG GAS STORAGE PROJECT 

CYPRtSS, Mis J«o 195? '"jo"""o"o"" ' I 2 SO 
FREEmanSPUH, WILLIAMSON, BS, ?E 



FRIENDSVILte CtN, .abash, jN, JJ* 



OHARA, mjs 2597 1972 130 

SPAR M T N, MI6 2*29 1972 f J 6 3 

ABO 195»,R£V 1972 



13 


1 





5 








) 


1 





3 









tPKltNUSvlLLt N, WABASH, IN, 12«13« 



19<1* 220 1,3 277.0 
8TEHL, PEN )b 2 J, us g i0 

BETHEL, MIS 230* 1959 10 



FROGTOaN, CLINTON, 2n, 3.4* 



AC D(V 477u 



MIS 3/00 



FOHSYTH, maCun, 17n, 2E 

SILURIAN 2118 19*3 350 31,1 82. B 23 10 18 38 L 14 SIL 2220 



MIS 3238 



t** 5 * n 0,0 5.6 2 HIS 3180 



L 
17 L 



30 ORO 2008 



AUX VASES, mis 2500 1968 so 0,0 4.0 3 1 u S 13 HIS 2779 

ABO 1971, REV 1975, ABO 1979 



•'** 1 an 3,7 148.3 13 1 4 HIS 279? 

BETHEL, MIS 2330 1««6 50 5 Q J 5 s IS MC 

OHAQa. MI* 1111 .... ..« _ " u " » J3 Ht 



L B 



20 








2 








ne 


HIS 


IfeTt 


19 










34 


■ 


12 


«c 






1 










35 


8 


11 


H 







C»RLYLE(CYP), MIS 950 1918 90 0,0 X 14 32 S ML TKN 3290 

aro 1933, rev 1949, abo 1956 

•frogtown n, Clinton, 2.jn, j.«m 

1951 4«0 8,9 2125.3 IT 1 22 u RIi »a%* 

ST, (.001*. Hjs ,200 1951 60 ' 5 £ 35 L 10 

UEV.SIL 2230 1951 «, 32 I ]\ I , H 

•GARuS POINT C, .ABASH, IN, l«» 

1951 690 1*,3 10*1.2 40 1 

UH4RA, HIS 2870 1951 680 * ,g 

MCCLOSRY, MIS 2903 197* a 1 

(LOnTINuEo ON N£XT PAGE) 



30 ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



1 


23 










HIS 


4203 


1 




40 


L 


* 


MC 













OL 


4 









I \BI E 8 



intiniHil 



pool, county, 

location 

by township 

AND RAM.E 
(• SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
SEt PANT 111 



PAY ZONt 



NAME ANO AGfc 



..... yFaR 
D£P. Of 

TM UISC. 

rpT) UVtPY 



AREA 
PRO' 

veo 

IN 
>CRCS 1979 



PRODUCTION 
M BBL8 



uilR. 
IMS 



►JU^bEH UP WkLLS CHARACTEH 

....................... OP OIL DEEPEST 

COHP. CO" .......... PAY ZONE TEST 

....... LiTEO MPL. AB- PROO. 8UL- •.•— — — — .......... 

TO TO ETEO ANO. UCING FOR KINu TH(. ST». UEP. 
ENO OP ENO OP IN ONtn EnO OP GR, PfcRC- OP CKN» OCT. ZONE Th 
1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT ROCK tSS URE (FT) 



• GAROS POINT C, WABASH, IN, l <u 
OLLlN, H{S 



369« 1973 



ID 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 
10 L 



GAYS, MOULTRIE, 12N, 6E 







1946 


90 


AUX VASES, MJS 


1970 




SD 


CAMPER, HIS 


2963 


1165 


10 


OEVONIAN 


3205 


l«53 


10 



•GERMANTOWN E, CLINTON, l-JN, «W 
SILURIAN 



2350 1956 



2.0 



106.9 



ABO 1950, RtV 1955 



9,S 19S3.6 



27 



M DEV 3305 
16 » 5 ML 

37 S 16 

38 L 3 HC 



24 40 L 30 N TAN 3310 



•GILA, JASPER, T.RN, «t 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 



?S50 1957 



0,? 1008.1 



2 19 OL 3 NC HIS 1971 



GILLESPIE»«VtN, MACOUPIN, SN, f 
UNNAMEU, PEN 



650 1915 



0,d 



23 



2 28 S XT ORO 2360 



GLENARM, SANUAMON, 14N, 5W 
SILURIAN 



1680 1953 



130 0,4 59.7 9 U 
ABO 1957, REV 1959, ABO I960, REV 1961 



•GOLOEnGATE C, WAYNE, KHjTt, EOWAROS, 2-4S, 9-lOt 



CYPRESS, MJS 


2942 


I960 


90 


BETHEL, MIS 


3110 


1951 


330 


AUX VASES, MJS 


3180 


1944 


3790 


OHARA, HIS 


3250 


1943 


4780 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3275 




• 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3310 


1939 


* 


ST, LOUIS, MIS 


3430 


195? 


30 


SALEM, HIS 


4130 


1975 


130 


ULLlN, his 


4125 


1961 


140 


OUTCM CREEK, OEV 


5346 


1961 


350 



1939 7620 200,0 18046.3 344 14 



344 


l« 


4 


4 








22 








202 


3 


2 


56 


3 


1 


85 


6 





17* 


7 


1 


4 








10 


1 





10 


2 


u 


16 









1 40 L 9 SIL 1621 



207 A OEV 5522 

36 S 8 A 

17 S 11 ML 

40 0,14 S 15 AL 

39 OL * AC 

38 L8 7 AC 
36 0.19 0l 7 AC 

40 L 10 ML 
L 30 

39 L 9 A 
39 S in 



GOLOtNbATE E, HAYNE, 3S, 9t 



19S1 
OHARA, MIS 3290 1951 

SPAR mtn, mIS 3340 1976 



•GOLOENGATt N C, WAYNE, 1-2S, S-9E 



20 
J" 
10 



21.5 







1945 


760 


BETHEL, MIS 


3095 


1952 


10 


AUX VASES, HIS 


3235 


1948 


390 


OHARA, MIS 


3300 


1945 


320 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


3325 


1943 


6 


MCCLOSftV, MIS 


3330 




* 



ABO 1957, KEV 1968 



18,6 664.5 



56 








2 








J3 








10 








1« 








21 









1 MIS 3420 

37 L 3 
S 4 



19 M HIS 4383 

38 S 3 ML 

39 S 23 ML 

J7 L 4 HC 

IT L 3 HC 

19 L 6 MC 



GRANOVIEw ♦, EOGAR, 12.13", 13* 
PENNSYLVANIAN 



560 1943 



0,4 



7.0 



5 30 S 10 M ORO 2694 



GRAYSON, SALINE, 83, 7E 



CYPRESS, mis 
AUX VASES, HIS 
MCCLUSKY, HIS 



GREENVILLE GAS ♦, BONO, SN, 3W 
LlNGLE, OEV 

HAOLEY, RICHLAND, 4N, |4W 

SPAR MTN, HIS 



1957 
2515 1957 
2913 1961 
2920 1957 



2240 1957 



2970 1976 



0,0 



JO 
10 
10 
20 
ABD 1972 



10 0,0 
ABO 1958 



?.? 



22.9 



0.0 



12.1 



3 








1 








1 








1 









MIS 3045 

37 S 6 

38 L 4 

37 L 6 



1( 



38 



U 



L 5 A TKN 3184 



S 10 MIS 3106 



•HALF MOON, wAYNE, IS, 9t 





1947 


1260 


AUX VASES, mis 


3190 1951 


20 


OHARA, HIS 


3280 


1240 


(CONTINUED ON NfcXT PAGE) 







3.6 3274,1 



68 





3 


I 








39 





1 



H OEV 5369 
38 S 18 ml 

40 L 11 MC 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



31 



I AIM I 8 continued 



PUOli COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BV TOWNSHIP 

ANO 9»N(iE 

(l SECONDARY 

recovery 
sec part ii) 



pay zone 



N«M^ «NO AGE 



AREA 
.— •■ TEA* PRO. 

0£P« of yeu 

TH DISC. IN 
(FT) OVERT »C«fcS 



PAy ZONE 



0EEPE8T 
TUT 



NyMaeR OF HtLlS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ....................... OF OR 

H SSLS COMP. CD- .......... 

............... LETCO MPL. AS. PROO. JUL. .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEO AND. UCINg FUR XJNu THJ. STB. uEp. 

CNQ OF END OF IN ONEO EnO OF S», PfcRC. OF CKN. UCT. {ONE Th 

1974 1974 t9T9 1979 TEAR API EnT ROCK tSS unE (FT) 



OUR. 

IN(, 

1979 



• HALF MOON, KAYNt, IS, 9E 

iP»R MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
3«l£m, mis 



3280 1947 
3300 1447 
3985 1977 



10 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAI.E) 



11 





1 


22 








1 









L 


4 


MC 


L 


JO 


«e 


L 


■ 





•MARLO », SAuInE, 8S, 5E 



MAHOINSBUR&, Mis 

cypress, mis 

sample, mis 

AU» VisEi, MIS 
OHARA, MIS 
SPAR MJN, MIS 



1954 


1140 


25.2 


1SS0.9 


94 





I 


2130 1956 


JO 






1 








2*16 14>9 


50 






4 





D 


2675 1954 


30 






4 








26*0 JlbS 


490 






75 





1 


29*5 195* 


220 






* 








2970 195* 


* 






S 









37 



3* 

3S 

39 

41 

39 



s 


* 


s 


8 


s 


8 


s 


15 


L 


10 


LS 


to 



MIS 3424 



.m»bco E ♦, j>«L!NE, us, 5E 





1955 


3J0 


«.» 


355.1 


30 








cvpRtss, mis 


2575 1455 


120 






12 








AUI VASES, MIS 


?tt«5 145* 


220 






13 








OHARA, MIS 


2S6U 1955 


40 






4 









36 
38 
39 



20 

8 

14 



MIS 342| 



•HlRHlSBuRU ♦ , SALINE, 83, *t 



1952 
.ALTtRSBuRb, mis 2u;o 1953 
TAN SPRINGS, MJS 2115 1952 



iahbiSbjkG S, SilInE, 9S, *E 

cypress, mis 



2300 1955 



MANRiSBUKfi w, HALTNE, 9S, *E 

T»H SPNlNGS, MJS 1944 1974 



100 n,o 252.3 

90 
10 
ABO 1971 



10 O.n o.O 
ABO 195* 



30 0.0 7.3 



10 
9 
1 



36 
37 



37 



10 

* 



18 



MIS 2930 



MIS 2332 



MIS 2903 



hahbistOhn, macOn, 1*n, iE 
SlLUHlAN 



2U50 195« 



250 3,2 193.2 



39 



3 MU SIL 2117 



MAHBlSTOwN S, MACON, 1*N, ie 

SILURIAN 



2140 1975 



90 J9. 1 91.* 



SIL 2203 



MAYES, Uli'uLAS, CHAMPAIGN, 1*N, BF 

IRENTON «4j 19*3 



440 0,0 154.7 



43 



5 31 



CAM 3«Jo 



HELENA, LAwRtNkE, 2N, |(. 

ST, LOUIS, mis 



2978 19*4 



"it»ALU C ♦, "MI1E, GALLATIN, <,.»S, 9»10E 



PEnnsvlvaniAn 

Pennsylvania* 
Pennsylvania* 

UEuOMa, mis 
CLQRE, Mis 
PALESTINt, mjs 
NALTERSBuRG, MIS 
T»h SPNlNGS, mis 
CYPRESS, mis 
BETHEL, Ml* 
AUI VASES, mis 
UhaRa, mjs 
spar mtn, mis 

MCCLOSKT, MIS 
SALEM, mis 
ULllN, "IS 



1940 



10 0,0 0,0 
ABU 1973 



6380 15*. 9 17210.1 



10*0 




390 


150U 


1940 


• 


1 750 




f 


1920 


1947 


60 


19*5 




60 


1940 




I" 


2240 


1947 


530 


22*0 


1944 


T4H 


2fe*U 


1447 


1900 


2790 




190 


2920 


1943 


3050 


29*5 




340 


3U05 




f 


3U10 


1943 


* 


3870 


147* 


10 


39*U 


1977 


10 



354 


1 


1 


1 








23 








3 





u 


3 








2 








2 








46 








60 


n 





160 








20 








229 


n 


1 


8 








7 








26 


I 





1 








1 









MIS 3600 











A DEV 5285 


29 




S 


10 


AL 


36 




S 


IS 


AL 


29 




S 


18 


AL 


36 




S 


1? 


AL 


36 




S 


10 


AL 


34 




S 


20 


AL 


33 




S 


10 


A 


38 


0,24 


S 


13 


A 


35 


0,22 


S 


14 


A 


37 




S 


11 


AL 


36 




S 


* 


AL 


37 




L 


* 


AC 






L 


4 


AC 


35 




L 
L 

L 


10 
5 

12 


AC 



MeRRIN, .ILLIAMSUN, 8S, if 

CYPRESS, MIS 

•HICKORY MILL, MARION, IN, It 



CYPRESS, mis 
(CONTINUED ON N£VT PAGEj 



2221 19*5 



19*4 
24T6 19*4 



10 0,0 
ABO 1472 



SO 0,8 
10 



2.0 



25.3 



36 



36 



10 



MIS 266] 



MIS 3500 



32 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \Bl !• 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, NUMBER U' "ELLS CHARACTER 

LOCATION PRODUCTION .p.......--.........—- uF Oil OtEPEJT 

dV TONNSMIP PAY ZQNt ANEA M HBI 3 CQMP. CO- .......... PAY ZONE TfcST 

AnO RaNuE ....................... YEAR PRO- .—....-. — -... LETEO MPL- A8. pROO. Sul- .. — ....-..-. .......... 

(• SECONDARY OtP* OF VCD UUH. TO TO ETEO AN|). uCING FUR KINU 1HJ. 8TR- uEp. 

RECOVERY Th OlSC. IN INIi tNO OP ENU OP IN ONEO EnO OP 6R, PkRC» OP CRN. UCT. ZONE Tm 

«Et PAKT II) N»ME »no AGt (FT) OVERT ACRtS 1979 19T9 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT BQCK ESb URE (FT) 



•HICKORY HILL. "ARlON, IN, at (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAbE) 



6EN01ST, Mis 2643 I9b4 .0 * 37 S T 

SPAR MfN, MIS 2633 I9b« 10 3 1 37 S 6 

ABO 1972, REV 1978 



mioalgo, jasper, 8n, ioE 



MCCLOSKV, HIS 2575 19.0 50 1,0 27.0 9 1 37 0,20 » 4 MC OEV 4246 

»*U 1952, REV 1965 



MIOALGO t, JASPER, 8n, 1 uf 









I9bb 


540 


AUX VASES 


r MIS 


2264 


1979 


40 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


2342 


1979 


300 


MCCLOSHY, 


MIS 


2467 


19bb 


« 



23 


22 





25 








3 


3 









S 


a 


I 


1 









s 


a 


21 


20 







37 





b 



19«b 


ii" 


2b3S 19<tb 


220 


2b7b 1959 


1 



3b, 9 31,0 23 22 23 M I' 2»?3 



1,1 Rb.3 



!<> 








10 








MIS 


2S07 


It 





U 




37 


S 


12 






8 










37 


OL 


9 







HIOALGO N, CUMBERLAND, 9n, 9E 

SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 

HIOALGO S, JASPER, SN, 1 OE 

MCCLOSKV, MIS ?b28 19b« 80 0,0 2,6 5 1 37 A MIS 3040 

HIGHLAND, MAOISON, 4N, 5* 

HAROIN, uEy 1941 I960 10 0,0 0,0 10 37 S 7 U OEV 1983 



HILL, EFFINGHAM, bN, bt 



?b26 


19b« 


80 
ABO 1973 


0,0 
rRfcV 


2.6 
1976 


1941 


I960 


10 
ABO 1962 


0,0 


0,0 


2530 
2547 
25b5 


1943 
197* 
1977 

1943 


80 
20 

70 

• 


4,4 


52.2 



AUX VASES, »IS 2530 1978 20 2 10 S 8 

SPAR MTN, MIS 2547 1977 70 10 8 4 

MCCLOSKV, Mis 2565 1943 « 400 39U5N 

ABO 1950, REV 1970, ABO 197?, REV 1977 



•HILL E, FFFIN6H*M, 6 n, 6 E 







1954 


490 


CYPRESS, MIS 


2460 


1955 


290 


AUX VASES, mis 


2650 


1957 


I" 


SPAR MTN, MTS 


2660 


1954 


250 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


2700 


1954 


» 


ST, LOUIS, mis 


2929 


1966 


JO 



58 








3 






26 








37 


8 


8 


1 








37 


S 


10 


2 










L 


3 


9 








40 


L 


7 


1 













14 



2012 19b2 


30 0,0 
ABO 19b7 


0.2 


3 








1939 

1 190 
1320 1939 


360 7,3 

140 

240 


641,9 


54 
16 
39 













■MQRO, CLAT, 3N, 6E 



AUX VASES, MIS 
STE, GEN, MIS 



HORD N, EFFINGHAM, 6N, 6t 



3150 


1977 


10 0,0 
ABO 1978 


3365 


1944 


40 0,0 
ABO 1944 


2702 
2800 


1950 
1959 
1950 


270 1,4 

70 
270 



1* 








2 








M 


6 










38 


8 


10 


M 


U 










37 


I 


5 


M 



1958 


60 


*•* 


185.7 


6 








4 






2430 1958 


40 






3 










33 


S 


2635 1959 


30 






3 










36 


1 



CYPRESS, mis 

AUX VASES, M IS 2635 1959 30 3 38 S 10 



•horo s t, Clay, 5n, bt 

(CONTlNoED ON NEXT PAGE) 



HIS 29b3 



2,2 1301.1 38 3 MIS 325} 



HlLLSBORO, MONTGOMERY, 9m, 3* 

LINGLE, OEV 2U12 JOo? 0,0 0.2 3b 4 OEV 2153 

hoffman, Clinton, in, 2w 

31 A OEV 2914 

CYPRESS, mis 1190 190 lb 36 8 11 

ttENOIST, HIS 1320 1939 J40 39 33 0.2| S 7 A 

HOLLIOAY, FAyETTE, 9N, 3E 

OEVONIAN 3150 1977 10 0,0 0,0 10 8 6 OEV 3237 

HOODVlLlt t, HAMJL10N, 58, U 

MCCLOSKV, MIS 3365 1444 40 0,0 0,6 2 10 37 L 3 N MIS 4461 



591,3 19 2 M HIS 2954 



MIS 2660 



1942 360 0,9 1600.6 28 1 8 N MIS 3104 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 33 



TABLE 8— continued 



POOL, COUNTY, NUHHER Of WELL* CHARACTER 

LOCATION PRODUCTION ....................... OF OIL DEEPEST 

bY TOWNSHIP Pay ZONE IDEA M 8BLS COHP. CO» — .. . PAT ZONE TEST 

AND PAN1.E ....................... YEAR PRO. ................ LETED MPL. AB. PROO. 6UL. ——.——.. .......... 

[• SECONDARY BEP. OF YEU UUR. TO TO ETEU ANO. UCING FUR KINU TH1. STR. UEp. 

RECOVERY TM ulsC. IN 1N(, END OF END OF IN ONEO EnO OF G». PERC- OF C«N. UCT. ZONE Th 

SEE PART II) NAMfc »nq AGE (FT) OVERT ACRES 1474 1974 19T9 1979 ,979 YEAR API ENT ROCK ESS UHE fFT) 



•HQRU S C, Cc»Y, SN, hi {CONTINUED FRO" PREVIOUS PAGE) 

AU« VASES, Mis ?))5 1955 20 2 1 IT • S N 

STE, GEN, nIS 2790 19R2 j»n 26 3k L 7 NC 

ABU 19*5, REV 1931 

MORNSBY S, HACUUPIN, SN, k« 



PENNSYLVANIA* 64U 1956 50 0,0 0.0 4 II II PEN 7J5 

ABU 1957, NEv 1959, ABD l«60 

nOYLETuN ", *ASHJNl,TON, IS, £U 

II SiL 29*5 

ABD 1964 

HUEY, CLINTON, 2N, 2w 

UENOIST, "IS 1260 19*5 SO 0,0 5,4 7 34 S 6 AL DEV 2770 

HUEV S, LL1NTUN, 1.2N, 2.3h 



2695 1455 


JO 
ABD 1964 


0,0 


3.7 


I 








1260 1945 


SO 
ABD 1974 


0,0 


5.4 


7 








1953 
1US0 1953 
25BS 1956 


310 
190 
110 


3.4 


276,7 


23 

IT 
6 














15 SIL 2675 

CYPRESS, his luso 1453 190 17 34 S 5 

SILURIAN 2585 1956 110 * 4U L 10 



HUNT CITY, JASPEh, Tn, 10E 



SPAR H T N, HIS 2540 1945 10 0,0 0,6 10 37 S 10 HL HIS 3020 

ABD 1450 

HUNT CITY E, JASPEN, 7N, 14" 

1952 90 0,0 20,9 8 1 SIL 3460 

FREOONIA, HIS 2000 1952 90 8 40 L * 

ST, LOuIS, hjs 2147 19«6 JO 10 39 D 20 

ABO 1454, REV 1965 

hunt city s, Jasper, tn, i«« 

HCCLOSKY, MIS 2341 1466 30 0,4 15.1 3 2 36 L 4 HIS 2766 

HUTTUN, LOLES, UN, 10E 



PENNSYI.VANIAN SJ0 m « e0 „ t „ , s<0 2 u 30 S 15 HIS 969 

ABU |946 

ILLlUPOLXS, SANGAHUN, 16N, ?m 

SILURIAN iT*b ,977 JO 1.2 4.6 1 1 L 3 SIL 1003 

tINA, jFFFtRSON, 4S, 2.3E 



19J8 


430 0,0 


747.7 




26 



















A 


2725 1954 


ISO 






7 










36 




S 


14 


A! 


2eS2 1456 


30 






3 










36 




s 


26 


A 


2775 1957 


no 






3 














3 


10 


A 


2775 


6 






4 










35 




L 


10 


A 


3000 1438 


90 






8 





u 




37 


0.20 


L 


4 


AC 


3210 1957 


40 
ABO 1946, R£V 


1954, ABD 


1477 


4 










37 




L 


4 


A 


2940 1449 


10 0,0 
ABU 1450 


0.7 




1 











S3 




L 


4 





HIS 3521 



RENAULT, his 

AUX VASES, HIS 
SPAR HJN, HIS 
HCCLOSKY, HIS 
ST, LOUIS, H{S 
SALEM, HIS 

1NA N, JEFFEKSOS 43, if 

HCCLOSKY, His 2940 1449 JO 0,0 0.7 1 35 L 4 HIS 3689 

INCLOSE «, Edgar, CLARK, I2N, 13.14* 

ISABEL, PEN 345 1441 HO 0,2 X 13 4 30 S AL HIS 1600 



•inghahah, Clay, 4n, be 







19*2 


680 


TAR SPRINGS, His 


2332 


1969 


10 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2915 




60 


SPAR HTN, HIS 


3000 




620 


HCCLOSKY, HIS 


3075 


1942 


• 



4,7 1005,6 



ABO 14»2, REV 1943, ABD 1944, REV 1950, ABU 1968, REV 1969 



47 
1 











3 




S 


6 


H 


HIS 


3702 


6 








36 




s 


15 


HL 






34 








IT 


0,21 


L 


7 


MC 






8 








37 


0,21 


L 


8 


M 







•1NHAN E C, GALLATIN, 7.83, 10E 



PENNSYtVANlAN 
PENNSY^VANIAN 
OEGONIA, HIS 
CLORE, HIS 
PALESTINt, his 
(CONTINUEU ON NEXT PAGE) 



1440 


4760 


47,4 


22244.0 


447 


11 





15) 




760 


60 






4 










36 


1450 


• 






2 












1640 


90 






4 










37 


1715 1442 


SO 






6 










36 


1640 1442 


90 






4 










3) 







A 


DEV 


3100 


s 


10 


*F 






s 


A 


*P 






6 


10 


«P 






9 


8 


«• 






8 


13 


AF 







34 ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



\ in 



8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 














NUMMPR OP REUS 


CHARACTER 












LOCATION 
BY TUWNSMIP PAY ZONt 






AREA 


PRODUCTION 
h BBLS 


COHP. 


CU« 






or 


OIL 


PAY ZONE 


OEEPeST 

TEST 


(• 8ECON0ARV 


DtP. 


YEAR 
OF 


PRO- 

VtO 


DURa 




TO 


ICTEO 

TO 


MPL- 
ETEU 


AH. 
ANQ. 


PROD- 
UCING 




SUL- 
FUR 


KIND 


1HI 


. STR 




uEp. 


RECOVtRV 


TH 


OISC. 


IN 


INS 




ENO OP 


fcNO OP 


IN 


ONEO 


END OP 


BR, 


PERC- 


OP 


CKN 


- UCT 


■ ZONE 


bit PART II) *AH£ *N|) »r,t 


(FT) 


OVERT 


ACRtS 


1974 




1979 


1979 


1979 


1979 


YEAR 


API 


ENT 


ROCK 


bSS 


URE 




(FT) 


• INHAN E C, GALLATIN, 7. 8S, 10E 


1980 


1942 


1220 








(CONTINUED FRU 
83 


h PREVIOUS 
37 


PAGE) 


1 


18 


AP 






MALTtRSSuOb. -13 




TAH SPRINGS, HIS 


2U8U 


1940 


1870 








160 


3 







37 


0,24 


s 


13 


AP 






MARDINSBuRG, "IS 


2135 


1943 


2en 








17 










34 




s 


10 


AP 






CYPRESS. "IS 


2390 




2410 








166 










37 


0.23 


s 


14 


AP 






hFn'uLT, "IS 


2675 


1967 


20 








2 


1 







36 




s 


5 


AP 






ALU VASES, HIS 


2715 




730 








47 


6 







37 




s 


8 


AP 






OHARA, "IS 


2795 


1947 


160 








a 














L 


3 


AP 






SPAR HTN, HIS 


2790 




f 








1 














L 


7 


AP 






MCCLOSKY, HIS 


2800 




1 








8 


I 







19 




L 


8 


AP 






ST, L.OUIS, HIS 


2960 


1*57 


40 








6 










38 




L 


10 


AP 






• INMAN to C, GALLATIN, 7.85, 9»10t 




1940 


J890 


93 


9 


•185.2 


350 





s 


175 










T 


MIS 






3357 


PENNSVLVAN1AN 


925 




190 








5 
















8 


NL 






PfNNSYtVANIAN 


loJu 




* 








4 
















5 


NL 






8IEHL, PEN 


1750 




* 








7 










33 






12 


NL 






PAtESTJNE, Hjs 


1 765 


1947 


40 








4 





U 




35 






13 


NL 






NALTERSBuRG, M 1S 


20S0 




1 3f» 








8 










37 






10 


TL 






TAR SPRINES, HIS 


2140 


1943 


1340 








93 





1 




36 






8 


TL 






HANDINSSuRE, HIS 


2300 


1947 


300 








22 










32 






10 


1L 






CYPRESS, "is 


2475 


1942 


2210 








170 





5 




37 






10 


1 






SAMPLE, HIS 


2610 




SO 








1 










36 






30 


T 






RENAULT, MIS 


27T5 


1949 


30 








3 










37 






7 


T 






AUX VASES, Mis 


2790 


1949 


910 








73 










37 






15 


1L 






JHARA, MIS 


2815 




260 








6 





D 










12 


TC 






SPAR H|N, HIS 


2815 


1940 


■ 








4 










38 






a 


TC 






MCCLOSKY, HIS 


2940 


1941 


* 








16 










36 


0.19 




6 


TC 






9T LOUIS, HIS 


3180 


1967 


10 








1 










39 






6 








IOLA CEN, LLAY, SN, SE 




1954 


200 


10, 


9 


77.5 


18 


1 





9 












HIS 






260U 


CYPRESS, HIS 


2*77 


1972 


130 








11 


1 











S 


13 








BENOIST, His 


2420 


1954 


(0 








6 





u 




36 




s 


5 














ABO 1957, Rev 


1969 
























•IOLA C, CLAY, EFPIN&hah, 5.6N, 5> 


fe[ 


1939 


3450 


152, 





16274.8 


307 





2 


208 










A 


OEV 








4227 


TAR SPRINGS, HIS 


1890 




20 








1 










33 






9 


AL 






CYPRESS, his 


2J«5 


1943 


7»o 








52 





1 




35 






15 


A 






BETHEL, HIS 


2255 


1942 


60 








5 





u 




36 






10 


AL 






dENOIST, HIS 


229Q 




1260 








87 










36 


0,14 




12 


A 






RENAULT, his 


2320 




10 








1 
















X 


AC 






AUX VASES, "is 


2325 


1939 


2420 








193 





1 




36 


0,25 




10 


A 






OHaRa, his 


2410 


1963 


1470 








1 
















6 


A 






SPAR HTN, MTS 


2430 




( 








68 





1 




37 




LS 


T 


A 






HCCLOSKV, HIS 


2425 


1940 


* 








55 










38 




OL 


in 


A 







IOLA S, CLAY, «N, SE 







1447 


350 


BENOIST, mis 


2440 


1448 


170 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


2590 




240 


mCCLOSkV, MIS 


2650 


1947 


( 


CARPER, MIS 


3900 


1967 


10 



3.4 



533.5 



27 





1 


9 






A 


11 








36 


S 


10 


AL 


8 










L 


6 


AC 


a 





l 


37 


L 


3 


AC 


I 








38 


S 


7 





SIL 



5075 



IOLA w, CLAY, 5N, 5E 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 

(IRV1NGTQN, WASHINGTON, IS, IN 



BEECH CREEK, HIS 
CYPRESS, his 
BENOIST, MIS 
CLEAR CREEK, OEV 
TRENTON, ORO 



2495 |943 



10 0,0 0.3 
ABD 1443 



37 



1940 


1420 


87.9 


9317.1 


141 


2 





92 








1525 195! 


10 






1 










38 




3 A 


1380 1943 


410 






33 










36 




1 12 A 


1535 1940 


1040 






83 










37 


0.16 ! 


> 12 4 


3U90 


300 






19 


2 







39 


0,27 1 


12 A 


4275 1956 


110 






6 










39 




90 A 



11 MC MIS 261] 



4440 



•IRVlNbTON E, JEFFERSON, 18, IE 







1951 


340 


PENNSYLVANIAN 


1030 


1951 


40 


CYPRESS. HIS 


1750 


1953 


120 


BENOIST, HIS 


1930 


1953 


200 



17.8 1114.6 



27 








23 








3 










32 


S 


19 


7 










37 


8 


13 


18 










37 


S 





MIS 2222 



IRVINGTON N, WASHINGTON, IN, IS, In 







1953 


310 


CYPRESS, 


MIS 


1340 


60 


BENOIST, 


HIS 


1470 1453 


230 



15.8 1420.7 



28 








26 




3 










37 


22 










39 



16 
6 



AL 
AL 



ORO 



4334 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



35 



TABLE 8 continued 



POOL, COUNT*, 

LOCATION 

BY township 

AND »ANUE 

(• SECONDARY 

RtCO«tRY 

SEE PANT III 



PAY ZONE »WE» 

..................... TEAR PRO* 

OEP. OF VEO 

IH OISC. IN 

NA«fc aNu AGE (FT) UVfcRY ACRES 



NUMBER OP >ELL8 CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ....................... OP OIL DEEPEST 

H BBLS COMP. CO- .......... PAT ZONE TEST 

............... LfcTtr MPL. AS. PROD. 8UL- •——--••--« 

TO TO ETEO AN». uCIMS FUN KIND Thj. st». 

END OP END OP IN ONEO END OP SR, PERC« OP CKN. UCT. 

1479 1974 1979 |979 TEAR APJ EnT RQCh ESS URl 



DUN. 

IN& 

|979 



uEP. 
ZONE Th 
(FT) 



IRVlNGTON w, WASHINGTON, IS, lw 
CYPRESS, MIS 



1460 1963 



50 



u. r 



t 3k 



20 



MIS 1409 



•IUKA, MARION, 2N, «E 



AUX VASES, mis 
OHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST, LOUIS, Mis 
SALEM, mis 





1947 


T40 


2526 


I960 


40 


2«so 




190 


2660 




f 


2750 


1947 


4 


?7T5 


1452 


210 


2999 


197* 


10 



10.8 1097. S 



«9 


3 





It 








M 


5 










37 


S 


U 


M 


T 












L 


5 


HC 


6 












I 


IS 


HC 


28 


1 







39 


L 


10 


MC 


9 

1 


1 
1 








37 


L 
L 


5 

7 


HC 



OEV 



4375 



IUKA S, MAKION, jN, 4E 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 2680 1971 



220 



24.5 



395.1 



12 



MIS 2SS5 



IUKA W, MAKlQN, £H , }.4E 

........................ 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 2700 1955 



2.1 



66.3 



2 37 



MIS 3309 



JACKSONVILLE GaS ♦, MOHGAN, j5n, 9n 



GAS, PEN, MIS 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 

SALEM, MIS 



•JOHNSON N, CLARK, 9. ION, l«H 



1910 

330 1910 
272 1972 
294 1972 



•JOHNSON S, CLARK, 9n, law 



CLAYPOOL, PEN 

CASEY, PEN 

OPPEH PAkTLOh, PEN 

LOiKEN PAHTLOh, PEN 

AUX VASES, H 1S 

CARPER, MIS 

DEVONIAN 



• JUMNSONylLLt C, WAYNE, IN, IS, 6«7E 



90 

so 

10 
20 



0,0 



2.0 



11 

9 
1 

2 



ABO 1937, REV 1967, ARC 1969, RtV 1972 







1907 


2460 


KICKAPOO, PEN 


315 




2360 


CLAYPOOL, PEN 


415 




« 


CASEY, PEN 


465 




t 


OPPER PAKTlOh, 


PtN 533 




4 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


55b 




60 


CAMPER, MIS 


1325 




290 


OEVONIAN 


1720 


1973 


10 


TRENTON, ORO 


2900 


1977 


ISO 



SEE CLARK COUNTY 0IV1SION FOR PRODUCTION 





1907 


20 70 


390 




2050 


450 




4 


490 




4 


too 




4 


717 


1961 


40 


1740 


1971 


20 


1920 


1975 


20 







1940 


9210 


BETHEL, MIS 


2950 




30 


AUX VASES, MIS 


3020 




3060 


OHaRa, mis 


3|20 


1943 


6220 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


3150 




4 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3170 


1940 


4 


ST, LOU'S, mis 


3256 


1961 


110 


SALEM, mis 


3652 


19*0 


160 



SEE CLARK COoNTY DIVISION FOR PRODUCTION 



317,1 53548.0 



LS 

L 
L 



3 ML 
29 
19 



641 








276 








AM 


34 












S 




AM 


305 












S 




AM 


197 










32 


S 




AM 


51 












S 




AM 


> 










35 


OL 


6 


AM 


H 










37 


s 




AM 


1 












L 


45 




4 












L 


60 





662 








164 








AM 


34 












S 


X 


AM 


60 










30 


S 


X 


AM 


433 










31 


S 


44 


AM 


162 










29 


S 


X 


AM 


1 










39 


S 


21 


A 


1 












S 


22 




1 












L 


1 





4S6 


8 


3 


188 










A 


3 










3k 




S 


12 


AL 


170 


6 


2 




36 


0,14 


s 


20 


AL 


30 










36 




OL 


10 


AC 


4 










36 




OL 


• 


AC 


444 





1 




36 


0,17 


OL 


IS 


AC 


10 










36 




L 


14 


A 


6 










34 




L 




AC 



ORO 



1340 



OEV 2030 



JOMNSONVILLE N, WAYNE, IN, 6t 



OHARA, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 



•JOHNSQNVlLLt S, WAYNE, [S, bE 





1443 


150 


3140 


1443 


ISO 


3220 




4 


3250 


1443 


4 



0,0 



91. 8 



8 



















A 


1 










36 


0,17 


OL 


3 


AC 


7 














L 


6 


AC 


1 










36 


0,17 


OL 


3 


AC 







1942 


1130 


AUX VASES, MIS 


3060 


19«2 


370 


OHARA, MIS 


3160 


1977 


440 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


3160 




4 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3200 


1942 


4 


ST LOUIS, MIS 


3290 


1977 


20 


SALEM, Mis 


3772 


1975 


360 



ABO 1466, REV l9tS, ABO 1969 



125,9 1570.5 



89 


1 


2 


29 





1 


3 








3 








19 








2 








JS 


1 


1 



51 



38 
36 



AC 
AC 



MIS 3335 



MIS «16Q 



30 



•JOHNSONvlLLb w, WAYNE, in, |8, 3>6E 



(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE) 



1442 



11,6 2308.2 



71 



23 



MJS 3400 



36 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I WW 1 8 continued 



POOL, County, 

LOCATION 

8V TOWNSHIP 

AND RANGE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECuVERY 

9ft- PANT II) 



PAY lu*t 



DtP. 
TM 



tEab 

Of 
UISC. 



M*«t A*l) «Ct 



(H) UVERY 



ANEA 
PRU- 

vfu 

IN 

»c»ts 



NUMBEH OP WELLS (."aBaCUk 

PRODUCTION ....................... UF nil DEEPEST 

m «BL» COMP. CO* .......... fir ZONE T t S I 

LtTJO HPL. AB. PROD. »UL- — — — — .— .————. 

TO TO ETEU ANU. uCING EUM KINU T"I- STR- uEp. 

two OP ENO OP IN ONED enO OP G», PE»C« OP C«N. IJCT. JONf Tm 

1979 I9T9 1979 1979 YEAR APJ ENT ROCK tSS 'Jul TPT) 



UUH. 

INfi 

1979 



• JOHNSUNvlLU », k»»n(, IN, IS, 5-6E 



BETHEL, Mis 


2925 


1952 


40 


AUX VISES, "IS 


2900 


1943 


440 


OHARA, HIS 


2930 




390 


SPAR HTN, MTS 


5U15 




• 


MCCLOSKV, mIs 


3100 


19«2 


f 


ULLIN, M{S 


3823 


1978 


in 



(CONTINUED POOH PREVIOUS PAGE) 



37 
J7 



1 





u 


IT 








5 





u 


10 









l» 



00 



S 


T 


NL 


s 


t 


ML 


L 


6 


MC 


L 


a 


nC 


L 


T 


MC 



19 



• JOHNSTON CI T V E, WILLIAMSON, BS, it 



CVPRE8S, HjS 
BETHtL, HIS 
AUX VASES, M IS 
OHARA, HIS 
SPAR HTN, MIS 
MCCLUSKV, MIS 





1959 


?9fl 


2<9U 


1959 


130 


2500 


1975 


in 


2*20 


1962 


260 


2860 


19T5 


<n 


288U 


1983 


• 


2880 


1963 


8 



42,9 1109,3 



n o 





13 








9 


a 




37 


S 


20 


1 









3 


5 


2 







3b 


S 


10 


1 o 









L 


5 


2 









L 


T 


1 







38 


°l 


12 



HIS 



2997 



JOHNSTON CITY N fc, WILUIAHSON, 88, 3E 

AUI VASES, HIS 2«16 1969 



4.2 



2?7.4 



HIS 3ul4 



•JUNCTION, GALLATIN, 98, 9E 



pEnnsvlvanian 
wALTER»BuRG, H)S 
MAROJNSBuHG, M 1S 
CYPRESS, HIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 





1939 


380 


115U 


1947 


30 


1 790 


19J9 


300 


212b 


1949 


30 


2275 


19S« 


20 


2730 


1955 


10 



1,8 



696,6 



2 


1 


7 




M 


« 


1 


35 ! 


1 7 


ML 


6 





37 « 


1 14 


ML 


1 





34 ! 


1 5 


ML 


? 





37 ! 


I 12 


ML 


1 





37 I 


9 


Mt 



HIS 



3e0u 



■JUNCTION E, GALLATIN, 8.9s, 9E 



«ALTE9SBu»G, M iS 
TAH SPRINGS, M ISS 



1953 


150 


2U0U 1953 


140 


2119 1973 


10 



132.1 



37 



14 
25 



HIS 2970 



•JUNCTION N, GALLATIN, 6*93, 9E 



PENNSVLVANIAN 
nAlTEASBuRG, HIS 
CVPRES8, His 
AHX VASES, HIS 
SPAR HTN, MIS 





1946 


270 


1565 


1947 


100 


1990 


1973 


80 


2450 


1954 


30 


2725 


1946 


4n 


2660 


1955 


40 



1.4 



253.8 



24 








1U 






M 


10 










36 1 


1 16 


ML 


5 












1 20 




3 










37 ! 


I 10 


ML 


3 










36 1 


1 4 


ML 


3 










37 1 


6 


MC 



MIS 



2983 



JUNCTION CITV C, HARJON, 2N, IE 







1910 


170 


OVKSTRA(CUBA) 


PEN 


510 19J0 


170 


hILSQN, PEN 




680 1952 


f 



0.7 



33.3 



17 

11 

6 



II 



32 



NL 
NL 
NL 



DEV 



3346 



KEENSBURG E, WABASM, 2S, 1 i« 





1939 


40 


QHARA, hjs 


2705 1945 


40 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


2710 1939 


8 
ABU 1947 



•KEENSBURG S, WABASH, j.3S, 13k 



0,0 



«.0 







1944 


330 


PENNSVLVANJAN 


1145 


1944 


150 


CVPRESS, HJS 


2385 


1951 


130 


OHARA, HJS 


2715 


1944 


30 


salem.mis 


3200 


1973 


20 



19.1 1086.2 



3 



















n 


1 





U 








L 


10 


HC 


2 





u 




38 


0,26 


L 


6 


MC 



31 








17 








A 


16 










33 


S 


15 


AL 


11 










36 


S 


9 


AL 


2 





u 




36 


L 


10 


AC 


2 





u 






L 


8 





HIS 2802 



HJS 



3475 



• KEENVRLE, NATNE, IS, SE 







1945 


13U0 


AUX VASES, HJS 


296U 


1945 


360 


OHARA, HJS 


3US0 


1946 


440 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3U80 




* 


MCCLOSKV, Hit 


3101 




• 


SALEM, MjS 


3620 


1977 


880 



4U2.2 4Q96.4 



107 


1 


1 


54 






A 


87 










37 1 


) 20 


AL 


5 












B 


AC 


1 












10 


AC 


8* 


1 







37 1 


7 


AC 


48 


1 


1 




37 1 


8 





HIS 4050 



KEENVILLE E, WAYNE, IS, SE 







1951 


140 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3075 


1967 


90 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3I2U 


1951 


f 


ST LUU1S, MIS 


319U 


1967 


10 


SALE", HJS 


3709 


1977 


60 



7.0 



109.8 



10 





i 


6 








1 












L 


4 


6 





t 




37 


L 


10 


2 










39 


L 


10 


6 





1 






L 


10 



HIS 3982 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



37 



TABLE 8— continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

8Y TOWNSHIP 

ANO HIM.E 
(• SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
S££ PART IJ) 



PAV ZONE 



NAMt 111) AGE 



YEAR 

OEP. OF 

TH uISC. 

(FT) OVERY 



AREA 

PRO. 
VEU 
IN 
ACRES 



PRODUCTION 

H BBLS 



UUH. 

IN6 
1974 



NUMBER OP WgLLS CHARACTER 

OP OIL DEEPEST 

CORP. CO- .......... PAY iONe TEST 

....... LETEO MPL. AS. PROO. SUL» •----.-.--..-. .......... 

TO TO ETED AND. UCING PUR KINO TmJ. STR* OEp. 

END OP EMU OP JN ONEO END OP &R, PERL. OP L«N- UCT. ZONE TH 

1979 1979 1979 1*79 YEAR API ENT ROCK ESS UHE (FT) 



HELL, JEFPtRSON, 1S.3E 

HCCLOSKY, MIS 



Jb?i 1942 



KELL E, JEFFERSON, hxrion, IN. IS, it 

ST LOUIS, MIS 2841 1979 



SO 0,0 14,0 5 
ASO 1944, REV 1998, ABO lW 



100 



47,8 



37 0,2* 



HIS 2921 



MIS Sill 



KELL N, MAHIuN, IN, JE 







197* 


70 


ST LOUIS, HIS 


2695 


197* 


20 


SALEM, MISS 


2770 


197* 


70 



0,8 



l.i 



3 


3 



HIS 3118 



KELL w, MARION, IN, 2E 



HCCLOSK", MIS 2354 I9b2 10 0,0 

ABU 19*4 



0,8 



1 



KELLfcRVlLLt, AUAMS, BROWN, I.2S, 3rt 

alLUNUN 637 1959 *40 5,9 228,5 58 1 1 



38 



16 37 



Ol 



MIS 2475 



1UTS 



•kenmeh, clay, !n, 5«*E 



IAN SPRINGS, MIS 
bENOIST, MIS 
RENAULT, mis 
AUX VAgES, MIS 

SPAR MTN, MIS 
HCCLuSKV, MIS 
ST, LOUIS, MIS 
L»kPER, MIS 
UEVONlAN 





1942 


1290 


220u 


1949 


1" 


2690 


1942 


710 


27*1 


1958 


240 


2835 


1943 


850 


2875 


1947 


160 


2930 


1945 


f 


2978 


19*4 


10 


1221 


1959 


10 


4424 


1959 


40 



15,8 2482.9 



109 








25 






A 


1 








37 




1 7 


AL 


57 








37 


0.22 ! 


1 10 


A 


17 








37 




1 9 


A 


49 








38 




1 9 


AL 


6 












.3 5 


AC 


* 








37 




7 


AC 


1 








37 




4 




1 








39 




1 10 


A 


2 








36 




59 


A 



S1L 49T 



•KtNNEx n, Cl«y, jn, *e 







1947 


390 


BENOIST, 


HIS 


2/55 1947 


390 


MCCLOSKY 


nts 


2970 1947 


80 



0,0 



886,6 



3* 

31 

9 



37 
37 



AC 



6032 



nENNER S, LLAV, 2N, 5E 



bENOIST, mjs 
AUX VASES, M 1S 
MCCLOSKY, HlS 



•KtNNEH «, CLAY, 3N, 5E 





1950 


40 


2730 


1967 


20 


2768 


1971 


10 


2«7o 


1950 


SO 



0,0 



20.6 







1947 


410 


CYPRtSS, hjs 


2600 


1947 


3S0 


bENOIST, HIS 


2705 


1947 


230 


RENAULT, «IS 


2802 


I960 


10 


AUX VASES, his 


2837 


i960 


110 


MCCLOSKY, HIS 


2870 


1947 


20 



ARO 1952, REV 19*7, ARO 1978 



3,1 2113,2 



37 



37 



A 
S 5 * 

S fc 

L 10 AC 



HIS 



3000 



33 








8 






1 06V 


4800 


27 








37 


S 


2* t 






I* 








38 


S 


9 






1 








37 


S 


10 1 






6 








38 


S 


»* 1 






2 








38 


L 


4 / 







KEYESPURT, Clinton, iN, 2w 

bENOIST, his 



1180 1949 180 0,3 176.1 20 



13 35 



8 AL H{3 1358 



aKINCAIO C, CHRISTIAN, 13-14N, 3n 



CEOAH VALLtY, OEV 
SILURIAN 



1955 262" 1U1.5 5390.1 148 
1800 1455 2*20 147 

1674 19.59 10 1 









200 








HU 


SIL 


t97l 










38 


OS 


19 


MU 














38 





7 









• KJN(,, JtFFERSON, i.43, JE 







1942 


1430 


HENAULT, mis 


2718 


1959 


10 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2725 


1942 


1380 


OhaRa, his 


27*5 


194? 


320 


4PAR HTN, HIS 


2815 




t 


HCCLOSKY, HIS 


284U 


1942 


* 



5,9 3729.1 



112 

1 

104 

11 

7 

4 



It 






X 


A 


39 


0,17 ! 




IS 

10 


AL 
AC 


OJ 


0,16 1 


s 


10 
9 


AC 
AC 



ORO 6015 



KINHUNOY, MARION, 4N, 2.JE 



bENOIST, HIS 
SALEH, HIS 
(CONTINuEO ON NEXT PAfcE) 



1450 


80 


1915 1950 


20 


2430 


10 



1,0 



«3.1 



34 
36 



3650 



38 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



lAlfll 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

t)V TOWNSHIP 

AND RANGE 

(t SECONDARY 

RECOVtRY 

SEE PART in 



»AV IONE 



..... YEAR 
DIP. OF 
TH DISC- 



AREA 
PRO. 
VED 
IN 



NAMt ANU AGt 



(FT) OVERT ACRES 1979 



NUMBER OP WILLS CHARACTER 
PRODUCTION ....................... u' OIL 

M RBLS COMP. CO- .......... 

............... LtTEO MPL" AB. PROD. S'i L - 

TO TO ETEO AND. UCIN6 . FUH 
tNU OP ENU QP IN uNtO EnO OP CR, PERC" 



PAY IONE 



DfcEPEST 
TEST 



OUN« 
IN6 



1979 



1979 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT 



KINO 1HJ. STR- 
OP CKN- UCT. 
ROCK bSS UNE 



UEP. 
ZONE TH 



KINMuNQY, MANlON, 4N, t. if 
CARPER, MIS 

KINMUNUY N, MARION, 4N, it 

BENOIST, MIS 

LACUOE, PAYfcTTE, 5N, 4E 

bENOiST, MJS 



3384 1«62 bO 

ARD I960, REV 19*2 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 
a 37 



2050 1953 JO 0,0 2,9 {00 
ABu 1950, REV 1951, ABO 1974 



2335 1943 50 0,T 33.4 6 



34 



1 36 P. is 5 



IT 



19 



MIS 230} 



MIS 260S 



LAKEhOOO, SMtLBY, ION, 2.3t 





1941 


120 


BENOIST, mu 


1690 


70 


AUX VASES. Mis 


1720 1941 


SO 



1.0 



277,8 



1? 
T 

5 



10 

32 0,2) 



AL 
AL 



SIL 



3127 



•LANCASTtR, HA0ASH, LAWRENCE, 1.2N, l3w 







1940 


1970 


TAR SPRINGS, MIS 


2050 


1959 


10 


BETHEL, MIS 


2540 




9«0 


OHARA, MIS 


26T0 


1944 


1000 


SPAR «TN, MIS 


26«9 


1964 


1 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


2690 


1940 


• 



34,3 5273.2 



14S 








5« 








A 













31 




1 3 


A 













36 




1 14 


AL 

















10 


AC 


9 














6 




51 





u 




40 


0.26 I 


T 


AC 



OEV 



4555 



LANCASTER CEN, WABASH, IN, 15* 







1946 


240 


OHARA, MIS 


2750 


1947 


240 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


2610 


1946 


■ 


MCCLOSKY, HIS 


2615 


1947 


* 



LANCASTER E, WABASH, 2N, 13* 



BRJOUEPORT, PEN 
BUCHANAN, PEN 
BUHL, PtN 



SPAR MTN, HIS 



•LANCASTER S, WAdASH, IN, iJ„ 



376. 6 



16 
5 

10 
3 



ABO 1961, REV 1972, ARD 1976 





1944 


70 


1310 


1976 


60 


1410 


1976 


* 


1745 


1944 


1 


2660 


1947 


10 



0,0 



76.3 



ABO 1975, REV 1976 







1946 


310 


BETHtL, His 


2520 


1949 


270 


OHARA, HIS 


2670 




70 


MCCLOSKY, HIS 


2720 


1946 


t 



l«.l 



4S6.5 



37 



M 
7 MC 
7 MC 
t HC 



6 








I 






H 


1 










S 


13 




1 










S 


9 




a 








31 


S 


10 


ML 


I 








39 


L 


6 


HC 



2? 





1 


16 








n 


1» 










36 


S 


6 


ML 


3 





1 






L 


6 


HC 


1 










39 


L 


I? 


MC 



MIS 



3607 



MIS 2750 



MIS 



3489 



LANGEWISCH.KUESTER, MARION, IN, IE 







1910 


120 


UNNAMED, 


PEN 


795 1951 


10 


CYPRESS, 


HIS 


1600 1910 


110 



1.7 



37,9 



16 








1 






2 










32 


S 


l« 










35 


S 



3509 



• LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, CRAnFqRu, J.Sn, M«13w 



TRIVOLl, PEN 
CUBA, PEN 
BRI06EP0RT, PEN 
LPENnSYLVAnIaN 
BUCHANAN, PEN 
RIDGLEY 

TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
HAROINSBURG, MIS 
JAC'SON, MIS 
CYP(KIHKWOOO) , M 
SAMPLE, MIS 
BETH(TRACEY), MIS 
BENOISTi MIS 
AUX VASES, MIS 
OHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, Ml8 
ST, LOUIS, mis 
SALEM, MIS 
DEVONIAN 
TRENTON ,0R0 



LAWRENCE COUNTY DIVISION, L'wRENCE, CRAWFORD 
(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE} 



1906 36170 



290 


11010 


450 


t 


600 


t 


950 


t 


1*50 


t 


1300 


t 


1410 


70 


1570 


110 


1370 


1510 


1400 


22220 


1600 


9820 


1650 


* 


1695 


6 


1775 


7*0 


1750 


I2<30 


1860 


1 


1660 


* 


1660 


310 


1955 


130 


2934 1975 


60 


4492 1976 


80 



7011 15 



13 



2670 



n 








28 


1 X 


A 


3 










1 X 


A 


1370 


3 


1 


36 


1 40 


A 


23 










> 13 


A 


379 


7 


1 


SJ 


» 15 


A 


X 










I X 




S 








34 


» 10 


A 


1? 








33 1 


1 to 


A 


325 


1 





3} 1 


1 IS 


A 


4323 


3 


9 


ao ! 


1 30 


A 


180 








35 J 


1 S 


A 


101* 





1 


38 1 


1 20 


A 


99 


2 





37 1 


1 7 


A 


57 





u 


38 ! 


1 6 


A 


J5 





u 




8 


A 


76 








33 I 


S 4 


A 


1153 


1 


1 


40 1 


10 


A 


1« 


1 





35 1 


10 


A 


T 








36 1 


2 


A 


l« 








39 1 


12 




1 










40 





SEE LAWRENCE COUNTY OIVlSION FOR PRODUCTION 



9261 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



39 



TABLE S-continucJ 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND RanuE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEE PART U) 



PAY ZONt 



OtP- 
TH 



YEAR 

OF 
DISC. 



NAMt ANU AGE 



(FT) OVERT 



AREA 

PRO- 

veu 

IN 
ACRES 



NUMBER OF WELLS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ........................ QF OIL DEEPEST 

M iBLS COMF. CO. .......... PAY JONE TEST 

............... LETEO MFL« AS. P»UD. sul- .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEO ANU- uCING FUR K]NU Tmj. ST*> UEP. 

END OF ENO OF IN ONED ENO OF SB. FtRC OF CKN. UCT. ZONE Th 

1979 1979 |9T9 1979 YE»<» API ENT RQCK ESS URE (FT) 



OUR. 

INK 

J979 



LAwRfcNCE COUNTY DIVISION, L»wRENCE, CRAWFORO 

1900 

•LAwkENCE N, LAWRENCE, In, IJ« 



PAINT C»tEK, "IS 
BETHEL, HIS 
AU> VASES, his 
OHaRa, hjs 
SPAR MTN, MlS 
MCCLOSKY, Mis 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 

37110 2076.0 381348.1 7100 IS 13 2702 
TOTALS FOR LAWRENCE AND ST, FRANCISVILLE POOLS 





1'SJ 


960 


1976 


1962 


TOO 


2050 


1952 


i 


2110 


1*53 


70 


221* 


196S 


260 


2193 


1963 


* 


2225 


1953 


» 



II. « 



321.5 



T9 


I 


12 


•I 






9 





1 


39 


S 


13 


42 





s 


33 


S 


15 


T 





2 


36 


s 


S 


1 





1 




L 


IS 


6 


1 


1 




L 


2 


IS 


1 


U 


00 


L 


11 



CAH 926| 



HIS 3059 



• LtXlNbTON, xABASM, ;S, l<i« 



CYPRtSS, his 
BENOIST, his 

OHARA, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1947 


160 


0,0 


477.9 


15 








2585 1953 


10 






1 








2733 1972 


20 






t 








2912 196S 


130 






1 


n 


u 


2970 1947 


» 






12 









3 A OEV 5020 

32 S 10 AL 

S a 

L 3 

3S L S AC 



LEXINGTON N, WABASM, IS, 14W 

STE, GEN, MIS 2915 1951 

• LlLLWlLlt, CUHuERLANu, EFFINGHAM, «.9N, 6>7E 



SPAR MTN, MlS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1946 
243i 196S 

2425 1946 



20 0,0 
ABO 195S 



190 9,0 636.0 
200 



IS 
1 

13 



38 



36 



L » MC HIS 30*5 



S S 

L 10 A 



QEV 4000 



LlLLYVlLLE N, LUM8tRL»N0, 9N, Jt 







1974 


SO 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


2405 


1974 


SO 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


2440 


1974 


t 


SALEM, his 


2B40 


1974 


60 


GENEVA, oEv 


3625 


1974 


iO 



SO 2«,8 476.3 



5 

3 

S 

« 



S 7 

l 20 

L S 

r» io 



ORO 6500 



LIS, JASPER, 7N, 9E 

SPA* HTN, MlS 

LirCnUELD, monTuomEhv, s>9n, 5h 
UNNAMED, PtN 

LITCmFie^o S, MONTGOMERY, 8N, 5W 

pEnnsylvanian 



3022 1964 10 0,0 0,5 1 (J 
ABU 1967 



660 1866 150 0,0 24,0 IS 
ABO 1904, RFv 1942, ABO 



610 1967 en o,o o.o too 



8 S MIS 3050 



23 0,24 S STP 3000 



5 23 S3 OEV 19(0 



•LIVINGSTON, MADISON, 6N, 6 » 
PFNNS»LVANIAN 



535 1948 



«90 *,6 723,9 66 



25 35 8 |S Ml ORO 237S 



•LIVINGSTON s ,, MADISON, S'6N, tw 

PEnnsylvanian 
• LOCUST GROVE, WAYnE, IN, 9E 



AUX VASES, his 
OHARA, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



530 1950 



1951 
3215 19S1 

3240 1451 
3280 1951 



670 14,6 579,7 



ISO 0,3 252.3 

110 
40 



78 2 2 



13 

8 

4 

1 



55 3S 



It 



7 ML SIL 1735 



S 10 

L 4 

37 L 6 



MIS 4190 



LOCUST GROvE S, WAYNE, IS, 9t 



OHARA, HIS 
»PAR MTN, MlS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



LOGAN, FNANKlIN, 7S, 3E 



1953 ISO 0,2 H4.9 11 1 

324* 1958 ISO 2 

3300 1953 « 6 I 

3286 1938 ■ 4 

ABD 1471, REV 72, ABO 74,RfcV 78, ABO 79 



39 


L 


6 


37 


L 


10 


39 


L 


4 



MIS 3413 



AUX VASES, HIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
(CONTINUED UN N£(T PAGE) 



1966 


10 


2920 1968 


10 


3U2S 1966 


20 



0,4 



89.5 



3 
1 
1 



MIS 3176 



40 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ABU 8 continued 



POOL, CUUNTY, 

C0CATJON 

b* TOWNSHIP 

and range 

(. SECONDARY 

mcuvtor 
set pa«t hi 



PAY 70Nt 



NAME *NO AGE 



OtP- 
TH 



YEAR 

OF 
ulSC. 



(FT) OVERT 



AREA 
PRO. 
VE U 
IN 

ACRES 



U'lM- 

1979 



NUMBER OF WILLS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ....................... OF OIL DEEPEST 

M BBL3 COMP. CO> .......... PAT ZONE Tfc S T 

LETEO MPL. AS. PROO. 6UL« -- — « — .—. 

TO TO ETEO ANU. uCINC cuk K]NU 1H1. 8T«« 

ENQ OP ENO OP IN ONEO End OP ER. Pt»C- OP Ckn. UCT. 

1974 1979 1979 J979 TEAR API ENT ROC* ESS URE 



oEP. 
ZONE Tm 
(FT) 



LOGAN, FRANKLIN, 7S, It 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



MCCLUSkY, Mis 



3082 19b6 



34 



LONG BRANCH, SALINt, HAMILTON, 7S, 6t 







1950 


70 


PALESTINE, MIS 


2U7U 


1950 


in 


CVPRESS, MJS 


2745 


1951 


20 


AUK VASES, mis 


3U95 




90 


MCCLUSKY, Mia 


mo 


1950 


20 



1.0 



333.0 



2 





J 








A 


2 









S 


s 


*L 


3 







37 


s 


13 


At 


6 







17 


s 


9 


»L 


2 


u 




S7 


L 


5 


AC 



MIS 3384 



LONG BRANCH S, SALINt, SS, 8t 



tYPRESS, Mjs 



2b6U 1955 



10 
ABO 1971 



0,0 



0.9 



MIS 



3210 



•LUUuEN ♦, FAYETTE, tFUNGHAM, 6-9N, 2-4t 



CTPRESS, hjs 
bETHEL, MIS 
bENOlST, mis 
AUX VASES, mjs 
MCCLUSkY, MIS 

CARPtR, MIS 
GENEVA, l)Ev 
TRENTON, Own 





1937 


?53bO 


1500 




21480 


1590 




9190 


1550 


19J7 


7120 


1600 




590 


1785 


1955 


JO 


2b3U 


1952 


30 


3000 


1937 


3940 


3905 


1955 


20 



1730, 369Q20.2 



2943 


21 


9 


1603 


4 


3 


365 


4 


2 


736 


2 





13 








2 








4 








144 


16 


5 


2 









1270 



PC 



Sblb 



3b 


0.85 


S 


30 


A 


3b 


0,24 


s 


15 


A 


38 


0,20 


s 


10 


A 


37 


0,17 


s 


8 


AL 


J7 




L 


4 


AC 


36 




s 


9 


AL 


28 


0,48 





15 


A 






L 


1? 


A 



LOUISVILLE, CLAY, 4N, bE 



AUX VASE*, hjs 
RENAULT, mjs 
SPAR MTN, nib 
MCCLOSKY, Mis 

SALEM, MJS 

ULLlN, mis 





1974 


430 


?sou 


1974 


40 


2735 


1978 


10 


286U 


1974 


430 


2872 


1974 


t 


338b 


1974 


20 


3530 


1474 


10 



21.9 



1*6.7 



4 8 




2 2 
2 6 

1 1 





23 



4bb5 



S 
8 
S 

OL 

L 
L 



8 

6 

10 

8 



•LOUISVlLLt N, Clay, 4N, bt 



AUX VASES, HJS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 



LOuTbVlLLE S, LLAY, jn, bE 



1453 110 0,0 56.3 8 

2755 1953 40 2 

2812 I9b1 70 8 

ABO 195*, REV 1962, ABO 1973, REV 1974 



37 
37 



10 
4 



SIL 4650 



AUX VASES, HJS 
UMASA, MJS 



LYNChBURU, JtFhEKSuN, 3S, 4E 
MCCLUSKV, MIS 



14b0 20 0,1 1,5 2 1 

?S23 14bO 10 10 1 

2693 I9b0 in 1 U 

ABU !9b7,REV 1976, ABO 1979 



30«5 1951 



1.3 32b. 1 



38 S 

36 L 



1 38 



DEV 4740 



8 AC MJS 3579 



•MLKJNLFY, WASHINGTON, 3S, 4. 





1940 


250 


BENOIST, hjs 


1U30 1440 


180 


SILURIAN 


224U 


190 



0,0 



767.2 



30 


n 





5 










U 


ORO 


3983 


17 










41 


0,16 


s 


5 









12 










40 




L 


40 


N 







MACEOOnIa, FnAnKlIn, 5S, 4E 







1961 


30 


SALEM, 


HJS 


4124 J478 


20 


ULLlN, 


MJS 


4097 1961 


10 



0,8 7.8 



ABO 1965, REV 1978 



•MAIN C ♦. CkA«Poro, LAWRENCt, JASPEH, 5.8N, 10.14W 







1906 


««2520 


CUBA, pen 


51U 




60050 


UNNAMEU, PtN 


75U 




« 


ROBlNSUN, PEN 


95U 




1 


pennsvlvanjan 


1250 




* 


bAHLOW, HIS 


1201 


1968 


10 


CYPRESS, mjs 


1480 


1954 


660 


PAJNT CREEK, hjs 


1280 




5060 


BETHEL, His 


140U 




* 


RENAULT, mjs 


1564 


1479 


10 


AUX VASES, MJS 


1430 




3700 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


1515 




690 


MCCL(ObLONG), MIS 


1400 




• 


SALEM, mjs 


1615 


1947 


290 


oEvonian 


2795 


1941 


500 


(CONTJNUEU UN NEXT PAGE) 









1309,2 230979,7 



2 

1 
1 



10 
12 



11*94 


98 


35 3333 








75 





U 


32 


s 


X 


ML 


4 










s 


5 


ML 


10319 


80 


58 


35 


s 


23 


ML 


86 










s 


X 


ML 


1 










OL 


10 




43 








34 


s 


15 


ML 


X 








36 


s 


30 


ML 


177 


7 





36 


s 


IS 


ML 


1 


1 







s 


10 




151 


13 





35 


s 


15 


ML 


2 










s 


6 


MC 


150 








35 


L 


X 


MC 


14 








37 


L 


5 


MC 


16 


1 


1 


40 


L 


11 


MC 



5249 



STP 5317 



OIL AND GAS Dl.VELOPMfclNTS 



41 



TABLE 8— continued 



POOL, COUNTr, NUMBER OP NELLS CHARACTER 

LOCATION PRODUCTION ....................... OF OIL DtEPEST 

bv tuwnship pay zone area n b L8 Cqmp. eo» .......... PAT zone test 

AND RANGE ....................... VEAR PRO. ................ LETED MPL- AB. PRUO. sul- .............. .......... 

(• SECONOARY DEP. OP VEU DURa TO TO ETEU AND. UCINE FUN *l*u TMt> SIR. uEP« 

RECOVERY TH DISC- IN INS tND OP End OP IN ONEO END OP UR, PE*C« OP CKN. UCT. ZONE Th 

SEE PAkT II) NAHfc ANu A&E (FT) OVERT ACRtS 1979 19T9 19T9 I9T9 1979 YEAR API ENT ROCK 634 URE (fT) 



• MAIN I ♦, CNAhPuRU! LAURENCE, JASPER, i-iN, 1U«14n (CONTINgEO PROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 

TRENTON, ORO 3900 1976 420 29 I L 75 



• MAPLE GROVE C, EOrAROS, WAYNE, 1-2N, ».jrifc 







19W3 


2410 


AUX VASES, "IS 


3145 


1943 


TJO 


UNARA, MIS 


32S0 


1943 


1SOO 


JPAR M|N, MIS 


3230 




1 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


5280 


1943 


t 


ST IUUJS, MIS 


J500 


1977 


10 


SALEM, MIS 


3&60 


1967 


1U0 


ULLIN, mis 


4U57 


197* 


2o 



J2.8 "bae.l 14? * 46 A DEV 3220 



142 


6 





46 








A 


49 


2 


U 




II 


S 


13 


A 


6 










27 


L 


3 


AC 


6 


2 









L 


1 


»c 


S9 


3 







«1 


L 


6 


A 


1 












L 


6 




7 





u 




39 


L 


4 




2 












L 


7 





MAPLE UROVt S C, EUwARoS, IN, |0E 



1943 240 14,2 244,0 17 9 MIS 4200 

QHARA, MIS 3260 1951 i«jn 3 40 L 6 

SPAR MTN, MIS 327S f 2 L 6 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 3275 » 9 U Si L * 

SALEM, mis 3030 1976 40 3 u l »3 

ULl'n. MIS 4170 1977 10 1 L 28 

MARCUE, JEFFERSON, 3S, 2E 

0,S 16.3 2 2 MIS 3520 

10 S IS 

2 25 ".54 L 13 MC 

•MARINE, MA01SON, 4N, b « 

OEv.SIL 1700 1943 2470 42,9 12016.9 148 114 35 0,2a L 20 R ORO 2619 







193S 


20 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


270u 197* 


to 


MCCLOSKY, 


MIS 


2745 193S 


20 



MARINE W, MAuISON, 5n, 7r 



DEVONIAN 1653 1963 1 jn 0,0 25.2 6 35 

ABU 1978 



MARION, WILLIAMSON, 93, 3E 



1950 20 0,1 0,4 2 I mis 2580 

AUA VASES, mis 2385 1950 10 10 40 S 3 

UHARA,MI» 247Q 1973 |0 1 U LP 

ABO 1951, REV 1973 



MARION E, wTLLIAMSUN, as, JF 



BETHEL, MIS 2295 1959 in 0,0 1,1 I U 37 S 6 mjs 2642 

ABO 1963 

MAN7SSA w *, ST, CLM", AANUOLPM, 3.4S, 7» 

CYPRtSs, MIS 215 I960 70 0,0 0,0 3 25 S3 ORO 24|J 

ABO 1966 

•MARKKA* CITY, JEFFERSON, 2-JS, «E 

STE. GEN, MIS 307U 1942 340 3,2 1608.5 19 4 36 O.Oe L 10 A MIS 4U5U 



•maRKHam CITY N, JEFFERSON, nAtne, 2S, 4.5E 





1943 


310 


».9 


1437,9 


23 








8 










A 


AUX VASES, MJS 


2950 1944 


120 






9 










38 




S 


6 


»L 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3075 1943 


310 






I* 










37 


0,24 


L 


8 


AC 



MIS 3950 



•maRrham CITY n, JEPFERSon, 2»3S, 4E 



1945 300 0,9 2387.1 40 1 2 A mis 3906 

AUX VA6ES, mis 2905 1945 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 3035 1946 
S*lEm, MIS 3774 1969 



300 


0,9 


2387.1 


40 





1 


2 








A 


310 






19 










39 


S 


15 


*L 


310 






23 





1 




37 


L 


7 


AC 


10 






1 












L 


4 





• MARTINSVILLE, Clank., 9. ION, 13.14k 



1907 2390 X X 388 1 160 ST" 3411 

SHALLON, PfcN jSS 2290 10 S X U 

CASEY, PEN 500 t 99 S X u 

MARTINSVILLE, MIS 480 520 28 | L X 



CXHPER, MIS 1340 1040 64 37 S 40 

DEVONIAN 1530 700 49 38 L I D 

TRENTON, ORO 2700 910 39 60 L I 

SEE CLARK COUNTY PlvmON FOR PRODUCTION 



188 





1 


to 








99 








28 





1 


64 








49 








33 









42 ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \UI I. 8 continual 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LUCAUON 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND RAN&E 

(• SECONDARY 

RtCOVlRV 

set PANT ID 



PAY ZUNt 



OEP. 

TH 



YEAR 

OF 
UISC. 



"AM*. »NO AGt 



(FT) uVtRY 



AREA 
PRO. 

vFU 

IN 

ACRES 



NUMBER OF wtLLS CHARACTCN 

PRODUCTION ....................... ur OR ntfPEiT 

M SbLS Cu"P. CU- .......... HAY ZONE TEST 

............... LtTED NPL» AB. PRUO. SUu» .--- — ...----. 

TO TO ETEO anu- UCINS PUR K]NO TM1- 1T*< 

tND OP tNU OF IN ONEO ENO OF Ii», PfcNC- OF CKN. UCT. 

1979 19T9 1979 1979 TEAR API EnT RoCk tSS UnE 



UIIN- 

Ing 

1*79 



UEP. 
ZONE TH 
(FT) 



• maSUN n, eFFInGham, 6N, 5t 



tfENOJST, «IS 
AUX VASES, M 1S 

SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, "IS 



1951 
229u 1951 
2355 1951 

239U 1951 
2475 



240 

ISO 

10 

90 



*.t 



012.1 



16 








9 






t 


11 





u 


IS 


S 


IB 


AL 


1 








St 


s 


5 


AL 


a 










L 


1" 


AC 


I 








ST 


L 


5 


AC 



"IS 2551 



MASSRUN, WAYNE, EDWARDS, l», 9.10E 

JHA»A, "13 J25b 1946 



MASSRUN S, LOnANDS, IS, IOE 
UHARA, MIS 

•MATTOuN, COkES, 1l»lPN, T.At 



CVPRESS, mjs 
A'l« VASES, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 

MCCLOSKV, m!s 
SAuEM, MIS 
CARPER, MIS 

DEVONIAN 



3315 1947 



70 0,0 
ABU 1953 



10 0,0 

ABU 19i|T 



«1.2 



0.3 





193' 


6160 


175U 


1939 


3360 


190U 




580 


I95U 


1944 


4*40 


2U1U 




• 


?iib 


1977 


60 


J95U 


19S5 


430 


3162 


1970 


30 



106,9 20322.7 



568 


1 


It 


261 





3 


24 





1 


394 





7 


8 





U 


4 





1 


24 


1 


U 


4 









37 



37 



211 



A MC MIS 3472 



9 MC MIS 344J 











A 


STP 


4915 


39 


0,16 


s 


13 


A 






32 






t? 


AL 






3tt 


0.21 




12 


A 






37 






5 
6 


AC 






39 






10 


A 






34 






9 









•MATTOUN N, COLES, 13N, 7E 

SPAR MTN, MIS 



1902 I960 



369.0 



12 







3 CO 



Mil 



1967 



mattuon s, Cumberland, iin, te 

CAHPtR, MIS 
MAUN1E E, pHITt, 63, 1 IE 



TAN SPRINGS, M IS 
AUX VASES, MIS 



3U35 1962 



1951 
2280 1<62 
287U 1951 



• MAUNlt N C, WHITE, 5.eS, I 0- 1 i E , 14. 



PENNSVL.VANIAN 
HAcTERSBuRii. "is 
Tan SPRINGS, Mis 
HAHOINSBuRki M 1B 
SAMPLE, MIS 
BETMtL, MIS 
RENAULT, MIS 
AUX VAsES, mis 
OMARA, mis 
SPaR mtn, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



SO 0,0 
ABU 1966 



0.1 



60 
10 
70 



0,6 



64,6 





1941 


2130 


1320 




10 


2305 


1952 


130 


2150 




160 


2565 




10 


2630 




460 


262U 


1941 


f 


2935 




10 


2930 


1943 


870 


2995 


1944 


890 


3U25 


1947 


t 


3035 


1945 


t 



ABU 1952, REV 1955 



l«,4 5023.1 










o u 



36 



35 
35 



8 

20 



177 








45 




A 


1 








34 ! 


1 20 


AL 


10 








37 ' 


> 12 


AL 


10 





u 


3S 


) 10 


AL 


1 








36 1 


1 10 


A 


2 





u 


35 i 


I 13 


AL 


30 





u 


35 


1 13 


AL 


1 








36 1 


2 


AC 


93 





u 


35 


> 13 


AL 


8 








37 1 


4 


AC 


2« 








36 1 


6 


AC 


24 





u 


33 1 


10 


AC 



MIS 



MIS 



MIS 



3337 



3088 



4687 



•MAUNIE SOuTM C, WHITE, 68, 10. tR 



BRIO&EPORT, PEN 
BlEMt, PEN 
QE1.0NIA, mis 
PALESTINE,, mis 
NALURSBuR,,, Mis 
TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
CVPRISS. mis 
BETHEL, Mis 
AUX VASES, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MlS 
$T LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 
ULLIN, mis 





1941 


1750 


1400 




180 


1649 


1959 


* 


1900 


1942 


120 


2010 


1941 


640 


2210 




20 


2270 


1942 


830 


25"»0 




390 


2735 




10 


2645 


1941 


160 


2900 




40 


2920 




* 


3293 


1975 


10 


3«74 


J973 


10 


3964 


1975 


10 



39,0 7416,7 



175 


1 





54 




11 





u 


24 


) T AL 


3 








St 


1 X AL 


13 








35 


1 10 AL 


5« 








35 


1 IT AL 


2 








ST 


» 19 AL 


S3 








35 


» 16 AF 


30 








36 . 


1 10 AL 


1 








37 1 


) I AL 


1« 


1 





37 ! 


1 11 AL 


1 










8 AC 


4 








35 1 


6 AC 


) 










9 


1 





u 






1 










6 



DEV 



4906 



MAYBtRRV, nAYNt, 2.3», 6E 







1941 


230 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3350 


1941 


190 


SALEM, MIS 


3840 


1977 


20 


ULLIN, mis 


4300 


1977 


70 



32,8 



455.6 



1» 


3 


1 


13 










12 


3 







39 


0,16 


L 


8 


2 














L 


8 


T 





1 








L 


25 



AC 



DEV 



5377 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



43 



TABLE 8-conrinucd 



POOL, CUUnTy, 

location 
b* township 

AND RANuE 
(• SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
SEt PANT II) 



Pay ZONE ahEa 

............. ..... YEAR PRO. .--.. 

"LP. OF VFO UUR. 

TH OISC. IN im 

NA«t ANU »Gt (FT) OVtRY ACRES 1979 



PRODUCTION 
M «BLS 



CHARACTER 

or OIL 



NU»BER OP WELLS 

DEEPEST 
COMP. CQ» ....—— PAY ZONE TEST 

....... LETEO MPL* AB. PROO. 3UL» .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEO AND. UCING PUN hjnu [HI. SIR. uEP> 
ENQ OP tNO OP IN ONEO END OP CR, PtRC> OP C«N- UCT. ZONE TH 
1979 1*79 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT RUCK ESS UNE (FT) 



MAYBERRY N, «AYNt, 28, 6b 

MCCLOSKY, HIS 



3330 1948 



10 0,0 

AMD 19S0 



l.» 



19 



L 2 HIS 3<ltJ 



MECHANlCSBURIf i SANGAMON, UN, J» 
SILURIAN 



1734 1972 



7,3 192.0 



L Ik 



>1L 177» 



•MELROSE, CLARK, 9N, 1JW 

ISABEL, PEN 



»40 1953 



ISO 



3.9 



16 



5 35 



S 10 PEN 9111 



MELRUSE S, CLANK, 9N 1JN 

ISABEL, PEN 

•MILETuS, MANlUN, »N, aE 



665 19SS 



20 0,0 0,0 2 
ABO 19S«, REV 19*4, ABD 1969 







1947 


220 


dtwOIST, HIS 


2140 


1947 


ISO 


AUK VASES, M 1S 


2200 


1947 


140 


hCCLOSrY, HIS 


2350 


1947 


sn 



1,4 J68.7 



16 
B 
S 
3 



34 



S 7 P(N Its 



A OEV 3950 

35 S 7 A 
3k S 7 A 

36 L 5 A 



HILLfcRSBuRl,, BUNO, 4N, 4N 
DEVONIAN 



2130 19b7 



£0 0,0 
ABO 1971 



•HILL SHOALS, NHITt, HAMILTON, WAYnE, 2-4S, 7. BE 

I9i9 



10,3 



AUX VASES, HIS 
UHARA, his 
SPAR MTN, HIS 
HCCLUSKY, HIS 
»T, LOUIS, HIS 
SALEH, HIS 
ULLlN, mis 



3il45 
3320 
3345 

3375 1939 
3546 I960 
397U 19*1 
4110 1959 



3?6n 
2720 
1030 



10 
20 
10 



3B.0 119*6.2 



252 


3 





*on 


2 





9 








14 








«0 








1 








3 


1 





1 









3B 



S 2 OEV 2160 



73 A HIS 5455 

36 0,14 S 11 A 

OL II AC 

LS B AC 

36 OL 5 AC 

39 L 10 AC 

36 L 4 A 

3B L IP A 



HILLS HRAlnIt, EOWARbS, IN, 14m 

UHARA, his 292S 194S 

HILLS PRAlKlt N, EOWARUS, IN, 14H 

UHARA, HIS ?92S 1953 

HIKhElLSVILlE, SAlInE, ids, 6t 

1953 

UEGOnIa, his i3J U H55 

HALTtRSBuRG, HIS 1505 1953 

CVPRfcSS, HIS 2107 1975 



10 
ABU 1952 



o,n 



50 0,0 
ABU 1956 



30 
JO 
10 
10 



0,5 



1.9 



4.9 



?5.4 



3 








I 








1 








1 









37 



L 5 HC HIS 3010 



37 L S MC HIS 3U03 



1 his 2432 

35 S 6 

3S S 9 

S 20 



•HUOfc, SHfLBY, ION, 4E 







1961 


360 


dEIHtL, HIS 


1682 


1961 


140 


BENOIST, his 


W42 


1961 


360 


AUX VASES, HIS 


1772 


1961 


10 



2.9 338.2 



1" u 14 OEV 3265 

9 35 S 12 

13 34 SB 

2 37 S 8 



MONTROSE, tFFlNGHAH, BN, 7E 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 



2523 1968 



?,4 133.1 



L 7 HIS 3005 



•HUNTROSt N, CUHBENLANU, 9n, 7t 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



250U 19 fc 9 



20 



0.2 



20.0 



Ol 10 OEV 3960 



•HI, AUBURN C, CHRISTIAN, i5N, 1«?N 

SILURIAN |92U 1943 



7240 



38,8 6711.1 433 



117 37 0,28 L 15 MU TRN 2577 



•HT, CARMEL ♦♦, xABASH, IN, IS, 12h 

1939 

BRIDGEPORT, PEN 1370 1946 

BltHL, PEN 1470 

JONOAN, PEN 152U 

PALESTINt, His 15BU 
CLONTINuEU ON Nt»T PAGE) 



4680 


138,6 


18640,7 


547 


3 


6 


1170 






6 


1 





• 






68 


1 





f 






6 








60 






9 









187 A OEV 4237 

34 S 20 AL 
36 0,26 S 20 AL 

S 15 AL 

35 S 10 AL 



44 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ami E 8 continued 



pool, county, 
location 

bv TOWNSHIP 

• NO RANGE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEE H>HT ID 



PAY ZuNt AREA 

..................... year pro. 

DtP. OF vEO 

TH JISC. IN 

NAME »NO AGE (FT) ovt»T ACRkS 



NUMBER OF u^LLS CHARACTER 

PROOUCUON ..........-....... — ... uF OIL OEEPEST 

M BbLS CUMP. CO- .......... pAy {ONE TEST 

............... L£TtO MPL- AB. PRoO. »UL- ...-... — ----- .--.---.-. 

TO TO ETED *Nl). UCIN6 njk KINO !MI. SIR- UEP. 

tNQ or tNO OF IN oneo End OF S", Pt»t- OF l«n. uCT. jonE Th 

1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT RoCK ESS URE (FT) 



U"N- 

IM. 

1979 



«HT, CARMEL ♦♦, «A»ASM, in, js, 12m 

NALTtRS8u"tii Mis ibQu 

TAR SPRING, His |790 t4}9 

JACKSON, MIS 202U 1949 

CVPRtSS, mis 2025 1940 

SAMPLE, MIS 2U95 

BETHtL, MIS 2110 

OHAPA, Mis 2320 

SPAR HTN, HIS 2150 

MCCLOSKV, MIS P360 

SALEM, mis 269o 1966 

ULLIN, MIS 3097 J9T« 

FT PAYNE, MIS 3561 1979 



JO 

030 

10 

3660 

ISO 

i 

1350 



9" 
10 
10 



rCONTINuEu FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



3 








3k 




( 


10 


»L 


35 





u 


36 




S 


13 


AL 


1 












s 


45 


»L 


33ft 





6 


36 


0,17 


s 


15 


AL 


a 








37 




s 


7 


AL 


13 








35 




s 


1ft 


AL 


23 





1 


3b 




OL 


5 


AT 


1« 








39 


0,26 


s 


3 


AL 


66 





4 


37 


0,4j 


OL 


6 


AC 


ft 












L 


14 




1 





G 






L 


10 




1 


1 









L 


SI 





MT, LRIE N, wAYNt, JN, 9E 







1944 


200 


«"l VASES, MIS 


3110 


1944 


110 


UMARA, MIS 


31T0 


1949 


130 


MCCLOSHV, MIS 


3440 


1944 


f 



MT, OLIVt ♦, MONTGOMERY, »N, 5* 
POTTSVILLE, PEN 

MT, VERNON, JEFFERSON, 3S, 3k 



60b 1942 



0,0 



390.7 



ABO l"bt>, REV 1967 



0,3 







1943 


250 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2663 


1943 


70 


OHARA, MJS 


2750 


1943 


ISO 


mCCLOSaY, mIS 


2600 


1943 


i 



4,6 



393.2 



14 








1 






M 


5 








4 


3 


» 


ML 


? 


n 







L 


6 


MC 


5 








37 


L 


5 


MC 



5 33 0,16 S 



IB 








7 










A 


5 










36 




s 


6 


A 


2 














L 


6 


AC 


13 










39 


0,18 


L 


7 


AC 



MIS 4100 



SIL 1BT8 



"IS 



3462 



MT, VEMNON N, JEFFERSON, 2S, 3t 
MCCLOSitV, MIS 



2675 1956 



40 0,4 65.6 2 4 38 ■ L 6 MIS 275l 



momdock, douglas, 16n, 10e 

pEnnsylvanian 

nashville, washington, 2$, 3w 



UEVONIAN 
SILURIAN 



3T0 1955 



in 0,0 O.U 3 u 36 S 16 PEN 444 
ABU 1957, REV 19ftl, ABO 1968 





1973 


490 


2625 


1973 


40 


2650 


1973 


aso 



79,4 856.0 



36 4 1 28 

4 
34 4 1 41 



40 

L 40 H 



ORO 3776 



NASHVILLE N, WASHINGTON, 1.2S, 3w 

SILURIAN 
mason, JEFFERSON, 3.43, 2E 



» 1979 





1943 


30 


OHARA, Mis 


2758 1962 


30 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


2790 1943 


1 



0,0 

11.1 



0,6 



0.0 
11.1 



54.3 



3 








1 








ML 


MIS 


3925 


1 










37 


L 


4 








2 










37 


S 


12 


ML 







NCx 8A0EN t, CLINTON, |N, jw 
SILURIAN 



1935 195B 



T.3 467.1 



23 



14 39 



L 15 N SIL 2200 



NEW bELLAlK, ChAnFqRu, an, ijw 







1942 


140 


ISABtL, PEN 


650 


1952 


40 


CYPRESS 


1165 


1942 


70 


AUX VASES, MIS 


1460 


1956 


60 



NEW CITY, SANGAMON, 1«N, 4H 
SILURIAN 



1730 1954 



0,1 



10.1 



10 


1 


I 


2 








5 


1 





3 





t 



ABO 1946, KEv 1952, ABU 1954, REV 1956 



440 



2,5 2P0.3 



39 



M Otv 2632 
34 S 3 ML 

29 0,30 S 10 ML 
S 40 M 



8 39 L 11 MU SIL 1855 



NEW CITY 3, CHRISTIAN, 14N, 4W 
SILURIAN 

NEW UOuGLAS S, BONO, 6n, 5m 
(CONTINoEu ON NEXT PAGE) 



2006 1963 



40 0,0 
ABO 1974 



63.4 



39 L 17 SIL 1918 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



45 



TABLE 8 continued 



pool, Cuunty, 
location 

BY TQUNSnIP 

ANO B*N(,[ 
(« sECONOARr 

RtcovtRY 
set part u) 



PAY ZONt AREA 

........... ....... rE»» PRO. 

DtP- OF VEO 

TH DISC. IN 

NAMt AN|] AGt (FT) UVt«Y ACRtS 



PRODUCTION 
M BBL3 



UUR. 

INS 

1979 



TO 



NU"eER OP WELLS 

COMP. CO- 

LETfcO MPL- AB. PROO. 
TO ETEO ANU. uCINC 



CHARACTEN 
OF OIL 



SUL" 
FUN 



PAY ZONE 



OtEPEST 
TtSl 



KINU TMI. STB. 



ENO OF END OF IN QNEO EnO OF SR, »t»C- OP LKN. UCT. {ONE 



HJ1 



19T9 1979 J974 YEAR API ENT RQCH tSS UME 



OEP. 
TN 



Mm QOuGlAS S, BONO, ki), 5w 

pEnnsvlvanian 



64U 1»5T 



20 



0.0 



3,4 2 

ABO 1*60 



<«t« HARnONV C ♦♦, WHITE, wAdA»H, eOMAHOg, IN, 1««S, !J«1«N 







1939 


26060 


JAMESTOWN, PEN 


720 




J870 


BRIOGEPORT, KEN 


1340 




• 


MANSFIELU, PtN 







• 


BlEHL, PEN 


1650 




# 


JOkOan, PEn 


W»>u 




» 


UEGOnIa, his 


1925 




140 


CLORE, "IS 


198u 




100 


PALESTINE, "IS 


?uoo 




270 


HALTtRSBuRft, «1S 


2155 




1330 


TAR SPRINGS, "is 


2215 




2570 


HAMDINSBjRU, HIS 


ava 


1«5« 


20 


CVPRtSS, HJS 


2570 




11070 


SAMPLE, MIS 


?t>6u 




11110 


BETHtL, MIS 


2700 




1 


KENAuLT, mis 


2?M 




10 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2600 




8440 


UMARA, MIS 


2900 




5390 


SPAB MYN, MIS 


2910 




• 


MCCLUSKY, MIS 


2925 




f 


ST, tOuIi. HIS 


5153 


1953 


550 


jAlEh, his 


3J64 


1959 


340 


ULLlN, MIS 


J755 




140 


FORT PAYNE, MIS 


«SCU 


197S 


TOO 



(CINTINUEO FROM PREVIOUS PAgE) 

32 8 



26060 1443,6 161848,6 2T05 34 



12 



4 








9 

















133 


1 


2 











11 


1 





11 








23 








133 


1 





214 


1 


4 


1 








108! 


4 


2 


60 








891 


4 


] 


1 








628 


1 





56 





) 


50 








292 


2 





37 


1 





25 


1 





10 


1 





27 


22 






1036 



PEN 











A 


1<L 






13 
7 
A 


AL 
AL 

»L 


Ji 






20 

A 

10 

IP 

10 


AL 

AL 
AL 
AL 
AL 




0,40 




20 


AL 




0,19 




26 

to 

20 

20 


ALF 

»LF 
ALF 
ALF 




0,24 




27 

8 


ALF 




0,19 




15 


ALF 






OL 


6 


AC 






LS 


10 


AC 




0.33 


OL 


B 

< 

16 

6 


AC 

AC 
AC 



705 



7682 



Ntw MAKMljNY S I'LL), WHITE, 5S, 14« 



kAlTERSSuRG, his 
TAh SPhtNGs, his 
LYPBtSS, MIS 
BETHEL, HIS 
AUX VASES, his 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 





1941 


90 


225U 


1941 


JO 


2350 




l" 


267U 


1951 


10 


2615 




20 


3U05 


1949 


10 


3U10 




20 



0,0 



113.3 



A 








1 




! 








35 


1 18 AP 


1 










1 16 AF 


1 










1 8 AF 


? 





u 




1 10 AF 


1 










I 7 AF 


1 










5 AF 



MIS 3207 



• Nt" HARhONY S UNO) ♦♦, WHITE, 5S, 14» 



uElOnIa, his i»!u 
PALESTINt, MIS 1955 
xALTtRSBuBU, hjs 21?u 



1946 



50 

20 
50 
50 



0,0 



446,4 



ft 





u 


1 






T 


MIS 


306S 


? 








35 


S 


8 


TF 






1 








24 


S 


10 


TF 






3 








37 


S 


30 


TF 







• NtW HAVt*' C ♦♦, *MlTE, ?S, 10-ljE 



UEgOnIA, his 

TAR SPRINGS, Mis 2105 

MAROlNSBuRG, "IS 2245 

CYPRESS, HIS 

AUX VASES, HIS 

UMARA, his 

SPAR MTN, MlS 

MCCLUSKY, MIS 



1941 


780 


56.5 


2641,1 


67 


3 





1789 1975 


10 






1 








2105 1941 


310 






25 








2245 


10 






1 





u 


2445 1449 


480 






24 


3 





2720 


liO 






11 








2799 1959 


140 






2 








2S26 I960 


« 






? 








2620 


• 






6 


1 










1 6 




36 


0.27 ! 


I 12 


AF 


36 




1 8 


»F 


39 




1 12 


AF 


37 




1 15 


AF 




1 


1? 


A 



35 



L 15 A 
OL 6 AC 



HIS 390U 



nEh HEBRON E ♦, CRAWFORD, 6", 12« 

AUX VASES, MIS 1555 1954 

•NtW MEMPHIS, CLINTON, IN, IS, 5* 

SILURIAN |98U 1952 



SO 0,0 0,3 4 35 S 4 his ISM 
ABU 1465 



790 34,1 »633.3 45 1 U 4J 41 



N TRN 2900 



NEW HEHPHIS n, ClINTuN, in, 5u 

ufv-SlL 2U50 1454 

nem hehphis s, Clinton, mashini,tun, is, sw 

SILURIAN 2000 1452 

•NEWTON, JASPER, 6N, 4t 

»TE, GtN, HIS 295U 1944 

NEwTON N, JASRtR, 7N, lot 
(COnTInuEU UN NEXT PAGE) 



90 19,9 119,4 7 U 7 40 L 15 ORO 2915 



20 0.0 0.7 t 
ABU 1952, REV 1956, ABU 1461 



50 1,0 111. I 6 
ABU 1462, RtV 1969 



41 



I 37 



L 25 



ORO 2914 



6 HC MIS 304U 



46 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



Aid I 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, NyMBfH Of wtLLS CHARACTER 

LOCATION PRODUCTION ....................... gF oil OtfPIST 

bV TOWNSHIP PAY 70Nt ARFA " RbLS CU»P- CO- .......... fn JONF TEST 

AND RANGE ....................... YEAR PRO. .----.--.-.-.... LtTtO MPL- AB. PRUO- 6UL» ..-.-..—---.. .......... 

(• SECONn«*r DtP. OF VFU DUN. TO TO ETEO ANU. uCI*. FUN «IND TH]. ST". UEP. 

