CIM Bulletin1924
Many of us are familiar with the history of oil in the Province of Ontario, but for the benefit of those who have never heard the story I will repeat it. In 1857 J. H. Williams, of Hamilton, an old-country Scotchman, who had the advantage of experience gained from the primitive methods used for refining the oil collected at seepages in Roumania, heard of the "gum beds" along Black creek in Enniskillen township, Lambton county.
Keywords: anticline, Devonian, limestone, Southern Ontario, Trenton, limestone, Oil, Oils, Ontario, Pressure, Rock, Rocks, Water, Waters, Wells
Full Access to Technical Paper
PDF version for $20.00
Other papers in CIM Bulletin1924