The Oil Situation in Alberta

CIM Bulletin1939
THE discovery of natural gas with naphtha in 1924 in the Upper Palaeozoic limestone of Turner Valley, 35 miles southwest of Calgary, has led to continuous developments in this field. Drilling undertaken soon after this discovery demonstrated that the anticlinal structure was in reality a major drag-fold cut off on the east side by a westerly inclined fault of large displacement.
Keywords: anticline, Imperial Oil, limestone, Palaeozoic, Turner Valley, Drilling, Fault, Faults, limestone, North, Oil, Oils, Structure, Valley, Wells
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