RtCOVtRY TH DISC. IN 1*1. tN U OF E*0 OF IN UNfO END OF 6R , PtRL- OF L«s. OCT. {ONE '» 

SEE PART It) M»Mt A*0 AGt (FT) OVERy ACRES 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT ROCK t88 UHE (FT) 



NlnTON N, J»SPtR, 7N, JOE (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAUE) 



hCCLOSKY, HI* 2855 1945 ton 0,5 8,0 TOO I 37 L * MC his 2968 

ABO 1948, RtV I960, ABO 196*, RtV 1976 



NEwTON w, JASPER, 6-7*, 9E 







1947 


550 


g»AR HTN, 


HIS 


2912 19*2 


"i50 


HCCLOSkY, 


HI* 


3UO0 1947 


« 



3,? 315.0 35 10 his 3425 

IP L 5 

29 38 L 7 MC 

ABO 1947, RtV 1952, ABO 1953, »tv 19*1 



NOttLt w, CL»Y, in, 8t 



2 1 





1 






2 1 





36 


L 


8 


1 1 







L 


13 


1 1 







L 


5 



«"0 1,5 10,6 2 10 1 H 1S 3712 

HCCLOSKY, HIS 3035 1951 20 
SAtEM, MIS 3646 1979 10 

ULLlN, His 3695 1979 10 

ARU 1959 

NORRIS CITY h, WMttE,68, 8t 

ULLlN, His «iO» 1978 10 0,2 1,4 1 1 L IS M 1S 4460 

• OAKOAI.E, JEFFtRSON, 2S, 4E 

2,* 875,4 34 4 MIS 3783 

26 38 S 35 

9 37 L 5 

•OAKOAlE n, JEFFERSON, ?3, «t 

HCCLOSkY, HIS 2932 I960 170 3,7 684,0 13 6 37 Ol 5 HIS 3630 

OAKLEY, MALON, 16N, JE 







19S6 


450 


AUX VASES 


HIS 


2660 1958 


370 


HCCLOSKY, 


HIS 


2985 195* 


90 



63 








29 








n 


1 












S 


10 


HI 


55 










37 


s 


17 




7 












s 


X 


HL 



CEuAH vA L Lt», UEv 2285 195« 170 0,0 22.9 10 U Q I 37 L 5 Otv 2335 

ABO 1965, RtV 1974 

•OAK POINT, CLARK, JASPER, 8.9N, 14W 

1952 780 4,? 572.9 63 29 H Otv 269i 

ISABEL, PEN 560 1955 10 

AUX VASES, HIS 1185 1955 *80 

CARPER, HIS 2220 195? 90 

OAK POINT M, Clark, cuM8tRL»N0, 9n, HE, 14* 

AUX VASES, HIS 1190 1955 120 0,1 18,1 10 U 6 35 S 8 HIS (560 

OCONEE, SMtLbV, ION, IE 

l'MilE, OEv 2650 1975 70 1,7 22.4 4 3 S 6 Otv 3139 



•ODIN, MARION, 2N, l-2t 









1945 


350 


CVPRESS, 


HIS 


175U 


1945 


340 


SENOIST, 


HIS 


1912 


1963 


10 


MCCLOSKV 


HIS 


2085 


1957 


30 



3,3 l»T4,l 3" 25 A OEV 3597 



3" 








25 








A 


30 


n 







37 


S 


13 


AL 


1 










J7 


s 


3 




4 










37 


L 


12 


A 



DKAWvlLLE, WASHINGTON, IS, "* 

SILURIAN 2325 1951 50 0,0 63.3 9 40 L 3 R SIL 2603 

ARU 1969 

OKAWVILLE NC, WASHINGTON, IS, 4" 

UEv-SlL 2200 1955 220 4,9 178.2 17 1 1 40 L ORO 3070 

•old riplEy, Bono, 5n, a. 

65 Dtv 2221 

PENNSYLVAHIAN 60Q 1954 880 86 1 34 S 17 A 



1954 


890 


10.3 


553.6 


87 


1 





600 1954 


880 






86 


1 





941 l<64 


10 






1 









AUX VASES, His 941 I'M 10 10 3* 8 19 

OLD RIPLEY N, bono, Sn, aw 

HAROIN, OEv 1991 1962 20 0,0 3.0 10 35 SI OEV 2040 

ABO 1966 

•OL*tv C, RICHLAND, JASPER, 4.5N, 10 

1938 3940 33,8 8402,2 230 3 29 A HIS 4030 

(CONTINUED On N£XT PAGE) 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 47 



TABLE 8— continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

»NO RANGE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

SEt PART H) 



NA«t ANU AGt 



DEP. 

TH 
CPT) 



YEAR 
OP 

UTSC. 
OVERT 



AREA 
PRO» 
VEO 
JN 

ACRES 



PRODUCTION 
M RbLS 



UUH. 

1*6 

1979 



TO 

ENQ OP 
1979 



NUMBER OP HELLS 



COMp. CO- 

LETEO «PL» AB. PROO. 

TO ETEO ANp. UCINC 

END OP IN UNEO END OP CR, 

1979 1979 1979 YEAR 



CHARACTER 






OP OIL 


PAY ZONE 


DEEPEST 
TEST 


SUl- 
PUR 


KINU THJ« $TMa 


DEP. 


GR, PERI- 


0' CKN- UCT. 


IONE TH 


API ENT 


ROCK ESS UHE 


(FT) 



• OLNEY C, nICHlAnD, JASPER, 4«5N, 10 

AU« VASES, W IS 2916 I960 

UHARa, his joOS 1943 

SPAR HJN, MIS 3050 1946 

HCCLOSKY, MlS 3100 19JS 



90 
3870 



(continued froh previous page) 



6 





u 


n 








77 





i 


140 





1 



37 




S 


> 


37 


0,19 


L 


b 


37 


0,19 


L 


5 


37 


0,19 


L 


b 



•OLNtY S, HICHLAND, JN, lOE 







19J7 


1020 


UHARA, HIS 


3142 


1462 


1020 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3100 




• 


HCCLOSKY, HIS 


3115 




• 



4,9 1085. 8 



bl 


t 


u 


17 








n 


1 












L 


4 




38 










38 


L 


4 


MC 


3 b 


1 







37 


L 


3 


HC 



OEV 



4910 



•OHAHA «, UALlATJN, 7.8S, BE 







1940 


1760 


JAKE CHEEK, PEN 


38S 




350 


PEnnsylvanian 


580 




* 


BlEHu, PE* 


1335 


1948 


* 


PALESTINE, his 


1700 


1940 


410 


TAR SPRINGS, HJS 


1900 




170 


HAHDINSBuRG, M IS 


2179 


l9ol 


80 


CYPRESS, HIS 


2402 


1959 


150 


PAINT CREEK, his 


2450 


1961 


40 


BETHEL, HIS 


?S7Q 


1955 


« 


AUX VASES, HIS 


?730 


1955 


890 


QHARA, HIS 


?734 


1958 


ISO 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


2722 


1958 


* 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


?BOU 


1961 


* 



93,1 6262,4 



161 


1 


2 


85 






U 


15 








26 




I 20 





5 








19 




1 10 





6 


1 





22 




1 10 


LI 


il 








26 


0,24 ! 


1 15 


D 


4 








27 




1 15 





6 








29 




1 18 


D 


12 








IS 




) 12 





1 








37 




> 10 




3 












1 14 


a 


67 





2 


40 




1 20 


D 


18 


n 





39 




14 


B 


5 












1 8 





6 












« 


D 



5)20 



OHAHA E, GALkATlN, 8S, 8E 







194b 


130 


CYPRESS, his 


2530 


1957 


30 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2790 




10 


OHARA, his 


2B55 


1946 


90 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


2942 


I960 


M 


HCCLOSKY, MIS 


2864 


1958 


■ 



0.0 



M.2 



11 








1 






M 


3 








«1 


S 


6 


M 


1 








3B 


s 


X 


M 


3 








37 


L 


8 


MCP 


1 










L 


9 


MCF 


3 








38 


L 


10 


MCP 



HIS 3007 



•OMAHA S, UALLAT1N, SALINE, BS, 7.8F 



CYPRtSS, his 
AUX VASES, HIS 
SPAR HTN, MIS 



•UMAHi k, SALINE, GALLATIN, 7-6S, 7 



CYPRESS, his 
SAMPLE, MIS 
AUX VASES, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, MlS 





1951 


140 0,p 


94,3 


9 





1 


I 








N 


2535 


1953 


90 




5 





1 




36 


S 


15 


NL 


2870 


1955 


40 




3 










36 


S 


11 


N 


?8bS 


1951 


10 
APU 1465, HEV 


1969 


1 










37 


L 


1 


NC 


• BE 


1950 


160 6,4 


433.1 


14 








12 












A 


2600 


1950 


70 




6 










38 


S 


14 


AL 


2600 


1967 


80 




6 










36 


S 


12 




2600 


1950 


20 




? 










37 


s 


JO 


AL 


2910 




10 




1 










38 


L 


8 


AC 



HIS 3035 



HIS 3U25 



OHtGA, haRIOn, 3N, 4E 







1946 


ao 


BEnOIST, his 


2280 


1963 


10 


HCCLOSKY, MIS 


2490 


1946 


70 


SAlFM, his 


2742 


1979 


10 



OPOYKE, JEFFERSON, 3S, 4E 



•OhChArDvIlLE, wAYnE, IN, 5E 



1.1 



26.5 



7 


1 


1 


1 








1 










38 


8 


3 


5 

1 




1 


1 






36 


L 
L 


10 
4 



ABO 1949, REV 1963, ABO 1968, REV 1977 





1961 


SO 


OHARA, HIS 


3016 1962 


50 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3074 1961 


* 



0,8 



8.0 



ABO 1967, REV 1979 



I 



1 



L 
OL 



6 
20 





1950 


220 


22,4 


411.5 


19 


2 





11 








A 


SAMPLE, MlS 


2655 14S8 


10 






1 










3b 


S 




A 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2B00 1951 


200 






14 


1 







36 


S 


16 


AL 


UHARA, HIS 


2660 


70 






3 


1 







37 


L 


3 


AC 


HCCLOSKY, HIS 


2905 1950 


• 






5 


1 









L 


5 


AC 



HIS 3160 



HIS 3175 



HIS 4000 



QRCHARUVRLE N, wayne, In, 3E 





1456 


20 


PAINT CREEK, HIS 


265S 1956 


10 


AUX VASES, HIS 


2780 1971 


10 



0,1 



24,7 



ABO 1964, REV 19T1 



2 
1 
1 



OEV 



4684 



48 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \m l 8 continued 



»QOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

av TOWNSHIP 

»no »»n&e 
(• secondary 

■>tCUVt»T 
set PANT II) 



PAY ZU*t 



..... TEAR 

ntP« Of 



AREA 

PRO- • -.- 
VCD UUH 



PRODUCTION 

M HBLi 



NAME ANO AGt 



TH UTSC- IN IU(, 
(FT) UVtRY ACRtS 1979 



NuMtffR Qf WILIS CHARACTER 
....................... of OIL DEEPEST 

COHp. CO- ..... — PAY ZONE TtST 

....... LETEO HPL. AB. PROO. JUL- .--------.---- ..... 

TO TO ETEO ANO. uClNb PUR KIND tmj. SIR. oEp. 
END OP ENO OF J N OMEH EnD OF i»R, PERL* uF CKN. UCT. ZONE TH 
1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT ROCK ESS UKE (FT) 



•ORIENT, FRANKLIN, TS, 2E 

AUX VASES, HJS 2660 1961 «0 3,7 196. • 



« 



a 3e 



24 



HIS 2090 



ORIENT N, FRANKLIN, 7S, 2E 
ALU VASES 

•OSKALOOSA, CLAY, J.4N, 5E 



2680 1967 10 0,0 0,3 
ABU 1972 



19*0 090 3,S 2623.9 

BEnOIST, MIS 259* 1950 450 

AUX VASES, HIS 2603 1958 ISO 

MCCLOSKY, Mis 2755 1957 280 



1 



'8 



44 








9 








A 


«n 





u 




37 


S 


15 


A 


11 










37 


s 


X 


A 


I* 










3b 


L 


g 


A 



HIS 3U«9 



OEV 4510 



•OSKALOOSA E, CLAY, jm, S«6E 

1947 30 0,0 35.2 

AUX VASES, HIS 2820 1947 20 7,0 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 2895 1951 10 28.0 

ABU 1954 

OSKALOOSA S, CLAY, 3N, 5b 

STE GENEVIEVE, hjs 2770 1951 130 0,4 89.9 



2 

















A 


1 










37 


S 


5 


AL 


1 





u 




33 


L 


4 


AC 



11 



L 4 AC 



HIS 3397 



OHO 5848 



•pana, christian, i i»i£m, ie 

benoist, his 1470 1951 140 20,3 h2.8 



12 T u 



10 37 



s e 



OEV 2847 



PANA CEN, CHRISTIAN, UN, jE 

BENOIST, his 1*28 1978 50 5,9 6,8 



4 1 U 



HIS 1661 



PANA S, CHRISTIAN, UN, l£ 
DEVONIAN 



2881 1974 130 0,0 0,1 



6 U 



L 5 



OEV 2929 



PANAMA ♦, BONO, MONTGOMERY, 7N, 3»4W 



194fi 6(1 n,3 23,2 6 

GOLCJNtiA, MIS 70S 40 4 

BENOIST, MIS 865 30 3 



31 

?8 



L 12 A 
S 12 A 



ORD 2950 



195* 
2250 195* 
2511 1961 



PANKEYvULt, SALINE, 9S, 6E 



CYPRESS, hjs 
AUX VASES, HIS 



PANKEYvlLLE E, SALINE, 9s, TE 



CYPRESS, his 
PAINT CREEK, HIS 



•PaRKERSbUNG C, HlCHLANO, EDnAHOS, 1*3n, 10'llE, 14W 



30 0,0 6,1 2 u 

20 b.l 2 

10 1 u 

ABU 1957, HEv 1961, ABO 1961 



195* 


10 


225u 195* 


10 


2360 195* 


10 




ABU 195T 



0,0 



o.o 



pEnnsylvanian 
wAlTERSBuRG, hjs 
TAN SPRINGS, his 
CYPRESS, Hjs 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, H{S 
OHARA, HIS 
SPAR HTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, HIS 
SALEM, HIS 
ULLlN, his 



194) 



5360 



?10U 


I9e7 


1000 


2430 


1950 


150 


2440 


1967 


10 


2830 


1942 


2U0 


2930 


1942 


310 


3070 




20 


3100 




47/0 


3130 


1945 


* 


3175 


1941 


■ 


3796 


1978 


40 


39*6 


1978 


10 



18.7 11138. U 



331 



37 
38 



70 



1 












1 







37 


S 


t 







36 


S 



13 



1 








36 




S 


IB 


J? 








39 




s 


10 A 


1 








3b 




3 


? A 


12 


1 





36 




S 


12 A 


21 


1 





35 




3 


12 A 


2 








37 




S 


20 A 


7 












L 


10 A 


57 





2 


36 


0,34 


L 


JO A 


20* 


1 


1 


36 


0.31 


OL 


10 A 


4 


3 









L 


4 


1 












L 


4 



HIS 2742 



HIS 



2604 



OEV 5128 



PAHKERSBuRG S, EDWARDS, IN, 14, 







1948 


100 


PENNSYLVANIAN 


1400 


1950 


70 


CYPRESS 


2750 


195« 


10 


BETHEL, MIS 


2815 


1948 


20 



2.« 



104,0 



9 








3 








* 










35 


S 


10 


1 










36 


S 


X 


3 










35 


S 


5 



HIS 3893 



PARKERSBuRG H, RICHLANO, EOWARuS, 2", 10E 

1943 

(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE) 



0,0 237,0 19 



MIS 



3780 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



49 



TABLE H-continued 



POOL, CUUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND RANGE 

(• SECONDARY 
RtCOVtRY 

set part in 



PAY lout 



OEP. 
TH 



YEAR 

of 

wise. 



AREA 

PRO. 
VEO 

IN 



NUMBER OF WtLlS CMARAeTEP. 
PRODUCTION ....................... of OR 

M BBLS COHP. CO* .......... 

........ LETEO MPL- AB. PROD. 

TO TO ETEO AND. UCING 
END OP END OP IN QNEO END OF SR, 



DUR« 
INC 



FUR 
PtRC. 



p»y iom 



DEEPEST 
TEST 



KINO TMI. ST». 
OF CKN. UCT. JONE 



OEP. 
Tm 



NAH£ »N U AGt (FT) OVERT ACRES |979 1979 t 9T9 1979 J979 TEAR API ENT ROCK ESS UHE (FT) 



PARKtRSBuRG Ni RICMLANO, EDWARDS, 2N, lOE 



ohara, «is' 

hCCLOSkY, His 



PARNtLL. ntWJTT, 2lN, «E 



3<!?0 1943 
3260 1943 



3*0 2 

• POO 

ABO 1962, REV 64, ABO 69, REV T6.AB0 78 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAbE) 
38 





196] 


(10 


SONOMA, MIS 


o7i 1963 


590 


DEVONIAN 


1100 I960 


eo 



8,0 



210.9 



J9 








38 








26 










32 


S 


12 


3 










37 


S 


12 



AC 
AC 



1971 



•PASSPORT, Cl»t, 4.5n, «E 







1945 


990 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2924 


196« 


20 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


3005 


1945 


970 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3020 




* 



10,4 3410,5 



65 








16 








A 


5 










36 


S 


6 




2 










38 


L 


3 


u 


39 










37 


L 


10 


A 



MIS 



3831 



PASSPORT N, NlCHLANO, 5N, 9E 

AUX VASES, MIS 



2940 1959 



60 



1.6 



TJ.8 



2 36 



10 



MIS 3564 



•PaSSPUR! 5, RICMLANO, CL»Y, 4N, 8.9t 



TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
CVPRtSS, MIS 
AUX VASES, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, Mis 





1948 


130 


2366 


1962 


10 


2665 


1948 


80 


2957 


196" 


10 


3025 


1948 


40 


3030 




* 



0.0 



171.9 



I 





1 




A 


1 





37 


1 9 




7 





38 1 


1 15 


AL 


1 





36 


> 8 


A 


1 







6 


AC 


2 





38 t 


8 


AC 



MIS 3692 



PASSt-OKT w, CLAY, «N, 6F 

STE, GEN, Ml6 3U30 1954 

• paToka, maRIOn, CLINTON, 3-4N, u, in 



CYPRESS, mis 
8FN0IST, Mis 
AUX VASES, "15 

SPAR MTN, MIS 

GEnEvA, DEv 
TRENTON, ORO 





1937 


1560 


1280 




50 


1410 


19J7 


1000 


1459 


1970 


40 


1550 




510 


2835 


1943 


30 


3950 


1956 


630 



150 0,0 69,4 11 
ABO 1967, RtV 19T1.A8U 1974 



25,0 14723.8 



37 



242 








105 













8 










39 




S 


10 





180 










37 


0,16 


s 


27 


u 


3 














s 


13 




15 










39 


0.31 


s 


9 


U 


3 










40 


0,26 





10 


u 


34 










42 




L 


23 


U 



3 AC MIS 3570 



4056 



•PaTuka t, MARION, 4N, It 







1941 


570 


CVPRfcSS, mis 


1340 


1941 


570 


BEN01ST, Mis 


1465 




50 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


1635 


1953 


40 


GENEVA, DEv 


2950 


1952 


20 



46,3 3776.2 



63 





1 


35 










V 


53 





1 




36 


0,18 


S 


16 





5 










36 


0,23 


S 


10 





3 










34 




L 


8 


U 


2 





u 




35 







30 


R 



ORO 



417S 



•PATUKA S, MARION, 3N, IE 







1953 


1060 


CVPRtSS, MIS 


135U 


1953 


Ajn 


BEnOIST, mis 


1461 


1959 


230 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


1624 


1959 


SO 


DEVONIAN 


2976 


1979 


40 


TRtNTON, ORD 


3990 


1973 


200 



38,4 2501,7 



88 


2 





66 






63 










36 


> 10 


20 










37 


> 13 


2 

1 




1 










1 5 

10 


6 


2 







43 1 


18 



4041 



PATOKA W, FAYETTfc, 4N, IN 

BENOIST, MIS 



1380 1950 200 0,0 303,6 
ABO 1963 



•PMILLIPSTOWN C, t-MlTE, EDWARDS, 3.58, 10. Ut, Ilk 



(CONTINUED 



ANVIL ROCK, PEN 
CLARK. BROGPT, PEN 

PENNSYLVANIA!. 

BIEHL, PEN 
KINKAIO, MIS 
OEgOnIa, mis 
CLORt, Mis 
P»LESTINE, mis 
«ALT£RS8uRG, his 
TAR SPRINGS, mis 
CVPRtSS, mis 
PAINT CRtEK, MIS 
BETMtL, MIS 
ON N£XT PAGE) 



1939 
1943 



BUCHANAN, PEN 



795 

1350 
1430 

1673 
1934 
1975 
2010 
2050 
2280 1943 
2295 1943 
2720 |943 
2780 1944 
2810 1943 



7320 
1840 



1961 

1943 
1942 
1942 



10 

810 

I/O 

140 

260 

14|0 

620 

1380 

f 



610,7 31130.4 



1530 



20 



32 



684 


21 


10 


337 






A 


1 








36 




» 10 


AF 


14 








36 




1 10 


AF 


17 


3 


i 


36 




1 10 


AF 


f 








26 







66 








33 


0.22 


1 13 


AF 


1 












> 17 


AF 


66 


1 


J 


38 




1 15 


AF 


16 








34 




1 12 


AF 


»• 








32 




11 


AF 


23 





4 


34 




1 11 


AF 


114 


2 


3 


35 




1 IS 


AF 


S3 


4 


1 


36 




11 


AF 


7 








37 




9 


AF 


113 








36 




IS 


AF 



MIS 1735 



DEV 3350 



30 



50 



ILLINOIS STATL GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \HII ; 8 continual 



»UOl, COUNTY, NUMtfCH 0' "fill CMARACTEH 

LOCATION PRODUCT!^ ....................... OF OIL DEEPEST 

ov TOWNSHIP FAY ZONE ««f« M DHLS COMP. CO* .......... PAY ZONE TEST 

AND RANI.E ....................... rEAP PRO- --•--.---..-- — LETEO MPL» AB. PROD. »UL» •---•----•---« ..-..----. 

(• SECONDARY ntP. OP vFO u"N- TO TO FTED anu- oCING FUR KINu TH1« SIR- UEP> 

RtCOVtRY I" DISC. IN INI. t"0 OF END OF IN 0*10 END OF SR, Pt«C- 0' L«N. UCT. ZONE Th 

»Et PAhT III NAMt ano ACE (FT) OVERT ACRtS 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 TEAR API ENT RqCa ESS URE (FT) 



•PHILLIRSTOWn I, WHITE, EOwAHOs, J.5S, lu-llt, mw 



AlU VASES. M 1S 
0HARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
mCCLUSkv, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, MIS 



2680 19)9 

!U10 19(1) 
I960 

3000 19)9 
3120 1976 
3798 197* 



1220 
2210 



20 
10 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) 



94 


7 


1 


37 




S 


19 


AF 


S? 


! 





36 




L 


10 


ACF 


an 


3 


1 


36 


0.?l 


LS 


10 


ACF 


7B 


3 





34 


0,21 


L 


t 


ACF 


I 


1 


u 






L 


to 




I 












L 


I 





PINKSTAPF, LAURENCE, AN, 11" 

MCCLOSKV, MIS 173b 1951 

PINK6TAFF E, LAWHEnCE, 4N, 11" 

STL (>EN, MJS U«l) 1955 

PITTSBURG N ♦, WILLIAMSON, BS, 3E 



*BTHtL,^IS 
All! VASES, MIS 



1964 
2459 197? 
2578 1964 



(0 0,0 0.1 1 
AMU 1951 



1)0 2,6 X 
ABO |9bl,REV 1975 



40 
10 

)0 



«.l 



74,9 



4 
1 
3 



U 37 



7 35 



L a MJS 2*90 



L 6 mis 2250 



S B 
S P 



MIS 3070 



PULtV, CLAT, 4N, 8E 

LTPRESS, Mis 26SU 1959 

PLAINVIEM ♦, MACOUPIN, 9N, Bw 

PCnNSVLVANIAN 410 1942 

PLAINVlEw S, MACOUPIN, SN, 8m 

PEnN$vlvaNIAn 444 1959 

POSEN, WASHINGTON, 3S, ?« 

TRENTON, ORO 3900 1958 



20 0,(1 0.0 2 o 35 S 9 MJS 3l2l 
APO I960 



in 0,0 2.0 10 34 S 5 PEN 56) 



10 0,0 
APO 19b2 



10 34 SB PEN 642 



50 2,0 117,6 4 1 37 L 25 A 0*0 3934 



POSEN N, WASHINGTON, 3S, 2w 
TRENTON, OHO 

POSEn s, WASHINGTON, 3S, ?m 



OCVONIAN 



PRENTICE ♦, MOkGan, 16N, 8w 

PCnnsylvanian 



4015 1953 



10 0.0 3.9 10 37 L 15 AC OHO 4112 
APO 1959 





dENOlST, 


mis 


1255 


1955 


50 0,0 
ABO 1959 


POSEY 


CLINTUN, IN, £W 


MIS 


1105 
26T5 


1941 
1941 
1959 






CYPRESS, 

DEVONIAN 


330 9.6 

320 
10 


POSEY 


E, CLINTON, IN, 21 




2740 


1952 






DEv«SlL 


470 13,4 


POSEY 


Hi CLtNTQN, in, )W 











4 34 



9.6 323,1 



30 

29 

I 



26 



S 7 



36 0,16 S 
38 L 



MIS 1)00 



M SIL 2798 
3 M 
3 M 



470 13,4 669.1 27 23 38 LB OEV 2805 

25B5 1954 20 0.6 2.3 2 1 37 L 15 SIL 2670 
ABU 1934, REV 1977 

270 1953 )0 0,0 0,0 3 30 S 10 OHO 1513 



PYRAMID, WASHINGTON, 2S, iw 
DEVONIAN 



3109 1962 



100 0,0 44,1 6 1 36 



OEV 3255 



•RACLOUN LAKb, MARION, IN, lb 



CYPRESS, MIS 
BEnOIST, "IS 
QHARA, MJS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 
(CONTlNoEO ON NEXT PAGE) 



1949 


380 


6,7 3432.1 


47 








1625 1949 


240 




18 








1715 1957 


20 




2 








1685 1949 


190 




1 








1930 1949 


# 




11 





D 


1950 1949 


4 




13 









13 



34 
37 



36 
36 



D SIL 3530 

S 10 U 

• 15 OL 
L 5 DC 
S 1? DC 
L 10 DC 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



JLUNOIS GEOLOGICAL 
SURVEY l IDRA <Y 



51 



TABLE 8-continued 



pool, COUNTy, 

location 

by tuwnsnip 

and range 

(• secondary 
recuvery 

SEt PANT H) 



pay zone 



PRODUCTION 
H SBLS 



PAY ZONE 



OEEPEST 
TEST 



NAME AN|) AGE 



NUMBER OP HELLS CHARACTER 
....................... OP OIL 

AREA H SBLS COMP. CO- .......... 

..... YEAR PRO- —..-—.—.— LETEO "PL- A»- PROO. SOL- —.—...—». .......... 

DtP. OF VEO OUR- TO TO ETEO AND- uCJM. PUR KIND THi- STR- DEP- 
TH DISC- IN ING ENQ OP END OP IN ON(0 END OP CR, PERC- OP CKN- UCT- JOnE Th 
(FT) OVERT ACRES 1979 1979 1979 1979 1*7* YEAR API ENT RuCK ESS UHE (FT) 



•RaCLOON Lake, Marion, in, It 
DEv-SlL 



5150 1951 



270 



(CONTINUED PROM PREVIOUS PACE) 

H o o «o o 



10 R 



•RALtIGH, salInE, 7. aS, »f 



TAR SPRINGS, MIS 
CYPRESS, "IS 
PAINT CREEK, MIS 
All* VISES, MIS 
OhaRa, mis 
SPAR MJN, MlS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1933 


*m 


4,3 2256,0 


55 








XV) 1954 


20 




2 








?55U 19&3 


«sn 




J4 








2738 19JS 


I" 




1 








2905 1453 


100 




11 








3054 1954 


51 




1 








3U25 1957 


f 




2 








3045 1974 


• 




1 









35 
3« 

34 
3S 

58 



S 20 

S 12 

S 5 

S 9 

L 3 

LS 10 

OL 4 



OEV 5511 



•RALtIGH s ♦, SAlInE, SS, 5-eE 



KALTtRSBuRG, mis 
BETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, MIS 

MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1955 


400 


14,2 


1427,7 


35 


I 





12 




2046 1959 


60 






a 





u 




39 


2739 1958 


10 






1 










37 


2660 1955 


320 






32 


1 







40 


29*0 1974 


10 






1 













S 10 

s • 

S IS 

OL 13 



MIS 3455 



RAYmdnu, Montgomery, ion, 4-5* 

pottsville, pen 

•RAYMOND F, MONTGOMERY, ION, 4« 
PENNSYLVAN1AN 

RAYMUNO S, MuNlGUMtRV, ION, ItW 
UNNAMED, PEN 

•RtStRvDlR, JEFPERSON, IS, 3L 



S9Q 1940 60 0,5 31,6 10 Q J 35 0,22 S 10 ML OEV 2049 



595 1951 60 0,7 32.5 5 2 3« S 10 MIS 100S 



603 1459 10 0,0 
ABO 1959 







1950 


310 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


244J 


145« 


320 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


2700 


1*50 


I 


SAlEm, mis 


3034 


1901 


10 



0.0 



3,0 600.7 



U 34 



PEN 680 



20 





1 


7 








MC 


MIS 


Jill 


2 





D 






S 


T 


M 






18 





1 




37 


L 


6 


MC 






1 










39 


L 


12 


H 







•RICmVIFr, WASHINGTON, ?S, In 
CYPRtSS, MIS 

kiuGhay, gallmin, as, se 

PALESTINE, «I8 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 

RIFFLE, CLAY, SN, „E 

SPAR MTN, MIS 

RINARO, WAYNE, 2N, 7E 

MCCLUSKY, MIS 

RINARD N, KAYNt, 2N, 7E 



150U 19*6 760 37,9 29«1.7 84 I 61 39 8 12 *L mis 329i 



1946 2D 0,0 0.1 COD 

1730 1955 ID I 

2S4U 194* 10 U.l 10 

ABu 19«6, REV 1959, ABD 1*56 



2/35 1948 SO 0,0 8U.9 5 
ABD I9el 



3145 14J7 10 0,0 
ABO 1942 







1952 


300 


OHARA, MIS 


3132 


1977 


290 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


3135 




1 


MCCLUSKV, MIS 


3140 


1952 


« 


SAlEm, mis 


3561 


1976 


10 



7.0 



1,7 1*9.3 



23 1 2 

1 

1 o u 

20 2 

2 1 U 



30 
38 



36 



MC Mis 2938 

8 18 ML 

L 6 MC 



L 7 MC MIS 2646 



L 3 AC MIS 3280 



i MIS 3930 
L 6 
L 6 MC 
L 5 MC 
L 25 



RINARO S, NAYNE, IN, *E 

SPAR MTN, MIS 

RITTER, KILHlAND, IN, |0-1|E 
STE, GEN, MIS 

• RITTER N, RICMLANu, 3n, HE 

(CONTINUED ON NEIT PAGE) 



32*6 19*5 10 0,0 0,8 10 39 L 4 MIS 3147 

ABO 146* 



3213 1450 110 0,5 264,4 b 1 38 L 3 MIS 3925 

ABD l9»0,*ev 1961 



I'll ISO 0,0 161.3 11 



MIS 3288 



52 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ami E 8 continued 



pool, County, 
locution 

uv TUWnShIP 

AND RANUf 

(• SECONDARY 
RECOVERY 
SEE P«KT ID 



Pay lu«t 



NA M t ANu AGt 



..... rf.H 

OEP. Of 

TM UIJC- 

(FT) OVERT 



AREA 
PRO- 
VEO 
IN 

»C»tS 



PHOOULTION 
m BbL6 



uUR. 

INU 

|979 



NUMBER OP WtLLS CHARACTER 

....................... OP OIL DEEPEST 

CUMP. CO» .......... PAT ZONE TtST 

-. . LfTEO MPL- AS- P»on. Jul. .--..-.--..--. .......... 

TO 10 ETEO ANO- uCINii PUN «INU TMJ. ST*. UEP. 

tNj OP tNO OP IN QNtn ENO OP b>, Pt»C- OP CKN. UCTa ZONE T " 

1 9T9 1979 1979 (979 YEAR API ENT ROCK tS* UkE fPT) 



• RDTEN N, RJCHLANO, In, HE 

OHARA, "IS 
SPAR "TN, MIS 
MCCLOSK*, MIS 



RIvENTon S, SANGANJN, ifN, 4W 
SILURIAN 



3203 I960 
3215 1 "S? 
3205 1951 



1S90 1965 



ISO 



ABU 19»T 



fCONTlNOto FROM PREVIOUS PAuE) 



I 
S 
3 



1.0 



92.4 



39 



38 



sa 1*70 



moaches, jeffehSun, *s, ie 







1918 


260 


BEnOIST, "IS 


2000 




10 


UHARA, MJS 


2170 


19*2 


250 


»PaR win, Mis 


2190 


19JS 


• 


MCCLOSHY, MlS 


2230 


i»ja 


1 



7.6 



627.8 



IT 


4 


1 


4 








A 


3 








sa 




S 


> 


AL 


4 


1 





37 


0.22 


L 


5 


AC 


11 


3 





37 


0,2* 


I 


12 


AC 


6 





I 


37 


0.22 


L 


4 


AC 



384Q 



•*U»C"tS N, JEFFERSON, 26, tt 









1944 


420 


BENOIST, 


"IS 


1925 


1944 


420 


SPAR min 


MIS 


2115 


1944 


60 


TRENTON 




4852 


1962 


10 



3,4 1129.4 



33 








2 








3? 










37 


S 


7 


4 










34 


L 


6 


1 










42 


L 


44 



AC 



4996 



KOBY, SANSAMUN, 15,, 3 W 

SILURIAN 17T5 1949 

rtOBY E, CHRISTIAN, SANbAMON, 1SN,2-Jn 

1970 
OEyONlAN 1737 1971 

SILURIAN 1S4 U J97Q 



170 8.6 397.3 
ABU 1951, REV 1954 



1400 122,9 1309.5 

20 
1310 



2* 1 



91 1 1 

2 
90 1 1 



14 38 L 5 mii Sii 1905 



37 



S 2 

L 20 



SIL 1V23 



KOBV N, SANGAMON, 16N, 3* 

SILURIAN 1699 1962 

ROBV w, SANGAMON, 15N, j „ 

tilBBARu, 0£V 1655 1957 

•ROCHESTER ♦♦, WABASH, 2S, li* 



60 0,0 19.0 5 1 
ABU 1964, REV Tl.AiO 73,RtV 79 



40 0,1 6.3 
ARO 1963, HEV 1967 







194B 


390 


PEnnsylvanjan 


1300 


1948 


230 


wATERSBURG, MIS 


1940 


1446 


220 


SAlEM.MIs 


3210 


1477 


20 



2,6 2537.4 



53 o 

23 

29 

2 



1 38 



21 



32 



L 4 TUN 2300 



3 J7 S3 mij TUN 2254 



M MJS 3450 
S |6 MCF 
S 20 ML 
L 30 



•ROLANO C ♦, WHITE, GALLATIN, 5.7S, 6«9E 



PEnnsy 

OEbONI 

CLURt, 

PALEST 

WALTER 

1»R SP 

hamOIN 

GOLCUN 

CVPRES 

PAJNT 

BETHEL 

AUX VA 

OHARA, 

SPAR M 

MCCLOS 

ST, LO 

S*LEM, 

ULLIN 



LVANJAN 
A, "IS 

MJS 
INE, HJS 



riNE, hjs 
)SBoRG, HIS 

'WINGS, M IS 

JSBuRft, His 
1UA, MIS 

IS, MJS 

CREEK, MIS 

, MIS 

SE$, his 

HIS 
ITN, MIS 
IKY, MIS 
lOlS, Hjs 

HIS 



1939 

1410 1954 
2065 

1993 1947 

2085 1946 
2200 

2300 1940 

2550 1940 

2505 1953 

2700 1943 

2600 1945 
2600 

2680 1943 

3020 1943 

3050 1943 

3070 l»39 



4089 1«66 

4050 1467 



11190 

10 

40 

90 

40 

1670 

TJO 

1910 

10 

2490 

2310 

• 

4360 

23J0 



50 

60 

110 



371,7 58430.5 



466 


5 


2 


34* 






6 








36 


S 


10 * 


4 








35 


8 


7 A 


6 










S 


4 


4 










S 


2 A 


121 





1 


31 0,25 


3 


13 AL 


50 


1 







S 


13 AL 


153 








37 0,30 


S 


20 AL 


1 










s 


5 A 


160 


1 





36 0,12 


s 


13 AL 


40 


1 







s 


1? al 


68 


1 


1 


37 0,2o 


s 


12 »L 


271 








39 0,12 


8 


13 AL 


31 


2 







OL 


6 AC 


33 


2 







L 


6 AC 


111 


3 





38 0.20 


I 


6 AC 


3 










L 


« AC 


6 


3 







L 


14 


3 


1 







L 


4 



OEV 



5*66 



ROLANO w, SALINE, 7S, 7E 

AUX VASES, MJS 2935 1450 

ROSE HILL, JASPER, 8n, 9 t 

MCCL03KT, MIS 2645 1966 



10 0,0 
ABO 1959 



10 0,0 
ABU 1976 



22.3 



7.3 



40 



39 



15 ML MJS 3161 



10 



HJS 3052 



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53 



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POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BT TUWNSMIP 

iNn ram,E 

(• SECONDARY 

RtCOVtBY 

SEt PAKT U) 



PAY ZuNt 



NAME »»u ASt 



..... rEA» 

ntP. of 

TH UISC. 

CPTj uvery 



AHEA 
PRU. 
VEU 
IN 

ACRES 



NUMBER OP JtLtS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ..—.............. — .. OP OIL 

M PBLS COMP. CO* .......... 

............... LETEO mpl- AS. PROD. SUl> 

TO TO ETEu AND. uCING PUR 

ENO OP ENU OP IN ONER END OF 0», PtRC- 

1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API eNT 



PAT ZONE 



OEEPEST 
7E8T 



UUN- 
INS 

1979 



KJNU TMI- STP- UEP. 

OP Ckn. UCT. ZONE Tm 
POCK ESS URE (FT) 



•*UAHK, L»"PENCE, 2N, 12.13* 



PENNJVtYANJAN 

BETHtL, MIS 
AIM VASES, mis 
OHAPA, "IS 



1941 
1600 ;941 
20TS 
?l«b 
2275 1959 



ISO 

JBO 

9(1 

JO 

10 



5,3 2630. 6 



54 








19 








A 


42 










33 


S 


10 


AL 


1 










36 


S 


11 


AL 


3 










37 


s 


7 


AL 


1 










37 


L 


3 


AC 



MIS 2*42 



•RUAKK w C, lAnREncE, 2N, i3h 



nAl7EPSB0R(i. MIS 
CYPRESS, MIS 
aETMEL, MIS 
UMARA, MIS 
SPAR mtn, mis 

mccluskv, mis 





1947 


740 


1780 


1947 


50 


21*5 


1952 


10 


2220 


194S 


580 


2350 


1952 


300 


2J9Q 




« 


2400 


1950 


P 



17,3 1523.1 



08 


1 





30 






H 


7 








38 


S 


10 


ML 


1 








35 


S 


9 


ML 


49 








3b 


s 


20 


ML 


4 










L 


S 


MC 


2 










L 


3 


MC 


19 


1 





38 


L 


3 


MC 



MIS 3112 





1949 


140 


2930 


195* 


tin 


3330 


1977 


20 


3325 


1949 


t 


364Q 


1977 


in 


3860 


1978 


20 


4220 


1977 


20 



•RURAL mill N. mamjlTOn, 5», 5E 



CYPRESS, mis 
UHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, Mis 
ST LUUIS, MIS 
SALEM, mjs 
ULLINi M IS 



KUSMvIlLE, SCHU7LEH, 2n, Ih 

uEV.SIL 743 |968 

NUSHvti.Lt NW, sCMMYLER, 2N, £w 

SILURIAN 669 I960 

«U39tLL"ILLe CaS ♦, LAmRENCE, 4>5N, 10.11- 



MCCLOSKV, MIS 



1560 19J7 



NUSStLLVILLE W, lAwRENLE, 4N, 1 1 * 

SPAR MTN, MIS 1585 

• ST. fnanCISvIlLE, LawnEnCEi 2n, u> 

BETHEL, MIS 1645 

• ST. FkancisvIlLE E, LahrEnCe, 2N, 11* 



PEnnsvlvanian t£6u 

wALTERSDuRb, mis 1300 

HARDINsUURS, MJS 1460 

CYPRESS, Mi$ lb 05 

BETHEL, Mis 1730 

SPAR MTN, MIS 1622 



1953 



1900 



8,7 



2*2. J 



11 
8 

1 
1 
1 
I 
2 



ABU 19S0,REV 1956, ABu 1969, PEv 19T6 



10 0,0 0,0 
ABU 1969 



1 



30 0,0 
ABD 1976 



0.5 



•0 0,2 12,8 
ABU 1956, REV 1977 



10 o.n 

APU 1957 



2.0 



35 

37 



37 



36 



2 35 



U 37 



1941 


450 


1954 


60 




10 


1950 


40 




60 


1941 


320 


1963 


10 



M MJS 4434 

S 10 ML 
L 6 
L 8 MC 
L 7 

L 3J 
L 7 



L 22 TRN 975 



L 3 AC TRN 1036 



L 7 AC OEV 3133 



L 22 MIS 16«6 



950 X * 6» 32 32 S 6 ML MIS 2465 

SEE L»WR£NCE COUNTY 0IVI5I0N FOR PROUUCUON 



n,3 726.0 J9 17 A mis I960 

6 30 S 6 AL 

1 u 37 S 6 AL 

3 35 S 6 AL 

3 3k t 15 AL 

23 U »0 0,21 S 20 A 

1 3b L 9 



•ST, JACUB, MAOTSON, 3N, 6h 
TRENTON, ORO 



2260 1942 



105" 



24,9 4175,5 



28 40 0.23 L 17 A PC 5019 



ST, JACOu t, maOISON, jn, s" 



HAROIN, DEv 1840 
TRENTON, ORO 2538 



•ST. JA«ES, FAYETTE, 3.6N, 2.JE 



bOLCUNUA, MIS 
CYPRESS, MIS 
BEnOIST, MJS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
CAMPER, MIS 



195S 


30 


1953 


10 


|979 


20 



2,0 



3.5 



APU 1957,REV 1979 



2 

2 



2 ORO 2600 

23 S X U 
L 4 



Oev 3470 



1938 


2260 


118,9 


20780,4 


2b3 








139 








1555 


10 






1 








34 




L 


15 


1580 1938 


1900 






200 





U 


37 


0,31 


S 


16 


1746 1959 


in 






1 








3b 




8 


6 


I860 1954 


100 






10 








36 




L 


1* 


3U7Q 1961 


670 






52 








37 




S 


33 



ST, PAUL, FAYETTE, 5N, 3E 



BENOIST, mjs 

CLONTINUEU UN NEKT PACE) 



1900 



1941 
1941 



380 
24n 



6,7 1043,9 



36 
16 



34 0,23 6 



OEV 3375 



54 



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MM E 8 ( ontlnued 



POOL. COUNTY, 

LOCATION 

BY TuklNSMlH 

* .n R»Ni,f 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

JEt PINT HI 


pay zone 




YEAR 

or 

UISC- 
OVERY 


AHEA 
PRO. 

VPI> 

IN 

ACRtS 


PHOUUCTION 
M BBL8 


NAME (No AGE 


nEP- 

IH 
fFT) 


OUH- TO 
1NG END OP 
1979 1979 


ST, H»ul, FAYETTE, 5n, 3E 


;ueo 


l»b3 


10 

290 






SPAS MTN, MIS 
LANPt", "IS 





»U"»r« UP WELLS CHARACTER 

. .............. uP OIL DEEPEST 

Cu«P. CO" ....-.---. PAY ZONE TtSI 

LtTEO MPL« A8. PRoD. »l)L» ..--.-.----.-- --------.. 

TO ETEO ANO. UCINI, FUH «INu TMJ- 8TR- uEp. 

END OP ENO OP IN ONEO END OF G», PERC» UP LKn. UCT. ZONE Tm 

1979 19T9 1979 YEAR APJ ENT RoCK tSb UKE (PT) 



(CONTlNoEQ P*OH PmEvIOUS PAI«t) 



1 

19 



3S 
16 



•STE, MAnIE, JASPEh, Sm, 10-lit, m 

STE, GEN, MIS 2900 1941 



1210 



9,7 2089.8 



72 



6 37 0,14 



AC 



MIS 3470 



STt, M«RJE E, JASPEP, t,N, |«N 
ST, GEN, MIS 

STt, MARJE w, JASPtP, S«*N, JOE 



?6flb 1949 



70 0,9 3b. 
ABO 1951, wFv i«t» 





1949 


410 


AIIX VASES, MIS 


2720 1949 


10 


STE GEN, mis 


2BI5 1949 


410 



8.1 



468,3 



I 38 



10 MC 



21 








12 








M 


1 










37 


s 


25 


ML 


21 










40 


L 


ft 


MC 



MIS 3191 



MIS 



•SaIlOh SPRINGS C, Clay, Effingham, jASPtP, J.bN, b.eE 



TAR SPRINGS. MIS 
GLEN OEAn, mis 
JACKSON, MIS 
CYPPtSS, MIS 
dETMEL, MIS 
AUX YASES, MIS 
OHARA, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
mCCLOSky, mIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 
SALEM, Mis 



1938 



1974(1 316,4 59QI1.4 1310 15 



2310 


1941 


810 


2390 


1943 


to 


2550 


1976 


10 


2550 


1942 


10190 


2740 


1946 


710 


a<>25 


1942 


2710 


2900 


1947 


8060 


2900 


1943 


• 


2925 


1938 


t 


3310 


1967 


70 


3260 


1978 


50 



29 



58 








1 








1 








749 


1 


17 


42 





I 


201 


9 


4 


IT 








193 


1 


4 


340 





4 


8 








4 


2 






37 
18 

38 

37 
37 
37 
33 

4Q 
39 



0,11 



0,2t 



s 


12 * 


L 


8 A 


8 


10 


S 


12 A 


s 


20 A 


s 


13 A 


OL 


* A 


LS 


A A 


OL 


a a 


L 


11 A 


L 


12 



448b 



SAILOR SPRINGS E, CLAY, 4N, 8F 







1944 


180 


CYPRESS, mis 


269S 


1944 


110 


MCCLOSKY, MIS 


3020 


1955 


50 


SALEM, MIS 


3550 


19b7 


20 



SAILOR SPRINGS N, LLAY, 4N, 8E 



•SALEM C, MARION, JEFFERSON, i-?n, IS, 1»2E 



0,1 



83.2 



15 








1 






10 








3b 


S 


A 


3 








37 


L 


7 


1 








38 


L 


6 



ABO 1952, REV 1955, »«u 1956, HEY I9b0, ABO l9bl, REV 1966 







1948 


80 


SPAR MTN, 


MIS 


2985 1948 


80 


MCCLOSKY, 


MIS 


3030 


* 



0,0 4.8 5 

3 

4 37 
ABO 49, REV 30, ABO 51, REV 55,ABu 56, REV 37,ABu 60 







19J8 


13640 


8EN01ST, MIS 


1780 


19J8 


108)0 


AUX VASES, "IS 


1625 




7390 


OHARA, MIS 


2075 




9550 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


2100 




t 


MCCLOSk*, MIS 


2030 




• 


ST, LOUIS, mis 


2100 




210 


SALEM, MIS 


2160 


1939 


1400 


OEvONlAN 


3440 


19J9 


6000 


TRENTON, OrO 


4500 


1941 


1920 



1978.9 370199. S 



2867 





7 


623 





i 


822 








2 








151 





3 


892 





i 


19 








279 





i 


662 


1 





151 









1278 



37 




8 


40 


37 


0.21 


8 


40 


37 




L 


3 


37 




LS 


15 


35 




L 


IT 


37 




L 


X 


37 




L 


17 


«2 


0,28 


L 


40 



MIS 



MIS 



3614 



3126 



9210 



37 



50 A 



SAMSVILLt, E01ARQS, JN, Ufc 

MALTERSBURG, MIS 2420 1942 



•SAMSVILLE N, EOnAHOS, IN, 14- 
BETHEL, MIS 

SAMSVILLE Nta, EOnAHOS, IN, 10E 



OHARA, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MISS 



SANBOVAL, MANlQN, in, IE 



2900 1945 



1959 
3190 1955 
3301 1970 



70 0,0 1,0 5 
APO 1952, REV 1974, ABO 1977 



200 0,0 259.2 16 
ABU 1976 



20 0.0 4.2 2 

10 10 

10 too 

ABO 1956, REV 197Q, ABO 197? 







1909 


300 21,7 


6277. 7 


154 








CYPRESS, mis 


1400 


1909 


20 




1 








BENOIST, MIS 


15*0 


1909 


480 




124 





u 


GENEVA, oEv 


292U 




240 
REV 1975 




28 









38 



38 



36 



7 A MIS 3303 



6 A MIS 404Q 



10 



U 

37 S 10 y 
35 S 20 u 

38 0,3» 9 H 



MIS 4012 



STP 3023 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



55 



TABLE ^-continued 



POOL, CUUnTY, mjmbEn 0' WELLS CHARACTER 

LOCATION PROOUCUON ....................... OF OIL DEEPEST 

BY TowNSnIP Pay 7uN£ ahCA M BdLS COMP. CO- .......... pay ZONE TEST 

AND RANGE ....................... YEAR PRO. .-•-...-----.-.. LETEO MPL. A». PROO. sj l . .............. .......... 

(• SECONDARY OEP> OF vEu uuh- TO TO ETEU »»0« UCING FUN KINO Tmj. 8TR. OEP. 

RtCUVfcRV TH UI»C. IN IN(i ENO OF ENO OF IN QNEO e N D OF B». PERC- OF CKN. UCT. .ONE Tm 

SEt PAWT H) NAMt AN. AG. (FT) uvtRY ACRES 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT RqCk ESS URE (FT) 



SANDuvaL m, CLINTON, in, In 

........ ........ ........... 

CYpRtSS, «IS 

SANTA FE, CLINTON, IN, 3n 

CYPRESS. MIS 

• 8CWNELL, Wl.Hi.ANO, JN, 9E 



AUX VASE., MIS 
SPAR H1N, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1020 1946 



955 14«4 



1938 
2956 19»9 
3090 1974 
3000 1938 



10 0,0 
ABO I960 



10 0,0 
ABO 19«7 



190 

ISO 

10 

80 



26.3 



1.. 



fc.9 373.2 



15 
8 
1 
7 



HIS 1604 



34 S 10 A Dtv 2S4£ 



9 HIS 3690 

S 10 

3 15 

39 0,19 OL 5 AC 



SCMNtLL t, RICHLANU, 2N, 4E 



SPAR HTN, Ml» 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 



SCIOM, MCuONOuGH, TN, j- 
UFvONlAN 

•S.minaBy, RIChIANJ, 2n, 10E 
hCCLOSky, Mis 

•StSSEW L, FwtNKLlN, 5»6s, I«2t 



CVPBfcSS, his 
WENAuLT, his 
AIM VA$ES, His 

JM.Ki, MIS 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLUSKY, MIS 
ST, LOOIS, M 1S 
LLtAW CREEK, Otv 



1954 130 15,9 
3101 1978 130 
3115 1954 • 

ABO 19S«,REV 1978 



519 


1960 


10 0,0 
ABU I960 


3195 


1945 


1.0 0,0 
ABO l9»b 




1942 


1680 52,9 


24 55 


1953 


SO 


264Q 




340 


2700 


1942 


1260 


2*75 


1951 


110 


2810 


1944 


• 


2640 




t 


3002 


1957 


10 


4360 


1949 


140 



16.5 



0.0 



228.4 



562.. I 



7 
« 

4 



no 








3 








26 








74 








2 








5 








5 








1 








9 









28 



38 



It 



HIS 377b 



AC 



S1L 



760 



MC HIS 3475 



OEV 4688 



36 




S 


5 


AL 


J7 


0,17 


8 


10 


AC 


58 


0,17 


S 


10 


»L 






L 


* 


« 






L 


10 


AC 


39 




L 


5 


AC 


37 




L 


20 


AC 


"0 




L 


X 


AC 



SHAPKSeUWC, LHWlSTIAN, 14N, £W 



UE VONlAN 
STl'JHIAN 



1974 
!972 1975 

1990 1974 



40 

30 
10 



0,6 



6.1 



3 

I 

1 



L 3 
L 3 



S1L 2U62 



•SMATTuC, CLINTON, in, 1. 



CYPRESS. h;s 

BEnO.STi his 
TRENTON, Own 





1945 


280 


1280 


1945 


ISO 


1420 


1947 


60 


4020 


1948 


160 



7,6 806.6 



36 








16 








A 


OHO 


4076 


15 










36 


8 


7 


AL 






7 










35 


S 


13 


AL 






15 










40 


L 


13 


A 







SMATTUC N, CLlNTjN, 2N, IW 

6EN01ST, HIS 

SMA-Nf t 'u»i, Gallatin, 9s, 9l 



PALESTINE, his 
nAi.TERSP.jR.., mis 
TAR SPRINGS, his 
CVPRESS, HIS 
SETHEL, MIS 
AUX VASES, HIS 



shawneetuwn t, Gallatin, 9s, ioe 



1445 1461 


10 0.0 




ABO 1964 


1945 


60 0,0 


1720 1955 


40 


1900 1955 


10 


I960 1955 


60 


2375 1956 


10 


240U 1968 


in 


2650 1945 


10 



HAcTERSBuRG, HIS 
BETHEL, Mis 
AUX VASES, HJS 



2.4 



16,9 



36 



ABU 1950, HEV 1955, ABU I960, KEV 1968, A*0 1969 





1952 


30 


1855 


1455 


10 


2480 


1955 


in 


2660 


1952 


10 



0,0 



16.3 



TRN 4134 



6 















M 


HJS 


2837 


2 








35 


S 


28 


M 






1 








37 


S 


12 


M 






3 








37 


S 


X 


M 






1 








38 


S 


14 


M 






1 










S 


X 








1 








38 


S 


10 


HP 










a 








2 








I 










37 


t 


10 


1 










37 


S 


X 


1 










18 


S 


4 



HIS 2630 



•SmAnNEETOnN n, GALLATIN, 98, IOE 



AUX VASES, M 1S 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 



1948 SO 0,0 104,9 4 

2750 1455 40 3 

3045 1948 10 | 

ABO 1953, REV 19S5,A60 1966 



56 


















MP 


HIS 


SlJl 










38 


S 


20 


-' 














36 


L 


6 


•" 







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Putlt, CUHnTy, NuMbER OP NtLLS CMaRaCTEn 

LOCATION PROOUCTIOn ....................... UF OIL OtFPIST 

BY TOWNSHIP PAV 2u*«t lHh> M KBL» COMp. CO' .......... Ml ZOr.E TtBT 

ANO »»Nl»F ....................... YEAR PRU- ................ LETED MPL- AB. PROD- i'll- ...-...--.---- .......... 

(• SECONDARY DtP- OF VPO OUR. TO TO FTEU ANu- UCING HJN KINO IMJ. ST". UEP. 

»ECUVt»Y TH DISC- IN 1N(, t«JO OP t^D OP IN ONJO EnO OP &R, Pf»C« OP C«N. OCT- {ONE Th 

SEt PANT 111 NA«t ANO ACE (FT) uVt"Y ACRES 1979 1979 1979 1 <» T 9 1979 YEAR API EnT RQCK tSS URE (r T) 



• SnELBWUlF C, »xtLbY, UN, 4E 

AUX VASES, M IS 1B6U 1946 HO 1,1 46.6 9 u 1 34 SUA MJS 3i0l 



SMU»»»Y, EFF1NLHAM, 9N, 5F 



mCCLOSky, Mis 222J 1965 in 0,0 3,<l I J7 L 3 US 227J 

l»u 1969 

SICILV, CHRISTIAN, 13N, 4W 

SILURIAN IB6U 1956 /o ii, n 69,4 SOU 39 L Ik SIL 1S>4 

ABU i9b? 

•SIGGInS, LUPlBEHLA-lD, CLARK, 1U-1!'*, IU»ltE, 1«« 



X 


11 2T 


2 


8 


437 








u 




898 


2 


u 




3b 


S 


25 


U 




99 





S 




36 


s 


x 







209 





u 




37 


s 


40 


a 




1 










40 


L 


67 





190* 4430 X > 1127 2 8 437 U TON 3341 

lST(uP)S!G(,lNS,PtN 400 4430 

2No(lO)S1Gi,TnS,PIN 46U * 

3RL>,4TmS1G(.INS,pEN 580 « 

TRENTON, ONO 3013 197? 10 

iti. CLARK COUNTY OIVISION FOR PROOjCTtON 

SILOAM, BROWN, 2S, 414 

SILURIAN 60J 1959 280 2,2 243.6 26 11 37 4 AC STP lllb 



•SORENTO C, BONO, 6N, 4W 





19J8 


7U0 


PFnnsvl^aniAn 


57u 1956 


6 n 


LInGlE, UEv 


1875 1938 


640 



1.1 1932,5 58 5 A TRN ?684 

6 31 S 20 A 

52 3b S A A 



SOhEnTu h, BONO, 6n, 4» 



OEvONlAN 1880 1956 10 0,0 0.0 1 u 37 L * ORO 2/06 

ABO 1956 



SPARTA ♦, kAnDOLPH, 4.SS, 5-6W 



CYPRtSS. "IS 850 1868 20 0,0 X 2 35 S 7 u TRN 3130 

ABO 19U0 



SPARTA S, RAnOoLRH, 5S, 5W 



cvpress, "is eeo 1949 10 0,0 0.0 100 35 s 8 a mis 909 

APO 1950 



SPRlNGtRlON S, WHITE, 4S, at 

1976 760 196,3 674.2 59 3 J 53 M IS «*00 

AUX VASES, mjs 3325 1977 690 52 3 S 8 

OHARA, mjs 3424 1978 90 10 L 4 

SPAR MTN, MIS 3440 1976 « 4 2 S 9 

MCCLOSKV, MIS 349(4 1978 ■ 2 L 6 

SALEM, MIS 4290 19/7 10 1 u L 5 

ULLlN, MJS 4J85 1977 20 2 1 L 6 

SPRInGFIELu L, Sangamon, 15N, 4W 





I960 


230 


MlBBARD, 0EV 


1625 I960 


10 


SILURIAN 


lbOQ I960 


220 



0,6 330.7 22 5 R SIL 1705 



22 








5 








N 


1 










37 


S 


4 


U 


22 










39 





12 


N 



SPRING GaRoEn, JEFFERSON, 4S, IE 

MCCLOSKV, MIS 3090 1977 220 120.7 J44.1 13 10 13 n L > n MJS l * ai 

•STAUNTON ♦, MACOUPIN, 7N, 7h 

PENNSYLVANJAN 515 1952 30 0,0 4,1 2 1 35 S 11 A ORD 2J7J 

•STAoNTON W, MACOUPIN, 7n, 7h 

PEnNSVlvaNIAn 505 1954 260 5,4 128,4 27 16 35 S 10 SIL 1512 



•STEwARDSON, SHELBY, 1UN, 5E 

AUX VASES, M 

SPAR MTN, MIS 2021 1958 70 5 37 S 4 A 



1939 330 1?,0 946.1 28 23 0£v 3414 

AUX VASES, MIS 1945 1934 330 27 3S 0.18 S 9 A 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 57 



TABLE 8-continuecl 



pool, Cuuntt, 

location 

by township 

• NO RANGE 
(• SECONOARY 
RECOVERY 
SEE PAKT li) 



p*t Zone 



NAMt ANO AGt 



..... YEAR 
OEP. OF 

TH UISC. 

(FT) OVERY 



AREA 
PRO. 

in 

ACRES 



NUMBER OF WELLS CHARACTER 

PRODUCTION ....................... OP OIL DEEPEST 

M BBLS COMP. CO» .......... FAY ZONE TEST 

............... LETEO MFL- AB. PROO. SUL- .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEO ANO. uCINE FUR * im> rxj. STR. OEP. 

ENQ OF END OF IN ONEO END OF BR. »e«C- OF C«N. UCT. ZONE TH 

1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API EnT RuCR tSb URE (FT) 



OUR. 

ING 

1979 



STtwARUSON E, SHELBY, 9»lON, 6t 



AUX VASES, mis 
SPAR mtn, HIS 



1063 

2177 1963 
2197 1«»3 



JO 
10 
10 



0.6 



PO.l 



3 
1 
3 



SB 
ST 



"IS 2280 



STEWA»U»0N w, SHELBY, jOn-SE 
BbNOIST, HIS 

STIRITJ, WILLlAHgON, ts, it 



1920 1970 



10 0,0 
ABO 1971 



0.0 



S 5 MIS 2102 



BETHEL, HIS 
ALU VASES, MIS 



?«Tu 1976 
2525 1971 



110 
40 
70 



11.1 



184,6 



7 
2 

5 



S a 
S 6 



MIS 275k 



•STOHMS c ♦, WHITE, 5-6S, 9.10E 



PENNSY 
BIEHL, 
oEGONl 
CLORt, 
PALEST 
WALTER 
TAw SP 
HAROIN 
CYPRES 
BETHEL 
NENAuL 
AUX VA 
OHARA, 
SPAR M 
HCCLUS 

salEh, 



lvanian 

PEN 
A, H!S 

HIS 
INE, HIS 

SByRft, His 
KINGS, mis 
SBuRG, mis 
S, MIS 

, HIS 

T, HIS 
SES, his 

HIS 
TN, HIS 
KY, HIS 

MIS 



19J9 
1320 1954 
loao 1951 
2090 1954 
210U 19S4 
2150 1941 
2230 1«39 
2340 194k 
247fe 1959 
2700 1946 
2B10 
2990 

JoOO 1946 
3U95 

3115 1'SO 
3055 
3738 1966 



47U0 2|1.0 21106.2 

340 

» 

ISO 

250 

70 

2720 

300 

20 

330 

40 

20 

1020 

290 



10 



437 



10 





I 


16 








13 








SO 








6 





u 


24S 


2 





2* 





1 


2 








11 





2 


4 








2 








76 








9 








9 





1 


9 


1 





1 


a 






167 



29 
35 
33 
35 
35 



37 
37 
34 
37 
39 
35 
35 
34 



AM OEV SJCA 
S 10 A 
S 4 AF 
S 7 AL 
3 10 AL 
S 12 AL 



32 0,26 S 15 AL 



S 10 HF 

S 9 HF 

S 10 HF 

S X HF 

L 5 A 

S 13 AF 

I 10 AC 

L 2 AC 

L 5 HC 

L 6 



• STRlNbTOWN, PICHLANU, 4.5N, HE, 
STE, GEN, HIS 



STRTNGTOwN E, KlLHLAND, 4N, [ It H 

nCCLOSKY, nls 

STRInGTOwN S, nICHlAnO, UN.14W 
SPAR HTN, HIS 



STuBbLEFIElO S ♦, bOnO, 4N, jw 



pennsylvanian 

CYPRESS, his 

DEVONIAN 



SUMNER, L'wRENCE, 4N, [!« 

MCCLOSK.Y, HIS 

SUMNER CEN, LAWRENCE, 4N, |3w 

SPAR HTN, His 

SUMNER s ♦, LAwBENCE, 3N, jSh 



14W 
3025 1941 



3010 1948 



3117 1470 



1955 

54U 1974 

985 1955 

2185 1963 



2260 1944 



2544 1966 



550 0,0 160B.6 
ABD 1973 



10 0,0 
ABD 1950 



2.0 



37 



30 0,0 0.2 3 
ABD 19/6 



130 22,1 51.6 10 2 

40 3 

10 10 

SO 6 2 

ABD 1956, REV 1963, ABD 1965, KEV 1974 



20 0,2 15,9 2 
ABO 1953, REV 1979 



10 0,0 0,0 1 
ABD 1966 







AUX VASES, mis 


2620 


1964 


60 0,0 
ABU 1969 


0.0 


4 








SUHPTER, 


WHITE, 


43, 9E 




1943 


360 10,2 


421.7 


23 













n 






OEGOnIA.hIb 


2140 


1975 


10 




1 












CLORt, HIS 


2195 


1975 


10 




1 





n 






TAR SPwlNGS, his 


2S75 


1945 


280 




|9 





g 






HARDINSBuRG, M is 


2655 


1951 


10 




1 





n 






CYPRESS, HIS 


2860 


1948 


70 




5 





(i 






OHARA, HIS 


3222 


I960 


10 




1 









D 40 0,24 Ol S AC MIS 3651 



37 La his 317S 



S 8 "IS 3166 



OEV 245J 



13 





S 


15 


33 


S 


4 


37 


L 


8 



1 39 



37 



37 
36 
37 
36 



4 HC Mis 2365 



L 3 MIS 3100 



HIS 2990 



A OrtO 7632 

S 5 

S 5 

S 16 AF 

S 1« AF 

S 15 AF 

L 6 A 



•SUMPTER E, white, 4.5S, 10E 



CYPRESS, His 
(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE) 



2795 



1951 



1610 67, I IS20.1 96 2 

220 18 



35 A HIS 4204 

37 S 16 AL 



58 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I, Mil.!-: 8 continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 
LOCATION 

ijy tohnshIp 

•NO RANliE 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

set p»kt in 



cat ZoNt 



NAMt ANU ASt 



..... YEAR 

OtP. OF 

IM OISC. 

(FTj OVtRY 



»NFA 

HRU. 

VEO 

IN 

ACRtS 



PRODUCTION 
M RbL3 



NuMttEH OF ntLLS 



CHARACTER 
OF OIL 



1979 



TO 



CU«P. CO" 
LtTED MPL- AS. 
TO FTED AN0« 



PRQO. 

UC1NU 



OtEPft' 
.... hay ZONE TEST 
JUL- ..... — ..-— ........ 

FUN KIN U TM1. SIR. 



tNQ OF fcNU OF IN QNEO ENO OF u», PtRC» OF C«N- UCT. fO.,F 



OEP- 
Tm 



I9T9 



I9T9 I 1*79 1979 YEAR API ENT HuCiv tSS UNE 



tFT) 



.JuMPTtR E, WHITE, 4,5S, IOE 



BETMtL, MIS 


2922 


I960 


20 


AUX VASES, mis 


3020 


19b? 


420 


UMA»A, MIS 


3115 


1951 


1110 


SPAR M|N, Mis 


M"u 


1958 


» 


MCCLUSkV, nib 


315Q 




» 



(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAbE) 



2 








SS 


S 


1? 


1 


27 





1 


39 


9 


15 


41 


44 





1 


36 


L 


12 


«C 


IS 








36 


L 


4 


AC 


1 








31 


L 


9 


AC 



tSUMPTt" N, »HITt, 4S, 9t 







1952 


200 


AUX VASES, Mis 


31S5 


1952 


240 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3312 


1974 


10 


ULLlN, mis 


423U 


1975 


30 



6*4,6 



20 








16 





u 


1 





u 



J7 



s 



DEV 5500 



.SuMPTtP S, »MITE, 4.5S, 9t 







194S 


250 


TAR SPRINGS, "IS 


2580 


194S 


120 


BETMtL, Mis 


3u?5 




10 


AUX VASES, M is 


3260 




210 



17,1 923.1 



29 





u 


6 








AF 


13 










34 


S 


s 


AF 


1 










35 


S 


15 


AF 


IS 










37 


s 


10 


AF 



MIS 3430 



SUMPTEN M, WHITE, 4S, 9E 

AUX VASES, Mis 

TAMAROA, PERRY, 4S, 1W 



3165 1952 







1942 


340 


CVPRtSS, 


MIS 


1120 1942 


230 


TRENTON. 


OHO 


4135 1964 


110 



20 n.i 2«,7 
ABO 1964 , Rtv 1969 



".9 449,1 



2? 

17 

6 



I 37 



36 



5 NL MIS 3409 



30 0,12 S 13 AL 



40 



42S7 



•TAMARUA S, PERRY, «S, In 

CVPRtSS, mjs 



1155 1957 



250 



6,4 327.4 



20 



12 26 



MIS 1385 



TAMAKOA r, PtPNT, 43, 2» 

CVPRESS, "IS 



1100 1"»56 



0,0 



2.5 



1 34 



DtV 2902 



TAYLOR mill, FKANKLIN, 3S, 4fc 



UMARA, MIS 
SALEM, M!S 
OLLlN, mjs 



TtoTOPQLIS, t'UlCniM, 8N, Rf 



SPAR MTN, MISS 
MCCLOSKV, Mis 
ST LOUIS, MIS 



1949 
3055 1949 
3635 1979 

394U 1961 


170 26.7 
70 

10 
150 
ABU 1968, REV 


1 
1977 


1966 
2402 1966 
2530 1967 
2570 1967 


170 8.9 
160 

« 
40 


1 



1 5 


5 


1 


5 
1 


2 

1 






9 


2 


1 



37 

3» 



t 
15 



MIS 4093 



11 
11 






1 
1 


9 




L 


5 


MIS 


2645 


1 










36 


OL 


4 






3 










39 


L 


4 







TE0T0P0L1S S, EFFINGHAM, SN, 6t 







1968 


50 


SPAR MJN, 


MIS 


2477 196S 


50 


MCCLOSKV, 


MIS 


2535 1968 


• 



0.2 



S 
OL 



MIS 2950 



•THACKERAY, HAMILTON, 58, 7E 







1944 


830 


CVPRtSS, mjs 


3030 




20 


AUX VASES, Mis 


3360 


1944 


760 


OHARA, MIS 


3435 


1946 


120 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3500 


1946 


• 



21,5 4397.4 



75 





1 


29 








A 


2 





1 




36 


S 


24 


A 


68 










37 


S 


15 


AL 


1 












L 


5 


AC 


6 










37 


L 


10 


AC 



OEV 5611 



TMUMPSONVILLE, FRANKLIN, 75, 4E 





1940 


360 4,0 


395.1 


37 








12 










OEV 


5400 


OHARA, MIS 


3110 1967 


310 




7 














L 


4 






SPAR MTN, MIS 


3190 1967 


1 




1 














LS 


4 






MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3200 1940 


1 




19 










38 


0,16 


L 


10 A 






ST LOUIS, MIS 


3450 1967 


80 
ABO 19«7, REV 


1967 


10 










39 




L 


10 







•TMOMPSONVILLE E, FRANKLIN, 7S, 4E 

AUX VASES, MIS 3150 1949 



180 



'.« 



624.3 



1" 



36 



8 ML MIS 3371 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



59 



TABLE ^-continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 

LOCATJON 

BY TOWNSHIP 

AND RAN&E 

(• SECONDARY 

RECOVERY 

8EE P»NT !|) 



PAY ZONE 



NAME AND »5t 



..... TEAR 
D£P» OF 

IM UI3C- 

fFTj OVERT 



AREA 

PRO. 

VEO 

IN 
ACRES 1«79 



PROOUCTION 
m 6818 



OUR. 
JN(, 



NuMdER OP WILIS CHARACTER 

....................... OP OR DEEPEST 

COMP. CO- .......... PAT {ONE TEST 

....... LETEO MPl. AS. PROD. 6UL- ..-.......—• .......... 

TO TO ETED AND. uCIns PUR KINO Tmi- stb. gEp. 

ENo OP end or IN ONCO EnD OP CR. PERC« OF CKN. UCT. {ONE Th 

19T9 19T4 1974 1474 YEAR API ENT ROCK ESS URE (FT) 



•THOMPSflNVlllE N, FRANHLIN, 78, 


4E 


870 

20 

860 


20, T 


3802,0 


er 

l 

86 







2 


2 


12 


37 
35 


8 
S 


10 
20 


A 

Al 

*l 


MIS 


3446 


CTPRfcSS, "IS 

AUX VASES, HIS 


1444 
2750 1448 
3100 1444 


TIlOfcN, RANDOLPH, ItS, 5« 


?l*>u 1452 


MO 


37,0 


4501,4 


35 








30 


40 


I 


60 


R 


OmD 


3043 


SILURIAN 


TIlDtN N, ST Clair, hashjngtun, 


RANDOLPH, J. (tS, 


S.ftu 


28.4 


846,3 


31 








32 


42 


L 


70 


R 


ORO 


2810 


SILURIAN 


2014 1468 


5U0 


TOLIVEN t, CLAY, 5N, ».Tt 



































14*3 


160 


CVPRtSS, hjs 


2510 


1455 


10 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2740 


146T 


50 


SPAR MTN, MIS 


261S 




110 


MCCIOSKY, MIS 


2840 


1443 


■ 



14.1 



2T1.4 



14 


3 





8 








11 


1 










36 


S 


14 


M 


4 


2 







36 


S 


4 




4 










36 


L 


6 


MC 


5 


1 







35 


01 


8 


MC 



MIS 



3514 



TOLIvEk S, Clay, 4N, 6t 



aux vases, hjs 
mcclosky, mis 



• TUNU, MARIUN, i.JN, ll 



OEnOIST, mjs 
AUX VASES, M IS 
SPA» MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 
DEVONIAN 





1453 


70 


27*5 


1453 


10 


2675 


1456 


60 
ABO 1464 




14J4 


570 


1430 


1434 


140 


2005 


1434 


160 


2125 




630 


2l3u 


1434 


• 


3500 




60 



o.o 



21,0 
37.0 



72,4 14149.2 



MIS 2415 



107 








18 








26 








18 








T3 








7 









36 
34 



MC 
5 MC 



63 U ORO 4900 

36 8 20 

37 S 10 
IS 12 

36 0.21 Ol 15 

37 C 7 H 



Iovey, christian, isn, 3» 
silurian 



• THUMBULL C WHITE, SS, »-9E 



1650 1455 



10 0,0 28,0 
ABu 1473 



36 







1444 


1520 


55,2 


3781.2 


115 


1 





56 








A 


PEnnsylVanian 


63U 


1474 


IP 






1 












S 


12 




1AR SPRINGS, H|S 


2528 


19b? 


30 






2 










35 


S 






CYPRESS, MIS 


2845 


1944 


420 






32 










36 


s 


10 


A 


BETHEL, MIS 


2955 


1454 


50 






2 










37 


s 




A 


AUX VASES, mis 


SlTO 


1446 


520 






42 










36 


s 




A 


OHaRa, mis 


3230 




690 






1« 










36 


L 


13 


AC 


SPAR MJN, His 


3270 


1446 


• 






13 












L 




AC 


MCCIOSKY, MlS 


3240 


144T 


• 






20 


1 









L 




AC 


UILIN, MIS 


4110 


1478 


10 






1 


1 









L 


20 





L 10 SIL 1881 



MIS 4^85 



•TRUMBuLL n, WHITE, 4S, 6E 





1961 


SO 


>.i 


AUX VASES, HIS 


3325 1461 


20 




OHARA, HIS 


3420 1474 


30 




MCCLOSKV, MIS 


3466 1461 


6 





TURKEY Bend, PERRY, 43, 2W 

TRENTON, OkO 



3940 1957 



8.2 



ABO 1966, RfcV 1979 



30 1,8 54,1 



4 1 

1 

1 1 

2 



36 



2 39 



L 4 
Ol 16 



MIS 3537 



L 1 ORD 4044 



•VAL1EK, FkAnKlIn, 6S, at 



AUX VASES, HJS 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



VEROtNNES, JACKSON, 7S, 2W 
DEVONIAN 



1442 
2665 1463 
2715 1442 



3300 1475 



110 6,8 114,4 

100 
10 
AMD 1945, REV 1963 



60 1,4 10.9 



39 
39 



4 39 



S 7 

I 12 Ml 



MIS 2900 



I 10 ORO T04« 



VIROEN W, MAtOOPIN, |2N, T„ 
DEVONIAN 



1361 1463 



30 0.0 0.0 
ABO 1471 



36 



L 20 OEV 1340 



60 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \HI I 8 continued 



pool, cuunty, number of wells character 

UCaUPn PROUUCUON ....................... OP OIL 0EEPE6T 

BY TOWNSHIP P»Y luNt AREA M BBLI CUHP. CO- .......... PAY ZONE TtST 

AnO RANGE ....................... YEAR PRO. ................ LtTtn HPL« AB. PROO. 5 'l- .............. .......... 

(• S'LOnOaRy OtP. OP VFU DUHa TO T" FTfU «N0« UCINfc Pun K1NU ! » 1 . ST*. UEP- 

RtCOVtRY TH DISC. JN INI, tNO OP ENU OP IN UNf.0 EnD OP GR, PtRL« OP CKN. UCT. ZONE Tm 

JEt P»«T II) N*Mt »N0 *r.t (FT) OWt'Y ACRES 1979 1979 19T9 1979 1*7* YEAR API ENT RQCB tS» UKE (FT) 



*AGGONtR ♦, MONTGOMERY, UN, 3« 



POtTjvilLE, PfN 61U |«uO <IO 0,0 12,0 TOO I 2» 0,21 S 10 SIL 1945 

ABO 1949, «EV 59, ABO 60, REV fei.ABu 64,RtV 77 



WABEPItLU, JASPER, 5n, It 



SPAR MTN, HIS 3100 1906 40 0,0 1,7 2 SB L 5 HIS 3207 

ABU 1947, REV 1933, A«0 1950 



NAKEFItLU N, JASPER, 5N, 9E 



hCCLOSky, mIS 300u 1953 10 0,0 83, 2 I J7 L 6 mjs 3204 

ABO 1958 



KAHtMtlu S, »IChLANU, 5n, 9E 



MCCLUSnV, HIS 3040 195? 80 0,0 7, J 5 37 L 4 MIS 3650 

ABO 1955, REV 19*9, ABO 1974 



•WALPOlE, HAMILTON, 6.7S, 6E 







1941 


2180 


TAH SPRINGS, «1S 


2465 




110 


BEnOIST, HJS 


2962 


1979 


in 


A'ix VASES, M IS 


307U 


1941 


1060 


OHARA, HJS 


3152 


1979 


2U0 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3195 


1954 


« 


MCCLUSKV, HIS 


31*2 


I960 


■ 


ST, tools, HJS 


3544 


I960 


^o 


SAtEM.MlS 


4U3« 


1979 


10 



134 


1 





59 










A 


T 
1 



1 




u 




37 




S 

s 


15 
B 


AL 


121 










37 


0,13 


s 


20 


A 


1 


I 







37 




L 


4 


A 


3 














L 


T 


AC 


11 


1 







37 




Ot 


7 


AC 


2 

1 


1 
1 








38 




I 

t 


B 

16 


AC 



OEV 5525 



KAtPOLt S. HAHH.TON, TS, 6t 



AUX VASES, H]S 3120 1951 40 0,0 123, 3 2 37 8 6 AL HIS 3362 

ABU 1975 



nAtTUMvttlt, JEFFERSON, JS, 2E 





1943 


60 


BENOIST, HjS 


246U 1943 


50 


ST, tOuIS, HIS 


276/ 1962 


10 



5 








3 










A 


4 










38 


0,14 


3 


9 


A 


1 










37 




L 


1« 





• WAHAC, *ARIUN, CLINTON, WASHINGTON, IN, It, In 





19«1 


31" 


PETRU, PtN 


720 1921 


3U0 


OEVONIAN 


3015 1959 


10 



1,1 l«l.J 5 3 A HIS 3375 



0,0 69*. 3 



U"» 





u 


1 






UP 


ORD 


4160 


J IT 








36 


S 


20 


UP 






1 








38 


L 


9 


UP 







»AMAL t ♦, HARION, IN, It 



ISABEL, PEN B45 1952 140 1,4 52,0 11 U 4 30 S 15 HL OEV 3405 

PAY ZONE IS ISABEL (MTlSUN SANU) , PEN 



•nahaC w, llI^TOn, In, In 







1962 


'60 


CYPRtSi, 


HIS 


1312 1962 


130 


BENOIST, 


HIS 


1466 1962 


130 



1R.0 1001,4 



28 








22 








OEV 


3050 


15 





u 




35 


S 


8 






13 










36 


s 


12 







WAPELLA E, OEWITT, 21N, 3E 



82,5 3018.7 36 Sb STP 2216 

UEvONlAN l i 00 1963 30 3 31 I 5 



1962 


350 


1106 1963 


30 


1112 1962 


350 



SILURIAN 111* 1962 350 36 31 6 X 

•WARHEnTun. BURTON, EUGaR, COLES, 13-14N, 13-14« 

UNNAHEU, PEN 20U 1906 470 0,0 32,1 47 1 31 8 20 ML TRN 2212 

WATERLOO, MONROE, 1«2S, lOw 

TRENTON, ORO 410 19J0 380 14,9 269,1 59 7 20 30 0,97 L 50 A PC 2768 

ABU 1930, R£v 19S9.C0NVERTE0 IN PART TO GAS STORAGE 1951 

WATSUN, EFFINGHAM, 7n, 5-6E 

0,6 60.8 3 1 MIS 26*7 

2 S 5 

10 38 L 11 

WATSON W, EFFINGHAM, TN, 3E 

AUX VASEs, his 2208 1965 |0 0,7 13,4 10 1 39 8 12 MIS 2316 







1957 


30 


JPAB HTN, 


MIS 


2415 1957 


30 


HCCLOSKY, 


MI6 


2434 1958 


• 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 61 



TABLE ^-continued 



POOL, COUNTY, 
LOCATION 

ev township 

and range 
(• secondary 
recovery 
see part ih 



PAY 7.UNE AREA 
..................... YEAR PRO. 

OtP« OF VEO 
TH DISC. IN 

N»Mt ANO AGE (FT) UVfY AC»tS 



nuhbER OF HELLS CHARaCTEn 

PRODUCTION ....................... OF OIL DEEPEST 

M RBLS COHP. CO* .......... pat ZONE TEST 

............... LETbO «PL- AS. PROD. SDL- .............. .......... 

TO TO ETEU AND. uCINfi FUH KINO 1 mi- ST*. OEP. 

tNO OF END OP IN ONED END OF GR, »tRC- OP CKN. UC.T. ZONE Th 

1979 1979 1979 1979 YEAR API ENT RQCK ESS URE (FT) 



DUN. 

INfi 

1*7* 



WAyEWLY ♦, M(jRU»N, 13N, 8" 
UEV«SIL 

HAYNE CI1Y, wAYNt, 28, (>E 
SALEM, MIS 



1020 19116 



3974 1978 



£0 0,0 0.0 1 
ABU, GAS STORAGE IN ST PETER AND GALESVlLLE 



10 



0.3 



1.3 



ORO 2U7Q 



HIS 0130 



WEAVtR, CIaRk, UN, iO» 







1949 


560 


COLE, nIS 


156S 


19S3 


30 


DEVONIAN 


2U3U 


1949 


530 



11.5 2397.0 



45 


1 





27 








1 










30 


S 


5 


43 


1 







37 


L 


10 



oev 21*0 



•WEST FRANKFURT C, FMANKlIN, 75, ?.3t 



TAR SPRINGS, HIS 
AIIX VASES, H{S 
OHARA, HIS 

SPAR HTN, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 





1941 


1T00 


2060 


1941 


630 


2710 


|947 


420 


2760 


1943 


850 


2810 




» 


2625 


1947 


f 



61,8 7*90.6 



151 





3 


53 










A 


70 





e 




39 


0,13 


S 


20 


A 


ST 










36 




s 


20 


AL 


41 





t 




36 




L 


8 


AC 


6 














L 


8 


AC 


21 










38 




L 


18 


AC 



OEV 



• REST SEMlNAHY, CLAY, £N, 7E 







1959 


320 


ALU VASES, HIS 


2972 


1959 


230 


SPAR HTN, MIS 


3059 


1959 


290 


MCCLOSKY, MlS 


306a 


195* 


* 



0.0 



619.9 



29 








16 








3 








16 









MC 
S 10 MC 

L 6 MC 
Ol 12 MC 



H{S 



319b 



«HtSTFiELO, CLARK, COLES, 11.I2N, Ht-iu* 

19U4 
GAS, PtN 280 

"ESTPTtLD, his 335 
CARPER, MIS «75 

TRENTON, OHO 230u 

• RE8TFIELD E ♦, CLARK, U»|2N, |4M 

PEnNSYIVANIAN 4Q0 1947 



9710 X 
1610 
69)0 
580 
1710 
SEE CLARK COUNTY DIVISION FOR PRODUCTION 



1675 


7 





276 










256 


2 







26 




8 


25 


47 


4 







32 




L 


X 


29 


1 







36 




S 


16 


87 










36 


0.18 


L 


40 



310 



0.3 



12. S 



31 28 



STP 



11 ML «I8 



79b 



"ESTHtLu N, COLtS, |2N, 1«M 



1949 
PLtASANTvIt*, PEN 275 1949 
PENNSVLVAN1AN 490 1949 



WHITtASH, KlLLIAMSUN, 8S, 2E 



AI'X VASES, MjS 

OHARA, His 



1972 
2464 1973 
2532 1972 



20 

20 



D.O 



AND 1957 



70 
60 

20 



1 ,6 



0.4 
0.4 



26.9 



2 

1 
1 



26 



! 

10 



1? 

A 



611 



HIS 2631 



•RMITT1NGT0N, FRANKLIN, SS, IE 



MAROINSBuRG, His 
CYPRESS, HIS 
BETHEL, MIS 
AU» VASES, HIS 
OHARA, his 
SPAR HTN, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 
ST, LOUIS, "IS 
SALEM, his 
ULLIN, his 





1939 


1090 


2110 


1948 


430 


2535 




?40 


2612 


1961 


60 


2735 




120 


2835 




410 


2660 




* 


2670 


1939 


t 


3080 


1919 


60 


3300 


1*77 


SO 


3560 


1977 


20 



68,9 2650.7 



61 


1 


2 


30 










A 


28 





2 


36 






8 


10 


A 


16 








35 






8 


10 


A 


3 








38 






S 


4 


A 


11 








36 






8 


13 


A 


13 








37 






L 


10 


AC 


8 














L 


10 


AC 


7 








38 


o 


i»« 


L 


9 


AC 


9 


1 





St 


D 


2" 


L 


6 


AC 


a 
1 


I 














L 
L 


to 

7 





OEV *B1D 



.HITTINGTON S, FRANKLIN, 3.6S, 3E 

CYPRESS, HIS 2560 1950 



2,0 



478.9 



10 



10 35 



10 A 



HIS 3904 



•RMITTINGTON w, FRANKLIN, 5S, 2»JE 



BEN0IST> m u 
RENAULT, His 
AUX VASES, His 
OHARA, Hjs 
SPAR HTN, HIS 
MCCLOSKY, MIS 





1943 


670 


2615 


1949 


10 


2700 


1936 


480 


2700 


1944 


160 


2600 


1943 


110 


2780 


1947 


• 


2900 




• 



0,0 1371.2 



38 








2 






A 


1 





a 


36 


S 


10 


*L 


21 








S7 


L 


X 


A 


IS 








36 


S 


13 


AL 


5 










L 


3 


AC 


2 










L 


4 


AC 


3 








38 


L 


6 


AC 



MIS 



3535 



62 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \ui E 8 continued 



pool, County, 

lUCAUON 

BY ru»NSMlH 

» ,0 « * ► f 

(• selonoary 
»tcuvi»v 
set P»NT U) 



proouCUOn 



NUMBER 0' WILLS 



CHARACTER 
UP OIL 



ntp. 



tear 
of 

UlsC. 



N*Ht »Nu AGt 



(fTj yvt»r 



AK» A 
PRO. 
VEU 
JN 

«c»ts 



1Mb 
|979 



TO 

tWO OF 

19T9 



CO"P- CO" .......... 

UTtO MPl. AB. PROO. JUL- 

TO FIlU AND- UCINB K I IK 

tNu QF IN uNtn EnO OF (,», Pl»C« 

1979 i9T« ii7« year API ENT 



PAT ZOnE 



DEEPEST 

TUT 



KIND TMl. 
OF CKN. 

rock est 



ST»< 
UCTi 

hkE 



uEf- 

zone th 

(FT) 



.wlloERTUN, PAYETTE, «jn, 2.JI 



BOKOEN, nb 
C'HPtR, IIS 
llNRcE, UEv 





l"»b"» 


1070 


?b?o 


l"t>1 


10 


3*0J 


19bt 


1060 


3»»-t> 


|959 


DO 



1T.0 



96 








It 








1 










35 


8 


38 


46 










37 


S 


39 


9 










II 


S 


a 



ORD 



4526 



•wllllA M S C, JlFFERSON, 2.3S, 2E 







1948 


490 


BENOIST, MIS 


2490 


1949 


230 


AUX vASEi, M IS 


2550 


1949 


4U0 


MCCLOSKV, MIS 


2bOO 




10 



10,7 1405. J 



49 





U 


31 






* 


IT 








19 


S 


10 


»L 


29 








37 


S 


3 


Al 


1 








37 


I 




AC 



nev 



4576 



auuHuRn Ci BONO, 6.7,\i, ; w 



CVpRtSS, Mis 

bEnoist, mis 

RENAULT, m 4 S 

aux vAsesi "is 

LInGlE, UEv 
TRENTON, ORD 





1940 


1430 


bfcS 


1950 


310 


1020 


1940 


340 


1047 


1958 


10 


1055 


1*56 


140 


2475 


1949 


7*0 


3170 


1947 


370 



2«,0 4372.4 



140 





2 


20 








38 








I 








5 








58 





2 


23 









31 



35 

36 
36 
36 
35 
39 



0,20 



0,27 







A 


ORO 


3290 


8 


8 


AL 






S 


10 


AL 






L 


« 


AL 






S 


10 


AL 






s 


8 


AC 






I 


It 


A 







•400ULAWN, JEFFERSON, 2-39, 1-dE 



TAR SPRINGS, MJS 
CYPRESS, mis 
BENOIST, MJS 
Aim VASES, mis 
SPAR MTN, MIS 
MCCLOSKV, Mis 
LlNGLE, ufv 





1940 


1900 


1440 




JO 


1600 


1943 


180 


I960 


1940 


1860 


1979 


1949 


270 


2*05 


1947 


240 


220Q 


1948 


# 


3690 


1945 


70 



50,9 18298.0 



194 





I 


66 












OhO 


3101 


I 










39 




8 


X 1 


11 






3 





1 




37 




S 


10 1 


'I 






173 





3 




37 


0,16 


8 


23 








2« 










38 




S 


10 1 








13 
1 












36 




IS 
L 


IS I 
3 l 








11 










37 




S 


6 









hOOOlAhN n, JEFFERSON, ?i, 2t 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



2504 1979 



10 



X X 



MIS 14*4 



iEnia, Clay, 2n, 5E 







1941 


120 


AUX VASESt M 1S 


2785 


1941 


10 


CARPER, MIS 


4230 


1962 


110 



0,0 46.7 



A 








3 










1 










3S 


0,19 


8 


13 


7 










38 




8 


12 



OEV 4745 



xenia e, clay, 2n, 9e 







1951 


300 


CYPRESS, MIS 


2500 


1951 


260 


oEnOIST, mis 


2710 




110 


kenault, mis 


2755 


1959 


20 


AUX VASES, MIS 


2741 


i960 


30 



6,6 927.0 



29 








10 








A 


18 










37 


S 


6 


AL 


9 










35 


8 


6 


AL 


2 










35 


3 


19 


AL 


3 










S3 


S 


10 


A 



MIS 4620 



YALE, JASPER, SN, tit 



SPAR MTN, MI8 
MCCLOSKV, MIS 



1966 
2070 1966 
2140 1966 



190 
190 



4T,a 



95.6 



13 

6 

7 



6 

3 
1 



10 
6 



MIS 2702 



ayork, Cumberland, Clark, 9«ion, 
isabel, pen 

•zei6lep, franklin, 7s, *e 

aux vases, mjs 



10. lit, 14W 
5«0 1907 



2614 1963 



410 X X 79 2 8 31 3 13 AM 

SEE CLARK COUNTY OIVIMON FOR PRODUCTION, ABO 1949, REV 1»S0 



350 16,3 2116.6 J4 33 37 



» 1» 



OEV 2642 



MIS 3030 



ZENITH, wAYNE, 2N, 5E 



MCCLOSKV, MIS 
ST LOUIS, MIS 



•ZENITH E, '-AVNE, IN, 6E 

SPAR MTN, MIS 



1448 
2970 1948 
3066 1969 



31T0 1963 



SO 0,0 24,6 9 

40 4 

10 10 

ABO 1996, REV 1969, ABU 1970, REV 19T3 



250 



2.6 



936,0 



14 



38 



11 37 



7 AC 
6 



10 



MIS 3601 



MIS 3690 



• ZENITH N, WAYNE, 2N, 6E 



SPAR MTN, MIS 
(CONTINuEU ON NEXT PABE) 



1951 

3060 1951 



440 26, T 1494,3 33 
260 15 



20 



36 



MIS 3919 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



63 



TABLE 8 continued 



POOL, county. 

location 
01 township 

ano Range 
(• secondary 

recovery 

SEE PART ID 



PAY ZONE 



NAME ANQ AGE 



..... YEA* 

OEP- OF 

TM DISC. 

fpTJ OVfcRY 



AREA 

PRO- 
VED 
XN 



FRODUCTIOn 
M BBLS 



UUH. 
IN|, 



ACRES J979 



TO 
ENO OF ENO OF 
19T9 



NUMBER OF NELLS CHARACTER 

.» — ... .«. OF OIL OEEPEST 

COMp. co. .......... PAY ZONE TEST 

LETEO MPL> AB. PRQO. 601. ...—.----... .......... 

TO ETEO AND. UCINfi FUR KINO TMI. STB. OEP. 

IN ONEO EnD OF GR, PERC- OF CKN. UCT. ZONE TM. 

ENT ROCK ESS URE tFT) 



19T9 H?9 J979 YEAR API 

(CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PACE) 



•ZENITH N, WAYNE, 2N, bt 

MCCLOSKY.MIS 3J«0 1951 
4«LtM,Mli ? b j« J972 



250 



I 

16 



NC 
NC 



ZENITH S, »AYN£, in, 5E 



OHARA, MIS 
MCCLOSKY, Mil 



1949 
2920 
?98S 1919 



son o,n 7*5,9 is 

100 2 

• 13 

ABO 1966, REy 19*7, ABD 19T0 



17 



H 

MC 
HC 



MIS 3627 



TOTAL 



3,123,626 655 

21,793 68,480 



24,171 



64 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \m ! 9. Illinois gas field statistics, 1979 



Fields N, North; S, South; E, East; W, West; C, Consolidated. 

