Oil and Gas Developments in the Lloydminster Area

CIM Bulletin1940
LLOYDMINSTER is the centre of a well developed agricultural area, lying on the Alberta-Saskatchewan interprovincial boundary in Township Fifty. The surrounding country is gently undulating, without any notable topographic features, but twenty-two miles to the north the North Saskatchewan river, and thirty miles to the south the Battle river, have cut deep valleys.
Keywords: Alberta, Alberta, Lloydminster, oil, South Saskatchewan River, Upper Cretaceous, formation, Oil, Oils, Sand, Shale, Shales, Water, Waters, Wells
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