The Development of Oil and Gas in New Brunswick

CIM Bulletin1940
THE potential oil- and gas-bearing area with "which this paper deals is the large undefined Carboniferous basin, roughly triangular in shape, occupying about 10,000 square miles of southern and eastern New Brunswick. Its base, about 135 miles long, lies on the gulf of St. Lawrence and embraces the whole eastern coast-line of the Province, while its apex lies in the southwest corner of the Province, near the International boundary.
Keywords: Albert shales, glauberite, New Brunswick-Gaspé Sheet, Precambrian Caledonia, Shale Oil, Drilling, New Brunswick, Oil, Oils, Pressure, Sand, Sandstone, Shale, Shales, Wells
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