Fields Locftted In two or more counties have county names 
Lleted in ordet of discovery. 

i Pc, Precambrlan; Cam, Cambrian; Ord, Ordovlclan; Shk, 

Sluikopee; St. P, St. Peter; Trn, Trenton; Sll, Silurian; 
Dev, Devonian; Mis, Mississippian; Pen, Pennsylvanian. 

of rock: 1), dolomite; L, limestone; l.S, sandy limestone; 
S, sandstone. 



Abd: Field abandoned. 



Field revived. 



Structure: A, anticline; D, dome; K, faulting an Important factor 
in gas accumulation; f, faulting a minor factor In gas 
accumulation; L, lens; M, monocline; R, reef; X, structure 
not determined. Combinations of the letters are used 
where more than one factor applies. 

x Correct figure not determinable. 

* Field also listed in table 8 (oil production). 

t From oil wells. 

t+ Gas storage project. 



Cas production 
million cu ft 



Number of wells 



Pay zone 



Field; county; 

lor.it ion 

by township 

Hid range 



Pay zone 



Com- Pro- 

To end Completed pleted Aban- ducing 

Depth dis- in During of to end in doned end of 

Name and age (ft) covery acres 1979 1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year 



Year Area 
of proved 



Kind of rock, Deepest 
average thickness 

in feet, Depth 

structure Zone (ft) 



Albion C*; Edwards, White; 3S; 10E 

Pennsylvanian 1,490 1940 
Alhambra; Madison; 5N; 6W 

Pennsylvanian 600 1974 
Ashmore E*; Edgar; 13N; 14W 

Pennsylvanian 367 1973 
Ashmore S*"lt; Clark, Coles; 12N; 10-11E, 14W 







1958 


460 


Unnamed, Pen 


430 


1958 


440 


Osage, Mis 


385 


1963 


20 



23 
22 

1 



S 6 MF Dev 5,185 











S 6 X Sil 2,005 



S 22 X Dev 1,228 



A 
S x A 
S x X 



Trn 2,260 



Ava-Campbell Hill*; Jackson; 7S; 3-4W 

Cypress, Mis 780 1916 

Ayers Gas; Bond; 6N; 3W 

Benoist, Mis 940 1922 

Beaver Creek N*; Bond; 4N; 2W 

Benoist, Mis 1,132 1965 
Beaver Creek NE Gas + +; Bond; 4N; 2W 

Benoist, Mis 1,126 1961 
Beaver Creek S* ; Bond, Clinton; 3-4N; 2W 

Cypress, Mis 1,015 1946 
Beckemeyer Gas*; Clinton; 2N ; 3W 



Cypress, Mis 1,070 
Benoist, Mis 1,155 



370 x 20 

Abd 1943; rev (oil) 1956; abd 1957 



325 298.7 21 
Abd 1950 



40 



280 



1956 


90 


1956 


80 


1975 


10 















S 18 A Trn 3,582 



S 5 A Ord 3,044 



S 23 
S 13 



Dev 2,556 



Sil 2,487 



S 20 A Sll 2,606 



Sil 2,730 



Abd 1958; rev 1975 



Bellair*; Crawford; 8N; 14W 



Carper, Mis 1,772 
Beverly Gas; Adams; 3S; 5W 



Silurian 450 

Black Branch E*; Sangamon; 15N; 4W 



1957 



Silurian 1,695 1969 

Boulder*; Clinton; 2-3N; 2W 

Geneva, Dev 2,630 1941 



10 



20 



320 

Abd 1965 











S 45 



L 23 



Dev 2,732 



L 6 X St. P 840 



Sil 1,755 



D 7 R Trn 3,813 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 



65 



TABLE 9 -continued 



Gas production 
million cu ft 



Number of wells 



Pay zone 



Field; county; 
location 
by township 
and range 



Pay zone 



Name and age 



Year 

of 

Depth dis- 
(ft) covery 



Area Com- Pro- Kind of rock, 

proved To end Completed pleted Aban- ducing average thicknes 

in During of to end in doned end of in feet, 

acres 1979 1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year structure 



Deepest 
test 

Depth 
Zone (ft) 



Boulder E*; Clinton; 3N; 1W 
Devonian 

Carlinville*; Macoupin; 9N; 7W 



2,840 1957 



Unnamed, Pen 365 

Carlinville N*; Macoupin; ION; 7W 

Pottsville, Pen 440 1941 

Carlyle*; Clinton; 2N; 3W 



Cypress, Mis 



Casey*; Clark 



Casey, Pen 
Claremont; Richland; 3N; 14W 



Spar Mtn, Mis 
Cooks Mills C*+ T ; Coles, Douglas; 



3,200 1950 



Cypress, Mis 1,600 

Aux Vases, Mis 1,800 

Spar Mtn, Mis 1,765 

Cooperstown; Brown; IS; 2W 



Silurian 
Corinth S; Williamson; 9S; 4E 



516 1977 



Hardinsburg, Mis 
Dubois C*; Washington; 3S; 1-2W 



Cypress , Mis 
Dudley*; Edgar; 14N; 13W 



Pennsylvanian 
Dudley W Gas; Edgar; 13N; 13W 



Gas, Pen 



■t. 



Eden Gas' r ; Randolph; 5S; 5W 



80 
Abd 1957 



60 6 
Abd 1925; rev 1942 



40 

Abd 1954 



1,015 1958 20 



160 

Abd 1952 



950 

680 

40 

450 



1,895.4 



2,232 1970 60 147.4 



1,220 1939 400 



300 1948 170 



380 1953 130 



Cypress, Mis 
Eldorado C*; Saline; 8S; 7E 



Palestine, Mis 1,920 

Waltersburg, Mis 2,055 

Tar Springs, Mis 2,225 

Hardinsburg, Mis 2,353 

Cypress, Mis 2,460 

Eldorado E*; Saline; 8S; 7E 



Palestine, Mis 
Tar Springs, Mis 
Cypress, Mis 

Eldorado W*; Saline; 8S; 6E 



1,900 
2,135 



300 

120 

80 

40 

120 

80 



120 
80 
20 
10 



55.9 3,782.9 









20 


#6 Coal, Pen 


390 


1978 


10 


Palestine, Mis 


1,923 


1960 


10 



33.5 1,045.2 



23.3 32.6 



23 

14 
1 
6 



875 1962 1,000 8.3 366.2 15 



18 
3 
2 
4 
4 
2 



L 12 X Sil 2,946 



S 
















5 








5 








1 









Mis 1 , 380 



S 10 X Trn 1,970 



AL St.P 4,120 



AM Trn 2,608 



L 5 MC Mis 3,340 



A Dev 3,059 



L 6 X Sil 575 



S 4 



S 27 



Mis 2,823 



1 S 10 AL Ord 4,217 



S 20 M St. P 2,997 



S 11 X Pen 478 



Mis 2,377 







A 


Mis 


3, 


s 


20 


AL 






s 


20 


AL 






s 


17 


AL 






s 


5 








s 


20 


X 











A 


Mis 


3, 


S 


30 


AL 






S 


20 


AL 







Mis 3,138 



66 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



Mil I i » continued 



Gas production 
million cu ft Number Oi mill Pay zone 



I Laid; county; Year Area Com- Pro- Kind of rock, De A P .* Bt 

it Ion llv z '" u ' of proved To end Completed pleted Aban- duclng average thickness 



bv township Depth dis- in During of to end in doned end of In feet. Depth 

and rang! Nama and age (ft) covery acres 1979 1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year structure Zone (ft) 

Pick] in; Douglas; 16N; 8E 

Spar Mtn, Mis 1,444 1966 40 1 00S20X Cam 5,301 

Fishhook Gas; Adams, 1'ike; 3-4S; 4-5W 

Edgewood, Sil 450 1955 7,260 240.4 240.4 69 5 L 5 X St.P 1,018 
Freeburg* 11 "; St. Clair; 1-2S; 7W 

Cypress 380 1956 700 x 29 S 30 X Ord 2,008 
Gillesple-Benld (Gas) TT ; Macoupin; 8N; 6W 



Unnamed, Pen 540 1923 80 135.8 5 S * A Pen 603 

Abd 1935 



Gillespie W; Macoupin; 8N; 7W 



Unnamed, Pen 525 1958 10 1 S * X Pen 565 

Abd 19 76 

Grandview-Inclose; Clark, Edgar; 12-13N; 13-14W 



1941 1,190 113.7 x 54 10 1 20 M Ord 2,694 

Gas, Pen 400 1,150 53 10 S * ML 

Salem, Mis 570 40 10 L 2 ML 

Greenville Gas*; Bond; 5N; 3W 



Lindley (1st and 925 1910 180 990.0 4 S * A Trn 3,184 
2nd), Mis Abd 1923; rev 1957; abd 1958 

Harco, Harco E, Harco S, and Raleigh S*; Saline; 8S; 5E 

X, Mis « 1954 x 9.8 2,398.9 x 1 Mis 3,455 

Harrisburg*; Saline; 8S; 6E 



Tar Springs, Mis 2,085 1952 160 93.2 1 S 6 X Mis 2,930 

Abd 19 71 

Herald C*; Gallatin, White; 6-8S; 9-10E 

1939 1,080 x 19 A Dev 5,285 

Anvil Rock, Pen 700 360 9 S 25 AL 

Pennsylvanian 1,750 120 3 S 18 AL 

Waltersburg, Mis 2,240 120 3 S 10 A 

Tar Springs 2,315 480 4 S 6 AL 

Hutton C*; Coles; UN; 10E 

Pennsylvanian 620 1965 80 2 S x X Mis 969 

Jacksonville (Gas)*; Morgan; 15N; 9W 



Gas, Pen, Mis 330 1910 1,320 x 45 00LS5ML Ord 1,390 

Abd 1939 

Johnston City E; Williamson; 8S ; 3E 

Tar Springs, Mis 1,930 1965 80 931.3 4 S 10 X Mis 2,997 
Kansas Gas; Edgar; 13N; 14N 

Unnamed, Pen 410 1958 30 x 3 S x x Mis 778 

Keenville; Wayne; IS; 5E 

Salem, Mis 3,620 1978 x 172. 3 f 307. 3 + L 8 Mis 4,050 

Lawrence; Lawrence; 3N; 12W 

McClosky, Mis 2,050 1975 10 1 L x Cam 9,261 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 67 



TABLE 9 -continued 






Gas production 
million cu ft 



Number of wells 



Pay zone 



Field; county; 

location 

by township 



Pay zone 



Year Area 
of proved 



Pro- Kind of rock, Deepest 



To end Completed pleted Aban- ducing average thickness 



Depth dis- in During of to end in doned end of in feet, Depth 

andrange" Name and age (ft) covery acres 1979 1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year structure Zone (ft) 



Livingston E; Madison; 6N; 6W 






Pennsylvanian 


540 


1951 


Livingston S*; Madison; 6N; 6W 






Pennsylvanian 


530 


1950 


Louden*' 1 ' 1 "; Fayette; 7N; 3E 







Burtschi, Pen 1,000 

Tar Springs, Mis 1,170 

Main C*; Crawford, Lawrence; 5-8N; 10-14W 

1906 

Robinson, Pen 1,000 

Hardinsburg, Mis 1,075 

Cypress, Mis 1,425 

Aux Vases, Mis 1,52 7 1959 



40 



1937 1,760 95.1 
320 
1,440 



160 
320 

70 



40 



60 



Marion E*; Williamson; 9S; 3E 

Aux Vases, Mis 2,406 1966 
Marissa W(Gas)*; St. Clair; 3S; 7W 

Cypress, Mis 241 1960 
Mattoon*; Coles; 12N; 7E 

Devonian 3,124 1948 1,060 533.7 

Mt. Olive*; Montgomery; 8N; 5W 

Pottsville, Pen 605 1942 100 
New Athens Gas; St. Clair; 2S ; 7W 

Cypress, Mis 250 1961 250 124.7 
New Harmony C*; White, Wabash, Edwards; IN; 1-5S; 13-14W 



Pennsylvanian 764 1974 
New Hebron E*; Crawford; 6N; 12W 

Robinson, Pen 866 1968 
Omaha*; Gallatin; 7-8S; 8E 



10 



1940 
Palestine, Mis 1,865 1973 
Tar Springs, Mis 1,900 1940 



Panama*; Bond, Montgomery; 7N ; 3-4W 



Pennsylvanian 
Benoist, Mis 



575 
865 



130 

10 

120 



280 
160 
120 



Pittsburg N Gas*; Williamson; 8S; 3E 

Hardinsburg, Mis 2,151 1962 20 
Pittsfield (Gas); Pike; 5S ; 4-5W 

Niagaran, Sil 265 1886 8,960 



Abd 19 30 



Plainview*; Macoupin; 8N; 8W 
Pennsylvanian 



14 
5 
9 



7,997.7 35 



222.8 10 



68 



S 12 X Mis 815 



S 2 ML Sil 1,735 



A 
S 20 AL 

S 2 AL 



X 


3 












M 


X 


2 







S 


x 


ML 


1 










S 


40 


ML 


2 










s 


6 


ML 


7 


1 







s 


8 


ML 



S 25 



2 14 L 4 



S 13 



S 12 



D 
S D 

S 15 D 



S 30 A 

S 12 A 



S 6 



Pc 8,616 



St.P 5,317 



S 4 X Mis 2,642 



Ord 2,413 



St. P 4,915 



S 6 A Sil 1,878 



Mis 400 



Shk 7,682 



Mis 1,571 



Dev 5,320 



Ord 2,950 






Mis 3,070 



441 1961 



60 



L 10 A Pc 2,226 



S 20 X Pen 563 



68 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I ABLE l > continued 



Gas production 
million cu ft Number of wella Pay zone 



li.UI; county; Year Area Com- Pro- Kind oi rock, Deepest 

Location I '' 1V zo '"' of proved 



by township Depth dis- in During of to end in doned end of In feet, Depth 

in. I range Name and age (ft) covery acres 1979 1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year structure Zone (ft) 

i. ui lt t>*; Morgan; lbN; 8W 

Pennsylvanian 260 1953 290 7 S 15 X Ord 1,513 
Raleigh*; Saline; 8S; 6E 

Waltersburg, Mis 2,307 1962 50 7.8 570.3 2 1 S 7 X Dev 5,511 
Redmon N; Edgar; 14N; 1 3W 

Pennsylvanian 365 1955 50 2 S 3 X Mis 450 
Richwood (Gas)'i'i ; Crawford; 6N; 11W 

Pennsylvanian 612 1959 160 28.6 4 S 9 X Pen 1,001 
Roland C*; Gallatin; 7S; 8E 

Waltersburg, Mis 2,150 1940 160 1 S 19 AL Dev 5,266 
Russellville Gas*; Lawrence; 4-5N; 10-11W 



1937 1,800 7,081.6 60 A Dev 3,133 

Bridgeport, Pen 760 x x 18 S 15 AL 

Buchanan, Pen 1,100 * » 42 S 12 AL 

Abd 1949 

St. Libory; St. Clair; IS; 6W 



Cypress, Mis 


622 


1965 


40 


Benoist, Mis 


754 


1964 


40 


Aux Vases , Mis 


825 


1964 


160 


Silurian 






160 



1964 280 152.8 152.8 8 10 3 Sil 1,997 

1 S 11 X 

1 S 22 X 

4 S 10 X 

4 L X 



Spanish Needle Creek (Gas); Macoupin; 9N; 7W 



Unnamed, Pen 305 1915 80 14.4 7 S x D Trn 2,070 

Abd 19 34 



Sparta*; Randolph; 4-5S; 5-6W 



Cypress, Mis 850 1888 160 x 18 S 7 D Trn 3,130 

Abd 1900 

Staunton (Gas)*; Macoupin; 7N; 7W 

Unnamed, Pen 460 1916 400 1,050.0 18 S x A Ord 2,371 

Abd 1919 

Stiritz*; Williamson; 8S; 2E 

Tar Springs, Mis 1,951 1971 10 68.1 1 S 14 Mis 2,756 

Storms C*; White; 5-6S; 9-10E 



1939 440 x 9 A Dev 5,174 

Gas, Pen 1,090 170 2 S 40 Af 

Waltersburg, Mis 2,230 280 7 S 15 AL 

Stubblefield S*; Bond; 4N; 4W 



1962 240 13.4 370.5 11 3 Dev 2,455 

Pennsylvanian 590 1971 20 S x x 

Cypress, Mis 920 1962 220 S x x 

Sumner S (Gas); Lawrence; 3N; 13W 

Aux Vases, Mis 2,566 1959 40 2 S 10 Mis 2,990 
Tamaroa*; Perry; 4S; 1W 

Cypress, Mis 1,120 1942 20 2 S 13 AL Trn 4,287 

Tilden N Gas' 1 "" 1 "; Washington, St. Clair; 3S; 5-6W 

Cypress, Mis 780 1961 x x S 25 Ord 2,810 



OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS 69 



TABLE 9 -continued 



Field; county; 
location 
by township 
and range 



Pay zone 



Name and age 



Gas production 
million cu ft 



Number of wel] s 



Pay zone 



Year Area 
of proved 



Deepest 
test 



Depth dis- in During 
(ft) covery acres 1979 



Com- Pro- Kind of rock, 

To end Completed pleted Aban- ducing average thickness 

of to end in doned end of in feet, Depth 

1979 of 1979 1979 1979 year structure Zone (ft) 



Waggoner* ; 


Montgomery; UN; 5W 








Pottsville, Pen 


523 


1959 


Wamac E*^ 


Marion; IN; IE 








Petro, Pen 


856 


1958 


Waverly* +i ' 


Morgan; 13N; 8W 











1946 


900 


Pennsylvanian 


250 




160 


Devonian 


1,000 




700 


Trenton, Ord 


1,513 


1963 


40 



Westfield E*; Clark; 12N; 14W 
Pennsylvanian 

Totals for Illinois (estimated) 



400 1947 



33,790 1,584.7 30,426.4 




17 



S 2 X Sil 1,945 



M Dev 3,405 







A 


s 


13 


AL 


L 


10 


A 


L 


x 


X 



Ord 2,070 






70 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



Part II. Waterflood Operations 

Jaclyn Rendall Elyn 



SUMMARY OF SECONDARY 
RECOVERY OPERATIONS 

In 1979, 3 waterflood projects were reported for 
the first time by their respective operators. Seven- 
teen waterfloods were reported abandoned during 
the year or earlier. 

Data for older waterfloods, active and aban- 
doned, and information for the newly reported 
projects are included in table 1 1 and summarized 
in tables 10, 12, 13, and 14. 

A total of 1 10 pay acres was added in 1979 to 
the pay area under fluid injection, bringing the 
total to 417,352 acres. Pressure maintenance area 
remains at 5,378 acres, and waterflood acreage is 
41 1,974. Total pay acreage in Illinois, primary and 
secondary, increased to 807,435 at the end of 
1979. Waterflood acreage is 51.0 percent of the 
total pay in Illinois. 

Secondary recovery oil production in 1 979 was 
12,249,100 barrels, a decline of 8 percent from 
1978. Waterfloods accounted for 12,114,300 
barrels or 55.6 percent of the total oil produced 
during 1979 in Illinois; pressure maintenance 
projects reported 134,800 barrels or 0.6 percent of 
the total oil produced during 1979. 

The assistance of the operators in making their 
waterflood data available to the Illinois State 
Geological Survey is acknowledged with gratitude. 



EXPLANATION OF TABLES 

Table 10, "Project Numbers by County and Sum- 
mary of Waterflood Projects in 1979," lists the 
counties having waterflood activity, the range of 
county numbers, and the number and status of 
projects in each county. 



Table 11, "Waterflood Operations in Illinois, 
1979," is a summary of the data for each secondary 
recovery project, active and abandoned. Most of 
the data supplied by the operator are included in 
this table. If no data are reported to the Illinois 
State Geological Survey for a project, estimates 
of water injection and water production are made 
on the basis of past performance. Oil production 
figures are obtained from the Petroleum Informa- 
tion Corporation's production reports. 

Table 12, "Illinois Waterfloods for 1979 by 
Counties," is a summary of waterflood data for 
each county. For those waterfloods that are located 
along county lines and extend into more than one 
county, the project is assigned to the county in 
which the larger areal portion is located. Data are 
tabulated as though the entire project were in that 
county. 

Table 13, "Illinois Oil Fields Having Active 
Waterfloods During 1979," is a tabulation of sta- 
tistics for those fields in which secondary recovery 
oil is being produced. 

Table 14, "Summary of Waterflood Statistics 
1949-1979," is a tabulation of waterflood data, 
compiled on an annual basis for the past 3 1 years. 



CONCLUSIONS 

In spite of the fact that waterflood operations 
appear to have been applied to almost all of the 
productive acreage in Illinois in which waterflooding 
is feasible, the total secondary recovery acreage is 
only slightly more than 50 percent of the total 
productive acreage. This relationship has existed 
for the past 12 years and will probably continue 
into the future. 



WATERFLOOD OPERATIONS 



71 



ABBREVIATIONS 

The following abbreviations are used in tables 10 through 14: 

abd - abandoned incl - includes, including, included 

adj - adjacent inj - injection 

cum - cumulative N.A. - not available 

D.F. - dump flood op - operator, operation 

disc - discontinued P.M. - pressure maintenance 

est - estimate, estimated prim - primary 

e.xcl - exludes, excluding, excluded prod - production 

form - formerly S.D. - shut down 
temp - temporary, temporarily 



72 ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I \UI 1 10. Project numbers by county and summary of wateiflood projects in 1979 



oJ coun i y 
numbe i a 



Count v 



Art Lv« 
water- 

I loud'. 



A, I i vr 

pressure 

in, i i i, i , n. mi . 



00 1-00/ 
100-10 7 
i iii 13] 
too- )9 i 
uni-420 
300-525 
589-698 
700-708 
B00 BO 
900-907 
1000-1040 
1100-1 121 
1200-1255 
1300-1344 
1400-1458 
1500-1578 
1900-1931 
2000-2037 
2200-2295 
2 300- 
2400- 
2500-2509 
2600-2640 
2900- 
3100-3101 
3400-3449 
3600-362 7 
3800-3803 
3836-3999 
4000-4026 
4046-4199 
4200-4458 
4501-4505 



Bond 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

CI inton 

Coles 

Crawford 

Cumber 1 and 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Lawrence 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Montgomery 

Perry 

Richland 

Saline 

Shelby 

Wabash 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Williamson 

Total 



4 

8 

7 

49 

14 

11 

44 

5 



7 

24 

18 

45 

25 

27 

29 

13 

23 

66 



1 

7 

26 



2 

23 

16 

3 

85 

25 

91 

147 

5 

850 





21 

42 

6 

15 

48 

3 

3 

1 

16 

4 

10 

19 

32 

48 

18 

13 

27 

1 



3 

14 

1 



26 

11 

1 

70 

2 

61 

112 



631 



7 

8 

28 

91 

21 

26 

92 

8 

3 

8 

41 

22 

55 

44 

59 

77 

31 

37 

93 

1 

1 

10 

40 

1 

2 

49 

27 

4 

155 

27 

152 

259 

5 

1,484 



WATERFLOOD OPERATIONS 



73 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

• PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTIC* CM BBlS) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 
PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 

* ■ AgO 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



• PAT NAME • 



LOCATION 
8 • T ■ R 



WATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 
PRODUCTION 



WATER 

PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUN, * TOTAL • CUM, * TOTAL • CUM, • 

• 19T9 • 12/T9 t 1979 . 12/79 . 1979 • 12/79 • 



AB LAKE W, GALLATIN 
•I*1T COT OIL CO 

• Hit COY OIL CO 

• MSI PAUL I, KNIGHT 

ADEN C. HAMILTON, WAYNE 
4181 BARBER OIL 

4196 PAIRFIELO OIL CO 
•4101 TEXACO, INC, 
•4101 TEXACO, INC. 

ADEN S, HAMILTON 
•1521 M, WEINERT EST, 



AKIN, FRANKLIN 

•1J10 C. E, BREHM 

1311 C, E, BREHM 

•131T C. E, BREHM 

1321 C. E, BREHM 

•1327 PAHRAR OIL CO, 

ALBION C, EOWAROS, WHITE 

1001 ACME CABINS 

• ion acme cabins 

1002 NICK BABARE 



1020 

• 4101 

• 4202 

• 1014 

• 1031 

•10H 
1004 

1026 
4100 
4308 

1005 
10)5 

• 1000 
•1018 

4321 



C. E. 

CONCHO 

CONCHO 

CONTIN 

DELTA 

FIRST 

OETTY 

JSH 01 

MOBIL 

MOBIL 



BREHM 
PET, CO, 
PET, CO, 

ENTAL OIL 
OIL CORP, 
NATL PET 
OIL CO 
L CO 

OIL CORF, 
OIL CORP, 



BERNARD POQOLSKY 
RK PET, CORP, 
REBSTOCK OR CO, 
REBBTOCK OIL CO, 
J, W, RUOY ORLC, 



4414 J. W, RUOY DRLG, 



1012 
1013 



103T 
1003 



SABER OIL CO 
SABER OIL CO 

SO, TRIANGLE CO, 
SUPERIOR 0|L CO. 



AB LAKE WEST UNIT 

AB LAKE WEST UNIT 
60L0EN.C0NN 



NORTH AOEN UNIT 

SW FAIRPIELO UNIT 
AOEN SOUTH 
ADEN SOUTH 



SOUTH ADEN UNIT 



LAMIQ TRUSTEE A U 

AKIN SE U 

U 8 COAL S COKE 

U » STEEL 

AKIN UNIT 



SOUTH ALBION U BIEHL 
8 ALBION L BIEHL U 
H.WICK 



MICHAELS 

NORTH CR08SVILLE UNIT 

N CR08SVILLE U 

STAFFORD 

HORTONaHQRKB 

BROWN 

SW ALBION BIEHL SO U 

HAaw£LL>M088BAHSER 

BIEHL U 1 

w srayvillc u 

albion e u 

rk east albion unit 

BIEHL U 2 

EAST ALBION UNIT 

ROBINSON 

6RIESBAUM 



BUnTins LSt 
ALBION U 

SOUTH ALBION WF 
30,31>28«UE 8RBU 1 



WALTERBBURO J0.Jl.8S.l0E 
AUK VASES 3Q.J1.BB.10E 
WALTERSBURG »9, 31 , 32.8S.10E 



1004 SUPERIOR OIL CO, SOUTH ALBION UNIT 2 



1032 SUPERIOR OIL CO, 



10)6 SUPERIOR OR CO, 
•1030 TEXACO, INC, 
10)t TEXACO, INC, 



WORKS UNIT 



WILLETT 
BARNES EAST 
S, WORKS 



• 43SJ 

10)1 



P. 0, WALL 
WARRIOR OIL CO, 



GRAYVILLE WEST U 
E.ALBION WALT, BAND U, 



ALBION EAST, EDWARDS 
1040 JANETIS OIL PROP ALBION EAST 



ALLENOALE, LAWRENCE, WABAS 

J964 ABHLANO AND R 

J90S BEULIGMANN ET AL 

•3885 JOHN BLtOSOE, JR 

•J88S CHARLES E. CARR 

•)8*T G. 8, INGLE 

• J971 T. W, GEORGE EST. 

• mo H AND H OIL CO 

• 3900 CECIL A. HAHNAN 
)8)8 HOCKING OIL 

• )869 ILLINOIS OIL CO, 
)S*« ILLINOIS OIL CO, 

• J4Q* ILLINOIS OIL CO, 

• J»4* IND, FARM BUR, 

• J*98 IND. FARM BUR, 
)88S JACK KENEIPP 

)966 JACK KENEIPP 

• )«M JACK KENEIPP 



FRIEND8V1LLE COOP 

PR1CE.R0BINSUN 

HOVERHALE 

NAVLOR.ROBSN.PAVNE 

PATTON COOP 

YOUNG WF 

BUCHANAN 

GlLLIATT.ALKA 

JOHN SCHAFER 

FRENCH ET AL 

PRICE HEIRS 

YOUNG 

WOODS 'C 

KEYSER 'B* 

HERBHEY'COGAN 

C06AN 

WAL8ER 



AUX VA8E8 

MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 



AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
HCCLOSKY 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 



2B,)t,]J.2S.TE 

*,S,8.3S.7E 

22'2S.TE 

8,»,16,IT,»0.J8.TE 
«,9,l6,17,20.)8.Tfc 



29,)Q.J8.7E 



36.feS.4E 
25.6S.4t 
23.68.4E 
26>68.4E 
35.6S.4E 



326* 



10 



BIEHL 

BIEHL 

BRIDGEPORT 

WALTENBBURS 

OHARA 

RIEHL 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 

HCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

AUX VASES 

BIEHL 

BETHEL 

BIEHL 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 

AU> VASES 

BIEHL 

AUX VASES 

TAR SPRINGS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

OMAHA 

AUX VASES 

OHARA 

BETHEL 

BIEHL 

WALTERSBURG 

MANSFIELD 

BRIDGEPORT 

BIEHL 

WALTERSBURO 

AUX VASES 

WALTERSBURG 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

HCCLOSKY 

WALTERSBURG 

WALTERSBURG 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

WALTERSBURG 



1,2.38-lOE 

1.3S.10EI3S, 36.28. 10E 
24-2S.10E 



tl.38.10F 

27,)4,3S.)S.10E 

34, J5.38- I0t 

13.2S.10F 

13.28.10E 

6.2S-11E 

2,ll,l*.3S.lOE 

15.JS.tOE 

22,23*)S.10E 

2).)S«tOE 

(•2S.lOEl6.2S.llE 
6.2S.11E, 1-2S-10E 
14.JS.1QE 

36.iS.10r, 31.1S.HE 
2J.J8.10E 

26-)S.10r 



I2-2S.1UE 
12»28.1UE|», 18.28. HE 

24, 25. 28. IDE 
>5,)6.2S.10E 

30.J1-2S.ltE 
1,2, 11, IF. 38. lOE 



18, 19.28. |1E 



30-28.1 IE 
24.28.10E 

13.28.10E 



22'JS.lOe 
31.1S.14W) 6.28.14* 



T5« 



CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

OHARA 



26.2S.14W 



BIEHL 

BIEHL 

BETHEL 

RIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

ST, LOUIS 

BIEHL 

BRIDGEPORT 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 



30.IN.12W 

i4.lN.lgw 

36.2N.12W 

8.1N-1FW 

2B.|N>12W 

1-1N-12W 

J3.iN.l2w 

13- in. 12* 

13-1N.12W 

32'IN.lgW 

2-1N-12W 

1-1N-12W 

20. in. iaw 

1 J-1N.12W 

35.2N.12W 
3S.2N.1iw 

2.1N.12W 



46J 
20* 

136 

148 

110 
25* 



IS* 

TO* 



80« 
100« 

IS5« 

646 

354 

207 
137 



Tl 
68 

242 
5 

• l 

16 
142 



10*1 




164* 




526* 


214 




• 




• 


400* 




T0» 




40Q* 


1645* 


9.2* 


45* 


J28«* 


169S* 


*660*« 










1644 


0,9 


137 


10 


796 


61)8 




1050 




6418* 


6506 




66U 




• 



24T7 



109 
2J41. 

129 

604* 

)60* 



3620* 
3226 
75» 2350* 



3620 
668 
625 

2000* 
120* 
22348 
569* 

4957 

296S 



2259 

1639* 
4194* 
1756 
219* 

372* 



1335* 

3)16* 

1)36* 
14)66 

4720 
8777 
6854 
2)05 
1)28 
1033 
260* 

39 

5818 

178 

544* 

1755 



219* 
5876 



U7l 



0.6 

O.B 

6.4 
3.3 

4.2 



3.0 
0.9 
4,9 
4.9 

1.8 
2.6 



1.4 
4.3 



4.7 
7.1 



9.5 

1U,4 



15. 6« 



12.3* 



5.4 
5.2 



1.1 
42.2 



1T6 



260 

42 

1)6 

66 



704 
161 



14) 
)t) 

56 

4J 
126*« 

14*4 
1744 

4U 

1)60 

418 

20U 
117 
6tU* 
146 
15 

31 



157* 
36) 



103 

2U27 



5*3 

33 

121 



61* 
758 



349 



75* 
75* 



454 
2U* 
59 
39 

29 
25* 



IS* 

70* 



8U* 
100* 



155* 
38) 



96 
81 



320* 
299« 

146 



2534« 

2)67 
2237* 



550* 

1270 
69 
637 
2030« 
100* 
12275 
569* 
373) 
956 

11*5 
)6J< 

UI5« 
469 
17). 

368. 



1JJS* 
1)66* 



789« 
7540 



604* 18626* 



240* 1057* 



1119 

537 

1735 



265* 
2562 



142* 1132* 



• 


4970* 


2.S 


322 


• 


454l« 


60> 


537* 


2.4 


39 


60* 


44«t 




64* 




2* 




12* 




1000** 




200** 




1000** 




1000** 




160** 




590** 




208* 




4 




• 




367 




44 




26 




2733 




244 






1 


1 


0,4 


1 


1 


1 




39 




10 




5 


* 


226** 


♦ 


16* 


• 


l»l** 




4547* 




205** 




1)41** 




63) 




45 




554 




)0) 




20 




• 




9* 










20* 


720* 


1.2 


T8* 


20* 


■Tim 


13* 


U02* 


1.1* 


202* 


25** 


1967** 


to* 


JM» 












26 




5 




6 



74 



in Illinois, 1979 

• REBIRVOtR ITtrilTICI (AV, VALUE) • DEVELOPMENT »» OF 11-31-79 • INJIXTION -»Tl» • 

• MILD, COUNTY • • * . * NO. Of • • BOURC1 TYPE t 

• — .... — — • »»PH. OIL • OATE • DATE • M(Lll • ACRES • 8DMAN0 (f)tP«e»H • 

• PROJ. • OlfTH • N(T • FOR • (ND)*6M*V • PIA6T • A60. • • UNDER • SFtfiRAVEL f») ■•RlNC • 

• NO, • (FT) * PAY • (I) • ((API)* INJ, . .INJ..PRQD.. INJ, • »FOD»PROOUCIO (M)iHJI|D * »l*k»Ki 

• • • (FT)* • • • • • • • • BHaBHALLOW • 



AB LAKE w, BALLaUn 

• KIT tMS |T,0 l*.3 10 16.4 07-5* Q6-6« 6 < 160 

• 1411 ITSO 10,0 i*,3 17 J7.1 07-1* ufc.fct 1 I JO 

• l«lt 1000 15.0 09-64 11-71 I 9 40 



IH BRAv, PENN 10 (F) «INCL 1411 

•H BRAV, PCNN 10 (71 nINCL WITH 1*17 

PRODUCED(B) •EBTIHATEU 



ADEN C, HAMILTON, WAYNE 



•Mil 

« 158 

••101 
• •101 



3190 
3150 

3150 
1100 
3150 



U.O 

l«,o 

•.0 

10,0 

S.t 



U.o 
at. o 

11.0 



19* 

ISO 



•DIN t, HAMILTON 

• isii sio ai.o 

3335 |0,0 
33*0 t.O 



AKIN, FRANKLIN 



•1310 
Hit 

• UlT 
1321 

•HIT 

ALBION Ci 

1001 

• 1011 
1001 



1010 
■•101 

• 4101 
•1014 

• 101B 

• 1019 
1006 
1016 
4100 
4106 

1005 
10J5 

• 1000 

• lOie 

4311 

44J4 



1011 

1033 



10JT 
1003 



1004 



1031 



1016 
• 1030 

1019 



• 4333 

1031 



3100 
3110 
1640 

3100 
3060 

EONARO 

10T3 

1060 

1990 

1310 

3190 

1099 

1690 

1460 

3111 

3110 

3009 

1690 

mo 

1900 
1*30 

3160 
3030 
3010 
1*00 
3000 
1434 
1431 
17T0 
1*90 
3060 
3130 
3019 
3060 
3000 
1019 
140U 
1630 
16T0 
1090 
1400 
3090 
1396 
1919 
3040 
3066 
1400 
13T0 
I9T0 
3041 
3110 
1690 
1190 



10. 
10,0 
19,0 
16,0 
U.T 

IS, WH 
16,0 

'.* 

11,0 

ta.o 
to.o 

8.0 

II. o 

t.o 

«.o 

10,0 

ai.o 
it.* 

6,0 

at. a 

u.o 

16,0 
15,0 
U.S 
30,0 
U.3 
10,0 
10,0 
15.0 

U.O 

16,0 
6,0 

19,0 

13.0 
6,0 

1*,3 
T.t 

10,0 

it.a 

19,6 



6,0 
6,0 

'.o 

6,0 
»,9 

10,0 

6.0 

16,0 

33.0 

It.O 

it.a 



ao,9 

U.o 



ITE 
10.0 
It. 8 



16,0 
16,0 
»t,S 



18,0 
10.1 



U.S 

18,0 



13,0 
18.9 
16.6 

10.6 

ao.a 

16.2 

u.2 

10.6 
19,0 
U.t 
U.8 

u.a 

i«.a 

U.o 

It.T 

19,0 
IT.O 
80,6 



ITS 

90 



100 
364 



696 

190 
263 



303 
13 



13 
47 
T4 
93 

336 



460 
10 
33 

3003 
209 

21 

193 
203 

90 
167 



lt.0 
38.0 

40,0 
37,0 
3T.0 



38,0 
34,0 

36,0 
3T.0 



33.6 

32.3 



37.0 
3T.0 
39,0 



12.2 

36,0 



15,0 IS 41.0 



15.6 
1T.S 

33,0 



IT, 3 39 J9.0 



36,0 

16,0 

16.0 
3T.0 



14,0 



18,0 
39,0 



36,0 
36,0 



01-64 
01-64 
01-61 

06-46 

06-46 



01-60 
10-61 
13-61 

06-69 

01-66 



11-55 
04*91 
01-71 
01-71 
07-91 
6-56 
10-51 
10-31 
09-43 
01-97 
04-91 
01-99 
06-61 
06-46 
02-66 

03-68 
10-66 
09-90 
11-99 
06-69 
11-69 
11-71 



ll-»» 
02-66 

02-72 
01-99 

01-67 
06-96 
06-96 

06-60 
06-96 
12-69 



10-69 
11-63 
11-69 



03-61 

10-69 



03-66 
03-66 



03-64 04-TO 



11-61 
12-T6 



05-76 



01-71 



12-36 
12-96 
12-56 

01-T4 
0T.35 



Ol-Tl 
12-67 



01-72 
01-67 



01-68 



12-66 



01-71 



|0 



11 

6 

1 

12 

9 



1000 

1000 

100 

640 

640 



190 

110 

80 



120 

190 

60 

60 

100 



110 

120 

30 

40 

80 

30 

FSO 

100 

60 

70 

30 

403 

10 

170 

160 

160 

90 

70 

50 

340 

40 

30 

20 

60 

20 

30 

200 

120 

100 

222 

32S 

90 

2ST 

80 

60 

1T0 

70 

100 

90 

200 

40 

40 

30 

40 

10 

229 

68 



FENN 80,,PH0DC6) 

FtNN 80, PROD (B) 
FRQOuCCO (B) 
FROOUCEO (B) 



FENN 80, FNOD (B) 



CYPRESS IF) 

FENN 80, FROO II) 
FENN 60, FROO (B) 
FENN 80, FROD (B) 
• SWO SINCE 1971 



FROOUCEO (Bl 
FRODuCeO (B) 
FROOUCEO (B) 



RIVER, FROU (M) 
RIVER, FROD (H) 
FROOUCEO (B) 
FROOUCEO (8) 
MAROINSBURI. (B) 
GRAVEL, FROO (M) 
FROOUCEO ft!) 
RIVER, FROD (M) 
SHALLOW SO, FRUO(M) 

PURCHASED (F) 
CITT WATER (F) 
RIVER, FROD, fM) 
FENN 80, FROO (B) 
FROOUCEO (B) 

FROOUCEO(B) 



PRODUCED f») 
PENN SO, PROD (B) 

PENN SANO (B) 
SH SO, PROD (M) 

SRAVEL BED, PROD (M) 



SH 80 (F) 



PRODUCED (6) 
SH SO (F) 
FROOUCEO Co) 
PRODUCEO(B) 



BIEHL, FROO. Col 
BRAV, PROD (M) 



•1-79 TO 10.79I.INCL BOTH PAYS 
••THRU 1979 

•INCL 4102 
■INCL WITH 4101 



•NO M.F.OIL RECOVEREO 
•INJ, CURTAILED 9-76 
•ESTIMATEO SINCE 1966 
•INJ. DISC, 79 
•ESTIMATED! «SWO SINCE 1971 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1967 
•ESTIMATEO 

•EST.tAOJ.TQ PROJ 1U06 SINCE 96 



•EST .INCL PRIH SINCE 1-97 
•EST. .INCL. PRIH, 32-99 

• ESTI OP SUSPENDED 1970-72 



•ESTIMATEO SINCE 1977 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1969 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1976 

•ESTIMATED SINCE i 976 



•EST .InCl PRIH PROD 
•ESTIMATED SINCE |9T3 

•ESTIMATED 
•INCL ALL PAYS 



•INCL ALL PAY8I.TEMF ABO 6-66 TO 
9-78| (TEMP ABD 1-68 TQ 6-77 



•8WD ONLY 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1968 



ALBION EAST, EDWARDS 
1040 2770 19,0 
2890 10,0 
SOTO 8,0 



09-72 



16 



40 
160 
220 



PENN 8AN0,PR0D(M) 



•ESTIMATEO 



ALLENDALE 


, LAWRENCE, WABASH 










3969 


1600 


19,0 


t«.a 


133 


33.0 


10-60 




3902 


1471 


10,0 


U.O 




33.0 


12-69 




• 3869 


1946 


30,0 


• ••» 


TT 


36.6 


02-69 


01-72 


• 3644 


1S20 


T.O 








7-64 


12-76 


• 3647 


1020 


13.0 








7-53 


6-99 


• 3971 


1010 


19.0 








01-98 


04-63 


• 1990 


100U 


20,0 


16,0 


116 


39.0 


U"5* 


09-66 


• 3900 


1489 


15,0 


24,6 


1066 


32.9 


11-94 


04.44 


38)6 


1999 


5,0 


ia.o 






10-74 




•1669 


1975 


8,0 


U.o 


40 


36,0 


09-69 


01.70 


1699 


1120 


8,0 


U.o 


ISO 


34,0 


11-70 




•3906 


13T9 


1S.0 


U.o 


UO 


36,0 


01-98 


1-73 


• 3944 


1910 


15.0 






28,4 


11-93 


06-97 


•3491 


1490 


«.o 






3T.0 


07-94 


10-66 


1846 


1366 

1920 


12. 
16,0 








10-61 
07-62 


01.71 


3966 


1360 
1*10 


18,0 

10. 


U.o 






06-60 
04-61 




• 3999 


1993 


11,0 








07-62 


10-66 



100 PRODUCED (B) 

10 SH 80, FROO (M) 

20 SH 8b, FROO (H) 

100 PRODUCEO(B) 

90 FREBHSPROD.(M) 

40 SRAVEL BED (F) 

40 (RAVEL BED, RROO (Ml 

39 SH SO, FROO (M) 

70 PROOUCEO(B) 

10 SH SO (F) 

20 WELL (F) 

120 8H SO, PROD (H) 

1ST PRODUCED (0) 

60 *H 80, PROO (H) 

10 SH BU, PROO (M) 
20 

18 SH 80, PROD (M) 
U 

20 SH 80, PROD (M) 



•INJ OISC 11-78, SkO ONLY 

•ESTIMATED SINCE |9T6 

•NO DATA l466»69rINACTIVE 70.71 

•EST, .no DATA RCCEIVEO 

•EST. .NO DATA RECEIVEO 

•ESTIMATED! *INCL WITM 3906 



•ESTIMATED! ♦INJ, SUSP, 1.78 
•E8TIMATED7*INCL 1°7! 

•INCL WITH 1964 
•ESTIMATEOI .INCL BOTH PAY8 

•INCL BOTH PAYS* .E8TIMATE0 



75 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION 6TATIBTICS (M 8«l8) . 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



•IEL0. COUNTY 



PROJECT NO,, 
• 6 AID 



OPERATOR » 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



* PAT NAME . 



LOCATION 
8 • T . R 



MATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PROOUCTIOn 



WATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, i 

• 19T9 . U/79 . 147* * 11/79 • 1479 . 12/74 , 



ALLENDALE, LAWRENCE, WABASH 
CONTINUED 



• 9492 


L ANO M DRILLING 


STANLEY PRICE 


biehl 


I9.jN.liw 


)909 


HERMAN LOEB 


ALLENDALE (FLOOD 1*) 


BIEHL 

JUROAN 


3,4,9, 10.1N.I2W 


1671 


0, LUEPPLER ESTATE, 


FRIENOSVJLLE EAST U. 


BIEHL 


1S.19.1N.12WI 
13.24.lN.l3w 


IMS 


0, LOEFPLER ESTATE, 


8.U, ADAMS COOP 


CYPRESS 
BETHEL 


1S-IN.12W 


1*01 


0, LOEFPLER ESTATE, 


CLARK, BARTH..PINNICK 


TAR SPRINGS 


I9.JS.IN.12W 


1991 


0, LOEFPLER ESTATE, 


ALLENDALE WEST U 


BIIHL 


B.1N.12W 


1**6 


0. LOEFPLER ESTATE, 


|PARKS>PETER UNIT 


BIEHL 


3S«2N.12N 


1*09 


R 4 6 CORP, 


ALLENDALE U 


BIEHL 
JORDAN 


S.1N.12W 


)*n 


C, A, ROBINSON 


MAOOEN 


BIEHL 


S,T.1N.1|W 


•14)66 


ROYALCQ, INC, 


ALLENDALE U 


BETHEL 


11-1N.I2W 


• 1991 


ROYALCO, INC, 


STILLMELL COURIER U 


WALTERSBURG 
CTPRESS 


II.2I.1N.12W 


• 19J0 


SKILES OIL CORP, 


TElTON.NERZAN 


BIEHL 


9-IN.llw 


2111 


WAYNE SMITH, OP, 


SANO BARREN UNIT 1 


BIEHL 

JORDAN 


26.2N.12W 


tan 


MAYNE SMITH, OP, 


SAND BARREN UNIT t 


BIEHL 


21.26.2N.12w 


• 1901 


WAYNE SMITH, OP, 


TAYLOR'WHEATLEY 


BIEHL 

JORDAN 


T.1S.1N.12M 


• ]90t 


WAYNE SMITH, OP, 


SHAW.SMITHaNIGH 


BIEHL 
JORDAN 


39>2N.12W 


1(99 


•0, TRIANGLE CO, 


STOLTZ U 


BIEHL 


29-1N.12W 


• 1904 


TAMARACK PET, 


PATTON C 


CYPRESS 


2S«1N.12W 


• 2201 


TRIPLE B OIL CO 


HERSHET u 


BETHEL 


27,3*.39.2N.12W 


]Rtl 


UNIVERSAL OPRTNG 


LlTHERLANDaSMITH UNIT 


BIEHL 


9.1N.12W 


• 19T1 


UNIVERSAL OPRTNS 


SOUTH ALLENDALE 


BIEHL 


19.1N.12W 


• I860 


ZANETIS OIL P"OP 


HAWF 


CYPRESS 


19>1N.12W 


AtMLEY 


, WASHINGTON 








4023 


N, A, BALORIOGE 


ASHLEY 


BENOIST 


32.33.2S.1W 


ASHLEY 


E, WASHINGTON 








4022 


N. A, BALORIOGE 


ASHLEY EAST 


BENUIST 


29.26.2S.1W 


ASSUMPTION C, CHRISTIAN 








104 


FEAR AND OUNCAN 


ASSUMPTION WFU 


LINGLE 


17.20.11N.1E 


100 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM C 


BENOIST 


BENOIST 


3,4,9, 10. 13N.1E 


101 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM C 


OEVONIAN 


LINBLE 


3,4,9,10,13,16. 


101 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM C 


ROSICLARE 


SPAN MTN 


9, 10-lSN.lE 


109 


J, W, RUDT OSLO, 


PEABOOT'RIDGE 


LINI.IE 


16.13N.1E 


BARNMILL, WAYNE, WHITE 








•4103 


ASHLAND ANO R 


BARNHlLL U 


MCCLOSKY 


26,34,39.2S.8E 


4170 


BERNARD POOOLSKV 


BOZE UNIT 


AUK VASES 


27,2B,14.2S.8E 


4171 


BERNARO POOOLSKV 


CALOwELL UNIT 


AUK VASES 


34.2S.8E 


• 4l»» 


SAM TIPPS 


BOZE U 


AUK VASES 


26,31,34.28.61 


• 412* 


WAYNE OEV 


WALTER 


MCCLOSKY 


26.2S.SE 


• 4104 


WILLETS AND PAUL 


BAHNHILL UNIT 


AUK VASES 


27, 2B.2S.6E 


• 4109 


WlLLETI ANO PAUL 


BARNHILL UNIT 


OHARA 


27.2S.8E 


BARTELSO, CLINTON 








•01 


EO KAPES 


H.8, WOODARD, TRUSTEE 


CYPRESS 


3.8.1N.3W 


• 400 


T, R, KEHWIN 
WOBBEN OIL CO, 


BELLE OIL 


CYPRESS 


4.1N.3W 


• 401 


R06BEN OIL UNIT 


CYPRESS 


4.1N.1W 



BEAUCOUP, WASHINGTON 
4013 COLLINS BROS, 

BEAUCOUP S, WASHINGTON 
4009 SHELL OIL CO, 
400S GEORGE THOMPSON 



BEAUCOUP UNIT 



BEAUCOUP S. UNIT 
GILBERT 



CLEAR CHEEK 9,10>2S.2W 



BENOIST 31.14.2S.2W 

BENOIST 14.29.2w 



BEAVER CREEK, BOND, CLINTON 
• 1 T, M, CONREY, JR WRONE C 
2 R w B OIL PROP, HGNTJACOttS 



BEAVER CREEK S. BONO, CLINTON 
419 NICK BABARE HORO 

409 T, M, CONREV, JR 

BElLAJR, CRAWFORD, JASPER 

600 BELLAIR OIL 

601 BELLAIR OIL 
• 666 WAUSAU PET, CORP 



R.K.R.S 



BELLAIR 

FULTON (BELLAIR) 

BRANT 



BENOIST 
BENOIST 



BENOIST 

BENOIST 



36.qN.1W 
3l.4N.2N 



5.3N.2W 
12,13,14.3N-3W 



PENNSYLVNIN 2,U,12.RN.14W 
PENNSYLVNIN 1,2,11,1P.SN.14m 
CYPRESS 11.SN.14H 



BELLE PRAIRIE, HAMILTON 
1977 CANL BUSBY 

BEMAN, LANRENCE 
•2*48 E. L, WHITHER 
22S7 ZANETIS OIL PROP 

BENTON, FRANKLIN 
1300 SMELL OIL CO, 

1314 SHELL OIL CO, 



BENTON N, FRANKLIN 
•13IS FARRAR OIL CO, 



HLBK.8HPM0, LEACH, BONA MCCLOSKY t,2,ll-4S-6E 

DECATUR INVESTMENT 
ALEXANDER 



BENTON U 
SMELL-BENTON DEEP 

•ENTON NORTH UNIT 



300* 


SS7 
14099* 


IS, 6 


167 
2136 




346 


260* 


2269* 


B.2 


900 


260* 


1636* 


20* 


704* 


I.I 


TO 


20* 


942* 


60* 
19* 
30* 

• 


SIS* 
9230* 
1302* 
92T1* 


6,6 

U.6 
0.6 

• 


29 
929 

7* 
185* 


60* 
19* 

90* 

• 


203* 
3939* 

1140* 
4204* 




9SS** 

4764 
1 629 




16* 
113 
341 




300** 
1944* 
69] 


47 


• 
1S29 


2.0 


91 

397 


49 


Tl 
342S 


4 


797 

lilt 


T.l 


197 
217 


9 


142 

909 




1966 




120 




1466 


63* 

4 


71B* 

644* 

1329* 

167} 

S43 


9.7 

0.6 


97 
90* 
94* 
134 
36* 


69* 

4* 


933« 

147« 
937* 

11*9. 
2*7* 



191« 



143« 4J05* 



29* 403* 



190« 1484* 

1*6 6981 

S33 26700 

139 9263 

BQ* 1910* 



9137 

• 831* 

• 1881* 

119 

144 

4040 

91 



90* 2771* 
978 

3100 



93* 1431 



8.9 



1.9 



7.0 
9.9 

17.8 
2.2 

7.0 



1.6 

0.6 



1.1 



0.9 



29* 



264 



96 



196 
1*66 
2101 
1101 

171 



1239 

131 
93 
38 
II* 

4«1 

7 



1T9 

133* 

639* 



18 



60* 620* 



9,1* 



131* 



143* 



29* 



130< 

141 

513 

96 

80* 



11 
i 



50. 



191* 

4105* 

90S* 



1711* 
3663 

4606 
4*66 

1007* 



911 

1097 

119 

166Q 

2 



3020« 

167 
162| 



20* 717 



222 
6* 


10168 
1T1* 


6.4 
0.4* 


440 
• I* 


}60 
8* 


4027 

IT1. 


27 


106 
ITS 


l.t 


2} 

19 


26 


167 


• 
100* 


• 
2*T7« 


0.1 
6.7 


20 
24} 


100* 


14*1 4 


60* 
100* 


12071* 

62670* 
114} 


2.9 

11.6 


904 
1*42 

161 


60* 
)00* 


T793«» 
14932* 

360 



60* 360* 



8TE OEN 
STE BEN 


21.24.3N.11M 
21.lN.uw 


81 


661 

611 


1.1 


40 

21 


41* 


400 
960* 


TAR SPRINGS 

AUK VASES 

OHAHA 
MCCLOSKY 


21,24,29.26,19,36.66. 

ill 18, 10, 31-69. It 
29.16.6S.2E 


TIT 

904 


220046 

10112 


16.0 
18.0 


19961 

1660 


797 
169 


164760 
408) 


BETHEL 
AUK VASES 

OHAHA 


29, 19, 36. 58. IE 




1494 




740 




1699 



76 



iii Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTICS (AV, VALUE) 



development as of i*-si-74 



INJeCTIUN WATER 



• meld, COUNTY 



• PROJ, 

• NO, 



OEPTM 

C*T) 



• PERM. OIL • 
NET • 'ON • (MO).uBAV • 
'»» • (I) • »(AP!)« 
(FT)4 • • • 





• 




• 


NO. OF 


• 




DATE 


• 


OATt 


■ 


HELL* 


• 


ACRES 


FIRST 


• 


Adn, 


• 




• 


under 


1NJ. 


• 




• 


[NJ,«PROD 


, * 


INJ, 



source type 

SDlSANO CF>4PRESH 

GHlGRAVIL (bl.BBlNF 

• RO0«PRoiur-tn iM)«Mi«tD 
sh*«malloh 



ot"t»"8 



ALLENDALE, LAWRENCE, WABASH 
CONTINOED 

• 393* 1310 20,0 1S.0 
J'OS 1465 19,0 17. r 
1449 13,0 14,4 
1910 20.0 15.0 



3*71 

3883 

3101 
J491 
3496 

J404 



3911 

• 3964 

• 3993 

• 39*0 
2*31 

2*32 

•3*03 

• 340* 

3494 

»3904 

• 2*01 
3848 

• 3473 



1*46 
1110 

1300 
1900 
1379 
1300 
193* 
1490 
*1*0 
1900 
2000 
1400 
1300 
13*U 
12*0 
1400 
1440 
13*0 
1420 
1490 
180U 
2010 
150U 
1480 



•3*40 2U39 



0,0 
0,0 
0.0 
0,0 

s.o 

8,0 
4.0 
0,0 
0,0 
1.0 
0.0 

5.o 

8,0 
8.0 
0,0 
5.0 
«.0 
9.0 
8.0 
0.0 
4,0 
(.0 

s.o 

3.0 
».0 



490 
3«0 
|00 
200 



40 

490 

200 

1400 



119 
a* 



1*.0 
I*.* 
18.0 
15.0 

18.0 
20.1 

18.8 

18.0 



17.0 130 



19.0 160 



ASHLEY, WASHINGTON 

4023 1440 7,0 

ASHLEY Ei WASHINGTON 
402* 1690 8,0 

ASSUMPTION C| CHRISTIAN 



1U4 
100 
101 

10* 
109 



23*9 

103U 
2300 
1130 
(240 



20,0 
13,0 
1S.0 
l*.0 
H.O 



14.0 100 
12.0 90 
22,0 961 



BARNHJLL. WAYNE, WHITE 

•4103 3390 9,0 

4170 3300 14,0 

4171 3960 19,0 
•4199 33*8 29,0 
•41*4 3450 18.0 
•4104 3290 14,0 
•4109 3313 8,0 



1*.» 
20.1 



42 

108 



BARTEL8Q, CLINTON 

40* 970 18,0 21,0 210 

• 400 9T0 19,0 2*.* 169 

• 401 980 1*,0 20,0 110 



BEAuCOUP, WASHINGTON 
4013 3046 9,2 

BEAUCOUP S, WASHINGTON 



33.0 
35.7 

39,0 

37,0 

33.0 
39.0 

37,0 
34,0 



36.9 
33.4 

36,9 
33,9 

34,0 

33.0 



J*. 5 

34.6 

37,0 
37,0 
3*. 9 



40,0 
38,0 
40,0 
39,3 
• ».3 



34,0 
38.2 
36,9 



36.0 
39,0 



38.0 

37.0 
36.9 



BELLE PRAIRIE, HAMILTON 
1377 340U 7,0 



BEMAN, LAWRENCE 
•2*46 1*90 
2**7 1690 



10,0 
9,0 



BENTON, FRANKLIN 

1300 1100 39,0 19,0 



181 



131* 



BENTON N, 
• 138* 



2760 17,0 

2*10 7,0 

2*90 lt,0 

FRANKLIN 

2350 8.0 

2660 11,0 

2730 9,0 



18.2 



37,9 
39,0 



11-94 
06-53 

06-64 

05-64 

06-66 
03-9* 

lU-o* 
09.93 

10-66 
07-39 

01-6* 

06-66 
09-37 

06-98 
06-97 



)4,0 09-97 



01-69 
01-9* 
01-67 

04-69 
03-61 



36,2 06-66 
11-96 

07-64 



06-66 
07-90 
03-59 

06-53 
U-67 



01-51 
10-63 
10-63 
11-63 
12-30 
10-96 
10-96 



01-94 
04-92 
11-93 



12,0 119 38,0 10-70 



4009 1440 6,0 19,0 
4006 1449 6,0 17,3 


240 
III 


36,0 
36.0 


11-60 
01-39 


BEAVER CREEK, BONO, CLINTON 

* 1 1140 6,0 20,7 

2 1100 10,0 20.0 


208 

no 


ST.* 


07-93 
06-68 


BEAVER CREEK S, BONO, CLIN7Q 
419 1160 K.O 
403 1|I0 8,0 


M 


33,0 
34,0 


08-69 
01-96 


BELLAIR, CRAWFORD, JASPER 

600 600 J8.0 17,1 

601 560 21,0 19,0 
• 666 990 16,0 17,2 


i«e 

l«9 
1*9 


31.0 
32,0 

39,0 


07-46 
07-48 
02-93 



03-48 



09-63 
10-6* 



12-69 
11-68 



l*-70 



lt-66 

01-72 



12-60 
07«74 



04-67 
l*-T7 



U3-63 



l*-70 
01-55 
12-66 
12-39 



01-63* 
01-63* 



1*-61 



02-61 



10-67 



11-49 
05-6* 

02-66 04-71 



1 
21 



3 

10 
1 
5 

• 
10 

3 

4 



2 
2 

1« 

2 
6 



10 
4 
5 
t 
1 

12 
* 



3 

3 

12 



96 
33 

13 



23 

9 
9 
3 



3 

18 



3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 

6 
14 

I 
10 

t 

7 

10 
6 



14 



6 

4 

21 



22 

4 
4 
4 
? 

to 

6 



3 
5 

19 



10 
I 



* 
II 



50 
69 
11 



18 

6 
7 

6 



40 
307 

100 

40 
40 
30 
60 
30 
40 

153 

160 
30 

180 
20 
73 

65 

90 

43 

60 
130 
150 

60 

60 

30 



180 



*00 
350 
fcOO 
240 
260 



260 

120 

140 

70 

40 

*30 

40 



60 

40 

*00 



260 



230 
27 



40 
20 



40 
140 



• 04 
443 

70 



160 



200 
80 



2200 

350 
320 
120 



140 

140 

90 



SH WELL (P) 
fiRAVEL BED (Fl 

SH SO (F) 

sh so, prod (Mj 

SH WELL (P) 
SH SO, PROu (M) 
SH SO, PROD (H) 
TAR SPGS, PROO (B) 

SH SU (F) 
PRODUCED CO) 
RIVER, PROO IH) 

SURFACE, PROO (H) 

SURFACE, PROQ t M ) 
RIVER GRAV, PRUO (H) 

SURFACE, PROO (M) 

SH GRAVEL (F) 
RIVER GRAV, PROD (Ml 
PENN SO, »ROD CO) 
pEnn So, PROD (B) 
SH SO, PROO (M) 

PRODUCED It) 



PROOuCEO(R) 



PRODUCED(R) 



PRODUCED (01 
PRQOuCEDCR) 
PPOOUCEO (B) 
PRODUCED (HI 
PROOuCEO (41 



CYPRESS (B) 

PENN SO (B) 

PENN SO (R) 

PENN SO, PROO (6) 

CYPRESS (R) 

PENN 3D, *>R00 (B) 

PENN SO, PROO (B) 



PROOUCEO (B) 
TAR SPRINGS (R) 
BETHEL, PRUD (B) 



PENN SO CMJ 



PENN SO, PROD (B) 
PRODUCED (0) 



PROD (a) 
PRODUCED (o) 



CYPRE88, PENN CBJ 
PRODUCED (01 



*m 80, PROU (M) 
GRAV, PRQO CM) 
PENN 80, PROO (H) 



PROOUCEO(B) 



PROOUCEO(R) 
PRODUCED (6) 



LAKE, PROD (MJ 
CYPRESS, PROO (M) 

uESOMa, PROD (B) 



•tSTlMATEU SINCE 1971 

•ESTIMATED 8INCE 1972 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 
•ESTIMATFO SINCE 197? 
•ESTIMATED 6INCt 1472 
•INJ IN lINt nELLS SI^CE I9b4| 

•no Data since 78 

•est. i ♦op. susp, 1970, -0 data 

•INCL 3942 

•ADJ TO ACTIVE WF 



•estimatfd 

•estimated 

•estimated since 1968 

•estimatfd 

•jncl prim prod since 1941 

•EST FOR 19»A-66 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1976 



•ESTIMATED 
•ES1IMA1ED 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1970 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1976 



• TEMP SHIlT-DOwN 3.7j 
•INJ, CURTAILED 10-73 



•INCL prim prod 



•ESTIMATED 
•ESTlMAlEO 
•ESTIMATED 



•tSTIMATED 1979 



•EST SINCE 1970 *INCL PRIM PPQD 



•DUMP FLOUD 
•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATED *SINCE 1-64 
•ESTIMATED 



•kST.*lNCL.PBlH SINCE TO 



•ESTIMATED 



77 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION STATISTICS (N BBL*) t 



SENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 

• ■ ABO 

♦ ■ R. M . 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• FAY NAME • 



LOCATION 
I . T . » 



HATIR 
INJECTION 



OIL 
PRODUCTION 



WATER 

PROOUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL t CUM. • TOTAL • CUM, • 

• 1979 • l»/74 • 1479 t 12/74 • 1474 • l*/79 t 



BENTON N, FRANKLIN 
CONTINUED 

• IMS FARRAR OIL CO, 
131* H A N OIL CO 

•112* shakespeare oil 



BENTON NORTH 
NORTH BENTON UNIT 



BERRYVILLE C. EONARDB, WABASH 

•1*41 PHILLIPS RET, CO TARFLEY C 

•3443 PHILLIPS PET, CO TOWNSENO 
1024 RK PET, CORP, « lALCH MFU 

BlaCL*nO, CHRISTIAN, MACON 



•2300 FEAR AND DUNCAN 

BONE SAP Ci EOWAROS 
•1013 N. C, CANTRELL 
1034 BERNARD POOOLSKY 

80UL0ER, CLINTON 

• 411 TEXACO, INC, 

BOURBON C, OOuCLAB 

• 400 T, J, LOSUE 

BOYD, JEFFERSON 
2000 N. A, BALDRIDCE 



BROWN, MARION 
2415 DONALD 6, 6EARV 



OANERY C 



BONE BAP UNIT 
BONE BAP SOUTH U 



LEUNAPD. LANCASTER 



BROWNS, EDWARDS, WABASH 
3850 SALLAGnER DRILLING SChONAMAN hF 
1021 SUPERIOR OIL CO, BROWNS U CTP.BETmEl 



3844 TARTAN OIL CO, 



BROWNS Ei WABASH 

•3412 T. w, GEORGE EST, 

•341« T, w, 6E0RSE EST, 

34S0 T, W, BtORBE EST, 

•3413 MOBIL OIL CORP. 



BROWNS U 



ItELLMONT WF A880C 
SOUTH BELLMONT 
MORRIS>SELLMONT 
BELLMONT 



BUN6AY 


Ci HAMILTON 




• 1334 


ALENE BLA0E8 


HAYES 


1374 


C, E, BREHM 


BUNBAV 


1550 


COLLINS BROS, 


SOUTH BUNGAY UNIT 


1558 


COLLINS BROS, 


NORTH BUNGAY 


1372 


COLLINS BROS, 


ODfcLL 


UTS 


WALTER DUNCAN 


xALKER 


1333 


EXXON 


BUNGAY A V UNIT 


IS2T 


FEAR AND OUNCAN 


O'UELL 


• 1314 


MID. STATES OIL PROP 


BUNGAY U HF 


• 1322 


R. REBfcR 


BUNOAY laA 


• 1300 


TEXACO, INC. 


BLAIR8VILLE U 


• 1330 


TEXACO, INC, 


J. A, LYNCH 



CALHOUN C, RICHLANO, WAYNE 

•3400 ASHLANO ANO R CALHOUN 

•3401 SAM TIPPB BOHLANOEN UNIT 

•344T UNION OIL CALXP. CALHOUN 



CALHOUN E, RICHLAND 
•3423 ALVA C, DAVIS 



SLUNAXER 



CALHOUN S, EDWARDS, RICHLANO, WAYNE 
40SS XANETIS OIL P»OP RUT6ER 



CARLYLE N, CLINTON 

407 T, M, CONREY, JR 

CARHI, WHITE 
4402 ROYAL AND 6 



CARMI 
4443 



I, WHITE 
NIC* 8ABARE 



CASEY, CLAPK 

• 217 CALVAN AMERICAN 

• 201 FOREST OIL CO, 

• 202 D, W, PRANCHQT 



CENTERVILLE, WHITE 

4404 ABBHER OIL CO 
• 4*67 0, B, LCSH 

CENTERVILLE E, WHITE 
4203 ABBHER OIL CO 



4374 ABBHER OIL CO 



KREITEMEYER 

NIEKAHP 

GATE8.REB8T0CK 



SHAWYER 
C*SEY 
N, CAS6Y 



BROWN UNIT 
CENTERVILLE E 



E, CENTERVILLE UNIT 



EAST CENTERVILLE UNIT 



HCCLOBKT 

PAINT CREEK 34.SS.iC 

PAINT CREEK 1.6S-2E 

OHARA 
SPAR MTN 



MCCLOSKY 2.1N-14W 
MCCLOSKY 39>*N.14H 
SPAR MTN 9.IN.14W 



SILURIAN S-I5N.1E 



WALTERSBURG 18-lS-mw 

erPREss i4.is.i4w 



U«.44 
347]* 



33 

SO 
30* 1**4 



3.2 



111* 
444* 



404 



700*« 

i»5»i 



103 

34 

30* 673 



BOULDER BENOIST SD U BENOIBT 
BOURBON POOL WF 
BOYO FIELD UNIT 



2>*N.*W,15,36.3N.2W 



SPAR MTN 2,!1,12>13N»TE 



BENOIST lS,14,20,24,30>lSa2E) 
AUX VASES 13,24,25>18>1E 



CYPRESS 14. is. IE 



OHARA 3,10-23-14W 
CYPRESS 28, 33. 14. I"* 

BETHEL 

TAR SPRINGS 3S.18.1KW 

CYPRESS 



SO* 
40 


3023* 
532 


4,7 
3.6 


587 
35 


SO* 
37 


3023* 

20« 




4234 




481 




434S 




4000* 




SOU* 






240* 


58744** 

18428* 


B.2 


4334 


240* 


47149. 



44S 



U.3 



34 640* 14,3 

IS 2542 2.1 

• IJ4J* 

40* 1442* 3,4 



28 



342* 
432 



1 

14 



TAR SPRINBS 1S.48.10C 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

TAR SPRINGS 7 , 8, l 7-.S- I OE 

HAR0INSBUR8 

CYPRESS 



40* 1031S* 3,1 10*4 



233 



113* 
744 



40* 1 u » 1 • 



CYPRESS 


1.2, 11.12.23. law 




3009 




4CS< 




11*2 


CYPRESS 


11,14.28.14* 




276 




IS 




22 


CYPRESS 


1L2S.14W 


147 


1207 


2,4 


142 


22 


526* 


CYPRESS 


2.U.28.14W 




822* 




582 




264 


AUX VASES 


15-dS.TE 




48S 




41 




ISO 


AUX VASES 


15,14-4S.7E 


3U* 


6285* 


2.3 


703 


30* 


626S« 


RENAULT 


34.3S.4S.7C 


1*0* 


5369* 


3.4 


341 


1*0* 


J70J. 


RENAULT 


13,14,23,24»4S»7E 


25* 


3980* 


U.S 


509 


*5« 


3423* 


AUX VASES 
















AUX VASES 


17-48. TE 


200* 


1740* 


10,8* 


167* 


200* 


l»40« 


AUX VASES 


16-48. TE 


30* 


1353* 


1.4 


47 


30* 


1353* 


AUX VASES 


14.4S.7E 


M 


1211 


2.4 


379 


24 


410 


RENAULT 


14.4S-7E 


75* 


964* 


6.1 


1SS 


75* 


436* 


AUX VASES 


21.48-7E 




710* 




74* 




148. 


AUX VASES 


24,27,34,3S«4S.7E 




11011** 




SS7»* 




8487«* 


AUX VASES 


16,|7,20,21.4S>7E 




7642 




449 




2457 


AUX VASES 


lk.4S.7E 




1921 




75 




707 


MCCLOSKY 


7,1S«2N>10E, 13.2N.9E 




3032 




157 






MCCLOSKY 


6,7.2N-|0E 




2173* 




233* 




148l« 


HCCL03KY 


12,13,24.2N.4E 




6000* 




403* 




6U00« 


MCCLOSKY 


7.2S-11E 




43* 




1* 




64 


MCCLOSKY 


1.1-tNafC 


Si 


327 


B.S 


164 


Si* 


MM 


BENOIST 


23>3N.3W 


60* 


1130* 


3.6 


103 


60* 


553* 


MCCLOSKY 


2t.5S.4E 


SB 


438** 


3.4 


84** 


SB 


456** 


AUX VASES 


3,4.58.9c 


20* 


t025* 


2.1 


77* 


(0* 


765* 


CASEY 


2J,S«.10N.1«W 




49 










CASEY 


14,1S,*3.10N.|4W 




6030 




46* 






CASIV 


33.34.UN.mw 
4.S.I0N.14W 




3032 




34 






OHARA 


■■•••« 


14* 


*««4 


O.S 


IS 


14* 


l84« 


SPAR MTN 


12.4S.4E 








4* 




4 



60* 6285* 



4QQ* 23700* 17.8 22*1 400* 18875* 



78 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 
»■••••••••*••■••*•••••••••••*■•*•••••••■•••■•••••••••«••••»••«»••••••••■•«•••••••»••••*•••••••••••■»..•■•*•••■•••*•»•■••■■•■»■*••••. 

i RESERVOIR STATISTICS (AV, V.LUE) • OEvfLOPMENT AS OF 12-31-74 • INJECTION MATE" • • 
ttl«6666t66666*46464t6666*666*t6*6R***666t6*t*66*66666646*64tR****666t6t**t66a6*6(6«*t***«*6*6**6«**l • 

> PIELU, COUNTY 6 6 6 * * NO, OF . • SOURCE TrPt • • 

, ............. • PERM* OIL • OATI • DATfc . WILLS * »C»IS • 8U-8ANU CFIrFrESM • • 

• PnOJ. • DOTH . nit * POP • (M0)«6RAV • FI»JT . ABO, • t under . GRafiRAVEL (0)*BRInE • • 
l NO, • 1'Tl • PAY * (I) • .(API). INJ, . •INJ.tPROO,* Inj, • PNOU«P»00uf:EO (M)>MI»[D • ll"»lnl • 

• • • (FT). ••• • • • * • SH*SHALL n » • • 

BENTON N, FNAr.Ki.lN 

CONTINUED 

•13i« 2600 8,0 J « ,»fi 

L S3? 2950 12.0 34,6 06.69 S 100 PRODUCED (0) «tST SInCE 1473 ♦ UP , S U8P , I » » S 

• 1326 2340 4,2 15.0 (2 36,0 12-66 12-77 3 IS ISO PENN So (4) .tBTlMATFu 147*-77 

1755 4,0 12,0 1 3 SO 

2800 6,0 1 1 uo 

BERHYVlLLE Ci EUNAROS, nAHASH 

• 3442 2840 10,0 04-32 01-43 1 I 14 TAR SPliS, PROD (0) 

• 3443 2840 10,0 02-32 06-53 I ? f TAR SP6S, P»OD to) 

1024 244U 10,0 01-70 1 1 ?00 SUPPLY *ELL (*) •ESTImATEU 1474 

BLACKL.SNO, CHRISTIAN, HACON 

• 2300 1920 10,0 JT,0 1U-6J 12-63 1 2 SO AIJ« VAgES («) 

80NE LAP C, E0*AROS 

♦1013 2310 20,0 16,0 120 3a. 6 06-52 1 10 120 PtOOuCEO (Bl ttSTInAiEu SINCE 1973 

1030 2320 10, 17,3 02-66 1 2 1 00 PRODUCED fb) 

BOULDER, CLINTON 

• «11 1200 23,0 17,9 10« 34,6 09-60 10-fci 25 IT 070 P9uD (8) 

BOURBON C, DOuCLAS 

• 600 1600 12,0 3«,0 09.59 H-66 18* 30* 800a PRODUCED fa) *UATA u£PE tSTlMATEO 

BOVO, JEFFERSON 

2000 206S 17,3 1 T .5 1'i 39.3 06-35 2 8 i«,6« PRODUCED fol AbSTlHATEu SINCE »0| ♦ iNCLuOtS 

2130 11,9 21,4 24 J6.6 03-53 5 10 969 BuTm PAyS SINCE 76 

BROrtN, MARION 

2815 1650 10,0 33,0 07-60 1 ? uo PRODUCED roi 

BROMNS, EU»AR08, NA8A8H 

3850 3022 8,0 35,8 11-66 2 4 360 a" SO (F) «AOJUSTtD hy uPtRAToR 

1021 264U 8,2 16,6 10b 36,6 11-39 1 3 190 PRODUCED (01 aINjECUOn STOPPED MANCm.1475 

2780 6,3 17,5 5 36,6 3 120 

3894 ?JOu 10,0 16,0 U-62 2 2 60 PRODUCED fol • tSUMATEu 

2600 15,0 17,0 11 ? ISO 

BROnNS E, WABASH 

•3912 2370 13,0 01-51 01-57 18 16 ?90 »H SO. PROU («) «1NCL PnIM PROD 

•3914 2560 8,0 37,0 04-56 09-74 1 2 73 PEnN SO, PROO (8) 

3950 2560 7,0 16,0 35,0 08-67 2 4 1 39 (.RAV H£0 rM ^ADJUSTED 

• 3913 2570 11,0 35,0 U-47 07-63 6 6 169 TAR SPSS, PROD fo) «nO MJ SINCE ld-3» 

BUNCAr C) HAMILTON 

•I5S4 32TS 13,5 21,8 10« 36,0 09-65 12-70 2 4 60 SM SO. PROO ("J S«D ONLY 

1576 3270 12,0 11-64 2 25 270 PROOuCED(B) *eST!»4TEU 

1530 3280 6.0 12,0 244 36,5 08-64 7 7 300 PENN SO. PROO (B) •ESTImATEU »INCt 1973 

1996 3260 8,0 18,9 321 39,0 09-69 4 5 100 PENN SO (8) .ESTIMATEU SlNCt 1473 

3300 10,0 20,0 100 6 3 icO 

1572 3860 15,0 01-55 1 7 90 PRODUCED ttSTItlNtL P»1 M PROu 

1576 3260 13,0 07-67 1 3 40 PROOuCEO(R) «t «. 1 If-.* I EL 

1555 3£7S 12,0 20,6 312 36,6 05-69 1 5 2«0 PROOuCED fol 

1527 3254 12,0 14,0 330 38.0 01-67 1 4 60 PROOUCbO (0) •ESTIn'TEu 5InCt 1970 

•151< 3331 15,0 20,0 SO 39,1 09-66 04*73 3 9 90 SH SO. PROU (H) (ESTlMATEu 1471-73 

•1522 3300 17,0 22,0 182 41,0 05-61 1-76 8 3 390 CYPRESS. PROD IB) •tSTTMATEOI ♦NO DATA 1475.76 

•1500 3330 19,5 19,6 92 37,0 06-48 07-64 10 12 640 PENN, PROD (6) 

•1330 3300 23,0 ,7,8 107 37,0 09-61 10-68 5 5 130 PENN SO. PROO (8) 

CALHOUN C, RICHuAimO, RAYNE 

•3400 3130 6,0 37.0 09-31 06-68 3 8 260 CYPRESS 18) 

•3401 3130 10,0 11,2 67 39,0 06-90 12-66 3 10 220 PROOuCED fBl •nO DATA 1454-1V66 

•3447 3175 20,0 01-49 12-64 6 13 570 PRODUCED AND CYPRESS •ESTInATEU 

CALHOUN E, RICHLAND 

•J423 3286 10,0 37,2 08-65 12-71 2 3 100 TAR 8PR, PROD CB) .INACTIVE 1466-71 

CALHOUN S, EDRAROS, PICHLANO, NAVNE 

4066 3290 23,0 39,0 08-66 1 4 SO PRODUCED fBl (ESTIMATED 

CARLYLi N, CLINTON 

407 1142 7,0 34,0 06-55 1 7 80 PRODUCED 70) *ESTTmAtEO 

CARMI, hMITE 

4402 3(4) 8,0 30,0 04-65 1 2 60 PENN 80, PROD (.8) «t*T 75.78I»AUJ B» OPERATOR 

CARMI N, HHjTt 

444J J2S0 13,0 6-59 I 4 60 PEnN t PnDL C r ) «tST ImATEOI *InCL P'lM SInqE 1959 

CASEY, CLARK 

• 217 450 21,5 22,4 108 31,8 06-53 08-54 9 4 40 SH SO t Fj 

• 201 450 10,0 31.9 03-50 03-61 76 66 280 CPAV BEO AND PROO i.M) 

• 2U2 290 20,0 21.3 400 26,0 12-53 12-66 15 12 40 SH 8D, PROO (*) 



CENTERVJLLC, RHITC 
4409 3380 13,0 
•4267 3366 7,0 

CENTEMVULE E, NHITf 



4203 2470 
2630 

2960 
3060 
4374 2460 
2632 
2890 



17.0 

• *.° 
17,0 
20,0 
J7.0 
10,0 
JS.O 



18.0 
15.0 

14.0 

20.0 
J5.7 

14,4 



47 

12 

6 

45 



37,0 

43,0 



12-63 

06-54 



03-56 



36,6 01-63 



12-55 



1 


1 


20 


1 


1 


20 


5 


6 


130 


8 


9 


190 


4 


4 


80 


4 


7 


no 


22* 


17* 


420* 


1 


1 


10 


1» 


18 


360 



PENN so (8) 

TAR SPRINGS (8) 



PALESTINE., PROD(B) 



SH SO, PROu (H) 



•ESTlMAiEu 

•1NCL PRIMARV SINCE 6-54 



•ESTlMAiEu SINCE 1973 



• ESTIMATEOI *1NCL 4246 WELLS AN|) 
ACREASE 



79 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



• 






6ENIRAL INFORMATION 






• 


PRODUCTION ANO 


INJECTION STATISTIC! (H SBLS) 


< 


• fielo, 


COUNTY 


t 
• 
* 
» 
* 


PROJECT 

U • UNIT 


• 
• 
» 
• 
• 


PAY NAME 


• 
• 
* 
• 
• 


LOCATION 
8 • T • R 


1 
• 


HATER 
INJECTION 


• 
• 


OIL 

PRODUCTION 


• 
• 


NATER 
PRODUCTION 


t 


• project no 

* • ■ abo 

t ♦ B P,H, 


,, OPERATOR 




* 
• 


TOTAL • CUH, 
1979 t 12/79 


• 
• 


TOTAL • CUH. 
1979 * 11/79 


• 
• 


TOTAL • CUM, 
IBM • 11/74 


• 
t 


CENTCRVIUE E 
CONTINUED 
417* AS8HER 


WHITE 

oil eo 








BETHEL 





















4194 ABSHER OIL CO 
4J7B NICK BABARE 
•42*6 SUN OIL CO, 

CENTRAL CITY, MARION 
2621 NlLLIAH PPIPPER 



J0NE8>BAIRD 
JONES ESTATE 
E. CENTERVILLE 



PPiPFER U 



CENTRALIA, CLINTON, h»rion 

419 KARCHHER PIPE kARCHHER.TREnTQN 



• 403 N, 0, M0H6AN 
420 HUBERT &08g 
411 FRED SEIP 
«lt FREO SEIP 
404 SHELL OIL CO, 

• 408 80HI0 PETROLEUM 

CHE8TERVILLE E, DOUGLAS 

• 801 ROYALCOf INC, 

CLARKSBURG, SHELBY 
•3803 SCHAEFER OIL CO, 



CENTRALIA FIELD 
BUEHLER COHM 
ROTHHEYER,BUEHLER,COE 
HEFTER MRS 
CENTRALIA U 

COPPLE TRENTON 
ARCOLA UNIT 
CLARKSBURG 



CLAY CITY C, CLAY, JASPER, RICHLAND, NAY 



• 1900 

• 3402 

• 1928 

3419 

• 382 

361 
1419 

3409 

• 3403 

• 380 
4084 

• 410T 

• 4073 
414T 

• 1913 

• 4104 



4146 
4174 

4158 
192T 
4111 



417! 
4173 
1908 

• SIT 

• 4130 

• 4094 

• 4141 

• 4197 

• 4198 

• 4184 

• 4119 
1913 

40ST 
4018 
4140 

• 3416 
3421 

• 40JB 

• 4038 
4060 
4092 

• 300 
372 



ASHLAND AND R 
ASHLAND ANO R 
ATHENE OEVEL, 
MM, BECKER 
C, E, BOOTH 
C, E, BOOTH 
C. E, BOUTH 
C. E, BOOTH 

H, L, BROCKMAN 
BRuER « ROBINSON 
CARL BUSBY 
CONTINENTAL OIL 
COY OIL CO 
CULLUH OIL CO, 
OOHAN OIL PROP, 
F AND N OIL CD, 



F AND « OIL CO, 
FAHRAR OIL CO, 

FRMERS PETR COOP 
FINK} OIL CO, 
GALLAGHER ORILLINB 



OONALD 
J. 0, 
GLEN 6 
SULP 
GULP 
ILL, L 
ILL, L 
ILL. L 
ILL. L 
ILL. 
KIRBY 
0. P. 



SE8ELL 
GONOQN 
RIFFITH 
IL CO 
IL CO 
BE. OP, 
BE. OP. 
BE, OP, 
BE. OP, 
ID-CONT, 
PETROLEUH 
LEAVELL 



E. K, LEWIS 
OAE V LOVE 
DAE V LOYE 
MARATHON OIL CO, 
HURVIN OIL CO, 
MURVIN OIL CO, 
HURVIN OIL CO, 
MURVIN OIL CO, 
NOAH PET 

H AND F OIL CO 
PARTLOH, COCHNUR 



BOOS EAST 

NOBLE NORTH 

ROBERTSSBOWERB 

WAKEFIELD«HARRELL U 

STANFORD 

HURD 8 PETTIJOMN 

OELLA HARVEY 

S. NOBLE CONSLO 

EAST NOBLE UNIT 
NORTM CLAY CITY 
GSTN,8MS,MNHS,FSL#HCN 
WILSON 'B' 
EAST 6EFF 

ROBERTSON. 8 I NS-CREwS 
BERGBOWER 
MILLER'LAMBRICH u 



HT, ERIE UNIT 
HOLT 

BEARD, BORAH, WILSON U 

ROUTE 33 

H.OSTERHAN 



NE GEFF UNIT 

BOTHWELL 

WILLOW hill COOP 

S, STANFORD U 

WINONA 

BLACKBURN 

MILL, THOMPSON, 6R8N, 

BORAH 

J, D, YUR0ULA8 

CREWS-SHORT COOP 

KIRBY 

NEwTON EAST 

OLLIC GROVE 

AVRES 

BARNARD«HOLHAN.LISTON 

NOBLE COOP U 

WAKEFIELD POOL U 

ELM RIVER FLOOO 

BORAH 

PIKE 

CREWS MIDDLE UNIT 

N CLAY CITY U 

HENDERSON 6 SKELTON 



4069 PARTLOH, COCHNOR 



• 301 
}4|7 
3449 
408T 
4144 
4194 
4194 
4082 
3B4 



• 1901 

• 1902 
4046 



HOSSELTON • GILL 

MINNIE 

COEN U 

CLARK.BRUSB-EVANB 

N JEFFERSONVILLE 

MARSHALL 

NW FAIRFIELD U 

GRAY 



PMRLIPG P|T, CO 
BERNARD POOOLSKY 
BERNARD POOOLSKY 
BERNARD POOOLSKY 
BERNARD PODOLflKV 
8ERNAR0 POOOLBKY 
BERNARD POOOLSKY 

RAYMAC PETROLEUM C0.CREW8.BM0RT COUP 
E B REYNOLDS EST, wEILER,EDCNS,HOSLEY , 
OEMART 



AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 7.48-10E 
TAR SPRINGS T.48-10E 
TAR SPRINGS T.4S»lOE 



PENNBYLVNIN 6.1N.1E 



ROBINSON PROD, 
ROBINSON PROD, 
ROBINSON PROO, 



Nl MCCLOSKY U NO 1 
WILLOW HILL, BE BAR 

SILL. S188ET. SMJTM 



TReNTQN 

PEN0I8T 

DEVONIAN 

CYPRESS 

BENOIST 
CYPRESS 

BENOIST 

TRENTON 



SPAR MTN 
BENOIST 



MCCLOSKY 
HCCLOBKY 
MCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASEB 
AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
MCCLOSKY 

SPAN MTN 
CTPRE8S 
AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASEB 
MCCLOSKT 
OHARA 
SPAR MTN 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASEB 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
OMAHA 

MCCLOSKY 

AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
HCCLOSKV 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
AUX VA8E8 
MCCLOSKY 
ST LOUIS 
MCCLOSKY 
SPAR MTN 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASEB 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASEB 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN 
AUX VASEB 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASEB 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKT 
HCCLOBKY 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASEB 



1,2-lN.lW, 26, 27,34,39 

36>2N.1N 
93-2N-1W 
1-1N-1W 

13-1N.1W 
13.1N.1W 
1,2,12-IN.1W, 
39,36>2N.1W 

J5-2N-1W 



9,6.14N.6E, 91.19N.6E 



8,17-10N.4E 



2,S,10-6N.I0E 

35-4N.9E 

S.BN-10E 

26.4N.4E 

A.SN.7E 

1S.16-2N.7E 

12-5N.9E 

30.3t.SN.9E, 

25.Sfc-SN.8E 

10.H-SN.9E 

B,4,16,17«3N>8F 

24,23>1S>6E 

I9.18.8E 

8,17«1S«8E 

27,26.1S.SE 

4.6N-10E 

29-1N.8E 



33,34,33>1N>8E 

29.1N.8E 

io. is. it 

27,28,34.7N.10E 

i», js.is.dE 



T.18.8E 

14.2N.7E 

6-6N.HE 

8,9,16,17.2N.7E 

lt'lS.BE 

3.18-8E 

27-2N.7E 

4-18-6E 

26-1S-7E 

33, 34-1S.8E 

16.17.1N.7E 

34.7N.|Dei3-6N-10E 

27-1N.8E 

8.18-7E 

10-18.7E 

8-3N-9E 

24-4N.9E 

Ji, 33.iN.ee 

33-1N-8E 

14-IS.7E 
33-18-86 

S,8.3N-8» 
17-2N.8E 



20.2N.BE 

24.|N.7E 
36.9N.9E 
16-3N.9E 

19.16-1S-TE 

16-1S.8E 

26.39.1B.7E 

i6.2i.is.se 

93.1S.8E 

3],36.3N.SE 



13.I4.24.7N.10E 

23.26.TN.10E 

24.2N.7E 



30* 1329* 
29* 1249* 
269 



29* 



377« 



20* 3763 



1.6 
l.i 



1.1 

20.9 



680* 

490* 14664* 19,9 
20* 1167* 
90* 8*8* 
1026 29646 



0.9 

4.9 

29.7 



296 

64T1 
10* 



139 

182 
39 



28 



933 

98* 

290 
Tl 
78* 

11243 

94 



1190 



90* 1204* 
29* JT7* 
131 



29* 



377* 



20* 1766* 



490* 
20* 

90* 



880* 

14664« 

1330* 

1781. 



997 107309 
*l 

1977 

10* 





333 




16 








316 




6 






* 


• 




91 




490 


60* 


2733* 


3.9 


421 


60* 


2230* 




ITS 




99 




70 


10* 


543* 


U.2 


92 


10* 


940* 


30* 


996* 


l.i 


44 


90* 


494* 


10* 


4017* 


1.2 


167 


10* 


1647* 




3464* 




291* 




1716* 




4300* 




111* 




4000* 


200* 


1345* 


14.6 


120 


200* 


1443* 




212 




11 




93 




381 




32 




16 


ISO* 


3666* 

1*1 

• 


9.4 


292 

17 

144 


190* 


2075* 


* 


8541* 


4.6 


1042 


49* 


9044* 


100* 


1439** 


9,0 


196* 


40* 


944** 


• 


815* 


1.1 


164 


• 


93* 


130* 


2110* 


9.9 


129 


190* 


2110* 


20l« 


944* 


4.4* 


97* 


106* 


663* 


13 


284* 


1.6 


91* 


11 


120* 


90* 


809* 


2.5* 


101* 


90* 


600* 


* 


H6*« 


♦ 


26* 


♦ 


243** 




2605 




970 




410 




25 








300 




47 




6 




10 




610 




96 




215 




13* 




61 




49 




203* 




614 




210* 




303* 




94* 




303* 




2464 




96U 




191 


60* 


1140* 


3.2 


80* 


60* 


662* 


10* 


267* 


0,9 


90* 


to* 


267* 


* 


♦ 


9.4 


8T 


90* 


410* 


30* 


670* 


2.9 


8] 


30* 


976* 




• 




• 




• 




2966** 


M. 6 


469 


80* 


9399* 




1390** 




ITO** 
91* 




690** 

290* 


TO* 


1067* 


1.1* 


91* 


TO* 


1087* 


190* 


3900 


3.0 


ITO 








319* 




194* 




896* 


120* 


1345* 


11.1 


249 


120* 


1970* 


100* 


1310* 


3.1 


169 


100* 


1360* 




181 




T9 




460 


13 


233 


0.6 


41 


■ 


• 


70* 


840* 


T.i 


196* 


TO* 


840* 


10 


666 


0.9 


49 


6 


201 




640* 


0.7 


264 


9 


469 


91 


2794 


6.0 


199 


17 


444 


16 


1992 


2.3 


101 


7 


696 


»S 


1414 


2.1 


1T6 








1009** 


9.4 


269 




1009* 




1167 




262 




118 




9326 




699 




mi 


90 


HO 


10,4 


46 


40 


110 



80 



In Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTIC! (»V t VALUE) • DEVELOPMENT At OF 12.31-74 • INJECTION MATgH • 

• PIILO, COUNTY . . . • • NO, OF * • SOURCE TYPE • 

• ............. • PERM« OJL • OAT£ • DATE • "ILLS * ACRES • SD»8AN0 (PllFRESH • 

• phoj, • otPiH « net • po" • (hojagrav . first . ado, « • under * gr»gr*vel (b)«brine • 

• NO, • (FT) • PAY • (S) • «(API)« INJ, . «IN.l,«p»un.. INJ, * PRDUaPRUDuXtn (H)aMl(EO • REMARKS 

• * • (FT). • • • 4 6 6 4 • Sm.SHALlOk • 



CENTERVILLE £, 


«HIT| 










CONTINUED 














4374 


2980 


18,0 


I s . 1 










3080 


19,6 


19.6 


109 








1211 


».o 










4344 


2910 


H.O 


1«.4 


109 


36,6 


10-63 


SITS 


2300 


16,0 


15. T 


21 


»s.« 


09-63 


• 4(4* 


2530 


6.0 






36,6 


10- SO 


CENTRAL CJTY, H 


ARION 










2623 


its 


22.0 






34,0 


10>64 


CENTRAL!* 


, CLINTON, MARION 








414 


3990 


94,9 






40,0 


U-66 


• «U3 


13*8 


10. o 






38,0 


10-59 


•20 


2680 


24,0 






16,8 


06'66 


• 1? 


1200 


10,0 




80 


34,0 


11-60 


«16 


1360 


10,0 






39.0 


09-70 


4u4 


1200 


20,4 


20.2 


229 


!«.• 


05-56 




1390 


l».» 


19.6 


186 






• 406 


3950 


22.0 


10,0 




39,8 


ti-Jl 



09.97 



01-74 



03-93 



19 
IB 

1 

2 

2 
• 


16 
19 

2 

2 

2 
• 


330 
350 

60 
100 

40 
• 


PRODUCE" (e) 
PURCHASED (8) 
PROOuCED (01 


1 


9 


60 


PRODUCED (6) 



21 



32 



1080 



Aim VAgES (8) 



1 


3 


40 


CVPRESSt 


PKOO (B) 


2 


4 


264 


PRODUCED 


(b) 


3 


6 


43 


PRODUCED 


(0) 


1 


5 


100 


PROOuCED 


(6) 





61 


1450 


PENN, A V 


DEV SOUHCEI 






1960 


CVP.0EN, 


PKOu (8) 


2 


12 


160 


oevOnIan 


(0) 



•tSTlMATFD 

•tSTIMATEo 

»ACKf AGEmELLS Inil.m/4379 



• tSTlMAUu 



•ESTIMATED 19/4, 

•ESTIMATED 

•E8TIMATE0 

•ESTIMATED SINCt 1970 

• tSlIrUiEO SINCE 79»»C0RRECTEU 



CMESTERVlLLE E, D0USLA8 

• 601 1725 10,0 16,0 167 

CLAKKSBURG, SMEL6Y 
•3803 17T5 11,0 



36,0 



09-61 06. Ti 



10-74 10-75 



24 



30 



NIVER, PROD (Mj 
PROOuCEO(B) 



•tSTIMATEo 



CLAY CIT* 


C, CLA 


V, JASPER, RILHLANO, NAT 














• 1400 


2645 


6,0 






40,0 


09-53 


04-6U 


J 


3 


40 


GRAV, PROD Cm) 


• 3402 


3000 


3.0 






36,0 


07-34 


04.61 


1 


1 


20 


CYPRESS (P) 


•1428 


3275 


25.0 








6-66 


01-79 


♦ 





80 




3419 


2540 


28,0 


18,0 


140 




07*60 




9 


9 


ior 


PENN So, PKOO IB) 


• 361 


2970 


10,0 






36,0 


12-66 


04-73 


1 


1 


20 


PEN" So. PKOO (6) 


381 


2960 


16,0 








11-71 




3 


9 


80 


PRuDUCED(R) 


1915 


296U 


10,0 


13.6 




35.1 


03-62 




2 


3 


50 


PENN SO, PHHQ (B) 


3409 


2975 


5.0 


15.0 


?4 




07-57 




1 


? 


446 


PRODUCED ( ) 


• 3403 


2950 


11.0 






38,0 


05-53 


12-71 


9 


18 


P60 


PROOuCED (0) 


• 3S0 


2630 


19,0 








06-56 


03-67 


3 


13 


160 


SH,SO,PROO,(H) 


4064 


3090 


10,0 








1-72 




3 


T 


120 


PRODUCED (o) 


• 4107 


3160 


10,0 








04-55 


04-63 


1 


P 


40 


CYPRESS, PROD (B; 


• 4073 


3075 


10,0 


1».0 


30 


40,0 


01-69 


01-72 


3 


3 


100 


SH BAND (F) 


4147 


3130 


12.0 






39,0 


01-61 




4 


in 


250 


PENN So, PKOO (8) 


•1413 


2630 


16,0 








10-60 


12-64 


1 


10 


240 


CYPRESS ("J 


• 4104 


3060 

306u 
3100 


15,0 
15,0 
15,0 








06-50 


01-63 


4 

4 

a 


4 

4 
4 


150 
150 
150 


CYPRESS (P) 


4146 


3000 


11.0 


13.0 


16 


40,2 


1U-60 




6 


IP 


720 


*M SD, PROU (M) 


4174 


3121 


f.o 








06-64 




l 


3 
3 

4 


40 

40 

200 


PRODUCED 


4156 


3100 


l«.0 






40,0 


07-62 




2 


PENN Su (R) 


192T 


2930 


23,0 








06-64 




1 


6 


110 


PROOuCEO(R) 


4111 


3030 
3100 
3130 


15.0 

8.0 

10,0 








06-71 
04-58 
06-71 


03-T5 
03-75 


2 


4 


80 
70 

70 


penn sand, prou (Bj 


4175 


3031 


15,0 


20, n 


27 


38,3 


02-64 




1 




50 


PENN So, PROD (B) 


4173 


2990 


5,0 






3T.0 


OT-63 




2 




20 


PROOUCEO fo) 


1406 


2634 


9,0 


15.0 


24 




06-57 








TO 


PRODUCED fa) 


• SIT 


2975 


it.a 


19.8 


97 


38,8 


05-54 


12-60 






170 


PENN SO, PROO (B) 


• 4130 


3115 


8,0 


12.0 




40,1 


06-53 


10-96 






12 


TAR SPRINGS (B) 


• 4094 


3031 


26,0 








04-66 


04-69 






20 


PENN SO (B) 


• 4141 


3130 


12.0 






32,6 


03-60 


10-65 






160 


PRODUCED (») 


• 4197 


3040 


22.0 








01-66 


01-73 






20 


PRODUCED (b) 


• 4198 


3215 


20.0 






38,0 


10-62 


08-66 






40 


PENN SO (B) 


• 41S4 


3130 


15,0 


14,0 


40 




12-65 


03-74 






60 


PENN SO (A) 


•4119 


290U 


9.0 


19.0 




36,0 


01-95 


09-62 




IS 


400 


PENN SO, PKOO (B) 


1923 


2630 
2930 


19.0 
18,0 








06-70 






12 
12 


260 

PttO 


CYP, SURFACE (M) 


4037 


3069 


12.0 








12-58 








30 


PRODUCED(B) 


4036 


3230 


14,0 








6-69* 








20 


AIII VA$ES 


4140 


3133 


13.0 






38.4 


12-60 








60 


PRODUCED (0) 


• 3416 


2500 










06-54 


10-60 






120 


PRODUCED '») 


3421 


2535 


21.0 






39.0 


10-60 






13 


320 


TAR SPSS (0) 


• 4055 


3025 


15.0 








6-63 


6-69 






150 


PRQOUCED(B) 


• 4056 


300U 


»«.0 








10-60 


12-72 






30 


♦ 


4060 


3100 


♦.0 








01-70 








no 


PROOuCEOlBJ 


4092 


3110 


28. 








06-63 








260 


PENN Su, PKOO (BJ 


• 300 


3010 


3,0 








06-55 


01-76 






220 


RTVER, PROD («) 


372 


2630 
2920 

3002 


10.0 

20.0 

8.0 








06-64 








80 
«0 
60 


PRODUCED (0) 


4069 


2640 

3010 


12.0 
8.0 








06-66 








60 
60 


PROOUCEO (01 


• 301 


2990 


30,0 


1 1,0 


2000 


38.3 


07-53 


09-96 






20 


PROD (6) 


342? 


2600 


6.0 






36.0 


05-64 








50 


PENN SO, PKOO (B) 


3444 


2613 


9.0 








07-62 








60 


PROOoCED(B) 


40ST 


3120 


13.0 








06-67 








120 


SM KtLL (P) 


4149 


3120 


20.0 






36.0 


11-65 








120 


PURCHASED (F) 


4154 


3200 


».2 


13.0 


200 


40.1 


10-62 








460 


PENN SO (BJ 


4194 


3150 


12.0 






J9.0 


11-69 








100 


CYPRESS (RJ 


4011 


3100 


21.0 








04-6T 








70 


PRQOOCEO(R) 


3S4 


2600 
2910 
»4»| 


20,0 

11.0 

6,0 








06-61 






11 


120 
20 
20 


PROOUCEO (01 


• 1401 


2530 


6.2 


14.0 




J6.0 


05-31 


01-70 






233 


PRODUCED (0) 


• 1901 


25S0 


l.< 


i«.o 




40,0 


05-33 


01-70 






413 


SH SO, PROO (M) 


4046 


2864 


8.0 






39,0 


6-76 








70 


PRODOCED(R) 



•AOJ TO PKdJ.19*? SINCE 661 
•tSTIMATEo SINCE 1970 

•ESTIMATED 

•tSIlMATFO blNCt 1968 

•tSTlM»TEU SINCE 1970 

• N01 OPERATtD 196S-19M 

•tSTIMATEo 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1974 



•tSflMATEu 6INCE 1973 

• uupir flood, no RtCoRo 



• S*0 INTO CYP.*EST, SINCE 71 
•ABO 1963-661 ♦tST, SINCE 1976 

•SWO blNCt 12-69 
•ESTIMATE^ 

• AOJIJSTEO BT OPERATOR 



•TEMP A0O 9-70 TO 1.77 
•EST»*AFFECTEO 0Y AuJ A,v, FLuOO 
•tS1l.N0 OATA 67.74 AND SINCE T8 



•INJ SUSPENuEu S-66 

• NO OATA bEi-PkE 1965 
•ESTIMATED 

•INACTIVE 72-73l*tST SINCE 74 

•tST,*lNCL PRIM SINCE 1956 

• ESI l-ACr IDEM1L OR DUMP H.000 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1970 

•1NCL "ITH 34U9 

•INJ, TERMINATED 19731 *EST 

•ESI, *N0 DATA 

• EST, .adj. Tu 4141, 146U-72 
•EST »InCL PRIM SINCE 1-T1 
•ESTIMATED 1979 ONLY 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 



•tSTIMATEo 



•DATA NOT AVAILABLE 
•tSl.«lNCL.PRlH, SINCE 66 



•INJECTION CURTAILED 10.73 



•ESTIMATED ♦AOJ. TO PROJECTS 
335 » 356 SINCE 19611 INCL 
SOME SALEM OIL 



81 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION JTtTHlKl (-, BBlB) . 



SINdML INFORMATION 



fIBLO, COUNTT 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 
• ■ AID 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• PAY NAM! I 



LOCATION 

i . t . n 



WATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



MATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, * TOTAL • CUM, • 

* im • i»/t» • ht* • h/ts • m* • tt/7* • 



CLAY CITT C, CLAY, JAIPER, RICHLAND, NAT 
CONTINUED 

4046 ROBINSON PROD, HINKEL 

4047 ROilNSON PROD, NE 8EFF.MURPHV 



4068 

• 40(4 
417* 

• 4U» 
•4116 
•l*|8 

i*io 

• 14)} 
1414 

41*4 

• 147 

• 143 

4044 
1444 
1445 

• 4J17 

• 4114 



4177 

• 4144 

• J42B 

4140 

• 1407 
4047 
4079 
4041 

• 4093 

• 4104 
4157 
4191 
4193 

• 4131 

• 4144 

302 
304 

1|S 

341 

344 



• 340k 
3414 



34*9 

3431 



3434 
341T 



343* 

3440 



3441 
3441 



3443 
3444 



4043 
4070 



• 4074 
4073 



R0BIN80N PROO, 
ROBINSON PROO, 
ROBINION PROO, 
ROBINtON, PUCK, 
ROBINBON, PUCK, 
HUBERT ROH 
HUBERT ROBE 
HUBERT ROBE 

HUBERT ROSE 
HUBERT ROSE 
HUBERT ROSE 



J, W, RUOV 1RL6. 
J, N, RUDY 0RL6, 
J, W, RUDY ORLS, 
FRIO SKIP 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 



4164 SHULHAN BROTHERS 



SHULMAN BROTHERS 
JOE SIMPkINS OIL 
WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

S. ILL, OIL PROO 
M, M, BPICKLER 
TAHARACK PET, 
TAHARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TAHARACK PET, 
TAHARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TEXACO, INC, 
8AM TIPPS 
UNION OIL CALIF, 
UNION OIL CALIF, 

UNION UlL CALIF, 

UNION UlL CALIF, 

UNION OIL CALIF. 



CARTER U 
WESLEY FELLER 

MILLER 4 TMACKER 
N PUCKETT U 
S PUCKETT U t 
LIBERTY W UNIT 
MCCLANE«MAY 
MATTIN6LY 

OUNOAS NEST UNIT 
SOUTH NOBLE UNIT 
SYCAMORE CONBLU 

ED WILSON 

CLARK LEASE 

FLEXTER 

R, 8, SHATTO 

RUNYON.TOTTEN U 

E, BANKER SCHOOL U 

E, SERF UNIT 

H 6EFP U 

Hi SEFF U 

MEI8NER UNIT 
ONION HILL U 

SOUTH CISNE U 

WILLOW HILL 

AN0SN«FRHN.JR0N>tflL8N 

BLACK OAK SCHOOL U 

CLAY UNIT 

EAST CLAY 

PIERCE 

S.W. HT, ERIE U 

CISNE UNIT 

WILSON U 

E. GALLISHER 

w SEFF U 

T M 4 8 UNIT 

NE W0008IDE SCHOOL 

WEILER SCHUOL CONSLO 

W.CLAY CITY 

THOMAS SCHUOL U 



354 UNION UlL CALIF, BUNNrviLLE C • 



1910 UNION OIL CALIF, 

1911 UNION OIL CALIF, 
1919 UNION OIL CALIF, 

1922 UNION OIL CALIF, 



1924 UNION OIL CAlIF, 



3404 UNION OIL CALIF, 



UNION 
UNION 



UlL CALIF, 
OIL CALIF. 



3423 UNION OIL CALIF, 



UNION 
UNION 



UNION 
UNION 



UNION 
UNION 



UNION 
UNION 



UNION 
UNION 



OIL CALIF, 
OIL CALIF, 

OIL CALIF, 

OIL CALIF, 

OIL CALIF. 
OIL CALIF, 

OIL CALIF, 
OIL CALIF, 

OIL CALIF, 
OIL CALIF. 



UNION OIL CALIF, 
UNION OIL CALIF, 

UNION OIL CALIF, 
UNION OIL CALIF, 



E NEkTON C0N80L 
HT, 6ILEA0 C0N80L 
N, DUNOAB U 

S BOOS U 



HONEY CONSUL 



OLU NOBLE 

SW NQBLE U 
WAKEFIELD CONS 

SUYOT CONSLO 

NE WAKEFIELD C0N8LD 
HOfi RUN CONSLO 

BU6AR CREEK UNIT 

S OUNOAS CONBOL 

b-B CONSUL 
HAH CONBOL 

R M 4 P CONBOL 
OUTER WAKEFIELD C 

LUMBERS AREA 
COlBORN CONBOL, 



BANKER SCHOOL CONSlO 
E BANKER SCHL 

BE HOOOSIOE SCHOOL 
S NOODBIDE SCHL 



UX VASES 
UX VASES 

OHARA 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
CeLOBKY 
UX VASES 
ALCH 
CCLDSKY 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
PAR MTN 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 

UX VASES 

OHARA 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
PAR HTN 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
PAR HTN 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 
UX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
YPRESS 
YPRESS 
CCLOSKY 
YPRESS 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
YPREBS 
ETHEL 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
CCLOSKY 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 
ALEM 

UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
ALEM 
YPRESS 
CCLOSKY 
PAR HTN 
YPREBS 

YPRESS 

CCLOSKY 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
PAR HTN 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 
PAR HTN 
CCLOSKY 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 
YPREBS 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
T. LOUIS 
ALIM 
YPRESS 
YPRESS 
UX VASES 
CCLOSKY 
UX VASES 



33, 34.1N.SE 

?,6-14-4£ 

28,24,32, J3.1N.SE 

7. iN.se 

19. 18. BE 

4.2B.SE 

14.2S.8E 

14.21.3N.10E 

8,i7. 4N. toe 
s.SN.toe 

24.J3-3N.iet 
29, 3I.3N.4e 
22,23,S4.2N.T( 



32-3N.8E 
20.3N.8E 

3.1N.7E 
20.JN.H 
23.JN.4E 
I2.2N.se 

12, 13.18. 7C, 

7, 17, J8.is.ee 

2S.33.lN.7ei3, 



4.l8-7e 



1.H.12,11»IS.7E 
3. 2s.se, JJ, 34.1S.BE 
1,12>4N.4E, 34.SN.4E 

27.1N.TE 

3k.7N.10e 

23.2N.8E 

22. 23,24, 27.1J.BE 

4, 10, 13, 14*18. BE 
10. IS. BE 
22-2N.8E 
4.1S.8E 

3,4,10-lS.TE 

I3.24.tN.8E 

2-2S-7E 

1*,17,21.JS.7E 

9, 10-2N.BE 
16.I7.2N.8E 

33, 34.3N.BE, 3, S.tN.BE 

10.2N.7E 

3,4,7,6, 17, 16-2N.SE; 
12-2N.TE 

27,28,t9,3t,33.1N.8E> 

4,S,».tN.6E 



t7,34.7N.lOE 

14,20,29,30.3N.10E 

7,8,f,18.3N.10E 



2J 


49 


17. S 


17 


21 


49 


107 


933 


11.1 


111 


IS 


210 


30 


242 


8.9 


92 


18 


24 




3»S 




81 




408 


SB 


489* 
946 


4,0 


73* 
122 


40 


25M 




4317 




438 




1798 




31** 




14* 




24ft 


73* 


9tS* 


1.9 


176* 


75« 


923ft 


* 


4 


1.4 


38 


30* 


340* 




1384** 




45** 




170ft* 


SO* 


194)* 


1.4 


139 


80* 


1142* 


300* 


4033* 


11.6 


281 


300ft 


2S7S* 




233 




44 




•I 




42 




7 




32 


to* 


346* 


0.9 


145 


20* 


173* 


too* 


1519* 


8.9 


138 


too* 


1564ft 


34 


611 


9.0 


11 


44 


334 




80} 




219 




387 




4393 




966 




3900 


100* 


3711* 
467 

1900 


4.2 


212* 


too* 


2342ft* 


40* 


4874* 


1.4 


1114 


60* 


4640* 




2344* 




239ft 




1033* 




3929 




198 




3127 




427** 




22* 




240* 


13* 


800* 

• 


U.6 


41 
2 


IS* 


»CJ. 


20* 


1043* 


0.1 


111* 


20* 


1045ft 


730 


8637 


20.1 


133 


124 


1430 


230 


HT7 


0.3 


104 


9 


464 




284 




19 




34 




1013* 




84 




422 


104 


2187 


2.4 


48 


74 


509 


48 


3038 


1.1 


342 


46 


813 


• 


2845* 
12 


• 


147ft* 


ft 


1354* 




1440 




103 




tt37 


147 


740 


1.4 


T3 


SB 


488 


37* 


1444* 


20.5 


143 


95 


77J 


344 


8999 


21.4 


1112 


127 


4221 


700 


4333 


14.4 


101 


120 


2747 


444 


29392 


38.5 


2125 


711 


12539 



964 17361 



33>6N.10E| 

4, 3, 6. 3N. IDE 

14,1T.3N.I0E 



3,4,9,8,9.3N.9E| 

32,3S*4N.9e 

11, 12* 2N.8e 

13,14,22,23,24,23,24, 

27.4N.4E 

19, 34.3N.se, l,t.2N.tE 

u, i4.4N.ye 

I7.JM.9l 

26, 27. AN. 9E 

30.3t.SN.10E 

27, 28. 4N.4e 

11,14, 21, |4,26.4N.4E 

24, 29.3N.SE 

14,23-4N.9E 

29.4N.4E 
4.9.1N.4E 



19,21, ti, 28.2N.SE 
2t.28.2N.se 

t0.24.IN.te 

tt.20.30.2N.ttl 



47.4 



1872 



471 13404 



t*3 

1114 
976 


6511 
15426 
2*498 


4.0 
31.4 
19,9 


448 

620 
1004 


69 

1434 
734 


2516 

7S6J 

11048 


1044 


25175 


40.1 


180} 


1038 


12779 


237 


9488 


IS. 7 


1*4 


324 


SJ66 


6496 


191103 


114.2 


6730 


6670 


I5056J 


98 


3810* 
40J02 


9.1 


181 
3SS7 


289 


1036 
29065 


95 


6272 


• •2 


378 


38 


192J 


2 
tl 


4*2 
2t82 


0.4 
1.2 


«3 

101 


6 
18 


120 
87 1 


• 


tost* 


t.l 


63 


4 


76 


160 


3504 


1.2 


132 


140 


1424 


• 
111 


564** 
28*7 


0.1 
4.4 


*2 

IIS 


10* 
St 


23*. 
481 


138 

« 


2814 

954* 


1.4 
2.4 


14 
SS 


41 
It 


684 
211 


73 
44J 


1673 
1622 


5.4 

44,0 


201 
245ft 


12 
330 


85 

2217 


37 
91 


2117 

904 


4.2 

11.1 


SS7 

144 


34 

101 


1245 
537 


142 


170 
2884 


6,0 


8 
224 


*l 


It 

1276 



82 



In Illinois, 1979 continued 

• R84ERV0IR STATISTICS (»v. VALUE) 



DEVELOPMENT AS OF 12-31-7* 



INJECTION WATER 



• PHLO, COUNTY 



• PROJ. 

• NO, 



OIPTM 
(FT) 



NIT • PO» 
PAY • (*) 
(FT)« 



PERN* OIL • DATE • DATE 

(N0)«SRAV * FIRST • AltO, 

•(API)* INj, • 



• NO, OF • 




• 


SOURCE 


TYPE 


• WILLS • 


ACRES 


• 


SO'SAND 


cfjbfresh 


• • 


unoer 


• 


QR«6RAVEL 


(B)»BRInE 


•INJ..PHUD,. 


INJ. 


* 


PROD»PROOUCEO 


(M).NI«ED 


• • • 




• 


SHaSHALLO* 





CLAY CITY 

CONTINUED 

4048 

4067 

4066 

• ion 
• IT* 

• 111' 

• 111* 

• 1916 

1930 
19)1 

• )43S 
3434 

4186 

• S4T 

• 361 

4066 
3««* 
3443 

• 4JJT 

•«ua 

»le* 



C, CLAY, JASPER, RICNLANO, MAY 



4I7T 

• 4144 
«34i« 

4190 

• J407 
404T 
4079 
40*1 

• 4093 
•4108 

4137 

4141 

4193 

•4131 

• 4144 

302 
304 

33J 

141 

349 



338 



1910 
1911 
1919 

1928 



1*8* 



34Q4 



• 3406 
3418 



34J9 



34J4 

14)1 



34)4 
343T 



3438 

3440 



3441 
3441 



3443 
3446 



4043 
40T0 



• 4074 
4073 



3019 
307* 
313U 
301S 
(933 
3146 
3130 
3200 
Z900 
2600 
2690 
3230 
2870 
3003 
2930 
3010 
2933 
2672 
2990 
SOOU 
3080 
2639 
3063 

3080 
3170 
3200 
3073 
3170 
2800 
2900 
3U04 

im 

2960 
3100 
3100 
3060 
3016 
3040 
3100 
2960 
3233 
3130 
2610 
2620 
3000 
2396 
2937 
2960 
3070 
2630 
2900 
3000 
2620 
2680 
2930 
3000 
2670 
2730 
2720 
2791 
2720 
2900 
3400 
2720 
2780 
3297 
2390 
2930 
2964 
2343 

2620 
3000 
23T9 
2663 
2967 
2923 
2930 
2776 
2636 
296) 
28T6 
2903 
2940 
2619 
2276 
2330 
2260 
29T0 
3090 
3430 
8639 
8640 
8943 
3083 
8913 



l«.S 

19,0 

18.3 

14.0 
18,0 
14.0 
20,0 



30 
33 

30 
33 
73 

113 

60 



13.0 120 
19,0 75 



U.O 22 

16.0 1)07 



14. 3 

19.0 



43 

»3 



18,0 T( 

18.0 SO 

20.1 6 



15.9 i» 

18,0 30 
19.0 30 



14.0 
18,0 
18,0 
13,0 
62,0 
U.O 

16,0 
11.0 



1»,0 

to. 
t«.s 
is. o 

I'.O 
18.0 



13.0 
17.0 



J8.0 
U.O 



U.O 
J5.0 
14,0 
18,0 



83 
63 



24 



200 



24 



18, 3 

U.O 

11.0 
U.O 24 



75 

180 



H. 73 



45 



IT.O SO 



18.0 65 

18,0 65 

14,0 77 
14.0 



40,0 



)7,0 
39.3 
IT. 5 

39,0 
39,0 



39.2 

38,3 

3*.0 
38,0 
34,4 
38,7 



39,0 
39,0 

38,0 
39,0 



39,0 
34.5 

39,0 

38.0 

37.2 
37,6 



38,0 



38, S 

14.4 

38.1 

38.3 

36,8 



)S,6 
)8,6 



11-77 

06-71 

09-71 
03-67 
06-38 
01-36 
06-34 
04-63 
7-63 
6-66* 

01-68 
09*66 
11-64 

08-54 

06-66 
12-61 
01-61 
18-73 
01-57 
01-57 

12-63 
12-63 
12-63 
09-64 
06-63 
04-64 

10-63 

06-52 

4-63 

09-66 
03-68 
02-69 
02-54 
10-62 
11-63 
01-63 
01-58 
11-60 
05-72 
04-66 

07-61 

6-71 
9-70 

07-63 



24 38, S 05-6S 



10-60 
01-66 
07-63 

11-66 



06-68 



36,6 06-54 



11-64 

10-43 



03-44 
04-48 



10-68 
09-64 



04-70 
12-49 



09-71 
12-76 



09-36 
10-71 



01-74 
00 00 
03-63 
03-63 
10-78 



10-78 



01-72 
01-74 



12-71 
01-72 



12-66 
12-67 

12-72 

6-74 
4.7 7 

12-54 



02-72 
12-61 



07-39 
01-64 



05-57 01-66 
03-39 



12-63 



03-69 H-7) 
05-64 



2 
3 

a 

2 

i 
i 
i 
i 

3 
3 

30 

4 
3 

7 

30 

20 

30 

1 

1 

1 

4 

7 

6 

3 

2 

3 

6 

II 

1 

9 

I 

1 

3 

2 

18 



20 

3 

S 
11 

13 
3 



19 

11 

8 

2 



3 
10 



30 



100 
236 

213 

163 

30 

60 

172 

243 

100 

100 

10 

20 

180 

170 

440 

100 

40 

30 

120 

40 

IS" 

110 

368 

230 
160 
460 

1127 

480 

300 

40 

40 

20 

110 

f 80 

220 

40 

60 

100 

160 

220 

40 

ISO 

200 

60 

260 

320 

260 

60 

240 

1460 
200 
TOO 

2300 
300 
400 
TOO 
260 
680 

IPSO 

1380 
110 
370 
660 
200 
200 
160 

1330 

1702 
140 

1640 

300 

400 

100 

200 

229 

300 

300 

80 

60 

240 

80 

150 

180 

SO 

50 

160 

680 

440 

160 

400 

620 

60 

60 

60 

200 



PROOUCEO (8) 
PftODuCCO (6) 

-ELL 1 PROO (M) 
PROOUCEO (6) 
POND, PROD CMl 
SEwAfiE, PRUD (Hi 
6'MAGE, PROO (H) 
PENN SO, PROO (8) 
CYPRESSSPROOcB) 



PRODUCED (B) 
PROOUCEO (II) 
PENN SO, 'ROD (B) 

CYPRESS (B) 

SURFACE PROO (H) 

CYPRESS, PROu (8) 

PRODUCED (B) 

PENN Su (F) 

SH SO (F) 

SH SO, PROO (Hj 

PENN SO (B) 



PENN SO, PROO CB) 
PENN Su, PROO (B) 
PENN Su. PROD CB) 

PENN So, PROO CB) 
PROOUCEO (B) 
PRODUCED fn) 
PENN SO CB) 
SH GRAVEL CF) 
SH GRAVEL (F) 
PRODUCED fB) 
PURCHASED CB) 
PENN SO, PNOO (B) 
SH GRAVEL (F) 
CYPRESS, PNOO (B) 
PENN SO C") 
PRODUCED (B) 
PENN 80>PR0DCB) 

PENN SO, PNOO CB) 

PROOUCEO fB) 

PENN So, PROD CB) 



PRODUCED (6) 



CYPRESS, PNOD CB) 
PROOUCEO fB) 
PENN SO, PROD CB) 

PROOUCEO fB) 



PRODUCED (B) 



PROOUCEO (B) 

CYP463S, PROO CB) 
PENN So, PROD (B) 

PENN SO, PROO CB) 

PENN SO, PNOO C B ) 
CYPRESS, PROO (B) 

PENN SO, PNOO CB) 

SUB-SURFACE CB) 

PROOUCEO (B) 

MATEH SOURCE WELL CB) 

PROOUCEO (B) 
PENN SO CB) 

PROOUCEO (B) 
PROOUCEO (81 



PENN 80, PROO CB) 
NELL (6) 

PRODUCED (B) 
PROOUCEO (B) 



•INJ.SUSP. -1970-1477 



•SHUT DOWN 1472 

•EST, ♦INCL. PRI*. SINCE 1963 

•EST.) »AUJ, TO 1921 ANO 1922 

SINCE 1966 
•EST -SHUT OOwN 1477 
•ESTIMATED 
•tSTInATEO 



•tSTlNATEO SINCE 1976 
•ESTIMATED SlNCt |970 



•incl all paysi *tsi since i9*t 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1473 

•ESTIHATPQ 

•E8TIMATE0I »swu SINCE 1974 

•ESTIMAfEL 

• DUMP FlOOO, NO DATA 

*tST.*A0J,TU 4191 SINCE 64 



•ESTIMATED 

• 0*T * N/A 19791 *»wli SINCE 7-76 

•INJECTION NFSUNEO 9-78 



•INCL FORMER C wiLKIN 



•ESTIMATED 



•injection ceased 2-t3 
•inj.uisc.8-T3 ♦Estimated 

•inj discontinued 1-t7 
•unit effec. 6-1-73 



83 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS CM |8ll) * 



ItNCfUL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 
• ■ ABO 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



* PAT NAME • 



LOCATION 
• . T • * 



WATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 
PRODUCTION 



HATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • 

• tm • tt/T* • i«t« • i>m • i*t« • u/m • 



CLAY CITY C, CLAY, JASPER, RICHLAND, NAY 

CONTINUED 
4073 UNION OIL CALIF, 
4076 UNION OIL CALIF. I DRY PORK 
4040 UNION OIL CALIF. kOOOSIOE SCHL C 



•091 UNION OIL CALIF, 

404T UNION OIL CALIF, 

• 4099 UNION OIL CALIF, 

•10* UNION OIL CALIF, 



CENT JORDAN KHOOL 

DElR CRECK S 

•RADLEY U 

|H VANFOBSAN U 



41|l UNION OIL CALIF, JORDAN SCHOOL U 



••111 
4114 



«II1 
41)9 



UNION OIL CALIF, 
UNION OIL CALIF, 

UNION OIL CALIF. 
UNION OIL CALIF, 



4141 UNION UIL CALIF, 

414] UNION OIL CALIF, 

•4191 UNION OIL CALIF, 

4153 UNION OIL CALIF, 

4144 UNION OIL CALIF, 

4174 UNION OIL CALIF, 

4119 UNION OIL CALIF, 



41ST UNION UIL CALIF, 

4144 UNION OIL CALIF, 

4142 UNION UIL CALIF, 

•41JA VERNE H, VAUGHN 

•4094 NAN WELL tfRV, 

•4140 NATKINI DRILLING 

4191 H, WtlNERT EST, 

4141 H, WEINERT EST, 

1*1* NlCHITA INDUSTRIES 

4094 M. J, WILLIAMS 

• 4110 ft, J, WILLIAMS 

• S49 XANfTIS OIL PROP 

• 1408 ZANETIS oil ppop 
•1904 ZANETIS OIL P"OP 
•191T ZANETIS OIL P»OP 

1921 ZANETIS OIL P*QP 



•4094 ZANETIS OIL PROP 



NE JORDAN SCHOOL U 
VAN FOSSAN U 

SE JORDAN SCHOOL U 
oee* CHEEK UNIT 

ELH RIVER U 

FELLER FLOOD CONSLO 
OREGON SCHOOL U 
SE ENTERPRISE U 

E, JORDAN SCHOOL C 

S JORDAN SCHOOL U 
ZIP CONSLD 



SOUTH CISNt CONSLO 

N CISNt U 

J. P, MOLT. A 

BLES8IN0-CHRI8HAN U 
DAVIS, JONESSNHITLOCK 
NATKINS«HHITLOCK 
SOUTH BOYLESTON UNIT 
NORTH IOYLESTON UNIT 

EAST NEWTON MP 
FRfeD BEST 
COVINETON UNIT 

STANFORD LEASES 

P. KELLY 3 
C. HARVEY 2 
HINES'OCHS 'A' ETAL 
KELLER *A'«PAVNE MRS, 



SHAM 



COIL, WAYNE 
407Y FRMEKS PETR COOP COIL u 
4100 K n 8 OIL PROP, HSHTY0UN6BL00D U 
4092 STONE OIL CO BVARS'BARRISDN 



COIL K 
• 4091 



, WAYNE 
H, 0, BURKETT 



COIL N, JEFFERSON 

•2011 6ULF OIL CO 

•201* fiULF OIL CO 

2026 STONE OIL CO 

CONCORD C, NHITE 

•42S1 ABSHER OIL CO 

•4204 C, E, BREHH 

•422* ST LAKES CARBON 

4414 JIH HALEY 

•4IU4 MUMBLE AND R 

•4209 BARRON KIDO 

•4299 D. R. LEAVELL 

•4111 D, R, LEAVELL 

•4112 D. R, LEAVELL 

•419B 0. R, LEAVELL 

4106 PHILLIPS PET, CO 



KEEN. WILSON 



COIL H U 
COIL H U 
FARRINtTON 



CONCORD UNIT 
CONCORD N UNIT 
HCCLOSKV 

TULEY 

CONCORO CO-OP 

KERHINaCONCORO 

CONCORO 

CONCORO 

TULEY 

TULEY 

kERmin 



•4224 PHILLIPS PET, CO DALLAS 

4207 REBSTOCK OIL CO, TULEY 



HCCLOSKY 


2J.2N.7l 
















AUK VASES 


23-1 S-6E 




14 


1127 


1.4 


SB 


31 


2*2 


CYPRESS 


24.JN.TEl I*, 20- 


8N.SE 


913 


18337 


IB. 4 


B90 


444 


4999 


AUK VASES 


lJ.2N-7EilS.2N. 


SE 














HCCLOBKV 


















AU« VASES 


1.1N.7E 




2SS 


6851 


9.2 


334 


184 


**«1 


HCCLOSKY 


















CYPRESS 


it, is.is.se 




11 


3720* 


0.9 


124* 


TJ 


1019* 


HCCLOBKV 


















AUK VASES 


26.1N.7E 






639 




42 






AUK VASES 


29, 26, 27. IN. SE 




266 


649| 


H.J 


414 


106 


2994 


OHANA 


















HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


27,]4,39«2N.TE, 

S-1N.7E 




4 


23699* 


4.9 


2176 


112 


14749 


AUK VASES 


I3,26,99,!6.2N. 


It 




13613 




1116 




8466 


HCCLOSKY 


10,14,19,22,21, 

IN. BE 


26,17- 


100 


166T2 


2.9 


727 


100 


16672 


AUK VASES 


2,11-lN.TE 




764 


29401 


13.1 


1S02 


941 


16643 


AUK VASES 


1.2, 10,11. IS. 8( 




261 


4791 


S.S 


734 


237 


91*1 


HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


30, J1-2N.SE 




132 


T231 


J.S 


3T0 


1*7 


3721 


HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


9,6,7, 8. 1N.6E 




319 


19240 


U.« 


1782 


406 


11122 


AUK VASES 


20,21,24,24.18. 


se 




2B39 




1S9 




13T9 


AUK VASES 


24.IN.SE 




• 


1119 


2.1 


TO 


• 


221 


AUK VASES 


1.1N.7E,6'1N.BI 


, 


1144 


41627 


29.7 


3189 


136J 


26429 


HCCLOSKY 


39,J6>>N.7E 
















AUK VASES 


11,12.1N.7E,T.1N.SE 


606 


16221 


23.1 


1613 


787 


8011 


CYPRESS 


a.lN-SEl 11,34, 


2N.BE 


624 


16114 


23.6 


17SS 


796 


4888 


AUK VASES 


















HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


27,JA.1N.7e 




9 


4929 


2.1 


136 


97 


1190 


HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


22, 27. IN. 7E 




ISO 


4239 


3,9 


262 


202 


• 112 


HCCLOSKY 


















AUK VASES 


J0-IN-8E 




6 


262 


1.4 


21 


2 


93 


OHANA 


















AUK VASES 


11, 12.1N.SE 






623 




1SU 




2T0 


AUK VASES 


9-IS-7E 






645* 




197. 




910* 


AUK VASES 


9-1S.7E 






132 




49 




1*3 


AUK VASES 


1,4,4, 10.2S.7E 




199 


6905 


9.0 


ill 






AUK VASES 


!1,14.)S.7E|1,I 


•2S-7E 


10018 


27706* 


2.9 


TT1 






HCCLOSKY 


















HCCLOSKY 


22,23,26,2T.TN> 


IDE 


460* 


9634* 


69,2 


791 


460* 


3|*7* 


AUK VASES 


27-IN-8E 




* 


* 


1.3* 


St* 


* 


♦ 


OHARA 


2S-1S-HM4.20, 


29,30, 




26912* 




1489* 




14374* 


HCCLOSKY 


31,32,31.lS.TE 
















AUK VASES 


3,4,tO-2N.7t 




122 


1671 


5.S 


190 


122 


16T1 


SPAN MTN 


1.IN.4E 






IS4 




SB 




111 


SPAR HTN 


12-5N.4E 






437 




2 






SPAR HTN 


4.9.5N-I0E 






77 




14 




27 


AUK VASES 


9,6.9N«10E 




SO 


2721 


*J.« 


6T1 


30* 


2721* 


SPAR HTN 


















SALEM 


















AUK VASES 


34.1S.SE 






1*2 




12 




24 


AUK VASES 


17,18, 19. lS«3E 




IT4 


4604 


*2,4 


602 


201 


2104 


AUK VASES 


19.1S.9E 




61 


2001 


13.9 


411 


tr 


1270 


ST LOUIS 


19.1S.9E 




• 




7.0 


1*2«« 







AUK VA8ES 31.in.3E 



AUK VASES 14,13, 22,23- IS. «e 
HCCLOSKY 12-18-AE 
ST LOUIS 24.1S.4E 



600* 



124** 



•4444 BLASTER PRODUCING 
•4323 TMUNDER4IR0 OIL 



SRUNN.SPILLHAN U 
N CONCORD U 



TAR SPRINGS 
AUK VASES 
SPAR HTN 
HCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASES 
TAR SPRINGS 
AUK VASES 
MCCL08KY 
TAR SPRINGS 
AUK VASE8 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASES 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASEB 
SPAR HYN 
HCCLOSKY 
SPAN MTN 
HCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASES 
HCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 
MARDINSIURB 



27,28.6B.10E 

10.63.10e 
2B.6S.10E 

21.6S.10E 

28.68. 10e 

21.6S.10E 
21,22,28.68.102 

28.68-10*. 
21.22.68.10E 
21-6S.10e 
21.6S.10E 



28.4S.10e 

si.6S.ioe 



14-68.10E 
•,10-48-loe 



84 


1119 
61 




1169* 
617 
23} 


• 


119* 




11T9 


*T 


3*1 
3964 

1T0 
12T6 

1*1* 
3175 




2*7 


3S« 


26*4* 




sto* 

64*2 



6.1 



2.8 



600* 



82* 

• 
216 


9J 


749* 

• 
931 


291** 
66 

9 




334* 
44 


24 


4 


119* 


14] 




J74 


12 
402 
99 
37 
14* 

311 


61 


77 

1910 

269 

495 

66* 

2160 


1 




42 


204 


33* 


1490* 


117** 
401 




690* 
9612 



84 



iii Illinois, I97 l ) continued 

. RESERVOIR STATISTICS UV, VALUE) • DEVELOPMENT AS OF 11-31-7* * INJECTION lUTtl • 

• FULO, COUNTT • • • • • NO, OF • • SOURCE TYPE • 

• ............. • FIRM. OIL • 0**1 • RATE • WtLL» * «C«tS • 80»SAnO (F)»Fh?S« • 

• PROJ, * DEPTH • NIT • PO» • (MPJ.SHAV • F(»tT • AMP, * • UNDER • GK,G»»VEL (Bl.BhlNf • 

• NO, • (FT) • PAT • (I) • «(API)« inj. * .lNj,.P«un,. inj. • PROD-PRODUCED (M).Mi» t O I »t"»>«B 

• • • (FT)* • • * • •»* • ShsSHALLOh • 



CtAY CITY C, CLA 


»l JA1PEP, RICHLANO, MAY 
















CONTINUIO 
























tori 


10 If 


*.o 
















(00 






■or* 


1119 


H. o 






16,3 


05-64 




1 


? 


POO 


kEbli proo (el 




•ote 


1610 
2990 

1000 


16.0 
H. 
29,0 


l*.0 
1».3 
19.0 




1».0 


04-46 




10 


18 


670 
670 
674 


PENN so, pkoo 


IR) 


4041 


1910 
1990 


19.0 

«.o 


(8.0 
19.0 




41.3 


03-6* 




6 
9 


8 
6 


(90 
290 






40*7 


2725 

3090 


8.0 
•.0 


13.0 


24 


39.4 


02-50 




3 


( 


(00 
(40 


PENN SO, PHOo 


(B) 


• 4099 


1011 


20.0 


21.0 


100 


19,0 


05-6O 


09-66 


3 


3 


60 


PROOuCED (11) 




mot 


19T9 

1010 
10T* 


20.0 
6.0 
»,0 








01-6T 




6 


13 


460 
160 
120 


mElL, PROO (Ml 




4111 


2990 


1-.0 


19.0 


TJ 




09-34 






T 


810 


PENN so, proo 


18) 


•«M3 


(990 


19.0 


l».0 


10* 




01-56 


03-69 


14 


1? 


910 


PFNN so, prod 


(6) 


4114 


10T0 


10,0 


13.0 


200 




01-3* 




( 


( 


16|0 


PRODOCtO (Bl 




41S1 


1910 


IT.O 


l9.o 


10* 




11-5T 




II 


19 


640 


PENN 80. PROO 


(») 


4115 


1999 

1090 


6,0 
*.° 








12-66 




9 


11 


493 

430 


PENN SO, PROD 


(«) 


414* 


1910 
1010 


20.0 
10,0 


16.0 


87 




09-58 




6 
3 


T 
3 


(10 
40 


PENN Su, PROo 


(8) 


4143 


2990 


16.0 


1*.0 


77 




09-58 




3 


13 


1044 


PENN So, PROO 


(B) 


Ml SI 


1186 


14.0 


19,0 


35 




01-61 


06-67 


14 


13 


(80 


PENN Su, PROO 


IB) 


4131 


2992 


H.o 


19.0 


T5 




05-ol 






2 


70 


PENN SD, PROD 


IB) 


41*4 


2990 
1010 


is.o 

9.0 


U.O 


77 




01-63 




29 

6 


22 

6 


1110 
400 


PENN 80, PROO 


(B) 


417k 


1910 


23,0 


18,0 


75 




n«-64 




11 


11 


460 


PEnN 80, PROD 


(B) 


4169 


2*40 
2945 
3021 


13,0 

u.o 

9,0 


16,0 


75 




12-64 




IT 


19 


60 

620 
750 


PENN So, PROO 


(B) 


4IST 


3009 
313U 


39,0 
20,0 


16,0 


75 




12-64 




2 


6 


400 

(00 


PENN So, PROD 


IB) 


• !M 


3005 
3100 


39,0 

1*,0 


18,0 


T» 




11-64 




6 


T 


640 
(00 


PENN SO, PROO 


(B) 


4192 


3030 
3040 


20.0 
30,0 








ni-73 




2 


2 


40 
40 


PRODOCEO (bl 




• 411* 


309U 


1*.0 








04-59 


12-74 


( 


2 


50 


CVPR6SS (8) 




•40** 


sua 


20,0 








12-59 


06-TS 


4* 


7 


130* 


PENN So, PROD 


(B) 


• 41(0 


3|29 


11.0 


16,0 


75 


16,0 


11-5* 


10-66 


1 


1 


40 


PONO, PROO (M) 




41S1 


3100 


i».o 








04-61 




6 


3 


100 


PENN SO, PROD 


IB) 


4161 


3094 
3140 


i*.o 

10.0 








02-62 




9 
T 


6 
18 


110 
600 


PENN Su (B) 




1*2* 


2760 


13.0 


13.0 


25 


40.0 


10-71 




9 


14 


620 


LYPi PROO (P-) 




4054 


19*0 


11.0 








1-70 




* 


3 


30 


♦ 




• 41(0 


3200 


8,0 


14,0 


60 


36,0 


06*55 


01-T2 


K 


13 


1600 


PENN SO, PROO 


IB) 




3290 


6,0 


13.0 


100 








21 


20 


1900 






• 349 


(900 


19,0 






3T.6 


07-64 


1-77 


1 


9 


20 


PROOUCED (tt) 




•1*0*1 


(94 1 


5.0 






41.0 


11-58 


01-70 


1 


1 


40 


CYPRESS, PROD 


IB) 


• 1409 


(994 


6.0 






40,4 


11-58 


10-65 


1 


1 


40 


CYPRESS, PROD 


(B) 


• HIT 


2110 


6,0 






40,0 


08-64 


12-66 


1 


1 


60 


CYPRESS, PROD 


(B) 


1*11 


(760 
(695 
3265 


29,0 

3.0 

19.0 


13.9 


10 


J9.4 


01-66 




9 


11 


240 
260 
130 


PRODUCED (Bl 




• 409* 


3111 


29,0 






40,2 


07-66 


08-70 


2 


4 


60 


PURCHASED (R) 




COIL, NATNC 
























407T 


(900 


13.2 


1*.T 






01-69 




(I 


4 


(40 


PENN SO, PKOO 


(B) 


4100 


2660 


13,0 


21,0 


HO 




05-66 




2 


3 


90 


PENN So, PKOO 


(B) 


4091 


3020 


10.0 








1-70 




• 


9 


70 


•PROOUCEO(b) 




COIL N, 


NAYNE 
























• 4051 


(600 


11.0 








1-»1 


K-71 


1 


4 


50 


PRODUCEO(R) 




COIL h, 


JEFFERSON 






















• SOU 


(700 


10.0 


19.0 


160 




01-61 


10-63 


9 


4 


95 


PENN So, PKOD 


CB) 


• 2012 


(66U 


8,0 








01-61 


0(-63 


1 


2 


30 


PENN SO, PROO 


(8) 


202* 


300U 


6.0 








06-69 




3 


7 


160 


PENN 80, PROD 


(B) 


CONCORD 


C, WHITE 
























• 41(1 


(279 


u.o 






16.4 


09-59 


01-72 


4 


3 


80 


PRODuCEO (0) 




• 4104 


(930 


11.0 


21.1 


216 


19,1 


10-5( 


10-62 


( 


2 


40 


-RAVEL, PENN SO (N) 


•4(21 


(960 

1010 


IT.O 
9,0 






IT. 3 


06-55 


01-36 


3 
3 


8 

9 


140 
140 


-RAVEL BEO (F) 




4419 


2610 
I960 


*,0 

*.o 








06-6( 




1 
1 


1 
1 


20 
20 


PRODUCED(B) 




• 4109 


2260 

2690 


10,0 

u.o 


20.9 
10.9 


73 
T5 


16,0 


12-60 


K-67 


2 

1 


3 

1 


SO 

20 


SH SO, PROO C 


IJ 


• 4109 


3003 


i*.o 








01-55 


01-59 


1 


3 


30 


SH SO (F) 




• 4199 


2260 


U.O 


1».0 


ITS 


JT.O 


06-60 


07-67 


10 


10 


(10 


SH SO, PROO C 


1) 


•4111 


2*90 


11,0 


10.0 


T5 


JT.9 


01-61 


10-67 


3 


4 


50 


SH SO, PROD C 


J 


•4112 


(600 


11,0 


l*.0 


139 


16.9 


10-61 


10-66 


6 


3 


130 


SH SO, PROO f 


1) 


• 439S 


(900 


U.O 






IT. 3 


03-62 


01-72 


2 


1 


20 


PRODUCED (6) 




420* 


(6(0 
2*90 
2960 

3020 


u.o 

13.0 
4,0 
9,0 






IT.O 


07-33 




3 

1 


4 
2 


20 
80 
40 
40 


SH SO, PROD C 


1) 


•412* 


2960 

1010 


19.0 
19.0 


19.0 


30 


36,0 


06-33 


11-97 


1 
1 


3 

1 


40 

40 


SH 80, PROO (X 


J 


4I0T 


2620 

(900 
10*0 


21.0 
II. 

9.0 






IT.O 


07-31 




1 

1 
1 


2 
3 
2 


20 

10 

100 


SH SO, PROU (" 


) 


• 44*4 


2641 


19.0 








6-58 


1-71 


t 


4 


60 


PROOUCCD(B) 




• 4129 


2500 


U.O 


IT. 3 


100 


19,0 


11-61 


01-71 


9 


21 


313 


-RAVEL, PROO (H) 



•nO Data BEFPhE 1965 



• INJ. DISC, 12-M 



•INJECTION DISC fc-76 



•ESTTHATFOI ♦COMBINED TOTAL 



•AOjUgTfcD BY UPERATUR 

• tSrinATEo SlNCt ion 
•EST.tADJ Tu ACTIVE WF SINCE 70 
•ESIIHATFO 1467-69IN0 DATA 70.71 



•tSllHATFD 



•eai.tADJ TU 2026**INCL PRIM, 
•EST.*lNfL P»l" SINCE 1960 



•1NCL (012 
•INCL WITH 2011 



•tST 1963-T1-INC PRH PRO 1959. Tl 



•ESTIMATED *0ATA N/A 78.79 



•NO DATA 196T.1971 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 19&9 
•EST.*lNCL.PRI H PROO. 56-73 



85 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION STATISTICS <» SBtS) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 
t • A|0 



PROJECT 
U * UNIT 



• RAY NAME • 



LOCATION 
S . T . R 



NATCR 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



MATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL • CUM. ■ TOTAL • CUM, t 

* 1479 • U/TV t 19T9 * 18/79 t 19T9 • 18/T9 • 



CONCORD E C, WHITE 

«44S AB8HER OIL CO ROHEROY 
• 4446 FAIRWAY PETROLEUM REARCE 

•4133 H. E, BARRETT PEARCE U 

COOKS MILLS C, COLES) DOUGLAS 



311 

sot 

810 
SIS 
SOS 

SOS 



CHARLES R, CRAY 
CHARLES R, BRAY 
KUYKENOALL OHLG, 
KUYKENOALL DRL6, 
S AND H OIL CO, 
SCHAEFER OIL CO, 



C0RDE8, WASHInSTON 
40)0 HOSIL OIL CORF, 
4000 SHELL OIL CO, 

C0RINTH, NILLIAM8UN 
4S04 C, E, 8REHM 

COVINBTON S, WAYNE 
•4120 DONALD B, BEARY 

CROSSVILLE «, WHITE 
•4404 CONTINENTAL OIL 



COMBES ESTATE 

L06AN«H00RE 
BRADLEY -P 
EASTON WF 
COOKS HILLS UNIT 
COOKS HILLS U 



BILL EST,, F.KOZUSZEK 
COROES COOF 



CORINTH UNIT 
HEIDINGER.VOGEL 
C"0S8VILLE NEST U 



OALE C, FRANKLIN, HAMILTON, SALINE 



•130* C, E, BREHM 

•1913 C. E, BREHM 

•IS34 C, E, SREHH 

•1S44 C, E. BREHM 

•1S49 C, E, BREHM 

•1388 C. E, BREHM 

•1SS3 C. E, BREHM 

3628 C. E, BREHM 



1356 

• IS64 
•1320 
•I 823 

1366 
137S 

• 1947 
1326 
1328 



•1510 
•1311 

• 1SS4 

• 1336 

• 1301 
3620 

• 1323 

• 1824 
1844 
1863 



136S 

• 1S43 

• 1802 
IS68 

1814 



• 1333 

• IS6T 
•1S0T 
•1316 

• 1831 

• 183* 

• 1840 

• 1841 

• 186* 

• 1804 

• 1304 

• 130* 

• ISIS 



JOE A, DULL 
DUNCAN LSE«ROY 
FARRAR OIL CO, 
FARRAR OIL CO, 

FARRAR OIL CO, 
FARRAR OIL CO, 
T, w, 6E0RBE EST, 
HERMAN 6RAHAM 
HERMAN 6RAMAM 



•133T HERMAN SRAHAM 



GULP OIL CO 
GULF OIL CO 
GULP OIL CO 
DAVID F, MERlCY 
INLAND PRODUCERS 
LOUIS KAFR 
E, H, KAUFMAN 
E, H, KAUFMAN 
E, H, KAUFMAN 
LAOO PETROLEUM 



1376 L*DD PETROLEUM 

133? MAC OIL COMPANY 

•1333 MARATHON OIL CO, 

1341 MARATHON OIL CO. 



HAHATHQN OK CO, 

MARION CORF 

PHILLIPS PET, CO 
POLLACK BROS, 
SHELL OIL CO. 



•131* SHERHAN ORLC 
1348 SHERMAN ORLB 



JOE SIHPKINS OIL 
JOE SIHPKINS OIL 
STEWART PRODUCER 
STEWART PRODUCER 
STEWART PRODUCER 
STEWART PRODUCER 
STEWART PRQOUCER 
STEWART PRODUCER 
STEWART PRODUCER 
TEXACO, INC. 
TIXACO, INC, 
TlX»CO, INC. 
TEXACO, INC, 



WEBT6RD0K 
CANTRELL U 
HOGAN U 
P.M. SMITH 
RURAL HILL 8 
MOORE U 
CROW U 
WEST END 

OALE W WF 

KNIGHT 

TEOFORD 

TEDPORO 

NW RURAL HILL U 

URIAH FOSTER 

CANTRELL S, UNIT 

J.H. STELLE 

DALE.HOODVILL COOP 

NELLIE PORTER 



W RURAL HILL U 

W RURAL HILL U 

H.E. PARKS *8* 

"EST END 

N RURAL HILL U 

RALEY 

n. Rural hill u 
s.e, rural hill u 
sw rural hill unit 

dood. wilson u 



CULLUH.8UTTLE U 
BURNETT WF UNIT 
08lESBY*BRISw0L0 
BRILL UNIT 



M,C, MOORE 

FRIEL 

CANTRELL U 
ADA DIAL «2 
RURAL MILL UNIT 

RURAL HILL 

BENEFIEL-ANNOLD 

BARKER 

DALE COOF 

BILL JONES 

CRADDOCK.ARHfiS 

WILLIAMS HEIRS COOF 

FLANNI6AN U 

MUNBATE U 

SRUHIT U 

JONES 2 

WIST OALE UNIT 

HOOD. CAREY UNIT 

HOOO. CARET UNIT 

VAUBHAN-BROCKETT COOF 



CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 



SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN, 
SPAR MTN 



BENOIST 
BENOIST 



16- 68. IDE 
35*68.1 OF 

33.6S«10E,t.TS.10E 



24.14N.TF 

13«1«N.7F 

I4,87,34,3S.|4N.7E 

87.14N.7E 

»,I3,1*«13N.7E 

16, 14,20, 30.14N.SE, 

1I,24,2S.14N. 7E 



86.3S.3W 
I4,lS,82,23.3S>3W 



30* 



AUX VASES 29.8S.4E 

MCCLOSKY 13.28.6E 



AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
MCCLOSKY 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
OMARA 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
HAROINSBURG 
CTPRFSS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
BETHEL 
AUX VA8E8 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 



19,16>4S.10E 



1.TS.4EI6.7S.9E 

«,5.78-3-|33-6S.3E 

<M6.78.5E 

33.6S-3E, 4.T8-5E 

33,34-69.9E,3,4.78«9E 

89, 30, 32-68. SE 

30, 31.6S.SE 

19,20,30.78.3Et 

2S.7S.4E 

6.TS.SE 

9.6S.6E 

26.9S.6E 

86.SS.6E 

81.6S.SE 

82.68.SE 

7, 18.78. RE 

87.58.6E 

87.5S.6E 

34.5S.6E 



*8 
89* 



200* 
30* 



80* 

60* 



11,14 

11.63 

34.68 

8-TS 

3,6,7 

89.78 

11,18 

18,19 

83>6S 

6.68 



.15, 88,83. 6*. 5E 

SE 

SE 
5E 

,8.6S'6E 
•BE 

. bs.se 

.6S.6E 

SE 
7E 



4,5.48.68 
1.7S.3E 

17.6S.6t 
6.6S.7F 



86,3«,33.68.3E 

34.9S.6E 

5,6,7.TS.SE 

8.6S.6E 

11, II, 11, 14,23, 84. AS- 

9E 7,18. 68. 6E 

13, 23, 24.68.SE 
16,21.68.78 

24.68'SE 

10, IS, 16.6S.SE 

S.6S.6E 

19.88.61 

4, 10-68. St 

IS, 29.6S.SE 

2S.6S.SE 

a, ?. 4t.tr. 

18.BS.6E 
1I.6S.6E 
3.6S-6E 
3.4S.6E 

I7.1B.6S.6E 



S3* 
249 



32 
19 



ITT 



30* 
47 



943* 
209* 



310* 



1.6 



67* 
34** 



12* 



30* 



1013 
3007 
8487 
1SSS 
13TI 
737 
1282 
7938 

633* 
933 

436 
62 

2004* 
480* 

3259 
1813 
314 

S617* 
447* 

8445* 

10312 

645 

1T9 

2262 

3372 

656* 
1900 
2312 
2008* 
16977 



959« 
99» 

211 
9710 



73 S75S 

3064 

1614 
6T4* 
64244 

S700* 

30* 3911* 

543 
200* 
1T1 
20)* 
2?2 
TU 
306 
166 
841* 
6476 
867 
1|04 
1237 



5.6 

1.3 



11.9 
1.6 



1.6 
3.3 



2.4 



2.6 

9.6 



l.S 

U.4 

9.1 



6.3 



1.2 
6.4 



1.1* 



110 

340 

Tl 

279 

10 

1) 

159 

719 

SB 
28 

13S* 
• 
3S6 

SO 
312 

189 

243* 

17* 
2S3* 

1403* 
• 
4 
283 
2*9 
T6 
119* 
247* 
169 
1407 



39 

Tl 

2 

696 



2SS 

29S 

16| 
61 

4902 



249* 

74 

19* 

17 

19* 
4 

14 

27 
1*0 

*3* 
61* 

• 
290* 

82 



85* 



200* 
30* 



20* 

60* 



35* 

567 



31 
25 



47 



30* 

181 



3Ui 



949* 
109* 



117* 





T» 

61 

1914 

9S6 

3620 

3165 




1 

1 

56 

12 

262 

111 




875 

243 

2800 

45. 


T2 

144 


4S67 
28936 


6.9 

26.0 


1S93* 
S06J* 


ITS 
STl 


3982 
32977 


91 


264* 

51 


6.7 


84* 

• 








11 99 




46 




245 



244* 
2T6* 

637* 

43* 

104* 

101* 

2314* 

30 I . 

256« 

• 

1039* 

48Q* 

1640 

1764« 

25*2** 
296* 

1820* 

54*9* 

• 
4S 
680* 
1536 

646* 
1018 
1442 
1724* 
*9S2 



S64 
SOS 

16 
283 6601 



8008 

15*8 

1116 
500* 
• 41*6 

4184* 

8480* 

261 
133* 

4 
«6* 

ISO 
1*8 

116 
1S1 
109* 

3334 
• 

1410* 
718 



86 



111 Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTIC! (»V, VALUE) • OEVElOAnENT AS OF 11*31*79 • INJECTION MATE" • 

• FIELO, COUNTY . • . • • NO. OF • • SOURCE T»pe • 

• ............. • PERM* OIL * DATE • DATE • *£LIS • ACRES • SDpSAND (F1.FHE8M « 

• PROJ, • DEPTH • NET • AOR • (MD)»BAAV • AIA|T • ABO, • > UNOEA * SMaBAAVEL (B)4BRlNE « 

• NO, • (AT) • AAV • (I) • *(AAI)* 1NJ. * .lNJ,.pAun,. INJ, • AROO»AAODueEO {m)iMI»ED • At**AAKS 

• • • (AT)* ••• • ••• • BHiSHALLOx * 



CONCOAO 
4443 

• 4444 

• 41)3 



C, NMITE 
1945 9,0 
15*0 1S.0 
8130 11,0 
(590 11,0 



6-63 11*76 
14,3 42 36.0 12-66 1».T4 



COOKS MILLS C, C0LE8, OOUBLAS 



388 
SOI 

510 
SIS 

SOS 



17TS 
17TT 
1S00 

1800 
1S0U 



5,0 
11,0 
lt.0 
11,0 
11.0 



H. 3 

16.0 
IT, 5 
IT. 3 
»T.O 



199 
1*5 

aso 



JT.O 

J8.0 

J8.0 

JS.O 



• SOS 17S0 10.0 13. S l»u 39. 



04-43 
04.63 
04-6! 
04-61 
01-61 
ll-Al 



01-45 
01-65 
11-68 
11-68 
01-68 
18-78 



3 
2 
S 
I 
84 

6 



60 
20 
10 

90 



60 

40 

140 

40 

3(0 

4U0 



PPOOjCtO(l) 
AAOOUCEO(B) 

9H QRAV, AHOO (M) 



SH SO (A) 

SH SO. AAPO (M) 

SH SO, AROO («) 

SH SO, AHOO (M) 

RIVER, AROU (M) 
A(NN SO (P-) 



•EST. ♦INCL.ARIN, SINCE 6J 
•EST. *InCL. PRIM 196). 76 

•ESTIMATED SlNCt 1970 



20,0 

20.0 



890 
890 



COAOES, WASHINGTON 
4010 1870 II, 
4000 1230 14,0 

CURINTM, WILLIAMSON 
4504 11,0 

COVINGTON 3, N4YNE 
•4120 3)16 4,0 

CR0S8VILLE Hi "MITE 
•4404 3010 16,0 
3190 6,0 
3110 4,0 



DALE C, FRANKLIN, HAMILTON, SALINE 



37,0 
37,1 



)S,0 



• 1309 

• ISIS 

• 1534 

• 1544 
•1545 

• 1551 
•155) 

S62! 

1954 

• |S64 

• 1520 

• 152S 

IS6S 
1S7S 

• 1347 
1526 
198S 

• 13)7 



• 1510 
•1511 

• 1559 
•15)6 

• 1501 
3620 

• 152) 
•ISJ4 

1589 
136) 



1978 

135T 

• 1SJ3 

1961 



1563 

•1343 

•150! 
IS66 
IS|4 

• 1S1I 

1S48 

•ISJ9 

• 1967 

• IS07 
•1916 
•19)1 

• 13)9 

• 1540 
•1541 

• |S61 

• 1S04 

• 1S08 
•1504 
•I5J8 



3230 

31S0 
3300 
3130 
3250 
3830 
32S0 
3|40 

3860 
3064 
3050 
I9S7 
3200 
3190 
3113 
3034 
1990 
3090 
1730 
1900 
3090 
3100 
317) 
3350 
3290 
318S 
3130 
3|90 
3|90 
3110 
2710 
1873 
1990 
3100 
3815 
383U 
1730 
3000 
3|30 
3810 
3319 
33S0 
1940 
3090 
3800 
3108 
3110 
3193 
3S00 
3108 
3192 
3080 
3810 
3800 
3170 
3088 
3110 
3090 
3840 
3844 
3180 
3166 
3030 
3090 
1990 
3190 



S.O 
15,0 
II. 3 
81,0 
82.0 

10,0 
|4,0 
80,0 

io.o 

30,0 
80,0 
19.0 
f.O 
18.0 
20.0 
II. 
11.0 
13.0 
l«.0 
80.0 
10,0 
81,0 
19,0 
14,0 
l«.0 
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8.0 
19.0 
80,0 
19.0 
80,0 
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80,0 
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4,0 
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80.0 
19.0 
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10. 
83.0 
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s.s 

15.0 
8.0 
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3.0 
81.0 
80,0 
10.0 
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80,0 
80,0 
80,0 
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26.0 
18. 



17.0 
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19.0 
17.0 
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20.5 

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80,0 
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16.0 

18.0 

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80.0 
83.9 



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16,0 
18,0 



18.0 
l«.0 
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17,0 
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190 
190 
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800 
800 



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180 
117 
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80 



100 

40 

130 

100 

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96 

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97 

76 

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JT.O 
JS.O 
JT.O 
JT.O 
JB.6 



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08-50 



11-75 
ll*»T 
0J.65 



08-59 
01-59 
06-61 
03-63 
04-63 
04-63 
04-6S 
06-63 

18-63 

09-61 
07-61 
07-61 
08-69 
09-71 
09-60 
08-61 
07-61 
07-61 
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08-6! 
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06-99 
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16 



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03-69 2 

I 
1 



9 

80 



01-70 
01-70 
03-71 
09-73 
03-68 
06-69 
01-73 



01-70 
11-66 
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11-68 



06-76 
9-66 

03-64 
03*64 
03*67 
11*66 
04*99 

11*67 

01*70 



11*66 



06*69 

09*68 09*69 

08-55 10-68 

07-70 

09-98 



11-63 
1-65 
11-68 
06-70 
08*98 
09*60 
07*61 
09*61 
18*68 
10*39 
11*61 
07*S1 
06*98 
06-38 
03*61 



9-7J 

03-67 
12-Tl 
07*61 
03*69 
11*65 
06*67 
06*67 
U*T1 
01*78 
09*67 
11*66 
11*68 
11*66 



3 
11 
t 
3 
3 
3 
3 
6 

I 
I 
I 

1 
4 
1 

11 
I 
6 
7 
4 
4 
4 

84 
I 
2 
7 

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1 
5 
4 
9 
2 



36.0 09*59 |(*70 1 



14 

10 

is 

9 

7 

6 

82 

3 

4 
1 
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3 
2 
4 
I 
9 
6 
4 
4 
4 

21 
1 

4 
8 

16 
4 
9 
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4 

10 



10 



ISO 
4)9 



90 



70 

100 



80 
250 

1)0 
170 
190 
1)0 

no 

480 

80 

6" 

40 

30 

40 

JO 

980 

60 

ISO 

ISO 

80 

80 

80 

640 

30 

60 

ISO 

310 

SO 

110 

180 

no 

100 

100 

200 

60 

40 

80 

80 

130 

130 

ISO 

100 

40 

1)0 

1)0 

1)0 

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1S90 

980 

250 

60 

240 

80 

40 

640 

JO 

80 

40 

100 

60 

60 

40 

260 

1)0 

130 

1*0 



PRODUCED (8) 
PENN SO, AHOO (B) 



PENN SO (B) 
CYPRESS, AROD 16) 
PRODUCED (6) 



PENN SO, PAOO (B) 

CVARESS, 0X00 (B) 

AENN SO, AROD (B) 

AENN So, PROD (B) 

AENN SO, RHOu (B) 

PENN So, AROD (B) 

AENN So, AROD (B) 

AENN SO, AROD (B) 

AENN SO, AROD (B) 
PAOOUCED (B) 
PURCHASED (B) 
AURCHASEO (A) 
PRODUCED (S) 
AAOOuCED(B) 

PENN SO, AROO (B) 
AALCSTINE, AROO (B) 
PALESTINE, PROU (B) 

PRODUCED (8) 



CVAAE8S, AROO (B) 
PAOOUCED (8) 
SH 80 (A) 
AENN SO, AHOO (B) 
CVARESS (A) 
PRODUCED (6) 
CVARESS, AROO (B) 
CVPAtSS, AROD (B) 
AENN SO, PHOO IB) 
HARD1NSBUA*, AROD (6) 



AENN.S AROU (B) 
AENN So, AROD (B) 
AENN SO, »R00 (B) 
CVPAESS, AHOQ (B) 



CVARESS NSH, PHOu (B) 

PALESTINE, PROD (B) 

PENN, PRDO (B) 

PRODUCED (81 

HARD, CVP, AROD (B) 

PURCHASED, AROD (B) 
PENN SO, AROO (B) 

6RAVEL BED If) 
AENN SO (B) 
CVARESS (B) 

PURCHASED (B) 
HCCLOSKV (8) 
AENN SO, AROD (B) 
AENN SO, PROD (B) 
CVARESS SO, AROD (B) 
AURCHASEO (6) 
AENN SO, AROD (B) 
HARDINSBuAS, AROO (B) 
HAROINSBUR*. AROO (6) 
AENN SO, AROD (B) 



•INCL ARIM PROD SINCE 4-65 

•ADJUSTED 



•ADJUSTED 8V UAEAATUA 
•NO WF OIL RECOVERED 



•19&6-67 u*l» ONLY 
•1965-67 DATA ONLY 
•ESTIMATED 
•1463-66 U»T» ONLY 
•THRU 1967 ONLY 
• THRU 1967 UNLY 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL 1525 
•INCL »1TM 1320 
•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•tSTIMATEDI *INCL BOTH PAYS 

•EST ♦BfcTnEu ANU AUK VASES DATA 



•INCL 1511 
•INCL *ITM 1310 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1965 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL PHIM PROO SINCE 1-61 
•INCL AhIM PRuD SINCE 9.61 
•ESTIMATED 6INCE 197B 



• CORRECTED t»Y OPERATOR 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 

•tSTlMATED 1969-1970 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 197S 

•ALL DATA ARE ESTIMATED 
•NO DATA |969 

•INACTIVE 1968-1472 

•INCL WITH 1509 
•INCL 1S06 



87 



• SENeRAL INFORMATION 


• 


PRODUCTION AND 


INJECTION STATISTICS (M IBlS) • 


• field, county • 




* 


• 


• 


nATEP. • 


OIL • 


MATER ■ 




* 


PAY NAME * LOCATION 


• 


INJECTION • 


PROOUCTION ■ 


PRODUCTION • 


• PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR * U ■ 

• • ■ ABO • 


UNIT 


• 
• 


• 8 . T • R 

• 


• 


TOTAL • CUM, « 


TOTAL • CUM, • 


TOTAL • CUM, t 


• * ■ P,M, • 




* 


• 


• 


1*79 • 12/79 t 


19T9 * 1I/T9 • 


19T9 • II/T9 • 


OAlfc C. FRANKLIN, HAMILTON. (ALINE 
















CONTINUED 
















lJtO TEXACO, INC. DALE UNIT 






TAR SPRIN6S 1,1, 11,11, 11-*S.*E, 9 

HAROINItURO 6,T,6,17,lS,19-*S.7| 

CYPRESS 

•ITHCL 

»U« VASES 




198* 18*21 

1|BS 

2T*« 25756 

44** 1*407 

U*9* 102298 


**,** 99*4* 


1*90* 119211* 


1942 UNION OIL CALIF, DALE COOP 






TAR SPRINGS 3*-5S.»>t,3t.38.7e, 

HAROINSBURG 0.7.68.7J 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 




775 89017 


St. 9 2130 


•T) |473k 


1629 PAUL ZIEGLAR WEST ENO UNIT 




AUX VASES If, 19, 80. 78. St 




90* 1901* 


S.l i'i 


90* 1709* 



OEERINB CITY, FRANKLIN 

1119 FARPAR OIL CO, 

DIVIDE C, JEFFERSON 

2007 DEVON CORP, 

2019 OEVON CORP, 

2022 JOHN OUNNILL 

•2002 6ULF OIL CO 

2027 E HOMER JAHN 

2021 TEXACO, INC. 



OUBOIS C, WASHINGTON 

«O0T N, A, BALDRID6E 

4024 N, A, BALORIDGE 

•4001 MARRY MABRY 

4001 ELMEM UELZE 

4006 ELMER OELZE 

4029 E. M, !ElP 

DUDLEY, EUGAR 

900 BARR.M0MAN.RQB8N 

901 BARRaHOMAN.RUBBN 
90* G. T, DOBIE 

9U9 W HENI&MAN EST 

904 JUDITH NtUMAN 

901 OOIS PATTILLO EST 

402 OOIS PATTILLU EST 



PEABOOY COAL 



PRITCHARD MRS 
DELL* MCELRAVY 
ELLER.PIERCe.WJLLlB 
N.O. MOLLOHAY 
MINOR UNIT 
WEST DIVIDE U 



KAMIN8K! 

MUSIAL WATERFLUOO 

PEEK 

PECK 

KLAVBOR 
RUUOLRM 



BASER LSE 
BABER LSE *I 
BRINKERNOFF 
WALLER 
8TEI0L 
ZIT* HgKILL 
A STAUB LSE 



EUINBURG N, CHRISTIAN, SANGAMON 

101 DON HANKS EDINBURO W U 



ELBRIDGE. EDOAR 

• 90T CONTINENTAL OIL 



ELOOPAOO C, SALINE 
• 1*1* BUFAY OIL CO 
•1910 HAP. KEN OIL CO, 
1*11 MAR.KEN OIL CO, 
1921 HAH.KEN OIL CO, 



1*24 LOUIS KAPP 

•3603 FRANK KING 

•1609 W, C, MCBPIOE 

1600 MISTY OIL CO 



1612 MISTY OIL CO 
160S THE NELSUN CO. 

ELDORADO E, SALINE 
•1607 G. L, REASOR OIL 

ELLERY E, EDWARDS 
•1007 T, E, CROSLEY 
•1019 T, E, CROSLEY 

ELLIOTSTOwN N, EFFINGHAH 
•1101 VIRSIL STREETER 

ENERGY, WILLIAMSON 
4902 A, B, VAUOHN 

ENFIELD, WHITS 

•444t joe a, dull 

•4209 NICHARO ELSIE 
•426* RICHARO ELSIE 
•4292 RICHARD ELSIE 

EXCHANBE E, MARION 
•2610 FARPAR OIL CO, 



EXCHANBE N C, MARION 
2619 ECU OIL CO 

EXCHANGE W, MARION 
262S STONE OIL CO 



ELBRIDBE 



SPRICH-LORCH 
SOUTHWEST u 
CENTRAL U 
WEST UNIT 



ELDORADO Nw 

ENOICOTT U 

CVP, ELOURAOQ NE UNIT 

NW ELDORADO U 



VICTOR SUTTNER C 
WALT, ELDORAOO NE U 

PORTER 



ELLERY EAST UNIT 
ELLERY E U 



N ELLIOTTSTOWN 
ENER0Y NP 

PRICE 

S ENFIELO U 2 
S ENFIELD U t 
S ENFIELD U 1 

EXCHANGE EAST UNIT 

SLAPOUT MP 
CHARLETON FLOOD 



AUX VASES 9.7S-1E 



AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 
MCCLOBKY 
SPAR MTN 
SPAN MTN 
MCCLOSKY 



CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 



20.1S.4E 

17. IS. at 

16.iS.4E 

21.1S.4E 

2L1S.1E 

11,14,19,22,21, 

26.1S.1E 



7,8, 17- IS. lw 
19«IS.1W|24.1S>2W 
2Q.1S.1N 
20.1S.1W 

17.J8.IW 
17.J8-1H 



19* 917* 0.7 121* 19* 497* 



IB* 199 4.0 84 

9* 270 0,2 10 

10* 1T0* 9.6 AS* 

2707 189 

0.7 212 



1109 HT81 



L DUOLEY 9.1]N.llu 

L DUDLEY 9.11N.I1W 

L DUDLEY 10'llN.llM 

L DUDLEY l«l]N.l}u 

L OUOLEY 3-1JN.11W 

L DUOLEY J.llN.tlu 

L DUDLEY 4.13N.11W 



SILURIAN 8,1*,1T.14N.3m 



FREOONIA 



1,«.12N.11W| 

!»«llN.l 1 w 



WALTER8BURG 19.SS.6E 

HALTERSBURG 20.21.8S.7E 

WALTER8SUR0 IS, 16, 21-88. 7E 

PALESTINE 20.B8.7E 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

WALTEHSBURG 9,i*. 17.88-7B 

AUX VASES 

HALTERSBURG 2.BS.7E 

CYPRESS 10.15.AS.7E 

TAR SPRINGS 8.88. 7E 

HAROINSBURG 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 7.8S.7E 

WALTERSBURO 1 0, 1 1 , 15-68. 7E 

AUX VASES Il.8S.7t 

AUX VASES 27.I4.2S.10E 

Omaha 2T.14.2S.10E 

MCCLOSKY 17.20.TN.TE 
AUX VASES I.4.9S.2E 



AUX VASES 29.9S.8E 

OMARA 

MCCLOSKY 28,29,12.9S.8E 

AUX VASES 2S,29,12.9S.8E 

OHARA 2B.29.12.99.8E 



SPAR HTN 29.1N.4E 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 7.1N.4EM2.11.1N.1E 

SPAR MTN 4-1*. JE 



24.1 



IS* 


209 


9* 


17* 


10* 


170* 




229* 


19* 


1119* 


10*S 


221187 



79* 1909* 9,1 

15* 90* u.S 

68 

20* 169* 1.4 

69* 1017* 1,2 

4Q* U89* 4.7 



190* 1690* 22.9 

9U* **]• 9.8 

120* 819* 19,7 

10* 694* U.S 

10* 949* 2.9 

10* 414* 9.6 

99* 446* 11.7 



2 1061 2.1 
12000* 



117 

6701 

1171 2123« 26.1 

429 197} 1»,1 



*9* 891* 1.1 

221 

611 

190* 1917* 9.0 



80* 1128* S.l 
400* 18499* 21.1* 



1428 



194 T9* 1129* 

9 15« 90« 

16 9 

19 20* 18** 

119 *9* 9*0* 

111* 40* 1165* 



41* 190* 1**0* 

92 90* 441* 

196* 120* 819* 

Ilk* 10* *!*• 

*1* 30* 9*9* 

T9 10* 414* 

131 99* 4*** 



197* 2 6*3 
»00* 12000* 



2* 

»*] 2*97 

19*9 10*2 111*9 

120 171 *09 



PS 19* 177* 

21 *2 

98 127 

4} 90* 19|* 



79 SO* k*4* 
19*** 400* 8729* 





171 






39 




41 




1*19* 
1*7]* 






*3J«* 

♦ 




987** 

• 




929* 






99* 




2*1* 


290* 


1197* 


7 


,8 


91 


290* 


124S* 



400* 

1127 

2268 

161 



]4S 



80** 



91 



*00< 



42 *49 

160* 119 

99* 299 



270 H66 4.1 474 
72 1079 6.1 IT!* 



104 



86 11(4 



429 



88 



ill Illinois, 1979 continued 



• RESERVOIR STATISTICS (AV, VH.Uk) * 


OEVELOPHENT 


AS 07 


12-31 


-79 • 


INJECTION 1 


•ATI* 


• • 


• FIELO 


, COUNTY 






• 

• PERM 

• (HO) 


• • 

• OIL • 
•StAV • 


BATE 
FltST 


• • 

• DATE • 

• ABO, • 


NO. OF • 
HELL* - 


• 
ACRES • 

UNDER • 


SOURCE 
SOtSAND 
BHrGRAVEL 


type 

(P)*FRESH 

(b).RHlNf. 


• • ■ 
• • 


• PROJ, 


• DEPTH 


• NET 


• ROD 




• 


• • 


• NO, 


• (Fn 


• RAY 


• (XI 


• 


•(API)* 


IN J, 


• 


• 


INJ..PBQ 


INJ. • 


PROU»PtOOuCtO 


fM).Hl» t D 




1 


• 


• (FT) 


• 


• 


• • 




• 


• 


• 


« 


• 


ShiSHALLOm 




• • 


o*ii C. I 


FRANKLIN 


, HAMILTON. 


SALINE 






















CONTINUEO 




























1560 


(400 


1*. 9 


14.0 


92 


16.0 


07. 65 






14 


14 


497 


PENN S|), PROo 


(B) 


•B8TIHATEU FROM TuTAL INJECTION 




>4T9 


8,5 








01-65 


07-71 


5 


4 


328 






♦ INCL ALL PAYS 




2tao 


13. 3 


19.3 


lot 


it.o 


01-65 






33 


33 


2399 










1900 


18,0 


II, 


22 


lt.0 


01-t3 






48 


96 


1040 










*tio 


It, 5 


IT. 3 


tt 


J7.0 


0l-t9 






60 


98 


1192 








!•«■ 


2310 
1900 

■TOO 
2t20 

3010 


19.0 

it.o 

15.0 
II. o 
29,0 


18.0 


190 




06-63 






3 


8 


10 

10 

290 

400 

200 


PENH Su, PNOO 


(B) 




itaa 


1190 


19.0 


16.0 


75 


37,0 


01-56 






3 


7 


no 


PRODuCtO (B) 




•tSTIHATEU 


OEERING 1 


:iTY, FNAN*LlN 


























III* 


2S00 


19.0 






18,2 


07-61 






1 


4 


30 


PROOUCED (b) 




•1NCL PRIHI ♦tSTIHATEU 


oivirt C 


, JEFFERSON 


























2007 


2614 


8,0 








06-69 






1 


2 


40 


CYPRESS CB) 




•ESTIHATEU 1979 


1019 


(t9t 


20,0 






37,8 


08-6t 






1 


3 


90 


CYPRESS (S) 




•ESTIMATFO 1979 


1022 


I8DJ 


6,0 








74-72 






2 


9 


60 


PROOuCED(R) 




•ESI. ♦iNCL.PtiH, SINCE 72 


i|OOI 


2803 


t.« 


16,0 




36,6 


05-99 


09' 


•65 


1 


9 


60 


PRODUCED fbl 






leir 


266u 


l».° 








10-69 






• 


6 


60 






•EST.) tAUJACfcNT TO ACTIVE nF 


2021 


1710 


t.O 


13.0 


t? 


IT.O 


11-64 






16 


16 




PFNN Su, PRO0(8 






IT90 


19.0 


U.» 


103J 


37,0 








17 


16 


1249 








0UB0I8 C 


, WASHINGTON 


























4007 


1290 


'.9 








01-43 






6 


16 


250 


PROOUCEO (B) 




•ESTIMATED 


402* 


1235 


8.0 








1*73 






2 


a 


60 


PROOuCEO(B) 




•ESTIMATED 


• 4003 


1232 


11.0 






17,0 


12-99 


08-64 


1 


2 


40 


TAR SFR. PKOO 


(B) 




•001 


12*0 


10,0 








11-66 






1 


4 


50 


PRODUCED (b) 




• ESTIHATEU oTivCt 1970 


toot 


1250 


10,0 






37,0 


10-61 






3 


IB 


210 


BEN0I8T, PNOO 


(B) 


•ESTIHATEU 


4029 


1215 


it.o 








10-61 






2 


9 


70 


PRODUCED(B) 




•EST.*INCL.HR1H SINCE 62 


DuDttr, EDBAR 




























*00 


tto 


18,0 


20,0 


90 


28.3 


06-tT 






3 


19 


too 


PRODUCEO fbl 




• tSMMAlEu SINCE 1971 


001 


410 


12.0 


20.0 


30 


29.0 


02-72 






2 


6 


80 


PRODUCED (b) 




•ESTIMATED 


tot 


410 


20,0 








7-66 






2 


7 


90 


PROOuCEO(t) 




•EST. ♦InCl. PRIM, SINCE 66 


tos 


415 


18,0 








01-67 






2 


6 


60 


PROOUCEO to) 




*EST.*INCLUUES PRIMARY SlNCt 64 


904 


420 


19.0 








03-»7 






1 


A 


40 


PROOUCEO fb) 




•EST «INCL F»1H PnOU 


tot 


410 


30,0 








03-67 






1 


3 


40 


PRODUCED (b) 




•tSTlMATEO 


•01 


400 


23,0 








03-67 






1 


7 


70 


PROOUCED fbl 




•ESTIMATED 


E01N6URS 


X, CHRISTIAN, 


SANOAMQN 






















101 


1700 


19,0 






8.0 


11-61 






1 


10 


210 


PRODUCED ft)) 




•INCL PNIH PRuO SINCE 10-54 


elbridce 


, COCA" 




























• tor 


•90 


4,0 








6-30 


12-65 


12 


12 


300 


PROOuCEO(t) 




•tSTIHATEU 


ELOORAOg 


C, SALINE 


























•jttt 


1050 


11,0 


19.0 


190 


18,0 


09-64 


12-68 


1 


I 


10 


PALESTINE 80 


(B) 




•mo 


2130 


it.o 


|7.0 


225 


38,0 


05-63 


01' 


• 74 


9 


23 


P90 


KEnN so, phoq 


(*) 




It 11 


2150 


20,0 


lT.0 


225 


16,0 


ns-t3 






5 


7 


• 20 


PENN SO, PRO0 


(8) 




Ml! 


1900 

2700 
2900 


19.0 

9,0 
10,0 


IT.O 
11.0 
19,0 




32.6 


2-72 






9 

3 


8 
4 


100 

20 

100 


PENN SO.PRUO 


(b) 




Ittt 


2330 

2900 


13,0 

12.0 








06-71 






4 
3 


9 

3 


100 
100 


PROOUCEO(B) 




•ESTIMATED SINCE 1978 


•}t0I 


2090 


7.0 


19.0 


100 




04-39 


10-63 


I 


4 


60 


PENN SO (B) 






AltO* 


tsto 


12.0 


18,0 


80 


38,0 


12-62 


08' 


•66 


2 


3 


90 


PENN SU, PROU 


(") 




itoo 


2200 
2314 
2900 


to.o 
*.o 

7,0 






36, t 


05-70 






1 
2 
3 


1 
2 

4 


30 
40 
80 


PROOUCEO(B) 




•ESTIHATEU 


Hit 


2922 


8,0 






33.4 


09-63 






1 


2 


40 


PENN SU (B) 




S,D,4.65,kEACTIvatEU ;-66<EST 


itoa 


2200 


22.0 


19,0 


200 


18,0 


06-63 






6 


7 


540 


PFNN SU, PKOO 


(B) 


• SlNCt U-62I6EST, SINCE 77 


ELDORADO 


(l SALINE 


























• 1407 


2900 


7,0 






37,0 


01-61 


12' 


• 65 


9 


6 


190 


PALESTINt SAND fb) 




ELLERY E 


, EUHAROS 


























• JOUT 


3lT0 


10. 


IT. 7 


26 




12-37 


06. 


•67 


13 


11 


270 


SH SO, PROU ( 


») 


•NO DATA 1966-67 *InCl 1019 


• tojt 


3240 


t.o 








12-97 


06-67 


10 


16 


300 


SH SU (F) 




•NO DATA 1966-67 «InCl HITH 1007 


ELLIOTSTOdN n, fcFFlNBHAH 
























• 1101 


2700 


t.o 








12-66 


12' 


•72 


2 


10 


ISO 


TAR SPRi PNOO 


(B) 


•tSTlMATEO 1968-72 


ENER8Y, 1 


'ILLlAMSON 


























•901 


2394 


20.0 






40,0 


10-71 






1 


9 


110 


PRODUCED fbl 




•ESTIMATED SINCE 1976 


INFJELO, 


UNITE 




























• 4441 


3249 


15,0 








7-60 


12-64 


* 


1 


20 


PROOuCED(B) 




•EST.tAUJ.TU 426484292 




3120 


8,0 














1 


1 


30 






•• INCL, PH I M, 1960-1966 


•taot 


2tt| 


4,t 






16,6 


10-56 


03-68 


2 


I 


SO 


SH Su. PROU V 


V 




••1*4 


1*10 


9,4 


21.9 


142 


36,0 


02-94 


03-68 


3 


3 


22" 


PROOUCEO fb) 




•INCL PRIH PROD 


• tltt 


2ST4 


9,0 






IT. 3 


08-54 


10-65 


1 


1 


SO 


PRODUCED ti) 




•INCL PNIH PRUO SINCE 6-56 


EXCHANGE 


E. MARION 


























• 2t)0 


• 7TJ 


10. 








03-66 


07-70 


1 


2 


so 


CYPRESS 








1430 


9,0 














1 


3 


60 








EXCHANSE 


N t, HARION 


























2635 


2709 


19.0 


H. » 


200 


36,2 


11-66 






4 


9 


2S0 


HELL (b) 






EXCHANSE 


R, HARION 


























2t2t 


2372 


U. o 








11-66 






2 


7 


130 


PRUOUCED (B) 




• INCL PRIM PROD. EST 1 •ADJUSTED 



89 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS <H 88l8) * 



BENERAL INFORMATION 



• FIELD, COUNTY 

• PR0JKT NO,, OPERATOR 

• * • ABO 

• ♦ ■ P.M. 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• PAT NAME * 



LOCATION 
S • T • » 



WATER 
INJCCTION 



OIL 

PK00UCTJON 



WATER * 
PROQUCTION t 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • 

* 1979 • 12/79 • 1979 • 12/T9 • 1974 • 12/79 * 



PAIRMAN, CLINTON, MARION 

• MS PAUL WAITE 

PLORA I, CLAY 

• 3)1 DONALD S, SCARr 



OUCONB.KREITLER 



BIVEN.MCBRCW U 



FRIENDSVILLE N, WABASH 

• )998 0, LOEFPLER CBTATE, FRIENDSVILLE NORTH U 

• )949 MOSIC OIL CORP. LlTHIRLAND 

• )99S J. w, SANOIRS FRIENOSVILLE N u 

FROSTONN N, CLINTON 

409 ELMER OELZI SCHROEOER 



SARD'S POINT, WABASH 
IBIS BELL BROTHERS 
J8S2 WALKER 0RL6 CO, 

scRMANTowN e, Clinton 

« «06 NAT, BAB PIPELINE 

BILA, JASPER 

• 1416 SCHAEPER OIL CO, 



TALLET 

SARDS POINT UNIT 



gCRMANTOMN 



lilLA 



SOLDENBATE C, EDWAR08, WArNE, WHITE 



• 4412 

• 41i« 
•4128 

• 4199 

• 4194 

• 4149 
413* 

• 4S74 



AMERICAN PuMP 
CITIES SERVICE 
CITIES SERVICE 
CULLUM OIL CO, 
ALVA C, DAVIS 
OUNCAN LBE*ROV 
FAIRFIELO OIL CO 
BULP OIL CO 



• 1027 ILL. LBE, OP, 
40SS ILL. MID.CONT, 



•444T JENKINS BRU8 
4123 H AND H OIL CO, 



•43TB HARCH DRL8, CO, 
4I4S POOL OIL CO, 



1023 ROBINSON PROO, 



POLLARD UNIT 
KLETZNER U 

BOL0EN6ATE U 

PETTJSREw-PItRCV UNIT 

BUNNABE>w0008 U 

SCOTTBVILLl 

POND CREEK WF UNIT 

SOLDENBATE UNIT 



CHALGRAFT-HONN 
SOUTH ELLENT UNIT 



wHITlOw>«ILLIAHS 
60L0EN6ATE UNIT 



• 413B 

• 4STT 

• «IB* 



8KILES OIL CORP, 
TEXACO, INC, 
H, J. WlLLIAHS 



SOL0EN6ATE N C »M»J 
40*2 COLLINS BROS, 

•4031 ILL. MID.CONT, 
«06* NOAH PET 



&0LDEN6ATE 
w.ELLENV 



SNUWOALL UNIT 

O'OANIEL U 

J, HANCOCK COOP 

SOLDENBATE EAST UNIT 



JONES 

L0L'KE«J0HN80N 

fiOLDEN&ATE NURTH UNIT 



HALF MOON, wATNE 
41*8 COLLINS BROS, HALF MUON UNIT 
41S0 JUMPER PETROLEUM C HALF MOON U 



HARCO, SALINE 
3*1* COLLINS BROS, 
3*13 L06REE CORP, 

HARCO C, SALINE 
•3*01 BUN OIL CO, 
•3*02 BUN OIL CO, 

HARRISBUR6, SALINE 
•3*06 N, C, MCBRIOC 



HERALD 
1494 

• 1*19 
4210 

• 4304 
449* 



Ci BALLATIN, WHITE 
ABSHER OIL CO 

ASHLAND AND R 
C. E, BREHM 
C. E, BREHM 
JACK 6R00KOVCR 



1444 collins bros. 

•14u9 continental oil 

•1*1! continental oil 

1430 joe a, dull 

14)3 joe a, dull 

•43*0 ind. farm bur, 

4400 paul s, knibht 

43*0 1*00 petroleum 



43*9 LAOO PETROLEUM 

•431* LlVlNBSTUN OIL 

All* MASON OIL CO, 



MARCO U 

HARCO wE*T POOL UNIT 



HARCO HP UNIT 
HARCO WPPU 



HAHRISBURS NORTH 



C.HST.M BOTO 

SOUTH NEW HAVEN UNIT 

HERALD W, U, 

NEW HAVEN U 

NEwCQMB>AU0*HOY«WLSON 

HERALD E UNIT 

COTTONWOOD N U 
COTTONWOOD TAR SPR 
HERALO I U 
CLOVER>NEVILLE 
NEW HAVEN WF 
HARRELL«KNIBHT a WILL M B 
BATLET U 



HERALD COOP 
CALVERT »A« 
HERALO U 



BENQIBT 


13.24.3N.IW 




HCCLOBKY 


4.?N.*E 




BIEHL 


12>lN.|)w 




BIEHL 


1|2-«N.UW 




BIEHL 


Uls-iJw 




SILURIAN 


31>)N.3w 




OHARA 


23-1N.14W 




OHARA 


2S.26.1N.14* 




SILURIAN 


3k«2N.4W, 1«IN. 


4W 


HCCLOBKY 


26, 32,33. 8*. 96 




AUK VASES 


21. 12,27, 28>)|. 


9E 


AUK VASES 


4.3S.9E 




HCCLOBKY 


28.32.33.2S.9C 




AUK VASES 


2d.jS.9C 




AUK VASES 


13.24.2S.9C 




BETHEL 


23, jA.I8.9E 




AUK VASES 


29,30,31,32.28. 


9C 


AUK VASES 


36.33.1S.9E, ). 


48.96 


SPAR HTN 






HCCLOBKY 






AUK VASES 


20.2B-I0E 




AUK VASES 


24, 29.28. »E 




SPAR MTN 


19. 30.28. 10E 




HCCLOBKY 






HCCLOBKY 


2S.)S.9E 




AUK VASES 


32.33.2S.9E 




OMAHA 






SPAR HTN 






AUK VASES 


3.4S.9E 




AUK VASES 


19.22.23.2T.28.9E 


OHARA 






SPAR HTN 






AUK VASES 


SO.31.2S.10C 




SPAR HTN 






RETHEL 


2*>2S.9E 




AUK VASES 


2|.3S>9E 




RETHEL 


IS, 26-28-96 




AUK VASES 






AUK VASES 


9.2S.9E 




OHARA 


17.28.96 




AUK VAStS 


17.23-96 




HCCLOBKY 


28. IS. 96 




OHARA 


2*,34,99.1S.9E 




AUK VASES 


1*.S«'9E 




AUK VASES 


29.8S.SE 





CYPNCSB 29.S8.9E 

AUK VASES 24.29, 26.88.J6 



WALTERSBURG 34.88-66 



CYPRESS 
TAR SPRIN68 
NALTERSSURB 
AUK VASES 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASES 
TAR SPRINBB 
AUK VASES 
CYPRESS 
TAR SPRINGS 
AUK VASES 
AUK VASES 
AUK VASES 
TAR SPRINGS 
PENNSYLVNIN 
CLORC 

TAR SPRINGS 
CYPRESS 
AUK VASES 
AUK VASES 
AUK VASES 
CYPRESS 



23-73-96 

29,30'TS.IOE 

2S,33.»S.9E 

18.TS.10C 

34.kS.9E 

23,24,2),26.7S.*E 

21, 28-78. 9E 
lk.7S.9E 

S*.7S.9E»l9.7S.10E 
14.76.46 

17.lS.TS.10E 

14.78-46 
11-78.91 



10.78-46 
4. 74-106 
27,83,34.48-91, 



1494*6 
TO 



S79 
kl) 



192** 



99 
1*2* 

7 



8.1 



SB 



3194 



41S 



1997 



1* 



30* 



13*1* 


1.) 


139 


31 






994** 


2.* 


74* 



14*4** 



99 
2*2 



• 
80* 


• 
1939* 


3.9 

4.1 


49 

7k 


BO* 


1300* 


129 


4726* 


B.7 


1229 


129 


4724* 



17*0 





2174 






109 




1089 




102 






1 




10 




91* 






7 




28 1 




2*2* 






14* 




122* 




631 






49 




ISO 




791 






294 






30 


8*97 
7279 

79 


k 


k 


kO« 
k9k 

14 


SO 


2478 

5*«9 

9 


290* 


9149* 

SOU* 


t) 


7 


398 

109** 


290* 


S3SS* 

800* 


*3 


49l*f 

1919* 

109 
294* 


2 


,4 


63* 
203* 

27 


43 


238*8 
kS9* 

107 


SO* 


24kk* 
2k* 


1 


,* 


4SS* 


SO* 


1494*4 


27 


74 

219 

k80 

IkS* 

IkS 


4 


.0 


10 

2k 
29 
SO* 


27 


74 

24 
279 

104* 


3* 


1*9* 

390* 





,4 


23 
93* 


9* 


69* 
390* 


40* 


897* 


1 


,9 


•• 


20* 


289* 


19* 


9204* 





,3 


190 


19* 


2*79* 


91 


7807 


4 


,8 


792 


79 


S0S8 


2*0* 


3984* 


12 


,1 


2*3 


2k0* 


2**7* 


9* 


718* 

84 

334 





,9 


k* 

3 
30 




37 

112 



13* 



SO* 


*29* 


7.) 


*•• 


90* 


429* 




193* 




229 




707 


19) 


3*98 
88 


3S.1 


• kl 
19 






29 


8) 


9.1 


17 


29 


• 3 


120* 


2207* 


».* 


IkU 


120* 


11*4* 




9*13 




1049* 




2114 




179* 




30 




•J 


)U* 


1*32* 


!•• 


199 


SO* 


44,. 


190** 


1200** 


13.3 


123 


190* 


1200* 




76. 




79 




14. 


400* 


3|74* 


19.2 


2T2 


400* 


2*72* 


14 


(1** 


2.7 


))) 


31 


3370 



*0* 10*0* 
90* 2139* 



90 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR IUTIITICI t»V t VALUE) « DEVELOPMENT At OF 11-31.7* • INACTION MATER • * ! 

• Mill), COUNTY * • • • • NO. OF * • JUUHCl TYPE • i 

• ............. • P|RM« OIL • DATE * OATt • WELLS • ACRES • SOaS'NU (fli'Hlt* • . 

• PROJ, • DEPTH • N(T * FOR • (MO)«GRAV . FIRST t ABO, • . IINDIR • QR»GRAVEL (B)«RRInE • t 

• NO, • (FT) • RAY * (I) • •(API)* INJ, * •INJ,«PR0D,« INJ. • PHOO»PRODUCEO (N)iMiXEO • RtMARKS • 

• • * (FT)* ••* • » • • • SHcSHALlOm • • 

FAIRMAN, CLINTON, MARION 

• «1J l*9u S.O 21.0 397 31,0 03-59 Ol'Tk * 9 HO PRODUCED (b) «N0 OaTa 1971*741 »t8TlMATEU 

FLORA 8, CLAY 

• 3)1 2992 11,0 1U-59 09*61 II 40 SH So, RNOO (M) .tSTIn»TEu 

PRIENUSVlLlE N, WABASH 

• 1996 1*50 10,0 19,0 19 33,0 09*62 01-71 4 3 »0 Sh 3d (F) 

• 3445 1*10 11,9 16.0 81 19,6 0T-4T 09.97 2 3 60 SH SU (F) *1NC PRIM PwOO 

• 14S3 1631 10,0 16, 6 08-57 li-M t I 40 SH SO (F) *OUMP FlOuD 

FR06T0WN N, CLINTON 

*04 H»0 18,0 03-6" 3 S HO PROOuCeO (b) .SMO.NO InJ nATA 

SARD'S POINT, MABASH 

3193 2660 10,0 06-71 * 3 SO .ADJACENT TO ACTIYE WF 

1*91 I860 8,0 06'71 2 8 160 PROOUCED(B) •ESTIMATEU 

02RMANT0WN E, CLINTON 

• 40* 210Q 60,0 J9, * 09>98 2 II 300 PRODUCED (B) .ADJUSTED BY OPERATOR 

GILA, JASPER 

M*16 28)9 6,9 t2,3 276 39.0 09-63 09.70 4 |T 4)7 GRAVEL, PROD (H) 

SULOENfiATE C, EOHAROS, MAYNE, WHITE 

•4412 3*90 12,9 21.0 100 )7,4 01-63 04.73 9 6 170 PENN Su, PHOQ (B) 

•4124 )242 10,0 19,0 10 04>96 10-96 1 2 30 CYPRESS, PROD (R) 

•4128 3308 8,0 34,0 lu-93 07.97 2 8 199 GRAVEL BED (F) 

•4199 3270 11,0 39,9 11*62 01-71 2 a 60 PENN So. PHOD (8) • ESTImatF.O 1467. 7u 

• 4194 3290 14,0 34,3 09-62 12-Tu 9 4 90 PROOuCEO frt) 
•4149 3100 4,0 39,8 01-39 01-64 6 7 130 SH SO, PHOU (M) 

41)4 322U 20,0 13,0 190 36,9 09-60 1 7 *00 SH Su, PROO («) 

•4374 330U 19,0 18.0 101 18,9 03-63 04-67 29 10 960 PENN Su, PROO (H) 

3400 12,0 13.0 184 29 12 960 

1498 10,0 10,0 102 1* 10 960 

•1027 3222 6,0 22,3 12*62 04-69 1 3 40 PENN So (B) 

408) 3280 13,9 19,0 • 34,9 09-71 3 4 9)0 .ESTIMATED SINCE 197) 

33TQ 7,0 12,9 99 )4,3 01*66 2 4 »»0 PENN Su, PH0Q (B) 

3)49 6,9 12,9 )90 2 4 

•4447 1420 3,0 7*60 7*76 1 2 40 PRODuCEO(B) •tST .♦InCL.PRI", 60*79 

412) )200 12,0 16,0 100 38,0 09*69 6 7 40 GRAVEL BED (F) *tSlr InCL ALL PAY8| «OMARA AND 

)160 4,0 19,0 30 36,0 06*36 70 Shah hTn CO-min. S>96 To 12-791 

3279 6,0 19,0 30 «AV 1969.7*1 ALL PAYS SINCE 19T9 

•43T8 3310 21,0 18,9 91 )9,9 09-6) 12-69 1 1 20 PENN So, PMOO (B) 

4146 )240 10,0 09-61 06*70 4 6 100 SH GRAVEL (F) *tSTIHATEOI .INCL ALL PA'S 

)270 19,0 09-61 4 9 400 

3310 9,0 09*61 03.70 1 2 60 

102) 3180 9,9 9*77 1 ) )0 PROOUCEO(B) 

3)10 12,3 1 2 30 

•41)6 3097 10,0 37,0 01*99 06*63 2 2 40 SH SO, PROO (H) 

•4377 3240 13,0 01*63 12*66 2 2 40 PENN SO, PHOD (8) 

• 4169 3080 10,0 19,0 07*69 06-71 1 2 10 PENN SO (B) *tST 1966-TUI Nu UM» 1971 

3206 |7,0 1 4 60 

GOLOENOATC N C MAYNE 

4062 3223 14,0 4-60 1 1 20 CYPRESS 6 PROO (B) •ESTIMATEU 

•4031 3313 8,0 7-64 11-69 1 1 20 PROOuCEO(S) «£STIMATPU 

4066 3290 }9,0 07*71 4 9 100 PRODUCED to) *ESTIMATEU 8INCE 1477 

HALF NOON, MAYNE 

4166 3300 10,0 40,4 12-62 6 4 470 6RAV BEO, PRuO CM) *ESTIHATEU 

4160 3280 10,0 11,0 124 40,0 0|*62 1 4 MO SH SU (F) 



3614 


2900 


13.0 








IU-69 




3 


19 


230 


PRUOUCED (6) 


)»l) 


2900 


s.a 


17,8 


34 


40,0 


10-65 




3 


1 


80 


CYPRESS, PHOU (8) 


HARCO E, 


•ALINE 






















6)601 


2990 


«.o 








07.34 


08*61 


1 


2 


30 


PENN Su, PROO (8) 


•)60f 


2890 


8.0 








07*94 


09*62 


2 


4 


SO 


PENN »o, PROO (B) 


HARRISBURG, SALINE 




















• )606 


2020 


10,0 


18,0 


140 


36,4 


07*98 


11*66 


3 


9 


80 


PENN SO, PROO (Bj 


MERALU C 


, GALLATIN, WHITE 


















1434 


29T9 


IS, 








4*70* 




1 


4 


SO 


PROOUCEO (B) 


• 1414 


2190 


i*.o 


1*.' 


400 


33.8 


12*61 


03*70 


9 


3 


42 


GRAV BED, PROD (M) 


4210 


2)29 


20,0 


20.0 


30 


17,0 


01*39 




T 


11 


200 


PENN 80 (■) 


• 4304 


2900 


is.o 


is.o 


100 


)B,0 


02*60 


12*69 


3 


3 


80 


RIVER (F) 


4496 


2680 
2920 


tt.o 
10,0 








8*76 




1 


6 


40 

30 


PROOuCEO(R) 


1*44 


2)19 
2990 


10.0 
is.o 






14,0 


06*64 




4 
3 


3 
IS 


120 
200 


CYPRESS (R) 


• 1409 


2690 


12.0 


15.0 


80 




12-9T 


04*69 


6 


IS 


400 


CLORE, PROD (B) 


•14)1 


2260 


13.0 


12.0 


30 


)T,8 


10*63 


12*66 


1 


1 


40 


CLORE. PROU (B) 


14)0 


2400 


10.0 


IT.O 


ISO 


38,0 


06-63 




9 


2 


180 


PALESTINE, PROD (8) 


1*)3 


2900 


8.0 


l*.o 


37 


38,0 


11-63 




2 


4 


110 


PROOUCED(B) 


• 4340 


2670 




1«.0 


10 


)S.S 


02-60 


12-67 


4 


3 


290 


SH 80, PHOD (H) 


4400 


2260 


11.0 








10*70 




2 


6 


100 


PALESTINE, PROO(B; 


4360 


1990 
2090 
2280 
26)0 
2680 


13,0 
13,0 
10,0 
21.0 

I*.0 


n.o 


SO 




01-62 




4 


4 


20 
90 
40 
40 
190 


PENN SO. PROO (B) 


4)69 


2900 


is.o 


!••■ 


100 


)7,0 


05*62 




2 


6 


70 


PENN SO, PROO (8) 


• 4)94 


2420 


11.0 






36.8 


09*62 


07-64 


1 


1 


20 


SHALLOW HELL (F) 


4)99 


2679 


l». « 


18.2 


Si 


38,0 


06*62 




20 


20 


• 20 


PENN SU, PROD (B) 



•E81IMATEU 
•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1977 



•feST.tlNCL.PRIH SINCE 70 



•ESTIMATEO SINCE 197) 

•INCL PRIM PROO SINCE 12*97 

•INJ STOPPED 4*67 

•ESTIMATEU SINCE 197) 

•INJ PROO WATER SINCE 1*69 *EST 

•EST SINCE 1-62 

•ESTIMATED 



• ESTIMATEO SINCE 74MINJ.0ISC.73 
•ESTIMATED 



91 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

t PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS f" •BUD • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPlRATOR 
* ■ ABD 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



• PAT NANC • 



LOCATION 

a ■ t • • 



MATER 
INJtCTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



WATER 
PR00UCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, * TOTAL • CUM, ■ TOTAL • CUM, • 

• HH • 12/79 * 1979 . 12/79 ■ 1979 t ll/7« • 



HERALO C> GALLATIN, WHITE 
CONTINUIO 

«1SS MASON OIL CO, 
•4191 W, C, MCIRIOI 



• tltl 

• 4111 
4311 
4313 
43M 
4416 
44|T 
4348 

• 4344 



B, B, MITCHELL 
OtNNII RAINI 
•ERNARO PODOLSKY 
BERNARD PODOLSKY 
BERNARD POQOLlKV 
BERNARO PODOLSKY 
BANOB OIL CO, 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 
TAMARACK PET, 



HICKORY HILL, MARION 
•2419 EAGLE SUPPLY CO 

HILL I, EFFINgMAM 

1120 PARTLOw, COCMNOR 

1121 RARTlOh, COCMNOR 
•1105 WICHITA INDUBTRIEB 



HORDi 
351 



CLAY 
JIT OIL CO, 



HORD B C, CLAY 

• 331 BHIRK, WEBBTER 

• 3IT BHIRK, WEBSTER 

INA, JEFFERSON 

• 2008 KEWANEE OIL CO, 



INBNAHAM, Ct*r 

324 BUFAY OIL CO 
• 320 HUMBLE AND R 

INMAN E C, GALLATIN 
l«J4 AUTUMN OIL CO 

1433 JAMES bROWNlNG 
•1422 CRAWFOWD PROD 
•|409 PARRAR OIL CO, 

•1404 MUMBLE AND R 

1434 MOBIL OIL CORP, 
•1420 JOE BIMPKINS OIL 

1408 TRI STAR PROD CO 



BAYLIY 

BAYLIY U 

ACKERMAN UNIT 

BAYLIY UNIT 

GRANT AUX YABEB UNIT 

CLARK UNIT 

L.O. AUSTIN 

HERALD Nw UNIT 

DUEBTELL COOP 

HERALO U 



HALPACRE 



HOHATH,PQYNTe»,GAOUEY 
SROWN.WOUO.BROwN 
HILL EAST UNIT 



C0NN(RLY«8CMR0LL 



SOUTH MONO UNIT 
ZINK UNIT 



JEFF.KARBER-THREL B 



SAILOR SPRINGS EAST U 

INgRAHAN u 



EGLI 

GOFOURTH 
BLACK 
E INMAN 

BIG BARN 
WILLIAMS 
MAYEN 
WEST UNIT 



pinn 

CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 



•1424 E, 6, WELKER EGYPTIAN TIE, TIMBER 
HOT WESTERN OILS, LTD KERWIN.CRAWFQRD 



•1411 WESTERN OILS, LTD 
•142* WESTERN OILS, LTO 



INMAN w C, GALLATIN 
1410 ASMLANO AND R 

|440 ASHLAND U AND R 



• 14JT 
142S 
1442 

• 1402 

• 1403 
1438 

• 1424 

14|0 

•1404 

•1419 

MIT 

• 1401 

14JS 



CALVERT DRLB, CO, 
T. L, CLARK 

FARRAR OIL CO, 



J A WILLIAMS 
SOUTH INMAN UNIT 



RlSTER>MOYE U 
NEST INMAN U 



GAUEN 

MISH«STRAUB UNIT 
PONO U 



GULF OIL CO INMAN W U 

GULF OIL CO INMAN MU 

JUNIPER PETROLEUM C RlOGwAY E UNIT 



OIL MANAGEMENT INC 
0ENNI8 PAINE 

PHILLIPS PIT, CO 
REBSTOCK Oil CO, 
REBSTOCK OIL CO. 
SABER OIL CO 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 



1429 JOE SIHPKINB OIL 



1449 

1411 

1400 

• 1494 



JOE BIMPKINS OIL 
JOE SIHPKINB OIL 
TARTAN OIL CO, 
V. T, DHLS. CO. 



DR0NE«NIDER>MINER 
WILLIAMS 

LEVERT 

INMAN N 
BCHHITT »A« 
BRAOLIY UNIT 
RIOIwAT UNIT 

INMAN WEST UNIT 



NORTH INMAN UNIT 
OOWNEN.MURPMY 
60|BIL>HC GU1RI.RI0ER 
A.BTRAUa COHM 



«-T8-«E 
3-TS-9E 



l-TS-9! 
•*>T|a|OI 

WALTERSBURG 13,24«TS>9E 

AUX VASES IJ-7S.4E 

AUX VASES 4,3,8,9-TS-lOE 

WALTIRSBURG 2S>4S«9t 

HALTIRBBURO 27,2S.4S>9E 

PENNSYLVNIN 1WS.9E 

PENN 34>4S»4E||*78>9| 





!••• 




27 




119 




441 




21 




33 




442 




43 






(4 


1247 


O.S 


205 


32 


444 


19 


440 


0.5 


45 


12 


217 


9T 


1373* 


1.4 


115 


7 


387 


• 


• 


3.0 


117 


40* 


470* 


40* 


701* 


10.5* 


141* 


40* 


543* 


30 


434 


2.4 


134. 


a 


143 




343 




17 




17 



P.CNOIBT 



CYPREBS 
SPAR MTN 
CTPRESS 



AUX VASES 
aTE S|N 



STE G|N 
8TE GEN 



RENAULT 
MCCL08KY 



SPAR MTN 
SPAR MTN 



TAR SPRINgS 
CYPRE8B 
TAR SPRINfiB 
WALTERBBURG 
TAR BPR1NGS 

evPREas 

CYPREBS 

TAR SPRINGS 
AUX VA8EB 

PALE8TINE 

WALTERBBURG 

TAR BPRINGS 

HARDIN8BURG 

CYPRESS 

WALTERSBURG 

HARDINSSURO 

CYPREBS 

OEGQNIA 

CLORE 

PALESTINE 

WALTERSBURG 

TAR SPRINGS 

CTPRESS 

MCCLOSKY 

TAR SPRINGS 

WALTERSBURG 

CYPRESS 



TAR SPRINgS 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 

HARDINSBURB 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 

CYPRE88 

TAR BPRINGB 

WALTERBBURB 

CTPRESB 

CTPRIS8 

HAR0IN8BURS 

CYPRESS 

CTPRESB 

TAP BPRING8 

PENNSYLVNIN 

BIEHL 

CYPRtSa 

AUX VASSB 

TAR SPRINGS 

HARDINSBURB 

CTPRESB 

AUX VABIB 

AUX VASIS 

AUX VA8EB 

TAR 8PRINGB 

CYPRESS 



27-1N.AE 



1,12«4N.4E 
1U.11.4N.6E 
11,12, 13, 14.4N-4E 



K-SN-fte 



24,2T,3*,S3-9N-4E 
2k,39«5N.6E 



2J.4S.2fc 



5,6.4N.SE 

4, 9-4 n. BE 



20,21,28,2**78>10E 

27-7S-1QE 

2-BS.lOE 

33,34>7S.10E,2,3,10< 

SS-10E 

H-88-10E 

27.7J.10e 

28,32«78«10E 

4,10,19,14,21, 

•2-98.10E 



21-88.10E 
U.ia.BS.lOE 



27-7S-10E 
21,22>8S«10E 



15.8S.9fc 

11,I2,14.BS«9E 



15.SS.9E 
21>SS.9E 
26, 27. 88. 9E 

15.14-8S.9E 
1S,14.8S>9( 
14,2l,l3,27«8a*9E 

27«S8>9E 
12*98. 9E 

3>8S>9E 

13, 2**88. 9E 

15.SS.9E 

I7*BS-9t 

■»■••■•( 

i,i2*aa>*i,4,T»aa*ioE 



51-71. 10E(*.»S. 101 
1 ,».»4-»( 
14.48.10E 
1B-A».*t 



114 



17 



I »4 



1.4 



39 



131 



(3* 


1504* 


1.5 


101 


25* 


1504* 


• • 


3794* 


0.4 


293 


9* 


3754* 




31S9 




194 




1100 



130 





B908 
1571 




748 
TT 




4T07 
442 




2317 
U30 




238 




2535 


17 


1*1 
2348 


4.4 


38 

BIO 


2* 


10* 
1543 


30* 


2495* 


7.8 


323 


130* 


1444* 


* 


♦ 
482* 
2*228 


5.4 


47 
115* 
3SS0 


25* 


283* 

18b* 


SO* 
79 


224 

1310* 

182 

24048* 


2.0 
7.4 


S3 

110 

2 

33T4 


20* 
TS 


27 

11*0* 

10080* 



515* 41* 1*9* 

80* 2330** 4.4 219* 80* 5824* 





170* 
2447* 




20 
134 




273 

1354 


4* 


813* 


0.5 


10U* 


4* 


214* 


170* 


3471* 


12.0 


348 


too* 


1400< 


20* 
40* 


133* 
1342* 


1.4 

13.4 


40* 
28 
2S7 


20* 

40* 


1*3* 
814* 


155 


2840* 

* 
2182 


8.7 


425* 

• 
249 


71 


444* 

• 
10*1 


• 


3*0* 

• 


1.2 


44* 

37 




|0*a 


30* 
14 


8 
140S 
24S4« 
312* 
5229* 


1.4 
1.8 


74 

52 
144* 
244* 


SO* 

14 


744 
434« 

217. 

5229* 


70* 
80* 
ISO* 
173* 
10* 
40* 


2772* 
1434* 
*312* 

1230* 
249* 
(S3* 

• 


12.3* 

11.4 
0.4 
3.4 


1408* 

81 

IS 
73 
35* 


310** 

173* 

10* 
40* 


40*|«* 

1290* 
249* 
481* 

190* 



92 



111 Illinois, i 97') continued 

• REIIRVUIR ITATIITICI (AV, v»tutl 



development At or ii.9i.T9 



INJECTIUN WATER 



• rilLO, COUNTY 



PROJ, 
NO, 



DEPTH 
I'T) 



NIT • »U» 
PAT • (I) 

(ftj« 



• 


• 




1 




• 


NO, OP 


* 




PIRN* OIL 


• 


OATf 


• 


DATE 


• 


HILLS 


• 


ACRE! 


(HO).SRAV 


• 


pip.it 


• 


ABO, 


• 




• 


IINOIP 


•(API) 


• 


INJ. 


• 




. 


NJ..PROD 


.* 


INJ. 



IOURCI TTPC 

SDtSANO (M.PM'SM 

BR«GRAVEL (»).»RlNt 

PROOaPRQDuCED (M)«MIKID 
IH«|HALLOm 



•tMARKl 



HERALD C, 

CONTINUED 

4999 

• 4141 

• 4tlt 

• 4111 
4982 
4383 
4384 

44JS 

4427 

414A 

• 4344 



SALL*TIN, MHtTI 



>IIO 

ITOO 
2719 

2840 
1)00 

ttto 

2890 

1110 

2120 

1»2S 
1350 



15.0 
10,0 

19. o 

«.o 

S.9 

*.* 

8,0 

10,0 

11.0 

l'.O 

8,0 



HICKORT NXLt. MARION 

- 13 2640 10,0 

HILL E, EPFJNGMAM 

1110 2460 6,0 

1111 2*90 6,0 
• HOB 1460 11,0 



MORD, CL*Y 

1S1 1710 
1780 

HORO I Ci CLAT 

• 938 274u 

• SIT |7«0 

INA, JEFFERSON 

•2008 IfcflU 
I7T0 

INGRAMAM, CLAT 
388 (990 

• 320 3000 



INNAN e 
14}8 

1495 

*l«i* 

•140* 

•14UI 
1«5* 

• 1420 
1408 



• |426 



1407 



•1411 
• 1429 



INNAN w 
1410 



1440 



• 149T 
14J8 
1441 

• 14U2 

• 1403 
14)8 

• 1424 

1450 

• 1404 
•1415 

14|T 

• 1401 
1493 

1419 



1449 

1451 

1400 

•1498 



C, GALL 
8179 
1499 

2100 
19T3 
2150 
2440 
2400 
1100 
2770 
1750 
1980 
2180 
2200 
2)80 
1988 
2208 
2419 
1700 
1730 
1830 
1930 
2030 
2)80 

2102 
2000 



15.0 
10,0 



8,6 
9.1 



10,0 
8,0 



10,0 
5.1 

ATJN 

12,0 

21,0 

18,0 

19.0 

14,0 

10,0 

5.9 

8,0 

9,0 

10,0 

19.0 

IS.O 

14.0 

24,0 

U.O 

13,0 

5.0 

7,5 

7.5 

8,9 

19.9 

17,0 

81. « 

14,0 
7,0 



2)80 19,0 



C, CALL 
I|8U 
2900 
2185 
1120 
2918 
1900 
1970 
2480 
2780 
(900 
2180 
2080 
2508 
2500 
8)00 
8480 
8580 
!ii8 
1888 
1788 
2490 
8710 
8150 
8890 
8475 
8800 
8810 
8740 
8190 
8500 



ATJN 
10.0 
11.0 
10,0 
10,0 
10.0 

u. o 

10,0 

y.o 

15,0 

18.5 

U. 

18,0 

7,0 

8,0 

10,0 

15.0 

8.0 

10.0 

8,0 

8.0 

8.0 

1».0 

H.O 

10,0 

19.0 

19.0 

ii.O 

20,0 

• .0 

18,0 



14.8 

14,9 

20.0 
19.0 
18.0 



19.0 
15,1 



52 

SI )9,0 



11-99 01.79 



200 

100 

75 



49 

19 



18,0 100 



19,0 862 
15,8 835 



22,0 99 

19.0 25 



14,2 2450 



1«,9 385 

18,5 212 



17,5 ISO 

18,8 50 

18.5 51 

18.4 | 

19,0 200 



18.0 

19.6 109 
16.6 89 



1T.0 80 
11.5 40 



13,5 40 
15.0 



18,0 100 
15.0 T2 



38, 5 
)4,8 
)6,0 



)3.5 



36.1 
38,0 



37,0 



36,8 



)7.0 
)7.7 
)8,0 
38,0 

39,0 
36,3 
)7.2 
)8,8 
)8,S 
)4,4 
36,0 



J4.4 
36,0 

36,0 



21,0 TJ )|,0 



31,6 

l».l 

)6,8 



35,0 
)8.0 

36,9 



34.0 

37,0 
)T.O 



09-37 
02-36 
01-69 
08-63 
1U-64 
01-55 
01-71 
01-62 
01-62 



08-62 
01-71 



12-64 



36,0 10-65 01-72 



08-54 

01-91 

40,0 12-59 12-64 



1U-63 



09-38 06-70 
08-92 06-70 



12-60 12*69 
12-89 



1-79 
38,0 12-56 12-60 



7-66 
01-59 12-67 
03-54 12-64 

04-54 12-66 
6-69* 

11-60 07*62 
07*56 



01-39 12-68 



18,0 100 37,3 Ob-59 

37,2 
36.8 



07-66 07-71 
11*62 10*79 



06*91 01*69 
05*95 



6*55 

01*62 
09*68 

05*55 
03*57 

01-72 

11*95 

06*96 

1*91 



12-63 



12-63 

03-63 



12-77 



05*57 06*59 

04*56 12*70 

06*60 

10-57 01*74 

05*52 

09*66 



08*73 
01*91 
07*58 
9«B7 6*63 



3 

4 

1 
33 
23 

9 

1 



1 

1 

1 

2 

5 

6 

10 

17 

18 

1 

1 

9 

8 



8 

1 
11 

8 
10 
« 

2 

8 

9 
10 

9 

8 



1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

11 
4 

14 
9 
2 
I 



1 9 

I 7 

9 19 



12 

4 



9 

17 



4 

4 

3 

3 

39 

24 

1 

1 

4 

17 



50 

SO 

60 

30 

60 

100 

180 

60 

60 

34 

120 



20 



60 
170 
190 



20 
30 



340 
250 



120 
140 



140 
297 



110 

130 

30 

50 

700 

500 

30 

20 

80 

40 

160 

100 

220 

730 

30 

30 

30 

50 

100 

140 

200 

340 

240 

40 

)0 

170 

60 



SO 

10 

140 

40 

190 

10 

70 

80 

210 

110 

90 

20 

220 

110 

20 

10 

20 

69 

60 

180 

40 

20 

POO 

160 

300 

140 

)0 

10 

10 

10 



PENN SO, PNOO (8) 

PALESTINE (B) 

•PAVEL BEO (F) 

PAL 80, PROD (8) 

PAL 80, PROD (B) 

RIVER SRAV, PROD fM) 

t 

PROOUCEO (a) 

PENN lo, PROD IB) 

PENN So, PNOO (B) 



PRODUCED (01 



PRODUCED(P-) 
PROOUCIO(B) 
|H 10, PROO 



("> 



PRODUCED (II) 



RIVER, PROU (N) 
RIVER, PROO (N) 



PENN 80, PROD (8) 



CYPRE8K0) 

PENN ID, PROD (6) 



SH SO, PROU («) 



PRODUCED (b) 
SRAVEL BED (P) 

IN 80, PROD (N) 

PROOUCED(B) 

•H GRAV (P) 

■RAVEL BED, PRUO (H) 



SH BO, PROU (Mj 
|H lu, PROU (H) 



PRODUCED (0) 
IN SO, PROU (N) 



.RAVEL BED (P) 
|H 80 (P) 



PRODUCED (0) 
SRAVEL BED (F) 

PENN SO, PNOO IB) 
PENN SO. PROD (B) 
SHALLO* mCLL(F) 

PENN SO, PROD (B) 



PRODUCED (B) 
SH ID, PROD (H) 
■H 10, PROD (N) 
PROOUCEO (B) 
PROOUCEO (H) 

6RAVEL BEO (F) 



PROOUCEO(B) 
PRODUCED (B) 
UNKNOWN 



• INJ. CuRMlLEO 6*7) 



•INJ.8U8P, 10*7* TU A. 78 

• ADJ TO ACTIVE *') »E8T 

•ADJ. TO ACTIVE »P SINCE 681 »t8T 

•INCL PRIH PROO SINCE 1.62 



•ESTIMATED 
•ES1INATE0 



•tSTlNATEu 



•ESTIMATED 



•EST.*AOJ,TU 1411 SINCE 65 
•1465*67 ESTIMATED 



•tST.tAOJ.TO 1411 SINCE 65 
•ESTIMATED 196«*19T7 

• ill) DATA 146T-66 

*N0 InJ, 1972-TSr *EST SINCE 69 



•NO INJECTION AFTER T) 
•NO INJECTIUN 73-76 



•FIRST OATA 661'EST, 1979 
•EITIMATEU 1979 



•EST, -ADJ, TO 1402,03 1955-63 
•ESTI TEMP, A0O, 19»4-19T« 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1977 

•INCL 140) 
•INCL *ITH 1408 



•ESTIMATED 1976*77 
•ADJACENT TU ACTIVE WF 



•ESTIMATED 
•INACTIVE 1972.73 
•INCLUDES EST, 8MB 32. 73 

•ESTIMATED *INCL ALL PATS 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTINATEO 

•till TEMP, A0D, 1961. 19T) 

•EST, .ADJ. TU |402»140) 1497.6) 



93 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION STATISTICS [M BBlS) • 



SENERAL INFORMATION 



• 
• 
• 
• 
• 


FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OMRATOR 
* • AID 


» 
• 
• 
• 
• 


PROJECT 
U • UNIT 


• 
• 
» 
* 
• 


RAT NAME 


• 
• 
• 
• 
• 


LOCATION 
1 . T • R 


• WATER ■ OIL • WATER * 

• INJECTION • RROOUCTION • PRODUCTION « 


• TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, * 

• 1*74 • 11/79 • 1979 • 11/79 • 1979 t 12/79 * 



INNAN w t, 6ALLATIN 

CONTINUED 

•1*23 ZANETI8 OIL PROP 



IOLA C, CLAY, EFFINGHAM 
376 CULLUM OIL CO, 

nif betty oil co 



* 33T JARVI8 BROS, 
111! KARCHHER PIPE 

I UO LADO PETROLEUM 



1111 LAOD PETROLEUM 

111* E. H, SELF 
303 SHAKESPEARE OIL 



• 322 TEXACO, INC, 

* 323 TEXACO, INC, 
33( TEXACO, INC, 
37k TEXACO, INC. 



IRVINBTON, WASHINGTON 
4020 CULLUH OIL CO, 

4026 E M 4 K OIL CO 



SLATON 



MCGEE.M0G8 
BURK ROYALTY U 



LlBRITT 
ERVIN>ETCMAagN 

• MA»ON u 



KlNBwOOO JA»VII U 

WRIGHT 
IOLA COOP 



IOLA COOP 

IOLA COOP 

IOLA (. U. 

FENDER, PRATHER.SPURLN 



H0L8MER.HA8CHOP.ERBE8 
K0ELLING4STANTUN 



4019 FEAR AND OUNCAN RAHN.BRtNK 
40U4 K n b OIL PROP, HGHTBRONN UNIT 



4D02 HARK MAZZANInO 

4014 FRED 3EIP 

4004 GEORGE Thompson 

IRVINGTON E, JEFFERtON 

20]t N, A, BALORIOGI 

2037 HARK MAZZARINO 

2015 E. M, SELF 

lUKA, MARION 

2413 TEXACO, JNC, 



ARNlNO.KASTEN.HEICHMf, 
TltMAN 4 BUHL 
C.KOELLING 



WACK6.R.HILLER 
HAYEG.PITCHFORO.BRESE 

KOSLLlNB. HACKER 



IUKA 



JOHNSON N, CLARK 

* 204 F, A, BRIDGE OIL BLOCK 'A* 

• 205 F, A, BRIDGE OIL BLOCK 'B* 
20T NATIONWIDE ENERGY N JOHNSON 



• 211 E, A, OLOFIELO 

203 TALBOTT 4 SON! 

• 204 TIDEWATER OIL CO 

JOHNSON 8, CLARK 

• 212 ACHE CASING 

• 213 ACHE CASING 

204 TALBOTT 4 SONS 

• 210 FRANCIS ZAKOwSKI 



JOHNSQNVlLLE C, WAYNE 
4195 N, A, BALORIOSE 
4182 8UFAY OIL CO 
41*7 FARRAR OIL CO, 

4143 CHRIS PEARSON 
•4044 TEXACO, INC. 
4072 TEXACO, INC, 

4084 TEXACO, INC. 

4121 TEXACO, INC. 

•4122 TEXACO, INC. 

•4134 UNION OIL CALIF. 

J0HN80NVILLE 8, WAYNE 
•4172 ASHLANO ANO R 

JOHNSONVILLE W, WAYNE 

4041 EOO OIL CO 

4071 EGO OIL CO 
•4144 FARRAR OIL CO, 
•41*1 KIRBY PETROLEUM 



V, JONES 

N JOHNSON WF 

CLARK COUNTY 1 



H t LARRISON 
WEAVER-BENNETT 
SOUTH JOHNSON (P. 1|) 
JOHNSON EXT I, 8 



TALBERT UNIT 
PEARL OICKEY 

E, JOHNSONVILLE UNIT 

LANE. WEAVER 
TALBERT 
JOHNSONVILLE SU 

SIMS UNIT 

JOHNSONVILLE U 

JOHNSONVILLE U, 

CRISP UNIT 

W GCFP UNIT 



ORCHAROVILLE 
JOHNSONVILLE W WF 
W JOHNSONVILLE UNIT 
W JOHNSONVILLE 



HAROINSBURG 11-48-4E 
CYPRESS 



AUX VASES 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
8RAR HTN 
AUX VASES 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
BENOIST 
AUX VASES 
SPAR HTN 
BENOIST 
AUX VASES 
SPAR HTN 
AUX VASES 
SPAR HTN 
TAR SPRINGS 
CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
BENOIST 
AUX VASES 
BENOIST 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
SPAN HTN 



CYPRESS 

BENOIST 
CYPRESS 

BENUIST 
BENOIST 
CTPRESS 
BENOIST 
CYPRESS 
BENOIST 
BENOIST 



CYPRESS 

BENOIST 
BENQI8T 



MCCLOSKY 



CASEY 
CASEY 

CLAYPOOL 

CASEY 

PARTLOW 

CASEY 

CASEY 

CASEY 



U PARTLOW 
U PARTLOW 
U PARTLOW 
CLATPOOL 
CASEY 
PARTLOW 



AUX VA8ES 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
MLCL04KY 
AUX VASES 
HCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 

HCCLOSKY 

AUX VASES 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 
AUX VASES 



22-5N.se 
27.J4.4N.5E 



17-3N.SE 
34, 33.6N.SE 

24, 27, 3*. 35. 6N.SE 
34.J5.6n.5E 

i7-6N.se 

11.l5.5N.se 



14.15.5N-5E 
14.15-3N.5E 
22-5N.SE 
2, 1 l-5N.se 



9.10-1S.IW 

23.26.1S.1W 

14,15,22.13.1* 
23.1S.1M 

9.1S-IW 
23>1S«1W 

15.lS.1w 

30.1S.1E 

30.Jl.1J.iE 
31-lS.lfc 

10, 15.PN.4E 



?.9N>|4W 

J5.36-10N.14W 

io,n,is.9N.i4w 



1,3.9N.14W 

2.9N.14H 

2.9N.14W 



22.27.9N.14W 
27.4N.14W 
27,3*,3S.4N.14W 
l2.23.26.2T.4N.14w 



J2-IN.6E 
20.IS.6E 

25.J6-lN.tE, 1-16-6E 

9-18. 6E 

17.1S.6E 
4.18-6E 

21, 22, 27, 28, 32, 33,34« 
IS.6E 

II, 26, 27, 28, 33,34, 
33-1N.6EI J.4-U.4E 

J,4.18-4E,8l,26,27, 
28, JJ,J4,J5-1N-6E 
T ,8, 1 7, 1B.18.6E 



AUX VASES 1|,|4-IS-6E 



86>|N.9E 
23.24.1N.IE 
I-IS-SE, 39, I6.1N.SE 
14.23.1N.3E 



100* 



39* 



2S3* 



29 



1275* 14.6 



14|* 



35* 



5.S 



108 



4* 1914* 
3 11 
160* 11531* 

70* 2449* 

700* 
109 6790 

876* 16631* 
384* 19340* 
4062 63699 

9S290 

6732 



3295 



0.2 
2.5 

12.1 

1.9 

T.O 
37.7* 
97.9 



107 

8 

1190 

291 

129** 

432 

2796* 

4622 

4289 

1142* 

229 



35 



4* 

3* 

160* 



3648 



121. 



29* 
448 


1136* 
6034 


1.2 

9.0 


61 
206 


29* 
209 


1|36* 
276} 


90* 


201 
991* 


2.4 


11 
131 


90* 


201 
991* 


»Sl 


10634 


T6.1 


411 


921 


92SS 


627 


11960 


25.3 


671 


430 


T22l 


200* 


toss* 


10.8 


162 


200* 


1929* 


29| 


20661* 


10.7 


1141* 


2*2 


14986* 



110 
232 


1389 
3363 

3764 
2310 


1.2 
9.4 


99 
69 

116* 
132 


114 
249 


• 
4414* 
3419 
2044 


90* 


1369* 


4.6 


108 


90* 


1169* 


200* 


4450* 


13. U 


404* 


200* 


4450« 


200* 
102 


4715* 
1744 


«.9 

*.4 


31* 

247 


200* 
102 


4719* 

1429 


190* 
130* 

200* 


2660* 
6499* 
2666* 


8.9 
16.4 


494 
930 

112 


|9Q* 
330* 

200* 


2660* 
6499* 
2428* 



100* 1279* 



30* 


840* 


4.9 


1*1* 


50* 


640* 


50* 


1600* 


4.9 


274* 


50* 


1600* 



831 



240* 


9731* 
1118* 

20774* 


12.1 


2*7. 
94* 

111] 


240* 


2711* 
IIS 

15416. 


89* 


73 

4984* 
2416 


4.7 


1 

940 
160 


69* 


2 
2920* 
1972 


190* 


4424* 
11359* 
73004* 
26064* 


S.6 


161* 
526* 

1722 
660* 




3565. 
*679« 

1*7*8* 



560* 

II* 
61*2* 



70* 
106 
1129* 20188* 



22*7* 

700* 
7114 



46766 

14484 

4466 

11*1 



17 


911 


0.4 


24 


10 


229 


92 


2691 


4.9 


112 


111 


1237 




22*9 




IB] 




420 




1418 




14T 




1000 



94 



in Illinois, 197') continued 

. RE6IRV0IR STATISTICS (*V a ViLUI) • DEVELOPMENT »» OF I2-31-T4 • INJECTION WATER • '". 

• FIELD, COUNTY • • * • • NO, OF • * SOURCE TYPE « . 

• .—•——•>• • PIMM* OIL • OATt • OAT( • wtLLi * ACMES ( S048ANO (M.FRE6H . . 
« PROJ, • DEPTH • NET • PQR • (MO)«SRAV • .i«»T • ABD, • • UNDER * 8R46RAVEL (B)iBRInE • • 

• NO, • (FT) • FAY • (I) • •(API)« 1NJ, * •1NJ,«PROO,« INJ, • PROOtPROOuCEO (Ml.Mjur) • REMARKS • 

• • • (FT)* •*• . 6 « . * SH«8HALL0h • , 

INNAN W C, 6ALLATJN 
CONTINUED 

• |«2S 2J36 12.0 01-62 1-75 1 2 SO TAR SPRINGS (B) .ESTIMATED 

1510 19,0 1 2 30 

10LA C, CLAY, EFFINBHAM 

ITS 2330 12,0 06-63 1 3 60 PRODuCfcD(B) «tST iMATEOr «F EFFECT SINCE l«62 

111? 2240 «0,4 17,3 90 JT.3 02-68 9 6 120 FENN SO (6) 

• 130 14.6 16,9 19 3 9 90 

24*0 6,0 16,0 2 3 80 

• 157 ISOO |0,0 33, A 01-58 07-66 1 3 60 FROOUCEO (61 

1113 2300 12,0 12-67 1 A 70 PROOUCEO (It) *tSTlMATEU 

2190 13,0 2 9 TO 

1110 2ISU 29,0 lb-67 11 l« 190 FENN SO ("J 

2J90 16,0 F70 

•424 9,0 160 

I'll 2280 19,0 12-67 8 10 (00 FENN SO, PROD (R) 

2390 16.0 ISO 

2424 9.0 100 

111' 2160 10-64 1 9 SO FROOUCEO (01 .tSUMMEu 

2430 1 6 BO 

303 16T4 8,0 12,2 Dl-33 1 1 20 FENN 80, PROD (B) .tSTlMATEU 

2129 10,9 20,0 100 2 4 40 

2290 IT, 3 16.0 40 6 9 120 

22S0 20,0 16,0 40 14 IT 260 

2330 20,0 14, T 80 1? 18 280 

• 322 2290 9,9 19.T 80 3»,0 06-58 01-68 1 2 : 1 PRODUCED (B) •INLl with 33] 

• 323 2330 13,3 19. T 80 16.0 06-58 01-68 1 1 190 PRODUCED (B) »INCL 322 

3]S 2140 8,9 19,1 69 18.0 09-62 1 3 210 FENN SO, PROD (8) *INCL PRIM PROD SINCE 1962 

376 2390 20,0 04-71 4 9 110 PENN SO, PROD (B) 

2420 8,0 60 

IRV1N6T0N, WASHINGTON 

4020 1420 16,0 02-38 1 T 80 PRODUCED (B) .ESTIMATED 

1320 10,0 1 6 60 

4026 I3S9 18,0 7-58 I 9 40 PROOuCED(B) .ESU *I"CL PNIM BlNCt 1158 

1990 12,0 1 T 60 

401* 1930 10,0 01-36 1 14 160 PROOUCEO (B) .ESTINATEU 

4009 1429 19,0 20,0 300 ST. 4 09-64 3 4 SO PROOUCEO (B) 

1940 12,0 18,0 69 60 

4002 1400 20,0 33,0 U-ST 4 IS 150 PRODUCED (B) .ESTIMATED 

401S 1530 10,0 01-96 2 12 140 PRODUCED (B) (ESTIMATED 

4004 1931 10,8 14,0 i'S IT, 2 02-39 2 9 200 PROOUCEO(B) •ESTIMATED 

IRVINSTON t, JEFFERSON 

2016 1760 13,0 8-63 1 6 TO PROOUCEO(B) .EST..INCL PRI* SINCE 1966 

1991 10,0 1 1 20 

201T I9T0 7,0 6-60 I T 60 PROOuCED(B) »tST.*lNCL PRIM SINCE 1960 

2019 6-58 1 T 60 PRODUCED(B) «tST ,*INCL. P»IM. SINCE 1996 

IUKA, MARION 

2613 2T30 10,0 19,0 06-60 1 3 2T0 CYPRESS, PROO. (B) (DATA AVAILABLE SINCE 19T9 

JOHNSON N, CLARK 

• 204 490 20,0 20, 8 199 33,4 04-49 01-6] JT IS 123 SH SO, PROD (M) *N0 DATA 1956-196] 

4 209 480 2,0 18,3 66 33,0 03-51 12-63 IS 12 80 SH SD, PROD (Ml .NO DATA FROM 9-57 TO A60 

20T 460 14,0 14,0 330 03-53 31 71 223 6RAV, PROD (M) Tl •ESTIMATED 

330 14,0 

599 24,0 

• 211 440 14,0 14,8 292 19,4 09-51 02-54 3 2 15 SH SANO (Fj 

203 475 20,0 20,0 231 12.2 11-53 IB 22 240 &RAV, PROD (M) .ESTIMATED 

• 206 421 26,1 20,6 415 13,9 02-50 12-99 19 20 61 SH So, PROD (M) 

JOHNSON S, CLARK 

• 212 50T 13,0 18,0 277 03-53 12-70 2 2 60 6RAV, PROD (M) »N0 DATA 1466-TO 

• 211 46T 33,0 19,0 285 01-59 12-70 6 7 260 6RAV, PROD (Ml *N0 DATA 146R-T0 

209 440 46,0 16,6 119 JO, 5 0J.44 54 62 904 6RAV, PRUO fM> .ESTIMATED SINCE 1970 

• 210 420 15,0 21,0 294 01-55 1-76 JO 13 479 6RAV, PROO CM) .ESTIMATED 

465 20,0 

500 10,0 

J0HN80NVILLE C, WAYNE 

4195 3120 13.0 20.7 230 ]7,0 01-69 5 9 110 PCNN SO, PROD (8) .ESTIMATED SINCE 1473 

416* 3U34 12,0 41.0 t 1-76 1 4 120 CYPRE6S SO, PROD (B) . ESTIMATED 

4167 3070 17,0 19,0 40 14,2 08-62 10 11 440 CYPRESS. PROO (8) .ESTIMATED SINCE 197T 

3200 10,0 14,0 100 9 9 560 

4161 31*4 6.0 14,2 2494 18,6 06-6* 1 9 120 PROOUCEO (B) .tSllMATEO SINCE 1474 

.4044 3039 12.0 5-54 12-4B 1 2 40 PRODUCEO(B) .EST..INCL PRIM, 54-66 

407* 3000 8,0 18,6 96 17,0 07-64 1 4 210 PRODUCED (b) 

1100 6,0 l*,0 777 17,0 220 

4064 304S 23,0 16,7 116 16.0 07-67 21 27 I960 PRODUCED (8) .ESTIMATeu MOM TOTAL INJECTION 

3»TJ 17,0 (1,0 177 18.0 26 29 I960 «INCL BOTH PAYS 

41(1 3000 7,3 14,1 167 17,0 10-96 24 34 J?JO FENN 80, PROO (8) 

• 412* 3100 10.0 19.9 17,0 11-54 02-70 1 18 3*30 CYPRESS, PROD (B) 

•4114 3014 17.0 19,0 80 11-57 09-66 10 6 360 FENN So, PROD (8) • INCL PRIM PROO SINCE 2-36 

J0HN80NVILLE S, WAYNE 

•4172 3050 11,0 20,3 6* 19,0 05-63 06-70 11 12 460 PENN SD (9) 

JOMNSQHVlLLE H, WAYNE 

4061 2640 10,0 19,4 |7S 09-73 2 3 40 PENN 8AND,PR0D(B) 

4071 2916 7,0 18,0 06-71 3 9 160 FENN SANO (6) 

•4164 3072 11,0 13,5 200 37,0 10-63 01-72 2 4 150 PENN SO, PROD (8) 

•4161 2900 12,0 14,0 92 19,0 09-62 06-69 9 9 170 PEnn SO, PROO (8) 



95 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION »so INJECTION STATISTICS (M bBlS) • 



MNlN»l INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 
» • ABO 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• PAT NAME • 



LOCATION 
8 . T . R 



MATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



WATER 
PROOUCTION 



* TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, * 

• 14T9 • 12/79 • H?» • 12/79 * 1979 t 12/79 • 



JOHNSTON CITY E, WILLIAMSON 
4301 B A J REIOU*CII INC, JOHNSTON CITY t U 



MUC« UNIT 

HAOIBON COAL LEASE 
JUNCTION UNIT 
CRANE U 
HI»H L« 



6ARIT.EPLER 

FEaRHEILEY.ThOM-UTLEY 
A P CAR8T 



KEENylLLE UNIT 
KEENvILLt U 



«903 C. C, MEHH 

JOHNSTON CITY N E 
4301 BUFAY OIL CO 

JUNCTION, GALLATIN 
M41I ESTCLLE PRICE 

JUNCTION I, 0ALL*TIN 
1441 t.E, MORRIS 

JUNCTION N, GALLATIN 
•1449 OIL MANAGEMENT InC 

F.EEN8BURG S, WABASH 
3S6T ALVA C, OAylS 
3991 HERMAN LOEB 

• 3913 VICKERY D*L6, 

KEENVILLC, WAYNE 

• 4123 N, A, BALOKIOOE 
•4124 WALTER OUNCAN 

KtNNER, CLAY 

• 303 TEXACO, INC, 

• 333 TROOP DRILLING 



KENNER N, CLAY 

• 3J4 1N0, FARM BUR, 

KENNER M, CLAY 

• 304 PHILLIPS PET, CO 



KINCAID C, CHRISTIAN 
104 J06 SIMPKINS OIL 



KING, JEFFERSON 

•2014 N, A, BALORIOGE 
201T T, L, CLARK 
2023 SHAKESPEARE OIL 

•2013 TEXACO, INC, 



LANCASTER, LANRENCE, MABASM 
3SS1 NIC« 8A6ARE SHARP HOOD 

3434 HAyES-wOlPE BROS LANCASTER UNIT 
2139 STONE OIL CO HELENA 

LANCASTER E, LAURENCE, WABASH 

•34S4 COY UIL CO FRIENOSVILLE U 



KENNER u 
CHASTEEN 



THEOBALO 

W KENNER U 



KlNCAlD U 



EBER.BOPF 

RANOOLPH 

MACE UNIT 

BAKEH.BUMPUS.SMITH 



LANCASTER S, WABASH 
3414 HERMAN LOEB 
3144 PETRON, INC. 



LANCASTER SOUTH 
FRIEN08VRLE w UNIT 



LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, CRAWFORD 



229T 
2113 
2242 
2291 



ache casing 
ashland and r 
balOwIn, Baldwin 
baldwin, baldwin 



2244 FRANCIS BEARD 

•2200 CALVAN AMERICAN 

•2224 CALVAN AMERICAN 

2234 CHARLES E, CARR 



2241 
2244 
2249 

223* 
2213 
229S 
22*2 

• 2270 



CHARLCS e, carh 

CHARLES E, CARR 

CHARLES E, CARR 

CHARLES E. CARR 

CHARLES E, CARR 

CHARLES E. CARR 

CHARLES E. CARR 

CHARLES E, CARR 



22T4 CHARLES E. CARR 

•2203 WALTER DuNCAN 

•2204 T, w, GEORGE EST, 

2241 FRANCIS GILLESPU 

•2*40 GULP OIL CO 

2211 GAIL HgATH 

2240 MICHAEL HUOOLEITQN 



LEWIS 

B0LLE4. WRIGHT UNIT 

O'OONNELL 

CUMMINS 

JENNER 

PIPEW 

WALLER 

L GILLESPIE 



PYFFE 

BRIDGEPORT UNIT 
S GILLESPIE 

BOWER.ROSS 
PYPPE '34' 
COOPER«OAVIS 
PYFFE U 
GRAY PEE ¥ F 

WITHERS>PELHAH.STATE 

L.C, OAVIO 
KLONDIKE WF 
BUCHANAN, BREEN.RIDGLY 

H E GRIGGS 

STOLTT 

VANDERHARK.ALBRECHT 



CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 



AUX VASES 

WALTERSBURG 
WALTERSBURG 
PENN8YLVNIN 



CYPRESS 

PENNSYLVNIN 
CYPRESS 



15, lfc-88-Jf 
8.88.JE 

3,4.SS>3E 

16,17,20,21«9S»9E 

34>SS.9E,1«9S«9E 

3I>SS«9E 



34,39«2S-13w 

10-JS.I3H 
27.JS.IJw 



MCCLOSKY 



BEN0I8T 
AUX VASES 

BENOIST 
RENAULT 
AUX VASES 



BENOIST 



CYPRESS 
BENOIST 

AUX VASES 



H1BBAR0 



AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 



RETHEL 
BETHEL 
SPAR HTN 



BIEHL 



BETHEL 
BETHEL 



CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

SAHPLl 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BENOIST 

BRIOBEPORT 

CYPRESS 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 



27,28,33,34.1S*9E 
28, 24. II. 9E 



23.36.JN.SE, 

30.J1-3N.4E 
J6-JN.3E 



17-JN.4E 
2J.JN.3E 



»»a|9.l 1M4.14.22. 
13N.3WI34,35«|4N«)W 



22.JS.3E 

27.ja.J8.JC 

3J.ja.JS.jE 
JJ.ja.JS.JE 



4-IN-tSW 

4,9«1N>13WI33»2N«13W 

16.21.2n.Uw 



25.36.2N.l3w 



21-IN-1 Jw 
21.28.1N.1JW 



24.JN-1JU 
7,8, 17.4N.12W 
17.JN-12W 

8.JN-12W 
36.3N.12W 

2, I 1.4N.1JW 

3,6.2N-11W 
26, J3.JN.12m 



6-JN.12w.1-JN.1JW 

6-JN.J2W 

26.JN.12W 

29.4N.12W 
3l.4N.lJW 

6.7.JN.12W 
J6.4N.lJw 

1»2n-12« 

34.3N.12W 

B.SN-ll w 
23,26,39, J6.3N.lJW 

10, 1I.2N.12W 

14-JN.tJW 
J2-4N.12W 
14.JN.12W 



40* 


2430* 


1.7 


418 






183 


878 


•2.6 


249 






3 


44 
1)37* 


4.1 


194 
303* 


36 


44« 


99* 


985* 


4.4 


67 


9S« 


7916 




484* 




29 




37« 


100* 
200* 


1018* 

4633* 

247 


8.4 

21.1 


219 

360 

27 


100* 

200. 


9344 

3067* 
60> 




8137 

197J 




232 
343 




1370 
660 




4)49 

9363 

43 




374 

117 

8 




1722 

1270 

43 



21 
18331 



93 
339 



232* 



17. 



47« 

4744 



130 


11931 


101.2 


431** 


2390 


6700 


20* 
22 


BJ4 

1337«* 
303 

1411 


0.8* 
2.0 


1 

149* 

141* 

62 


20« 
12 


81 

IJ61.. 

303 

419 


3« 

123 


813* 
3472* 

1782 


0.2 
0.9 
6.3 


144 

1242 

940 


9* 

119 


239* 

14Jl. 

927 



3l« 



20« 


690* 


I 


,0 


121 


20* 


333* 


300* 


343« 


83 


,3 


1*9 


300* 


545* 


200* 


1690* 


12 


,4* 


199 


200* 


1340* 


* 


1389 


3 


.8 


87 


• 


313 


230* 


4684* 


10 


,3 


494 


230* 


1916* 


430* 


6640* 


IS 


,6 


424 


430* 


9316* 


79« 


6J74* 

146 
828 


3 


,2 


339 

4 

12 


73* 


3394* 

|44* 


30* 


9667* 


2 


8 


862 


120* 


8]74* 


604 


9983* 












30« 


1933* 












20* 


6389* 





6 


463 


20* 


2406* 


ao« 


6962* 


1 


6 


1161 


40* 


9102* 


120* 


2964* 


4 


2 


221 


ISO* 


1331* 


280* 


4063* 


14 


2 


243 


280* 


3322* 


60« 


2744* 


3 





429 


60* 


2419* 


20* 


1133* 





7 


143 


20* 


2234* 


30« 


2804* 
1994* 


2 


8* 


20J* 
43* 


90* 


70* 
318* 


20* 


2844* 

38 
4990 


1 


0* 


28|* 

1D9S 


to* 


1774* 

3 
3338* 


30* 


719* 
2*9 


6, 


9 


118 

6 


90* 


919* 

2 


79« 


19029« 


3, 





108| 


79* 


I64|* 


290* 


4432* 


6, 


6 


482 


290* 


3367* 



96 



iii Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTICS CAV, VALUE*) • DEVELOPMENT AS OF 12-31-79 • INJEC7I0N MATE* • 

• FIELD, COUNTY • • * * * NO. Of • . SOURCE TV'S • 

• ............. • »IRN. OIL • OATE * DAT! • HELLS • ACRES . SOlSANO (F).FhEJh . 

• PROJ, • OtFTH • NET • 'OR • (MD>«ORAV • FIRST • ABO, • • UNDER • OR»GRAVEL (BltBwlNF • 

• NO, • (FT) • RAY » (X) • *(API)* INj. . •INJ,«PR00,« INJ, • PK(10.P»ODuCEO (M)|Mi«o • HXtnl 

• • • (FT)* •»• •••• • SHaSHALLOM • 

JOHNSTON CITY E, WILLIAMSON 

«S0t 2100 20,0 l«,S SO 02-67 * 5 90 CVRRtSS SO (B) .tSUMATFD 8Ir.CE J 9 7 T 

I9S0 6.n ii,2 i« 2 9 70 

4903 2580 |*,0 Jt.O 19,0 8>7S 2 9 100 REnN 8u 'ft) 

JOHNSTON CITY N e 

4909 2624 22,0 40,0 2-71 1 4 SO PRODUCED fBl *E8TIMATE0 

junction, Gallatin 

•1412 1720 14,0 i*,0 22 Jt.O OS-SI 04-71 S 6 110 SH So (P) «tST |9*5-*6I NQ OATA 1**7.71 

JUNCTION E, OALLATIN 

1441 2000 1S.0 17.0 SO 03-68 4 S 100 PFNN SO, PWOO (H) .tSTIhMFu SINCE 1 f M 

JUNCTION N, GALLATIN 

•|44S 1SS0 7,0 09.70 10-78 1 J «0 SHALlOn SO (P) 

KEEN8BURG I, «»8A|M 

}S6T 2KB 12,0 )T,8 10-64 S 4 90 SH SO, PROD (M) •tSI.l479 OaTa 

J991 1|Sl 13,0 1S,0 42 11.9 12-62 3 • 110 SH SO, PROD <*) •tSTlMATED SINCE 1971 

•J915 2«0I 1S.0 20,6 114 JT,9 11-5" 12-99 11 BO SH GHAv (P) •ESTIMATED 

KEENVILLE, WAYNE 

•4129 3100 9,0 40,0 11-56 03-66 3 12 220 SH So. PROD (M) 

•4126 2990 13,0 20,0 199 J9.0 0..J4 11-61 3 9 120 SH 8D (P) 

kenner, Clay 

• 309 2700 14,0 19.6 94 36,0 06-9* 12-74 23 24 480 penn 80, phoo (b) 

2800 21,0 17,0 36.0 06-99 10-67 1 S 270 

• 393 IT19 29,0 39,8 08-63 07-68 1 1 20 PRODUCED fill 

2774 18,0 1 1 20 

2831 13.0 t 1 20 

FENNER N, CLAY 

• 324 2790 10,0 17,0 40 36,0 10-58 12-63 1 3 30 PROOUCEO 78) ^ESTIMATED 

KENNER h, CLAY 

• 306 2600 13,0 17.5 02-S2 06-68 11 19 280 PRODUCE" (8) 

1720 14,0 6 11 200 

2800 16,0 1 S TO 

KINCAIO C, CHRISTIAN 

106 I860 10,0 10-74 42 86 TOO PRODuCED(R) *INCLoDES PHlH PROD 



HIM., JEFFERSON 



• 2016 


2700 


'.0 








01-63 


11' 


• 66 


1 


3 


40 


PRODUCED (b) 


2017 


2700 


20,0 








06-S4 






3 


S 


80 


CYPRE88, PROO (B) 


2029 


2708 


10,0 


12.0 


16 




11-94 






1 


4 


80 


PRODUCED (B) 


•2013 


2733 


11.0 






3T.0 


05-61 


02' 


■ TU 


3 


2 


160 


PROOuCED fbl 


LANCASTER 


1 LAWRE 


NCE, WABASH 




















1881 


2940 


21.0 


JT.O 


65 


3T.S 


07-64 






2 


3 


40 


PRUOuCED (B) 


3934 


2900 


16,0 






34,0 


12-58 






21 


J4 


900 


SURF PONDS, PROO CM) 


2299 


2720 


T.O 








07-71 






9 


6 


300 


PENN SO (R) 


LANCASTER 


E, LAWRENCE, 


WABASH 


















• 3984 


1740 


9,0 






30.6 


01-71 


01' 


«T5 


1 


2 


30 


SHALLOW SAND, PROO. (H) 


LANCASTER 


S, MABASH 






















J916 


2320 


10,0 






36.0 


01-33 






2 


6 


80 


PRODUCED fbl 


3846 


2499 


13.0 








11-73 






1 


6 


70 


PRQDUCED(8) 


LAWRENCE, 


LAWRENCE, CRAwFO&O 




















225T 


1960 


20,0 








06-67 






9 


T 


180 


PENN SO (R) 


2213 


1680 


10. 


13.0 


to 


36.0 


07-66 






4 


6 


120 


PURCHASED (F) 


2242 


1900 


28.0 


16. T 


19 


16,0 


04-99 






9 


T 


160 


BUCHANAN, PROD (B) 


2191 


980 
1440 


30,0 
30,0 








01-58 






4 

4 


10 
10 


SO 
80 


PRODUCEO(B) 


2269 


1540 


29,0 


13.0 


30 




11-62 






11 


to 


100 


GRAV, PROO (M) 




1620 


23.0 


13.0 


30 










11 


10 


100 




•2200 


1320 


29,0 


20,8 


33 


36,6 


12-93 


06' 


•96 


A 


2 


60 


SH 80 (F) 


• 2229 


1S3S 


50.0 


t«.s 


TO 


39,3 


03-33 


11' 


•95 


8 


6 


ISO 


SH GRAVEL (F) 


2236 


990 


30,0 


19.3 


200 


JT.O 


11-58 






16 


10 


100 


BRAV BED, PROD (M) 




1SS0 


28,0 


1T.0 


35 










IT 


10 


100 






1660 


10.0 


1*,3 


29 










IT 


10 


100 




2241 


1580 


39.0 


18,0 


100 


33.0 


07-59 






10 


4 


49 


BUCHANAN 90, PROD (6) 


2244 


19T9 


29,0 


16. 


60 


16.0 


06-39 






9 


10 


190 


PENN SO, PROD (B) 


2249 


1990 


26,0 


|T.O 


33 


19,0 


10-60 






8 


6 


50 


RIVER, PROO (M) 




1660 


10,0 


19.3 


2S 


39,0 








8 


6 


50 




2292 


1320 


20.0 


19.0 


120 




06*96 






4 


6 


60 


PENN 8D, PROO (B) 


22S3 


1420 


20,0 


20.0 


60 




12-96 






3 


4 


40 


PENN 80, PROO (9) 


2298 


1620 


13.0 








06-63 






3 


S 


90 


PFNN S0,PROD(M) 


2262 


1690 


23.0 


16,0 


130 




12-60 






8 


4 


SO 


PENN SO, PROO (B) 


• 2270 


1949 


29,0 






JT.O 


07-61 


0T-T4 


3 


9 


60 


SH SO, PROO CO 




16T0 


10.0 














3 


9 


60 




2276 


1964 


20.0 


19.9 


•1 


36,3 


02-63 






8 


8 


60 


SH SO, PROO (M) 




1690 


i*.o 


13.0 


17 










8 


8 


60 




•2209 


1600 


6,0 








06-96 


09-96 


1 


1 


20 


RTVER GRAVEL (F) 


• 2206 


162} 


18,0 


P. 2 


80 


JT.8 


06-12 


12-60 


44 


36 


T90 


SM SO, PROO (H) 


21*1 


980 
1220 


1«.0 
12,0 








6-63 

4-73 






9* 


10* 


130* 


PENN.SPROOCM) 


•2280 


1986 


16,0 


l». T 


21 


18,0 


04-63 


12-67 


1 


1 


10 


PRODUCED (B) 




1746 


12.0 


19.0 


27 










I 


1 


10 




2211 


S60 


23.0 


22.3 


19 


JT.O 


01-99 






10 


8 


29 


6RAV, PROO (M) 




1400 


i«.s 


IT. J 


IS 


JT.O 








4 


6 


23 




2240 


96S 

1648 


24,0 

13,0 


21,0 


396 


29.9 

19. e 


ns-ss 






3 
1 


T 
J 


70 
40 


LAKE, PROO (Ml 



•WATER INJ INEFFECTIVE 

•t«l SINCE 196T|»1NACTIVE 197« 

•INCL PRIM PRUO 



•ESTIMATED SINCt 1971 



•tSTlMATED 
•ESTIMATED 



•tSTlMATED 

•INJECTION DISCONTINUED 12-78 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1978 

•tSTlMATED SINCE |976 

•E8TINATE0 



•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATEO 
•tSTlMATED 

•tSTlHAlEu 

•ESTIMATEU »INC£ 1971 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•tSTlMATED 6INCE 1970 



•ESTIMATED 

•tSTlMATEDI »INCL BOTH PAYS 



•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1968 
•ESTIMATEU 



97 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

* PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION STATISTIC! CM B6 L I) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 



PROJECT NO,! 

* ■ ABO 

♦ ■ P.". 



OPERATOR • 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



• PAT NAME • 



LOCATION 
I ■ T • R 



MATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



WATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL * CUM. • TOTAL • CUM, * TOTAL • CUM. • 

• 19T9 * !«/?• • 19M . H/T9 • I9T9 . U/TR , 



LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, CRAMPORO 

CONTINUED 

•212* ILLINOIS OIL CO, FINLII U 



2229 ILLINOIS OIL CO. 



2294 
224T 
2274 
22*4 

• 2204 



6EE-IRHIN J 



2226 ILLINOIS OIL CO, OININS HEIRS 

2210 K h b OIL PROP. NOMTnEAL 

2219 K M B OIL PROP, NGMTR0GER1 

2294 K W 8 OIL PROP, MBMTDAlRYMPLC 

22SS K w B OIL PROP, MGMTnInKlE 



2281 JENNY LEE OIL CO 
2271 HERMAN LOEB 



CALVERT. MU8GRAVE 
LOEB AND MCPHERSON 



2279 HERMAN LUES BURNS, GRIGGS, ZELLAR8 

2227 o, LUEFFlER ESTATE, HCCROGKEY HRS 
2277 0, LUEFPLER ESTATE, BUNKER HILL U 



2208 MARATHON OIL CO, 

2209 HARATHON OIL CO, 
2219 MARATHON OIL CO, 



2214 MARATHON OIL CO, 
2218 MARATHON OIL CO, 



MARATHON OIL CO, 
MARATHON OIL CO, 
MARATHON OR CO, 
MEPCO.INC, 
w, C, MCBRIOE 



•2249 w, C, MCBRIOE 

•22ft W, C, MCBRIOE 

2209 MISTY OIL CO 

2207 NATIONWIDE ENERBY 



2296 NATIONWIDE ENERGY 
•2249 OILFIELD DRL6. 

2271 DAVID PHILLIP* 

2274 BERNARD POOOLEKY 

2297 A, BRANDT POWELL 



•21)0 HEE, InC, 

•2121 HUBERT ROSE 

•2217 SHAKESPEARE OIL 

2188 JOE SIMPKINS OIL 

2202 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

2220 wAYNE SMITH, OP, 

2221 WAYNE SMITH, Op, 
22)3 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

22)8 wAYNE SMITH, OP, 

2298 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

2198 WAYNE SMITM, OP, 
2290 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

2199 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 



2271 WAYN( SMITH, OP, 

•2188 wAYNE SMITH, OP, 

•2189 WAYNE SMITH, OP, 

•2129 TEXACO, INC. 

21)9 ZANETIS OIL P'OP 

•2194 EANfTIS OIL PROP 

2182 XANETIS OIL PROP 



CRUHP «40' 
CRUMP UNIT 
IT PROJECTS* 



9 PROJECTS* 

4 PROJECTS • 

ST L0UI8 WF ll.M 
HARDiNSBURG WF 37-H 
RIDGLEY 41.P 
GEE HRS 

applebate 



HtNKLE 

COMBS 

BRIDGEPORT S U 
GRAY AREA 



KlRKwOOOaMCPHERSON 
BELL UNIT 

BRUNSON«PAYNE»FAITH 
GILLESPIE AND CALVERT 
STOLTZ HEIRS 



SNYOER 

LBIOHTY 

$ B'PORY U C HILLER C 

COLLINS SCHL 

C M PERKINS 

BUCHANAN 

OSCAR LEIOHTY 
PEPPLE 

L M SEED 

BREEN 

WHITTAKER AREA 

E J SEED 
PIPER.OROLL AREA 

HAYWARO AREA 

BUCHANAN AREA 
W.F. GOULD UNIT 
LAWRENCEVILLE FEE 
WAYNE HEIRS 

CASS1L 

CARLSON 



•2189 JAnETIS OIL P"0P HUDSON WF 

98 



CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

EYPRESS 

BETHEL 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BENQIST 

BRIDGEPORT 

CTPRESS 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

CTPRESS 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BENUI8T 

RRIOGEPORT 

HCCLOSKY 

8T LOUIS 

HARDINSBURG 

RIDGLEY 

CYPRESS 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

HCCLOSKY 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BETHEL 

JACKSUN 

BETHEL 

BENUIST 

CTPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

SAMPLE 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BENUIST 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

CTPRESS 

BETHEL 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

JACKSON 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BENOIST 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

AUK VASES 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

BUCHANAN 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 



29>9N.12W 
36.9N.12W 

9b>)N.12W 

19.4N.lgW 

14.)N«12W 

19-4N.12W 

16>)N.12W 

S.3N-11W 
I4,1S,22.)N.1)N 

8.3N.UW 

19>)N.12W 

II-1N.12W 

19.4N.12W 

91-4N-12R 
T),4N.R12,1)W 



T 9,4N R l*,19W 

T 9,4N R 1I,1)W 

30.4N.12W 
27, J0-3N.12W 
26,)4,39.)N.1JW 
19.)N.1|W|24.)N.|2W 

T.4N.12W, 12-4N.DW 



2b-)N.l2w 
10.4N-12W 



19.)N.12W 
D.14.4N.13W 



ll.ll,l),14.3N-llw 
1-3n-i3w 
18.19.9N.11W 
19.22.9N.llw 

29>4N.1)W 



30.)N«11W 
32.)N.11W 
20,29,30.)N.12W 
6.2N.llWI)1.3N.|lwl 

1-IN.12W 

32-4N.12W 
7.9N.1IW 



91-9N.11W 

30.4N.I2W 

11.3N.12W 
24,29- 4N.13W 

2, 10.11-3N.12W 

19,1»,I1.9N.1IW 

1,2,11,12.4N.|9W 
39,)6>9N.19W 

25.26-3N.lFw 

LtN.llW 

31>3N.12W 

7,18.)N.UW 

2S.)N.11W 

3*>4N.|)W 

19.9N.12W 



1S.)N.11W 





748 




98 




992 


49* 


679* 


2.0 


49 


49* 


991* 


60* 


1202* 


9.9 


119 


80* 


129J* 


40b 


9)37 


10.9 


909 


)70 


6499 


72 


2049 


9.4 


249 


79 


1994 


107 


9991 


2.9 


919 


119 


9992 



247 9784 



8.) 



904 



266 



3440 



• 
80* 


7* 

390U* 


• 
4,4* 


* 
)99* 


• 
80* 


ft 
1094* 


105* 


10947* 


5.0 


939 


109* 


604)* 


89* 


1048* 


4.4* 


96* 


89* 


1016* 


• 9* 


369b* 


J. 1* 


IT9* 


69* 


1747* 


• 
• 
17367 


2262 
2)67 

421034 


• 
• 
948.1 


28) 

IT) 
91617 


• 
* 
14889 


9226 

1749 
313249 


13797 


24767B 


612.0 


21b07 


1)797 


109)61 


3334 


66496 


64.9 


9021 


1916 


49691 


32 

270 
263 

40* 


477 
3477 
8681 

43* 
4«66 


U.9 
13.) 
25,4 

4.1* 


6 

610 

1292 

10* 

226 


9 
907 
)85 
40* 


31 
1194 
6264 

49* 
9476 




1T9 

779 




14 
65 




229 

)34 


ISO* 
90* 


1896* 
8172* 


12,2* 

).6 


166* 
746 


120* 
90* 


796* 
9759* 


ISO* 

TO* 

* 

90* 


9420* 

1429* 

999* 

1217* 

1424* 


12.7* 

1.9* 

3.7 
).) 4 


272* 

172* 
40* 
l»4 
396 


180* 

70* 

7 
24* 


9)60* 
996* 

900* 

965 

946ft 


100* 


16 
UT* 
4902 

1710* 


5.9* 


1 

2* 
596 

119* 


100* 


69 
117* 
2057 

1419* 


209 


17726 


5.1 


686 


200 


6410 


102 


3694 


2.6 


471 


44 


129) 


• 
• 


2010* 
4816* 


1.5 
1,6 


76 
996 


• 
• 


2101* 
49)7* 


* 
• 


9)41* 
1606* 


• 
0,5 


19* 

176 


• 


2)99* 

1027* 


It* 


11616 


10.9 


1469 


114 


9690 


2 


2280 


4.2 


199 


9 


1194 


482 


19018 


14.1 


1911 


466 


7917 



97 



3007 



6.) 





140 




1 




1430 




5 




914 




1) 


16 


964 


2.0 


46 




62 




57 


11 


4166 


4.9 


)66 



16 



111* 



716* 



47* 



1269 

2 
1994 

134 
)64* 

197 
4166* 



716* 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR 8TATI8TICA (AV, VA.UE) • DEVELOPMENT AS OP 1**11-74 • InJICITUN »»Tl» • , 

'""" * •"•tl.iU'lKllllll ■••■ll»llll|>IHll»l« l >l > M KIM.IIMIUM Il> , 

• mud. county • • • « * no, or * • source type • . 

• ............. • PERM* OIL. • OATI • 0»Tt • HiLL« * ACRES • SD8SAN0 CFliFHESH • . 

• PROJ. * OtPTH • NIT • POO * («n).»»AV . r|«|T • ABO, . * UNOER • GK.Ii»AVlL (BIiBRInE • . 

• NO, • (PT) • PAY * (I) * .(»PI). INJ, * .INJ..PRQD,. INJ. * PROO-PRODUCEO f«).«I«tO • »£«»Rn» . 

• • • (PT)* ••• •*•• • »m»J«»LlO» • • 

LARRENCl, LAWRENCE, CRARPORO 
CONTINUED 

-Hi* 1600 11,0 IT.O SO 16,0 01-67 01*T2 3 8 80 iM HELL (P) 

1700 8,0 19,0 35 1 1 «0 

2**9 1550 10,0 18,0 100 16,0 02-67 1 1 20 PRQOuCEO (8) .ESTImAtEu KInCI 147* 

1810 19,0 |6,0 90 1 1 20 

1780 10,0 |1,0 I 1 20 

21*6 1190 lt,0 18.0 |00 12-69 1 2 20 PftOOuCfD (8) .ESTIMATED SINCE 1*72 

1890 10,0 16,0 TO I I 10 

2110 870 15.0 20,0 200 05-5* 8 8 20 PCNN SO.PRQO(B) 

1110 6,0 16,0 80 60 

1160 21,0 18,0 10 60 

1670 16,0 17,0 20 60 

2216 1910 12,0 16,0 Jo 08*66 9 6 90 PCNN SO. PROO IB} 

16*0 10,0 19,0 20 60 

2296 1690 6,0 16,0 60 03-68 1 9 10 PENN SO. PHOo(fl) must QP TmE -ATERFL000 EPPECT 

1900 20,0 16,0 60 09. 59 TO HAS BEEN IN JACKSON AND CYPRESS 

1ST9 10,0 16,0 19 04*14 TO 

1690 11,0 19,0 2| 09-5" 70 

2269 100U 10,0 16,0 100 U-6J 6 9 60 PENN SO, PROO (B) 

1990 17,0 16,0 90 SO 

1660 12,0 19,0 20 9 7 SO 

2261 1016 19,0 06-62 12 }0 SH SU, GRAVEL IP) .NO DATA SINCE 1469 

2271 1535 19,0 16,9 60 10.0 12-62 7 8 ISO BUCHANAN, PROD (B) ^ESTIMATED SINCE 1472 

1690 10,0 lS.0 IS 6 9 120 

2*79 690 20,0 21,0 ll| JO, 9 U*SC> 4 6 SO BUCHANAN, PRjD (B) *ESUMATEu SINCE 1464 

1460 20,0 S 7 60 

2227 1600 19,0 18,0 79 16,0 01-66 1 2 10 PBOOUCED (8) .ESTIMATED SINCE 1472 

17*9 10,0 }9,0 SO I * 10 

2»7T 479 10,0 14,0 190 19,0 02-64 1 * 40 SH SO (P) .ESTlMMEu SINCt }472 

1779 8,0 }4,0 IS 18,0 4 7 100 

2*06 12B0 29,0 20,0 40 Ou-96 4 4 40 PCNN SO, PROD (B) MNCL «JTh *2H SINCE 1474 

2204 1420 22,0 20,0 SO 12-56 S 4 40 PENN So, PROD IB) •INtL WITH 2211 SINCE 1979 

*21S 117S 01-52 47T S64 1600* PROO, PRESH taSw (M) •JU0T,HE8T»LL. «ING, SUTTON, kimhEL 

1410 10,0 9600* BOYO.HIOUAbH.NENELl.HOORE.THURN 

1S10 10,0 2400* bOuLli, SEED, Skat, r»an,LcI(.ht», 

1600 8,0 SOO* JENNER,hI8E*.RAV|InCl 2206,2209 

2214 SOO 10,0 1S,6 06-48 460 670 2096 6RAV, PROO (H) •ROBINS, JOHNSON, KLInGlER, COOPER, 

BALTZElL.LEwIS.CLARK.PINlEY.GEE 

2216 1700 20,0 1500 tl-56 *7 SO 1637 6RAV, PROD (H) • APPLEGATE. HILHAMS, GILLESPIE, 

VANDERMANK 

2(34 1990 10,0 12*79 4 1 40 PROOuCEO(B) 

2*47 1390 11,0 09-71 II II 240 PROD 6 PRESH (H) 

2*74 1210 16,0 17,0 400 08-64 14 28 984 GRAV, PRUO (H) 

2244 1629 15,0 6-76 2 4 ||0 PROOuCEO(B) .ESTIMATED 

•2*04 1240 10,0 14,0 60 16,7 09-52 12-67 15 16 160 GRAV, PRUD (m) 

1190 19,0 17,0 10 6 6 60 

1619 1,0 21,0 40 10 10 40 

•2*44 1779 19,0 20,0 17S 08-54 01*66 1 4 40 PENN So, PROD (B) 

•2*S1 1450 20,0 16,0 90 nj.59 02-71 1 1 60 PENN So. PROD (B) 

163U 10,0 12,0 10 07-.66 P i 20 

2*03 2000 16,0 17,9 49 37,0 04*70 4 10 HO PENN So (B) •tSTIMTPO 

2207 1412 6,0 H,9 4 09*91 10 10 200 BRIDGEPORT, PROD (B) .E3TIMA1EU 

1977 11,0 21.0 60 10 10 100 

16*2 16,0 16,5 66 8 7 ISO 

2*66 1540 20,0 10*64 6 IT 280 SH SO. 'ROD (H) •tSTIhiTEo 

•2241 1650 20,0 18.0 SQ 18,0 06*94 01*66 C 1 SO PENN 80, PROO IB) *1466 Data ESTIMATED 

2*71 1S60 16,0 10*64 1 11 130 SH SO, 'ROD (M) .ESTIMATED 

2*76 1590 14,0 16,9 40 30,0 11*6* 4 T 1Q0 BUCHANAN, PROO (B) «INJ .CURTAILED MARCH |474 

*»JT 1460 6,0 *0,0 88 3S.0 OT-98 1 2 30 PENN SO, PROD (B) •ESTIMATED *6*T9 THRO 12*74 ONLY 

19SU 14,0 1 6 130 

1680 20,0 1 1 20 

•2230 1S80 29,0 21,2 1*9 36,6 10*9* 01*95 1 1 10 TAR SPR, PROO (B) 

•2222 1610 4,0 16,0 02*66 0T*T4 1 2 JO PENN SO. PROD (6) 'EST, 1468*1471) INJ, SUSP, 1472 

•221' 1600 11,1 IT, I TQ 18,0 10-56 12-66 20 IS SIS TAR SPRINGS (B) 

2268 1550 15,0 01-69 IT 20 ISO PENN So, GRAV (M) .tSTlHATED 

16*0 10,0 14 29 490 

2*0* 400 14,0 18,0 1*9 16,0 02*99 14 10 100 BUCHANAN SD, PROO (B) 

1390' 20,0 18,0 100 14 |0 100 

2**0 1970 IS.O 17,4 66 37,0 12*69 6 1 60 GRAVEL BED (P) 

1670 4,0 |9,4 37 * * 80 

1710 4,0 12,5 2 3 4 80 

2(21 1690 19,0 16,5 90 34,0 01*66 9 7 60 RIVER GRAV, PROO Cm) •JNJ.SUSP. 1*T8 

2233 1400 30,0 18,0 TS 3T,0 06-5T * 1 130 BUCHANAN SU, PROO (B) *1NJ. DISC. 1476 

1690 20,0 14,0 10 34,2 90 

2*36 1630 22.0 74,0 16 31,0 01*6T 11 20 SH SO (P) «INACTlVE SINCE T4I*INJ SUSP 74 

2296 1910 20,0 16,0 67 17,0 09*60 * 1 70 BUCHANAN SO, PROO (8) .INACTIVE SINCE 147* 

1679 20.0 12.0 5 17,0 70 

2*94 19*0 20,0 16,0 19 11-60 11 IB 6S0 HIvER, Prou, (M) 

1610 19,0 690 

2(60 1300 5.0 02*61 4 6 40 SH SD (P) 

1940 16,0 10 

2(63 1310 12,0 16,0 30 36,0 12*61 23 23 900 RIVER, PROO (M) 

1400 10,0 18.0 33 36,0 660 

ISIS 6,0 1*0 

1S83 3,0 120 

227* 1S73 23,0 16,0 20 34,3 12*63 * 16 120 BRIDGEPORT, PROO (81 

1630 16,0 6 |6 120 

•2266 930 60,0 14,0 100 31,0 07*63 02*66 2 I 40 SH SO (P) 

•2**4 1540 20,0 14,0 TS 30,0 09*69 06*70 8 8 160 PENN SO. PROO (B) 

•2223 1S60 10,0 |T,0 to ST,0 02*70 06*T1 4 6 160 PROO, supply (m) 

1*14 1*16 6,0 (0,0 * 16,3 01*63 1 6 SO PRODUCED (bl 

1414 3,0 1S.0 *] 1 3 SO 

•2(66 1660 |4,0 18,6 04*6* 12*66 13 40 SH SO, PROD (M) 

2(62 1100 13,0 04*71 4 5 40 PRODUCED(B) .ESTIMATED 

1916 11,0 16,0 16 16.7 07*66 ISO 

1**2 (t.O 60 

1770 9,0 19,0 * * 4 100 

•2261 1967 l*,0 <0,6 1*1 16,1 09*66 1*T7 1 9 40 PRODUCED (B) •ESTIMATED 1479*76 



99 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



* 




GENERAL INFORMATION 






• PRODUCTION AND 


INJECTION STATISTICS (N 


■BL» * 


• 


FIELD, COUNTY 


• • 




• 




• WATER • 


OIL • 


WATER 4 


, Pf(Q IIPT UR AllBiTHB 


• PROJECT • 

• UP UNIT • 

• • 


PAY NAME 


• LOCATION 

• 8 • T - ■ 


• INJECTION • 


PRODUCTION • 


PRODUCTION • 


* • 


t ABO 




• 




• TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


cum, • 


• » 


■ R.N, 


• • 




• 




• 19T9 • 


12/74 • 


1479 • 


11/74 • 


14T9 • 


11/74 . 


LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, CRAWFORD 




















CONTINUED 






















8291 


ZANETIS OIL MOP 


H.H.40, GILLESPIE 


BUCHANAN 
CYPRESS 


19-3N.12W 




279 


2017 


7.3 


414* 


273 


1742 


LAWRENCE Hi LAWRENCE 






















• 2250 


ACNE CABINS 


S SUHNER UNIT 


BETHEL 


14.83.24.3N.1SW 




1141 




ISA 




289 


2119 


N, A, BALDRIOSI 


LAWRENCE WEST 


BCTNE 


2I,24,2S.3N.13W 


30* 


310* 


1.9* 


22* 


SO* 


310* 


LEXJNBTQN, WABASH 






















ISIS 


HOCKING OIL 


LEXINGTON U 


MCCLOSXY 


2A.1S.14W 




AA* 


2992* 


1.3* 


AA 


AA* 


740* 


LILLTVlLLt. CUMBERLAND, EFF1NSHAM 




















70S 


BALLASHER DRILLING 


KROONAN 


MCCLOBKV 


31.9N.TE 




143 


2999* 


9.9 


309* 


70 


8*1. 


LIVJNSSTON, MAOISON 






















• 2900 


WlLLIAH H, KROmn 


KROGER 


PENN 


lT'AN.AN 






47 




3 






• 2901 


H, w. HGCONNfcLL 


C. AND 0. HENKE UNIT 


PENN 


17.80.4N.AW 






104 




29 






•2902 


CHARLES P, WOOO 


KROEBER 


PENN 


U.AN.AW 






S7* 




3* 






LIVIN6ST0N S, MAOISON 






















2909 


HOWARD CLEFP 


BE*T.KE*IN-LEITCM 


PENN 


27,34'AN.AW 




AS* 


499* 


3.3* 


82* 


AS* 


80S* 


290T 


FAIRFIELO OIL CO 


BLOM«FOWLER>RUEHRUPPU 


PENN 


2T.AN.AW 




l>* 


749* 


3.8 


110* 


3 


24. 


290S 


R, L, GROSSMAN 


OUAD|>RIPOUSCH 


BETHEL 


21,22'AN.AW 




40* 


7A9* 


1.7 


90 


40* 


489. 


LOCUST 


SROVE, WAYNE 






















•«OS9 


IANETI8 OIL PROP 


DAUBS B 


AUX VASES 


31.1N.4E 






399* 




29* 




190. 


LOUOEN 


, EFFIN6HAN, FAYETTE 






















1292 


N. A, BALDRIQOE 


LOUDEN •• 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


T7,*N.R3,4E 




200* 


2172* 


19.4* 


327* 


200* 


2900* 


1210 


BARBER InS 


SINCLAIR 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


29.SN.SE 




127 


32A3 


7.2 


7A2 


1*7 


9*03 


1243 


BARCER ENG 


wELKER 


CYPRESS 


31.7N.SE 




93 


1810 


4,4 


494 


33 


4349 


• 1201 


W. L, SELDEN 


HtNTON U 


CYPRESS 


32.7N.SE 






100 




11 






1202 


W. L, BELDEN 


UNIT 23 


CYPRESS 


24.2B.8N.3E 




131 


7072 


3.4 


949* 


131* 


4470* 


1209 


w. L, BELDEN 


B, F, OWENS 


CYPRESS 


4. 7N.3e 




• 


737* 


3.4 


239 


70* 


1330. 


1219 


w. L. BELDEN 


C.C. SMITH 


CYPRESS 


20.7N.3E 




147 


1809 


9. A 


899 


147. 


2733* 


122k 


W. L, BELDEN 


SATHER 


CYPRESS 


1*,17.7N.3E 




HA 


1877 


84.2 


424 


HA* 


1341* 


1203 


0, L, BURTSCNI EST, 


O.L. BURTSCNI U 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


1S.7N.SE 
091 




23* 


1306* 


4.3 


232 


2)* 


788. 


1207 


REVIS 0, CALVERT 


MOHAN 


CYPRESS 


29, 31, S2-7N.SE 


• 


14)09* 


1.3* 


1999* 


20* 


11989. 


•1219 


REVIS 0, CALVERT 


KOBERLIEN 


CYPRESS 


S0.7N.3I 






2784* 




919 




1670. 


• 121T 


REVIS 0, CALVERT 


STUKES-WEILEN 


CYPRESS 


14.SN.SE 






8*10 




429 




1293 


1233 


REVIS 0, CALVERT 


SAPP 


CYPRESS 


1S.7N.SE 




10* 


1884* 


U.J* 


140* 


10* 


718* 


1239 


OORAN OIL PROP, 


J.W.ARNOLD 


CYPRESS 


19.7N.SE 




A3* 


1789* 


3.2 


117* 


AS* 


1789* 


120* 


EXXON 


LOUDEN 


CYPRESS 


T 7,S,4N.R 2,3,4E 


30993 


170818 


122.0 


134774 


39A00 


4I9U73 








BETHEL 
























BENOIST 
























AUX VASES 


















121» 


FRY OIL CO 


RHODES. WATSON 


CYPRESS 


27, S3, S4.8N.SE 


210* 


A929* 


7.2* 


1112** 


210* 


9U87* 








BETHEL 
























BENOIST 


















not 


GENERAL AMERICAN 


OEVflRE COOP 


CYPRESS 


1.7N-2E 




218 


2779 


4.8 


348 


219 


*499 


1294 


TOM GRACE 


BAU«LONG 


CYPRESS 


19.7N-SE 




SO* 


80S* 


1.3 


44* 


30* 


•03* 


1209 


L. B, HOSS TRUST 


STEWART ANU DIAL 


CYPRESS 


A.7N.3E 




20* 


1092* 


0.4 


12) 


30* 


434* 


1229 


L, B, HOSS TRUST 


EMERSON 


CYPRESS 


31'SN.SE 




10* 


1*8* 


0.4 


12 


10* 


204* 


1239 


L. B, HOSS TRUST 


H, LQGuE 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


1S.7N.SE 




80* 


899* 


0,8 


40 


20* 


92S* 


1241 


L, B, HOSS TRUST 


ARNOLO-MORSN.StALOCK 


CYPRESS 


19.7N.3E 




400* 


99A9* 


28.3 


77« 


400* 


341*. 


1242 


L, B, HOSS TRUST 


LAURA LOGUE 


CYPRESS 


1S.7N.SE 




29* 


378* 


1. 1 


TO 


23* 


378* 


124S 


L, B, HOSS TRUST 


RHQOES 


CYPRESS 


1S-7N.3E 




100* 


1381* 


3.8 


401 


100* 


1407. 


• 1249 


L, 6, HOSS TRUST 


BUZZARD 


CYPRESS 


3.7N.3E 










144 




1830 


1210 


R, L, HOBS 


YOLYON 


CYPRESS 


12'7N.2E>7.7N.3E 


190** 


9l9l*« 


7.1* 


8*9* 


IS** 


3884*. 








BETHEL 


















122S 


R. L, HOSS 


SMITH 


CYPRESS 


13'7N.2E 




40* 


22A1* 


1.74 


227* 


40* 


17*4* 


12J2 


HUGHES PROO, 


HOPPER*TOWNS£NO»MClRY 


CYPRESS 


12-7N.2E 




141 


3291 


7.4 


484 


1*14 


3937 


1**3 


HUMBLE AND R 


LOUDON DEVONIAN* 


GENEVA 


2,10,11,19,20,21,22, 




2073A1 




14*41 




1*4470 










27,28,29,32 


SS'SN.SE 














• 1208 


JARVIS BROS. 


YAKEY 


CYPRESS 
BEYHEL 


A.7N-3E 






28S2 




284 




1423 


• 1234 


KINGwOOO OIL CO, 


wELKER 


CYPRESS 


13-7N.8E 






U9 




2 




13 


12|4 


KOONS • FRANK EXPL 


MOHAN 


CYPRESS 


29.7N.3E 




83* 


4844* 


4.3 


944 


83* 


444T. 


124T 


KOONS S FRANK EXPL 


MnBRELL-GOOO 


CYPRESS 


14.7N.Jt 




290* 


9084* 


18.7 


414 


290* 


4488. 


123* 


M.».C> CORP 


O.L. BURTSCNI 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


1S.7N.SE 




190* 


8948* 


8.7 


323 


190* 


(222* 


HIT 


M.S'C CORP 


SEFTON 


CYPRESS 


1,12.7N.(E 




100* 


1474* 


9.7 


314 


100* 


2044. 


1224 


MOBIL OIL CORP, 


LOUDEN 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
BENOIST 


S.TN-K, 38> 


8N.3E 


2027 


37442 


43.0 


A240* 


2100 


31930 


12*7 


MOBIL UlL CORP, 


BUZZARD BROS, 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


29.9N.SE 




192 


2803 


3.0 


248* 


84 


3313 


• 121* 


SMULMAN BROTHERS 


LOUDEN EXTENSION 


CYPRESS 


34,39, SA.8N. 
I.l.TN-jr 


3E, 




39840 




3208* 




33987 


1229 


TEXACO, INC, 


LOUDEN SOUTH UNIT 


CYPRESS 


A.T.AN.3EI3I 


•7N.SE 


144S 


31474 


31.7 


8332* 


1704 


30403 


1244 


TEXACO, INC. 


LILLY 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
BENOIST 


1A.8N.SE 




191 


4144* 


24,4 


1114 


2AS 


3833. 


nos 


TRI STAR PROO CO 


LOUDEN EXYEN*ION 


CYPRESS 


14.8N.At 




• 


**!•• 


2.4 


124 


AO* 


431* 


1200 


TRJ STAR PROO CO 


RHUOES, MCCtOY 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
BENOIST 


SA.27.S4.4N. 


3E 


4 


1499** 


1.3 


47 


30* 


1731* 


121* 


TRI STAR PROO CO 


N, LOUOEN U 


CYPRESS 


io,ii.7N.je 




• 


19118** 


l.S 


1417 


too* 


14321* 


1214 


T*I STAR PROD CO 


S. LOUOEN u 


CYPRES* 


21, 28, 84. 7N. 


31 


• 


19989** 


4.2 


8183 


100* 


13323. 


1220 


TRI STAR PROO CO 


OURBIN, FORCE ARIA 


CYPRESS 


24.2A.8N.3E 




4 


2297*4 


l.S 


333* 


4 


1014*4 


1221 


TRI STAR PROO CO 


HUTT 


CYPRESS 


89.7N.Jt 




ISO 


3124 


2.3 


443 


ISO 


3113 


• 1231 


TROOP DRILLING 


N A (A6LIT0N 


CYPRESS 


20.SN.SE 






41 




42 




100. 



100 



iii Illinois, 1 979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTIC! UV. v»LUti 



DEVELOPMENT At OF 1*. 31-71 



INJECTION MATl* 



FIELD, COUNTY • • • * • NO, OP • 

............. * PERM* OIL • 0AT( • OATI • WELL* * 

PROJ, • DEPTH * nut • POM • (MO)«SRAV . FIRST • ABO, • • 

NO, • (PT) • PAT • (I) • • l»PI ) • 1NJ. • .INl..PROn,. 

• • (FT). • • • • • • • 



• SOURCE TYPf 
AC*|S • SOlSANO (MiPHPlM 
UNDI* • 5M.U»*vtL (B)aSttlNE 

INJ, • PRODaPRODuCEO (Ml.Miren 

• SHaSHALLOm 



»t-«««l 



LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE, CRAnPORO 
CONTINUED 

11*1 12*0 10,0 
13S0 29,0 



LAWRENCE n, LAWRENCE 
• 2(90 2040 10,0 
HIS 1090 18.0 

LEXINGTON, HA8AIH 

JS98 (S90 4,0 



IT, I 56 19.0 



14,0 600 



LJLLWILLE, CUMBERLAND, EFFINGHAM 
T0« 1*90 8.0 



LIVINGSTON, MADJSON 
• 8300 9(0 19,0 
•850 1 919 11. 
•8901 980 80,0 



K.O 



LIVINGSTON S, MADISON 
8909 9T9 19.0 
890T 9«9 J9.0 88, S 1481 
890S (TOO 9,0 11,0 

LOCUST 9"0vt, WAYnE 
••0S9 S|SO 10,0 

LOUDEN, ePFJN&HAM, PAYETTE 

1 191 



1810 

18*9 

• 1801 
1(08 
180* 
1(13 
1(8* 
KOI 

KOT 

• 1(19 

• KIT 
K1S 
1(91 
1(04 



Kl* 



1(0* 
K5* 
1(09 
1(89 
1(11 

1841 
1848 
184S 

• 1(44 

1(10 

K8S 

KJ( 

«K83 

• KOS 

• KJ4 

1(14 
K4T 
1(1* 

KJT 
1(8* 



K8T 

• Ull 

1(8* 
K*4 



HOB 
1800 



llll 
Kl* 
1(80 
K81 
•t(ll 



1446 
19(S 

1910 
1984 

1910 
I49U 
140U 
14S0 
14T9 

19*8 

19*0 
14SU 
1400 
14*0 
1900 
15*0 
1*(0 
1**0 
1900 
19*0 
1*10 
1494 
19*0 
19(8 
1900 
14T9 
19S0 
14*0 
1990 
191U 
1990 
1904 
1940 
1904 
1909 
1100 

1400 
1940 
199S 
19*9 
1914 
1990 
19S0 
19*0 
1490 
1989 
1990 
1400 
1480 
1910 

1*00 
14T9 
1999 
1*10 
1990 
1919 
19T0 
19*0 
199U 
1990 
14*1 
191* 
1180 



89,0 
».0 

40,0 
80.0 
19.0 
8T.0 
80.0 
10,0 
10,0 

1T.0 
10,0 
89.0 
90,0 
89.0 
l»,9 
U.* 
19.* 
14.1 
18.0 
11. 
8T.9 
10,0 

t.o 

80.0 
K.O 
8*,0 
19,0 
68, 
19.0 
80,0 
10,0 
10,0 

a*.o 

89.0 

89,0 

18,0 

K.O 
»T,0 
11.0 

a*.o 

88.0 

19.0 
K.O 
80.0 
18.0 
80.0 
40,0 
80,0 
80,0 
10,0 

89,0 
88.0 
88.9 
IT. 9 

9.0 
K.O 
K.O 
10,0 
81.0 
K.4 
10,0 
40,0 

»,0 



P.* K» 

81.0 190 
K.O 800 



K.4 

K.O 



l'.O 

K.O 
K.O 
K.o 
80.0 

K.o 
K.o 



1*.4 



*1 
<9 



K.9 108 
K.l *9 

K.i 10* 



90 



190 



*l 



18. 4 101 

K.4 108 

80,0 800 
K.9 



81.0 180 
80,4 164 

K.O 890 



19.0 
19.0 



11.9 
1*.0 

1T.0 



19.0 

J*.« 



14.0 

34,0 
1«.0 

19.0 



1S.0 



K.O 4J JT.O 



14.0 
1T.0 
JT.O 

38,0 
19.0 
1S.0 
18,0 



lk.0 

8*.0 



1*.0 

14.0 

19,0 
1T.0 

38.1 

lfc.0 

1T.0 
13.9 



1*,T 
IT. 9 



IT. 9 
IT, 9 
IT. 9 
IT. 8 
I*.* 



04-T8 

1U-63 

*-Tl 



08-66 

02-72 

09-60 

11*56 
04.96 
10-97 
09-94 
07-ST 
09-68 
08-9* 

03-94 
09-9T 
03-9* 

11-62 
01-6* 

10-90 



1».6 <1 3T,9 06-JT 



07-9T 
8-T9 

0T-9T 
01-9* 
11-61 

11-98 
08-83 

01-69 

06« eO 

08-97 
0T-9T 
01-98 

08-57 
09-41 



09-68 
08-99 

01-9* 
09-91 

08-9T 

01-98 



10-98 



01-61 
01-9* 



lt-9* 
03-99 

10-9* 
09-96 
04-61 



01-66 



18-7* 



18-94 

1-T9 



09-6* 



09-9T 



07-94 18-97 8 
09-98 K-TU 10 
09-9* 08-68 1 



1-TT 



01-61 



.79 
■ T9 



94 



12-69 



K-66* 



11-9T 12-69 



12-69 



12-95 K-66 



09-60 

06-64 



04-71 



4 
1 
11 
1 
6 
9 
1 
( 
1 
6 
I 
2 
6 
633* 



9 
A 

8 

6 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
2 
4 
1 
4 
8 
I 
T 
4( 

4 

9 

1 

4 

9 

8 

T 

1 

K 

12 

K 

8 

( 

46 

80 

9 



190 
60 



(9T 

190 



90 
160 



80 

80 

160 



70 

190 

90 



80 



60 

80 

SO 

80 

(40 

40 

100 

140 

80 

380 

80 

60 

40 

80 

14700* 

TT70« 

9*90 

541 

180 
60 
90 

100 
TO 
40 
10 
80 
80 

140 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 

100 
8600 

TO 

70 

10 

80 

40 

60 

60 

90 

(40 

(40 

(40 

40 

40 

4|6 

612 

IK 
118 

90 
(00 
180 

60 
180 
(90 
390 
160 

40 

40 



PROOuCEOlR) 



SH SO, PROU (B) 
PROOUCSO (BETHEL 



•M SO (P) 
PROD (B) 



BENOKT, A.V, 80S (B) 
SALEM, PROD (8) 
AUX VASES (B) 



PRUOuCED (81 
SM SO (P) 
PROOuCSOCB) 



CYPRESS (8) 



PRODuCEO (6) 



1*) 



TAR 6Ph, PROD 
PRODUCED (tO 
TAR SPH. PMOO IB) 
TAR SPR, PROD IB) 
TAR (PR, PNOD (8) 
TAR |PR,PRUD (B) 
PURCHASED (B) 

PRODUCED (SI 

TAR »PN, PROD (B) 

TAR SPR. PROD (B) 

TAR SPH, PROD (B) 

PR00UCEDC8) 

TAR *PR, PROD K) 



TAR SPR. PHOO (*) 



PRODUCEO (a) 

PROOuCEO(B) 

TAR SPR, «H00 (B) 

PRODUCED (8) 

PURCHASED (B) 

PURCHASED IB) 
PRODUCED (8) 
TAR SPR, PROO (*) 
TAR »PR, PROD IB) 
TAR SPR. PROO (B) 

TAR BPRi PROD (B) 
TAR SPR, PROU (8) 
PRODUCED (B) 

TAR SPR, PROD (9) 

TAR SPR, PROO (B) 
TAR SPH> PROO (B) 



TAR SPR, 
TAR (PR, 



PROD (B) 
PROD (B) 



TAR (PR, PROD (B) 
TAR SPR, PROO (BJ 



TAR (PR. PROO (B) 

TAR SPR, PROO (B) 

PRODUCER (8) 
TAR SPRINGS (8) 



TAR SPR, PROO (B) 
PRODUCED (8) 



TAR SPR, PROO (B) 
PRODUCED fB) 
PRODUCED (B) 
PRODUCED (8) 
TAR SPR, PROD (9) 



•INCL. PRIM, PROD, SINCE 19*9 

•ESTIMATED 

•EST, 71. 781*8-74 IMMO 12-79 ONLY 

•ADJUSTED BY UPtRAToR 

• NO DATA 8INCE K6( 



•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED 



•tBTIMATEu 1979-76 



*i"CL M I T " t»»0« TOTAlS*EST 
*• RURCH PROM EXXON 2-T2 



•INCL PRIM PROD) *ESTIMATtO 

•EST, I *INJ.SUSP, 1-1-69 

•ESTIMATEO 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

• EST, SINCE 197H *INJ,SUSP,19Tl 
•INACTIVE SINCE TT 

• ESTIMATED SINCE KT* 
•fcSTlMATPUl *INCL,PRIM, SINCE 66 
•INCL 1898 



•INCL PRIM PROO SINCE 6-57 *EST 



*tST,|*lNCL PRIM PROD SINCE 1967 
•ESTIMATED SlNCt 1970 
•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

• ESTIMATED SlNtt K70 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL BOTH PAYS! *E8T, SINCE 71 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1971 
•ESTIMATED 

•CONVERTED TO GAS STORAGE 
RESERVOIR 



•ESTIMATCU 
•ESTIMA1EU 
• ESTIMATEO SINCt K74 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1974 
•INCL PRIM PROO SINCE 1-58 



•INCL PRIM PROO SINCE lU-98 

•INCL PRIM PROO SINCE 18-59 

• INCL PRIM SINCE K-601 -EST 
•ESTIMATED 1977 DATA 



•INJ. DISC, 781* ESTIMATED SINCE 79 
•EST. SINCE 75(*INJ,0ISC, 197* 



»EST, SINCE 731 ♦ INJ.DKC. T8 

•EST, SINCE 19T3l*INJ,0ISe TS 

•INCL PRIMI*EST|60ISC INJ 1978 

•SINCE l-*9 



101 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



* 




BINIRAL INFORMATION 


• 


PNOOUCTION ANO 


INJECTION STATISTICS (M 


BtLt) • 


• 


FIILD, COUNTt 


• 


• 


• • 


WATER • 


OIL • 


WATER t 


• pHQ.fVFT Mn - nilniTno 


* PROJECT 

* US UNIT 

• 


• PAY NAME 

• 
• 


t LOCATION • 
* S • T • R •< 


INJECTION • 


PRODUCTION . 


PRODUCTION * 


• • 


■ 420 


• * 


TOTAL * 


CUM. * 


TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


• * 


• ».", 


• 


• 


• • 


1979 • 


12/79 • 


19T4 • 


12/74 • 


t9T9 • 


12/79 • 


LOUISVILLE N, CLAY 




















• 1T1 


mckinney,funoerb 


WOLP.PORTER 


SPAR MTN 


4,10-*N.6| 




29 




2 




20 


NCKJNl.lt, WASHINGTON 




















• 4011 


JIT OIL CO, 


FR|IHAN>HUNLITH 


BENOIST 


29.IS.4W 




ISl 




1 




192 


MAIN C 


, CRAWFORD, LAWRENCI 


, JASPER 


















• ttT 


H, J, ADAM| 


M.J, ADAMS N F 


ROBINSON 


28>SN.12W 




toss 










• tot 


ASNLAN0 AND R 


BIROS 1 


ROBINSON 


4,10,19,16-SN.HW 




1*507 




SSt 






• t03 


AlHLANO ANO R 


BIRD* 2 


ROBINSON 


20.9N.UW 




2912 




11* 




409 


•04 


BILL BR0TH|R| 


BAHRJCK 


ROBINSON 


13.7N.13W 


• 


1979* 


1.2 


144 


t* 


1219 


ttS 


RAt BROHN 


08L0NC 


ROBINSON 


•-7N-13W 


190* 


1242* 


10.9 


104 


190* 


1292* 


* 399 


CALIENTE OIL CO 


GEORGE L. "ALTERS 


ROBINSON 


2«6N.13w 




1632* 




32* 




720* 


t 1*4 


CLARINCI CATT 


SPARKS MF NO, i«M 


BETHEL 


11-6N.12U 




298 




tl 




114 


998 


CLARENCE CATT 


HUDSON WF 


BETHEL 


6-9N-12W 


to* 


822* 


0.4 


29 


10* 


*2l* 


* MS 


CLARENCE CATT 


MC CALL 


ROBINSON 


1-9N-13W 




t 




1 




t 


to 


CLARENCE CATT 


EA6LET0N UNIT 


SAHPLE 
BITHEL 


LBN-ISW 


220* 


174S* 


M.U 


40 


220* 


1361. 


646 


CITATION OIL CO 


CONOVER 


ROBINSON 


19.7N.12W 


29* 


741* 


1.4 


3* 


29* 


741* 


» 699 


JACK COLE 


MULLINI 


ROBINSON 


9»9n»J*W 




IS 




t 




It 


• 600 


E, CONSTANTIN 


J. 8. KIRK 


ROBINSON 


29,30,S1,32.7n.12w 




977* 




57* 






• 6J0 


E, C0N8TANTIN 


SMITH 


ROBINSON 


7.TN-12W, 12.7N.13W 




3S7 




I 




1 


• t07 


C»68T ASSOCIATES 


MITCHELL 


ROBINSON 


24,29>7N.l3w 




435* 




107* 




129* 


* »11 


CRIST ASSOCIATES 


PORTERVILLE 


ROBINSON 


29,36>BN.13n 




134S 




«« 






• tl9 


ENER6V RESOURCES 


ALEXANDER-REYNOLD" 


ROBINSON 


19,20>7N.|2W 




8*90* 




•02* 




2045* 


644 


ENER6Y RESOURCES 


cranforo co. flood 


PENN 
BITHEL 


*,7.9n.j»w 


40* 


1277* 


1.4 


92 


•0* 


1149* 


* *ll 


0. W, PRANCHOT 


BIROS 


ROBINSON 


14,19, It, 21,22.9N.ltN 




93049 




1929 




4290 


t!7 


R, M, FRY 


RRISHT FLOOD C 


ROBINSON 


23,2t.6N«l3w 




B33S* 




300* 




9t«0* 


693 


R, M, PRY 


shuts flood c 


ROBINSON 


8.tN>13w 


90* 


St4«* 


2.S 


89 


90* 


20*2* 


611 


HAROLO RUNCANNQN 


8IR0I AREA 


ROBINSON 


tt, 20,(1, 28, 29.9N.tlW 


100* 


14149* 


15. t 


1392 


100* 


211*** 


64T 


64LLABHIR ORILLINB 


OBLONB BENUIST 


BETHEL 


19,20, 29, S0.7N.13W 


101 


l.Tl* 


t.S 


38t* 


199 


179*. 


• 6}4 


SEN, OPERATIONS 


LlTTLEJOMN 


ROBINSON 


20«tN.12W 




699 




3* 




179 


9*4 


BETTY OIL CO 


A.M. MANN 


ROBINSON 
BETHEL 


9,6.9N.12W,32>6N.l2w 


598 


11917 


t.t 


»*3 


3*4 


7477 


396 


BETTY OIL CO 


8UFLE. MCKNIGHT 


ROBINSON 


T.18-7N.13W 


40S 


4212 


4,2 


2«t 


2*3 


2823 


397 


6ETTY OIL CO 


ALLEN. AHgS DEEP 


BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
MCCLOSKY 


24-7N-13U 


988 


9924 


4.0 


491 


213 


1819 


630 


SETTY OIL CO 


BIRCH J 


ROBINSON 


14.6N.13W 


134 


7410 


5.5 


90* 


266 


9233 


632 


SETTY ulL CO 


6ARRJCK. WALTERS 


ROBINSON 


18.l4.7N.12w, 
tl.24.TN.13W 


ISIS 


4334S 


29.2 


t427 


1331 


243tt 


633 


SETTY OIL CO 


GOOD. MAWS 


ROBINSON 


16,17,PI,22-6N.13W 


ISO 


4«20 


5.1 


669 


109 


4190 


• 434 


SETTY OIL CO 


HOWARD 


ROBINSON 


tl.7N.l3w 




9713 




**l 




9213 


639 


SETTY OIL CO 


AMES 


ROBINSON 


29.7N.11W 


124 


3977 


4.4 


1*1 


its 


3493 


636 


BETTY UlL CO 


OENNJS.HAROlN 


ROBINSON 


27,3t.6N.|3w 


144 


14432 


6.5 


S47 


195 


4317 


637 


BETTY OIL CO 


THOMPSON 


ROBINSON 


26.27-6N.l3w 


94 


2901 


2.7 


274 


M 


2722 


• 641 


BETTY OIL CO 


STIPLE.ORAKE 


ROBINSON 


4,10,16.TN.13W 




8369 




96* 




971* 


649 


BETTY OIL CO 


M DRAKE 


BETHEL 
' AUX VASES 


17.7N.HW 


66 


1S82 


1.0 


22 


17 


200 


648 


GETTY OIL CO 


C.M, STIFLE C 


BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


8.TN.13W 


17 


914 


0.2 


7 


t 


47 


644 


BETTY OIL CO 


J. G. MCKNIGHT C 


BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


1S.7N-13W 


* 


236 


0.9 


1* 


It 


132 


668 


BETTY OIL CO 


HlBHSMITH 


ROBINSON 


20,21.tN.12W 


1*3 


8212 


t.S 


101 


It* 


4088 


• 696 


GETTY UlL CO 


WALTERS- 8TANTZ 


ROBINSON 


14.19.7N.13W 




931 




9t 




947 


* 621 


ILL, LSE, OR, 


SIEHR.NENLIN.HQUSER 


ROBINSON 


19.7N.13W 




281* 




2t* 




t!7* 


• 618 


6, JACKSON 


STANFIILO 


ROBINSON 


17.8N.t2w 




47 








9 


413 


KOONS 6 FRANK EXPL 


CULVER HATERFLOOO 


ROBINSON 


9,6.T.7N.12m 


• 


4641* 


• 


1*4* 






990 


PERRY LACKEY 


OUICk HRS HARTLEROAD 


ROBINSON 


29.7N.1ju 




3tt* 




90* 




290* 


991 


0, R, leavill 


BIDLI 


ROBINSON 


23.8N.13W 


140* 


1047* 


7.t 


«t 


1*0* 


79S* 


606 


0. R, LEAVILL 


6R0BAN (FLOOD 26) 


ROBINSON 


4,9,9.TN.t3w 


10* 


6120* 


1.0 


4*0 






611 


U, R, LEAVELL 


OBLONG (FLOOD 29) 


ROBINSON 


9,8,9.7N.13W 


♦ 


9087* 


♦ 


632* 






6S1 


0. R, LEAVELL 


SChUTTE'BIOLE 


ROBINSON 


32.8N.12W 


60* 


220* 


6.5 


27 


to* 


220* 


669 


0, R, LEAVELL 


OBLONO (FLOOD 27) 


ROBINSON 


S.TN.13N 


69* 


172t* 


2.4 


191 






• 670 


0. R, LEAVELL 


STIFLE 


ROBINSON 


8.7N-13W 


SU10** 


3010* 


52.0 4 


92* 






691 


D, R, LEAVELL 


OBLONG (FLOOD 29) 


ROBINSON 


17.7N.t3w 


* 


|90* 


* 


69* 






620 


THE HACOONELL CO 


CONDREY ARIA 


ROBINSON 


6,7.TN-l3wH?.TN.14u 


342 


4*10 


20.2 


319 


3*3 


3*«2 


671 


THE HACOONELL CO 


KIRTLANO U 


ROBINSON 


9.6N.I3W 


126 


7162 


1.9 


181 


97 


31*1 


6TI 


THE HACOONELL CO 


KlRTLANOaOEE 


ROBINSON 


9,6.6N>13w 


140 


20*19 


19.4 


9T1 


S3* 


13*72 


623 


MARATHON OR CO, 


IT PROJECTS* 


ROBINSON 


Tt,7,SN.R12,13,14w 


4049 


474448 


274.1 


30387 


SS«4 


3107*4 


690 


MARATHON OJL CO, 


FLOOD 99.X 


ROBINSON 


t*7N.Rl]W 


239* 


2223* 


12.4* 


lit* 


309* 


2290* 


698 


MARATHON OJL CO, 


THORNTON WF 21«H 


BETHEL 
AUX VASES 

HCCLOSKY 


17,18,19,20,29.7N.1SW 


tl90 


24432 


71. t 


3131 


127] 


17127 


• 992 


MT, CAHHEL DRL6. 


NEW HEBRON WATERFLOOO 


ROBINSON 


22>tN«12w 




1342 




111 




• *7 


• 993 


MT, CAMMEL 0RL6, 


STEWART.INBOOEN 


BITHEL 


3t.tN.12W 




133 




3 




32 


• 624 


PARTLON, COCHNOR 


RICH 


ROBINSON 


39,3t.tN.t2w 




271t 




67 




US* 


• 662 


PETROL, RRQO, CO 


RMOOES 


ROBINSON 


*9,l»-8N.l*W 




443 










60S 


PRUDENTIAL OJL 


TOHILL. HUGHES 


ROBINSON 


27,28. 6N.13W 


• 


6033* 


• 


401* 


• 


AltO* 


• 629 


RED HEAO OIL CO, 


OlM 


ROBINSON 


23,2t.tN.llN 




«220* 




105* 




1103* 


• 663 


RIE, INC, 


MISERVE UNIT 


ROBINSON 


11-6N-13W 




291 




I 




34 


• 42* 


1, C. RIEVES 


BILLINBSLEY COOP 


ROBINSON 


34,19'TN.tlw 




2736* 




89* 




42* 


t 609 


M, F, ROBERTS 


bishop e 


ROBINSON 


19.20.SN.l2n 




2204 




35 






•1" 

• 6*0 


CURTJSS ROSS 


DEES-LEWIS. wali-yOun. 


ROBINSON 


4,9.6N«13w 


290* 


3428* 


9.6 


1*3 


290* 


3014* 


ROYALCO, INC, 


OAK RIOOE 


BETHEL 


17-9N-12W 




537 




* 




• 


• »*1 


ROtALCO, INC, 


OAK RIDGE U 


CYPRESS 


17.9N.t2u 




3213 




108* 




843* 


• 4*9 


ROYALCO, INC, 


DENNIS HEIRS U 


ROBINSON 


29.30.TN.13W 




22916 




1U32 




S3tt 


• 6*6 


ROYALCO, INC, 


C.J. BIST 


ROBINSON 


20,29.7N.|3w 




23tt 




109 




AT*. 


• 6ST 


ROYALCO, INC, 


STEWART HEIRS 


ROBINSON 


21'tN.tlW 




4040 




289 




2310 


• 4*9 


ROYALCO, INC. 


HULBI. ALLEN 


ROBINSON 


12, 13-7N.14U 




347 




79 




424* 


• 647 


ROYALCO, INC, 


DEES e 


ROBINSON 


28.6N.11W 




1*43 




to 




898 


• 627 


SHAKISPEARI OIL 


MCINTOSH UNIT 


ROBINSON 


17, IS, 14, 20. AN. 12w 




34* 




It 




241 


* 628 


SHAKESPEARI OIL 


HONTBOMIRY UNIT 


ROBINSON 


32,ll'tN.12w 




Stt 




IS 




IT7 



4.9N.12N 



102 



In Illinois, 1979 continual 

• tfESSHVuIw STATISTICS t»V, VALUE) 



QlVtLOPHiNT AS OP 12-31-79 



INJECTION MATE* 



• FIILO, COUNTY 



*H0J. 
NO, 



DEPTH 

en 



NIT • POR 

pay • (») 

(FT)* 



P|»n* oil * oati 

(MO).tRAV • FIR|T 

•(API)* INJ. 



• NO. OP • • SOURCE TvPl 
OATt • MILLS » ACRES • SDrSAND (F)*PRE8H 

*ao. • • unoer • omePAVEL (b)ibrine 

•INJ,*PROO,* INJ, • PROO*PROOuCEO (M)«MI«ED 

• • • • 8M*SHALL0w 



REMARKS 



LOUISVILLE N, CLAY 



• J71 


1S0U 


10.0 








11-70 


09-72 


1 


2 


30 


CVPRI6S (B) 


MCKINLEY 


, WASHINGTON 




















• ton 


1090 


10, 








04-43 


07-69 


2 


2 


20 


PRQOUCED (tl) 


MAIN C, 


CRAwFORC 


, LAWRENCE. 


JASPEN 
















• 667 


1000 


22,0 


IS. 9 


96 




01-38 


12-98 


9 





60 


LAKE, PRODUCED (M) 


t SOI 


990 


)0.0 


21.0 


136 


H.o 


09-9* 


01-64 


67 


93 


330 


PENN SANO (6) 


• SOS 


930 


23.0 


21.0 


123 


JO, 8 


05-57 


01-66 


11 


4 


200 


SRAV, PROD f Ml 


SO* 


980 


99,0 


I*. 2 


126 


34.9 


10-30 




* 


2 


40 


PENN 80, PHOO (8) 


SS8 


980 


20,0 


40,0 


TS 


)6.0 


07-32 




9 


12 


200 


PRODUCED (tf) 


• S99 


930 


20.0 


19.1 


1*1 


32. T 


1U-64 


12-7S 


9 


7 


70 


PENN 40. PROD (4) 


• 9S< 


1330 


7.0 








02-6* 


01-70 


1 


1 


20 


PROOUCEO r»> 


998 


1)20 


10.0 






)9.0 


04-64 




2 


1 


20 


SH Su (P) 


• SIS 


Ml) 


18,0 






32.0 


03-66 


01-70 


1 


3 


40 


PRODUCED (8) 


S*3 


1297 


ISO 


IT. 6 




)),0 


01-68 




4 


3 


60 


PRODUCIO (4) 




131) 


19,0 


16.0 










4 


3 


80 




sss 


930 


22.0 


14,0 


SJ 




06-70 




9 


6 


40 


PENN 80 (B) 


• 69! 


929 


10,0 


20,0 


100 


33,4 


12-62 


12-66 


2 


6 


100 


PENN 80 (B) 


• SOS 


900 


20,0 


it.o 


1T0 


)4,0 


06-51 


06-69 


l« 


37 


36 


CITV WATER (F) 


• sto 


900 


29,0 


16,0 


TO 


34.0 


03-50 


01-70 


6 


9 


SO 


4URPACE (P) 


• SOT 


690 


10,9 


21.1 


99 


33.9 


06-9) 


01-65 


13 


14 


74 


PENN SO, PROD (B) 


• 6)3 


•9(1 


20.0 


1T.0 


47 


32.6 


04-94 


01-70 


9 


14 


SO 


LAKE (P) 


• SIS 


940 


H.o 


22.0 


167 


)4,0 


12-51 




28 


24 


280 


CYPRESS, PKOU (B) 


S44 


1180 


T.9 


IT. 8 


324 


)6.0 


06-66 




1 


4 


50 


PENN SO (B) 




1380 


T.4 


IT. 3 


46 


)6,0 






2 


4 


140 




• kit 


930 


20.0 


18.9 


162 


11. T 


06-91 


11-71 


99 


10* 


1030 


RIVER SRAV, PROD (Ml 


SIT 


900 


19.0 


20.0 


245 


}4,0 


01-9) 




9 


16 


18 


PPNN, PROS fa) 


SS3 


900 


10,0 


18.0 


130 


)6,0 


06-63 




6 


6 


60 


PENN, PROO (61 


SJ1 


990 


21.8 


!'.« 


l*T 


)0,1 


02-92 




51 


49 


764 


SRAV, PROO (Ml 


647 


1290 


8.0 


1».9 


20 


38,0 


04-71 




7 


1* 


360 


PRODUCED (8) 


• 61« 


890 


|4 t 


20,0 


90 


3T.9 


10-92 


12-96 


4 


9 


60 


PENN So, PROD (B) 


594 


990 
1)20 


20,1 

».o 


20.0 
16,0 


190 
40 


33. 


01-64 




10 


9 


140 
80 


B»S»L PENN, PROO (6) 


996 


990 


IT, J 


20,0 


100 


34.0 


04-61 




8 


9 


92 


PENN 8u, "NOD (4) 


997 


1332 

1408 
1434 


10.0 
9.0 
8,0 


1«.2 

16.0 
l«.6 


30 
10 

10 




01-70 




2) 


9 


170 
170 
170 


PROD, FRESH (M) 


S)0 


881 


34.3 


I'M 


108 


33.0 


08-94 




13 


7 


61 


6RAV, PROD (M) 


632 


930 


30,9 


20,0 


132 


39.0 


03-54 




39 


40 


407 


PENN SO, PROO (B) 


653 


930 


2*,3 


21.0 


3TS 


35,0 


09-5T 




4 


6 


17* 


PRODUCED (6) 


• S)4 


930 


20.2 


1«.6 


184 


39.) 


02-52 


11-71 


10 


19 


79 


PRODUCED (4) 


6)3 


960 


29. J 


20,0 


190 


39,0 


10-96 




7 


8 


153 


SH SO, PROO (M) 


8)8 


875 


33.7 


19,8 


IT) 


32. T 


06-90 




17 


10 


93 


PURCHASED (R) 


8)7 


680 


32.9 


19,8 


108 


33.0 


09-52 




9 


3 


40 


PURCHASED (M) 


* 8*1 


980 


23,6 


t«,2 


221 


33.3 


06-92 


11-71 


14 


14 


278 


PENN 4u, PROO (4) 


843 


1)64 

1404 


8,0 
6,0 






36,6 


10-71 




6 


I 


60 
60 


SH SO, PROO (M) 


S4S 


140) 
1438 


14.0 
12.0 


l«.o 

11.0 


1) 
2 


34,0 


01-72 




2 


1 


60 
60 


PURCHASED (4) 


849 


1412 
1435 


3.0 

s.o 


U.5 
6,8 


14 
2 


3*,0 


09-72 




1 


1 


20 
20 


PURCHASED (B) 


888 


920 


21.* 


20,0 


80 


35.0 


04-59 






9 


1*0 


PENN Su, PKOO (B) 


• 898 


990 


l»*i 


19,0 


200 




06-63 


ll-Tl 




to 


67 


PENN So, PROO (B) 


• 611 


89* 


36,0 








07-63 


01-73 




9 


180 


PENN SO (B) 


• 618 


977 


30.0 


23.0 


97 


36. 


06-32 


08-33 




3 


20 


SH SO, PROO (M) 


61) 


990 


1T.0 


1».5 


106 


36.8 


02-61 






20 


126 


POND, PROO (M) 


990 


93S 


12.0 


l«.3 


96 


)T.O 


11-6* 






9 


60 


PRODUCED (8) 


391 


1000 


10,0 


13.0 


89 


3«.0 


07-61 






6 


80 


PRODUCED (S) 


608 


990 


20.4 


IS. 9 


Tl 


)T.O 


10-53 






22 


151 


vRAV, PROO (N) 


611 


990 


23.2 


18.3 


69 


3T.0 


08-56 






24 


17* 


SRAV, PROD (M) 


631 


995 


18,0 








04-76 






12 


120 


PROOUCEO (11) 


669 


990 


19.3 


17,8 


3) 


3T.0 


01-58 






8 


47 


-RAV, PROO (H) 


• 670 


930 


24, » 


16,9 


69 


)T,0 


01-38 


1-77 




2 


27 


SRAV, PROD (H) 


691 


990 


19.0 


18,6 


106 


37,0 


01-63 






9 


22 


SRAV, PROD (M) 


620 


910 


21.0 


20,6 


165 


30.0 


11-66 






24 


310 


PRODUCED (B) 


671 


SOU 


40,0 


20,1 


14) 


S«,9 


01-38 






7 


30 


PENN 80, PROO (B) 


67* 


913 


40,0 


20.8 


196 


36,6 


01-34 






61 


3)0 


PENN SO, PROQ (B) 


623 


920 


20,0 


!«.« 


129 


30.0 


05-48 




264 


444 


6176 


6RAV, PROO f Ml 


690 


900 


20.0 


20.0 


100 




01-74 




• 


■ 


• 


PROOUCEO (S) 


69S 


1)40 
1)40 

1490 


10,0 
8,0 
8,0 


19.0 


JO 


38.0 


07-63 




44 


47 


1*10 
1*10 
1030 


(.RAV, PROO (M) 


* 99t 


9)0 


14,0 


19.8 


Ik 


36.0 


0f63 


10-71 






1)0 


PENN 3D (B) 


• 993 


1)10 


10.0 


18.0 


45 


30.0 


03-6* 


07-66 






50 


PENN 80, PROD (B) 


* 62* 


1008 


«.o 


2*. 3 


2*0 


26,0 


10-3* 


12-61 






60 


LAKE, PROO (M) 


• 661 


1000 


19.0 


20.0 


T5 


)9.T 


09-51 


12-36 






40 


SH 40, POND (M) 


60S 


900 


20.0 


20.0 


100 


32,0 


06-31 








130 


4H ID, PROO (M) 


• 819 


640 


10.9 


21.2 


46 




07-53 


12-62 


16 




103 


PENN SO, PROD (B) 


• 66) 


990 


22.T 


21.9 


89 




11-93 


09-99 






20 


PENN SO (B) 


• 626 


915 


20,0 


30,0 


•9 




12-33 


07-64 






113 


PENN SO (B) 


• 609 


1000 


22,4 


22.1 


196 


39. T 


11-33 


02-60* 


26 




70 


SH PR, PROO (M) 


621 


873 


19.0 








"1-68 




14 




300 


SH SO,PROOUCEO(M) 


• 680 


1990 


8,0 


10.0 


19 


33. T 


10-61 


09*69 






4|0 


SH WILL. 'ROD (M) 


* 661 


14T0 


19.0 


18.3 


97 


39.4 


10-61 


09-69 






420 


SH WELL. 'ROD (M) 


• 6S9 


490 


10,0 


l«.o 


120 


3T.2 


12-94 


09-69 


71 


8* 


360 


SH WILL. RROO (M) 


• 816 


990 


20,0 


H.O 


12 


JT.2 


11-61 


09-69 






80 


SH WELL. 'NOD (H) 


• 6ST 


990 


38.0 


26.7 


240 


)T,0 


10-60 


11-70 






40 


PRODUCIO (4) 


• 619 


9)8 


90,0 


18.9 


T4 


IS, • 


12-61 


03-69 






180 


PURCHASED (B) 


• 69T 


9)0 


12.0 


IT.O 


64 


ST. 2 


09-61 


09-69 






160 


4H WELL. RROO (M) 


• 62T 


929 


12.0 






32,6 


07-9* 


01-94 






)4 


PENN SO (B) 


• 626 


9T9 


19.6 


22.6 


190 


26.) 


09-5* 


09-96 






32 


PENN SAND (B) 



»1NJ CEAStO 9-1-69 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESI iMATPu 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1973 

•ESTIMATED 

•tSTIMATEO 

•no Data since 1440 

•NO DATA 1463-63 

•NO DATA 1970-76 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 



• EST l970-7)M97a CQM6 WITH 4450 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1970 

•ESTIMATED 

•ADJUSTED BY OPERATOR 



•NO INJ SINCE 9>7S 



•NO DATA BEFORE 1967 

•NO OaTa SINCE 1971 

•INJ SUSPENDED 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATPD SINCE 1464 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1969 ♦ NO DATA 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED SINCE |949 

•EST.) »N0 DATA SINCE 1973 

•NO DATA SINCE 1973 




•ESI. 1951-73IC0MB W/6S0 197* 
•i960, |961 ESTIMATED 

•NO DATA FROM 1961 THRU 1964 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL WITH 681 

•INCL 660 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 



103 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

• GENERAL INFORMATION • PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTIC! (N Mil) • 

• FIELD, COUNTY • • • • HATE*) t OIL • MATER • 

• ............. • PROJECT • PAT NAME a LOCATION • INJECTION • PRODUCTION • PRODUCTION * 

» PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR » U • UNIT • * I - T . • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••■•••••••••••••••• 

• • • ADO • • ■ * TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL t CUM. • TOTAL • CUN, • 

• ♦ P P.M. » • • • 19T4 • ll/M • 147* • l»/T* • 1»7« . t!/T« • 

MAIN C, CRAWFORO, LAWRENCE. JASPER 
CONTINUED 

• 661 MILES OIL CORP, C0RRELI-8URLEY COOP ROBINSON 10-7*. liw KM SO 217 

• IM MILES OIL CORP, WALTER COMm COUP ROSINSON 1-6N.J3H, 36.7N.IJW 16 19 

• 643 SKILES OIL CORP, WEGER COUP ROBINSON 18.l9.SN.llw 7TU S 109 

ll,|4>«N>tlM 

• 9*9 JAMES M, STONE MC CANE RUBINSON lt.7N.12w 99 1 13 

• Si* JAMES M, STONE CLARK. HUL8E ROBINSON IS.7N-1JW 9714 10) 391l 
6)4 JAMES M, STONE lEFEVER.MUSGRAVE 478 1J.7N.14W * 3734* • 4(7 • 117*. 

• »]8 TIDEWATER OIL CO mEnRy.Ik£HIRi ROBINSON 10, 19.7n.13* 4|87 470 140) 

• 440 TIDENATER OIL CO mOnTSOmEMY.SEITIINsER ROBINSON IS, 14-9N.1 IN 1J44 ST SIT 

• 6«? TIDEWATER OIL CO WAITER-ITAHL COOP ROBINSON 13,l4.TN.|3w Ml 111 711 

• 474 *»US»U PET, CORP Hl(.H|MITH COOP ROBINSON 31-6N.11N 1SS* JT* 
4S4 E, L, WHITMER SANDERS ROBINSON 14,34, S5, 36.6N.I3W, 200* 7064* 10.4 144 200* 1339' 

1.1,3>SN.13N 

69« WICHITA INDUSTRIES FLYNN ROBINSON 24 , J3-8N.1 Jw 290* 40(1* 12.1 97S 290* 43841 

• 491 CE0R6E WICKHAN PRICE, KEITH, BARLOW ROBINSON 8.17-7N.12W 1971 99 91| 

MAPLE SROVE C, EOWAROS, WAVNE 

•1008 ASHLAND AND N BENNINSTON COOP MCCLOSKY T.in.IOE 972 144* 

40TB H ANO M OIL CO mT ERIE E »u« VASES 22.23.1N.9E It U9* 4.1 14* 7 IS* 

4043 TRIPLE 8 OIL CO HUBBLE AUX VASES 1J-1N.4E 90* T1S* 1.7 SB SO* 439* 

•1029 L, UNBANSKI MAPLE MOVE MCCLOMY 9,10-lN.lOE 1238* 188* 1238* 

•4127 WINMAR OIL CO, » BENNINGTON AUK VASES 1J.1N.9E jTj. 32** 113 

MARINE, MAOISON 

1904 KARCHMER PIPf MARINE PILOT U SILURIAN 8,9,17.4N.4W 300* 1794* 9,1 41 300* 1484* 

markka- CITY, JEFFERSON 

•2003 TIDEWATER OIL CO NEwTON STF OEN 1>3S«4E • 1 7 

MARKHAM CITY l> , JEFFERSON 

•200« GULF OIL CU W MAKKHAM CITY U AUX VASE8 3, 4,9, I0.JS.4E 4404 419 44T7 

MCCLOSKY 

•2020 H DOUBLE L MARKHAM CITY NEST U MCCLOSKY 34,39*2S.4E, 2«JS.*£ 300 1 300 

MARTINSVILLE, CLARK 

• 21« AMERICAN PUMP FROOERMAN AND CONNELY PENNBYLVNIN 1J.9N.14W 3778* 111* 

• 118 J, B, BUCHHAN N MORGAN CARPER 3i.iOn.i3w 183 S 

• 114 MOBIL OIL CORP, CARPER CARPER 30.10N.13N till 10* 10 

• 220 MOBIL OIL CORP, CASEY CA8EY 19«|0N«ISW 872 2 94 

MASON N, EFFINGHAM 

1104 TRI STAR PROO CO MASON N U BENQI8T 9,10.6N«9E 44 1333 2.0 1T9 9. 2989 

AU» VASES 



MATTOON, COLES 

• 319 ASHLAND AND R 



307 
S20 
304 
904 
914 
323 



314 
321 
929 
324 

301 
304 
900 



N, A, BALDRIOGE 
N, A, BALDRIOGE 
DELL CARROLL 
DELL CARROLL 
DELL CARROLL 
COLLINS BROS, 



303 wALTtR Duncan 
311 WALTER OuNCAN 



walter ouncan 
halter ouncan 
walter Duncan 
gordon oil co, 

PHILLIPS PET, CO 
SAFARI OIL CO 
SCHAEPER OIL CO, 



311 SCHAEFER OIL CO, 



• 319 SCHAEFER OIL CU, 
3)7 CARL WHITE 



MATTOON N, COLES 
318 ELMER M NOVAK 



UEGLER BROS COOP 

UOELL 

MATTOON COOP 
MATTOON 
MATTOON 
CARLYLE 4-A 
LANOSHAWaHILl 

REDMAN. MACKE 



aRTHuP*OCIVEH 

COLEMAN UNIT 

PAmNEE ROYALTY 

TtVNEN 

TINSLEY 

NORTH MATTUON UNIT 

MATTOON 

SOUTH MATTOON UNIT 



HERKIHER 
6. BRINING 



N.W. MATTOON WF 



CYPRESS 
SPAR HTN 
SPAR MTN 
SPAR HTN 
CYPRESS 
SPAR HTN 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
AUXR ASES 
SPAN MT 
SPAR HTN 
SPAR HTN 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
SPAR HTN 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
SPAN MTN 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 
SPAR HTN 
SPAR MTN 
AUX VASES 
SPAM MTN 



SPAR MTN 



3.12N.7E 

10-11N.7E 
10, 11. UN. 7£ 
2J.12N.7E 
13«ltN.7E 

ll.11N.7F 
17.11N-7E 

13.llN.7E 

2,3.11N.7E 



1-12N.TE 

10.11N.7E 

1J.12N.7F 

J5.1JN-7E 

22-11N.7E 

I0,11«11N.7E 

13,24,19,24,27,34,33, 

36.jlN.7Eil, U-UN.7E 

34.ltN.7E, J.J1N.7E 

1J.J1N-7E 
3.11N.7E 



499 



22 



IT4 



10* 


644* 


U.7 


19 


10* 


441* 


10* 


711* 


0.2 


T5 


10* 


Ml* 




189 




10 




88 




348 




84 




IT3 




47 




29 




18 


19* 


879* 


1.1 


91 


19* 


873* 


90* 


738* 


1.1 


80 


90* 


804* 


00* 


344S* 


«.7 


431 


100* 


17S0* 


90* 


33*5* 


1.9 


294 


90* 


1440* 


30* 


974* 


i.I 


182 


30* 


997* 




700* 




130** 




400* 




1000* 




180* 




1900* 




249 




19 




144 




1977 




137. 




497 


* 


34S74* 


13.4 


2128 


• 


19247* 



• 11149* 



7.7 



K4| 



6«37. 



1I.13N.7E 



100* 
39* 


1114* 
441* 


3.3* 

1.9 


9S* 

77 


100* 
IS* 


334* 
933* 


30* 


1470* 


1.4 


144 


30* 


1530* 



MAUNIE N Ct WHITE 
•44SS COY OIL CO 

•430T DEVON CORP. 
4318 DEVON CORP. 

•4448 DEVON CORP, 



•4431 NAPCO 

•4181 LOUIS PESSINA 

43S4 REBSTOCK OIL CO. 

•4120 RULEO OIL CORP. 

•4271 6, SCHOONMANER 

4384 TRI STAR PROD CO 



RAHM)NG 

ACKERMAN.BOHlEBER'JSN 
ACKERMAN 

ACKERMAN 

ACKERMAN E 

RIBEYRE ISLAND UNIT 

H B BOHLEBER 

MAUNIE N U 
MAUNIE W UNIT 
MAuNIE WF U 



TAR SPRINGS 14-3S-10E 
OHARA 



AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 

SPAR HTN 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

NAITERSOURO 19.30.98.14w 

TAR SPRINGS 

AUX VASES 

MC CLOBKY 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 



33.SS.1UE 
t),14.9S.tOE 



19.9t.10E 



19>9S.10E 



26.9S.10E 



1S.14.99.14N 
SS'SS.IOE. 1.4S.10E 

PENNBYLVNIN 14,19, 34.98'IOE 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 



9* 



97 



210* 

492* 

1343 

mo* 



4*** 



43* 
4S 



141 



110* 

ns< 

438 

1 110* 



• 




144 




4S0 


817 




ISO 




373 


1088* 

its 

1440* 
1710* 
4394* 


0.3 
14.1 


144* 

338* 
1S4< 

1444* 


3* 

37 


1134* 

17S7« 
3843* 



104 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 

a HtltNvulM STATISTICS (av. VALUE) 



DEVELOPMENT AS OF 11-31-79 



INJECTION WATER 



• FIELD, COUNTY • • * • a NO, OF a A SOURCE TyPf a 

a ............. a P|RMa OIL A OATI A DATl a MILLS a ACAES A »U.S»nO (F)aFrEsh a 

a PROJ. a OIFTH A NET a FOR a (HO)«S»AV a FIRST A ABD, a a UNDEA a SRa.RAVIL (BIaBSInF • 

A NO, A (FT) A A»y a (I) A a(API)a INj. a .InJ.aPRUD.a INJ. a PROO»PRODUCE (Ml.HJKtD A 

AAA (FT)A AAA A AAA A SHlSHALLON A 



MAIN C, CRAWFORD, LAWRENCE, JASPER 

CONTINUED 

a SSI 1035 20,0 22.2 100 35.0 
a 66« 989 IF. 3 20,1 »1 3S.0 
a 669 400 20,0 1T.0 37 



a 999 HIS 30,0 |«,0 200 



6J9 
S3* 

638 
»*0 
SSI 
674 
699 

»»« 
692 



viu 
410 
939 

979 
9ST 

600 

ssu 

96U 
109U 



as.* 

2«.« 

14.6 

21.0 

is. 9 

20,0 
20,0 

12.0 
|0,0 



20.0 
21.0 
I'.O 
20,0 
21.5 
21.0 



2TS 
250 

lT| 

144 

100 

90 

209 



IS. 6 200 



HAFLE SKOyE C, EDrtARDI, WAYNE 



aiOOS 
SOTS 
SOS! 

•1023 
A412T 



3100 
3170 
3130 
32T0 
S15U 



MARINE, HADI8UN 
2904 1729 



5.0 
15.0 
12.0 

S.O 
13.0 



94,0 



2S.0 



90 



MaRKHaM CITY, JEFFERSON 
•2003 3US0 6,0 

MARKHAM CITY W, JEFFERSON 
A200S 2900 11,8 22,1 
3000 T,o 13. a 
•2020 3090 10,0 



HARTINSVlLLE, Cl»HK 
a 21S 930 29,0 
a 218 1386 40,0 
a 2l9 1334 27,0 
A 220 4S4 29,0 

MASON N, EFFINGHAM 
1104 2280 11.0 
2344 (7,0 



24,0 
l»,0 



16.0 



269 
230 



43 

11 



24 



MATTOON, 


COLES 






a 919 


1722 


10,0 






1920 


10. 




907 


1980 


19,0 




920 


I960 


10,0 


12.0 


a 904 


1770 


9,0 




A 90S 


1970 


10.0 




A 316 


1979 


12.0 




923 


1769 


4,0 






2000 


6.0 




903 


177U 


10. 






19TU 


9.0 




911 


160U 


20,0 






1920 


12.0 






1970 


12.0 




914 


1930 


8,0 




321 


1920 


n.o 




a 929 


1920 


12.0 




a 914 


1B3U 


13.0 




a 901 


1930 


10. 


13,0 


a 909 


1800 


10.0 


18,0 


900 


1790 


13.0 


16,0 




199U 


12,0 




»l« 


180U 


14.6 


20,0 




1910 


10,0 






1960 


M. o 


12.8 


• 3J9 


1920 


8.0 




SIT 


1920 


10. 






1970 


13.0 




MATTOON 


n, COLES 






518 


1900 


6.0 


14. T 


MAUNIE N 


C, WHITE 




A4493 


2390 


9,0 






3000 


6.0 




A430T 


2999 


|4,0 




4328 


2940 


20,0 






3039 


4.0 




A4SSB 


2830 


11.0 






2990 


lT.0 






3030 


6.0 




• 4432 


2823 


7,0 






2949 


10,0 




A4282 


2309 


6.0 


18.4 




1369 


10,0 




439S 


2940 


13.0 






3090 


8,0 




A4220 


2900 


11.0 




44272 


2930 


is.o 


IS.S 


4384 


1350 


10.0 






2800 


13.0 






2990 


13.0 





990 
40 
84 

54 

97 



34,0 
34,0 
35.0 
32,0 
35,0 
32,0 
32,0 

37,4 

30,0 



38,0 



36,0 

37,0 



34,0 



36,0 

36,0 



32,0 

30,0 



38,0 

36,4 

35,0 



37,0 
36.0 



37.0 
39,0 



36,0 

JT.O 



167 36,4 



07-51 
U-31 
11-32 

03-63 

01-52 
02-54 
07-46 
09-94 

U-34 
09-91 

08-32 

11-63 
03-62 



09-92 

11-66 

09-71 
07-61 
01-9T 



12-70 

06-99 

04-94 
09-44 



01-96 
10-92 
01-91 

08-50 



10-96 
08-69 



04-66 
04-66 
04-99 
04-94 
09-64 
04-61 

06-99 

06-62 
09-68 
06-62 
02-63 
04-66 
12-56 
6-9« 
11-90 
02-61 
09-92 



34,0 03-62 



03-69 
11-64 



03-64 



09-35 
01-93 
07-96 

U6-66 
01-70 

12-63 
12-69 

07-69 
04-59 



09-66 



Ul-74 
12-61 



12-96 

12-63 

05-67 



03-79 
12-53 
02-95 

12-34 



12-63 02-67 



12-66 
12-66 

01-72 



12-66 
12-6U 
12-34 

01-72 



12-75 



18 
5 

9 

1 
13 

l« 

2« 

6 

7 

13 

65 

l» 
2 



12 

7 
1 



50 
2 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
A 
4 
3 
1 
4 
2 
6 
20 
20 
IS 
6 
IT 
3 
1 
1 



IT 

6 

11 



14 

46 

3 

2 

23 

5T 

16 
3 



11 
1 
6 
9 
9 



42 
6 
1 
3 



3 
5 
2 

6 
7 
7 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
9 
3 
8 
4 
2 
4 
4 
9 
13 
25 
28 
IS 
a 

19 
11 

3 
1 



ISO 

40 
90 

5 
SO 

n« 

104 
64 
56 

ISO 
277 

110 
30 



300 

30 

110 

260 



»40 



230 

150 
270 



240 
40 
10 
23 



1U0 
30 



60 

80 

50 

80 

100 

1U0 

35 

30 

30 

20 

40 

160 

40 

160 

180 

50 

50 

80 

70 

360 

630 

400 

300 

100 

400 

150 

40 

40 



160 



FENN 80, RHOO (8} 
RENN SO, RROO (8) 
CREEK, RROO (M) 

FENN SO (8) 

SM 80, RROU (M) 

AESTfOATAON/AMSlNCE 1 

PENN SO, RROO (8) 

SH SO, RROO (M) 

FENN SO, 'ROD (8) 

PENN 80 (8) 

PENN SO, RROU (B) 

LAKE, RROO (Ml 
PENN SO, RROO (8) 



PRODUCED (tt) 
PENN 8u IB) 
PENN SANO, 
CYPRESS, PHOD (B) 
CYPRESS SO (8) 



PROD S SUPPLY (M) 

CYPRESS (B) 

CYPRESS, PXOU (B) 
CVRRESS (B) 



LAKE (F) 

SH SO (F) 
SH GRAy (FJ 
SH QHAV, (M 



TAR SPR, PROD IB) 



PURCHASED (B) 

PRODUCED (8) 
SH SO (F) 
PURCH, PROU (B) 
PURCH, PROU (B) 
PURCHASED (B) 
PRODUCED fB) 

PROOUCEO (B) 

GRAVEL BEO (F) 



SH So, PROD (M) 

SRAV, PRUD (M) 

PURCHASEDrF) 

8ERAI.E EFFLUENT 

PRODUCED (0) 

PENN SO (B) 

PROD, SEwAbC EFF(M) 

GRAVEL BED (F) 



PENN SO (R) 
PURCHASED (F) 



SH 80, PROU (M) 







6-52 


12-6U 1 
1 


4 
3 


90 
40 


PRODUCEO(B) 




35.8 


04-6T 


1-77 2 


2 


40 


RIVER 6R (F) 




36,0 


06-67 
08-61 


i 
l 


3 
2 


50 
40 


SRAV, PRUD CM) 






6-61 


07-76 


A 2 
A 2 
A 2 


20 
20 
20 


PROOUCED(B) 






6-64 


07-76 


A 2 
A 2 


20 
20 


PROD, 6 PuR. 


204 


36.0 


05-59 


06-68 • 


6 
2 


120 
30 


SRAV, PROD (M) 


SO 


3T.0 
ST.O 


04-6T 




4 
3 


80 
80 


PRODUCED (8) 






10-JT 


05-69 4 


8 


1T0 


RIVER 0RAV6L (F) 


ST 


36,0 


10-98 


10-66 12 


12 


310 


GRAVEL BED (F) 




34,0 


06-66 




14 


40 
320 
140 


RIVER GRAVEL (F) 



aESTI »147B OATA NOT AVAILABLE 



alAST OaTa AS OF 12-31-S2 

AESTIMATEU) no UATA 193S-19T4 

AtSTIMAlEU SINCE 1973 



•INCLUDES PHIMANY PROO 
•NO DATA AVATtABLt 73-74 
•ESTIMATED 

•tSTIMATEU SINCt 1467 
aaCREAGE INCL.MITH 4063 



•E8TIMATFU SINCE 1474 
AUUMP FuOUO 



AND DATA 1954-69 

AlNLL PRIM PROD 1-51 10 2-55 



AfcSTIMATFU 
AtSTlMATEU SINCE |973 



AESTIMATEU 
AESTIMATEU 
AESTIMATEU SINCE 1973 



AESTIMATEU SINCE 1973 
AtSTlMATEU SINCE 1973 
AbST.,NQ UATA*INCL,PRi H 56-66 

aest,,no uata rtceiveo 
aincl prim prod since 2-si 

•1NJ.UISC 1979 
AlNj.uIsC 1979 



AESTIMATEU 

AESTIMATEU SINCE 1970 

AtSl.ND DATA RECEIVEDAlNCL PRI" 

AtSTlMATEU SINCE 1973 
•NO DATA AVAILABLE 79 

AAOJ TO 4364 
•AOJ TO PROJ 4364 

AlNCL BOTH PAYS *EST 

•ESTIMATED 
aESTIMATEO 1963*66 

•ADJUSTED BT OPERATOR 



105 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

» GENERAL INFORMATION • PRODUCTION »no INJECTION STATISTIC* (H »»U») • 

• FIELD, COUNTY • • * • HATER • OIL • MATER • 

• »•*•***■•>•>•• * PROJECT » RAT NAME • LOCATION » INJECTION • PRODUCTION • RROOUCTtON * 

• RROJECT NO,, ORERATOR • U ■ UNIT • « 8 . T . R ••..••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 

. . • ABD • * • * TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL * CUM, • TOTAL • CUR, • 

• » ■ P.m. * . * • 1 070 t H/71 • 19T9 • li/T« « 1474 • 12/T9 • 

HAUNIE N C. WHITE 
CONTINUED 
43B4 TRI ITAR RRQO CO MCCL08KY 

• 4409 WALKER 0RLG CO, CRAY BETHEL 2J.58-10F 69 1 T 

AUX VASE* 



NAUNIE » C, WHITE 
4*13 ABIHER OIL CO 



•4(30 MOBIL OIL CORP, 



• 4214 

• 4141 
4173 

• 4263 



MOBIL OIL CORR, 
MOBIL OIL CORR, 
BERNARO POQOLSKY 
RESSTOCK OIL CO, 



PALESTINE UNIT 



TAR IRRINGI U 

NAUNIE COOP 
TAR SPRINGS U 2 
ARNOLD UNIT 
SOUTH CLEAR POND 



BRI06ER0RT 13, 2«-<>S.lOE 

PALESTINE 

TAR SPRINGS 

AUK VASES 

TAR SPRINGS 14.68-UE 

2«,g*..fcS.lOE 
TAR SPRINGS 24-bS.loe 
TAR SPRINGS S4-49-10E, 19-48. 1U 
CYPRESS 7,18.48-UE 
PALESTINE U-bS-lOJ 
TAR SPRINGS 



3*0«* 3740** 24. 3* 
13333 



4748 



ISO 
434 
848* 

20*7 



l.» 



2*7* 

nil 



114 
40 
244 

141 



)I0«* *t»3** 

11130 



1044 



102 
209 
134 
428 



MELROSE, CLARK 

• 127 SHAKtSPEARE OIL HElROBE U 

miletus, marion 
2431 pear anO Duncan jones »i 



ISABEL l),24.9N.|3w 

RENOIST ifc.4N.4E 



1*2 
25" 319* 1.4 



23* Mo 



MILL SHOALS, HAMILTON, MA 

44|0 COt UlL CO 

4034 CULLUM OIL CO. 

•1371 PAUL GRAEHLING 

• 1303 BARRON MOO 
4332 POOL OIL CO. 
43S4 POOL OIL CO. 
4133 SHULMAN BROTHERS 
1344 TAMARACK PET, 
4279 TAnARACK PET, 

•4411 TAMARACK PET, 

4183 'EXACO, INC, 

43)7 TEXACO, INC, 

• ISO*. SAM TIPPS 
•4442 SAM TIPPS 
•4343 H, UEINERT EST, 
•4397 H, WEINERT EST, 



YNg, WHITE 

BROWN ET AL AUX VASES 29, 

FELU AUX VASES !«-• 

PYIE AUX VASES 25. 

GARDNER AUX VASES 24. 

MCINTOSH U AUX VASES 31- 

HILL SHOALS U AUX VASEB 19, 

POQRMAN.FOX AUX VASES 13« 

OAUBY'NEwBY Sw AUX VASES Jfc. 

OAuBy.nEwBY NE U AUX VASES 30, 

E. MILL SHOALS AUX VASES 20, 

A.J.POORHAN •»» NCT-2 AUX VASES 19a 

A.J.POORMAN "»"NCT t AUX VASES 31, 

B.R. GRAY, TRUSTEE AUX VASES 1-4 

MCINTOSH AUX VASES 30> 

HlLLSHOALS UNIT AUX VaSES SO- 

WEST HILL 8HUALS UNIT AUX VASES 20, 



31.32.33.8E 

3S-TE j 7-3S-8E 

3S.TE 

)8.7E 

JS-SE,fc-4S-8E 

20.38.se 

3S.TE»1S,19.3S«*E 

38-7E 

31-3S.SE 

24.3S.SE 

3S.8E 

32«3S.8E 

8-7E 

3S.8E 

3S-8E 

24, 30.38. 8E 



43* 

40* 



S3* 

107 
124 

25 

fcS 



1142* 
420* 



3985* 

3SU* 
1482. 
2U2fc 
3943 
1319 
3214 
2848 
3211* 
♦ 
4705 
3230 



1.3 

4.8* 



2.0 

I 

i.l 
4.0 
2.2 

4.9 
l.S 



132 

31* 

37* 

28 
445 
237* 
123 
148 
204 

T4 
17U 
210 
349 

TUt 

324 

189 



45* 

40* 



43* 

* 
35* 
42 
132 

29 
48 



10S4> 
420* 



3934* 

3014* 

706. 

1404 

2134 

313 

944 

1402 

1444* 

ISO* 

3084 



MODE, SHELBY 
3802 CRUSSROAOS OIL 



HOOE FIELD 



BENUIST 



15,l»,2l,22-10N.4E 



40* 



541* 



3.) 



339« 



40* 571* 



MONTROSE N, CUMBERLAWO 
70S EGO UlL CO 



MONTROSE WF 



MCCL08KY 



34.9N.7E 



103* 



11* 



MT CARHEL, WABASH 
3853 T, M, SANE ESTATE 



3844 

• 341S 

• 3441 

• 3944 

• 3919 

• 3938 

• 3884 
3834 
3872 
3483 



3977 
3923 
3882 

• 3921 

• 3842 
3922 

• 3924 
3843 



3473 

3897 



• 3917 

• 3873 

• 3873 
3874 



• 3879 

• 3880 

• 392S 



PRHER8 

RRMEnS 

FIRST 

FIRST 

T. W, 

T. W, 

H ANO 

HAYES. 

GILBER 

GILBER 



PETR COOP 
P£TR COOP 
NATL PET 
NATL PET 
GEORGE EST, 
GEORGE EST. 
H OIL CO 
WOLFE BROS 
T A, HIOGINS 
T A. HJ0S1NJ 



HARRIS 

SHAW 

WAHA8M UNIT 
SHAN>COURTER 
SHAW.COURTER 
NORTH HT CARMEL 

OUNKIL. JOHNSON 

C F CMAPMAN 
COTNER 
CROW.HILLER 
MT CARMEL N U 



3849 ILL. MIO.CONT, ZIMMERMAN UNIT 
•3887 JUNIPER PETROLEUM C CLAY MQELLER 
3890 JUNIPEH PETROLEUM C PALYMRA u 



JUNIPER PETROLEUM C W, «T CARMEL 



LOEB 8 MITCHELL 
H AND M OIL CO, 
ELMER H NOVAK 
WILLIAM PFEPFER 
SHELL OIL CO, 

SKILES OR CORP. 
WAYNE SMITH, OP, 



3884 SO, TRIANGLE CO, 



SO, TRIANGLE CO. 
SUPERIOR OIL CO, 



TAMARACK RET, 
TEXACO, INC, 

TEXACO, INC. 

TEXACO, INC, 



TEXACO, INC, 
TEXACO, INC, 
TEXACO, INC. 



CHAPMAN. COURTEH U 
CAMPBELL HEIRS 
MT CARHEL u 
BAIRO'SCHULER 
MT CARHEL U 

W HT CARHEL 
HT CARHEL UNIT 

NORTHEAST HT CARHEL U 

BAUMGART.HARE 
R.V.Z, UNIT 



G DUNKEL 
KUHN UNIT 



STEIN UNIT 
GEI8ER»STECKLER U 



COUCH. NOLLt» 
COUCH. N0LL4» 
STEIN LEASE 



BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINfiS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

8IEHL 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

BIEHL INGS 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

BRIDGEPORT 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 

SIEHL 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRES! 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 



17.1S.12W 

7.18-12W 

S-1S-12W 
7.1S-I2W 
7.18-12W 
4,S.1S-I2w 

32-1N.12W 
7, 18-1S-12W 
21-1S.12W 
8-1S-12W 
4,9.1S«I2H 

10>1S«12W 

3.18-12W 

S.1S-12W 



18.lO-lJ.12w 

7.18-18.12W 

7. IS- 12" 

17>1S»12W 

F0.lS.12w 

17,i8.1S-l2w 

14.14.18.l2w 
21-1S-12W 

14.21.1S.I2W 

1.l8«lSwifc.|8.l2w 
8.4-18-1PW 



S-1S-12W 
14.lS.12W 

S-lfc-l2w 

».9, lfc.lS.12H 



I4-18-12W 
14.1S.12W 

s.iS'isw 



• 


• 


12.) 


131 






44 


741 


O.S 


110 


6* 


237* 




425 




89 




163 




2S9 




28 




9 




344 




49 




148 




sso 




19 








400* 




22 








149 




10 




S3 


• 


• 


0.4 


42 






• 


« 


u.) 


99 


5* 


140* 


10* 


4270* 


0.7 


)70 


10* 


1431* 


100* 


740« 


9.7 


39 


100* 


740* 




234* 




16 




1*1 


141 


3340 


4.0 


219 


si 


1543 


40 


2249 


5.0 


171 


34 


939 


100* 


2209* 


6.0 


339 


too* 


1408* 


34* 


893* 

1 76] 


1.0* 


44* 

1*4 


944 


331* 




|40* 




12* 




l«2* 


144 


14)47 


IJ.6 


1630 


141 


11488 




845 




136 




313 


277 


4419 


7.4 


312 


Id 


2742 


330* 


4993* 


14.2 


386 


330* 


3123* 


T5* 


777« 


4.2 


104 


73* 


497* 


• 


43« 


0.2* 


370* 


4* 


431* 


• 


42l« 










4 


1934 












232* 




I* 




42* 




301 




90* 




242* 




4S0 












411 




44* 




ITS* 




449 










242 


4041 


U.O 


4T3 


242 


*337 




274 




• 




• 




1*7 




14* 




74« 




)*7 




100 




138 




24) 











106 



id Illinois, 1 1 )79 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTIC! (AV, VALUE) 



development as op ii-ii-7t 



INJECTION WATER 



• FliLOi COUNTY • t * . 

» ............. • PERM. OIL • OaT£ • D»Tl 

• PMOJ. • dtPTM • NET • FOR • (MD)*SRAV . FIRST • ABO, 



NO, 



(P"TJ 



PAY • (») 
tPT)» 



•(API)* INJ, . 



• NQ, Of . • SOURCE TYft . 

• HELL" • ACRES ■ SOR8AND (MrFRESH . 

• • UNPER • CK«WRAV£L (B)aBRINE • 
•INJ..PRUO.. JNJ, • RRnO.PROOUCtn (MlpMjKfcO * 

• • • • BMrSHALLOi, • 



HAUNIE N C, NHITE 

CONTINUIO 



(3M 


30(0 


4,0 














30 




■••01 


(83U 

(940 


10,0 
10,0 








06-63 


01-67 


2 
2 


30 

30 


PENN 80 (RJ 


NAUNIE ( 


Ci hmite 


















•1.1 


1390 


7.0 








12-70 




1 


20 


PROOUCED(R) 




toio 


13.3 








02.93 


12-70 3' 


> 23 


630 






(240 


«.o 








04-71 




1 


20 






(890 


9.0 








09-71 




1 


20 




• 41)0 


(270 


14,0 


l«.0 


612 


37,3 


06*47 


12-57 li 


13 


(30 


6RAV, PROO Cm) 


• 4(39 


(279 


14,0 






38,0 


11-99 


01-36 i 


! 9 


70 


SRAV, PROO (m) 


• 4(68 


(279 


14,0 


it.o 


530 


37.0 


11-49 


12-34 : 


1 2 


30 


SH SRAvEL (P) 


•IT] 


(990 


*.y 


15.5 


44 


36,2 


02-64 




! 6 


194 


PENN 80. PROO (B) 


••■•9 


(OOU 
(20U 


8.0 
10,0 






33.0 


06-97 


12-67 


> 4 
I 8 


60 
130 


PENN Bo, PHOO (•) 


HSLROIf , 


CLARK 




















• if 


843 


4,0 


17,0 


20 


34,6 


12-60 


08.62 • 


I 6 


103 


»H SANO (PJ 


MUlTgi, 


MARION 




















263( 


(190 


8,0 








10-66 




I 


20 


PRODUCED CB) 


"ILL SHOALS, HAMILTON, 


MAYNE 


, HHIT8 












••|B 


3229 


12.0 


|8,0 


123 


37,0 


11-69 






70 


(RAVEL CM 


• 059 


3230 


16,0 








6-70 






40 


PRODUCEO(B) 


• 1371 


32(0 


13,0 








01-71 


04.76 


• 1 


40 




• 1505 


3243 


11.0 








09-96 


11-62 




30 


HARDINSBURO (B) 


•SSI 


32(0 


21.0 


20.0 


143 


39,0 


nk-62 


l< 


! " 


173 


SRAV, PROD Cm) 


•sat 


3220 


18.9 


18.5 


75 


39,0 


06-64 






188 


CRtEH, PROO (M) 


4133 


3239 


29.0 






37,0 


0/-67 






140 


SH SO, PROO (H) 


19*9 


3200 


15,0 








04-71 






60 


»h CRAvEL (P) 


4274 


3200 


19.0 






38.0 


10-64 






130 


Shallow SO CF) 


• 4411 


3290 


12. » 


l».» 


123 


36,3 


03-69 


07-69 ■ 




223 


CREEK, PROO (HJ 


41 S3 


3212 


16,0 


22.0 


130 


37.0 


06-64 






60 


SRAV, PROD (M) 


4337 


3200 


19.0 


19.8 


56 


36,0 


09-61 






200 


SRAV, PROD Cm) 


•not 


3245 


U. 


11.0 




37,0 


05-92 


K-65 1C 




170 


SRAVEL BED CF) 


• 4441 


3210 


18,0 








6-58 


K-T7 


♦ 9 


60 


♦ 


• 43*3 


3200 


22.0 


21.0 




33,8 


06-62 


09-69 I! 




220 


(.RAVEL BED (F) 


• 4397 


3240 


19,0 








09-69 


1-77 1 




376 


8H SO (P) 


MODE. SHEllr 




















saoa 


1770 


10,0 


15.0 




34.0 


12-61 




1 3 


3S0 


PBOOUCEO (B) 


MONTROSE 


N, CUHBENLAWO 


















rue 


2488 


10. 






36,0 


02-71 




1 


40 


Cvp SAND CO) 


MT CARHtL, NADAgM 


















sass 


1480 
1980 


9.0 
6,0 








07-70 




• ( 

• 1 


30 
30 


• 


3864 


(070 


T.O 








05-67 




3 


80 


PENN SO (BJ 


•s«.a 


(307 


8.0 








10-57 


12-74 . 


1 6 


73 


PRODUCE" CB) 


• 3941 


(030 


12.0 








04-53 


12-97 


4 


50 


SH SO (F) 


• 3946 


1373 


16,0 






40,2 


02-30 


K-59 


2 


30 


PROO, FRESH (H) 


•3919 


2000 


14.0 






33,« 


06-33 


K-61 ! 


1 4 


70 


PENN SO LB J 


• 39J( 


(000 


12.0 








10-57 


02-62 > 


1 9 


100 


•M SO (P) 


• 3(04 


1786 


10,0 






33.0 


03-64 


04-67 


1 


to 


PRODUCED CB) 


3894 


1980 


T.O 








07-70 




• 2 


30 




sari 


2010 


11.0 








01-64 




• 2 


20 




39*3 


1490 


U.o 


18.0 


200 


35.7 


09-61 




1 7 


120 


NIVER. PHOO (H) 




1990 


T.2 


16,0 


34 


JT.4 






' 7 


(43 




3649 


1B90 


12.0 








09-73 




9 


70 


PRODUCEO(B) 


• 3S6T 


1993 


13,0 






35.0 


11-63 


01-74 


1 


20 


SH So, PROO (M) 


3(90 


1910 
1670 
20(0 


8.0 
10. 
24,0 






36,0 
IT, 4 
37.4 


11-63 




1 4 


40 

50 

133 


SH SO, PROU (H) 


3977 


(046 


10,0 


IT.O 


83 


35.0 


09-61 




1 3 


• 


SH So (F) 


39j3 


(U90 


19.0 


1».5 


134 


37,0 


01-55 




1 3 


73 


PRODUCED CB) 


3882 


(030 


11.5 


IT. 2 


S| 


36,0 


07-64 




> 4 


60 


SH SO, PROD (H) 


• 3921 


(140 


13,0 








07-54 


11-61 < 


> 13 


(34 


SH SO, SRAV (P) 


•lata 


1475 


10,0 








07-67 


01-74 i 


t 3 


60 


PRODUCED CB) 


392{ 


1900 
2073 


16,0 
12,5 


19,0 


182 


14.1 


07-54 




1 8 


140 

370 


HABASH RIVER CF) 


• 3924 


1730 


6,0 








10-55 


07-63 ! 


1 3 


70 


PRODUCED CB) 


sats 


1430 


16,0 


J7.0 


100 


34,0 


12-67 


l< 


) 10 


200 


BRAVEL BED CF) 




(000 


10,0 


18.0 


130 






1 


1 11 


(10 




38(9 


1479 


7,0 


18.0 


163 


32. « 


07-70 




1 12 


220 


RIVER G*AVEL CM 




1980 


t.o 


U.O 


230 


36,3 






1 3 


230 




1979 


1660 


14.0 








11-69 




4 


30 


PRODUCED (a) 


3897 


194* 


8.0 


18.8 


336 


36.0 


07-77 




1 


20 


RIVEN S»av (F) 




1704 


U.8 


18.4 


221 


34,8 


06-71 




1 


20 






(010 


11.0 






37,0 


06-63 




1 


•0 




•39J7 


1900 


6,7 


15.3 


310 


36,6 


06-52 


01-98 i 


! 3 


70 


BH SO, SRAV (P) 


• 3873 


1330 
1900 


10. 
12.0 






33.0 


07-64 


10-66 i 


t 1 
1 3 


30 
1U 


SRAV, PROD (H) 


• 3879 


1710 


12.0 






32. 4 


04-64 


09-69 


2 


40 


• H SO, PROO (H) 




(010 


U.O 


IT.O 


(9 




04-64 




! 1 


73 




sart 


1440 
1690 
(000 


14,0 
8,5 

T.8 


18.4 
IT.O 


79 
82 


33.0 


03-64 




I 6 


no 

30 
180 


SH SO, PROO (H) 


• 3879 


1490 


14,0 






33.0 


03-64 


04-66 1 


1 


50 


SH SO, PROO (H) 


• 38(0 


1990 


12.0 






35,0 


03-64 


04-68 1 


t 


50 


SH SO, PROD (H) 


• 3929 


1710 


12.0 


• ••• 


III 


32,« 


03-66 


08-67 3 


1 1 


116 


SH SO, PNOO (H) 




(01U 


u.o 


J7.0 


19 


32.4 






1 1 


73 





•ESTTmatEu 

•INC B'PONT.TAR SPR.AUX VAStS 



•1NCL PRIM PROO, 6-47 TO 12-57 

•1NCL PRIn PRUO 

• INJECTION CIIHTAILEU 1973 



•tSTlHAlEo 



•ESTIMATEO SINCE 1973 
•ESI, ♦INCL.PRIM, SINCE 70 
• ADJACENT Tu AC1IVE ».f .EST 
•OUHP PlOuD 
•ESTIMATEO SINCE 1976 
•ESTIMAIEU SINCE 1976 *TfHP DISC 
•ESTIMATEO SlNCt 1473 



•bSTlMATEO 1961-65 
•ESTlMATEuJ *ADJ, TO ACTIVE HP 



•INCL PRIM PROD .EST 

•INJ, SuSPENDEO 1-75 

•ADJACENT TO ACTIVE HF 
•tSllHATEo 1979 

•ESTIHATEU 

•AOJ TO ALTIVE if 
•ADJ. TO ACTIVE HP .EST 
•ESTIHATEU 

•ESTIMATEO 

•INJ SHUT OUUN 7-71 



•ESTIMATEO 
•ESTIMATEO 



•ESTIMATEO 



•tSTlMATEO 

•ESTIMATEO SINCE 19F3 

•TEMP ABO 10-78, *INCL ALL pays 



•OATA FOR 1934 EST 
•INCL BOTH PAYS 



•INCL BOTH PAYS 



•INCL HITM i860 
•INCL 3879 



107 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



• 




GENERAL INFORMATION 


• PRODUCTION AND 


INJECTION STATISTICS (M 


BBL8) • 


* 


FIELD, COUNTY 


• • 




• • mater • 


OIL 


• 


WATER • 


• PRO'*** un ft.»..*ft. 


• PROJECT • 

• U ■ UNIT • 

• • 


PAY NAME 


• LOCATION 1 

• S ■ T • R < 

• 1 


i INJECTION • 


PR00UCT10N * 


PRODUCTION t 


• • 


■ AID 




i TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


CUM. • 


II ♦ 


■ P.M. 


• • 




• • 19T9 • 


12/74 • 


1979 • 


12/79 • 


1479 • 


12/79 • 


NEW HARMONY C, EDWARDS, 


'ABASH, WHITE 


















•IS3 


ABSHER OIL CO 


CALVJN. HON UNIT 


TAR SPRINGS 
CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


*.«|.l 6W 


10« 


431* 


0.6 


441 


10* 


3109* 


4313 


ABSHER OIL CO 


C. HUSHES 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


17.4S.14W 


200* 


7126* 


10,6 


540 


200* 


4964* 


4333 


ABSHER OIL CO 


BRamlETT 


BETHEL 


17.48.14W 


2*0* 


1369* 


12.6* 


136* 


220* 


>«•!•» 


4398 


ABSHER OIL CO 


BRAMLETT 


eVPHESS 

BETHEL 


17.4S.14W 


10* 


2272* 


0.2* 


330 


10* 


1346* 


• 3926 


ASHLANO AN|) R 


N MAUO(WALLACE A.B) 


BETHEL 


S,6,7,8.2S*13W 




715 




165 




196 


• 39JT 


ASHLAND ANO R 


RAVENSTEIN 


BETHEL 


32.1S.I3W 




99 




59 




6 


3857 


JOHN L, AULVIN 


8EILER 


WALTERSBURO 
HARUINSSURG 
BETHEL 


I6i2T.1S.13N 


T0« 


1060* 


3.3 


68 


70* 


1047* 


3888 


N, A, SALORI08E 


8TERL U 


BETHEL 


16.1T.1S.13W 


25* 


666* 


0.7 


46 


25* 


477« 


4293 


BARBER ENS 


FORD •»' 


CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


21-4S.14W 


32 


2392 


7,3 


313 


32 


1922 


3831 


FRANCIS BEARD 


SMJ TM.SLS, SHEARER, HAR 


TAR SPRINGS 


32.33.1N.13W 


400* 


3210* 


2U.4 


394* 


400* 


3210* 


4(74 


FRANCIS BEARD 


J.J. BOND 


CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


S.4S.14W 


75* 


5656* 


3.6 


921 


75* 


2693* 


4318 


BELL BROTHERS 


SKILES 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


16.4S.14W 


66 


2291 


2.6 


278 


19 


991 


3849 


ALENE BLA0E8 


w.RABER 


BETHEL 


1S.2S.13W 


SO* 


16U* 


3.1 


27 


30* 


160* 


4428 


C, E, BREHH 


JOhNSN.STALLINGS>FuRD 


CYPRESS 


5.9S.14N 


70« 


463 


11.0 


132 


70* 


463* 


3987 


N, E, BRUBECK 


EPLER 


CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 

SPAR HTN 


5,6.38. 13W 


13 


331 


6.7 


71 


2 


260 


• 4219 


CALSTAH PET, 


FORD •»• 


BETHEL 


21>4S> 14W 




1113 




104 






3891 


R, 6, CANTRELL 


SCMROOT STATION 8 U 


CYPRESS 


3-2S.13W 


5** 


1085* 


0.4 


T3 


3* 


299* 


• 3960 


DELL CARROLL 


FRIEN0SV1LLE FIELO 


CYPRESS 


11.1S.I3N 




345 




80 




134 


• 3982 


CENTnAl EXPLH CO 


frienosville u 


CYPRESS 


2.U-IS.13W 




2156* 




326* 




76]* 


4303 


CONYERS OIL HELL 


ALLEN GRAY 'H* C 


AUX VASES 


20.48.14W 


30** 


284** 


i.» 


46 






4312 


CONVERS OIL NELl 


FITTON «A» UNIT 


AUX VASES 


29.4S.14W 


100* 


1272* 


9.6 


142 


100* 


720* 


3963 


COY OIL CO 


KERWIN U 


BIEML 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


14,13,22.3S.14W 


90*4 


8148*1 

90 


2.6* 


1309* 


SO* 


2997** 


• 4338 


COY OIL CO 


GRAY 


AUX VASES 


20'4S.14W 




814 




109* 




494* 


• 4339 


COY OIL CO 


6RAY 


BETHEL 


20«4S.I4W 




130 




• 




• 


• 4368 


COY OIL CO 


B, R, GRAV 


CYPRESS 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


17.48. 14W 




1956 




266 




698 


• 4266 


ALVA C. DAVIS 


CALVIN GRIFFITH C 


BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


8.48. 14W 




285 
452 




31 

106 




216 

476 


3949 


J, 0, DEPUTY 


RABER U 


BIEHL 


19.2S.13W) 24.tS.14M 


• 


I30u*» 


O.S 


66 


• 


900** 


• 3994 


B. R, DUNCAN 


DUNKEL 


CYPRESS 


11>1S.13W 




115 




12 




36 


• 4227 


FARRAR OIL CO, 


BOWMAN'S BEND UNIT 


TAR SPRINGS 


16,21.3S.|4N 




10295* 




2478 




669it 


4280 


FEAR AND DUNCAN 


FORO UNIT 


OEGUNIA 
WALTERSBURG 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


7,8.58.14(1 
B.5S.14H 

7.8.5S.14W 
7,8.58' UN 


100* 
15* 


2201* 

451* 
27 

2619 


7.9* 


669* 


115** 


2261.* 


3919 


FISK 6 FISK 


G UPDEURAFF »A« 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
MCCLOSKY 


14.3S.14W 


• 


9730* 


• 


179b* 


• 


15774* 


• 3929 


G R COMPANY 


SHULTZ 


CYPRESS 


7.3S.13N 




269}> 




179** 




1982** 


• 3930 


R COMPANY 


SMULTZ 


CYPRESS 


7-3S.11N 




816* 




* 




* 


3678 


V, R. GALLAGHER 


OUNN 


CYPRESS 


U'3S.|4W 


60* 


233* 


0.2 


36 


60« 


203> 


• 4330 


V, R, GALLAGHER 


GREATHQUSE-WALT. UNIT 


WALTERSBURG 


32.4S.14W 




102 




122* 




40 


4392 


GALLAGHER DRILLING CALVIN NATtRFLUOD C 


AUX VAStS 


22.4S.14W 


20 


827« 


S.3 


196* 


11 


lis* 


• 3907 


T, N, GEORGE EST, 


EAST MAUD 


BETHEL 


32.33.1S.13W 




98 




99* 






• 3947 


T, W, GEORGE EST, 


EAST MAUD 


CYPRESS 


32.33.1S.13W 




31 




59 






3976 


T, w, GEORGE E|T, 


E MAUO 


WALTERSBURB 
BETHEL 


22.27.lS.l3w 


7 


705 
392 


2.1 


187 
16 


7 


20k 
32 


3674 


GETTY OIL CO 


KEENSBURb u 


BIEHL 
CLORE 
CYPRESS 

BETHEL 


16,17, 20.28. 13W 


1136 


2*499 


37.4 


1740 


957 


12190 


4433 


GETTY OIL CO 


E.S.DENNIS'A" 


MCCLOSKY 
ST LOUIS 


33.4S.14W 


287 


2439 


6.0 


67 


131 


611 


4290 


lylc SILLIATT 


M E GLAZE COOP 


TAR SPRINGS 
CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 


8.17.4S.14W 


• 
• 
• 
• 


441* 

366« 

2332« 

1207* 


2.2* 


642* 


40*4 


2636** 


3644 


H AND M OIL CO 


J. R, SCMROOT 


BIEHL 


20.29.2S.I3N 


24 


349* 


8. 4 


41 


7 


332* 


4242 


H AND H OIL CO 


0. R, IVANS 


BIEHL 
CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
AUX VAStS 

MCCLOSKY 


4,S.4S.14W 


55* 


9969« 


3.1 


767 


35* 


596* 


4354 


H AND H UlL CO 


hABASH R1VERBEU U 


BIEHL 
CYPRESS 
AUX VASES 


33'3S.14W 


80*» 


3208** 


4,0* 


229* 


80** 


11***4 


1022 


mummon oil eo. 


BR08TER 


BETHEL 


34.2S.14W 


60* 


1890*4 


2.6 


256* 


40* 


1**0*« 


• 3955 


INC. FARM BUR, 


LANOIS.GOINS 


CYPRESS 


3.86> 13W 




62 




II 




106 


3656 


JIM OIL CO 


ICHAUF 


CYPRESS 


30.2S.13N 


• 


• 


12.6 


126 


60* 


790* 


• 3642 


r, JAMES 


WADOLE 


CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
CYPRESS 


32'lS.lSw 




• 




19** 




* 


3933 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM 


C E MAUO 


32.33.1S.13WI 


146 


7477 


'.8 


606 


66 


3998 








BETHEL 


4,3.2S.t3N 














• 3934 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM 


C W HAUO 


BETHEL 


32.1S.13W(3,7.2S.t3N 




2240* 




497 




39} 


• 3996 


JUNIPER PETROLEUM 


C COWLING. RABfS 


BETHEL 


17.2S.13W 




109 




19 




26 


4416 


K N B OIL PROP, MSMTINOIANA STATE-EVANS 


CYPRESS 


4.4S'14N 




222 


2.8 


69 


9 


434 



108 



in Illinois, 1 9 7 1 > continued 



• RESERVOIR 


6TATJ6UC6 u 


V, VALUE) 


• OEVlLOPNENT 


68 


OF 12*31 


• 79 • 


INJICTIUN WATER 


• 




. 


» FIELO 


, COUNTY 




• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


NO 


. OF • 


• 


source Tr-t 


• 


• 
• 


• ...-* 


• •— — 


• 




• PERM. OIL 


• DATE 


* 0»Tt • 


WILLI 


4CKI8 • 


6l>f6«N0 (M«'Ht»H 


• 




• 


• PROJ. 


• DEPTH 


• NIT 


• FOR 


• (hO).UHAV 


• Fl»6T 


• 460, • 




• 


UNDER • 


SN..*AVfcL (6)*8RIN* 


• 




. 


• NO, 


• cm 


• PAY 


• (») 


• 


•(API) 


* INJ. 


• 


• 


In J, 


.PROD.. 


INJ. • 


»noi)»M(jOuctD (M)iMiacn 


• REMARKS 




• 


• 


• 


• (FT) 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 




• • 


• 


4M.aH»LL0„ 


• 




• 


NEW HARMONY C, 


EDkAROS 


, WABASH, WHITE 






















4263 


2390 
299U 

2800 
290U 


6.0 

6.0 

16.0 








01-99 






l 

3 

3 

6 


2 

5 
3 

6 


30 
100 

60 
120 


.RAVEL BIO fF) 


•tSTlMATEU 






•III 


2980 

270U 
2820 


1*.0 
20,0 
16.0 






37,0 


11*60 






4 
4 

4 


2 
2 

3 


60 
60 
60 


e*Av, PRon (h) 


•ESTIMATED 






till 


28T0 


as.o 






38,3 


11-61 






1 


2 


60 


SH 80, FNOO ("J 


•INCL 43JJ, 4334r -EST 






•]*• 


2992 
2862 


20,0 
20.0 






J7.0 


12-63 






2 
2 


2 
2 


40 
40 


SH SO. FNOO (») 


•ESTIMATED 






• 3926 


2690 


6,9 


16,0 


60 


37.5 


04-56 


11 


■71 


4 


6 


130 


SRAV, PROD (Ml 








• 3**7 


2690 


7,0 


7.0 


16 


36,4 


03-97 


12 


• 66 


1 


2 


20 


SRAV, PRUO fM) 








HIT 


1900 
2100 
240U 


10. 
22.0 

16.0 








06-66 






1 
2 

1 


2 
2 

1 


40 
40 
20 


PRODUCED (8) 


•ESTIMATED 






38*8 


2970 


ta.o 


18.9 


87 


J9,0 


12-69 






3 


7 


too 


MATER WELL (P) 


•ESTIMATED 






•■*! 


2600 
270U 
2689 


9,0 

«.o 

10,0 


11. 
13.0 


30 


36.0 


03-93 
03-93 
03-33 






1 


4 


90 
20 
30 


PRUDUCEO (6) 








lilt 


200U 


20,0 








12-60 






3 


13 


130 


PRODUCED (hi 


•tSTI *1NCL FHlM PROD SINCE 


1960 


4274 


2389 


13.0 


18.2 


46 


36.3 


08-98 






4 


4 


60 


»H SO. FRQU (B) 


•ESTIMATED 








2709 


P.O 


16.0 


20 


16.1 








3 


6 


no 












2820 


13.0 


17.0 


31 


36.2 








6 


6 


110 










4318 


2990 

2700 
2690 


H.O 
12.0 
18.0 


IT. 5 
16,6 
19.0 




36,9 


06-61 






2 

1 

4 


2 
2 

4 


40 
30 
60 


SH SO (F) 








3849 


297U 


10.0 








6-72 






1* 


2 


30 


FROOUCEO(F) 


•ES1IMATED 






4428 


2606 


22.0 






36.0 


03-66 






1 


7 


60 


FROOuCEO WATER fB) 


•ESTIMATED 1979 






3987 


247U 
2639 
2742 
2698 


10.0 

11.0 

9.0 

4,0 








09-70 






1 


3 


40 
40 
90 
40 


SH, SAnO fFl 








• 411* 


2699 


11. 






37.5 


03-53 


06 


• 60 




3 


40 


SRAVEL *E0 fM 








1MI 


2320 


12.0 






36,4 


10-63 








4 


160 


SH SO. FROO (H) 


•tSTlHATEUI *6WU ONLY 






• 3960 


2290 


10.0 






36,0 


02-61 


10 


• 66 






120 


RIVER -RAV, PRUO (Ml 








• 3982 


2300 


13.0 


16.1 


90 


36,6 


02-61 


01 


•72 






170 


SH 3D (F) 


• NO I,.J 12/6T-t>/69l I -* T i NO 


DATA 


4303 


2644 


'.o 








04-60 










30 


6RAVEL 610 (F) 


• 6STIMATED SINCE 1968) »S»0 


ONLY 


4311 


2666 


4,0 


16.2 


23 


36.4 


03-60 










140 


SRAVIL BED (Pi 


•ESTIMATED SINCE 1965 






3*83 


1600 


12,0 


21.0 


200 


33.0 


10-39 










130 


-RAV, PROO (M) 


•ESTIMATEOI *INCL ALL FAYS 








2700 


13.0 


l».2 


60 










12 


12 


310 




•INCL BtTMEL 








2600 


8,0 








10-59 


12 


• 64 
















• 4338 


2630 


20,0 


l».o 


30 




03-60 


12 


• 63 






120 


SH SO. 6RAV (F) 


•INCL 4339 






*4339 


2720 


3.0 


15,0 






03-60 


12 


•63 






90 


SH SO. 8RAV (F) 


•INCL WITm 4336 






*438S 


2979 


10,0 


16.2 


116 


39.0 


01-63 


08*66 






60 


SRAV, PRO (m) 










279U 


«.o 


1«. S 


SO 














60 












2900 


16,0 


16,0 


129 














60 










• 4286 


2680 
2699 


10,0 
20,0 






33,0 

36,0 


09-59 
06-60 


U9 
OS 


• Tu 

• TO 






40 
33 


(.RAV, PROO (H) 


•INJ TEMP DISC 12*64 






3948 


1740 


H.O 


20,6 


39 


37.0 


10-56 










90 


SH SO (F) 


•NO DATA SINCE 1998 .EST 






• 3894 


2100 


13,0 






36,4 


11-62 


12-69 






20 


sh so. frho (H) 








• 4227 


2260 


U.5 


l*.« 


120 


37.5 


12-53 


12-76 




19 


200 


SRAV, PROD (Hi 


•tSTlMATEU 1970.76 






4280 


1930 
2244 
2746 
2672 


6,0 

8,0 

3.0 

12.7 


16,0 
18.0 
15,0 
16.1 


SO 
47 
32 
43 


36.0 
36,0 
36,0 
37,8 


11-69 
06-66 
U-6S 
02-59 










100 
40 
20 

120 


6RAV, PRO" fM) 


• INCL A|.L FAV8I *EST 






3939 


2900 
2640 
2660 


«.o 

7,0 
4,0 


21.0 
1T.T 


200 


39,0 


10-59 
06-66 
06-64 










120 

60 
60 


FROOUCEO (B) 


•0*1* N/A 1*79 






• 3929 


2600 


20.0 


18,0 


SO 


38,0 


07-91 


12 


•62 






70 


SRAV, PROD fM) 


•NO DATA AFTER 1999 .INCL 1930 




• 3930 


2900 


10,0 


17,0 


100 


36,0 


09-92 


12-62 






30 


SH SO. PROD (M) 


•NO DATA AFTER 1959 ♦rflTH 3929 




38T8 


2490 


23,0 








02-79 










70 


RIVER SRAV fF) 


•ESTIMATED 






• 4330 


2219 


12.0 


I'.O 


140 




01-95 


09-63 






30 


SH SO, PROO IMJ 


•JNCL PRIM PROD 1-95 TO 9.63 




4392 


2630 


20,0 


u. * 


7 


36,9 


03-63 










100 


SH HELL (F) 


•ADJUSTED ST OPERATOR 






• 390T 


2900 


13.0 


i*.o 


57 


36,1 


07-32 


12-S6 






90 


SURFACE (F) 


•INCL PnIM PRUO 7.92 TO 12- 


S6 




• 394T 


2400 


u.o 








01-53 


12-97 






40 


SURFACE (F) 








39T8 


1930 


9,0 


17.8 




JT.O 


12-66 










90 


RIVER SRAV, PRUO fM) 










2410 


10.0 


1T.0 




39,0 




06-66 






120 










3874 


1700 
1773 
2420 
2930 


u.o 

8,0 
26,0 
10,0 


12.0 
12.0 
15.0 
12.0 


82 
56 

72 

IS 


39,0 


01-66 






31 


35 


210 
230 
660 

•00 


SH SRAV, FRDD (M) 








4433 


2910 
3080 


12.0 
26.0 


12.0 
16,0 






05-74 






1 
1 


3 
2 


80 


FENN SO.,FHOufB) 








4290 


2219 


♦.0 






36,6 


12-39 


01-66 


3 


3 


60 


SH SO. FROO (") 


•NO INJ SINtE 721 .INCL ALL 


Pats 




2970 


11,0 










01-66 


6 


6 


120 




•ESTIMATED SINCE 1970 








2670 


25.0 














6 


9 


170 












2629 


12,0 














6 


9 


170 










3844 


173J 


9,0 






33,0 


6-79 






1 


2 


30 


PURCMAjEofM) 


•ESTIMATED 1977-76 






4242 


1300 
1600 
2660 

2300 
2400 


1T.T 

21,0 

*s.o 

J*. 6 
21,2 


l«.T 


26 




10-57 
12-61 
12-61 

10-49 
10-49 






10 
9 
6 
8 

4 


4 
6 
9 
S 
2 


110 
120 

120 
170 

120 


SRAV, PROO fM) 


•ESTIMATED SINCE 1976 






4394 


1623 


28,0 


12,5 


10 




09-60 






6 


2 


47 


SH 80. PROD (M) 


•ILL VALUES AH* 21 PER CENT 


OF 






2930 


33,0 


19,0 


too 










1 


2 


47 




TOTAL. REMAINDER IN POSEY 10 






2780 


29,0 


1*.2 


so 










1 


2 


4T 




INDIAN*). E.T SINCE 1976 






1022 


2740 


12.0 








6-64 






2 


9* 


no 


PRQDUCEO(S) 


•EST,*InCL PR1" SINtE 1993 
PAyJ.To FRUJ,1U16 SINCE 93 






• 3939 


2340 


7,0 






36,0 


03-57 


01-60 


1 


2 


20 


FROOUCEO (6) 








3898 


249U 


20,0 








01-70 






• 


3 


30 




•AOJ TO EXI8TIN6 xF *EST 






• 3142 


2690 


10,0 








6-14 


12-61 


♦ 


2* 


30 


♦ 


•tST,*ADJ To 3933 1934*61 








2970 


11.0 














♦ 


2* 


30 










3933 


2400 
2920 


8.0 
•.5 


l«.S 

U.o 


73 
57 


37,0 


04-92 






6 


10 


• 
170 


SRAV, PROD (M) 








• 39J4 


2620 


1*.0 


l".« 


S7 


36,0 


10-90 


01-74 


20 


26 


Sto 


SRAV, PROD (M) 








• 3998 


2949 


15.0 






3T.0 


05-17 


12-79 


1 


1 


20 


SRAV, PROO (Ml 








48J8 


2696 


30,0 


16,0 


ISO 




07-67 






1 


1 


20 


FENN SO. FROO (6) 









109 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION ANO INJECTION STATISTICS (M SBlI) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 
* ■ ABO 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



• PAT NAME • 



LOCATION 
S • T » t 



MATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 
PRODUCTION 



MATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • 

• im p i</M • tm ■ ii/T9 • 1979 • 12/79 * 



NEW HARMONY C, EOmARDS, WaBaSH, mhITE 
CONTINUED 

•IB41 OAYIB LAMBERT CL6LL* ENALO 
)l)t HERMAN LOEB N MAUD U 



4218 HERMAN LOEB 
4294 HERMAN LOEB 



«305 HERMAN LOEB 



4324 HERMAN LOEB 

3988 LOEB | MITCHELL 
1965 LUBOIL COMPANY 



1819 M AND n OIL CO, 

3afe» M AND M OIL CO, 

1959 M AND M OIL CO, 

3461 M ANO H OIL CO, 

•3*43 E, H, MORRIS EST 

•3B3B HUHVIN OIL CO, 

4226 ELMER M NOVAK 



1861 M ANO F OIL CO 
3B3T OLOB OIL * ChEM. 

4276 PAH.APK 



•4275 POOL OIL CO, 



3474 PRUDENTIAL OR 



1965 PRUDENTIAL OIL 

• 1967 RK PET, CORP. 
431T REBSTOCK OIL CO, 



4401 REBSTOCK OR CO, 

4440 REBSTOCK OIL CO, 

•4455 REBSTOCK OIL CO, 

3S70 HUBEHT ROBE 

3643 HUBERT ROBE 

•3449 HUBERT ROBE 

3961 HOBS] OIL CO, 

•3892 ROYALCO, INC, 

•4300 ROYALCO, INC, 



POND 

SPAY PC*! »M« 



PONO »A» 



M.B, OONALD 



NALTERB 
HELM C 



HANK 
COWLING U 

KEENBBUP6 U 

A E 8CHULTZ 'A' 

CENEY 

KURTl.JOACHlN 
CALVIN 

KEENSBuRC U 
COLLINS UNIT 

0. SMITH 1,4,11 
CALVIN CONSLO 

FRIENDS 6R0VE U 

POST. LEY UNIT 

COWLING U 
CR0SBV1LLE LEASE 



4393 REBSTOCK OIL CO, UALY «A» 



national bank mp u 
lohab 

07.TSB 

MAUD NN UNIT 
MAUD U 

J.M, PEIBINGER 

4 M 

SCHROOT STATION HIO U 

REEVES UNIT C 



• 3699. J, W, RUDY DRLS. EPLER FLOOO 
1009 SCHPQEDER 4 BNYOE" J BCHPQEOER 
3931 SCMROIDBR S BNYOE* SIEBEPT BOTTOMS 



•391B SHAKESPEARE OIL 

411* JOE 8IMPKINS OIL 



•4217 JOE BIMPHINS OIL 
•4320 JOE SIHPKINB OIL 



• 1016 

• 3417 

• 4222 

• 42B7 



• 3497 
3S40 
3*77 
1*96 

3960 
1**9 



SKILES OIL CORP. 

SKILLS OIL CORP, 

SKILES OIL CORP, 

SKIL6* OIL CORP, 



BOHIO PETROLEUM 
BO, TRIANGLE CO. 
SO, TRIANGLE CO, 
SPARTAN ANO 6 
SPARTAN ANO S 
BTQNE OIL CO 



BRINES U 

HOn.BUHP.CRAwPQRD 



ARROw.MC BRIDE ETAl 
BOULTINOHOUBE 



SIEGERT BOTTOMS 
BR08TEN »P» 
BMITM.DAVENPORT 
C'LVIN«SNIFFIN 



UPOEGRAPF "A" 

TOmnSENO-mOLFE 
SOUTH POROICE U 
R.HAASE ET *L 
BELMONT NORTH UNIT 
AKIN FLOOD 



ETHEL 


32-18. 13m 




« 




3*** 




• 


YPREBS 


13,2*«1*«!*m 


190* 


2676* 


7.7 


111 


150* 


2*34* 


HARA 
















U* VASES 


20, 21,22. 48-14M 


p 


239* 


* 


465* 






AR SPRINSS 


17,20,»1.4S.14M 


9P 


6615* 


0.1 


879* 


5* 


4423* 


YPRESS 
















ETHEL 
















UK VASES 
















ALTERSBURO 


16,21.«8-l*M 


S»» 


6046* 


1.3 


441 


SB* 


432* 


AR SPRINGS 
















YPRESS 
















ETHEL 
















UK VASES 
















ETHEL 


2l«4S*14M 


20* 


1247* 


1.2 


111 


10* 


497* 


UX VASES 




* 


I5*l*« 










AR BP* 


13. IS. 13- 


I50P 


1910* 


7.4 


152 


150* 


1465* 


IEHL 


22, 21, 27. 18>14W 




6*6** 


22.7* 


45*6* 


35* 


23066* 


ALTERBBUKG 






2306*4 










AR SPRINGS 






1188** 










YPRESS 






5138** 










ETHEL 




15 


23032 










UK VASES 






7088** 










A* SPRINGS 


3I.1N.1IH 


♦ 


♦ 


0.5 


46 


10* 


530* 


IEHL 


19, 20, P9, 30.28.13m 


111 


18077* 


5.5 


2287 


111 


10135* 


YPRESS 
















YPREBS 


9>28>13n 


196 


106*4* 


4.1 


661* 


1*6 


6S00> 


YPRESS 


8,17.2S.13M 


10 


2107* 


0.7 


465* 


1U 


2062. 


ETHEL 






2532* 










YPRESS 


32.18.13W 




♦ 




62* 




♦ 


ETHEL 
















YPREBS 


B ( 17.2S.1JN 




800* 




160** 




600< 


ETHEL 
















YPRESS 


5,8.4S.14W 


SO* 


2704* 


6,4* 


2956* 


125** 


5489** 


ETHEL 




25* 


3062* 










U« VASES 




50* 


11746* 










IEHL 


19.28. 13W 


75* 


790* 


4.2 


171* 


75* 


790* 


IEHL 


20.2S.13W 


36 


115 


1.5 


4* 


9 


37 


YPREBS 
















YPRESS 


a-«S«14M 


70* 


1352* 


3.1 


120 


70* 


762* 


ETHEL 
















UX VASES 
















AR SPRINGS 


9, 16.4S.14M 




10746 




1720 




7283 


YPREBS 
















ETHEL 
















UK VASES 
















IEHL 


J.1S-13M»34.1N.13M 


50* 


3071* 


1.) 


217 


50* 


2033* 


UROAN 
















YPREBS 
















IEHL 


3.1S.13M 


25* 


2225* 


1.* 


223 


25* 


2024* 


YPREBS 






473* 




131* 




233* 


YPRESS 


23, 29, 26, 39, 36* 29. 14H 




2867 




467 




605 


YPREB8 


20.48. 1«W 


20* 


2814* 


1.5 


61 


20* 


1315* 


ETHEL 
















UK VASES 
















YPRESS 


17.48. 14W 


260* 


2745* 


12.* 


207 


260* 


2276* 


ETHEL 
















UK VASES 
















AR SPRINGS 


20, 2*. 48. 10m 


4* 


676* 


0.2 


180 


4* 


309* 


000 


14.4S.14W 


* 


• 


12.5 


124 


* 


• 


AR SPRINGS 
















AR SPRINGS 


20.48.14W 




• 




. 56 




■ 


UX VASES 
















ALTERSBUHG 


27,34.18.13m 


♦ 


2068* 


♦ 


209 


♦ 


iioo« 


ALTERSBURG 


34,39.18.13m 


60 


1914* 


1.2 


387 


60 


1270* 


YPRESS 
















YPRE88 


4.28.13N 




281* 




107* 




281. 


YPREBS 


26>1S>13W 


57 


1 136 


10.1 


256 


57 


1136 


YPRESS 


34,39'lB.lSM 




560 




123 




214* 


YPRESS 


2B.38.I4W 




2656 




161 




476 


UX VASES 
















CCLOSKY 
















ALTERSBUHG 


6.2S«13m 




1356* 




244* 




937. 


ETHEL 


22.2T.2B.14w 


40* 


1489* 


*.7 


*!♦ 


40« 


1US7* 


ETHEL 


2,3,10.3S.14W 
34,39-8S.l4M 


30* 


4922* 


2.1* 


•91* 


SO* 


2197. 


ETHEL 


17, 20, 21, 28, 29. IS. 13m 




8754 




1457 




5255 


YPREBS 


32,S3.38.t«M,S.48.14W 


38* 


3500* 


>.*♦ 


784* 


46** 


5152** 


ETHEL 




20* 


522* 










UX VA8E8 




38* 


3444* 










CCLOSKY 


32, 33'3S. l*Mtl.4S.14H 




762 




1 






AR SPRINGS 


9,16,1T.4B.14N 




12037* 




772* 




9047* 


YPREBS 
















AMPLE 
















ETHEL 
















UX VASES 
















YPRESS 


34.J8.14W 




62 










YPREBS 


33.2S.I4W 




166 




36 




42 


YPREBS 


1I.4S.14W 




147 




4 




2 


YPRESS 


B.48.14W 




1 








27 


ETHEL 






109 




4 




23 


UX VASES 
















UX VABEB 


14.38.14W 




• 29* 




104 




187 


ALTERSBUHG 


14-1S.13W 


35* 


230* 




38 


35* 


230* 


ITHEL 


6, 7, S. IS. 13m 


200* 


937* 


1*.] 


101 


200* 


437. 


HARA 


1*. IS. 13m |0>79 


1< 


12 




2 


12 


12* 


ALEH 


1S.1S-13M 


90 


1*6 




AS 


90* 


134* 


YPRESS 


7.3S'13N 


15 


1076 




Tl 


25 


493 



110 



In Illinois, 1 979 continued 

• reservoir statistic* (»»| v»lus1 « development as of 12-31-79 * injection mate* • 

• field, county • # • • • no, of • • source ty»i • 

• ............. • »t»H« OIL • DATE • RATI • -tLLS * ACRES • 8D»*AN0 (F)4PRE»m > 

• pncij. • DEPTH • NIT • pu» • (MO)«GRAV • FIRST • Aon. • • UNDER • r,R»GRAVEL (B)»BRlNE • 

• NO, » (Ft! • RAY • (X) * •(API)« INJ, . •INJ,»PR0D.« INJ, * P«nu«P«uOuCtO fHl.MntD • »t««Bi1 
R • • (FY)* • • * • • » • * SHiSMaLLOn • 



NEK HARhONY C, 


EOtfAROS 


, «UBA 


sm, tin 


ITE 










CONTINUED 




















• 1*41 


1373 


11.0 








6-54 


12-60 ♦ 


3 30 


* 


i*»* 


2500 
2630 


11.0 

9,0 


l».s 


115 


17.0 


06>64 




*> 100 
4 60 


PROOuCEO (o) 


• IIS 


2640 


l*.l 


ll.o 


20 


11.1 


01-5* 




2 200 


JH 80 (P) 


4194 


2220 

238U 
2700 
2S40 


10,0 

11,0 

•.0 

18,0 








05-60 




2 90 

9 120 

3 70 
9 160 


GRAVEL BEO (F) 


4105 


214U 
2200 


*,4 

4.1 


19.0 
11.5 




17.3 


11-60 




1 40 

2 40 


GRAVEL BEO (F) 




2360 


11. 1 


16,0 


12 








2 60 






2700 


U.7 


16,0 










2 30 






2820 


15.1 


H.o 


20 








9 100 




6314 


2695 


9.0 


11.0 


13 


37.0 


09-61 




4 60 


U»»V, PROO In) 




2*30 


20,0 


14,0 


21 


37.0 






3 109 




I4»* 


1945 


12.0 








08-68 




9 60 


PRODUCED (b) 


1963 


1600 


13.0 








06-59 




IT 40 


GRAVEL B£0 (M 




2115 


23,0 


20,1 


171 




12-50 


09-64 


80 






2150 


20.0 


IM 


44 




04-61 




60 






2115 


9,0 








11-52 




240 






264U 


14,0 


»7.1 


44 




12-51 




255 






2640 


1«.° 


l»,l 


44 




12-S1 




260 




its* 


202U 


8,0 








7-62 


♦ 


2 40 


♦ 


IBM 


1700 


6.7 


14.6 


126 


37.0 


01-65 


9 


11 92* 


SM SO, PHOU («) 




2460 


H.l 


14.2 


59 


17.0 






«01 




1959 


2420 


22.0 


20,0 


200 




11-56 


4 


6 270 


GRAV, PROO (M) 


j«*i 


2424 

2540 


n.o 

20.0 


14.1 


26* 


3S.0 


03-54 


3 


5 100 
100 


SH So, PRHu (M) 


• 3843 


2430 
2566 


11. o 
21,0 








6-54 


12-60 ♦ 


4 40 

4 40 


♦ 


• 3S3S 


2440 
2560 


11. o 
20,0 








6-64* 


8-72 2 


9 80 

3 80 


PRoDoCEO(B) 


4226 


2550 
2660 

2600 


10,0 
10,0 
15.0 








06-57 
11-52 
11-52 




9 180 
4 60 
8 160 


RIVER GRAVEL (F) 


3861 


1718 


12.0 






33,9 


01-6* 




3 40 


PROOoCED (t>) 


jajT 


1*04 
2474 


12.8 
10,0 








3-76 




2 40 

40 


SH.SU. (P) 


4276 


2530 

2680 
2607 


14,0 

t*.o 

24,0 








06-54 




4 60 
3 50 

? 40 


8H SO, Gray (P) 


• 4279 


2210 
2375 

2700 
2610 


10.0 

6,5 

11,0 

1*,0 


7.0 


50 




09-58 


03-74 2 

10 
10 


2 50 

4 60 

12 230 

It 210 


SH SO, PHOU (H) 


3974 


1716 


1*.0 








03-61 




4 120 


SRAV, PROO (Ml 




1761 


16,0 


i*.o 


61 








1 20 






2269 


15.0 












4 120 




3963 


1710 


8.0 


i».o 


71 


12.0 


03-61 




2 70 


SM SO, PROU (M) 




2110 


14,0 


i».o 


SO 






12-64 3 


? 60 




• 396? 


2530 


22.0 


11.0 


16 


18.4 


06-60 


07-70 7 


4 160 


SM SO, PNOO (M) 


411? 


2576 
2672 
2645 


1<.0 

19,0 
18,0 






16.0 


04-61 




1 20 

1 20 

2 40 


SM SO. PR1D (M) 


4J93 


2580 

2680 
2630 


10,0 
11.0 
10,0 






16.0 


07-63 




1 20 

2 40 
2 40 


SH SO, PNOO (M) 


44UI 


2110 


»,0 








04-64 




5 90 


SH SO (P) 


4440 


2200 
2125 


20.0 
12.0 








01-68 


♦ 


4 40 
2 20 


•ACC1DEN1AL OR OoMP 


• 4453 


2170 
2966 










6-60 


07-76 • 

• 


3 10 

1 10 


PROOOCED(B) 


3870 


1917 


16,0 


16,0 


200 




02-63 




2 200 


SH SO, PNOO (H) 


3891 


1917 


8.0 


16,0 


120 




11-63 




1 70 


&rav, proo (mi 




2246 


8,0 


18,8 


SJ 








4 60 




• 3993 


2413 


9,0 








06-62 


12-76 1 


I 10 


PRODUCED TBI 


3962 


2301 


14.0 






15.0 


10-39 




5 60 


PRODUCED (6) 


• 3892 


2120 


12.0 






11. « 


10-61 


09-70 9 


6 160 


SH 90, PNOO (H) 


• 4300 


2596 


1*.0 






19.6 


01-61 


01-72 9 


4 150 


SH SO, PROO (M) 




2*00 


11. o 








01-61 


01-69 1 


2 20 






2910 


10,0 








01-61 


01-A.9 1 


2 60 




• 1*93 


2075 


l».o 


30,0 


1*0 


16,8 


04-61 


12-70 3 


4 70 


PENN SO, PN10 (B) 


1009 


2710 


20.0 








02-69 




9 110 


PENN So (A) 


3931 


26*0 


IS.O 


17.0 


75 


16,0 


10-31 




9 150 


GRAV, PROO (m) 


• 3928 


2600 


1?,0 


16,0 


IS 


is.o 


06-S6 


02-69 33 


12 524 


SH SO, PROO (H) 


4216 


2600 
2650 
2*00 


9,0 
11.0 

l«.l 


15.0 


» 


11,0 


09-56 


1* 


8 240 
2 60 

U 200 


GRAVEL BED (Fl 


• 421T 


2900 


9,4 






J«.S 


09-56 


12-99 4 


? 120 


GRAVEL BED (M 


• 4320 


2200 


13.0 






16,0 


U-59 


1-77 3 


2 50 


GRAVEL BED (F) 




23*0 


11.8 


17.0 


10 






13 


11 260 






2690 


10,0 


U.o 


11 








1 60 






2710 


15,0 


11.0 










2 60 






2*30 


18.0 


20,0 








19 


IS 120 




•1016 


2566 


12.0 








06-58 


02-62 1 


2 10 


GRAV, PROO CM) 


• 3937 


1531 


13.0 


17.0 


20 


1«.S 


10-56 


04-66 2 


1 20 


GRAV, PROO (m) 


• 4222 


2610 


10,0 


17.? 


149 




05-53 


10-97 1 


2 10 


TAR *PK, PROD (B) 


• 42ST 


2552 

2670 
2*00 


10,0 
21.0 
20,0 








09-59 


12-62 1 


2 10 
2 40 

1 30 


GRAV, PROO (M) 


• 399T 


2770 


10.0 


19.0 






06-62 


12-76 2 


4 100 


PRODoCEO(B) 


3840 


1*70 


10.0 








6-73 




1 40 


PRUOUCEO(B) 


1877 


235 


14,0 








02-74 




12 220 


PRODUCED (61 


1896 


2530 


2.4 


l».4 




17.0 






S 40 


•ELL (Fl 


1960 


3490 


H.O 


10.0 




19,0 


12-73 




3 |40 


TAR *PR ANO PROO, (8) 


1883 


2480 


14,0 








0»-70 




4 60 


PRODUCED, FRESH (M) 



•tST.*AuJ,TO ACTIVE PH0J8 iM-bO 
•ESllMATEu 

• ESTI No UA1A SINCE 1968 
•ESTIMATEO * OPtRAToR 

REPUrTs LlTTLf OIL FROM CYPRESS 

anu bETMEL 

•ESTIMATEO 



•tSTI »N" ImJ, 1978 

•ESllMATEu 

•tST . l*7fr HATAI *1NCL ALL PAYS 

• liim, [M N n u r.M 19/6 



•EST*AOJ,T0 ACTIVE «F SINCE I960 
•EST. 1971-1978 

•ESTIMATEO 19bS-T7, 
•ESI, 1972-78 

•bST,*AOJ.TO PRuJS. 1934»34u7. 
1954. I960 

•ESI .,nj uATA RECEIvFO 

♦AOJ Tu 19b1 1939-7? 
•EStlMAiEOI *INCL ACL PAYS 



•ESTI »INCL PRIM PRO" SINCE 1-68 
•1NCL PRtn PRuO SINCE 1976 

•ESI IMATEO 

• tSTIMTEo SINCE 19/2 
•ESllMATEu »PATA FOR 1473 ONLY 

•eSitmatpu 

•estimated 

•estimateo 

•es1i*acciden1al or domp flo"d 

•adj to 431/84294 since 60 

• ESIlNATfo -OATA rv/Jk SlNCt 1977 
•ESI IMATEO 

•ESI IMATEO 

•EST !9bS-67 UATA ONLT 



•ESTlMArEU 197N DATA 

•EStlnATFu »INCL P R 1 M SINCE 2-69 

• ESTTMATEO SINCE 19761 ♦Si.O ONLY 



•EStlMATEoi »INCL ACL PAYS 



•ESllMATEu 



•INJ, SUSP. 1972 
•ESllMATEu 
•ESTIMATEO 
•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATEO SINCE 197? 



Ill 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



* 








GENERAL INFORMATION 




* 


PRODUCTION ano 


INJECTION STATISTICS (M 


BBLS) • 


• 
• 


FIELD, COUNTY 


* 

• PROJECT 




• 

• PAY NAME 


• LOCATION 


• 
• 


W4TER • 
INJECTION • 


OIL • 
PRODUCTION * 


WATER ft 
PRODUCTION ■ 


* PRGtfftbl nu tt 

• • ■ ABO 


urB.n. 1 UK 


• U ■ 

• 


jnti 1 




• 
• 


• 8 . T • * 

• 


• 


TOTAL • 


CUM, • 


TOTAL • 


CUM, ft 


TOTAL • 


CUM, ft 


• * 


• '.». 






• 






• 


• 


• 


1*7* • 


11/7* • 


1*7* • 


11/7* ft 


1*7* • 


11/74 ft 


NEW HARMONY C, 


EDWARDS, 


HABAtH, WHITE 
























CONTINUED 






























ISM 


ITONt OIL CO 










BETHEL 
































AUK VASES 
































MCCLOSKY 


















• 4883 


SUN OIL 


:o. 




GREATHOUSE 






MCCLOSKY 








1088 




11* 




287 


• 4864 


•UN Oik 


:o. 




PORO 'A* NATERPLOOO 


MCCLOSKY 


1S.3S.14W 






38 




1) 




1 


• 4835 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO, 


KERN. HON UNIT 




TAR SPRINSS 


38.33.4S.14w 






1*86 




936 




**1 


41)6 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


NEN HARMONY 


PIELO 


U 


AUX VASES 


21,27,28,84,38,33 


34. 


4 


|668l* 




ft 




* 


















4S.|4M,1,4,5.5S.14N 














48)T 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


NEW HARMONY 


FIELD 


u 


BETHEL 


26, 2?, 28, 2*. 32, 33 


34- 


44 


31488* 




ft 




• 


















43>14W,3,4,5»SS«14W 














4111 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


eo. 


WALTERBBURG 


SANO UNI 


WALTERSBURS 


4, 3, 4. 98.14m 




507« 


10907* 


18.8** 


1637ft* 


III** 


8897ft* 


4101 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


N.M.R, UNIT 






TAR SPRIN6S 


9-SS-t«w 




a 


333 


3.6 


37 


t 


22 


4111 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


NORTHEAST UNIT 




HALTERSBURO 


!4,22,23,2fc,»T,J4.4»- 


»2l 


841 


184,0* 


2754* 


20*9* 


13734* 
















TAR SPRINGS 


14W 




8*7 


1331* 
























CYPRESS 






1808 


11006 
























BETHEL 








1688 
























AUX VASES 








1836* 
























HCCLOSKY 






1218 


«676 










4)86 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


H, E, SIYEN 






HCCLOSKY 
ST LOUIS 


33.34.48.14W 




1ST 
38 


816 
73 


24,6 


34 


111 


118 


41*0 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO, 


NEW HARMONY 


FIELD 


U 


JAHfcSTOwN 


27,26,29,12,33,14.48 


S3 


1634 


877.6* 


19*64* 


4976* 


•MM* 
















CYPRESS 


14W| 3,4,3«SS.14W 




368** 


67815* 










4391 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


nEw harmony 


FltLD 


u 


WALTERSBURS 


17, 88, 24, 32,33,14.48. 


1883 


184*4 


• 


* 


* 


• 
















TAR SPRINGS 


14W|S,4,J.SS»14W 




33* 


4*63 


• 


ft 


* 


• 


44S4 


SUPERIOR 


OIL 


CO. 


SOUTHWEST UNIT 




HCCLOSKY 


33-48. 14W/3, 4-58. 


• H 


1880 


1883 


48.1 


SI 


86 


133 
















ST LOUIS 






886 


348 










3946 


4, K, S**NN 




NEIL 






CYPRESS 


7,18-)«-t3w 




88 


3880 


18.6 


718 


28 


1891 


• 4333 


TEXACO, 


NC, 




SRAMLETT 






TAR SPRINGS 


17. «s. isw 






163 




ft 




• 


• 4334 


TEXACO, 1 


INC. 




BRAMlETT 






CYPRESS 


17.48.14W 






443 




ft 




• 


• 4371 


TEXAS *Ht»IC« 


N 


PORO 






AUX VASES 


21.4S.14W 






88* 




131 




4* 


3*10 


UNIVERSAL OPRTNG 


PARMENTER 






CYPRESS 


5-2S-13W 




20* 


31** 


2.1 


31 


20* 


114ft 
















BETHEL 


















)«•• 


UNIVERSAL 


BUMP 






CYPRESS 


4.as«i3w 




125* 


8443* 


is. a 


322 


123* 


8429* 
















BETHEL 


















4341 


WEST DRILLING 


CO 


0, EVANS 






MCCLOSKY 


4>4S>14w 




30* 


1498* 


8.7 


196 


30* 


338* 


• 1088 


CEORCE WICKHAM 


SCHROEOER 






WALTERSBURS 


26.87-28.14a 






1*48* 




88)ft 




326* 
















CYPRESS 


















• 3*61 


CHARLES 1 


. WOOD 


G A STURMAN 






BIEHL 


10-18. 1JW 






3*4 




76 




11* 
















CYPRESS 



















NEW HAVEN C, WHITE 
•4247 ATLANTIC RIGHFLO 

•4331 FRMERS PETR COOP 
•4368 FRMERS PETR COOP 
426* JUNIPER PETROLEUM C 



4278 SUN OIL CO, 

NEW MEMPHIS, CLINTON 
417 ELHEM OELXE 

OAKOALE, JEFFERSON 
*20a* FAIRWAY PETROLEUM 

• 80|* TEXACO, INC, 

OAKDALE N, JEFFERSON 
8018 FRMERS PETR COOP 

OAK POINT, CLARK, JASPER 

• 883 H ANU E 0»LS, CO 
883 M AND E U*L9. CO 

ODIN, MARION 
2600 DORAN OIL PROP, 



OLD RIPLEY, BOND 
6 SAN PARKER 

OLNEY C, JASPER, RICHLAND 

•I486 SELL BROTHERS 

•1413 T DRILLING 

•3407 GULF OIL CO 

•1*03 ILL. LSE, OP. 

•3414 J, w, RUbY DRL6, 

•1*04 SOHIO PETROLEUM 

•3408 TEXACO, INC, 

3480 TEXACO, INC. 

•1*14 T»I- STATE CASING 

OLNEY S, RICHLAND 
•1488 H V RING 

OMAHA, GALLATIN 

1447 AMERICAN PUMP 

1448 AMERICAN P U MP 



NEW HAVEN U 

WASEM 

DEAD RIVER UNIT 

SREATHOUSE ISLANU U 

G.N, BOETTICMER 

NEW MEMPHIS SEC.REC. 



HQRRELL'NOVAK 
GREEN*VANOERHEIO 



NORTH OAKOALE UNIT 



B, FINNEY 
FINNEY.PXNG.NARO 



TAR SPRINGS 17, 1«, 19,80-78. IIS 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 84.7S.10E 

TAR SPRINGS 11.18.7S.10E 

TAR SPRINGS 7.7S.11E, 7.TS.14W 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 14-78. HE 



OtV.SIL 33,3*.!N.SW(3,4.1S.SW 



AUX VASES 11.14, 1S.23.4E 
AUX VASES 18.2S.4E 



1644 



6*6 



1443 EXXON 



ODIN UNIT 



RIPLEY U 



UUNOAS SOUTH UNIT 

NORTH OLNEY U 

EAST OUNDAS UNIT 

BESSIE 

STIFF 

OUNDAS EAST UNIT 

EAST OLNEY 

OLNEY WATER FLOOD 

MlLLER'EUNICE 



KURTJ.HARTI 



OMAHA S PALESTINE U 

OMAHA S UNIT 



OMAHA 



MCCLOSKY 3.8S-4E 



AUX VASES 31.9N-14W 

AUX VASES 30,31, 38. 9N-UW 



CYPRESS I,18.l3-2N.1E;6,7, 
16.8N.aE 



8I,18.9N.4W 



191 



1646 



73 



1.6 



147 



7 

80T 



43* 4183* 8.1 
169 B467* 0.3 1)23* 



SPAR MTN 

SPAR MTN 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

OHARA 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 



MCCLOSKY 



3,10-4N.iOE 

26,32>4N.10E 

2S,86,3S,36.5N.10E 

23'SN.IOE 

34.JN.10E 

14.5N.10E 

a3,84,8l.86.4N.|0E 

27.4N.10E 

23.5N.10E 



26.3N.10e 



10* 1846* 



4080 
330* 
433 

891* 
19* 
8001 
1834 
3027 
133* 



0.) 



*5 



9* 



1.1 



38 



1*17 T. W, GEORGE EST, OMAHA S UNIT 

' 1414 HUHBlE ANO R OMAHA 

143* JUNIPER PETROLEUM C CANE CREEK U 

•14)4 NAPCO PHILLIPS FLOOD 



PALESTINE 38.78.8E 

HAROINSBURG 3| , 32.TS.SEl 3, 6*88>6E 

CYPRESS 
OHARA 
SPAR MTN 
PALESTINE 
TAR SPRINGS 
AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 
PALESTINE 
AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 



3)-TS.SE|4.SS.SE 



34.7S.6EI3.4.6S.SE 
33.7S.8E, 4-88-4E 
4.6S-6e 
32.7S.8E 



*3« 11214 97,1 
316 3**6 ♦.) 



822 



)«** «.) 72S 

9T6) 3li* 

11 11*0 0,6 60 

40 T 



30 



10* 



366 



46 



73 



17« 


5*0* 

826 

569* 


1.0* 


22 
492 
92* 


10* 


199 
336 

ISO* 


54 


363 


10.4 


147 


52 


)66 


300« 


8465* 


24.4 


619 


500* 


6143* 




12*3* 
534 




85* 

17 




18*5* 
8*7 



131 1305 



61 
43* 380«* 



204" 



4as* 



82* 




30*0 


31* 




• l* 


138 




807 


44* 




883* 


33 




34 


148 




i)T* 


84* 




1866 


63* 


9* 


3*7* 


57 




90* 



134 


S47 


6.3 


6* 


1* 


20) 


iso 


8930 


13.* 


129 


** 


69T 



66*8 



I8T6 
44)6 

1) 5)71 

8 



112 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTICS (»V. ULUll 



OEVlLOPNINT At Or ll.Sl.T4 



INJECTION w»Tl« 



• PULPi COUNTY 



frdj. 

NO. 



DEPTH 
(PT) 



t P|RN* OIL • 

N(T • »u» • (M0)**RAV • 
PAY • (I) • MAPI)- 
(FT)* • • • 





• 




• 


NO. OF 


• 




date 


• 


DATE 


• 


-ILLS 


• 


acre* 


first 


• 


A80, 


• 




• 


UNDER 


1NJ. 


• 




• 


INJ..PRU0 


.• 


INJ. 



SOURCE TyPE 

• DMANO (F)'PRERH 

BRi.RAVEL CB)*Br!nE 

PROO*P»OOuCLD CM)*MJKE0 
BM48MALL0* 



»t«'»m 



NIM MARNONY C, EORAROS, WABASH, MHITI 



continued 
isss 



• 4121 

• »»»• 

4116 
«f]T 

«m 

4101 

• Ml 



4126 

u«o 

«S91 
4494 

1**1 

• 4333 

•«JJ« 

• •371 

I«10 

1966 

4141 

• 1028 

• 1961 



1640 
2TSQ 
2630 
2900 
2900 
2290 
2*10 

2T1U 

220* 
220T 

21*0 
2191 
2600 
2T41 
2630 
1666 
18«6 
3088 
TOT 
29S0 
2120 
2210 
288* 
308k 
2430 
2298 
28TQ 
2830 
2410 
2S30 
2400 
2340 
3000 
2130 
2840 
1T80 
2239 



18.0 

II. o 

10,0 
9.0 
T.O 

is. J 

8,9 

II. • 

43,0 
10,0 
10,0 

8,0 
H. 
(0,0 
I'.O 

T.O 

1.0 
20.0 

9,0 

in,o 

10,0 

».o 

T.O 
20,0 
19.0 
18,0 
19.0 
29,0 
13.0 

T.O 
19,0 
10,0 

9,0 
II. 
II. 
10,0 
11.0 



NEW H.VEN C, WHITE 



• 4I4T 

• 4391 

• 4388 
4289 

42T8 



2U90 
2433 
1131 

2200 
1148 
24T8 
2433 



T.O 
10. 
10.0 

8.0 
24,0 
10,0 
11.0 



T.S 

T.* 

9.4 

*.! 

•.0 
8.0 
»,0 
8,0 
».0 
9.0 
4.0 
4.0 
».0 
0.1 
T.O 
8,0 
T.O 
4.0 
8.0 



1».J 



IT. 9 

18,0 
1*.0 
18,0 
I*.* 

19.0 



NEW MEMPHIS, CLINTON 
•|T 1980 99.0 

OAKOALf, JEFFERSON 

•2029 2900 20,0 
•2014 28T0 19,0 20,2 

OAKDAlI N, JEFFERSON 
2018 2931 10,0 

OAK ROINT, CLARK, JAIRER 
* 223 11*0 20,0 

223 1190 12,0 (3.1 

COIN, MARION 

2800 1T00 19,0 20,0 



81 
48 

32 

4T9 
48 

47 

40 

10b 
37 
12 

299 

299 
10 

139 
37 
47 
40 

293 
10 



23 



SO 

330 
96 
48 
17 
45 



18.9 

je.o 

JT.4 

1T.0 



)8,0 
1T.0 
J7.0 
38,0 
>8,0 
38,0 
lk.O 
38,0 
18,0 

»*.» 
33,0 

IT.O 
37,0 
17,0 
38,0 
J«.i 

18,3 
38,3 

Ik. 9 



1T,0 
38,0 

3T.0 



110 18,3 



40 
78 



18,8 
18.8 



08«47 
03-48 

02-34 
11>38 



17,0 11.98 



10.93 
02-66 

6'78 
02.88 
02*88 
12-88 
12*68 
ID'68 

9-78 

07«70 
08'64 
06.64 
06.69 
9«78 

11*53 
11*61 
11*61 
02*63 

04*67 

01*62 

10*49 

06*64 



33,0 03*61 



07*61 
09*68 
01*66 



36,0 06*59 



06*68 



01*64 
06*61 



06*64 



10*58 
04*67 



02*37 
07*92 

Ul-TU 



11*79 



01*66 
11*66 
11*67 



06*73 
06.66 



)9,0 07.94 09.66 



01-74 
IP*T4 



01*74 
12*64 



1!'6U 



10 

20 



2 

10 
1 
3 
3 
t 
1 



20. 



3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
29 

IS 

2 

1 
17 
11 
26 

1 

2 

13 

2 

I 

3 

119 

46 

21 

11 

11 

II 

4 

3 

I 

1 

1 

4 

4 

4 

6 

4 

1 

1 



4 
10 
3 
7 
I 
I 
4 



23 



II 
2 



14* 



40 
40 
60 
90 
40 
121 
660 

1000 

100* 

10 
120* 



40 

40 

60 

3118 

400 
120 

200 
200 
140 
60 
80 
30 
20 
20 
70 
60 
SO 
60 
60 
20 
30 



173 
260 

90 
76 

60 
30 
40 



360 



130 
100 



•RAVEL BED (F) 
.RAVEL BgO (F) 
ORAVEL BEO (P> 
RIVER 6RAV, RROO(M) 

RTVER SRAV, RRQD fH) 

SRAV, RRUO (M) 
.RAVEL B|0 (F) 
6RAVeL, PROD fH) 



PRODUCED (6) 

HIVEH SRAV, PROO fM) 

RIVER. RROO (M) 

PRODUCED (b) 

6RAVEL SE» (F) 
JM 80, RROO (X) 
»H SO. PROO (M) 
6BAV, PROO (Ml 
PRODUCED (6) 

PRODUCED (6) 

.RAVEL BED (FT 
SH *u, RROO (M) 

PURCM, PROO (6) 



6H 80 (F) 

.RAVEL BEP (F> 
.RAVEL BED (F) 
RIVER &RAV (Fl 

8H 80 (F) 
SALEM, RROO (R) 



PROOUCEO(B) 

PENN 8o, PROQ (B) 



1T0 POND, PROD (MJ 



16,0 IQ'49 10.62 



360* 
230 



PENN SO (R) 
6RAVEL BEO (F) 



TAR 8PR, PNOO (B) 



•INCL *ITn 4390/ *INACT1VE 1*70 

TO i.7b 
•INCL WJTn 4390) ^INACTIVE 1-70 

TO 1-76 
•ILL PORTION .INACTIVE |9*S.T* 

•INCL ALL RAV8> ♦INJ SOJP 9*70 
TO t>-7*| PINJ SUSPENDEO 



•INCL 4236, 42J7, 4J91 
♦INCL WEILEW A* OF 8.76 
•INCL wtTn 4390 



•INCL WITH 4333 

•INCL "ITM 4313 



•ESTIMATED 

•tSIInAito 



•ESTIMATED 

• ESTIMTEO SINCE 196T 



•OPERATION SUSRtNOEu 1970 

•ILL. ROBTION OF THE PROJ, IS 
1S.9X OF IND.ILL TOTAL 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTInF PROO EST 40t PRIM,196« 



•AChEaGE 6 nFLLS INCL, WITH 225 

•ESTIMATEOI.INCL ACREAGE FOR 221 



•SO 1962*TSI*6INCE 1476 ONLY 



OLD «1»iEt, bono 

6 600 20,0 



36,0 09-37 



10 



11 



110 



SH SO. RROO (M) 



OLNEV C, 


JA8RER, 


RICHLAND 


















• 3426 


2991 


«.T 


19.4 


2»1 


40,0 


09-63 


01-7J 


10 


7 


740 


PENN So (R) 


• 3415 


2930 


6.0 








09-66 


11*72 


3 


4 


110 


SH SOi CREEK (F) 


• 1407 


2963 


6,0 


H.9 




41.4 


10-56 


09*62 


S 


4 


220 


PENN SANO (B) 


• 1403 


2925 


3.0 


H.o 






01**1 


10*72 


1 


1 


10 


PRODUCED (6) 


• 1614 


2933 


T.O 






40.0 


04**6 


01*72 


2 


1 


90 


CYPRESS, RNOO (B) 


• 1904 


1900 


t.o 






39.0 


04*5S 


09« 61 


4 


7 


120 


CYPRESS C") 


• 1406 


3100 


9.3 


11. 6 


912 


17,0 


01*31 


04.71 


6 


16 


456 


PRODUCED (8) 


1420 


3000 


13,0 


11.* 


900 


IT.O 


11*4* 




1 


2 


260 


PRODUCED (6) 


• 1914 


1940 


i«.o 


Ik. 8 


779 


40,0 


05-54 


ll'k* 


1 


1 


40 


PRODUCED (») 


OLNET S, 


RICHLAND 




















• 1422 


3190 


-.0 








Ofc-bl 


01.62 


1 


4 


90 


CYPRESS (BJ 


OMAHA, 6A.LATJN 






















IMT 


17 25 


9,5 


IT.O 


90 


2T.1 


12*71 




3 


3 


113 


PRODUCED (B) 


1448 


• ITI 


11.0 


14.0 


10 


19.0 


01*71 




6 


9 


60 


•H SANO (F) 




I1T5 


9.0 


13.0 


90 


16,0 










20 






1723 


• .0 


H.O 


60 


IT. 9 










240 






1710 


4.0 


13.0 


20 


IT. 9 










SO 




1441 


1700 


1T.0 


JB. 9 


427 


11,0 


02**9 




3 


16 


429 


PRODUCED (B) 




1490 


20,0 


l».« 


10 








I 




100 






2630 


10,0 


*.l 


9 








1 




30 




1«1T 


2710 


11.0 


U. 




41.9 


10*69 




S 


7 


293 


PENN SO (6) 


= 1414 


1700 


1T.0 


!••• 


617 


Ik.O 


10*64 


0t*»9 


1 


16 


2*0 


PRODUCED (b) 


1414 


1*76 


10,0 






}T,k 


11**9 




1 


1 


too 


SH SO, PROO (M) 


•14]4 


1760 


20,0 






IT.O 


03-63 


11*66 


1 


1 


20 


CREEK, PHOO (M) 



•EST. SINCE 196AIINACTIVE 14T9 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1967 
•INACTIVE 1970-1972 



113 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION «NQ INJECTION ITATJITICS CM 6BL8) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTT 

PR0JEC1 NO,, OPERATOR 

• ■ Aao 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• PAY NAME • 



LOCATION 
8 • T • * 



WATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



MATER 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • 

* 1979 • 12/79 • 1979 * 12/79 t 1479 • 11/74 • 



OMAHA I, GALLATIN, IALINE 

• 1*32 DAVID R0T8TEIN wOOLARU 

OMAHA w, IALINE 
3*23 ILL. MIO.CONT, OMAHA MEET 



ORCHAROVILLE. WAYNE 
4030 ALENE BLADES LtErSHELTON A tLLM 
4093 RATMAC PETROLEUM eo. ORCHAROVILLE 

ORIENT, FRANKLIN 
1333 V, R, SALLABHER 



0SKAL008A, CLAT 

34? IVAN R, JONES 

• 30T TEXACO, INC, 

PANA, CHRISTIAN 

10T COLLINS BROS, 



ORIENT 

OSKALOOSA UNIT 
OSKALOOBA UNIT 

PANA 



PARKEnSBURS C, EDwAROB, RICHLAND 



•3431 ACME CASIN6 

•341S REVIS D, CALVERT 

• 3424 CONTINENTAL OIL 

•3404 MARATHON OIL CO, 

•101T V. T, DRlS, CO, 

PASSPORT, CLAT 

334 R » R OIL CO 

SOS SMAKESPEARE OIL 

J2T SHAKESPEARE OIL 



RIO&LET 
PARKERSBUR6 
K0ERT6E '»• 
PARKERSBURfi U 
PAHKfcRSBuRG U 



PASSPORT UNIT 
STANLET«HlNT(RBMtR 
PASSPORT U 



PASSPORT S, CLAT, RICMLANO 

•341T CONTINENTAL OIL PASSPORT SOUTH UNIT 



PATOKA, MARION, CLINTON 

3634 FEAR AND DUNCAN 

3614 GULF OIL CO 

• 3601 KARCHMER PIPE 

2*01 KARCHMER PIPE 

•2*03 KARCHMER PIPE 

PATOKA E, MARION 

2*3S HIGHLAND OIL CO 

•2*24 MOBIL UlL CORP, 

2*1* FRED 8EIP 

2*31 SMELL OIL CO, 



NW PATQKA 

N, PATOKA TRENTON u 

PATOKA BENOIBT 
PATOKA ROSICLARE 
STEIN UNIT 



THALMAN 

F M PEODICORO 

HILL 

EAST PATUKA UNIT 



PATOKA S, haRIOn 

2*40 E. M, SEL' OELAT 

2*2T JOE SIMPkInS OIL PATOKA SOUTH 

2*14 TR1 STAR PROO CO BENOISWSANOSTQNt U 

PHlLLIPSTOWN C, EOWAROS, hHITE 

4395 ABSHER OIL CO SARFIELD.PaRSON 

4323 N, A, BALDHlbBE HlCHAELS»SREEN.8TUNH 



423T BARCER ENC 

42SS BARBER ENS 

4414 BARBER ENS 

4432 BARStR ENS 

4244 C. E, BREHM 

•425! BRITISh.AHERICAN 

4344 R, G, CANThELL 

•4344 COT OIL CO 

•4319 OUNCAN LBE«ROV 

4291 EASON UlL CO, 



1029 FEAR AnO DUNCAN 
4243 FISK S FISK 



4243 
4343 



FISK S FISK 
FISK S FISK 



•4373 V, R, GALLAGHER 
43ST V. R, GALLAGHER 



4224 GETTT OIL CO 



PMILLIPBTONN U 
CALVIN NORTH 
CLEVELAND 
PMILLIPBTONN 

PHILLIPBTOMN UNIT 

N CALVIN UNIT 
PHILLIPSTOHN U 

GREEN 

METCALF 

CLARK MATERFLOOO 



JOHNSON COOP 
RAHLINSON 7 



MORRIS 
SEIFRIEO «F 



CLEVELAND TAR SPRBS U 
KUTKENDALL 



N PMILLIPBTONN 



CYPRESS 



SAMPLE 



OHARA 
AUX VASES 



T.8S-8E 



36.7S.7EM.88.7El 
*.S|.8E 



28,32,3).1N.SE 
29.in.SE 



1*4 



140* I41S* 10.) 1** 1*0* 2213* 



AUX VASES 9.7S«2E 



AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKV 

BENOIBT 



2«,27,3*,3*»4N.3E 
26,27,S*,3S»«N.SE 



30« 
20 


170« 
441 


*.T 
0.7 


24 


50* 


170* 


40 


sio** 


I.I 


202** 


23 


15*« 


15* 


2043* 


0.4 


133 


15* 


777« 




13* 




1219 




3193 



BENOIBT 34,39>12N.1E,3«I1N«1E 60* <S* 12. S 



20 



MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKV 

BETHEL 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 



MCCLOSKY 
MCCLOSKY 
MCCLOSKY 



CYPRESS 



BEN0I8T 
TRENTON 

BENOIBT 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 



CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 

BENOIST 



30>2N.14U 

1»,21-2N.14« 

30>2N.14W 
6.3N.9E 

»-1n-14n, Jt -2N-1 •« 

2.4N.6E, 35.3N.8E 

12.4N.SE 

II, 12, 14.4N.8E 



1S.4N.9E 



19.20.4N.lE 

1.3N.1N 

6.3N.|E, 31,32«4N.1E 

2U,21,2B,29.4N.IE 

2W2K.29.4N. it 

2S.4N.1E 



35.4N.iE 

54.UN.lt 
2t.-4N.lt 
J».4N.lt 



CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 
BENOIBT 

AUX VASES 
CYPRESS 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
DEGONIA 
TAR SPRINGS 
OHARAL 

OEGUNIA 

TAR SPRINGS 

PCNN 

TAR SPRINGS 

AUX VASES 

PENN 

CYPRESS 

PENN 

OEGONIA 

TAR SPRINGS 

BETHEL 

BIEHL 

CLARK 

BESONIA 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 

OESONIA 

CLONE 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

BETHEL 

TAR SPRINGS 

CLRK.BRDSPT 

BUCHANAN 

OEGUNIA 

PENN 

0E00N1A 



9.3N-1E 

«|3,8,4.SN-1E 

5.3N.1E 

T.4S.14N 
30.38.14W 



*.3S-1U 
2S,3«.3S.|0E 

3*.48.|0E,1.3S.10E, 

3l.4S.llE 
3l-48-UEl36.iiS.lUE 



19.30.4S.14w, 
30.48*1 IE 
31.3S.14W 

1-55.10E.6.5S-11E 

30.3S.ltE 

31-33-14W 
30.48.1 IE 



18.38- HE 
24.3S.14W 



29.3S.14W 
30.3S.1IE 



23.48.10E 
25.4S.1UE 



14, 1 9.49.1 1 t 



40* 



43 



«S* 





82 

10T 

179 

3134* 

911* 






7 
2»* 

* 
139* 
1*3* 




44 

83 

25 

1S59< 

470* 


20** 

1* 

9 


17*9* 
833 
11583 


1 
2 

I 


■ 
,7 
.5 


212 

77« 
5*8 


20* 

18 
9 


101. 
43* 
7332 



7* 



175« 
179 


3575* 
94*5 


8.9 

5.1 


280* 
58* 


175* 

J74 


5575* 
9465 


ISO* 


*8093 

*307* 
220 


8.1 


*542 

1*05 
»3 


ISO* 


4604* 
6502* 
228 


• 

« 
700* 


• 
138 
* 
124*1* 


13.3 

5.4 

19.3 


253 

7 
72 

»13 


80* 

25* 
430* 


1360* 
9 
365* 
8658* 


• 
200* 
273 


• 

12*60* 

2185* 


2.3 

10.2 
U.8 


ms* 

1U73 
*9* 


20* 
200* 
313 


1190* 
6796* 

2U60* 


TO* 
10* 


2378* 
3*5* 


4.3 

0.5 


31* 
15 


70* 
10* 


1365* 
276* 


139 


2259 


4,8 


188 


103 


2150 


S3 


170 


J. 8 


6 


10 


20 


190* 


3724* 


5.0 


427 


4* 


3650* 


630 


3897 


ITS. 7 


6S3 


426 


*46i 


IS 


185* 


6.4 


310 






100** 


3*8* 
2538* 


7.0 


1215 
535 


100* 


2777 
1217* 


81* 


61 

»50 

*20t* 

1102* 


5.0** 


II 

SO 
SO** 


90** 


* 
21*4. 


*0* 
70* 


1*38* 

1104* 


«.6 
3.9 


47 
114 


60* 
70* 


706« 
1U33* 



• 
60* 


213* 
1875* 


2.8 


23 

121 


• 
80* 


113* 
9*2* 


47 


37* 
281*** 


14.0 


185* 
333** 


»S 


146 

1005.. 


638 


3903 


33.8 


4928 


27* 


3035 



114 



in Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR 8TATISTIC8 t*V, v*LUt1 • DEVELOPMENT »8 OF 12-31. 79 • INJECTION HATCH . '", 
>••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•.,...•»•«.•••••< , 

• PIELDi COUNTY • • • • • No. OF . . SOURCE Tr">t • • 

• ............. • PERM* OIL * OATE • DATE * HILLS • ACRES • 8D.AAN0 (F)iFrESH • . 

• PROJ, • OePTH • N|T • FOR • (MD)«6RAV • FIRST • A»n. . • UNOER • 6R4SRAVEL (B)|RR!NE • • 

• NO, • (FT) * FAY » (I) • •(API)« INJ, • *INJ,*FROD a * INJ. * FROOtFROOUCEO (N)»MJKlO * RtMARKB • 

• • • (FT)* ••* • • • • • SHtSMALLO* * • 

OMAN* S, U»LL*TJN, SALINE 

•l'3f 2341 I'.O It, 4 24 47.0 10*60 11.63 t 1 20 TAR SFRlNOS (8) 

OMAHA H, SALINE 

1621 2700 10,0 06-68 1 T 1Q0 PRODUCED (0) *ESTIHATEu 



ORCHAROVlLLE, WAYNE 
«0S0 2SS0 4,0 
4043 2633 lO.O 

ORIENT, FRANKLIN 

HI? 2670 19,0 16,4 



T-7S 

06.65 



TS 



38.4 



TO FR00uCED(6) 

40 SM SO. PROO (M) 



.0 TAR SPRINGS, PROD fb) 



342 


2»41 
2742 


10. 


13.0 




37,0 
1T.0 


12-65 






3 
3 


3 
3 


100 
100 


FENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


• 30T 


2600 


H.2 


19.4 


94 


ST.O 


01-33 


10. 


.66 


9 


4 


396 


FENN SO, 


PROO (9) 


'ANA, CHRISTIAN 


























10T 


1495 


9.0 








3-7T 






1 


2 


40 


PR0DUCE0(8) 


PARKEHSBURS C, EOmAROS 


, RICHLAND 




















*1«SI 


3190 


6,0 








04-69 


02' 


• 69 


1 


3 


80 


FROOUCEO 


rtn 


• 1413 


3U60 


10,0 








01-99 


01' 


• 96 


2 


T 


160 


PRODUCED 


(01 


• 3424 


296U 


19,0 








09-59 


07. 


• 64 


1 


1 


20 


FROOUCEO 


cm 


• 3404 


3130 


6.0 


16.0 


600 




03-39 


IF' 


• 64 


5 


9 


?00 


CYPRtSS, 


PROD (B) 


•»01T 


2770 


14,8 


16,8 


120 


!».2 


02-99 


12' 


• 66 


3 


8 


236 


PENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


PASSPORT, 


i CLAY 


























394 


3025 


10,0 


19.0 


33 


38,0 


06-69 






3 


2 


160 


PFNN SO, 


PROO (B) 


30S 


3000 


9,0 






ST.O 


09-97 






1 


2 


40 


FROOUCEO 


C»i 


32T 


3000 


10,0 


16.9 


911 


38.2 


07-38 






1 


2 


309 


CYPRESS, 


PROD (B) 


FASSFURT 


S, CLAY 


, riChlanu 






















• 341? 


2700 


6,0 


19.0 


60 




07-94 


06' 


• 64 


2 


2 


100 


FENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


PATOKA, 1 


<AR10N, 


CLINTON 






















2634 


1449 


10. 








01-66 






2 


13 


160 


PRODUCED 


(B) 


2614 


3930 


l?,n 


6,0 


1 


43.0 


06-61 






4 


8 


520 


PENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


• 2601 


1410 


V.o 


i».o 


110 


39,0 


09-43 


12-70 


40 


4T 


927 


PRODUCED 


(0) 


2602 


1990 


9,0 


16.8 


223 


40,0 


07-46 






21 


12 


449 


PRODUCED 


cm 


• 2603 


1260 


10,0 


21.0 


32 


I'.O 


08-31 


12' 


•TO 


6 


2 


61 


PRODUCED 


(B) 


FATORA E, 


, MARION 


























2636 


1}40 


19,0 








06-69 






• 


10 


100 






• 2824 


1370 


19,0 


l«.2 


62 


38,6 


06-66 


01-66 


2 


1 


30 


TAR SPR, 


PROD (B) 


2616 


1360 


14,0 








2-69 






♦ 


a 


40 


* 




2631 


1390 


16,0 


20.0 


139 


36,0 


06-69 






T 


14 


190 


TAR SPH, 


PROO (B) 




1469 


11,0 


16,0 


120 










2 


4 


60 






FATOKA S, 


, MARION 


























2640 


1390 


7.0 








10-64 






* 


4 


80 






262T 


1360 


19.1 








08-64 






29 


24 


360 


TAR SPR, 


PROO (B) 


2614 


1496 


16.0 






36.3 


02-64 






7 


19 


200 


TAR SPR, 


PROO (B) 


FHILLIFSTORN C, 


E0WARD8, WHITE 




















4349 


2665 


19,0 






36.9 


04-61 






1 


3 


222 


PENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


4323 


2700 
2629 
2920 


10,0 

6,0 

10.0 








06-68 






1 

1 
1 


2 
2 

3 


10 
10 
40 


PENN SO 


IB) 


423T 


1926 

2300 


16,0 
7,0 






36.0 


12-64 
02-96 






1 


2 


40 

60 


PRODUCED 


(6) 


•ua 


2690 


11.0 


16,0 


90 


36,3 


3-78 






3 


4 


110 


SH SO, FROU ( 




3090 


8.0 


14,0 


220 


18,6 


















44|4 


1939 
2369 


19.0 
*.0 








11-6T 
09-69 






4 
2 


A 
4 


90 
360 


PRODUCED 


(B) 


4432 


1390 


20,0 


20.0 


200 


16,0 


11-73 






13 


36 


150 


RIVER CRAVE 




2300 


20,0 


16,0 


20 














250 








2690 


10,0 


















100 






4244 


1990 
2730 


10.0 
10,0 


11.0 


36 


36,0 


06-69 






2 

2 


4 
4 


90 
60 


FENN SO, 


PROO (B) 


• 4291 


1550 


29,0 


IT, 6 


66 


12,0 


06-91 


11-6) 


9 


9 


180 


TAR SPR, 


PROO IB) 


4344 


1970 


10.0 


16.3 


39 


1T.T 


09.62 






6 


10 


200 


RIVER, PROO (M) 




2300 


8.0 


13.0 


29 


19. T 








2 


3 


70 






• 4344 


2S20 


»0.0 


13.0 


6 


16.0 


11-62 


01-67 


1 


2 


30 


SRAV, PROO 


• 4314 


1624 


12.0 






32.6 


12-64 


06-71 


2 


4 


40 


TAR SPR, 


PROO (B) 


429S 


1330 


19,0 


22.2* 


ITS 




04-70 






2 


T 


60 


SH SO, PROO (M) 




1950 


40,0 


16.5 


21 




01-66 










60 








2610 


14,0 








06-60 


12-65 


4 


T 


HO 








2920 


10,0 








09-60 


12-65 


4 


T 


100 






1024 


3116 


9.0 


12.0 


100 


17,0 


09-64 






2 


3 


140 


PENN SO, 


PROD (B) 


4243 


1997 
2090 
2700 
2603 

2910 
3000 


s.o 

6,0 
14,0 

6,0 
11.0 
12.0 








01-66 






1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 


1 
1 
9 
3 
3 
2 


SO 

so 

60 
60 
50 
60 


PRODUCED 


ctn 


4149 


(700 


10,0 








07-6T 






1 


3 


10 


PURChA|EO ( 


4343 


1642 


I'.O 


16.2 


66 


12.0 


06-62 






2 


2 


90 


FENN SO, 


PROD (6) 




2610 


n.o 


!•■« 


to 










3 


4 


190 






• 4373 


2110 


«.0 


I«.3 


68 


13,9 


10-63 


10-T2 


3 


2 


110 


FENN 80, 


PROO (B) 


4167 


1300 


19.0 








01-71 






2 


3 


20 


PENN SO, PROO, 




1490 


19.0 








07-64 










60 








1970 


16.0 








01-67 










40 






4224 


1400 


10,0 








01-70 






11 


IS 


40 


PENN SANO, 




1990 


16.0 








12-6T 










191 







• tSUMATEU 

•EST,T6.76*A0J,6V OPFRATOR 

• ESTIMTEO SINCE 1972 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL PRIM PROD 1-95 TO 1-56 

•1NCL 3416 
•ESTIMATED 1969-66 



•bSTlMATEOI *8HU ONLY 
•INCL PRIM PROD SINCE 9-57 



•tST »INCL PRIM PROO 



•bSTlMATED SINCt 1971 



•ADJACENT TU ACTIVE *,*,! *E8T 

•EST. ♦ADJ. TO 2631 SINCE 6b 
•EST. SINCE JULY 19T6 



•AOJ.ACT.fcF *EST flNt FRTM 64. T7 

•tSTlMATEu 

•AOJU&TEO BY OPERATOR 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1471 
•ESTIMATED SINCt 1971 



•ESTIMATED SlNCfe 19T9 



•tSTlMATEul *SWO ONLY 



•CLARK, OEG *BETH£L, AU> VASES 
••ALL PAV6 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1971 
•ESTIHATFO SINCE |972 



•NO DATA AVAILABLE 1979 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 

•INCL PRIM PROD SINCE 10*63 
*EST.76.TB,*A0J BY OPERATOR, 



115 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS (M BBlB) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

• * 

• PAT NAME • 



• FIELD, COUNTY 

• •*.».. ....... 

• PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 

• » ■ ABO 

• * ■ P,M, 



PROJECT 
u ■ UNIT 



LOCATION 
8 • T . * 



NATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 
PRODUCTION 



MATE* 
PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM. i TOTAL • CUM, . TOTAL • CUM, • 

• 1979 • 1J/TS . 1979 • 12/79 • 1979 • 12/79 • 



PHILL1PIT0HN C. EOWARBS, WHITE 
CONTJNUtO 

413* GETTY OIL CO 
•4370 GETTY OIL CO 



DENNIS "6" DEEP 






• 4277 

• 4250 

• 4291 

• 434* 
4341 
4417 
4421 
«H5 

• 4294 
4259 



• 4232 
4229 



• 429k 

• 4270 

• 4313 



• 4253 

430k 



JUNIPER PETROLEUM C CLEVELAND 
K H 8 OIL PROP, MSMT»RNO(.D 



KlRBY PETROLEUM 
MOBIL OIL CORP, 
MOBIL OIL CORP, 
I, M, MORRIS E»T 
ELMER M NOVAK 
PAUL ORTMAN 
LOuIS PES8INA 
PHILLIP* P(T, CO 

PHILLIPS PET, CO 
PHILLIPS PET, CO 



»KiLii oil eoftp, 

BUN OIL CO, 



BUN OIL CO, 
BUN OIL CO, 
TElACO, INC. 



MEET DRILLING CO 
NEBT ORlLLlNB CO 



PHILLIPBTOXN B, *MITE 
•431T REB8T0CK OIL CO, 

RACCOON LAKE, MARION 
•2617 TEXACO, INC. 

2626 TEXACO, INC. 



RALEI6H, BALlNE 

• 3613 WALTER OUNCAN 
3617 PARRAR OIL CO, 

•3*09 KEMNEE OIL CO, 

RALEIGH S, SALINE 
1*27 BUPAy OIL CO 
361S HERMAN GRAHAM 

•3604 ILL, H10.C0NT. 
3klk NK PET, CORP, 

RATMONO E, MONTGOMERY 

.2900 OAME PETROLEUM 

RESERVOIR, JEPPERSON 
2UJ0 PRHERS PETM COOP 
2031 BURRELL G. MINOR 

RICHVIEw, WASHINGTON 

4016 NIC" BABARE 
4019 N, A, BAL0RI06E 
4012 C, T, EVANS 

4017 E. H, BElP 
4014 BEORGE THOMPSON 

RITTER N, RICHLANO 
•3430 ZANETIS OIL PROP 

ROACHES N, JEPPERSON 

• 200* TlXACO, INC, 

ROCHESTER, MABASH 
3*70 ASHLAND AND R 



3472 
3»k* 



ASHLAND AND R 
VtNSLlNO OIL, INC 



ROLAND Ci 6ALLATIN, WHITE 

4314 ABBHER OIL CO 
•4439 N, A, BALDRIOSE 



4411 KM, BEC«1» 

4314 imitil RESOURCES 

•4390 ENERGY RESOURCES 

•141S EXXON 

429S (XXON 

4*66 IXXON 



w.P.8.8. UNIT 
GRAYvlLLt U 
N CALVIN 
MORRIS A, B 
N CALVIN BIEHL U 
CECIL k BILLIBON 
PHILLIPSTOnN PlOuD 
KERN U 

LAURA 
PHILLIPSTONN UNIT 



L.O. CLEVELAND 
CANR.RENSHAW 



PHILLIPSTONN u 
PHILLIPSTONN 
PHILLIPSTONN COOP 



FLORA UNIT 
LAURA JOHNSON 



GIVEN.SROWN 

nobiclare.mcclobky U 

RACCOON LAKE UNIT 



SPURLOCK 
RALEIGH UNIT 
RALEIGH U 



HARRISSURS NORTH U 
B. RALEIGH U 
RALEI6H UNIT 
LEITCH ETAL 

poster«poggEnpohl 



mHITBON 
JOHNSN.MULVNY. SLEDGE 



CANTRELL»HARTOCCIO 
RICHVIEN 
RICHVIEN UNIT 
SKIBINSKI 
THQHPSON 



BE OtNtr u 

HOACHES NORTH UNIT 

NORTH ROCHEBTEN U 

ROCHESTER COOP 
KENNARO 



NOKRIS CITY 
PORTER 



CRUIIER-SILLIMAN 
N ROLAND U 
8 ROLAND U 

B, ROLAND 
S.N, ROLAND 

ROLAND AREA U 1 



CLORE 

BETHEL 

AU> VASES 

HCCL08KY 

TAR 8PRNGS 

PENN 

NALTER86URG 

AUX VASES 

BETHEL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

CYPRESS 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

TAR SPRINGS 

AUX VASES 

BETHEL 

PENN 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

TAR SPRINGS 

CLONE 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOBKY 

CLONE 

TAR SPRINGS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

MCCLOBKY 

BEGUNIA 

DE6DNIA 

AUX VASES 

OHARA 



18-48-11* 



36-4S-1UF 
6-4J-iaw 



2k.39.48.10E 

20,2*-3S-l«* 

JO, 31. 38. HE 

19, 30-38. tU 

31-3S-14W 

S1-38.14W 

1», 30. 38. 14. 

33.3k.4S.lOE, 

I.I.BS'IOE 

19.48.1 IF 

30.4S.11EI31-48.14W 



Sk.4S.IOE 

18.4S.14W 



6.9S- lit 
6.98'HE 

1B.4S.14W 



P4.4S.10E 
I9.4S.IIE 



127 



14 



9 


9 


I'.l 


45* 


8 


9« 


448 


4412 


36,6 


1024 


401 


303s 




1791 




tkO 




949 




787 




144 




592 




1196 




42k* 




499 




109* 




3* 






20* 


864* 


1.2 


• 6 


20* 


7S2« 


10. 


147* 


D.3 


61* 


104 


132* 


300* 


384k« 


lu.o 


426 


200* 


2219* 


44 


197U 


6.3 


145 


1 


140 




1*7 




16 




91 


• 


111* 
48 


1U.9 


429 


1 


523 


73 


7J» 


3k. 3 


*«9 


80 


383 




234 




UU 




38 




98 








231 




909 




17 




139 




147l« 




129* 




1009* 


TO* 


49k* 


6.9* 


84* 


145«* 


992. 


S3* 


303* 










40* 


329* 











TAR SPRINGS 11-98-10E 



SPAR MTN 
MCCLOBKY 
CYPRE8S 
BENOIST 



CYPRE88 
CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 



3. IN. IE 
3. IN. IE 



2.88'kE 
3S.78.6E, 2.88'kE 

10, 13, Ik. 88. 6E 



WALTERSBUR6 27-68.6E 
AUX VASES 2Q.8S.6E 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 



MCCL08KY 
MCCLOSKY 



CYPNESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 



SPAR HTN 



20-68. kE 

20. 21, 26,29. 8S« kE 



15.22.1UN.4n 



21.|9.3E 
28,33.1S.3E 



2-2S-1W 
1-18-tw 
2'28'IW 

10.2S.14W 
33.lS.t.l2«2S-l« 



1S.3N.1E 
3,8.|S.1E 

lt.14.2S.13w 



PENN 

WALTERSBURG 

PENS 14.I8.I3W 

PENN 14.2S.13W 

WALTERSBURG 



HARUINBBURG 11, 14.88. BE 

WALTERSBURG li.7S.AE 

CYPRESB 

AUX VASE8 

MARDInSBUMG 3k.9B.8E 

AUX VASES 

CYPREBB 

AUX VASES 

AUX VASES 



39.6S.SCl2-7S.BE 

10, 11-78. 8E 



16,11,22.78.88 

WALTERSBURG 14, 19, 16.7S.8E 

AUX VASE8 

CYPRESS l,11.78.8E 

BETHEL 
AUX VASES 



619* 



S8» 



204* 





1644 




1*7 




1909 


348 


4236 

909 


6.6 


•a 


369 


546} 


70* 


167* 
5111* 

1874 


3.6 


93* 

994 
262 


70* 


62* 
795. 

96« 


• 
lkS« 

20« 


204* 
301k* 
124k* 
1329* 


0.1 
10.0 

U.7 


k 
294 

64* 
116 


• 
165* 

20* 


38* 
2284< 

800. 
309. 



15« 



10* 


405* 
535* 


0.5 
4.U 


65* 

91* 


ID* 

ill* 


403* 
535* 


*5« 

190* 

611 
10* 
79« 


434* 
3203* 
8334 

426* 
3249« 


2.0 
W,B 
6,4 
0.4 
6.2 


49 
549 
45U« 

47 

337 


2S* 

130* 

231 
10* 
75* 


349* 
2953* 
2946 

i*l* 

3114* 




u 




5 




54 




29*0 




SO 




2U*1 





19*0 




10 




2U*1 


• 


3990 


• 


49* 


• 


1664 


209* 

* 


8k29* 
11392** 


U.9 

* 


2*7 
7*3* 


205* 

* 


2U79* 
4565** 


8* 


k28* 
5*1 


0.2 


65 
3* 


6* 


215* 
911 


29* 
12* 


60S* 
1*2* 

9*1* 


2.4 

0.7 


53 

11 
87 


15* 

12* 


806* 

177* 
707* 


1029 


1983* 
31(4* 


32.9 


1*8 
161* 


487 


89k 
1*899 


414 


4903 


40.4 


1540 


716 


9D52 



116 



iii Illinois, 1 979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTIC* (AV, VALUE) 



development *• or 11.31.79 



INJICTIUN RATER 



• FIELD, COUNTY 



PROJ. 
NO, 



depth 

(FT) 



« • • • t nq, or » • source type 

• P|»M» OIL • DATE • DATE • MILL! * »C»ES • SU.8AN0 (F) (FRESH 

NIT * FOR • CMO)«BBAV • FIRST • ASO, • • UNDER • BM(8Ravh (K)tSRlNl 

PAY • (I) • O(APX)* INJ. « •iNj.iPROO,* INJ, • PROOfPRODUCEO (N)("I»ID 

(FT)* ••• • • • • • SNvSHALLOH 



PHILLIP8TONN C, 
CONTINUED 

1*1* IOJJ 



• 4JT0 



44JS 



• 4277 

• 41S0 

• AlSt 

• Alt* 
A14I 
AA1T 
»«il 
•111 

••ass 

• HI 



• «1SI 
4229 



• Hi* 

• AITO 

• 4J13 



• 4293 

»30» 



ISA) 

isso 

SOAO 
1294 

tsoo 

12*0 

1*00 
ISAO 

1*50 

IS JO 

iroo 
isoo 
isso 
isso 

2JS0 
t«90 

(SOO 
ISSO 
ISOO 
8930 
IJOO 
1019 
18*1 
J040 
1000 
HAS 
ISOO 
1900 
3050 
1000 
19S0 
1**0 
30J9 



EDWARDS, NMJTI 



8.0 
15.0 

29. o 

13.0 

10.0 

».o 

».o 

10,0 
11.0 

27.4 

11.0 
10,0 

**.o 

10,0 
19.0 
13.0 
l*.0 
10.0 
AT.O 
|S,0 

a«.o 
it. o 

10,0 



FHILL1FST0NN S, 
• 4S3T 1320 



IS.O 

*.o 

10.0 
10.0 
W.O 
10,0 
10,0 

n.o 

20,0 

*.o 

10,0 

wmITE 
11.0 



4016 


1900 20,0 


»0l! 


148U 20,0 


4011 


14S9 13,0 


AOIT 


14S0 29,0 


4014 


1«T7 20,0 


RITTER n, 


RICHLANO 


• 3430 


31*0 4,0 



ROACHES N, JEFFERSON 
•2009 1930 10, T 



ROCHESTER, WABASH 



3970 



3971 
39SS 



1289 

1960 
1289 

IJSO 
1990 



li.O 
20,0 
K.O 

JO.O 
20.0 



I*. 3 

18.0 
J9.9 
18.4 



20.0 
13.0 



|8.2 

I'.O 



18.1 



RACCOON LAKE, MARION 

•2617 1900 6,* |4,0 
1919 9,1 11,0 
2*26 1690 19.0 
1730 19,0 

RALtUM, SALINE 

*3*19 1990 10,0 

3617 1993 14,0 

•3609 1949 (0,0 24,0 

RALEI6H S, SALINE 

3627 1090 13,0 

3611 1140 (1,9 18,4 

•3604 2890 19,0 

3616 1890 19,0 13.0 

RAYMOND t, MONTGOMERY 

•2900 999 6,0 

RESERVOIR, JEFFERSON 

2030 2710 14,0 

2031 1740 11,0 

RICHVIEn, WASHINGTON 



I'.O 
18,9 



1T.0 
l*.0 



ROLANQ Ci 8ALL»TIN, WHITE 



«3l* 
• 44J9 



2373 

1190 
1600 
1900 

8613 1636 

6316 1990 

•6390 1690 

1990 

•1*1* »9I0 

•158 1179 
1900 

4166 1700 
1771 
1900 



•.0 

11.0 
18.0 
10,0 
1*,0 
10.0 

*.o 

10,0 
19,0 
18.0 

ia.o 

20,0 

«.o 

8.0 



18.0 



18.1 

I*. 9 

18.6 
!>.* 
19.* 







12-47 




3 


4 


80 






18.0 


09-71 


07-72 


1 
2 
2 


I 
2 
1 


J7 

37 
37 


FINN 80, FROD (•) 




3T.9 


4-79 




1 


4 


30 


FURCHASEDfM) 


166 




11-67 




8 


13 


70 
30 


FINN SANO,FR00(B) 


100 












70 




190 


38.0 


06-96 


11-63 


9 


12 


170 


FENN SO, FHOO (B) 


64 




08-94 


07-69 


2 


4 


60 


FRODuCEO (8) 




32.8 


09-91 


01-61 


9 


4 


60 


SH SO. FROO (Hj 






08-63 


12-69 


3 


4 


40 


»H SO (F) 




32,0 


6-63 




3 


3 


30 


FRODUCEO (S) 




34,0 


06-71 




I 


6 


40 


FROOUCED 






02-68 




3 


17 


240 


PRODUCIP(B) 




36,0 


03-66 




3 


3 


30 


NELL, FROO (M) 


40 








2 


4 


90 




46 


37,0 


03-92 


01-66 


2 


1 


40 


FROOUCIO (B) 






08-71 




• 


4 


60 


PRODUCED (B) 






10-97 




6 




60 








10-97 




2 




SO 








11-99 


01-96 


1 


2 


30 


FENN SAND (B) 




36,0 


01-68 




1* 


4 


60 
20 
60 








12-99 


06-60 


1 


3 


90 


PRODUCED (8) 




34.9 


01-93 


06-94 


1 


4 


10 


FRODUCEO (8) 


7 


36.3 


01-69 


01-72 


4 


3 


70 


FROOuCEO (8) 


31 








4 


3 


70 










06-70 


4 


4 


60 




100 


37,0 


09-93 


06-76 


2 


3 


70 


FRODUCEO (B) 






08-69 




1 
I 

1 


2 
2 

1 


40 

40 
30 


FROOUCED (8) 


33 




12-62 


07-76 


2 


J 


60 


SH SO (F) 


1*9 


36,0 


07-61 


12-74 




J 




PRODUCED (B) 


292 


















39,0 


03-69 


03-69 


2 

1 


3 

1 


120 
70 


PRODUCED (6) 




32,0 


09-66 


U-74 


1 


1 


20 


PENN 80. FROO (B) 




33,7 


09-62 




l» 


14 


3S0 


CYPRESS. FROO (B) 


471 


39,0 


10-60 


12-66 


3 


4 


70 


FAINT C«, PROD (B) 






01-79 




1 


2 


60 


FFNN(B) 


130 


38,0 


06-66 




J 


4 


80 


FENN SO. FROO IB) 


176 


40,4 


12-60 


01-70 


1 


3 


40 


FENN 80. FROO (B) 




18,0 


03-64 




3 


1 


no 


FROOUCED (8) 



21.0 117 34.0 



1«.8 134 



100 

too 

190 
200 



30 



81 
279 

69 
II 

16 



34,1 08-34 11-67 



1U-64 
6-66 



09-71 

03-70 

10-68* 

01-71 

04-63 



40,1 



36,6 



17,0 106 36,0 



38,8 09-64 12-69 

37,2 08-60 10-73 



07-60 



30,9 01-60 
33,0 07-60 
37,0 



10-64 

01-61 09-76 



03-63 

06-70 

04-70 10-77 



40,0 
31,0 
J'.O 
11,6 06-66 



06-99 01-76 
06-99 



3 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 

2 

T 

1 

13 



6 

10 

8 

I 

7 



18 



6 
I 
2 
I 

3 
6 
3 

I 

13 

6 
18 



20 



90 
90 



70 

140 

47 

20 

100 



160 
460 



60 
90 
70 
SO 
SO 



110 

30 

40 

40 

280 

ISO 

60 

60 

120 

360 

110 

490 

110 

410 



FENN SO. FROO (B) 



PRQOuCEO(R) 
PRQDuCEO(B) 



TAR SPR. PROOXB) 

TAR SPR (B) 

TAR SPR, FROD (B) 

TAR SPR. FROO (B) 



FENN SANO,PROD(B) 
FROOUCEO(B) 

6RAVEL BED (F) 

6RAV, FROO (Ml 
SH SO, GRAY (F) 



|M SANO IF) 
FROOUCED(B) 



PRODUCED (B) 
FENN SO (8) 
FENN SO (8) 

FENN SO (8) 

FENN SO. PROD (B) 

FENN 10. FNOD (B) 



•INCL OFFSET INJECTION 77-76 



•INCL FRIH FROD 1931-1961 

•NO DATA SINCE |964 

•ESTIMATED 

•EST>*AOJ TO ACT. WP SINCE 196* 

•ESTIMATED SINCE |978 



•INJECTION OIBC, 10-78, 



•INJ SINCE 1979 ONLY 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATEOI *1NCL ALL FAYS 



•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATED 
•ESTIMATED SINCE 1969 



•SUBSURFACE INJ DISC, 10-79 
•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 1466-1969 
•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATED 



•EST, «INCL, PRIM SINCE 64 
•EST,»INCL PRIM SINCE 66 



•LSTIMATEO 

•ESTIMATED 

•INCL PRIM PRUO SINCE 3-66 

•ADJ TO ACTIVE MP, DATA EST 

•ESTIMATED 



•DATA NOT AVAILABLE 1979 

•ESTIMATED SINCE |97T 
•ESTIMATEOI *N0 DATA SINCE 1973 



•fcSTlMATEO SINCE 1972 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1972 
•ESTIMATED 72-77 

•NO INJ SINCE 1973 



117 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

• PRODUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS (H SBLS) • 



8ENERAL INFORMATION 



FlILO, COUNTY 



PROJICT NO,, 
t ■ AID 
♦ ■ P.H. 



OPIRATOR • 



MOJtCT 
U ■ UNIT 



• RAT NANl • 



LOCATION 
I ■ T • R 



WATIR 

INJICTION 



OU 



WATER 

PRODUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUM, • TOT«l • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, * 

• MM • |»/T4 • 1479 * U/T9 • 197* • it/11 • 



ROLAND c, 6ALLATIN, WHITE 
CONTINUID 
• «)» FARRAR OIL CO, 

«s** fear and Duncan 

•41*1 P, J, PLIMINg 

««141 T, W, SEORSE EAT, 

• 4134 HUMBLE AND R 

4179 LOOK OIL CO 

•4I4T I. P, MOHAN, INC 

•1446 MURVIN OIL CO, 
441* MURVIN OIL CO, 



•440T NAPCO 
4403 NATIONWIDE ENEHOY 



MA8TIN 
MO|LIY*SREIR 

OOIRNIR UNIT MP 
PANKEV.HOOREHEAD UNIT 
(TOKIS U 

ATCMLIY 
NORRIB CITY 

ROLAND POOL U 
ROLAND 



HUGHEB PLOOD 
ROLAND U 



•441* DEnnJI PAInI COLLINB«ANOERBON 
4411 PITRO INTERNATIONAL 6ENTRT 1 LOWRY 



4110 REBSTOCK OIL CO, 



•1*11 

• 411* 

• 41*1 
4321 



NOYALCO, INC, 
ROYALCO, INC, 
BHeLL OIL CO, 
JOE BIMPKINS OIL 



4114 BUN UIL CO, 



4244 BUN OIL CO, 



BEN AMIR LIPI 



OMAHA U 
I. ROLAND 
IRON UNIT 
ROLAND POOL U 



ROLAND POOL U AREA II 



ROLAND WgBT U 



•41*0 UNION OIL CALIF, STOKES«BROnNBVILLE U 
43*1 UNION UIL CALIF. WALNUT SROVE U 



•1*31 wAUSAU PET, CORP 



RUARK, LAWRENCE 
12*7 HEPCO.INC, 
119! OLD* OIL ( CMEM, 

RUARK M, LANRENCE 

218* HlRMAN LOEB 
•12*3 E B REYNOLOS EBT, 
•2290 JOE WILLIAMS 

RURAL MILL N, HAMILTON 
•1919 ACME CABINS 

ST FRANCIBVILLE, LAWRENCE 

22*3 HAROLO BHINKLET 
•21TB LOfiAN UIL CO, 
•222* OIL RECOVERY, INC 



60BSITT 



RUARK ttF U 
KlNB UNIT 



w. RUARK t 

WIRTH 

m H PROUT 



MOORE UNIT 



PEPPLE ANO MOOUY 

NlLBQN •»' 

*T FRANCIBVILLE 



ST, FRANCIBVILLE E, LAWRENCE 

•221* BAUER BROTHER* ALL STATES LIFE 



BT JACOB, MAOISON 
190* BELLAIR OIL 
2903 WARRIOR OIL CO, 
2909 WARRIOR OIL CO, 

ST JAMES, PAYETTE 

U3S N. A, SALORIOBE 

1149 N, L. 6EL0IN 

1290 w, L. BILOIN 

1193 H-S-C. CORP 

1240 MARATHON OIL CO, 

•1*21 HENRY ROSENTHAL 

1191 HENRY ROSENTHAL 

111* TEXACO, INC, 

STE MARIE, JASPER 
•1*11 MURVIN OIL CO, 
•1*09 J. R, RANOOLPH 
•1923 S AND M OIL CO, 
•1920 C, R, NlNN 



ELLIS HP 

TRENTON LIME UNIT 

S, ST, JACOB UNIT 



WILLIAM BMAIL 

ST JAMfS 

ST JAMIB NORTH 

SMITHaSTtPHENS 

ST, JAHIS 1-C 

WASHBURN 

WASHBURN 

ST, JAMIB HP 



STI. MARIE 
STE. MARIE HP 
STI MARII U 

MADE 1 



I. 



sailor sPRiNSs c, Clay, efpnsham, jasper 

3S9 ABGO OIL OP; C a JLTf AUH.HEOLI y 



AU« VASES 

TAR SPRINSS 

HALTERSBUR6 

CYPRESS 

HAROINSBURB 

CLORE 

CVPRIBS 

BITHIL 

RITHEL 

CYPRESS 

BETHtL 

AUK VABIS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

BETHtL 

AUX VABIS 

BITHIL 

TAR SPRINBS 

CYPRESS 

CLORE 

WALTERSBUR6 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUK VASES 

WALTERSBURO 

AUX VASES 

MAROINSBURC 

HALTERSBURB 

BETHEL 

AUX VASE8 

CLORE 

WALTERSBURG 

TAR SPRINSS 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

CYPRESS 

BETHEL 

AUX VASES 

SPAR HTN 

HAROINSBURB 

TAR SPRINSS 
CYPRESS 
PAINT CREEK 
BETHEL 
AUX VASES 
OHARA 
SPAR HTN 
HCCLOSKY 
CYPRESS 



IJ.78.8f 

19'kS'tE 

ll.13-TS.4E 

17,10.7*.*E 

9 ,•.**•*! 

17.*».»C 

3J.48.6C 

14.7S.4E 
13,14, 14.7S.8C 



4,*.kS«9E 

1, ll,13-71»«E 



J6.78-8E 
lJ.b8.8E 



1.78-8C 



110* 

»»• 

30* 


**!• 
*0*« 
149* 
99* 
799 
*99* 
771 


7.7 
2.9 

1.* 


72 

71 
BO 

941 

39 

19 


HO* 
99* 

30* 


449* 
933* 
BBS* 

1270 
404* 


100* 


1307* 
1S*S* 


*•• 


97« 

ITS 


10Q. 


311* 

1403* 


l«0« 


434 
3979* 


7.9 


14 
2*7 


1*0" 


1** 
1334* 


SO* 


t*3« 

1713* 


4.7 


42* 

137* 


80* 


• l* 
1239* 


1*0* 


3217* 


3.3 


143 


ISO* 


24*** 



20, 21, 28,29. 7j. IF 
2,3.7S'SE 

»J,SO,13.»8.8E 

10.ll.7S.8E 



1,1,11,1!, 13, 14.7S.8E 
3t.48.8C 



12070 
1702 
1*911 
SO* 10*7* 4,7 



',9>7S>SE 



J*.3S-8t,Jl, J2.94-9C, 
1,1!,12«***8E,*>*S.*E 
7, 8,17, 18, 19. 6*. 4C 



19, 10.7S.BE 

18.TS.8l 



PENN 7-1N-12W 

BIEHL B.2N.11M 



BETHEL 12.13.2N.13W 

BETHEL lJ.2N.iJw 
BETHEL 12-2N.1JW 



CYPRESS 34, 39.98. SE 



BETHEL 19.10.2N.uw 
BETHEL 20.2N-11H 
BETHEL 20.2N.11W 



BETHEL 22.2N.uw 



TRENTON 27>3N.*W 

TRENTON I3,1»,II,17.JN.»W 

THINTON 17.JN.4W 



CYPREBB tl,3*.*N.2E 

CARPER 29>kN.(I,30.*N.3E 

CARPER I9.JP.4N.JE 

CYPRESS 31.4N.JE 

CYPRIBB 3fe.4N.IE, 30,31«*N.3E 

CYPRESS JO-kN-JC 

CARPER 30«*N.3I 

CYPRUS 2J.4N.it, JO, 31. 4N.JC 



SPAR MTN 7-3N-UE 

HCCLOSKY «,*,7,8.«.N.l«w 

HCCLOSKY 1-9N-10K fe.'N.ltf 

MCCLOSMY 9.4.9N-14W 



CYPRESS 12-Jn.tc 
SPAR HTN 



9*9 3S96 

107 419 

1194 4310 

140 SO* 1177* 



349S 91*78 



*1.1 



403 977* 10.9 



34** 



3*9 



1179 19411 



901 34** 



1*3** 224U 9*07 

14*8 1841* *0.3 17(9 19** 13*01 



**3 



81 



331* 



119 



200* 
1* 


U9S* 
9k 


10 



.9 
9 


1*1 
3 


100* 
9 


4*4* 

13 


30« 

4 


fefelj* 

* 
• 

193* 


1 


1 


»84 
34* 
31* 

210 


30* 


4111* 

100* 

944 


• 


7*7* 

31 

90 




• 


19* 


• 


111* 






11*3 



*0* 


111** 


9.** 


119* 


*0* 


U*»* 


»»1* 


89*9* 


lt.l 


*3* 


271* 


93*9* 


111 


3184 


*.o 


102 


1*7 


2902 


89* 


1031* 


*.* 


240 


(9* 


2719* 


17 


4*7 


•■1 


T7« 


17* 


9*7* 


21* 


1*7* 


«.l 


131* 


Ilk* 


2*Tk* 


100* 


***** 


II. > 


Ml 


300* 


*(*»• 


41* 


10397 


44,0 


1473 


*30 


7*49 




1000* 




!*•• 




1000* 


1*0* 


373*. 


7.2 


104 


2*0* 


1913* 


4*4 


733* 


9.1 


444 


499 


7339 




t 




12* 




• 




1900 




191 




*1 




1*10 




78 




117 




»37 




SI 




479 



30* 



*30* 



4.7 



30* 



430* 



118 



ill Illinois, I 979 continued 

• RESERVOIR 8TAU6TIC8 (AV, VALUE) 



DEVELOPMENT *8 OF 12-31*79 



INJECTION RATER 



• MILD, COUNTY 



NO, 



DEPTH 
CTJ 



• * • • • NO, Of * * SOURCE TYPE 

• R|RM* OK • OAT| • DATE . WILLS * ACRE* • SOaSANO (F)|FRC|H 
N|T • PQR • CM0)*6RAV * FIRST * ABO, • • UNDER * GRl.RAVEL (BUBRlNE 
RAY • (I) • .(API). 1NJ, • .INJ,.P»OD.. ]NJ, • P«OU»P«UOuC t (M)«Ml»EO 
(FT). ••* • • • • • SHllMALlOR 



ROLANO Ci 

CONTINUED 

'«!» 

4396 

• 4361 

• 4242 

• 4259 
4STI 

• 4347 

• 1446 
4419 



GALLATIN, wHITf 



• 440T 
4401 



• 4416 
4421 

4StO 



•1411 
• 431S 

•41*1 
41It 



• ill 



4(44 



• 4lk0 
4369 



•1*53 



2670 
till 

2200 
tkto 

2930 

1991 
2669 

2*00 
2T9U 
29*0 
2TS0 
2260 
2T40 
2*00 
260U 
2920 
2799 
2)10 

mo 

I960 
1119 
2620 

2(00 
2*00 
16*9 
2*39 
2900 
I19U 
2T40 
!8TU 
190U 
2200 
2290 
1900 
IT90 
2900 
2620 
2729 
2929 
3000 
2626 

2300 
2640 
2790 

taso 

2900 
2940 

297U 
3060 
IS90 



18.0 
10,0 
11.0 

30.0 

11. » 

12.0 

9.0 

)0.0 

16.0 

•.0 

1,0 

U.O 

14.0 

10,0 

U.O 

•.0 

H.o 

U.O 
10,0 

6,0 

12.0 

9,0 

1.0 

1,0 

14,0 

30,0 

39.0 

U.O 

10,0 

19,0 

«.0 

u.o 

7.0 
11.0 
14,0 
21.0 
U.O 

«.o 

19,0 



U.4 

10,9 
10,0 
22,0 

10,0 

J.o 

5.0 

».s 

12.0 



23.9 

U.O 
U.O 
H. • 



19.2 



H.7 
19.1 

U.J 

12.0 
19.0 

17.6 



14,0 
11. 
16,9 



19.0 J7.0 



U.O 
17.0 



T7 

31,0 
16 
296 39.1 
32,0 



14,0 39 31.0 



37.0 



31 



190 
264 

7J 
TO 
229 37,2 
4 39,6 

192 37,0 



34 37.0 
99 

106 



60 
90 



06-73 
02-62 
06-62 

10-96 
07-94 
06*67 
07-66 

01-70 

04-69 



04-63 

01-67 
03-69 

01-70 
02-64 
01-71 

10-61 



01-68 
12-91 
12*66 

10-66 

06-74 



01-72 



04-79 



03-53 04-7} 

12-61 07-69 

12-50 04-66 
07-69 



04-68 



nj-66 



06-59 01-67 
02-67* 



1 
1 
4 
2 
7 
2 
2 
4 
R 
• 
2 
6 
3 
T 
2 
1 
I 
3 
3 
2 
4 
1 
4 
1 

16 
2 

20 
4 
4 
6 

36 



31 
14 



3 
2 

4 
2 
10 
1 
2 

4 
U 

3 

3 

16 
2 

10 
6 
1 
2 
4 
3 
I 
4 
1 
4 
1 

IT 
2 

24 
6 
6 
6 

32 



31 
34 



11.9 10 31.0 07-64 09-70 



40 

10 

10 

40 

170 

20 

40 

60 

200 

50 

50 

260 

60 

230 

10 

20 

30 

70 

60 

30 

•0 

20 

10 

20 

336 

R60 

4«0 

160 

160 

110 

120 

440 

90 

400 

530 

150 

200 

160 

160 

40 

1142 

300 
302 
100 
449 
271 
100 
*00 
63 
100 



RROOuetD(B) 
PRODUCED (6) 
RtNN 60, PROD (2) 
TAR 1PR. RROD (1) 
PRODUCED (•) 
PALESTINE. RROQ («) 
PENN lANO(F) 

PENN 20 (B) 
PRODUCED (B) 



PRODUCED (B) 
FAR SPRlNBS (B) 



PRODUCED (61 
PRODUCED (0) 

FRESH, RROO («) 



PRODUCED (t) 
1M 80, RROU (M) 
CYPRESS, RROO (B) 
PENN SANO (6) 



"ELL, RROO CM) 



RENN So (B) 

RCNN SO, RNOU (B) 
PRODUCED (B) 



RCNN 80, RROO IB) 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIHATEO SINCE 1*70 
•ESTIMATED 

• ESTIMTlU, P.'. 

•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 



•ESTIMATED 6INCE 1971 



•NO PRODUCTION, 19T9 
•EST .InCL RR1M RROU 

•ESTIMATED SINCE 1973 



•ESTIMATED 



•UNJT EFFECTIVE T.6* 



RUARK, LAURENCE 
226T 1640 
3299 1503 



S.O 
T.O 



16,0 105 



33,6 
33,0 



RUARK w, LAURENCE 

2224 22B0 (7,0 16,0 
•3293 2234 11,0 
•3290 2360 10,0 

RURAL HILL N, HAMILTON 

•1919 2400 10,0 13,1 



ST FRANCI2VILLC, 

2263 1640 

•2278 1290 

•222B 1869 



100 36,0 



LANRENCE 

12.0 

10,0 18,9 69 

12,0 17,9 4] 



T JACOI, 


MA0I20N 




2906 


2)40 


20,0 


6,0 


2903 


2591 


19.T 


9.6 


3905 


2)20 


12.0 


9.6 


T JAME6, 


FAYETTE 




1232 


1560 


U.O 


30,0 


1249 


31)0 


42,0 




1290 


3100 


30,0 




125S 


1600 


10.0 




1240 


1600 


33.0 


U.o 


•1222 


1595 


30,0 




1251 


io*u 


45,0 


U.o 


1219 


1600 


15,4 


19,6 



41,0 
58,0 



8T. FRANCISVILUE (, LAWRENCE 
• 3218 1740 37,0 U.O 



150 



350 



)S,6 

57,0 
36.0 



)T.6 



)«.o 



76 57,0 



3TI MARJC, JABRER 
•19|2 2910 10,0 
•1905 2260 7,0 
•1923 2850 6,0 
•1920 2222 5,0 



15,0 300 



56,3 

39,0 
JT.O 



04-63 
4-TT 



06-65 

08-65* UT-T3 
01-67 1-T7 



22 )5.5 05-60 01-69 



04-62 

11-64 |2-66 

12-50 06-54 



40 36,9 11-57 11-78 



BAILOR 8RRIN2S C, CLAY, EFPnBhah, JABRER 
3B5 2600 12,0 
2970 2,0 



11*69 
06-62 

U-69 



07-63 
12-69 

01-66 
01-61 
06-63 
03-34 
04-68 
03-63 



11*61 
10-48 
04-66 

01-66 



6-36 



12*62 



12*65 

12*60 
12*73 

08-76 



30 



15 
2 
2 



7 
10 

6 



6 
5 
6 
U 
22 
9 
5 
9 



6 

14 

7 

2 



56 

40 



370 
30 
30 



140 



30 
30 
30 



160 



250 
442 

180 



50 
60 
ISO 
175 
98S 
100 
90 
200 



160 
400 
140 

60 



60 
50 



2M 80 (R) 

8H.SU 



TAR BRR. RROO (B) 



PRODUCED (91 



BRAY, RROO (Ml 
CYRRESB (8) 

SH SO. RROO (H) 



RIVER GRAVEL CF) 



»h SO. RROD (H) 
AUS YASI8. RROO (B) 
AUX VA|EB, RROO (B) 



PRODUCED (81 

PRUOUCEO (B) 

PRODUCED (81 
PROOUCED(B) 

PRODUCED (91 

PRODUCED (81 

PROOUCED (B) 

PRODUCED (B) 



CYPRE38 (B) 
CYPREBS (B) 

GRAVEL BED (F) 
RIVER GRAVEL CF) 



RRODUCED(B) 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1973 



•ESTIMATED 1979 

•tST.**INUO« in active rf 
• ADJ ACTIVE MF,NO INJ ♦EST 



•NO DATA SINCE 1973 



•6STIMATE0 SINCE 1973 
•EST. SINCE 1979 



•ESTIMATED SINCE 1*71 

•INCL PRIM PROD SINCE 1*66 *EST 

•E8T,*INC PhIM.PROO, 

•ESTIMATED 

•1959-1963 EBTlMAlEO 
•ESTIMATED SINCE |97S 



•O.F,,UNKNO«N7 *DATA E9TIMATE0 



•tST.*IhCL PRIM SINCE 66 



119 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION AND INJICTION STATISTICS (M bB t S) • 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

OPERATOR 



PROJECT NO, 

• * AID 

♦ • P,N, 



PROJECT 
U ■ UNIT 



• PAY NAM! • 



LOCATION 
■ • T . » 



HATER 

INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



• ATE* 
PR00UCTION 



* TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL « CUM, t TOTAL • CUN, * 

• KM t |8/T4 • l»T* • ll/T* • 1ST* • 11/79 • 



SAILOR SPRINGS C. CL»Y. EFPNGMAM, JASPER 



CONTINUED 

3*3 A68H6R OIL CO 

• lit AlHLAND ANO R 
3TT AlHLAND AND R 

• 341 SANGER! CASING 
ITO GANGERT CAtlNl 
386 BANCERT CAIINO 

110* NN, BECKER 

• 30* CITIES SERVICE 



S3* 
3SS 

1101 

111* 

37* 

at 
m* 

* 310 

* 33t 

tut 

32* 

33* 

* 1107 

32« 



319 
3»7 
HIT 
110* 
312 
391 

• 31! 

• 3JJ 

• 31* 

• 34* 

• Sll 

• 336 
333 

» 361 
3S3 

• 3b* 

• 340 
321 

• 333 
371 

• 343 
36* 
369 
379 
341 
3S0 

• 315 

• 314 

• 325 

• 367 
360 



NALTER DUNCAN 
HALTER DUNCAN 
HALTER OUNCAN 
HALTER OUNCAN 
J, C, FRANKLIN 

J, C, FRANKLIN 
J, C, FRANKLIN 
SULF OIL CO 
6ULP OIL CO 
SUL' OIL CO 
C.O. HASAN 



OUFF 

E. FLORA 

I N KECK LEASE 

STASER U 

ARHSTRONC U 

OUFF 

ROSICLARE LINE UNIT 

HYATT 

fiOULD UNIT 
H.D.LEHIS 
BRINK 
KLUTHE 
NH CLAY 

DICKEY 

REINHART, STORTZUN 

R. KECK 

SAILQ* SPRINGS UNIT 

F H KLUTHE 

SAILOR SPRINS8 



JET OIL CO, BIBLfc 6*0VE UNIT 
JET OIL CO, BLUNT COHM U 
JUNIPER PETROLEUM C N SAILOR SPRINGS 



364 K k B OIL PROP, MGMT00LD8BY«N!l80N 

375 K H B OIL PROP, HBHTPATTON*SHITH U 
1100 KEn.TEX BIBLE GROVE 



•1103 KInCnOOO OIL CO, 



LADD PETROLEUM 
LADO PETROLEUM 
LADD PETROLEUM 
HERMAN LOEB 
MAC OIL COMPANY 
MAC OIL COMPANY 
H, C, MCBRIOE 
H, C. MCBRIOE 
N, C, MCBRIOE 
H, C, HCBRIDI 
MCCOLM, KINCAIO 
MCCOLM, KINCAIO 
MCCOLM, KINCAIO 
MCCOLM, KINCAIO 
MCCOLM, KINCAIO 
MCKINNEY,FUNOERB 
MOBIL OIL CORP, 
BERNARD PODOLSKY 
BERNARD POOOLSKY 
BERNARD PODOLSKY 
RAY'ORER OIL CO, 
C D HEED 

E I REYNOLDS EST, 
ROBISON OIL CO, 
HUBEHT ROSE 
SHAKESPEARE OIL 
SHULMAN BROTHERS 
IHULMAN BROTHERS 
SHULMAN BROTHERS 
SO, TRIANGLE CO. 
TEXACO, INC. 



361 TEXACO, INC. 
391 TEXACO, INC, 
1115 R, 0, HILSON II 



NADLER AND JOEROENS 

SAILOR SPRINGS U 

A.J.LEHIS 

J HABBE 

BIBLE GROVE U.SD.U, 

BIBLE HP UNIT 

CARTER 

GOlOSBT*0!CKKV 

OUFF.KECK 

BOTMxELL 

OEMART 

SAILOR SPRINGS 

NORTH HOOSIER UNIT 

BIBLE GROVE *' UNIT 

HARDIN 

CHL0RS«H4LL*HARD>H«RM 

SPARLIN 

NORTH HOOSIEH u 

BUCK CREEK U 

C, BQHERS 

E FLORA 

HASTINGS 

MCCOLLU" 

STORCK 

BATEMAN,CROUSE,HURKMN 

BATEMAN UNIT 

STANFORD UNIT 

COLCLASURE ANO HARDY 

NEFF 

LEmIS«CYPRESS 

SAILUR SPRINGS 

NORTH BIBLE GROVE U 

N G LANOHEHR 

HASCHER 

KLUThE»STOHTIUM>LAkE 



SALEM 


C, JEFFERSON, 


2618 


T, L. CLARK 


• 2612 


EDO OIL 


CO 


• 2624 


ESO OIL 


CO 


• 2633 


EIO OIL 


CO 


• 2006 


EXXON 




2010 


EXXON 




• 2604 


TEXACO, 


INC, 


2603 


TEXACO, 


INC, 


2606 


TEXACO, 


INC, 


2*07 


TEXACO, 


INC, 


2604 


TEXACO, 


INC. 


16)6 


TEXACO, 


INC, 


•2637 


TEXACO, 


INC, 



MARION 



SAMSVILLE N, EDmARDS 
•1010 ASHLAND o AND R 

SCHNELL, RICHLAND 
3434 UNION OIL CALIF. 

SEHINARY, RICHLAND 
•3410 R, JOHNSON 



PHELP8«HALNUT HILL U, 

SEBASTIAN 

LUTTRELL 

BURGE 

OIX R, ANO PH, 

SALEH CONS 

ROSICLARE SANO UNIT 

SALEM UNIT 

SALEM UNIT 

SALEM UNIT 

SALEM UNIT 

SAlEH U 

SALEM U 



HEST SALEM 



SCHNELL CONSUL 



CYPRESS 

MCCLOSKY 

HCCLOIKY 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

SPAR MTN 

AUX VASES 

SPAR MTN 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

TAR SPRINGS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 

SPAN MTN 

CYPRESS 

AUX VASES 

CYPRESS 

SPAN MTN 

MC CLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

SPAR MYN 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

MCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

CYPHESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPHESS 

SPAR MYN 

CYPRESS 

HCCLOSKY 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 

CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 
CYPRESS 



2-3N.7E 

6.2L3N.7E 
S.4N.TE 

I,13,14.3N.7E 

,10-IN.TE 

2-1N.TE 

•5N-7E, 

S-SN.TE 

I.JN.Tt 

5-SN.TE 

•SN-TF 
4.AN.7E 
1-6N.7E 
•3N.7EiJJ-4N.7I 

•3N-TE 

2-6N.7t 
6-4N.7E 

6-4N.7E 

3.4N-7E 
6.4N.T6 

0-5N.7E 

7.21-4N.7E 

• 4N-7E,««3N-T6 



4-4N.7E 

lONaTE 

B,24»6N.7E 

B>6N.7E 

J-5N.T6 

•SN-TE 

1-6N.TE 

2,27,26,36.6N«7E 
•4N-7E 

».SN.7t 
4.4N.7E 
6,53«4N.7E 
4.JN.TE 

,10»3N.TE 

4, 15,23. 4N. 76 

0.4N.76 

S.22-5N-7E 

0.5N.7E 
, 10.5N.TE 

■Share 

3-4N.7E 

,9, 16.17.3N.7E 
6-3N-TE 
■3N.7E 
J-4N.76 
, 16.4N.TE 
•SN-7E 
4.2S-3N.7E 
S,26,33.SN.TE 
2.27-3N-7E 
0.JN.7E 
6-JN.7E 
J-5N.7E 

I. 12,13, 14-4N.7E 
,4,5,8,9, 10-3N.TE, 
2-6N.7E 
•5N-TE 
-5N-7E 
15,22>6N.7E 



20* 


340* 


2.6 


35* 


20* 


J4Q. 




*JTJ 




1*1 




2605 


• 


is»* 


1.3 


42 


30 


247 




2687* 




142 




1044* 


• 


210* 


t.S 


17 


10* 


40* 


IS* 


658* 


<.6 


41* 


IS* 


658* 


• 


Uli* 


• 


9Tl« 


• 


5252* 




871 




40 




446 


230* 


4238* 


12.7 


1261 


250* 


3440* 


* 


* 


9.1 


207 


60* 


1025* 


TO* 


16*4* 


3.5 


344 


TO* 


1937* 


50* 


900* 


2.3 


J04 


SO* 


22*7* 


40* 


65T* 


2.1 


SO 


40* 


687* 


* 


• 


0.7 


51 


»• 


247* 


63« 


1817* 


4.1 


l«7 


50. 


1319* 




65 




11 




ST 




313 




44 




TO 


• 


• 


54.1 


T4I 


6* 


455 


30* 


3264* 


1.6 


IT4 


30* 


2416* 


600 


U384 


11." 


1)26 


ITO 


4456 




970 




102 




655 


82 


4504 


3.6 


222 


33 


19T6 



240 



36 
33* 



104 



300* 
61 



211 

60 

361 

55 

60* 
45* 
II 
TS* 

1 



2659 



91 



SEMINARY 



SPAR MTN 28, 33. IN. 2E 

BENOIST 21-1N.2E 

SPAR MTN 13. IN. IE 

SPAR MTN 21MN.2E 

BENOIST 3,4,4,10,13,16>IS«2E 

AUX VASES 3,4,10-16.21 

SPAN MTN 15. IN. ft 

BENOIST Tt,|N.R2E 

OEVONIAN Tl.2N.lijl 

HCCLOSKT Ti.2N.R2E 

AUX VASIS Tt,2N.R2E 

SALEM Tt.2N.R2E 

TRENTON 1-2N-2E 



BETHEL 30-1N-14W 
MCCLOSKY T.2N.4E 

MCCLOSKY 17-2N.10E 



15< 



100, 
ST2 

4310 
43847 

12044 
27424 

2T51 



340) 



319 
4T43* 



1834 
2634 



7923« 

1939 
943* 
612 
18*5 
48 
989* 
6979 
2174 
5614 
300* 
228* 
1*4 
1608 
44T7 
231 
1040 

118« 

1106* 

1213* 

31* 

2366* 

444 

UTT 

49 

84 

310 

44|49 

1986* 

• 

637* 



2762* 

319** 

ITS. 

146 

32460 

30387 

1*13 

S3SSSS 

44T28T 

472666 

576444 

24723 

606 



12.6 



1.8 

I. ' 



4.9 
10. D 
9.8 
6.9 
6.6 
2.4 



14.7 
6.2 

10. 1 
9.2 

3.3 

5.1 
8.4 
2.8 

0.8 



46.6 

S.5 
6.S* 
13.3 



1.3 



121.4 
26.7 

187.0 

1U08.0 

219,1 

293.4 

44.3 



114 

•5». 0.8 

88* 



1*7 

31 
444 

101 

16* 

214 

20S 

1203 

2*7 

44* 

St 

1*0 

3 

81. 
1021 
465 
UTS 
36* 
TO* 
46 
2T4 
226 
44 
21 
7* 
10i 
42 
34* 
110 
30 
26 
3 
5 
10 
376S 

114 

IBS* 

36t* 



230 

31* 

20* 

17 

13402 

1226 

*6 

• 2416 

15144 

23761 

14234 

1172 

4 



7 
41 
25 



231 



37 
33* 



37 

TO* 



240* 
62 



144 
60 



331 

SO* 

60* 
43* 
12 
TS* 

1 



223* 



2526 

266 

2063* 

666 

1*0 
10*0* 

3030* 

1047 

943* 

1 42 

681 

703* 
3201 
1221 
3779 
100* 
226* 
136 
66* 
3614 
162 
639« 

■?•• 

1|93* 

46* 

465* 

184 

446 

64 

201 

274002 



49 461 
69* 1269* 
56 663* 



15* 



951 
S*2 

12084 
42105 

11056 

1*1*0 

1262 



765« 

114«* 

103* 

146 

23634 

22117 

207 

346961 

197232 

344444 

347024 

I22TT 

IS 



327* 
240 



120 



in Illinois, 1979 continual 

• REIERVOIR ITATUTICI (»». v»tut) 



DEVELOPMENT AS OF 11-31-79 



INJECTION HATER 



• FIELD. COUNTY 



PROJ. 
NO, 



OIPTM 
(FT) 



• • • • • no. of • • source type 

• PERM* OIL • OATE • DATE • WILLS • ACRfl • SOllANO (Fl.FRESH 
NIT • PuR • (MO)*BRAV • FIRST « (in, * . UNDER * ORtfcRAVEL (I)iBRInE 
PAY t (t) • .(API). JNJ, • .INJ..PROD.. INJ, • P«nU»F»ODuCtO (MllMIUD 
(FT)* **t •••* • BH«|HALlOh 



»E«»»m 



SAILOK |PHlN0S C, CL»Y 

CONTINUIO 

39S 2623 II. 

I93U 6.0 

19*1 iO.D 

2620 |0,0 

2600 10,0 

161? J9, 

1600 io, n 



39s 

• sia 

ITT 
i 14* 

370 

let 

HO* 



EFFnBHAM, JASPER 



• 3U« 

S3* 
SIS 

nut 
111* 

374 
389 

111* 

• S10 

• 319 
Mil 

Si* 

356 

• hot 

329 



s»« 

379 

1100 

■I 103 

3l« 
S«T 

HIT 

11U9 

351 

391 

• su 

• sis 

• 314 

• 34* 

• sn 

• 3)6 
353 

• )•> 

3S3 

• 366 

• S«0 
381 

• 333 
ST1 

• 343 
3*8 
3fc» 
379 
J61 
330 

• SIS 

• 31* 

• 3«3 

• 367 
3.0 



ITTO 
1805 
1300 
>3I3 
2330 
2320 
I60U 
I84U 
2990 
2560 
!6Pi 
2600 
2910 
210U 
1600 
2440 
I860 
I56U 
1800 
I860 
15*5 
2630 
2375 
2830 
2670 
(85b 
I66J 
2800 
24TS 
2500 
2520 
2600 
2540 
2380 
2600 
2630 
2610 
2600 
256U 
2500 
24T3 
2560 
1510 
2600 
2960 
3000 
2930 
2600 
2620 
2500 
25T5 
2*TQ 
2990 
2620 

sooo 

2310 
2620 
24T5 



«.« 

10.0 

H.O 

12.0 
16,0 
15.0 
U.O 
12.0 
10,0 

*.0 
10.0 
20,0 
10,0 

T.O 

».° 

20,0 

5.0 

8,0 

13,0 

6.0 

II. 

6,0 

10,0 

3.0 

8,0 

9,0 

6,0 

11.0 

23.0 

13.0 

T.O 

20,0 

9,0 

15.0 

U.O 

10,0 

15,0 

15.1 

15.0 

18,0 

10.0 

II. 

».0 

l*.0 

T.e 

6.0 

T,0 

16,0 

15.0 

15,0 

U.O 

11.0 

10,0 

15,0 

5.0 

8,0 

11.0 

30,0 



16.0 
1*.0 



1».0 
16.0 



16,0 

20,0 
U.O 
20.0 



18.0 

15.4 
19,0 
19,0 
l».5 
t». J 
IT.O 

H.o 



18,7 
10,0 
IT.O 

IT.O 
18.4 



I'.! 
16.3 

16.0 



363 2430 10,0 
191 2480 24,0 
1113 ISIO 12,0 19,3 



SALEH C, 
2618 
•2612 

• 2624 

• 26J3 

• 2006 
2010 

• 2604 
2603 
2606 
260T 
2601 
2636 

•26JT 



JEFFERS 

2102 
1927 
2100 
2I1U 
1930 
2000 
2093 
ITTO 
3400 
1930 
1825 
21T3 
1320 



ON, MA 

T.O 

8.0 

15.0 

8.0 

U.O 

16,0 

l«.0 

28.0 

19,0 

20,0 

26,0 

25,0 

99.0 



RION 
li. 



16.7 

1*.0 
11.5 
IT. 9 
16.8 

U.« 

18.3 

10.3 

T.« 



8AMIVJLI.E N, cONARDS 
•1010 2930 3,0 

8CHNELL, RICHLAND 

)IS9 till 13,0 

•ENJNARY, RICHLAND 
•1610 SOOO 1,0 



600 
20 

30 
ISO 



TO 



24 

17 
60 
20 

50 
48 
30 
80 



40 

500 

36 

SI 
16 



TS 

6T 



111 

1*0 



ISO 

20 

43 

ISO 

100 

700 

21 

S3 

27 



16.7 

37.0 



)6.3 
13.0 



17,6 
I*V 

18,0 
16,0 



3T.S 

)T,0 



16.3 



36,0 
ST.T 

18,0 
16,0 
36,0 

3T.0 
16,0 



IT.O 
1T.T 
16,0 
13,0 
IT. 4 



16.0 

16,0 
36,0 
36.0 

1T,0 

3T.0 
18,0 



J9.I 

1«.8 



18,0 

18.0 
16.3 

JT.O 
16.3 

37,0 
IT.O 
IT. 3 

40, T 



18.5 
16,0 



6-53 

11-36 
12-T2 

06-65 

07-71 

7-53 

06-61 

09-53 

01-61 

01-66 

1-65. 
12-5T 
05-69 

12-70 

01-56* 

06-67 

09-57 

06-63 

01-66 

04-58 

01-66 
11-62 
11-56 



01-69 



05-72 
07-5* 



12-66 
0T-T8 



12-61 
01-62 



03-60 

07.66 



06-69 



06-55 07-65 



07-67 

1-67* 
06-68 
01-65 
09-63 
7-64 
09-55 
07-5S 
08-56 
il-6* 
07-5* 
12-62 
12-65 

1-66* 
07-73 
07-69 
08-62 
12-70 
09-61 
02-71 
10-63 
06-69 
06-6* 
09-75 
01-66 
12-63 
07-57 
01-57 
01-66 
09-70 
07-66 



10-64 
09-66 
12-59 

12-77 
01-69 

06-70 

I-T3 

1-78 
12-66 

04-66 

12-66 



06-65 
12-39 
09-67 
12-72 



01-6* 

1-67. 
04-69 



06-63 
01-59 
01-67 
Ol-Tl 
01-48 
08-60 
04-50 
10-50 
10-50 
04-51 
10-50 
01-71 
09-67 



78* 

T6 



08-62 



01-T4 



1 

I 

1 

5 

6 

3 

25 

73 

60 

103 

10 

3 



2 

1 

4 

12 

6 

70 
1 



09-34 02-99 1 
08-68 1 

02-36 01-37 2 



50 
160 

60 
100 
110 

60 
930 

40 

20 

130 

60 

90 

60 

60 

80 

30* 

ISO* 

20 

60 

40 

130 

100 

430 

60 

100 

60 

14D 

160 

60 

90 

40 

180 

20 

100 

320 

70 

60 

SIS 

160 

30 

30 

120 

20 

60 

350 

220 

200 

10 

50 

60 

140 

340 

40 

150 

40 

TO 

60 

40 

240 

40 

■ 

80 

30 

120 

1320 

• 
30 
90 



260 

10 

10 

«0 

2078 

1090 

100 

6247 

5414 

7712 

4661 

840 

160 



20 
103 
120 



PRODUCED (6) 
PROOUCEO B 
PENN 10. PROO (8) 
PENN 8o, PHOO (I) 
PROOUCEO(B) 
bRAV, PROD (Ml 

PENN SO, PHOu (B) 

PENN So (B) 
PROOUCEO(BJ 

PENN SO, PKOo (B) 
PRODUCED f SI 
PROOUCEO (6) 



PROOUCEO (6 
PRODUCED Co) 
PROOUCEO (b) 

PRUOUCEO(R) 

PENN SANO(M) 
LAKE, PROO (N) 
PENN SO, PKOO (B) 



PENN 10, PKOO (BJ 

PENN SO, PHOO (B) 
CVP,,T,S,,PBOD(B) 

LVPRtSS. PHOU (B) 

CYPRESS SO (B) 
PRODUCEO(B) 

SH SO, PROO (M) 
PENN SO, PHOu (B) 
PRODuCEO(B) 
PRODUCED (B) 
PRODUCED (Bl 
PROOUCEO fb) 
PENN 80, PROO (B) 
CVP 10, PROO (b) 
PENN, PROO (B) 
PENN SO. PHOO (B) 

PRODUCED (B) 
PRODUCED (01 
PENN SO CB) 
CYPRESS (9) 
PROOUCEO (B) 
PURCHASED (M) 
PENN ID. PHOO (B) 
PROOuCEDiR) 
PROOUCEO B 
LAKE AnD PROOUCEO 
PROOUCEO (8) 
•H 10. PROO (M) 
PROOUCEO (bl 
TAR IPRlNOS (B) 
PROOUCEO (81 
PENN 80 (B) 
PENN SO (6) 

PRODUCED (B) 

♦ 

PRODUCED fbl 



PENN So. PHOO (6) 
PROOUCEO (S) 
PROOUCEO (d) 
PRODUCED (Bl 
PENN 80, PHOO (B) 
PENN 80, PHOO (B) 
PRODUCED (b) 
LAKE. PROD (Ml 
UPPER SO, PROD (8) 
LAKE, PROO (M) 
LAKE, PROO (M) 
PROD, FRESH (MJ 
PROD, FRESH (MJ 



PRODUCED (Bl 
PROOUCEO (Bl 
CYPRESS (B) 



•EST. *INCL. PRIM, SINCF 96 

•INJ TERMINATED 4.1.76 
•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1977 
•INJ CURT.5.T4 TO 5.771. EST 
•EIT..INCL. PRIM, SINCE 95 
«N(1 DATA AVAILABLE IInCE Tl 



•EI1IHA1EU SINCE |4I3 
•EST..AQJ TO ACTIVE WF 3651363 
•ESTIMATED 6INCE 1973 
•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1973 
• ESUHATEU 

♦EST..AOJ.TU 164SH2 SINCE 55 
•ESTIMATED 



•AFFECTED BY PRuJ, 160 
•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1971 



•ESTImATFO SINCE 1971 



•EST. .A0J.T0 ACTIVE *P S1NLE 67 

ADJ. TO ACTIVE HP 
•ESTIMATEU SINCE 1977, 

•INCL PRIM SINCE 64 *SHU ONLY 



•ESTIMATEO 1477 OATa 



•EST,; wINDUW IN PRUJ, 356 
•AOJ.BV OPERATOR, 



•ESTIMATED 

•1964-1966 ESTIMATEO 

•ESTIMATED 

•ESTIMATED 

•ADJ.BV OPEhATOn 

•ESTIMATEO 



•INJ, SUSP. 10-76 
•EST..AOJ.TO 16U SINCE 66 
•ADJUSTED BY OPERATOR 



•ESTIMATEO SINCE 197* 
•ESTIMATED* .INACTIVE 1975 
•INACTIVE 19T5 



•INJ, SUSP, 



121 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

PRODUCTION *NQ INJECTION STATISTIC! f l»w»J • 



S|NEH»L INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, OPERATOR 

* • <|0 

♦ ■ P.M. 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



• RAY NAME • 



LOCATION 
S . T • R 



WATER 
INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



WATER 
RROOUCTION 



• TOTAL • CUH. ■ TOTAL • CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, • 

• t*T* • 18/T9 • 19T9 t 12/T9 t 19T* • 12/T9 t 



IE6SER C, FRANKLIN 
1343 N, A, BALDRIOGI 
131* WM, BECKER 



1329 
1330 

• 130* 
133* 



FARRAR OIL CO, 
FARRAR OIL CO, 

MILL I LEWIS EST 
JOE SIMPKINS OIL 



SHATTUC, CLINTON 

410 T, m, CONREV, JR 



GALLOWAY 

OLO SEN COAL FLOOD 



SESSLR UNIT 
CHRISTOPHER U 



SESSER U 

SOUTH SESStR UNIT 



SHATTUC WF 



SMAwNEETOwN N, 6ALLATIN 
•101* SUN OIL CO, 

SIBGINS, CLARK, CUMBERLAND 

• 21* ACHE CASIN6 
TOO BELL BROTHERS 

• 701 COCHONOUR, CLARK 
701 MARATHON OIL CO, 

• IIS OHgR H, OOLE 

TOT CLIFFONO A, PERRY 

SURtNTO C, BONO 
T JACK COLE 

• S JOE A. DULL 

STAUNTON W, HACUUPIN 
2400 RAY E, HOWELL 

STEWARDSON, ShELBY 
3S00 w, L, SELOEN 
3601 DONALO H, SESELL 



L. MILLER 

UNION CROUP 
FLOOO 1 

yevav park 
sigcins 

StGBINS 
REEOER 



YOUNB t VONBERIi U. 
SOHENTO SOUTH 



DEHNE 



CHAFFEfc.HARPER. WABASH 
MORT HORAN 



STURM8 
• 4431 

not 

4438 
4241 
4163 



C, WHI1E 
ATL*8 DRILLING 
C, E, BREHN 
C. E, BREHM 
JACK BROOKOVER 
JIM HALEY 



44ST JIN HALEY 
•4271 MABEE PET. CORP, 
44S1 MURVIN OIL CO, 



44J0 
4I4B 



4380 
4444 



M ANO F UlL CO 

DENNIS PAINE 



DENNIS PAINE 
DENNIS PAINE 



•429* BERNARD POOOlSKY 



4240 

441? 

4234 

4344 



• 4299 

• 4327 

43** 

• 4372 
4269 



SUASAR, INC. 

so, triangle CO, 

BUN OIL CO, 
SUN OIL CO, 



YAHAKACK P£Y, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TAMARACK PET, 
TARTAN OIL CU, 



STRIN6T0WN, RICHLANO 
•3411 N. C, OAvIES 
•34|2 HELMERICH, PAYNE 
•341S 8KELLY OIL CO. 

8UMPTER E, WHITE 
4181 DEE DRILLING 
4420 DEE ORILLINC 

•4408 EAGLE SUPPLY CO 



MS I BP MANNA 
R.B U 

C.S.AUSY1N 
W. 8, MANNA 
STORMS POOL UNIT 

ARMSTR0N8BMA|,L>HYERS 

STORM! 

FERGUSON 

L*NO 
ALDR1DSE 

TRAINOR 
PECNTER.RICE 

MCUUEEN 

POMEROY 

STORMS UNIT (WILSON) 
8 6T0RM8 EXTENSION 
N STORMS ExT COOP 



MANNA 

CALVfiRT 

MANNA "A" 

HANNA 

FENGUSQN.RuDOLPH 



STRINGIONN 
8TRINGT0NN WF 
PETER VON ALMEN 



BOnO.HENOERSON 

w CR0B8VILLE 8 UNIT 

C*NMI 



4231 T, W, GEORGE EST, SUMPTER E 

4429 MERTZING PROD, CORP.CHtRRY SHOALS UNIT 
4424 SLA6TER PRO0UCIN6 N CRQSSVILLE U 



SUMPTER N, WHITE 
4221 SHAKESPEARE OIL 
4423 WARRIOR UlL CO, 



SUMPTER NORTH U 
MORRILL 



SUMPTER 8, WHITE 
4430 PRMERS PETR COOP SOUTH SUMPTER 
4417 K w B OIL PROP, MOMTJOSEPH JACOBS 
•4349 SO, TRIANGLE CO, SUMPTER SOUTH UNIT 
•43*8 SO, TRIANGLE CO. SUHPTER NORTH UNIT 



AUK VASES 
AUX VASES 
CLE** CREEK 
AUX VASES 

RENAULT 
AUX VASES 
RENAULT 
AUX VASES 



20*38. IE 

13,14, 13, !«•<>. -1! 

Ek, 39.98. lElt.kS.lE 
24,29.48. lEl 

14,30.68.2? 
17,1*,IC.9S.I! 

a.*s-iE 



CYPRESS 

BENOIST 



17.28.2N.1W 



100* 
330* 


71S« 
7S02* 


8,*« 

tk.l« 


13k* 

79l« 


100* 
330* 


719* 
4489* 


40* 
27* 


2414* 
9*2* 


IT. 2 
2.4 


1001 
74* 


90* 
27* 


1119* 
Mfe* 


120* 


1ST4 
*92* 


O.J 


173 
32 


120> 


T9 

937. 


140* 


1484* 


T.8 


177 


1*0* 


974* 



AUX VASES 7.48-ini 



2ND 8IGGIN8 18-IOn.iiE 
2ND SIGGINS 1J.10n.10E 
2ND SIGfclNS 29'lON.tOE 
2ND SIGGINS 13.14.10N.10E, 

T,ll,12-10N.UE 
SIBGINS 7.10N.14W 

7.10N.1IE 
2ND SIBGINS 24.10N.10E 



3S7 



*S 



PENN 
LINGLE 



PENN 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 

SPAR MTN 



TAR SPR1N 

WALTERSBURG 

WALTERSBURG 

PENN 

WALTEH8BUR0 

AUX VASES 

WALTERSBURG 

WALTERSBURG 

BIEHL 

CLORE 

CLORE 

WALTERSBURG 

AUX VASES 

TAR SPRINGS 

CLORE 

PALESTINE 

BEGONIA 

CLORE 

AUX VASES 

WALTERSBURG 

WALTERSBURG 

WALTERSBURG 

TAR SPRINGS 

AUX VASES 

CLONE 

CLORE 

BIEHL 

BIEHL 

PENN 



STE BEN 
STE GEN 
STE GEN 



OHARA 
OHARA 
AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
AUX VASES 
SPAR MTN 
CYPRESS 
OHARA 



AUX VASES 
AUX VASES 



32>*N.4W 

29.kN.4W 



lt.7N.7w 



27.lON.9E 
IT-10N.SE 



26.99.10E 

12.13.SS.9E 

22>*S.9E 

28.99.10E 

2,1|.19,22.24.*8.9E 

l.*S'9E 
22.k3.4E 

3g.J5.lOE 

32.9S.10El9.kS.10E 
12'kS.4E 

23.kS.9E 
22.9S.1UF 

32.9S.10E 

2S,33'9S.10E 
22>kS.4E 

12,l3.kS.9E 
1,12-68.4E»6.6S.10E 



J2.9S.10E 

3J-5S.1UE 
29.9S.10E 
32.9S.10E 
22.9S.10E 



31>9N>14W 
31>9N.14W 
31*9N.14W 



20,24.48.10! 

20,24,30.48.10! 
12.98.4E 

2«,31,32.4S.10E| 
S8-10E 

17,20,21.4S.10E 
20,24.48.108 



20,24.48.9E 
21.4S.4E 



Ik* 



44 2k40 
44 2203 



J2B 



1000* 
4923 



33 349 
979* 127477* 



40 



90* 
110* 



11* 
590* 
839 

1902 



900* 
k91k* 

6*0*4 
74* 

1873 

489* 
6839*. 
12349 

20717* 



1734 
402 

32 900 
424 

13* 487* 



297 

1T1 
314 



TAR SPRINGS 34,J9.4S.9El2,3*98'fE 

TAR SPRINGS 34.4S.4E 

AUX VASES 8,3.9S.4E 

AUX VASES 34, 39.43. 9E 



110* 



S3 



34* 

400* 



119 
39 



66 
2 



TAMAROA, PERRY 
3100 FRMERS PEYR COOP 



TAMAROA 



CYPRESS 



14, 13.41. 1W 



944 

240 
894 
442 



49* 2S4J* 



11. T 
2.1 



14.3 

34.4 

l.k 

22. k* 

S.k 

1.4 
4.1 

3,k* 

k.9 

0.3 



0.7 
2T.9 

31.7 
31. S 



1.2 
0.7 



Uk7*« 
3130* 

7*7 

*10« 

1024* 

4000* 1 



234J 
242 



3.0 



1* 



414* 
139 



98 
928 
329 

33 

3109 

191 

109 

129* 
J23* 

109 
12 

210 

19 
*42* 

714 

1U42 



322* 
2 

TT 



19 

9 

9* 



kO* 
1*0. 
292* 

339 

92* 
212* 



191 
9k 



193 
19 
81 
44 



183 



44* 
44 



37 
13* 



110* 



34* 

400* 



43 
39 



fck* 

k 



1*3 



74 
1409 


23*39 

1 196 
299 

1040k9 


2.k 

81,7 


8721 

283 

8 

13381 


74 
2381 


210*2 
11T0 
105 
2T»U* 




SO* 




9* 




30* 


9* 


117* 


U.7 


14 


9* 


117* 


fc* 


299« 
88 


0.4 


12 
4 


k* 


100* 
97* 



2**0* 

1*43 



luoo* 

910* 4070* 

33 484 

979* 78399* 

30* IU4S* 

10* 820* 

90* 400* 



4 k*0«* 

k* T** 

721 

U* 214* 

990* 3204*. 

430 *k*4 

1328 182*4* 



81S* 

19 
740 

• 
239* 



284 

97 
2*2 



492** 

Ik70* 
33k* 

1242 

734* 
2339* 



844 
242 



289* 

IT9 
JTl 
214 



49* 213** 



122 



111 Illinois, l l )7 l » continued 

• reservoir statistics (av, value) * oevelophent «• of ii-si-t* * INJECTION maTI* . '". 

• MILD, COUNTY • • • • * NO. OF ♦ . SOURCE TVM • . 

• ............. • fe»n. Oil • DATE * RATE • WEILS « ACRES • SB.SAnO (P)tPRESH • , 

. PROJ, . DEPTH • NET . FOR ■ (HDJ.6RAV • FIRST * ABO. • • UNDER * 0R»B*AVEL (B)fBRlNE * ■ 

• NO. • (FT) * FAT « (|) • «(»PI). INJ, * .INJ..PRon.. INJ, • PNOOwPROOUCED (MimjUD . Bt-»»»8 . 
. • • (FT). *•• . . . . • SHaBHALLOw . . 

• 
SESSER Cl FRANKLIN 

1343 S»T0 11,0 01>70 1 T BO FRODuCEO (B) .ESTInAjEO 

131S 2600 1S.0 40,0 07-6* S IS «10 PENN So. PROO (B) .tSUHATEu SINCE 1*73 

4J79 20,0 40,0 1 t BO 

1323 2*00 15,0 |S,0 10 38,0 05-65 6 14 360 CVPRES8. 'ROD (B) .ESTIHATEU BInCE 1*77 

13J0 2ST0 10, 10-64 1 * 60 CTTV NATE* (F) .ESI slNCt 1*76 .ADJUSTED 

2600 B.O 3 3 BO 

•130* 26*0 4,0 )*•* Oa-JS ul-Tu * 6 F20 larE, PROD (n) 

133* 2610 13,0 10-70 2 6 140 PROOUCEO(R) •tSTlHATEU 

SMiTTuC, CLINTON 

410 1285 6,0 14,6 nr-so 3 8 110 TAR SFR, FNno (B) .ESTIHATEU 

143* 4.0 35.0 01.64 2 2 40 

SHAnNEETOmN N, EALLATIN 

• 1*16 279U 19,0 37,0 1 1-5* 09.66 2 I 30 PENN SO (P,) 

SIBCINS, CLARK, CUHflEHLAND 

• 21* 404 31,0 18,0 91 36,0 12-4* U1-T2 92 84 45* SRAV, FROO (N) 
TOO 320 18,* 18.4 TJ J3, < 09-90 * IS SO SURFACE (M) 

• T01 600 16,0 20.3 349 30,1 < 2-50 12-56 2 4 14 LAKE, PRQO (M) 

702 400 32,0 17,9 96 36,4 06-42 352 442 201* . SRAV, PROD (F,B») .SINCE 1*70 

. 219 430 36,0 21,9 40 J3.8 04-92 01-74 30 27 139 FROOUCEO ftt) .ESTIHATEO 4lNCt 1*64 

TOT 520 30,0 04-68 1 * 90 NELL, FROO (Ml .tSllHATEo 

SORENTO C, BONO 

T 992 14.0 (7,6 ITS 33.0 11-6* 4 2 70 FEnN Sano (B) .tSTlHATEO SINCt 1*7? 

. 9 1S90 4,9 12,2 90 38,0 10-6? 10.64 1 3 30 FENN So, FROO (6) «1*64 OaTA ESTIHATEU 

STAUNTON N, MACOUPIN 

2400 4»u 10,0 32,0 05-60 2 T 40 FRODuCEO f») .NO DATA BlNCt 1*62 

STEMAROBON, SHELBY 

3800 173U 20,0 09-9* 1 2 160 PRQOuCEO (0) «tST .INCL PRJN FttOo 

3801 1490 *,0 06-62 3 3 70 F400JCE0 (B) 
2033 10,0 40 

STORMS Ci WHITE 

•4431 2330 19,0 06-58 12-71 2 S 100 PROOUCEO(R) .ESTIHATEU 

420* 2290 20,0 03-66 9 9 100 FCNN So, FROO (B) 

4*36 2260 14,0 10-67 (4 40 .AOJ TO ACTIVE wF,*tST Iha TEu 

4241 131* *,0 28.0 04-63 1 1 20 MR S*R, FROO (B) 

4263 224U 10,0 19,0 290 34,0 03-56 73 41 1100 RIVER, FROO (H) .ESIIHATEO 

2980 13,0 01-64 1? 18 330 

4497 2410 1-66. * 2 30 ♦ «tST,.AoJ,TQ 439* SINCE 66 

.4271 2240 |9,0 07-91 06-93 1 2 40 FENN So, FROO (B) 

4491 1850 4,0 ♦ 3 30 ♦ •tSr,.«uJ,Tu PRuJS, 4372*43*5 

2100 11,0 .3 30 

4490 2100 19,0 6-67 1 3 30 PRQDuCEO(S) .tST.+lNCL P*1 M SINCE 193e 

424S 2275 19.0 IS, 4 1T3 06-6* 3 3 79 FURCHA8E0 (H) .ESTlNAlEO 6lNCt 1973 

2940 16.0 17, 1 47 3 3 60 

43S0 2290 12,0 '13-6* 1 T 90 FROOUCEO (B) .OAT* EST) •TNjtfTION SUSP 1979 

4449 2089 6,0 6-70 1 3 40 PR0DuCE0(4) .ESTIHATEU 

2195 6,0 1 A 50 

.4296 2590 6,0 06-60 01-66 9 9 100 SH SO, FROu (M) 

29SO 12,0 6 7 150 

4240 2750 12,0 16,9 94 16,0 06-66 4 2 BO SH SO, FROU («) .EStlHATEo 

44i3 2290 22,0 14,9 229 34, 8 07-67 9 12 POO FENN SO, FROO (H) .ESTIHATEU SINCE 73 .AOJUSTEO 

423* 2290 l*,0 07-66 4 11 2*0 RIVER &RAV, FROO (m) 

4399 2290 20,0 20,0 200 38,0 06-64 12 |6 300 FENN So. FROO {") atSTlHATEO 

23*0 10,0 18,9 100 40 

29S0 19,0 18,0 30 280 

.4293 2100 10.0 16,0 190 34,8 08-60 Ul-Tl 3 3 120 PENN So, FROO l») *1NCL 4372 

.432? 2100 10,0 18,0 190 08-60 12-64 11 20 SH BU. FROO (H) 

4366 1B30 7,0 18,6 1 To 02-68 1 3 70 PROOuCED (B) 

.4372 1826 14,0 20,1 269 J4.8 12-62 U9-T1 3 3 40 SH BU. FROU (H) *INCL WITH 4295 

4289 1480 27,0 20,0 200 34,0 12-68 3 1 40 SH SO (F) .EST IhATEU ♦AOJUSTEO 

STRIN6T0WN, RICHLAND 

•3*11 3000 10,0 18,0 12-53 09-98 2 3 BO TAR SFRInSB (S) 

•3*12 3026 7,0 38,0 10-9* 12-97 2 2 70 CYPRESS, FHOO (4) 

• 3*13 3002 12,0 36,0 12-93 IP-63 1 2 SO FEnN So, PROD (Bj 

SUHPTER E, white 

«SS1 31*0 1*,0 02-66 3 T 70 PENN So. FROU IB) •ESTIHATEOI ♦INJ, SUSP, 1976 

4420 3190 11,0 04-70 3 II 220 6RAVEL 6 PROO(H) *tST ♦INCL PRIH 

.4408 3090 13,0 07-69 01-T6 3 3 JO RIVER SRAV, P*00 (H) ♦INJ TERHINATED 19T4I .ESTIHATEU 

3169 8,0 12-66 1 1 20 

4231 3020 20,0 19. T 37 37,0 10-69 2 3 399 RIVER S*AV, PROO (H) 

3100 10,0 10.3 19 37,0 140 

4*29 2B3U 29,0 04-67 2 10 1 90 SH So, PROO (H) .EST ♦INCL F"I H 

4*2* 3170 10,0 06-67 3 6 140 PENN 80, PROO (B) .EST ♦InCL PPJH FROU 

SUHPTE* N, WHITE 

4121 31 TO 10,3 06-66 3 3 ISO SH So, FROU (H) 

4*23 31TJ 20,0 11-38 1 3 40 PRODUCED (B) 

SUHPTE* S, WHITE 

4*30 2590 6,9 19,4 99 34,7 n-72 3 4 60 ONE WATER SUP wELL(F) .ESTIHATEU 

443T 2990 10,0 3-7* 1 1 20 FRODUCEO (8) 

.4349 32*0 10,7 1*,0 99 36,2 09-63 OT.TO 3 4 100 SH SO, PROO (H) 

♦4346 3240 11, T 19,0 99 36,2 10-63 07-70 4 3 70 PENN Su (F) 

TAHAROA, PERRY 

3100 114U 10,0 24,3 349 31,9 12-61 3 4 l 80 POND, PROD (H) .ESTIMATED SINCt 1*73 



123 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 

* M00UCTI0N ANO INJECTION STATISTICS CM SBlS) t 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



FIELD, COUNTY 

PROJECT NO,, "OPERATOR 
» ■ AID 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



* PAY NAME • 



LOCATION 
■ . T • R 



HATER 

INJECTION 



OIL 

PRODUCTION 



WATER 
PRODUCTION 



* TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL * CUM, t TOTAL • CUM, • 
. l*T* • 12/79 * l)T» • 1I/T9 • I9T9 • II/T9 * 



TAMAROA 8, PERRY 



3101 N, A, eALORIOt-E 


BAGWELL 


CYPRESS 


IS.4I.1N 


SO* 


ST4* 


1.1 


AS 


SO* 


7T4« 


THACKERAY, HAMILTON 




















1551 GALLAQHER ORILLINO 


THACKERAY J«A 


AU< VASES 


10,ll,15.JS.7l 


• 


13139 


• 


9** 


• 


ssos 


15T0 GALLAGHER DRILLING 


N THACKERAY UNIT 


AUK VASES 


*.1*-3S-TE 


2*2 


(ST|* 


1*.T 


Ml* 


l*« 


l*10> 


TMOMPGONVILLE E, FRANKLIN 




















•ISO* C. E, |R|MM 


E TMOMPGONVILLE 


AUX VASES 


12.7S.4E|7>7S-SE 




3*2 




IS* 




1*1T 


THOMPIONVILLE N, FRANKLIN 




















•1305 BARBARA BRABASSA 


TMOMPGONVILLE U 


AUX VAGEO 


10.15-7S.4E 




1032* 




US* 




10* 


1311 COLLING GROG, 


N TMONPSONVlLLE U 


AUX VASES 


10.7S.4C 


«9 


SB* 


l«.S 


us 






•1I0A FAIRFIELO GALV, 


THQMPSONVILLE U 


AUX VASES 


3,9,I0.7S>*C 




ITS* 




181 




1*0 


•1301 HUMBLE AND R 


N THONPSONVILLE U 


AUX VASES 


3,«,10.7S.4E 




1211 




its 




kOO 


TONTI, MARION 




















SAO* FRY OIL CO 


BRANCH 


BENOIGT 
MCCLOGKY 


4.«n.2E 


210* 


Si*** 


T.* 


IIS* 


210* 


MIT* 


2*3* LEIDERMAN egtate 


TONTI FLOOD PROJ 


MCCLOSKY 


33-3N-2E 


TO* 


1930* 


*.S 


23* 


TO* 


It*!* 


l*i\ TEXACO, INC, 


TONTI UNIT 


GENOIST 
AUX VASES 

SPAR MTN 
MCCLOSKY 


4.2N.3E 


1*33 


l**Tl 


Si.* 


0*3 


11*2 


23528 


• 2*22 TEXACO, INC, 


H. MCMACKIN 


SPAN MTN 


34.3N.IE 




10* 




1 - 




10* 


TRUMBULL C, WHITE 




















4361 ABGMER OIL CO 


TRUMBULL 


CYPRESS 


24.5S.SE, 18. 58. 96 


20* 


34SS* 


1.* 


2T7 


20* 


41k* 


424T AUTUMN OIL CO 


R, SIMMONS 


CYPRESS 


I5,I*>3S.8E 


•0* 


901* 


2.7 


*9 


40* 


*70« 


4301 AUTUMN OIL CO 


seven mile flats 


OHARA 


23, 24.5S.SE 


9« 


TBI* 


0.3 


47 


•« 


*00* 


436T COY OIL CO 


TRUMBULL U 


AUX VASES 

OMARA 


13,14,?3.5S.8E 


4*0* 


«*37* 


30.** 


500* 


**0> 


2447* 


4«2« DEE DRILLING 


4*0«*0UTH 


AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 


14-58- 8E 


*o« 


7BB* 


2.9 


45 


90* 


7SS* 


433* fear ano Duncan 


MOORE-NIBLING UNIT 


MCCLOSKY 


7.5S-9E 


• 


• 


0.3 


34 


4* 


424* 


TRUMBULL N, WHITE 




















•440A IHuLHAN BROTHERS 


STUCKE 


AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 


24.4S.SE 




3* 




I 




5 


VALIER, FRANKLIN 




















132* EBER MCKENOREE 


RHEN.REA 


AUX VASES 


8.*S'2E 


US* 


4*2* 


*.8 


**• 


US* 


•*l* 


WALPOLE, MAMILTUN 




















1532 HERMAN GRAHAM 


WALPOLE WEST U 


AUX VASES 


2S,33'*S.*E 


IS* 


2232* 


1.1 


297 


IS* 


1330* 


•151* TEXACO, INC, 


WALPOLE unit 


AUX VASES 


22, 2*, 27, 3*, 35* kS.kE 




21248 




2342 




11723 


• 134* TEXACO, INC, 


WALPOLE EAST UNIT 


AUX VASES 


2*,35>*S.*E 




1225 




ITO 




5SS 


1573 TEXACO, INC, 


WALPOLE STE.GEN UNIT 


SPAR MTN 
MCCLOSKY 


2*,2T.*|.*E 


97 


17*2 


S.T 


1S« 


159 


10k4 


•HIT UNIVERSAL 0PRTN6 


WALPOLE UNIT 


AUX VASES 


3.TS'*E 




148» 




T9 




977* 


WAMAC, CLINTON, MARION, WASHINGTON 


















•2*10 MINERAL REC. INC 


MANAC wATEMFlOOO 


PETNO 


19,30-IN.lE 




4 




7 




11 


•2*11 DEwEY STINSON 


mamac unit 


PETRO 


19.30.lN.lE 




331 




ss 




HI 


WAMAC W, CLINTON 




















4021 ». JACKSON 


JACKSON, MAROON«HOOGEG 


CYPRESS 


29.lN.lti 


*0* 


1749« 


3.0* 


A9« 


*0* 


1749* 


414 JE1 OIL CO. 


WAMAC W, BENOIGT U 


RENOIST 


22.lN.lia 


277 


**9S 


5.7* 


549* 


24U 


4927 


418 JET OIL CO, 


MAMAC W CYPRESS u 


CYPRESS 


20.2LIN.1W 


SO 


*30 


♦.I 


2T9 


12 


1*1* 


WEST FRANKFORT C, FRANKLIN 




















•130T CONYERS OIL NELL 


HONN.OIMQNU '»' 


OHARA 
MCCLOSKY 


24.25.7S.2E 




611* 




100* 




4*7* 


•1301 FARRAR OIL CO, 


x FRANKFORT U 


TAR SPRINGS 


1S.19.TS.3E 




47*2 




S*l 




3021 


•13US FARRAR OIL CO, 


ORIENT U 


TAR SPRINGS 


12.TS.2E 




47* 




29 




444 


1313 KILLION MCCLEH, 


TEN«SINKG 


AUX VASES 


19,20,29.7S«3E 


1*7 


233* 


• 


144* 


SO 


840 


•1321 KILLION MCCLEM, 


60NER.HERRIMAN i 


AUX VASES 


3l.TS.3E 




287 




to 




49 


1333 KILLION MCCLEM, 


SW FRANKFORT U 


TAR SPRINGS 


2«,25.T*.2E| 

19.30.TS.3E 


235 


1870 


IT.* 


192 


ISO 


SS* 


1342 KILLION MCCLEM, 


RANSON 


AUX VASES 


29.7S-3E 


9 


75 


IT. 3 


*3 


so 


IS9. 


133* RK PET, CORP, 


h FRANKFORT U 


AUX VASES 


|.7S>2Ef*.TS.]E 


30« 


4S3* 


5.2 


101 


30* 


1*1* 


•1340 S ANO M OIL CO, 


GARONER.OIAMQND 


OHARA 


13.24.TS.2E 




ISO* 




19* 




330* 


•1315 TEXAS AMERICAN 


POND CREEK 


TAR SPRINGS 


2S.TS.2E 




1031 




ISI 




33k 


WEST SEMINARY, CLAY 




















• 34* SMULMAN BROTHERS 


WEST SEMINARY UNIT 


AUX VASES 

MCCLOSKY 


S,*,S.2N.7E 




4701 




ITS 




MM 


WEST'IELD, CLARK, COLES 




















221 ASHLEY OIL CO, 


WEGTFIELD TRENTON U 


TRENTON 


5,*,7,8,17.18.11N.14H 


315* 


1728* 


1*.* 


SO 


10* 


Si* 


• 231 ASHLEY OIL CO, 


shcrhooo steah flood 


CASEY GAS 


32-1IN-14M 




I* 




I 




k 


• 200 FOREST OIL CO, 


WEGTFIELD pool 


WESTFIELO 


17-11N-14N 




393* 




IS 






• 121 FOREGT OIL CO, 


PARKE* 


CASEY GAS 


30'11N.14W 




»*! 




3* 






224 FRAZIER [NT, 


APEX 


PENN 


4.UN.14W 


* 


24* 


* 


1 






* 502 GEN, OPERATION* 


JOHNSON 


CASEY GAS 


T.lG.H-llN.llE 

18.1IN-1AK 




205 




13 




TS 


WESTFIELD E, CLARK 




















20* JUOITH NfUMAN 


MORRILL 


PENNSYLVNIN 


12.11N.14W 


It* 


5*1* 


l.» 


3k 


II* 


*04* 



WHITTINGTON, FRANKLIN 
132* T. W, 6I0R6E E|T, 



NlLCOX 



131S M S W OIL CO STEEL-LAKE 

1341 H * W OIL CO HHITTINOTON GOUTM U 

1337 JUNIPER PETROLEUM C GE WHITTINGTON 



HAROINSBURO 20, 24-58. 3E 

CTPREGG 

CYPREGG 19.5S.3E 

HAROINSGURG 14, 30. 58. 3E 

CYPRESS II, IS, 29,11,33.11.31 

OHARA 

MCCLOSKY 



17k 



U.I 



II 



110* 1039* k,9 
ISO* IkSO* 10,1 
20S 1931 II. 



Sk 



101 


no* 


10*0* 


1*1 


ISO* 


1508. 


1*S 


ITO 


ll«T 



124 



iii Illinois, 1979 continued 

• KIltKVUIH STATISTIC* (AV, VALUE) • DEVELOPMENT AS OP 11*31*7* • INJECTION MATE* • • 

• MtlO, COUNTY • • • • • NO, OF • . SOURCE Tr»e • '. 

• ...... ..-..-. • PERM* OIL • DATE • DATE • HILL* * ACRE* • SOaSANO (F)«PRESH • . 

• PROJ, • DEPTH t N(T * POR • (H0j«5RAV • »1R»T • A60, • * UNDER . GH.U*»vtL (B)«BRlNE * . 

• NO, ■ (FT) • PAY • (S) • •(API)* 1NJ. . .INJ.-PROn., {NJ, • PROO-PROOUCEO (N)f>*IUI) • itHXKl • 

• * • CFT). • * • * ••• * »M«»MALLOw • . 

TAMARUA 8, PERRY 

not mm it.o IT,* oi-6? i « »o proouced (i) •estihateu 

THACKERAY, HAMILTON 

1151 5366 H.O 14,0 |TQ 04*»« 9 6 420 CVP, PROU (B) *UATA N/A 19T9 

1570 1)90 16.0 |0,1 1T S j«,I 12. 6* 1 3 120 CYPRESS (R) •AOJUSTED RY OPERATOR 

TNOMPSONVILLE I. PRANKLIN 

• 1302 3200 |S,0 21,1 96 38.0 07*94 01*71 J 3 60 PRODUCED (81 

TH0HP80NVILLE N, PRANKLIN 

• 1309 3120 16.0 19,3 SO 38.6 01*54 01.64 T 3 176 LAKE, PROD fHl .NO DATA SINCE 1961 
till 1100 19,0 11-68 Z 6 120 PCNN SO, PHOO (8) 

• 1104 1020 19,0 21,0 119 ]?,0 Oj-3* 12-44 T T 216 L»*K, PROO (H) 
•1301 10TS 29, P 22,0 1T0 IT, 9 10*55 04*62 9 9 100 CYP, PROO (B) 

TONII, NARION 

26U9 1990 6,0 16,2 04-59 2 1 60 PROOuCEO (Bl .till *INCL PNIM P"uO SINCE 4.99 

2122 T,0 1 2 40 

2614 2192 10,0 }6,0 0.-47 t 4 90 PROOuCED (a) •tSllMATCO SINCE 1979 

2621 1940 16.0 09-79 11 14 SO 

2010 20,0 16,0 05-79 120 

PI 1U 8.0 |T,3 169 02*64 140 

214U 18.0 14,1 196 02**A 140 

• 2622 I10S S.O 17,1 169 }6,0 01-64 12-65 1 2 10 PROOuCED (It) 

TRUMBULL C, WHITE 

416* 2S4S 12,0 16,0 40 19,0 U-62 * 4 i SH SO (P) *kSUMATEU SINCE 1972 

429T 2S0O 6,0 06-65 1 2 10 PRuOuCED (Bl •ESflMATEU 

4101 1|80 8,0 01-66 2 T 90 PRODUCED (U) *E8T!HATC0 

4167 3l9u 11,0 18,0 11,4 01-71 6 1* 100 8ANP (N) «ESTlNATCU SINCE 197! 

1200 16,0 1 9 60 

4429 1120 19,0 10-69 1 2 90 •ESTlMATEU 

1210 8,0 1 I 10 

4116 1283 9,0 12,8 116 1T,0 U-61 • 1 40 TAR *PR, PNOD (Bj *U.f , .UNKNO.N -ESTIMATED 

TRUMBULL N, WHITE 

•4406 1120 10,0 16,0 09-69 09-66 1 1 20 LYPRESS (B) 

3468 7,0 1 1 40 

VALIER, PRANKLIN 

132* 2*70 8,0 19,2 11-64 1 I 70 PROOuCED (») •ESTIMATEDI -1NCL PRIM PROO 

WALPOLE, HAMILTON 

19J2 3200 19,0 22,1 1*0 19,0 07-62 6 4 1*0 PENN SO, PROO (B) •ESTIMATED SINCE 1*71 

•1918 1100 19,4 18,3 10* ]*, I 12-60 04-69 14 1* 1640 PENN 80, PROD (Bj 

•194* 1100 17,0 19,4 IS 1«,T 09-*! 01-69 4 } (60 PENN SO, PHOQ (B) 

1971 1200 12,0 12,0 IT, 6 01-71 4 2 280 PROD SUPPLY (SJ 

3290 18,0 10. 

•1917 3180 18,0 20,3 134 IT, 4 01-60 09-66 4 S SO PCNN 80, PHOO (B) .fcST FOM 1964. |96* 

HAMAC, CLINTON, MARION, WASHINGTON 

•2610 769 |8,0 21.1 220 19,0 09-9* 10-69 * IS 120 CIT* WATER (P) 

•2*11 790 20,0 20,1 18] 10,0 07-97 12-60 * |3 90 CITV WATER (P) 

WAHAG w, CLINTON 

4021 1300 7,9 11-** 1 9 70 PROOUCEO(R) «fcST , ♦INCL.PRIM PNOu SlNCt 1*66 

*14 1490 18,6 tl-*2 9 9 140 LAKE, P*00 (Ml *INCL PRIM PROD SINCE H-*2 -EST 

*1S 12*0 8,8 lu-69 3 6 90 PENN SO, PHOO (B) *ES1ImATC0 

WEST PRANKPORT C, PRANKlIn 

• 1307 27*0 10,0 19,0 209 18,0 07-S>* 12-72 1 2 60 PROOUCED (B) •tSTIMATCu SINCE 1*67 

2*4S 7,0 1 2 60 

•1301 2090 11,1 17,1 199 40,1 I1-9T 07. 65 6 * 1*1 CYPRESS, PHOO (B) 

• 1108 1090 12,1 40,1 09-99 U-*l 4 1 70 CYPRESS, PROO (Bj 

1113 2T30 12,0 18,0 09-62 3 1 120 LAKE, PRUO (H) .IN.CTI vt I8»n SINCE 1973 

•1322 279U 12,0 18,0 08-69 12-7] 2 2 70 PENN So, PROD (B) 

1313 2090 40,0 18,0 02*71 1 20 kO LAKE S PROU (H) 

1142 273} 19,0 38,0 u.76 1 6 60 L»kE(P) •ESTIMATED 

1116 2720 8,0 10*71 1 3 40 LAKE (P) *ESTlHATEO 

•1140 2T90 11,0 U*k* 10*72 4 10 2|0 PROOuCEO(B) •ESTlMATEu-NO DATA HEC2IVE0 

• 1119 20*0 10,0 17,1 1«,0 08-62 12-67 2 1 70 PRODUCED ft)) 

WEST SEMINARY, CLAY 

• 14* 29TU 9,0 19,0 )7,2 0]-*4 12-66 19 8 2*0 PCNN SO, PROO (B) 

1060 9,0 * 9 ISO 

WESTP1EL0, CLARK, COLCS 

121 2190 *0,0 4,0 19,0 01*79 13 IT 1000 •tSllMATCO SInCE 1977 

• 111 290 10,0 20,0 230 29,0 02*64 04**4 2 1 10 CITT WATER (P) *ONE TON UP STEAM, STEAM SOAK 

• 100 290 19,0 19,0 17 14,0 01*** Ul-70 20 9 10 .RAVEL BED (P) 

• 121 170 19,0 17,9 19! 28,1 06. 50 04*61 9 12 20 .RAVEL BED (P) 

224 140 60,0 14,8 0].*T 6 9 40 CARPER, WCLL (N) *N0 DATA SINCE 1*68 

• SOI 120 19,0 21,9 86 19,0 06-51 12-62 10 1* *0 LAKE, PROD (M) 



WESTPIELO E, CLARK 

10* 170 10,0 



WHITT.N6T0N, PRANKLIN 


1319 


1300 10,0 




IS10 10, 


1118 


1110 10,0 


1MI 


1100 10,0 


HIT 


1900 1,0 




2810 8,0 




1*00 9,0 



11,0 400 14,9 01-** 



09-»T 
07-** 
U-71 
07*71 
10*71 



11-** 



4 


10 


60 


PRODUCED (M) 


1 

3 
1 

4 
4 


1 

3 

4 
11 

s 


• 

90 

60 

ISO 

kO 

1*0 

1*0 


LAKE, PROO (H) 

PRODUCED (8) 
PROOUCEO(B) 
LAKE, PROD (M) 



•ESTIHATCO 



•.STIMATEU 
•ESTIHATCO 



125 



TABLE 11. Waterflood operations 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



• PNOOUCTION AND INJECTION STATISTICS Cm BBiS) . 



PIBLO, COUNTY 



PROJECT NO,, 
t ■ ABO 
♦ • R.N. 



ORERATOR • 



PROJECT 
U • UNIT 



. RAT NAME ( 



LOCATION 
S . T . R 



• MATER * OIL • WATER • 

• INJECTION • PRODUCTION * RROOUCTIOn * 

• TOTAL • CUM. • TOTAL ■ CUM, • TOTAL • CUM, . 

• 19T9 • U/79 • 1979 • 11/79 • 1979 • 12/79 • 



MHI1TINCTC-N, FRANK! IN 
CONTINUED 
131* MILL I U*JS EST 



UMITTINOTON 



HAR0INSBUR6 20.9S.3E 
CYRRESS 



t*0* tS<7 



nu 



l*-0« 



*»l 



NHITTINBTON w, FRANKLIN 

• 1344 JOHN C, B0NER8 PLAINS RL. 

•1312 KEwANEE OIL CO, PLAINS 



NILBERTQN, FAYETTE 
1246 N, L, BELOgN 



WILLIAMS C. JEFFERSON 
201* N, A, SALORtOBE 

2028 WALTER 0UNC«N 

2033 PEP 0R1LLINB CO, 

2032 BERNARD POOOlBKY 



WOBURN C, BUNU 

3 6ERNAR0 P000L3KY 

• « E, E, JENN(HAN 

WOODLAWN, JEFFERSON 

2003 K K B OIL PROP, MBNTHOPPA 

202« MOBIL OIL CORP. 
•2023 TEXACO, INC. 

203* CHARLES P, WOOD 

YORK, Cl'R*, CUmBERlANO 

• 70* C, KbYBER 

• 703 TRANS.SOUTHERN 

ZEIGLER, FRANKLIN 
1316 V, R, GALLASMER 
1320 V, R, (.ALLaGMER 



ZENITH E, kAYNE 
•4090 NAPCU 

ZENITH N, WAYNE 

•4130 T. W, GEORGE EST, 

•4137 MOBIL OIL CORP, 



ST PfcTER AREA 



RENAULT 
RENAULT 



CARPER 



12.SS.2E 

1,2,11. 12, 14.3S.tE 



ll,|2,13.SN.2EI 
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AUK VASES 


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BENUIST 
AUX VASES 
AUK VASES 
BENOIST 
AUK VASES 


2.3S-2E 

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2-3S.2E 


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SPINQLER LSE 


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BENUIST 


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10.6N.2w 


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KAMINSKI ESTATE 

WALKER T 

BURKMAROT 


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BENUIST 
CYPRESS 

RENOIST 
BENOIST 


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2-31-U 
2.38.1E 

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YORK 


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PLUMFIELO U 


AUK VASES 
AUK VASES 


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ZENITH N MCGREx 
ZENI1H N FIELD U 


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SPAN MTN 


21-2N.6E 

21-2N.6E 



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60a 



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780* 
1137 



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1*83* 


1.4 


385 


33* 


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31 


23* 


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33 

10* 


1276* 
320* 


4.2 

2.0 


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30* 


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10* 


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283* 

1*8 


2.7 


40* 
II 


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499* 

IB* 


248 

1TB 


28T2 

1784 
233 


U.4 
H.4 


m 

398 
3 


248 

133 


2128 

1840 
177 



800« 



112 

901 



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98 



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3 
240 



17 289* 6.3 299** 17 64* 
232 «2*8* 9.3 t«tl** 182 2083* 



800« 



130 
206 



126 



iii Illinois, 1979 continued 

• RESERVOIR STATISTICS CaV, VALUE) • DEVELOPMENT At OF 11-31-79 • INJECTION HATCH • '. 

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127 



TABLE 12. Illinois Waterfloods for 1979 by counties 



Acres in Water Injection Oil production Water production + 

Wells waterflood projects* (M bbl) (M bbl) (M bbl) 

Number of Number of 

active abandoned Water Pro- Subject to Total Total Cumulative Total Cumulative Total Cumulative 

County projects projects input ducers injection productive 1979** 12-31-79** 1979** 12-31-79** 1979** 12-31-79** 



Bond 


4 


3 


19 


27 


360 


5 70 


43 


2,532 


4.5 


204 


42 


1,598 


Christian 


8 





70 


148 


2,640 


4,700 


4,542 


55,150 


155.3 


5,611 


3,354 


28,463 


Clark 


7 


21 


59 3 


583 


4,999 


12,577 


873 


202,338 


46.9 


9,591 


428 


81,759 


Clay 


49 


42 


392 


655 


21,468 


23,268 


8,823 


288,859 


442.5 


28,008 


7,722 


430,240 


CI inton 


15* 


6 


197 


265 


7,284 


7,550 


2,908 


90,441 


146.3 


17,552 


2,764 


158,601 


Coles 


11 


15 


199 


265 


5,755 


5,945 


460 


75,584 


41.2 


6,021 


460 


39,180 


Crawford 


44 


48 


1,479 


1,856 


23,844 


29,518 


21,161 


1,031,513 


649.2 


57,554 


16,409 


562,491 


Cumberland 


5 


3 


371 


477 


2,448 


2,479 


2,127 


113,940 


90.5 


13,996 


2,530 


30,194 


Douglas 





3 


34 


56 


1,220 


1,310 





12,532 


0.0 


1,631 





1,977 


Ed ear 


7 


1 


24 


62 


780 


760 


485 


17,211 


71.0 


1,609 


485 


17,011 


Edwards 


25* 


16 


140 


279 


7,141 


7,815 


3,479 


123,162 


165.8 


14,502 


2,997 


75,920 


Effingham 


18 


4 


85 


168 


4,525 


4,923 


3,017 


75,272 


204.6 


8,232 


2,185 


48,250 


Favette 


45 


10+ + 


825 


1,094 


40,028 


40,869 


40,130 


678,826 


1.545.4 


190,667 


44,997 


1,060,567 


Franklin 


25 


19 


202 


326 


9,763 


10,654 


3,479 


292,049 


210.5 


31,664 


3,145 


202,592 


Gallatin 


27 


32++ 


348 


503 


11,368 


12,576 


3,062 


156,873 


222.4 


22,202 


2,392 


66,105 


Hamil ton 


29 


48 


524 


716 


27,326 


27,961 


5,332 


492,118 


222.2 


37,648 


5,766 


314,159 


lasDer 


13 


18 


88 


221 


10,907 


11,480 


4,019 


108,070 


249.5 


8,358 


4,639 


57,525 


Jefferson 


24* 


13 


136 


262 


10,140 


10,493 


4,837 


214,768 


268.5 


27,149 


3,880 


349,554 


Lawrence 


66 


27 


1,699 


1,945 


29,488 


31,797 


41,110 


1,038,270 


1,836.0 


106,069 


36,775 


740,784 


Macon 





1 


1 


2 


80 


80 





6 


0.0 








4 


Macoup i n 


1 





2 


7 


40 


40 





16 


0.0 


1 





2 


Madison 


7 


3 


33 


73 


1,722 


2,544 


1,063 


19,432 


38.6 


1,181 


908 


13,287 


Marion 


26 


14 


452 


615 


32,897 


41,097 


97,426 


2,230,470 


1,954.7 


132,111 


87,470 


1,635,127 


Montgomery 





1 


2 


2 


20 


40 





38 


0.0 


6 





15 


Perrv 


2 





4 


8 


240 


320 


115 


3,467 


5.3 


168 


115 


2,913 


Rich 1 and 


23 


26 


187 


372 


16,740 


16,810 


8,417 


279,792 


260.1 


16,870 


8,434 


225,418 


Sal ine 


16 


11 


102 


181 


4,200 


4,740 


3,185 


90,860 


132.3 


7,981 


2,685 


40,094 


Shelby 


3 


1 


8 


12 


630 


660 


228 


5,464 


17.1 


916 


228 


4,964 


Wabash 


85 


70 


618 


906 


21,678 


2 3,946 


7,233 


383,046 


525.0 


42,756 


6,236 


202,441 


Washington 


25 


2 


81 


227 


4,179 


4,226 


3,221 


100,786 


174.5 


11,586 


3,185 


93,011 


Wavne 


91 


61 


810 


1,179 


58,068 


62,601 


27,353 


721,692 


680.4 


60,179 


15,572 


377,407 


White 


147 


112 


1,748 


2,295 


54,844 


61,379 


35,436 


1 ,009,340 


1,823.9 


104,589 


25,519 


549,547 


W i 1 1 iamson 


5 





11 


31 


5 30 


680 


529 


5,213 


64.9 


1,046 


253 


1,342 



853 



631 



11,484 15,81f 



417,352 466,408 334,093 9,919.130 12,249.1 967,658 291,575 7,412,542 



* Acreage data are incomplete in a few counties. 
** Projects not reporting in 1979 are included as of last reporting date. 

t Not all projects reported produced water. 

T Includes 1 active pressure maintenance project, 
tt Includes 1 abandoned pressure maintenance project. 



128 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



TABLE 13. Illinois oil fields having active waterfloods during 1979 













Acres 


in 


Water : 


Inject ion 


oi l production 




iroduct Ion' 




Number of 


Number of 


We 


lis 


waterf lood 


projects* 


(M 


bbl) 


(M 


bbl) 


(f 


1 bbl) 


























.t< t Lvc 


abandoned 


water 


Pro- 


Subject to 


Total In 


Total 


Cumulat ive 


Total 


Cumul at ive 


Total 


Cumulative 


1 1,1,1 


pro jci Is 


projects 


1 nput 


ducers 


Inject ion 


production 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


Aden C 


2 


2 


41 


35 


3,380 


3,940 


338 


34,643 


10.1 


1,892 


338 


10,911 


Akin 


2 


3 


11 


29 


510 


510 





3,543 


1.4 


508 





767 


Albion C 


20 


10 


111 


213 


5,150 


5,714 


3,301 


117,754 


109.6 


13,256 


2,640 


70,123 


Albion East 


1 





7 


16 


420 


420 


142 


1,171 


42.2 


349 


142 


1,132 


Al lendale 


18 


21 


140 


193 


2,963 


3,403 


931 


93,515 


59.1 


7,538 


630 


34,779 


Ash lev 


1 





4 


14 


180 


180 


145 


4,105 


8.5 


264 


145 


4,105 


Ashley E 


1 





2 


4 


60 


60 


25 


905 


1.3 


56 


25 


905 


Assumption C 


5 





26 


50 


1,670 


1,930 


1,350 


42,063 


39.5 


5,003 


942 


20,975 


Barnhill 


2 


5 


36 


52 


900 


1,050 





16,477 


2.4 


2,020 


13 


3,571 


Bartelso 


1 


2 


22 


27 


320 


320 


50 


6,849 


3.1 


1,153 


50 


4,828 


Beaucoup 


1 





1 


3 


280 


367 


95 


1,431 


0.9 


18 


20 


717 


Beaucoup S 


2 





8 


11 


257 


257 


230 


10,559 


6.8 


481 


368 


9,198 


Beaver Creek 


1 


1 


2 


5 


60 


90 


27 


484 


1.1 


42 


26 


367 


Beaver Creek S 


2 





4 


15 


180 


180 


100 


2,477 


7.0 


313 


100 


2,441 


Bellair 


2 


1 


106 


130 


717 


747 


360 


96,086 


14.1 


2,707 


360 


43,087 


Belle Prairie 


1 





1 


8 


160 


160 


60 


620 


9.3 


133 


60 


560 


Be man 


1 


1 


6 


9 


280 


280 


61 


1,296 


1.3 


63 


61 


980 


Benton 


2 





40 


37 


3,390 


3,390 


1,241 


230,158 


32.0 


21,243 


1,162 


170,783 


Benton N 


1 


2 


30 


47 


910 


1,100 





8,372 


0.0 


1,319 





4,011 


Berryville C 


1 


2 


3 


5 


241 


320 


50 


1,751 


3.2 


409 


50 


862 


Bone Gap C 


2 





2 


12 


220 


270 


120 


3,555 


8.3 


622 


117 


3,227 


Boyd 


1 





7 


18 


2,133 


2,133 


240 


77,377 


8.2 


4,336 


240 


47,199 


Brown 


1 





1 


2 


40 


40 


7 


465 


0.3 


28 


4 


233 


Browns 


3 





16 


19 


930 


950 


14 7 


5,835 


20.3 


878 


111 


1,960 


Browns E 


1 


3 


27 


32 


673 


1,010 


14 7 


5,314 


2.4 


1,647 


22 


1,938 


Bungay C 


7 


5 


51 


92 


2,510 


2,640 


504 


44,724 


28.2 


4,100 


504 


29,879 


Callioun S 


1 





1 


5 


80 


80 


51 


327 


8.8 


164 


51 


326 


Carlyle N 


1 





1 


7 


80 


100 


60 


1,130 


3.6 


103 


60 


553 


Carmi 


1 





1 


2 


60 


60 


58 


458 


3.9 


84 


58 


458 


Carmi N 


1 





1 


4 


80 


80 


20 


1,025 


2.1 


77 


20 


785 


Centerville 


1 


1 


2 


2 


40 


40 


14 


444 


0.5 


19 


14 


188 


Centerville E 


4 


1 


98 


99 


2,160 


2,160 


515 


38,865 


23.7 


3,667 


515 


23,873 


Central City 


1 





1 


5 


60 


60 


25 


377 


1.3 


28 


25 


377 


Centralia 


5 


2 


120 


123 


4,704 


4,824 


1,606 


47,256 


68.3 


12,313 


1,537 


127,951 


Clay City C 


102 


55 


774 


1,307 


65,108 


68,565 


35,137 


829,090 


1,092.4 


63,303 


24,056 


512,591 


Coil 


3 





6 


12 


400 


400 


240 


6,809 


43.3 


1,377 


228 


3,378 


Coil W 


1 


2 


9 


13 


285 


310 


84 


2,718 


8.1 


298 


53 


1,280 


Concord C 


3 


12 


58 


89 


1,733 


1,970 


132 


25,084 


8.9 


2,577 


98 


14,208 


Concord E C 


1 


2 


8 


10 


190 


190 


30 


1,460 


1.6 


118 


30 


1,267 


Cordes 


2 





21 


29 


1,115 


1,115 


266 


33,503 


32.9 


6,656 


549 


36,959 


Corinth 


1 





1 


3 


90 


180 


51 


264 


8.7 


84 








Dale C 


19 


36 


417 


576 


21,616 


21,831 


4,525 


406,038 


168.3 


28,589 


5,005 


258,497 


Deering City 


1 





1 


4 


50 


50 


15 


537 


0.7 


121 


15 


457 


Divide C 


5 


1 


38 


53 


1,535 


1,535 


1,886 


37,485 


34.6 


2,027 


1,160 


227,365 


Dubois C 


5 


1 


15 


49 


680 


680 


215 


4,230 


14.9 


418 


215 


3,571 


Dudley 


7 





12 


50 


480 


460 


485 


5,211 


71.0 


1,009 


485 


5,011 


Edinburg W 


1 





1 


10 


230 


230 


2 


1,061 


2.1 


157 


2 


693 


Eldorado C 


6 


4 


42 


74 


2,120 


2,290 


2,297 


56,914 


78.9 


4,651 


1,802 


24,967 


Energy 


1 





1 


9 


130 


130 


250 


1,397 


7.8 


91 


250 


1,298 


Exchange N C 


1 





4 


9 


280 


280 


270 


3,186 


4.3 


474 


86 


1,124 


Exchange W 


1 





2 


7 


150 


150 


72 


1,079 


8.3 


179 


84 


425 


Frogtown N 


1 





3 


8 


140 


140 








8.1 


88 








Gard's Point 


2 





2 


11 


220 


260 


80 


1,535 


7.6 


121 


80 


1,300 


German town E 


1 





2 


11 


300 


300 


125 


4,724 


8.7 


1,229 


125 


4,724 


Coldengate C 


5 


13 


130 


127 


4,689 


5,010 


380 


35,796 


28.5 


3,043 


380 


14,920 


Goldengate N C 


2 


1 


6 


7 


140 


140 


45 


1,352 


2.3 


172 


25 


660 


Half Moon 


2 





7 


13 


1,110 


1,360 


66 


13,011 


5.3 


942 


94 


5,563 


Harco 


2 





8 


16 


310 


310 


265 


4,702 


12.6 


314 


260 


2,647 


Herald C 


16 


10 


95 


153 


3,661 


4,551 


1,220 


42,260 


114.1 


5,185 


1,055 


18,858 


Hill E 


2 


1 


5 


27 


380 


380 


34 


8,445 


2.4 


508 


34 


6,360 


Hord 


1 





1 


2 


50 


70 


7 


196 


1.4 


39 


7 


130 


Ingraham 


1 


1 


10 


22 


437 


692 


17 


2,729 


4.8 


848 


2 


1,553 


Inman E C 


5 


7 


137 


184 


4,380 


4,515 


335 


63,923 


29.4 


10,027 


330 


20,987 


Inman W C 


12 


9 


111 


141 


2,729 


2,950 


1,002 


32,688 


69.5 


3,801 


858 


17,575 


Iola C 


9 


3 


81 


122 


3,330 


3,450 


2,955 


66,748 


138.5 


4,004 


2,088 


44,029 



WATERFLOOD OPERATIONS 



129 



TABLE I'i-continued 















Acres 


in 


Water 


inject ion 


Oil pi 


roduc t ion 


Water production 




lumber of 


Number of 


Wells 


waterf lood 


projec ts* 




(M 


bbl) 


(M 


bbl) 




(M bbl) 


t> 






























act ive 


abandoned 


Water 


Pro- 


Subj 


ect to 


Total in 


Total 


Cumulat ive 


Total 


Cumulative 


Tot 


al 


Cumulat ive 


Field 


projects 


projects 


input 


ducers 


injection 


production 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


Irvington 


7 





16 


77 


1 


,090 


1,130 


1 


,312 


26,457 


73.4 


2,171 


1 


,312 


25,902 


Irvington E 


3 





4 


21 




250 


250 




200 


3,715 


24.4 


578 




200 


3,715 


Iuka 


1 





1 


3 




270 


270 




35 


35 


5.8 


108 




35 


531 


Johnson N 


2 


4 


136 


140 




764 


1,045 




325 


35,100 


16.8 


2,530 




325 


22,963 


Johnson S 


1 


3 ' 


92 


104 


1 


,343 


1,343 




150 


114,871 


8.6 


3,293 







33,226 


lohnsonville C 


7 


3 


112 


152 


12 


,400 


12,660 


5 


,808 


187,747 


160.9 


14,932 


5 


,572 


123,155 


lohnsonville W 


2 


2 


12 


21 




520 


620 




389 


7,367 


4.9 


886 




143 


3,082 


Johnston City E 


2 





8 


15 




260 


320 




225 


3,508 


44.3 


717 










Johnston City N 


1 





1 


4 




50 


50 




3 


44 


4.1 


154 




3 


44 


Junction E 


1 





4 


5 




100 


100 




95 


985 


4.9 


67 




95 


791 


Keensburg S 


2 


1 


9 


14 




280 


450 




300 


6,948 


27.5 


606 




300 


4,081 


Kincaid C 


i 





42 


86 




700 


2,500 


3 


,130 


11,931 


101.2 


431 


2 


,350 


6,700 


King 


2 


2 


8 


14 




360 


360 




42 


3,652 


2.8 


403 




42 


2,164 


Lancaster 


3 





28 


45 




840 


1,015 




128 


8,067 


7.4 


1,926 




123 


2,597 


Lancaster S 


2 





3 


12 




150 


150 




320 


1,235 


84.3 


250 




320 


878 


Lawrence 


57 


19 


1,623 


1,846 


27 


,355 


29,345 


40 


,596 


1,015,471 


1,805.1 


103,360 


36 


,281 


727,444 


Lawrence W 


1 


1 


12 


19 




447 


447 




30 


1,501 


1.4 


208 




30 


595 


Lexington 


1 





2 


1 




50 


280 




66 


2,592 


1.3 


66 




66 


760 


Lillyville 


1 





2 


2 




160 


160 




143 


2,599 


5.5 


305 




70 


891 


Livingston S 


3 





4 


25 




310 


310 




131 


2,469 


10.8 


242 




110 


1,514 


Louden 


38 


9 


802 


985 


37 


,785 


38,136 


38 


,273 


629,293 


1,436.1 


186,482 


43 


,007 


17,343 


Main C 


42 


47 


1,373 


1,726 


23 


,127 


28,771 


20 


,801 


935,427 


635.1 


54,847 


16 


,049 


519,404 


Maple Grove C 


2 


3 


13 


30 




720 


870 




71 


2,825 


7.9 


440 




57 


2,111 


Marine 


1 





3 


7 




240 


964 




300 


2,754 


5.1 


41 




300 


2,686 


Mason N 


1 





3 


3 




130 


130 




96 


2,553 


2.0 


179 




96 


2,589 


Mattoon 


10 


9 


140 


204 


4 


,575 


4,615 




4 30 


64,378 


39.6 


5,300 




430 


32,703 


Mat toon N 


1 





5 


8 




160 


160 




30 


1,670 


1.6 


166 




30 


1,530 


Maunie N C 


3 


8 


48 


77 


1 


,740 


2,510 




62 


17,470 


14.5 


2,989 




62 


9,891 


Maunie South C 


2 


4 


69 


64 


1 


,444 


1,450 




320 


25,787 


26.4 


3,276 




322 


17,742 


Miletus 


1 





1 


1 




20 


20 




25 


319 


1.4 


18 




25 


314 


Mill Shoals 


9 


7 


64 


81 


2 


,402 


2,583 




511 


39,606 


23.9 


2,885 




502 


20,878 


Mode 


1 





3 


5 




330 


350 




40 


561 


3.3 


339 




40 


571 


Mont rose 


1 





1 


1 




40 


40 







103 


0.0 


11 







9 


Mt . Carmel 


16 


16 


115 


165 


4 


,455 


4,529 


1 


,613 


54,051 


89.5 


5,883 


1 


,337 


30,799 


Mew Harmony C 


78 


46 


856 


1,205 


27 


,046 


28,799 


19 


,449 


525,590 


934.8 


64,098 


12 


,214 


280,408 


New Haven C 


2 


3 


22 


31 




733 


950 




71 


4,214 


11.4 


1,419 




62 


1,130 


New Memphis 


1 





3 


23 




580 


640 




500 


8,465 


24.9 


415 




500 


6,145 


Oakdale N 


1 





4 


7 




170 


170 




151 


1,646 


3.6 


347 




151 


1,505 


Oak Point 


1 


1 


20 


14 




360 


480 




45 


4,198 


2.3 


214 




45 


3,885 


Odin 


1 





4 


9 




2 30 


290 




189 


8,467 


0.3 


1,323 




30 


204 


Old Ripley 


1 





10 


11 




110 


110 




10 


1,248 


0.3 


95 




10 


425 


Olney C 


1 


8 


33 


44 


2 


,238 


2,418 




59 


17,916 


3.1 


1,593 




59 


11,208 


Omaha 


5 


2 


22 


55 


1 


,711 


2,178 


1 


,280 


25,558 


89.6 


4,930 




759 


13,837 


Omaha W 


1 





1 


7 




100 


100 




140 


2,418 


10.3 


166 




140 


2,213 


Orchardville 


2 





4 


6 




110 


2 30 




70 


611 


7.4 


135 




50 


170 


Orient 


1 





1 


1 




40 


40 




40 


510 


3.1 


202 




23 


156 


Oskaloosa 


1 


1 


15 


10 




596 


596 




15 


2,203 


0.4 


1,354 




15 


4,170 


Pana 


1 





1 


2 




40 


40 




60 


95 


12.5 


20 




60 


95 


Passport 


3 





5 


6 




505 


505 




45 


14,145 


5.2 


857 




45 


7,889 


Patoka 


3 


2 


73 


82 


1 


,713 


1,713 




504 


89,660 


22.1 


9,076 




504 


69,816 


Patoka E 


3 


1 


11 


33 




380 


580 




700 


12,599 


38.0 


944 




555 


10,392 


Patoka S 


3 





36 


48 




860 


980 




473 


14,645 


24.3 


1,250 




433 


10,048 


Phil lips town C 


24 


15 


178 


306 


5 


,894 


7,291 


3 


,297 


61,846 


397.5 


13,208 


2 


,695 


36,834 


Raccoon Lake 


1 


1 


3 


9 




190 


190 




348 


6,591 


6.8 


279 




365 


7,392 


Raleigh 


1 


2 


22 


19 




440 


590 




70 


7,152 


3.6 


1,289 




70 


1,841 


Raleigh S 


3 


1 


8 


10 




310 


490 




185 


5,791 


10.8 


440 




185 


3,431 


Reservoir 


2 





2 


5 




100 


100 




30 


940 


4.5 


156 




30 


940 


Richview 


5 





11 


33 




427 


367 




873 


17,696 


32.8 


1,432 




491 


9,753 


Rochester 


3 





17 


23 




400 


480 




205 


24,211 


0.9 


1,526 




205 


8,528 


Roland C 


16 


15 


268 


331 


11 


,820 


12,940 


B 


,132 


208,249 


258.3 


18,520 


6 


,163 


105,852 


Ruark 


2 





2 


3 




96 


140 




219 


1,214 


11.4 


164 




205 


657 


Ruark W 


1 


2 


20 


19 




420 


420 




30 


6,623 


1.2 


750 




30 


4,411 


St. Francisville 


1 


2 


5 


7 




140 


150 







908 


0.0 


29 







318 


St. Jacob 


3 





13 


23 




852 


950 




632 


14,001 


22.7 


867 




498 


9,087 


St . James 


7 


1 


19 


78 


1 


,443 


1,753 


1 


,780 


38,171 


94.7 


3,365 


1 


,973 


34,133 



130 



ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/ILLINOIS PETROLEUM 120 



I.MU 1 13 1 


jontinued 






































Ac rea 


In 


Wa 


tc-r i 


njei l Lor 


i)l 1 pi 


odin ' 




■ i on 




Numhci ol 


Number of 


We] i 


Is 


w.K .ti I ood 


pro |fc ts* 




(M 


bbl) 


(M 


bbl) 


' 






























.It 


i Lvc 


abandoned 


W.lll-T 


Pro- 


Subject to 


Total in 


Total 


Cumul .ii i .. 


rota! 


l Lve 






i Leld 


pro 


|ecea 


pro jt'ct s 


input 


-1 a 


injection 


production 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


1979** 


12-31-79** 


Sailor Springs C 


39 


22 


200 


355 


8,965 


9,863 


5 


,713 


150,312 


293.5 


18,296 


5,046 


348,132 


Salem C 




8 


5 


295 


389 


30,862 


38,827 


94 


,515 


2,130,711 


1,923.2 


133,779 


84,377 


547,294 


Schnell 




1 





1 


1 


103 


103 







858 


0.8 


42 





327 


Sesser C 




5 


1 


28 


63 


1,410 


1,550 




667 


13,424 


51.1 


2,172 


667 


7,673 


Shattuc 




1 





5 


10 


150 


150 




140 


1,484 


7.8 


177 


140 


979 


Siggins 




3 


3 


486 


576 


2,797 


2,928 


1 


,984 


134,486 


85.0 


16,390 


2,460 


50,143 


Sorento C 




1 


1 


5 


5 


120 


190 




6 


343 


0.4 


16 


6 


157 


Staunton W 




1 





2 


7 


40 


40 







16 


0.0 


1 





2 


Stewardson 




2 





4 


5 


270 


280 




188 


4,893 


13.8 


573 


188 


4,383 


Storms C 




16 


6 


161 


174 


3,925 


4,370 


4 


,047 


188,039 


188.0 


7,974 


4,085 


123,408 


Sumpter E 




5 


1 


17 


44 


1,185 


1,230 




607 


14,212 


34.9 


1,111 


592 


7,239 


Sumpter N 




O 





4 


6 


220 


418 




150 


2,585 


7.7 


247 


130 


1 ,141 


Sumpter S 




2 


2 


13 


12 


270 


310 




68 


2,355 


17.3 


297 


72 


1,045 


Tamaroa 




1 





3 


4 


180 


260 




65 


2,893 


3.0 


123 


65 


2,139 


Tamaroa S 




1 





1 


4 


60 


60 




50 


574 


2.3 


45 


50 


774 


Thackeray 




2 





12 


9 


540 


540 




242 


16,010 


18.7 


1,899 


149 


10,618 


Thompsonville 


N 


1 


3 


21 


21 


632 


726 




49 


5,918 


14.5 


999 





1,040 


Tonti 




3 


1 


16 


25 


660 


710 


1 


,933 


24,206 


68.7 


1,145 


2,442 


32 , 306 


Trumbull C 




6 





18 


42 


780 


830 




619 


10,585 


38.6 


972 


623 


5,545 


Valier 




1 





1 


1 


70 


70 




115 


462 


6.8 


66 


115 


462 


Walpole 




2 


3 


30 


31 


2,320 


2,380 




122 


27,983 


9.8 


3,076 


184 


15,682 


Wamac W 




3 





9 


20 


300 


300 




387 


9,077 


17.8 


917 


312 


6,867 


West Frankfort C 


4 


6 


28 


58 


961 


1,371 




441 


12,305 


50.3 


1,600 


340 


6,913 


Westfield 




2 


4 


80 


78 


1,160 


7,850 




315 


6,577 


16.6 


144 


20 


163 


Westfield E 




1 





4 


10 


60 


60 




38 


561 


2.6 


56 


38 


404 


Whittington 




5 





20 


37 


390 


890 




662 


6,725 


34.6 


522 


624 


4,889 


Wilberton 




1 





8 


37 


1,000 


1,180 




77 


12,253 


17.0 


944 


77 


9,542 


Williams C 




4 





7 


14 


269 


322 




103 


4,072 


9.1 


7 34 


103 


3,290 


Woburn C 




1 


1 


2 


6 


70 


180 







457 


2.7 


51 





649 


Woodlawn 




3 


1 


8 


19 


210 


270 




431 


5,706 


23.1 


839 


406 


5,358 


Zeigler 




2 





7 


8 


420 


420 




249 


4,583 


16.0 


2,166 


199 


2,127 



* Acreage data are incomplete in a few fields. 
** Projects not reporting in 1979 are included as of last reporting date. 
"f" Not all projects reported produced water. 



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